Overview In February 2023, Ireland exported €71.4M and imported €63M from Sweden, resulting in a positive trade balance of €8.34M. Between February 2022 and February 2023 the exports of Ireland have increased by €15.9M (28.7%) from €55.5M to €71.4M, while imports decreased by €-16.7M (-20.9%) from €79.7M to €63M.
Trade In February 2023, the top exports of Ireland to Sweden were Office machines and automatic data processing... (€19.5M), Meat and meat preparations (€11.6M), Medicinal and pharmaceutical products (€9.33M), Metalliferous ores and metal scrap (€8.16M), and Manufactures of metal, n.e.s. (€3.48M). In February 2023 the top imports of Ireland from Sweden were Petroleum, petroleum products and related materials (€11.9M), Road vehicles (€9.68M), Paper, paperboard and articles of paper... (€5.39M), Medicinal and pharmaceutical products (€5.28M), and General industrial machinery and parts, n.e.s. (€4.98M).
Growth In February 2023, the increase in Ireland's year-by-year exports to Sweden was explained primarily by an increase in product exports in Office machines and automatic data processing... (€11.1M or 133%), Medicinal and pharmaceutical products (€1.8M or 23.8%), and Manufactures of metal, n.e.s. (€1.63M or 88%). In February 2023, the decrease in Ireland's year-by-year imports from Sweden was explained primarily by an decrease in product imports in Petroleum, petroleum products and related materials (€-6.28M or -34.6%), Sugar, sugar preparations and honey (€-2.08M or -100%), and Dairy products and birds eggs (€-1.53M or -99.9%).