Overview: In May 2020 United Kingdom's Hard Liquor exports accounted up to £218M and imports accounted up to £46.7M, resulting in a positive trade balance of £171M. Between May 2019 and May 2020 the exports of United Kingdom's Hard Liquor have decreased by £-256M (-54%) from £474M to £218M, while imports decreased by £-17.3M (-27.1%) from £64.1M to £46.7M.
Destinations: In May 2020 Hard Liquor exported mostly to United States (£52.3M), France (£24.4M), Australia (£11.5M), Latvia (£10.3M), and Japan (£9.81M), and imported mostly from Italy (£9.97M), United States (£7.25M), France (£6.19M), Ireland (£4.02M), and Spain (£2.97M).
Growth: In May 2020, the decrease in Hard Liquor's year-by-year exports was explained primarily by a decrease in exports to United States (£-71.2M or -57.7%), Spain (£-20.1M or -80.6%), and Singapore (£-14.7M or -66.5%). In May 2020, the decrease in Hard Liquor's year-by-year imports was explained primarily by a decrease in imports from France (£-6.08M or -49.6%), Russia (£-2.79M or -60.6%), and Italy (£-2.5M or -20.1%).