Foreign trade of Azerbaijan (January-July 2014)

The foreign trade turnover with 137 world countries amounted to $18.133 billion in January-July 2014, or 9.53 percent less than in January-July 2013. The volume of exports decreased by 4.44 percent and amounted to $13.25 billion compared to January-July 2013. The volume of import decreased by 20.97 percent and amounted to $4.88 billion. Azerbaijan exported 1,732 goods and imported 5,436 different goods. As of January-July 2014, the nominal index of export exceeded import. This formed the foreign trade surplus to the amount of $8.36 billion.

As in previous periods, oil, gas and oil products were mainly exported from Azerbaijan in January-July 2014.

Main products exported from Azerbaijan

Name of the product

Jan.-July 2014

Compared to Jan.-July 2013 , %

cost, thousand dollars

Share in export volume, %

Crude oil

11 342 821,88

85,61

97,84

Oil products

699 898,48

5,28

95,63

Natural gas

215 824,10

1,63

43,67

Fruits and vegetables

135 808,69

1,03

136,64

Oil and butter

129 224,05

0,98

96,76

Spirits and soft drink

20 651,19

0,16

121,7

Aluminum

46 330,23

0,35

94,04

Ferrous metals, tons

23 464,80

0,18

34,39

Raw cotton

7 763,95

0,06

55,85

Chemical products

39 092,64

0,3

104,79

Others

361 243,43

2,71

95,13

Source: Azerbaijani state customs committee

Most of Azerbaijan's exports as of January-July 2014 (85.61 percent) fell to the export of crude oil. The exports of crude oil decreased by 2.16 percent compared to January-July 2013. The export of oil products decreased by 4.37 percent during this period. Around 5.28 percent of total exports from the country fell to the oil products in January-July 2014.

Some 16.4 million tons of oil were transported via the Heydar Aliyev Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan (BTC) pipeline, 2.44 million tons - the Baku-Supsa pipeline, 593,850 tons - via the Baku-Novorossiysk pipeline and 542,500 tons were shipped by rail to Baku-Batumi in January-July.

The export of gas from Azerbaijan (data obtained from the control devices) hit 123 percent ​​in January-July compared to the first seven months of last year. It increased by 8.21 percent in 2013. As of January-July, the share of gas in a total export volume amounted to 1.63 percent compared to 2.93 percent in 2013.

According to the gas meters, gas supply for export amounted to 4.8 billion cubic meters in January-July compared to 7.3 billion cubic meters in 2013. In July, the export amounted to 599.4 million cubic meters compared to 570.5 million cubic meters in June, the State Customs Committee said.

Around 1.2 billion cubic meters of gas worth $215.8 million were formalized upon the cargo customs declarations in January-July compared to 3.03 billion cubic meters of gas worth $702 million in 2013.

Physical gas exports reduced by 39.45 percent in January-July, while proceeds - by 56.33 percent compared to seven months of 2013.

Azerbaijan also supplied 1.3 million tons of gas condensate via Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan (BTC) pipeline in January-July, including 176,400 tons in June and 181,240 tons in July.

Azerbaijan exported 383.45 million kilowatt / hours of electricity upon a customs declaration in January-July 2014 compared to 491.21 million kilowatt / hours in the same period of 2013.

According to the report of the Azerbaijani State Customs Committee, Azerbaijan exported electricity totaling $18.62 million in January-July compared to $ 19.82 million for the same period of last year. In quantitative terms, exports decreased by 21.9 percent, while in terms of amount - 6.05 percent.

The export volume of fruits and vegetables, which is the basis of the agricultural exports of Azerbaijan, has greatly increased. According to the committee, exports of Azerbaijan's agricultural products increased by 36.64 percent in January-July 2014 compared to the same period of last year.

According to Azerbaijan's food balance, the country is a net exporter of only sugar, fruits and berries. According to the food balance for 2014, the country's demand for sugar was 548,606 tons in 2013. There was domestic production to the amount of 427,843 tons, imports to the amount of 71,289 tons, the remainder of previous periods to the amount of 49,474 tons. In this case, the actual sugar consumption in 2013 was only 290,790 tons as 1,780 tons remained in reserve. Around 256,312 tons were exported. As a net exporter, the country received a black ink to the amount of 185,023 tons.

The trade surplus of fruits and berries was significantly less - 152,603 tons. However, the actual consumption was only 700,588 tons. Fruits and berries were actively exported (187,136 tons) and were stored (44,148 tons).

In this period, the highest amount of export fell on Italy. Thus, during this period Azerbaijan exported goods totaling $3.065.04 billion to Italy which makes up 23.13 percent of a total export volume. Mainly oil and oil products are exported to this country. Indonesia ($1.662.15 billion) and Germany ($1.055.97 billion) hold leading positions. Italy has maintained its leading position since 2008 excluding early three months. Turkey took a lead in January and U.S. in February and March 2008.

Russia ranks first on largest import volume ($698.03 million) in January-July 2014. About 14.29 percent of the Azerbaijani imports fell to it. Turkey ranks second - $690.59 million and Germany - third ($378.12 million).

Most of Azerbaijan's imports or 30.7 percent in the reporting period fell to the import of machinery, equipment, electrical equipment and spare parts. The machinery and equipment worth $1.499.41 billion were imported in January-July 2014 or by 5.27 percent less than in January-July 2013.

A lot of vehicles and parts worth $ 450.27 million (a share in total imports - 9.22 percent) were brought to the country. However, car imports reduced by 49.8 percent compared to the same period of last year.

Euro-4 ecological standard has been used in the country since April 1. This caused the sharp decline in imports in this category. The import of the vehicles not conforming to this standard has been banned in Azerbaijan. The restrictions on the import of the cars that do not meet Euro 4 standard in Azerbaijan is primarily connected with the measures of improving the environmental situation in the country. Moreover, the operations are underway in the country. The introduction of a mechanism of gradual taking old vehicles that do not meet the highest environmental standards out of service is being discussed.

According to the State Customs Committee, the country imported 38,338 cars in January-July compared to 58,258 cars in the same period of 2013.

Around 34,618 cars of the total import volume for the period accounted for the passenger cars and motor cars. There were 52,673 cars in January-July 2013.

Moreover, around 3,263 trucks were imported during the reporting period compared to 4,486 trucks in January-July 2013. The rest cars imported for seven months accounted for other types of vehicles.

Thus, the import of ferrous metals ranks second in terms of an import volume in the country during the period. The share of these products in a total import volume of the country hit 10.48 percent in January-July, while this volume was 511.89 million AZN in nominal terms.

The import of butter and meat significantly increased in January-July (by 53.89 percent and 31.14 percent, accordingly compared to January-July 2013) which is related to insufficient domestic production.

Azerbaijan remains a net importer. It independently pays off its actual consumption of meat and meat products by 92 percent. Meat and meat products (2,197 tons) significantly exceeded exports in 2013. It was mainly connected with beef and beef products (1,578 tons). In this case, Azerbaijan also imported mainly beef and beef products (20,703 tons).

The only livestock sector, where domestic production (743 tons) was less than imports (1,326 tons) was pig-breeding (consumption to the amount of 2,184 tons). However, import of pork was less than lamb (1,693 tons). Around 76,723 tons were produced in the country taking into account the consumption to the amount of 80,805 tons.

Main products imported to Azerbaijan

Name of products

Jan.-July 2014

Compared to Jan.-July 2013, %

cost

(thousand dollars)

Share in import volume, %

Meat

12 353,86

0,25

131,14

Butter

15 118,90

0,31

153,89

Milk

3 843,39

0,08

77,73

Grain

156 284,77

3,2

77

Cars, mechanisms, electric goods, equipment

1 499 418,49

30,7

94,73

Vehicles and spare parts

450 273,49

9,22

50,2

Wood and wooden goods

74 317,42

1,52

38,74

Ferrous metals, tons

511 893,06

10,48

67,03

Furniture and its parts

47 886,26

0,98

107,01

Pharmaceutical goods

138 235,89

2,83

95,13

Source: Azerbaijani state customs committee

According to the Azerbaijani State Customs Committee, the countries outside the EU and CIS did not restore their status as the main trading partners of the country in January-July. These countries formed the foreign trade turnover of Azerbaijan ($18.1 billion) only by 44.81 percent or $8.12 billion, while the EU countries - by 45.99 percent ($8.35 billion). Only 9.2 percent or $1.67 billion accounted for the CIS.

In January-July 2014 Azerbaijan's exports to the EU countries amounted to $6.809.7 billion, or 51.4 percent of a total export volume ($13.25 billion) amid a 2.24 percent growth. Imports from EU ($1.531.07 billion) dropped by 26.39 percent and amounted to 31.35 percent of a total import volume ($4.884 billion). As a result, the country had a black ink of trade balance with the EU at the level of $5.278 billion or 63.1 percent of the country's foreign trade surplus ($8.364 billion).

The exports to the countries outside the EU and CIS dropped by 7.19 percent - to $5.94 billion in January-July or 44.84 percent of a total export volume, while imports - by 6.09 percent to $2.18 billion or 44.72 percent of the total import volume. As a result, Azerbaijan received a $ 3.8 billion trade surplus with these countries.

The exports to the CIS countries for the period totaled $498.26 million (3.76 percent of the total export volume) by decreasing by 37.84 percent and imports - $1.169.09 billion (23.93 percent) by decreasing by 21.95 percent. As a result, the country had a red ink in trading with them to the amount of $0.67 billion.

During this period, about 4,676 legal and physical entities were involved in foreign trade operations, including 3,107 - legal entities and 1,569 - physical entities.

The share of public sector in exports totaled $12.47 billion, private sector - $659.57 million, the share of physical entities - $115.65 million.

The share of public sector in import operations amounted to $1.22 billion, the private sector - $3.47 billion, physical entities -$192.16 million.

Azerbaijan's trade operations with foreign countries in January-July 2014

Country name

Export, thousand dollars

Compared to January-July 2013, %

Import, thousand dollars

Compared to import in January-July 2013, %

Total

13 249 052.33

95.56

4 884 455.66

79.03

Including

European countries, total

6 809 664.76

102.24

1 531 069.64

73.61

Austria

344 039.67

293.92

52 844.02

94.25

Belgium

482.45

6.73

56 599.49

132.42

Bulgaria

114.63

0.10

57 263.70

522.17

Great Britain

120 718.75

40.77

320 491.20

49.96

Hungary

71 463.76

1557.80 times

14 966.13

76.06

Germany

1 055 977.83

127.18

378 123.05

89.94

Greece

80 397.37

21.24

34 265.35

14.04 times

Denmark

701.99

282.63

12 815.34

100.49

Ireland

37.90

0.11

8 043.28

110.44

Spain

438 399.32

591.19

27 787.75

98.55

Italy

3 065 048.82

89.94

142 337.98

101.47

Cyprus

0.00

0.00

1 087.32

2.83

Latvia

781.30

51.60

5 662.43

109.55

Lithuania

543.85

32.20

25 967.96

208.58

Luxemburg

65.26

56.18

1 958.04

34.41

Malta

12 881.75

694.70 times

192.06

23.11

Netherlands

14 094.20

363.80

89 024.49

105.38

Poland

11 362.22

265.99

40 425.37

164.08

Portugal

253 214.90

62.01

2 477.07

216.10

Romania

79 273.58

96.89

40 550.95

273.85

Slovakia

31.63

800.00

11 510.76

76.64

Slovenia

13.15

136.51

5 618.97

71.46

Finland

22.06

290.57

52 390.20

125.39

France

909 118.59

154.29

87 842.77

24.63

Croatia

136 002.77

208.08

10 644.70

178.98

Czech Republic

214 737.01

99.48

26 913.48

54.80

Sweden

28.47

61.06

19 573.43

71.82

Estonia

111.52

23.40

3 692.33

59.50

Other countries, total

5 941 128.29

92.81

2 184 298.55

83.91

Albania

0.00

0.00

2.39

12.84 times

Australia

190.95

167.88

2 396.61

30.05

Algeria

240.00

48.66

213.62

23.94 times

Anguilla

0.00

0.00

726.63

116.75

Angola

195.54

483.25 times

3.02

0.00

Andorra

0.00

0.00

12.81

1.79

Argentina

25.52

43.01

5 391.93

146.89

Aruba

10.39

527.23

0.00

0.00

Afghanistan

132 086.28

117.25

0.00

0.00

Bahama Islands

25 662.12

0.00

0.97

0.00

Bangladesh

0.00

0.00

303.88

17.20 times

Barbados

0.00

0.00

242.39

0.00

Bahrain

13.68

80.51

0.00

0.00

Belize

0.00

0.00

2 608.91

395.05

Bermuda islands

8.51

53.45

0.00

0.00

Bolivia

13.51

0.00

0.00

0.00

Bosnia and Herzegovina

159.55

0.00

418.96

207.61

Brazil,

111.00

65.91

107 924.11

70.98

Brunei Darussalam

1.77

0.00

0.14

319.61

Virgin Islands (Great Britain)

0.00

0.00

631.23

70.17

Vietnam

75 323.13

88.80

1 814.89

71.51

Gabon

19.75

0.00

0.00

0.00

Gambia

0.00

0.00

0.05

0.00

Guinea

0.29

0.00

0.00

0.00

Hong Kong

155.55

7.20

309.97

44.06

Honduras

0.00

0.00

0.11

0.00

Georgia

316 092.37

109.50

55 932.90

69.08

Guam (U.S)

0.00

0.00

1.70

0.00

Jabalia

46 254.30

0.00

0.00

0.00

Dominique

0.00

0.00

5.94

62.79

Dominican Republic

0.00

0.00

15.35

134.16

Egypt

35 918.46

88.84

1 295.54

52.19

Israel

777 807.62

133.06

3 700.23

42.18

India

584 458.65

92.73

21 231.45

70.15

Indonesia

1 662 151.99

102.99

22 540.01

141.77

Jordan

15.99

47.41

448.12

28.46

Iceland

0.00

0.00

326.78

268.44

Iraq

155 652.79

68.55

254.15

20.58 times

Iran

19 059.89

40.08

95 594.71

79.57

Yemen

174.01

297.68

0.00

0.00

Cambodia

0.00

0.00

46.75

137.04

Cayman Islands

22.66

171.19

0.00

0.00

Canada

218 700.14

17476.16 times

24 425.05

342.07

Qatar

200.74

12.56

12.68

3.65

Kenya

0.00

0.00

30.71

32.34

China

29 297.17

118.56

370 899.33

99.37

Columbia

0.89

0.00

17.33

2.21

Republic of Korea

1.80

0.01

108 780.01

69.98

Costa-Rica

0.00

0.00

164.97

112.83

Cuba

0.00

0.00

32.76

415.04

Kuwait

19.08

210.13

94.89

0.00

Curaçao

0.00

0.00

13.95

0.00

Lebanon

16.45

147.80

845.61

141.13

Libya

25 760.00

25.42

480.45

133.78

Liechtenstein

0.00

0.00

3.15

18.64

Republic of Mauritius

0.00

0.00

0.64

0.00

Madagascar

0.00

0.00

25.17

658.04

Macedonia

2.71

20.68

493.32

19.81 times

Malaysia

3 621.34

137.77 times

9 508.24

34.69

Morocco

38.50

0.06

14.73

95.22

Mexico

9.41

200.51

4 907.91

121.80

Mozambique

0.00

0.00

25.18

229.61

Mongolia

82.56

30.67

41.04

0.00

Montenegro

83.74

730.80

0.37

94.83

Isle of Man

39.54

117.77

0.48

0.00

Myanmar

0.00

0.00

15.49

0.00

New Zealand

67.67

46.67

12 477.61

189.55

Norway

1 546.64

458.25

16 219.52

136.71

United Arab Emirates (UAE)

2 894.92

57.03

30 347.84

48.59

Oman

6.33

0.00

46.01

46.33

Pakistan

140.57

497.45

1 963.91

235.24

Palau

0.00

0.00

39.96

0.00

Panama

1 725.00

0.00

327.02

6.78

Papua New Guinea

2.11

234.59

0.00

0.00

Paraguay

0.00

0.00

13.18

0.00

Palestine

0.00

0.00

10.93

0.00

Peru

0.00

0.00

39.85

119.61

Puerto Rico (USA)

0.00

0.00

48.32

733.04

Saudi Arabia

24.85

156.21

9 347.74

40.55

San Marino

0.00

0.00

74.12

238.04

Saint-Martin

0.00

0.00

0.38

0.00

Serbia

4.43

54.80

2 672.70

81.51

Seychelles

0.00

0.00

94.73

2.84

Singapore

510.97

22.10 times

11 835.86

37.81

Syria

0.00

0.00

114.65

83.95

United States of America (USA)

445 240.99

105.26

369 132.94

166.05

Sudan

12.03

230.28

0.00

0.00

Sierra-Leone

7.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

Tanzania

0.25

0.00

29.76

0.00

Taiwan

432 066.65

92.46

5 786.47

43.91

Thailand

340 592.25

27.79

16 805.98

120.99

Trinidad and Tobago

122.70

128.89 times

0.00

0.00

Tunisia

204 856.50

442.15

691.93

217.30

Turkey

279 721.48

87.79

690 593.64

80.96

Philippines

0.00

0.00

339.75

228.16

Chile

0.00

0.00

534.11

63.94

Switzerland

120 021.47

332.47

48 362.72

43.50

Sri-Lanka

0.00

0.00

8 880.41

89.91

Uganda

37.12

0.00

0.00

0.00

Uruguay

5.00

0.00

2 822.87

471.59

Ecuador

1.68

0.00

4 174.12

93.66

Ethiopia

0.00

0.00

2.08

0.00

South African Republic

83.45

622.60

1 132.92

17.12

Jamaica

0.00

0.00

4 895.09

178.18

Japan

1 066.28

4.75

99 253.01

47.33

Others

671.76

109.78

0.00

0.00

CIS countries, total:

498 259.28

62.16

1 169 087.47

78.05

Belarus

7 615.19

114.83

50 781.56

108.24

Kazakhstan

20 509.35

68.30

155 422.62

81.76

Kyrgyzstan

18 479.96

309.71

1 062.85

177.55

Moldova

1.14

0.95

3 203.81

105.64

Uzbekistan

22 325.16

572.51

11 623.60

367.46

Russia

383 770.47

56.10

698 038.10

79.66

Tajikistan

1 595.85

38.25

185.82

0.00

Turkmenistan

18 833.27

70.79

3 540.56

12.84

Ukraine

25 128.89

62.63

245 228.55

70.04

source: Azerbaijani state customs committee

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