• The UK exported £274 billion of goods and services to other EU member states. This is equivalent to 44.5% of total UK exports.
• The UK exported £342 billion of goods and services to non-EU countries. This is equivalent to 55.5% of total UK exports.
• Goods and services imports from the EU were worth £342 billion (55.5% of the total) in 2017.
• Goods and services imports from non-EU were worth £301 billion (46.9% of the total) in 2017.
• The UK had a trade deficit of -£67 billion with the EU but a surplus of £41 billion with non-EU countries.
• The UK recorded a deficit in goods with both the EU and non-EU countries, but a trade surplus in services with both the EU and non-EU countries.
• The EU accounted for 48% of UK goods exports and 40% of services exports; 54% of imported goods and 49% of imported services were imported from the EU.(1)
1 All data calculated from the ONS Pink Book 2018, section 9, Geographical breakdown of the current account, Table 9.3, July 2018
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