Nucleic Acids in Ireland

EXPORTS (2018): $3.47B, World Rnk 1 / 98
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TOP DESTINATION (2018): $2.36B, United States

FASTEST GROWING MARKET (2017 - 2018): $2.36B, United States

IMPORTS (2018): $674M, World Rnk 7 / 174
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TOP ORIGIN (2018): $226M, United States

FASTEST GROWING ORIGIN (2017 - 2018): $50.5M, China

ECONOMIC COMPLEXITY of Ireland (2018): 1.35, Rnk 17 / 137

PRODUCT COMPLEXITY  IN Nucleic Acids (2018): 1.32, Rnk 79 / 1018

Overview: This page contains the latest trade data of Nucleic Acids in Ireland.

Exports: In 2018, Ireland exported $3.47B in Nucleic Acids, making it the 1st largest exporter of Nucleic Acids in the world. At the same year, Nucleic Acids was the 9th most exported product in Ireland. The main destination of Nucleic Acids exports from Ireland are: United States ($2.36B), Belgium-Luxembourg ($269M), Canada ($152M), United Kingdom ($122M), and Germany ($110M).

The fastest growing export markets for Nucleic Acids of Ireland between 2017 and 2018 were United States ($2.36B), Belgium-Luxembourg ($60.3M), and Germany ($37.5M).

Imports: In 2018, Ireland imported $674M in Nucleic Acids, becoming the 7th largest importer of Nucleic Acids in the world. At the same year, Nucleic Acids was the 16th most imported product in Ireland. Ireland imports Nucleic Acids primarily from: United States ($226M), South Korea ($91.4M), China ($90.9M), Belgium-Luxembourg ($51.7M), and Spain ($47.3M).

The fastest growing import markets in Nucleic Acids for Ireland between 2017 and 2018 were China ($50.5M), Belgium-Luxembourg ($49.6M), and France ($11.4M).

Tariffs: In 2017, the average tariff for Ireland in Nucleic Acids was 1.81%. The countries with the highest import tariffs for Nucleic Acids were Western Sahara (6.11%), Gabon (6.11%), Libya (6.11%), Mayotte (6.11%), and Reunion (6.11%).

Value

EXPORTS (2018): $3.47B

IMPORTS (2018): $674M

NET TRADE (2018): $2.79B

In 2018, Ireland exported $3.47B in Nucleic Acids. The main destinations of Ireland exports on Nucleic Acids were United States ($2.36B), Belgium-Luxembourg ($269M), Canada ($152M), United Kingdom ($122M), and Germany ($110M).

In 2018, Ireland imported $674M in Nucleic Acids, mainly from United States ($226M), South Korea ($91.4M), China ($90.9M), Belgium-Luxembourg ($51.7M), and Spain ($47.3M).

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IN 2018, Ireland HAD A POSITIVE NET TRADE IN Nucleic Acids WITH:

  • United States, $2.14B ($2.36B - $226M)
  • Belgium-Luxembourg, $217M ($269M - $51.7M)
  • Canada, $143M ($152M - $9.23M)

IN 2018, Ireland HAD A NEGATIVE NET TRADE IN Nucleic Acids WITH:

  • South Korea, -$84.9M ($6.44M - $91.4M)
  • China, -$60.9M ($30M - $90.9M)
  • Switzerland, -$12.5M ($28.8M - $41.3M)
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THE FASTEST GROWING Nucleic Acids EXPORT MARKETS FOR Ireland WERE (2017 - 2018):

THE FASTEST DECLINING MARKETS FOR THE EXPORT OF Nucleic Acids BY Ireland WERE (2017 - 2018):

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In 2018, Ireland's main exporting competitors in Nucleic Acids were:

In 2018, Ireland's main importing competitors in Nucleic Acids were:

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This section shows forecasts for total exports and imports, for Nucleic Acids in Ireland. The forecast is based on a short-term, medium-term and long-term model using yearly trade data.

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Tariffs by Country

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In 2017, the average tariff for Ireland in Nucleic Acids was 1.81%.

The countries with the highest tariffs for Nucleic Acids in Ireland were Western Sahara (6.11%), Gabon (6.11%), Libya (6.11%), Mayotte (6.11%), and Reunion (6.11%).

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