Exports from JN province reached 646 million euros in the first five months of 2022, its “historic record” for the period thanks to a year-on-year growth of 18.3 percent.
The difference with imports of 501 million resulted in the province maintaining a healthy trade balance abroad with a surplus of 145 million and a coverage rate of 129 percent, which is 20.1 percent higher than the same period 2021. Provided by Xtenda-Andalusian Agency for Foreign Promotion.
With regard to products, sales of nine of its first ten exported chapters rise between the months of January and May. The first is machinery, equipment and electrical materials with 245 million, 38 percent of the total and a decline of 8.7 percent; It is followed by olive oil with growth of 166 million, 25.7 percent and 70 percent, making it the third fastest growing chapter.
in third place are plastics and their manufacturers, 55 million, with growth of 8.5 percent and 32 percent; Whereas furniture is the chapter that grows the most: it expands its data by five (+449 percent) to 20.3 million and 3.1 percent.
Next, motor vehicles and tractors appear—18.9 million, accounting for 2.9 percent of total sales and an increase of 12.4 percent—; Aluminum and its manufacturing, up 66 percent to 16.3 million and 2.5 percent and nuclear reactors, boilers and machines, up 15.4 percent to eleven million and 1.7 percent.
The synthetic filaments segment had an increase of EUR 8.3 million, 1.3 percent of the total, and an increase of 25.2 percent; Wood, charcoal and wood products, up eight million, 1.2 percent and 28.7 percent, and foundry, iron and steel manufacturing, 7.6 million, up 1.2 percent and 87 percent of the total, making it the second fastest growing chapter Is.
In the Zen outlet markets segment, nine of its first twelve markets grew during the first five months of 2022, with it reaching four continents. The first is Germany with exports down 172 million, 26.7 percent of the total, and a six percent drop.
It is followed by Italy with 131 million, 20.2 percent of the total, and growth of 80 percent, making it the top 10 largest growing market; and Portugal, 67 million, with growth of 10.3 percent and 39 percent, the third fastest-growing.
France appears behind at 51 million, 7.9 percent of the total, and with a growth of 54 percent, making it the second destination with the highest growth. They are followed by the United States in fifth place and first non-European, with 46 million, down 7.2 percent and 2.6 percent; Morocco, with 34 million, increased by 5.3 percent and 13.4 percent, and the United Kingdom at 29.8 million, up 4.6 percent and 26 percent.
The value of geniense exports to Poland is 19.4 million, an increase of three percent of the total and an increase of 4.1 percent; Slovakia rose by 9.4 million, 1.5 percent and 22.6 percent, and the Netherlands by 8.2 million, 1.3 percent and 5.4 percent.
Mexico is the eleventh market—7.1 million, with 1.1 percent and two percent growth—and China, twelfth, with 6.2 million, 1.1 percent and 6.6 percent growth. hundred.