This table shows the values of imports and exports, changes therein and the trade balances of Bonaire, Saba and St. Eustatius. On October 10, 2010, Bonaire, Saba and St. Eustatius became a public body of the Netherlands.
Data available from: the third quarter of 2011 for imports and exports of Bonaire, the fourth quarter of 2011 for imports of St. Eustatius, the first quarter of 2012 for imports of Saba and the second quarter of 2012 for exports of Saba and St. Eustatius. The different starting dates are the result of differences in the start of the observation on the islands.
Status of the figures:
The figures on international trade of Bonaire, Saba and St. Eustatius are subject to adjustment when new or updated sources become available. The figures are therefore provisional when they are first published.
These provisional figures are adjusted approximately five months after the quarter under review. In the second quarter of the current year, the definite figure of the previous year becomes available on StatLine.
Changes as of May 12, 2020:
The figures of the fourth quarter 2019 and the year 2019 are now final. The provisional figures of the first quarter 2020 have been added.
When will new figures be published?
The figures become available approximately six weeks after the quarter under review.
|Caribbean Netherlands||Periods||Import value (1000 USD)||Export value (1000 USD)||Balance of trade (1000 USD)||Year-on-year changes in imports/exportsImport value (%)||Year-on-year changes in imports/exportsExport value (%)|
|Bonaire||2017 4th quarter||60,078||1,611||-58,467||5.5||-21.8|
|Bonaire||2018 1st quarter||54,716||1,810||-52,906||17.4||-31.1|
|Bonaire||2018 2nd quarter||54,925||3,354||-51,571||5.8||-26.4|
|Bonaire||2018 3rd quarter||51,552||1,992||-49,560||-4.9||-6.0|
|Bonaire||2018 4th quarter||62,005||2,146||-59,859||3.2||33.2|
|Bonaire||2019 1st quarter||59,611||2,927||-56,684||8.9||61.7|
|Bonaire||2019 2nd quarter||60,932||2,068||-58,864||10.9||-38.3|
|Bonaire||2019 3rd quarter||66,112||4,271||-61,841||28.2||114.4|
|Bonaire||2019 4th quarter||65,910||2,700||-63,210||6.3||25.8|
|Bonaire||2020 1st quarter*||62,148||2,295||-59,853||4.3||-21.6|
|St. Eustatius||2017 4th quarter||15,353||1,733||-13,620||60.8||3,510.4|
|St. Eustatius||2018 1st quarter||15,420||1,264||-14,156||14.9||343.5|
|St. Eustatius||2018 2nd quarter||14,238||1,635||-12,603||17.1||623.5|
|St. Eustatius||2018 3rd quarter||11,294||600||-10,694||-18.4||176.5|
|St. Eustatius||2018 4th quarter||9,803||407||-9,396||-36.1||-76.5|
|St. Eustatius||2019 1st quarter||10,323||436||-9,887||-33.1||-65.5|
|St. Eustatius||2019 2nd quarter||13,097||94||-13,003||-8.0||-94.3|
|St. Eustatius||2019 3rd quarter||10,789||287||-10,502||-4.5||-52.2|
|St. Eustatius||2019 4th quarter||11,098||451||-10,647||13.2||10.8|
|St. Eustatius||2020 1st quarter*||7,818||876||-6,942||-24.3||100.9|
|Saba||2017 4th quarter||4,221||63||-4,158||2.9||34.0|
|Saba||2018 1st quarter||4,704||67||-4,637||12.8||39.6|
|Saba||2018 2nd quarter||5,234||26||-5,208||9.3||-73.5|
|Saba||2018 3rd quarter||5,029||19||-5,010||23.9||-66.1|
|Saba||2018 4th quarter||5,927||389||-5,538||40.4||517.5|
|Saba||2019 1st quarter||6,424||122||-6,302||36.6||82.1|
|Saba||2019 2nd quarter||4,394||11||-4,383||-16.0||-57.7|
|Saba||2019 3rd quarter||4,658||29||-4,629||-7.4||52.6|
|Saba||2019 4th quarter||5,550||41||-5,509||-6.4||-89.5|
|Saba||2020 1st quarter*||4,894||129||-4,765||-23.8||5.7|