Overview In June 2021 Ireland exported €1.01B and imported €554M from China, resulting in a positive trade balance of €460M. Between June 2020 and June 2021 the exports of Ireland have increased by €18.5M (1.86%) from €995M to €1.01B, while imports decreased by €-16.5M (-2.89%) from €570M to €554M.
Trade In June 2021, the top exports of Ireland to China were Electrical machinery, appliances etc., n.e.s. (€527M), Medicinal and pharmaceutical products (€154M), Miscellaneous manufactured articles, n.e.s. (€103M), Miscellaneous edible products and preparations (€39.6M), and Office machines and automatic data processing... (€26.2M). In June 2021 the top imports of Ireland from China were Office machines and automatic data processing... (€109M), Telecommunications and sound recording, reproducing equipment (€71.3M), Electrical machinery, appliances etc., n.e.s. (€55.1M), Miscellaneous manufactured articles, n.e.s. (€51.7M), and Organic chemicals (€41.2M).
Growth In June 2021, the increase in Ireland's year-by-year exports to China was explained primarily by an increase in product exports in Electrical machinery, appliances etc., n.e.s. (€72.2M or 15.9%), Other transport equipment (€25M or 10.7k%), and Power generating machinery and equipment (€19.3M or 1.66k%). In June 2021, the decrease in Ireland's year-by-year imports from China was explained primarily by an decrease in product imports in Articles of apparel and clothing accessories (€-122M or -79.2%), Textile yarn, fabrics, made-up articles and... (€-35.2M or -76.8%), and Unclassified estimates (€-5.57M or -100%).