International trade in goods; border crossing, key figures

International trade in goods; border crossing, key figures

Countries SITC Periods Border crossing goods; import Total import value (million euros) Border crossing goods; import Inbound transit value (million euros) Border crossing goods; export Total export value (million euros) Border crossing goods; export Re-export value (million euros) Border crossing goods; export Export value of Dutch product (million euros) Border crossing goods; export Outbound transit value (million euros) Border crossing goods; growth Annual change in import value (%) Border crossing goods; growth Annual change in export value (%)
Romania Total goods 2024 January-March* 732 211 1,341 638 388 315 -4.4 -5.7
Romania 0 Food and live animals 2024 January-March* 29 0 225 114 95 15 -46.6 10.9
Romania 1 Beverages and tobacco 2024 January-March* 14 3 9 3 3 3 -27.8 -33.2
Romania 2 Crude materials, inedible, except f... 2024 January-March* 85 . 99 18 67 14 -20.4 16.9
Romania 3 Mineral fuels, lubricants and relat... 2024 January-March* 0 . 7 4 3 0 -36.1 26.7
Romania 4 Animal and vegetable oils, fats and... 2024 January-March* 17 . 4 1 3 0 1,588.5 -1.0
Romania 5 Chemicals and related products, n.e.s. 2024 January-March* 38 1 194 87 57 49 7.7 -17.1
Romania 6 Manufactured goods classified chief... 2024 January-March* 48 0 123 59 31 33 -6.4 -6.9
Romania 7 Machinery and transport equipment 2024 January-March* 422 206 539 250 109 181 1.8 -8.8
Romania 8 Miscellaneous manufactured articles 2024 January-March* 79 1 141 102 19 19 -3.7 -8.1
Romania 9 Commodities and transactions not cl... 2024 January-March* 0 . 1 0 1 . -56.3 -61.3
Source: CBS.
Explanation of symbols

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In this table, the Dutch import, (re)export and incoming and outgoing transit value according to border crossing are classified by the sections of the Standard International Trade Classification (SITC). The data is broken down further by continents and countries according to the Geonomenclature (GEONOM).

Data available from: January 2015.

Status of the figures:
The figures on international trade in goods are provisional for a longer period of time, as they can be adjusted on the basis of new or current source information. The provisional figures become revised provisional in the fourth quarter after a reporting year. The revised provisional figures will become definitive in the fourth quarter of the following year.

Changes as of June 6, 2024:
The provisional figures for March 2024 have been added. The provisional figures for October 2023 to February 2024 have been adjusted.

Changes as of November 22, 2023:
The figures for 2021 have been corrected. For this reporting year, some values (for the countries) were wrongly not settled. This has been fixed in this version.

When will new figures be published?
New figures become available about two months after a reporting month.

Description topics

Border crossing goods; import
Goods that come to the Netherlands from abroad according to the method of physical border crossing.
Total import value
The total value of the goods that come to the Netherlands from abroad.
Inbound transit value
The part of the import value that consists of goods that foreign companies and persons re-export from the Netherlands to abroad in an (almost) unprocessed state.

Please note: this concerns so-called quasi-transit, whereby goods do not cross the Netherlands exclusively for technical transport reasons. In most cases they are only in the Netherlands for customs declaration.
Border crossing goods; export
Goods that go abroad from the Netherlands according to the method of physical border crossing.
Total export value
The total value of the goods that go abroad from the Netherlands.
Re-export value
The part of the export value that consists of originally imported goods that Dutch companies and persons re-export from the Netherlands to abroad in an (almost) unprocessed state.
Export value of Dutch product
The part of the export value that consists of goods made in the Netherlands.
Outbound transit value
The part of the export value that consists of originally imported goods that foreign companies and persons re-export from the Netherlands to abroad in an (almost) unprocessed state.

Please note: this concerns so-called quasi-transit, whereby goods do not cross the Netherlands exclusively for technical transport reasons. In most cases they are only in the Netherlands for customs declaration.
Border crossing goods; growth
The development of international trade in goods according to the method of physical border crossing.
Annual change in import value
Percentage change compared to the same period a year earlier.

Please note:
- For a country group, annual changes are only shown if it represents the same countries as in the same period the year before;
- After a method break, the annual changes in comparison with the previous year are missing.
Annual change in export value
Percentage change compared to the same period a year earlier.

Please note:
- For a country group, annual changes are only shown if it represents the same countries as in the same period the year before;
- After a method break, the annual changes in comparison with the previous year are missing.