Pubblicato in: Devoluzione socialismo, Economia e Produzione Industriale, Unione Europea

Germania. Buone notizie. Export 118 mld, import 95.6 mld.

Giuseppe Sandro Mela.

2019-05-12.

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Finalmente, dopo mesi di report negativi, Destatis può riportare dati confortevoli per la Germania e, con essa, per l’Unione Europea.

«Export. 118.3 billion euros. +1.5% on the previous month (calendar and seasonally adjusted) +1.9% on the same month a year earlier»

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«Import. 95.6 billion euros. +0.4% on the previous month (calendar and seasonally adjusted)  +4.5% on the same month a year earlier»

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«Germany exported goods to the value of 118.3 billion euros and imported goods to the value of 95.6 billion euros in March 2019.»

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«Based on provisional data, the Federal Statistical Office (Destatis) also reports that German exports were up by 1.9% and imports by 4.5% in March 2019 year on year. After calendar and seasonal adjustment, exports increased by 1.5% and imports by 0.4% compared with February 2019»

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«In March 2019, Germany exported goods to the value of 70.5 billion euros to the Member States of the European Union (EU), while it imported goods to the value of 56.6 billion euros from those countries.»

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«Compared with March 2018, exports to the EU countries increased by 2.5%, and imports from those countries by 5.5%»

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«Goods to the value of 44.5 billion euros (+0.5%) were exported to the Euro area countries in March 2019, while the value of the goods imported from those countries was 36.9 billion euros (+5.6%)»

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«Exports of goods to countries outside the European Union (third countries) amounted to 47.8 billion euros in March 2019, while imports from those countries totalled 39.0 billion euros.»

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Se è vero che su base annua le importazioni sono aumentate del +4.5% mentre le esportazioni sono variate del +1.9%, sarebbe altrettanto da constatare come i valori assoluti rendano conto di un margine più che ragionevole.

Questi dati ripropongono però un altro problema.

Con un export di 70.5 mld verso i paesi dell’Unione Europea, la Germania sta diventando sempre più dipendente da essa. La buona salute economica dei  paesi membri è quindi non solo di loro interesse, ma anche e, forse, soprattutto, della Germania stessa.


Destatis. 2019-05-10. German exports in March 2019: +1.9% on March 2018

Exports, March 2019

118.3 billion euros

+1.5% on the previous month (calendar and seasonally adjusted)

+1.9% on the same month a year earlier

Imports, March 2019

95.6 billion euros

+0.4% on the previous month (calendar and seasonally adjusted)

+4.5% on the same month a year earlier

Foreign trade balance, March 2019:

22.7 billion euros

20.0 billion euros (calendar and seasonally adjusted)

Current account according to calculations of the Deutsche Bundesbank, March 2019

30.2 billion euros

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WIESBADEN – Germany exported goods to the value of 118.3 billion euros and imported goods to the value of 95.6 billion euros in March 2019. Based on provisional data, the Federal Statistical Office (Destatis) also reports that German exports were up by 1.9% and imports by 4.5% in March 2019 year on year. After calendar and seasonal adjustment, exports increased by 1.5% and imports by 0.4% compared with February 2019.

The foreign trade balance showed a surplus of 22.7 billion euros in March 2019. In March 2018, the surplus amounted to 24.6 billion euros. In calendar and seasonally adjusted terms, the foreign trade balance recorded a surplus of 20.0 billion euros in March 2019.

According to provisional results of the Deutsche Bundesbank, the current account of the balance of payments showed a surplus of 30.2 billion euros in March 2019, which takes into account the balances of trade in goods including supplementary trade items (+24.9 billion euros), services (-0.9 billion euros), primary income (+9.9 billion euros) and secondary income (-3.6 billion euros). In March 2018, the German current account showed a surplus of 29.4 billion euros.

In March 2019, Germany exported goods to the value of 70.5 billion euros to the Member States of the European Union (EU), while it imported goods to the value of 56.6 billion euros from those countries. Compared with March 2018, exports to the EU countries increased by 2.5%, and imports from those countries by 5.5%. Goods to the value of 44.5 billion euros (+0.5%) were exported to the Euro area countries in March 2019, while the value of the goods imported from those countries was 36.9 billion euros (+5.6%). In March 2019, goods to the value of 26.0 billion euros (+6.0%) were dispatched to EU countries not belonging to the Euro area, while the value of the goods which arrived from those countries was 19.7 billion euros (+5.3%).

Exports of goods to countries outside the European Union (third countries) amounted to 47.8 billion euros in March 2019, while imports from those countries totalled 39.0 billion euros. Compared with March 2018, exports to third countries increased by 1.1% and imports from those countries by 3.1%.

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