Automatic regulating or controlling instruments and apparatus. SEE market highlights.

IndustrySouth-East European INDUSTRIAL Мarket - issue 4/2006

BULGARIA

Figure 1 shows the exports and imports of automatic regulating or controlling instruments and apparatus for the period 2000-2004. Data was provided by National Statistical Institute of Republic of Bulgaria.

The share of exports to EU15-member countries was as follows: for 2001-80,28%, for 2002-50,29%, for 2003-52,33%, for 2004-23,74%. The share of imports from EU15-member countries was as follows: for 2000-16,10%, for 2001-52,28%, for 2002-61,77%, for 2003-61,03%, for 2004-88,72%.

Data for imports for 2000 is not shown due to its confidentiality (according to Bulgarian Law of Statistics, which says that statistical data summarising information for less than 3 providers or with individual share more than 85% from the overall data, cannot be provided, nor announced).

CROATIA

Figure 2 shows the exports and imports of automatic regulating or controlling instruments and apparatus for the period 2001-2005.

Data for 2000 cannot be supplied, as the tariff number is in use in customs tariff classifications in Croatia since 2001. Data was provided by Central Bureau of Statistics of the Republic of Croatia (processing: Croatian Chamber of Economy).

Shares to/from EU15-member countries could not be calculated due to the different value currency.

GREECE

Figure 3 shows the exports and imports of automatic regulating or controlling instruments and apparatus for the period 2000-2005. Data was provided by European Community, Eurostat.

The share of exports to EU15-member countries was as follows: for 2000-88,43%, 2001-89,24% and 2002-93,92%, for 2003-2005-100%. The share of imports from EU15-member countries was as follows: for 2000-100%, for 2001-84,95%, for 2002-100%, for 2003-45,09%, for 2004-14,70%, for 2005-9,74%.

SLOVENIA

Figure 4 shows the exports and imports of automatic regulating or controlling instruments and apparatus for the period 2000-2005. Data was provided by Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia.

The share of exports to EU15-member countries was as follows: for 2000- 2003-100%, for 2004-76,55%, for 2005-78,43%. The share of imports from EU15-member countries was as follows: for 2000-86,86%, for 2001-88,81%, for 2002-87,08%, for 2003-82,56%, for 2004-83,76%, for 2005-84,01%.

TURKEY

Figure 5 shows the exports and imports of automatic regulating or controlling instruments and apparatus for the period 2000-2005. Data was provided by Export Promotion Center at Undersecretariat of the Prime Ministry for Foreign Trade of Republic of Turkey.

The share of exports to EU15-member countries was as follows: for 2000-87,39%, 2001-79,85%, for 2002-70,14%, for 2003-84,91%, for 2004-98,28%, for 2005-77,18%. The share of imports from EU15-member countries was as follows: for 2000-44,15%, for 2001-62,38%, for 2002-45,85%, for 2003-30,89%, for 2004-31,51%, for 2005-38,45%.




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