Morocco Exports And Imports

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  • Algeria's trade with the rest of the region remains quite weak, with its exports and imports reaching only 25.5% and 11.6% of their potential. 17 By contrast, Morocco has improved its export potential to all Maghreb countries, except Algeria where the Kingdom's exports have reached a mere 4.05% of their potential in 2015.(More...)
  • Differences arise from valuation (CIF for imports and FOB for exports), in partner country classification, in customs regimes, and in compilation and dissemination methodologies.(More...)
  • Morocco main exports partners are European Union countries with Spain, France and Italy being the most important.(More...)

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Algeria's trade with the rest of the region remains quite weak, with its exports and imports reaching only 25.5% and 11.6% of their potential. 17 By contrast, Morocco has improved its export potential to all Maghreb countries, except Algeria where the Kingdom's exports have reached a mere 4.05% of their potential in 2015. [1] They have a negligible effect on aggregate import, export, and balance of trade statistics. [2] The seasonally adjusted country and world area data will not sum to the seasonally adjusted by-commodity and by-service type totals because the two sets of statistics are derived from different aggregations of the export and import data and from different seasonal adjustment models. [2] Each month, the U.S. Census Bureau revises the aggregate seasonally adjusted (current and real, or chained-dollar) and unadjusted export, import, and trade balance figures, as well as the end-use totals for the prior month. [2] Excludes such services in which the cost is included in the price of the goods and is not billed separately or is declared as a part of the price of the goods on the import or export declaration filed with the U.S. Customs and Border Protection. [2] For March, unadjusted exports of goods were revised up $0.1 billion and unadjusted imports of goods were revised up less than $0.1 billion. [2] For March, revised export carry-over was less than $0.1 billion (less than 0.1 percent) and revised import carry-over was less than $0.1 billion (less than 0.1 percent). [2] These adjustments, which are applied separately to exports and imports, are necessary to supplement coverage of the Census data, to eliminate duplication of transactions recorded elsewhere in the international accounts, and to value transactions at market prices. [2] The statistics below present the surplus between the value of each country's tomatoes exports and its import purchases for that same commodity. [3] Timeliness and data capture errors: The Census Bureau captures import and export information from administrative documents and through various automated collection programs. [2] Reporting errors: Reporting errors are mistakes or omissions made by importers, exporters, or their agents in their import or export declarations. [2] U.S. exports are valued at the port of exit in the United States and include inland freight charges, making the U.S. export value slightly larger than the Canadian import value. [2] Combining the inland freight and the Canadian reported import value provides a consistent valuation for all U.S. exports. [2] Re-exports - Unlike Canadian imports, which are based on country of origin, U.S. exports include re-exports of foreign goods. [2] U.S./Canada data exchange and substitution Data for U.S. exports to Canada are derived from import data compiled by Canada. [2] The use of Canada's import data to produce U.S. export data requires several alignments in order to compare the two series. 1. [2] For total exports and imports, data users should refer to the commodity-based totals shown in the other exhibits. [2] Investopedia defines net exports as the value of a country's total exports minus the value of its total imports. [3] Low-valued transactions: The total values of transactions valued as much as or below $2,500 for exports and $2,000 ($250 for certain quota items) for imports are estimated for each country, using factors based on the ratios of low-valued shipments to individual country totals for past periods. [2] Goods carry-over in April was $0.1 billion (0.1 percent) for exports and $0.1 billion (0.1 percent) for imports. [2] The Harmonized System describes and measures the characteristics of the goods and is the basis for the systems used in the United States: Schedule B for exports and Harmonized Tariff Schedule for imports. [2] The balanced merchandise trade database comprises international trade statistics where calculations have been made to reduce the asymmetries between import and export data. [4] Export and import unit value indices, derived terms of trade and purchasing power of exports indices are also provided. [5] The value index is the current value of exports (f.o.b.) or imports (c.i.f.) converted to U.S. dollars and expressed as a percentage of the base period (2000). [5] The volume index is the percentage ratio of the export or import value index to the corresponding unit value index. [5] This dataset contains values and quantities of exports and imports by partner countries and by commodity. [4] The International Trade by Commodity Statistics database includes detailed data from 1961 for imports and exports by commodity in quantity and value between OECD countries and 264 different partner countries. [4] Exports rise 9.78% in 2017-18, imports up 20%; trade deficit at $157 bn. [6] Typically, the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) doesn?t require a license to import or export goods from the U.S. However, other government agencies or departments or local governments may require them. [7] In the exports and imports tables, the Economy refers to reporting entity and Partner refers to its trading country. [5] Certainly, the mirroring of some of their economic profiles makes it easier to remain protectionist than to seriously tackle the sources of the uncompetitiveness of some of their manufacturing and redress the lack of complementarities of their exports and imports. [1]

In 2015 Moroccan exports to the United Arab Emirates amounted to 217.35 million dirhams while imports from the UAE amounted to 2.44 billion dirhams. [8]

Morocco exports 166 products with revealed comparative advantage (meaning that its share of global exports is larger than what would be expected from the size of its export economy and from the size of a product's global market). [9] Morocco is the 60th largest export economy in the world and the 104th most complex economy according to the Economic Complexity Index (ECI). [9] During the last five years the exports of Morocco have increased at an annualized rate of 2.1%, from $24.8B in 2011 to $27.5B in 2016. [9] This treemap shows the cultural exports of Morocco by city, as proxied by the production of globally famous historical characters. [9] The top export destinations of Morocco are Spain ($6.16B), France ($4.72B), Turkey ($1.11B), Germany ($1.03B) and the United States ($1.02B). [9] The top import origins of Morocco are Spain ($6.76B), France ($5.18B), China ($3.77B), the United States ($2.55B) and Germany ($2.4B). [9] The most recent imports are led by Refined Petroleum which represent 7.55% of the total imports of Morocco, followed by Cars, which account for 4.76%. [9] During the last five years the imports of Morocco have decreased at an annualized rate of -1.3%, from $43.8B in 2011 to $41.5B in 2016. [9] As of 2016 Morocco had a negative trade balance of $14B in net imports. [9]

The most recent exports are led by Cars which represent 12% of the total exports of Morocco, followed by Insulated Wire, which account for 9.9%. [9] The top exports of Morocco are Cars ($3.3B), Insulated Wire ($2.73B), Mixed Mineral or Chemical Fertilizers ($2.08B), Phosphoric Acid ($1.21B) and Non-Knit Women's Suits ($1.21B), using the 1992 revision of the HS (Harmonized System) classification. [9]

Differences arise from valuation (CIF for imports and FOB for exports), in partner country classification, in customs regimes, and in compilation and dissemination methodologies. [4] The Central Agency for Pubic Mobilization and Statistics (CAPMAS) said in its foreign trade bulletin that Egypt's exports to 21 Arab countries reached $782 million, while the imports hit $1 billion. [10] The trade surplus with the United Arab Emirates marked the lion's share of the total surplus, recording $146.06 million as the exports in February reached $198 million, while the imports hit $51.9 million. [10] They noted that China could also narrow the trade surplus by reducing its exports to the U.S. or by reducing import tariffs. [11] In theory, U.S. farm products could undergo significant export growth, given China's agricultural imports have been increasing at high double-digit growth rates for wheat, soybeans and rice. [11] Generally, exports recorded $22.4 billion in 2017, with an increase of $2 billion, while imports decreased $10 billion to $56 billion, compared to $66 billion in 2016. [10] The import process also does not revert user-defined values on the importing Firepower Management Center, for values not set in the export package. [12] The import process does not delete custom variables not present in the export package. [12] Egypt's imports to the Arab countries marked 18 percent of February's total imports worth $5.5 billion, while exports allocated 33.9 percent of total exports worth $2.3 million. [10] The chairperson of the General Authority for Export and Import Control continued that the Egyptian exports to African countries amounted to $1.273bn compared to $1.21bn during the same period of last year, an increase of 24.5%. [13] For his part, Ismail Jaber, chairperson of the General Authority for Export and Import Control, said that the most important markets for Egyptian exports during the first four months of this year included the markets of the Agadir Agreement. [13] This came according to the latest report received by the minster from the foreign trade data of the General Organisation for Export and Import Control on the development of Egyptian exports movement from January to April. [13]

Morocco main exports partners are European Union countries with Spain, France and Italy being the most important. [14] Morocco imports crude petroleum, textile fabric, telecommunications equipment, wheat, gas and electricity, transistors, plastics. [14] The leaders in terms of the dynamics of growth of exports from Ukraine in January-April 2018 (compared to the same period last year) were Latvia (+84%), Morocco (+ 67.8%), Moldova (+ 66.7%), Slovakia (+ 65.7%), Serbia (+ 57.5%), Bulgaria (+ 46%), Hungary (+ 48.8%), Germany (+ 37.4%), Iraq (+ 37.8%), and the Czech Republic (+ 33.8%). [15] In 2018/19, North Africa is forecast to have reduced wheat imports due to bumper crops in its key importing countries, namely Algeria, Morocco, and Tunisia. [16]

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In this version of the product space products are colored according to their Product Gini Index, or PGI. The PGI of a product is the level of income inequality that we expect for the countries that export a product. [9] In 2016, Morocco exported $27.5B and imported $41.5B, resulting in a negative trade balance of $14B. In 2016 the GDP of Morocco was $103B and its GDP per capita was $7.86k. [9] In 2016 Morocco exported $27.5B, making it the 60th largest exporter in the world. [9]

The economy of Morocco has an Economic Complexity Index (ECI) of -0.556 making it the 104th most complex country. [9] Morocco borders Algeria, Western Sahara, Mauritania and Spain by land and Portugal by sea. [9]

The top import origins are Spain ($6.76B), France ($5.18B), China ($3.77B), the United States ($2.55B) and Germany ($2.4B). [9] As compared to their trade balance in 1995 when they still had a negative trade balance of $2.03B in net imports. [9]

As of 2016 Spain had a negative trade balance of $30.6B in net imports. [17] The most recent imports are led by Cars which represent 6.01% of the total imports of Spain, followed by Crude Petroleum, which account for 5.64%. [17] The most recent imports are led by Crude Petroleum which represent 5.99% of the total imports of Bulgaria, followed by Copper Ore, which account for 5.4%. [18]

The General Imports value reflects the total arrival of merchandise from foreign countries that immediately enters consumption channels, warehouses, or Foreign Trade Zones. [2] It is computed by adding import charges to the customs value and therefore excludes U.S. import duties. [2] The Census data only include imports of goods by U.S. military agencies that enter the U.S. customs territory. [2] Imports by U.S. military agencies - This addition is made for purchases of goods abroad by U.S. military agencies, which are reported to BEA by the Department of Defense. [2] U.S. import coverage includes shipments of railcars and locomotives from Canada. [2]

The statistics below present the surplus between the value of each country's exported cork and its import purchases for that same commodity. [19] Re-exports are foreign merchandise entering the country as imports and then exported in substantially the same condition as when imported. [2] Coverage - Canadian imports are based on country of origin. [2] Valuation - Canadian imports are valued at the point of origin in the United States. [2] Its main imports partners are: France, Spain, China, Italy, Germany, United States and Saudi Arabia. [14] The top import origins of Spain are Germany ($41.9B), France ($34.6B), China ($26B), Italy ($20.5B) and the United States ($13.8B). [17]

Iceland's primary import partner is Germany, with 12.6%, followed by the United States, Norway, and Denmark. [20]

By value, the listed 15 cotton importers represent roughly two-thirds (67.5%) of global cotton imports during 2017. [21] During the last five years the imports of Spain have decreased at an annualized rate of -3.3%, from $352B in 2011 to $300B in 2016. [17] During the last five years the imports of Bulgaria have decreased at an annualized rate of -2.2%, from $32.2B in 2011 to $29.2B in 2016. [18]

The main imports are machinery and equipment, petroleum products, foodstuffs and textiles. [20]

BEA makes an addition for the inland freight charges of transporting these goods to the U.S. border to make the value comparable to the customs value reported for imports from other countries. [2] The customs value for imports for certain Canadian and Mexican goods is the point of origin in Canada or Mexico. [2] For imports from Canada and Mexico, this should be the cost of the goods at the U.S. border. [2]

Effective with January 2004 statistics, Canada excludes these shipments from its goods exports to the United States, therefore creating coverage differences between the two countries for these goods. 2. [2] Net exports of goods under merchanting - This addition is made to include the net value of the purchase and subsequent resale of goods abroad without the goods entering the United States. [2] At the continent level, European countries accounted for the highest value for exported tomatoes during 2017 with shipments amounting to $4.4 billion or 49.1% of worldwide exports. [3] Overall. the value of tomatoes exports increased by an average 0.8% for all exporting countries since 2013 when tomatoes shipments were valued at $8.8 billion. [3] By value, the listed 15 countries shipped 97.1% of global cork exports in 2017. [19] The statistics below present the deficit between the value of each country's imported cork purchases and its exports for that same commodity. [19] The 2005 value of Iceland's exports was $3.215 billion FOB. [20] The listed 15 countries shipped 92.5% of all tomatoes exports in 2017 (by value). [3]

Spain exports 489 products with revealed comparative advantage (meaning that its share of global exports is larger than what would be expected from the size of its export economy and from the size of a product's global market). [17] It provides 40% of export income and employs 7.0% of the workforce; therefore, the state of the economy remains sensitive to world prices for fish products. [20] Spain is the 15th largest export economy in the world and the 28th most complex economy according to the Economic Complexity Index (ECI). [17] During the last five years the exports of Spain have decreased at an annualized rate of -0.9%, from $286B in 2011 to $270B in 2016. [17] During the last five years the exports of Bulgaria have decreased at an annualized rate of -1%, from $27.6B in 2011 to $26.5B in 2016. [18]

Global sales from tomatoes exports by country in 2017 totaled US$8.9 billion. [3] International sales from cork exports by country totaled US$1.8 billion in 2017. [19] According to global trading platform Alibaba, the following cork export companies are examples of suppliers for either cork materials or commercial items made from cork like wine stoppers or beverage coasters. [19] Other adjustments to exports include: Deductions for equipment repairs (parts and labor), developed motion picture film, military grant-aid, and, for periods prior to 2010, goods identified in the Census data as exports under the Foreign Military Sales (FMS) program. [2] Other important exports include aluminium, ferro-silicon alloys, machinery and electronic equipment for the fishing industry, software, woollen goods. [20]

Iceland's relatively liberal trading policy has been strengthened by accession to the European Economic Area in 1993 and by the Uruguay Round, which also brought significantly improved market access for Iceland's exports, particularly seafood products. [20] EXPORT DATA Download historical data for 20 million indicators using your browser. [14] This estimate improves the current month data for exports to Canada and treats late receipts for exports to Canada in a manner that is more consistent with the treatment of late receipts for exports to other countries. [2] Canadian estimates: Effective with January 2001 statistics, the current month data for exports to Canada contain an estimate for late arrivals and corrections. [2]

Inland freight charges for April 2018 accounted for 1.9 percent of the value of U.S. exports to Canada. 3. [2]

The top export destinations of Spain are France ($37.1B), Germany ($29.1B), Portugal ($22.1B), the United Kingdom ($20.8B) and Italy ($20.7B). [17] The top export destinations of Bulgaria are Germany ($3.61B), Italy ($2.68B), Turkey ($2.17B), Romania ($2.1B) and Greece ($1.66B). [18] The top exports of Bulgaria are Refined Petroleum ($1.52B), Refined Copper ($1.25B), Wheat ($796M), Packaged Medicaments ($694M) and Insulated Wire ($563M), using the 1992 revision of the HS (Harmonized System) classification. [18] The top exports of Spain are Cars ($35.2B), Vehicle Parts ($9.1B), Packaged Medicaments ($8.39B), Refined Petroleum ($7.55B) and Delivery Trucks ($5.9B), using the 1992 revision of the HS (Harmonized System) classification. [17]

The most recent exports are led by Refined Petroleum which represent 5.72% of the total exports of Bulgaria, followed by Refined Copper, which account for 4.71%. [18]

This page provides the latest reported value for - Morocco Balance of Trade - plus previous releases, historical high and low, short-term forecast and long-term prediction, economic calendar, survey consensus and news. [14] Balance of Trade in Morocco averaged -10116.19 MAD Million from 1998 until 2018, reaching an all time high of -1254.60 MAD Million in January of 1999 and a record low of -23012 MAD Million in May of 2012. [14] Morocco recorded a trade deficit of 16833 MAD Million in April of 2018. [14]

Among the above countries, the fastest-growing tomatoes exporters since 2013 were: Azerbaijan (up 281.9%), China (up 157%), Portugal (up 73%), Morocco (up 34.5%) and Netherlands (up 16%). [3] Spain borders Morocco, Andorra, France, Gibraltar and Portugal by land and Algeria, Western Sahara and Italy by sea. [17]

The top import origins of Bulgaria are Germany ($3.5B), Russia ($2.49B), Italy ($2.03B), Romania ($1.92B) and Turkey ($1.88B). [18] As of 2016 Bulgaria had a negative trade balance of $2.64B in net imports. [18]

Its top imports are Cars ($18.1B), Crude Petroleum ($17B), Vehicle Parts ($15.7B), Packaged Medicaments ($9.8B) and Petroleum Gas ($6.4B). [17] Its top imports are Crude Petroleum ($1.75B), Copper Ore ($1.58B), Packaged Medicaments ($998M), Cars ($900M) and Refined Petroleum ($605M). [18]

In 2016, the total volume of merchandise imports exceeded $15.6 trillion (according to the external trade statistics of 147 countries ). [22] Imports in March grew by 7.15 percent to $42.8 billion, leaving a trade deficit of $13.69 billion, according to data released by the Commerce Ministry on Friday. [6] The 2017 annual agri-food trade report found imports had a value of 117bn. [23] On June 15, 2018, the White House issued a statement by the President confirming that the United States will impose an additional 25% customs duty on $50 billion worth of imports from China. [24] Oil imports during the month under review were valued at $11.11 billion, 13.92 percent higher than the same month previous year. [6] The shares for the two main import origins (Brazil and US) decreased while shares for other main suppliers remained relatively stable -except Ukraine, from where the EU imported 34% more in 2017 than in the previous year. [23] Palm and palm kernel oil (6%) increased to the fourth most important agri-food import product, overtaking fresh and dried fruits (5%). [23]

Net imports of crude oil includes crude oil imported for storage in the Strategic Petroleum Reserve. [25]

Prior to December 2015, crude oil exports were restricted to: (1) crude oil derived from fields under the State waters of Cook Inlet of Alaska; (2) Alaskan North Slope crude oil; (3) certain domestically produced crude oil destined for Canada; (4) shipments to U.S. territories; and (5) California crude oil to Pacific Rim countries. [25] On December 18, 2015, the U.S. enacted legislation authorizing the export of U.S. crude oil without a license. [25]

EU exports of agri-food products reached 138 billion last year - an annual increase of 5.1% - according to the latest statistics. [23] Exports to Russia, after a steep fall in recent years due to an embargo for several agricultural products, recovered for the first time since 2013 due to rising exports of products not subject to the ban. [23]

Find your next export market in the International Trade Administration's Top Markets Series reports. [26] The top five destinations for EU agri-food exports are the U.S., China, Switzerland, Russia and Japan. [23] Exports aggregated at $302.84 billion in 2017-18 as compared to $275.85 billion in the previous fiscal. [6]

Intra-regional FDI represent less than 1 percent of total FDI. This paltry level has not improved over the past three decades, with the cumulative FDI flows between 1985 and 2014 amounting to $ 476.7 million, a derisory number when compared with the region's share of global FDI flows ($ 111.8 billion during the same period). 28 By way of comparison, Morocco's investments in Africa exceeds that amount. [1] Since the 2004 signing of the accord between Egypt, Jordan, Morocco and Tunisia, the latter two have resorted to more tariff protection and other restrictive nontariff measures against each other's goods than did Egypt and Jordan in their own bilateral commercial trade. 16 This demonstrates how much their commercial policies are still shaped by competition rather than complementarity. [1] Sales to these five countries grew by 7.2%, compensating for losses to destinations in the Middle East (Egypt, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates) and Northern Africa (Morocco, Algeria). [23] Such incidences, which are not limited to Morocco and Algeria, even if their occurrence between other Maghrebi countries are less vile and certainly less political, are driving an irreparable divide between the people of the Maghreb. [1] In 2007, the Employers federations in the countries of the Maghreb--CAP (Algeria), LBC (Libya), UNPM (Mauritania), CGEM (Morocco), and UTICA (Tunisia)--created UME to try and reinvigorate business cooperation in the Maghreb. [1]

Algeria's economy expanded "only by 33% and Morocco by 37%," 27 insufficient growth to tackle the stubbornly high number of unemployment in their countries. [1]

And despite their efforts at diversification, the range of goods exported by Morocco and Tunisia (textiles industry, agri-food, electrical and mechanical industries) remains quite similar. [1]

The 16 countries are UAE, Jordon, Syria, Libya, Mauritania, Yemen, Sudan, Somalia, Oman, Tunisia, Algeria, Lebanon, and Morocco; Egypt also exported to Palestine, Comoros and Djibouti without importing from them. [10] Global Security Intelligence lists--The system exports Global Security Intelligence blacklists and whitelists associated with exported configurations. (In a multidomain deployment, this occurs regardless of your current domain. [12] Depending on the number of configurations being exported and the number of objects those configurations reference, the export process may take several minutes. [12] As another example, if you export a platform settings policy with external authentication enabled, the authentication object is exported as well. [12]

"Assuming U.S. service exports to China grow at an annual pace of 20 per cent (accelerating modestly from 15.6 per cent annual growth in the past decade), the annual US-China service trade surplus could widen by US$39 billion by 2020," the report said. [11] Over the past decade, U.S. goods exports to China have expanded 107 per cent, from US$63 billion to US$130 billion, more than three times faster than the 30.5 per cent export growth to the rest of the world. [11] At the current pace of growth, the U.S. is on track to export an additional US$17 billion to China in 2018 from a year earlier. [11]

"The value of Egyptian exports to the agreement's countries reached $505m compared to $365m during the same period last year, an increase of 38.3%," according to Jaber. [13] Kabil pointed out that a number of export sectors witnessed a significant improvement during the first four months of this year, including exports of the chemicals and fertilisers sector, which achieved a big jump in export value of 27.6%, to reach $1.668bn compared to $1.307bn during the same period of 2017. [13] Noteworthy, the Egyptian government increased the value of export subsidies in the draft state budget for next fiscal year to EGP 4bn from EGP 2.6bn in this fiscal year's budget. [13] Intrusion policy default variable set--The export package includes a default variable set with custom variables and system-provided variables with user-defined values. [12] Custom user objects--If you have created custom user groups or objects in your Firepower Management Center and if such a custom user object is a part of any rule in your access control policy, note that the export file (.sfo) does not carry the user object information and therefore while importing such a policy, any reference to such custom user objects will be removed and will not be imported to the destination Firepower Management Center. [12] If you export a configuration that uses PKI objects containing private keys, the system decrypts the private keys before export. [12] Jaber pointed out that the most important countries receiving Egyptian exports in 4M 2018 included the United Kingdom, the United States, Turkey, and the United Arab Emirates, in addition to Spain, Jordan, and Russia. [13] Egypt's exports to these three countries reached $7.143 million, $100,000, and $2.5 million, respectively. [10] It is worth mentioning that Egypt's exports to Somalia rose in 2017 to $90 million, compared to $53 million in 2016. [10] Minister of Trade and Industry Tarek Kabil announced in a press statement on Sunday that Egyptian non-oil exports achieved a significant increase in the first four months (4M) of 2018, an increase of 16% compared to the same period of 2017. [13] Aside from merchandise trade, the analysts highlighted that "further expansion in service exports to China appears to be a viable way to meaningfully narrow the US-China trade imbalance". [11] American exports of LNG to China totalled US$644 million in 2017, suggesting significant room for growth, the report said. [11]

The Council believes exports are vital to global economic development and to U.S. agriculture's profitability. [27]

"If China buys from the U.S. to meet its newly increased demand while keeping orders from other suppliers unchanged, it could import around US$58 billion more by 2020," the report said. [11] "Realistically, China could import US$10 billion more in auto by 2020, US$20-25 billion more in farm products, US$50 billion more in energy products, and US$25 billion more in general by imposing a 2 per cent import duty reduction which has some overlapping part with the auto calculation, " wrote analysts headed by Zhu Haibin, chief China economist at JP Morgan. [11]

"In an optimistic scenario, if China's net increase in crude oil demand were met entirely by U.S. supply, that could add US$16 billion more in imports in 2018 and US$53 billion more by 2020, if oil prices remain stable," the report said. [11] China's efforts to boost U.S. imports is likely to find the most traction in sectors involving crude oil, liquid natural gas, farm products, tourism and financial services. [11] "There are also disputes, not only from the U.S. side, but also from inside China, regarding which sector could import more from the U.S., between the authorities, between the authorities and firms," he added. [11] To capture the long-term feed demand from the region's expanding poultry industry, the U.S. Grains Council (USGC) is helping regional producers learn how to improve their businesses, which could include imports of feed grains and co-products from sources like the United States. [27]

The import process updates the default variable set on the importing Firepower Management Center with the imported values. [12] If prompted, on the Import Conflict Resolution page, map interface objects used in the imported configurations to zones and groups with matching interface types managed by the importing Firepower Management Center. [12] Depending on the number of configurations being imported and the number of objects those configurations reference, the import process may take several minutes. [12] The import process converts these blacklists and whitelists to user-created lists, then uses those new lists in the imported configurations. [12]

An exported package contains revision information for that configuration, which determines whether you can import that configuration onto another appliance. [12]

China's demand for imports is growing, with the current account slipping into deficit during the first quarter for the first time in 17 years, suggesting a significant shift for the export-driven model economy. [11]

RANKED SELECTED SOURCES(27 source documents arranged by frequency of occurrence in the above report)

1. (35) BEA: Explanatory Notes

2. (18) OEC - Morocco (MAR) Exports, Imports, and Trade Partners

3. (13) What's China's speed limit on growth of US imports? Try US$100 billion by 2020, says JP Morgan | South China Morning Post

4. (13) Firepower Management Center Configuration Guide, Version 6.2.3 - Configuration Import and Export [Cisco Firepower Management Center] - Cisco

5. (11) OEC - Spain (ESP) Exports, Imports, and Trade Partners

6. (9) OEC - Bulgaria (BGR) Exports, Imports, and Trade Partners

7. (8) Maghreb: Dream of Unity, Reality of Divisions - Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

8. (8) 16% increase in Egyptian non-oil exports in 4M 2018: Kabil - Daily News Egypt

9. (7) Trade exchange bet. Egypt, Arab countries reaches $1.7B in February - Egypt Today

10. (7) Morocco Balance of Trade | 1998-2018 | Data | Chart | Calendar | Forecast

11. (7) EU agri-food trade import and export figures published

12. (7) Tomatoes Exports by Country

13. (6) Economy of Iceland - Wikipedia

14. (5) Top Cork Exporting Countries

15. (4) OECD iLibrary | International Trade by Commodity Statistics

16. (4) TCdata360 - Open Trade and Competitiveness Data

17. (4) Exports rise 9.78% in 2017-18, imports up 20%; trade deficit at $157 bn - Firstpost

18. (3) Tunisia Net Imports of Crude Oil and Petroleum Products into the U.S.

19. (2) West Africa Training Programs Build Regional Poultry Capacity, Possibly For Imports - U.S. GRAINS COUNCIL

20. (1) Ukraine's exports to Russia reach 7.7% of overall exports in January-April 2018 - State Statistics - 18.06.2018 11:43 -- Ukrinform News

21. (1) Sub-Saharan Africa, South East Asia set to top wheat imports: USDA - Grain Central

22. (1) Cotton Imports by Country

23. (1) World Imports of goods in 2016 | TrendEconomy.com

24. (1) International Trade Compliance Update - Covering Customs and Import Requirements, Export Controls and Sanctions, Trade Remedies, WTO and Anti-Corruption

25. (1) Export.gov - Welcome to Brazil!

26. (1) Guide to starting an import/export machine and equipment business

27. (1) UAE Renews Support to Moroccos Sovereignty over Sahara, Condemns Terrorist Activities of Hezbollah & Polisario | The North Africa Post

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