In 2014 the goods exported from Iceland amounted to 590,500 million ISK and goods imported into Iceland for 586,300 million ISK fob, 626,900 million ISK cif. Thus there was a trade surplus of trade in goods, calculated on fob value, of 4,200 million ISK, whereas the trade surplus in 2013 was 40,200 million ISK. Exports of goods decreased by 3.3% at current prices¹ but imports of goods increased by 2.8%. Manufacturing products constituted 52.5% of all exports of goods and marine products 41.3% of all exports but the largest import of goods categories were industrial supplies, 27.3% of total, and capital goods with 21.2% of total. Largest trading countries were the Netherlands in exports of goods and Norway in imports of goods and EEA was the most important market area for both exports of goods and imports of goods.

¹ Statistics Iceland does no longer publish trade in goods at constant exchange rates. On Statistics Iceland website is available table of the breakdown of trade in goods by currencies.

Monthly figures of external trade for current year are revised together with the release of figures for new months. Annual figures are published in the first half of the year after the end of the reference year. The figures are considered as final at that point of time.

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