Overview In May 2021 La Coruña exported €1.12B and imported €521M, resulting in a positive trade balance of €596M. Between May 2020 and May 2021 the exports of La Coruña have increased by $589M (112%) from €527M to €1.12B, while imports increased by €269M (107%) from €252M to €521M.
Trade In May 2021, the top exports of La Coruña were Other Sea Vessels (€261M), Non-Knit Women's Suits (€115M), Refined Petroleum (€58M), Processed Fish (€47.3M), and Knit T-shirts (€36M). In May 2021 the top imports of La Coruña were Crude Petroleum (€136M), Refined Petroleum (€28.1M), Semi-Finished Iron (€22.1M), Processed Fish (€21.2M), and Raw Iron Bars (€15.4M).
Destinations In May 2021, La Coruña exported mostly to Australia (€263M), France (€116M), Portugal (€100M), Italy (€89M), and Belgium (€80M), and imported mostly from United States (€91M), Portugal (€56.2M), Libya (€35.4M), France (€35.3M), and Turkey (€31.1M).
Growth In May 2021, the increase in La Coruña's year-by-year exports was explained primarily by an increase in exports to Australia (€262M or 27.2k%), Belgium (€53.7M or 205%), and Italy (€49.9M or 128%), and product exports increase in Non-Knit Women's Suits (€51.7M or 82%), Electric Motor Parts (€15.5M or 324k%), and Aluminium Bars (€15M or 97.1%). In May 2021, the increase in La Coruña's year-by-year imports was explained primarily by an increase in imports from United States (€88.3M or 3.22k%), Portugal (€23.6M or 72.6%), and Turkey (€23.4M or 302%), and product imports increase in Crude Petroleum (€96.2M or 243%), Refined Petroleum (€19.6M or 232%), and Raw Iron Bars (€11.6M or 307%).