What you need to know about international trade and foreign direct investment in Ireland

This is a summary of the latest international trade data available.

It is compiled using data from the International Trade Statistics Agency (ITSA), a partnership between the Department of Commerce and Industry (DCI) and the Department for International Trade (DIT).

The data covers: 1) global trade figures and the share of goods and services exported and imported in the EU, the EU-27 and the United States; 2) data on exports and imports from Australia, Canada, China, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Korea, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore, South Africa, Taiwan and Vietnam; 3) the share and value of international trade between EU and the US; and 4) the number of jobs created and the number lost as a result of trade with countries in the group.

International Trade Statistics are the latest figures available for goods and Services, Exports and Imports and Employment, the number and type of jobs, the size and shape of the economy and the quality of the labour supply.

The latest International Trade figures are released quarterly, and include data on the volume and quality of international trading between the EU and all 28 member states, including countries in both the EU (EU27) and non-EU states.

The data also includes trade data from countries outside the EU27 and non non-member states.

Trade data is collected on the basis of trade agreements between the member states and the other EU member states (e.g. free trade agreements, customs arrangements and trade facilitation agreements).

This table presents trade data for goods exported by EU countries in 2015/16, 2016/17 and 2017/18.

It shows the share (or value) of exports and exports between EU countries.

This information is not available for trade with the United Kingdom.

Data on exports are not included in this table, as these data are not directly comparable.

The most recent data on international trade was released on 28 October 2018.

This data is based on a single source and is available on the internet at: http://www.internationaltrade.gov.ie/stats/trade.htm More information about the statistics can be found in the Department’s Statistical Bulletin, available on its website at: http://stats.gov and is also available in the Trade Statistics Library at the Department and the Irish Trade Statistics website.

For more information on the Department, visit the department’s website: http:/www.israelitrade.co.uk/Department.aspx