EXTERNAL MERCHANDISE TRADE STATISTICS MAY/2011

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Government of Macao Special Administrative Region Statistics and Census Service

EXTERNAL MERCHANDISE TRADE STATISTICS

MAY/2011 No. 5

The total merchandise export for May 2011 amounted to MOP589 million, up by 13.8% year-on-year, of which value of re-exports (MOP393 million) and domestic exports (MOP196 million) increased by 14.6% and 12.3% respectively. Total merchandise import amounted to MOP4.90 billion, up by 44.9% year-on-year.

Merchandise trade deficit amounted to MOP4.31 billion in May 2011.

From January to May 2011, total value of merchandise export decreased by 8.2% year-on-year to MOP2.78 billion, of which value of re-exports declined by 12.7%, but that of domestic exports rose by 2.0%;

meanwhile, total value of merchandise import grew by 37.0% to MOP22.88 billion over the same period of 2010.

Merchandise trade deficit for the first five months of 2011 widened by 47.1% year-on-year to MOP20.10 billion; the exports/imports ratio which reflects import and export trade balance situation was 12.2%, down by 5.9 percentage points year-on-year. From January to May 2011, total value of merchandise import and export stood at MOP25.66 billion, up by 30.1% compared with MOP19.73 billion a year earlier.

TABLE 1 PRINCIPAL INDICATORS OF EXTERNAL MERCHANDISE TRADE

Million MOP

2010 2011 Year-on-year %

Principal indicator

May Jan. – May May Jan. – May May Jan. – May

Exports 517.6 3 029.7 589.2 2 781.0 13.8 -8.2

Domestic exports 174.4 924.3 195.8 942.8 12.3 2.0

Re-exports 343.3 2 105.4 393.4 1 838.2 14.6 -12.7

Imports 3 384.1 16 698.3 4 903.5 22 880.9 44.9 37.0

Trade balance (Exp.-Imp.) -2 866.5 -13 668.6 -4 314.3 -20 100.0 -50.5 -47.1

Exports/Imports ratio (%) 15.3 18.1 12.0 12.2 . . . .

.. Not applicable

In May 2011, exports of Textile & garment expanded by 9.6% year-on-year, of which value of Non- knitted or non-crocheted garment rose by 24.1%, whereas that of Knitted or crocheted garment decreased by 2.2%. Exports of Non-textile grew by 15.1% year-on-year, of which value of Tobacco & wine surged by 94.7%.

In the first five months of 2011, exports of Non-textile slid by 8.4% year-on-year to MOP2.20 billion, with that of Jewellery and Clocks & watches decreasing by 69.8% and 22.9% respectively, but exports of Tobacco & wine rising by 65.3%; meanwhile, exports of Textile & garment fell by 7.5% to MOP584 million.

Official Statistics. Reproduction of these data is allowed provided the source is quoted.

Statistics and Census Service

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EXTERNAL MERCHANDISE TRADE STATISTICS MAY/2011 DSEC No.5

TABLE 2 EXPORTS BY PRINCIPAL COMMODITY

Million MOP

2010 2011 Year-on-year %

Commodity

May Jan. – May May Jan. – May May Jan. – May

Total 517.6 3 029.7 589.2 2 781.0 13.8 -8.2

Textile and garment 117.9 630.9 129.2 583.8 9.6 -7.5

Of which:

Garment, knitted or crocheted 50.6 307.8 49.5 235.6 -2.2 -23.4 Garment, not knitted or crocheted 41.3 213.6 51.2 226.2 24.1 5.9

Textile fabrics 14.3 62.1 16.9 80.3 18.4 29.3

Textile yarn and thread 8.8 34.3 10.0 33.6 13.7 -1.8

Non-textile 399.7 2 398.8 460.0 2 197.2 15.1 -8.4

Of which:

Tobacco and wine 32.4 147.7 63.1 244.1 94.7 65.3

Machines and apparatus, parts

and accessories thereof 29.2 193.8 57.9 229.7 98.2 18.5

Copper and articles thereof 32.1 162.7 28.4 168.3 -11.6 3.5

Jewellery 61.0 477.1 9.1 144.2 -85.0 -69.8

Clocks and watches 25.7 177.4 25.6 136.8 -0.4 -22.9

Analyzed by destination, merchandise export to Hong Kong (MOP1.19 billion), Mainland China (MOP461 million) and the USA (MOP249 million) in the first five months of 2011 decreased by 14.4%, 4.2%

and 22.4% respectively year-on-year; however, exports to the EU (MOP166 million) increased by 4.6%.

TABLE 3 EXPORTS BY COUNTRY / TERRITORY

Million MOP

2010 2011 Year-on-year %

Country / territory

May Jan. – May May Jan. – May May Jan. – May

Total 517.6 3 029.7 589.2 2 781.0 13.8 -8.2

Hong Kong 199.5 1 388.1 233.4 1 187.9 17.0 -14.4

Mainland China 96.6 481.5 107.9 461.4 11.7 -4.2

USA 55.0 321.0 56.2 249.1 2.3 -22.4

EU 30.9 158.5 36.7 165.8 18.7 4.6

Of which:

Germany 11.3 57.9 12.3 65.0 8.9 12.4

France 8.3 25.5 9.9 31.7 18.4 24.3

United Kingdom 5.4 21.4 4.7 18.9 -13.7 -11.9

Italy 1.1 5.9 1.1 4.0 2.4 -32.6

Vietnam 13.6 75.1 11.7 58.2 -14.3 -22.5

Taiwan, China 20.7 95.2 7.1 49.4 -65.5 -48.1

Japan 8.6 40.6 9.1 46.2 5.4 13.7

Mexico 8.1 27.1 9.6 28.8 18.4 6.4

Singapore 1.8 16.7 6.2 15.1 236.8 -9.7

Others 82.8 425.9 111.3 519.1 34.4 21.9

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No. 5 DSEC MAY/2011 EXTERNAL MERCHANDISE TRADE STATISTICS

In May 2011, total merchandise import amounted to MOP4.90 billion, up by 44.9% year-on-year, with that of Capital goods surging by 62.6%.

In the first five months of 2011, total value of merchandise import grew by 37.0% year-on-year to MOP22.88 billion, with that of Consumer goods (MOP13.87 billion) and Capital goods (MOP4.06 billion) rising by 39.0% and 69.9% respectively year-on-year.

TABLE 4 IMPORTS BY BROAD ECONOMIC CATEGORY

Million MOP

2010 2011 Year-on-year %

Commodity

May Jan. – May May Jan. – May May Jan. – May

Total 3 384.1 16 698.3 4 903.5 22 880.9 44.9 37.0

Consumer goods 1 942.2 9 980.1 2 929.2 13 874.4 50.8 39.0

Capital goods 503.2 2 392.7 818.1 4 064.1 62.6 69.9

Raw materials and

semi-manufactures 486.9 2 248.1 571.2 2 488.5 17.3 10.7

Fuels and lubricants 451.9 2 077.4 585.1 2 453.9 29.5 18.1 Among the imports of Consumer goods, in the first five months of 2011, value of Food & beverages (MOP3.38 billion) expanded by 38.2% year-on-year; value of Other durable consumer goods (MOP4.54 billion) grew by 39.8%, with that of Gold jewellery (MOP2.10 billion) and Watches (MOP1.43 billion) rising by 68.1% and 33.9% respectively; value of Other semi-durable consumer goods (MOP3.00 billion) soared by 72.7%, with that of Handbags & wallets (MOP1.13 billion) surging by 104.6%.

TABLE 5 IMPORTS OF CONSUMER GOODS

Million MOP

2010 2011 Year-on-year %

Category of consumer goods

May Jan. – May May Jan. – May May Jan. – May

Total 1 942.2 9 980.1 2 929.2 13 874.4 50.8 39.0

Household consumption goods 480.6 2 447.1 715.9 3 380.9 49.0 38.2 (food and beverages)

Motor cars and motorcycles 142.6 721.9 180.3 809.2 26.4 12.1 Other durable consumer goods 638.9 3 248.9 1 091.5 4 540.6 70.8 39.8

Of which:

Gold jewellery 219.9 1 251.0 532.4 2 103.0 142.2 68.1

Watches 229.3 1 071.3 355.4 1 434.5 55.0 33.9

Other semi-durable consumer goods 322.5 1 739.8 511.4 3 004.9 58.6 72.7 Of which:

Handbags and wallets 103.1 554.2 201.2 1 133.7 95.2 104.6

Footwear 49.8 272.1 75.0 448.8 50.7 64.9

Other non-durable consumer goods 357.6 1 822.5 430.1 2 138.9 20.3 17.4 Of which:

Beauty, cosmetic and skin- care

75.8 400.4 101.2 495.4 33.5 23.7 products

Tobacco 38.1 215.1 61.7 309.6 62.0 43.9

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EXTERNAL MERCHANDISE TRADE STATISTICS MAY/2011 DSEC No.5

Within the imports of Capital goods, value of information technology products registered continuous growth. In the first five months of 2011, imports of Mobile phones (MOP1.58 billion) and Portable computers (MOP453 million) soared by 92.8% and 327.9% respectively year-on-year.

TABLE 6 IMPORTS OF CAPITAL GOODS

Million MOP

2010 2011 Year-on-year %

Category of capital goods

May Jan. – May May Jan. – May May Jan. – May

Total 503.2 2 392.7 818.1 4 064.1 62.6 69.9

Of which:

Mobile phones 161.8 817.9 309.3 1 577.0 91.2 92.8

Portable computers 20.0 105.8 99.9 452.7 400.7 327.9

Slot machines, parts

and accessories thereof 48.2 125.0 45.2 265.1 -6.3 112.1

Computer hard disk 26.1 164.3 45.1 238.8 73.2 45.4

Bus 4.0 15.2 51.3 93.4 1 180.1 515.4

In the first five months of 2011, merchandise import from Mainland China (MOP7.04 billion), the EU (MOP5.59 billion) and Hong Kong (MOP2.55 billion) rose by 36.1%, 54.8% and 45.2% respectively year-on- year.

TABLE 7 IMPORTS BY COUNTRY / TERRITORY

Million MOP

2010 2011 Year-on-year %

Country / territory

May Jan. – May May Jan. – May May Jan. – May

Total 3 384.1 16 698.3 4 903.5 22 880.9 44.9 37.0

Mainland China 1 072.5 5 173.7 1 668.8 7 043.7 55.6 36.1

EU 732.4 3 613.9 1 090.3 5 593.0 48.9 54.8

Of which:

France 303.5 1 553.2 493.7 2 369.1 62.6 52.5

Italy 117.7 614.3 268.9 1 531.6 128.5 149.3

Germany 103.6 486.6 117.5 540.9 13.4 11.1

United Kingdom 71.8 332.0 82.1 362.0 14.2 9.1

Hong Kong 350.5 1 757.9 564.8 2 553.3 61.1 45.2

Switzerland 270.3 1 338.8 376.2 1 674.1 39.2 25.0

USA 206.9 982.9 331.1 1 499.5 60.0 52.6

Japan 302.3 1 487.9 260.7 1 446.6 -13.8 -2.8

Taiwan, China 100.1 456.8 107.2 517.9 7.2 13.4

Singapore 57.8 324.1 104.5 474.3 80.8 46.3

Republic of Korea 39.2 218.6 73.1 363.8 86.6 66.4

Thailand 43.2 256.2 56.8 312.4 31.5 21.9

Australia 32.8 158.3 52.8 279.7 61.1 76.8

Malaysia 36.6 187.3 57.8 271.0 57.8 44.7

Others 139.5 741.9 159.3 851.5 14.2 14.8

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No. 5 DSEC MAY/2011 EXTERNAL MERCHANDISE TRADE STATISTICS

The following statistical tables are available for download from the DSEC website

Table 1 − Changes of external merchandise trade Table 2 − Imports and exports of goods by month

Table 3 − Domestic exports and re-exports of goods by month

Table 4 − Imports by section and division of SITC-Rev. 4, and country/territory of origin Table 5 − Exports by section and division of SITC-Rev. 4, and country/territory of destination Table 6 − Imports by country/territory of origin, and section and division of SITC-Rev. 4 Table 7 − Exports by country/territory of destination and principal commodity

Table 8 − Imports and exports by geographical/economic zone and country/territory

Table 9 − Domestic exports and re-exports by geographical/economic zone and country/territory Table 10 − Imports by broad economic category and country/territory of origin

Table 11 − Exports by principal commodity and country/territory of destination

* Table 12 − Quarterly exports by principal commodity and country/territory of destination

* Table 13 − Quarterly imports by broad economic category and country/territory of origin

* Table 14 − Exports by group of CAM-Rev. 1

* Table 15 − Value and gross weight of goods by type of trade and mode of transport

* Available in March, June, September and December.

Note 1: Due to rounding, the total may not correspond to the sum of the partial figures in the statistical tables.

Note 2: Figures in this publication are provisional and subject to revision later on. To obtain the latest information, please visit the “Database of External Merchandise Trade Statistics” or “Time Series Database” of our website.

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