Increase in foreign trade indices in Q3-2022

The High Commission for Planning (HCP), indicated that the unit value indices for imports and exports recorded respective increases of 26.6% and 22.8% in the 3rd quarter of 2022 (Q3-2022) compared to the same quarter of 2021.

In its recent note on foreign trade indices, the HCP explains that the rise in import indices is mainly due to the increase in the unit values ​​of “energy and lubricants” by 76.9%, “half- products”” by 32.0%, “food, beverages and tobacco” by 30.8%, “raw products of mineral origin” by 97.0%, “finished industrial equipment products” by 7.5%, “finished consumer products” by 1.9% and “raw products of animal and vegetable origin” by 12.7%.

For its part, the increase in unit export values ​​is mainly due to the increase in unit values ​​of “semi-finished products” by 56.3%, “raw products of mineral origin” by 61.3% , “finished industrial equipment products” by 19.7%, “finished consumer products” by 3.9%, “raw products of animal and vegetable origin” by 20.3%, ” food, beverages and tobacco” by 2.0% and “energy and lubricants” by 30.4%.

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