Overview In September 2021 Ireland exported €32.7M and imported €7.21M from Romania, resulting in a positive trade balance of €25.5M. Between September 2020 and September 2021 the exports of Ireland have increased by €5.01M (18.1%) from €27.7M to €32.7M, while imports decreased by €-1.13M (-13.5%) from €8.33M to €7.21M.
Trade In September 2021, the top exports of Ireland to Romania were Medicinal and pharmaceutical products (€11.5M), Essential oils, perfume materials, toilet preparations... (€6.59M), Chemical materials and products, n.e.s. (€3.82M), Beverages (€2.58M), and Office machines and automatic data processing... (€1.99M). In September 2021 the top imports of Ireland from Romania were Medicinal and pharmaceutical products (€1.28M), Electrical machinery, appliances etc., n.e.s. (€1.04M), Articles of apparel and clothing accessories (€857k), Telecommunications and sound recording, reproducing equipment (€579k), and Manufactures of metal, n.e.s. (€431k).
Growth In September 2021, the increase in Ireland's year-by-year exports to Romania was explained primarily by an increase in product exports in Medicinal and pharmaceutical products (€4.5M or 64.4%), Beverages (€1.38M or 115%), and Telecommunications and sound recording, reproducing equipment (€829k or 176%). In September 2021, the decrease in Ireland's year-by-year imports from Romania was explained primarily by an decrease in product imports in Articles of apparel and clothing accessories (€-1.42M or -62.4%), Plastics in non-primary forms (€-472k or -99%), and Electrical machinery, appliances etc., n.e.s. (€-204k or -16.4%).