Swedish Trade Surplus Widened in January


In January of 2014, Sweden’s trade surplus increased to SEK 5.8 billion up by SEK 1.1 billion from last year’s figure and by a revised SEK 5.3 billion in December of 2013.

Exports of goods amounted to SEK 93.1 billion, while imports reached SEK 87.3 billion. 

Compared to January of 2013, exports increased by 1 percent, while imports dropped by 1 percent. January this year had one less weekday than January of 2013.

Trade with countries outside the EU resulted in a surplus of SEK 9.3 billion, while trade with the EU resulted in a deficit of SEK 3.5 billion.

Swedish Trade Surplus Widened in January


Statistics Sweden | Isabel Felino | isabel.felino@tradingeconomics.com
2/27/2014 12:04:10 PM