Colombia - Net Exports





Colombia: Net Exports

Mnemonic NETEX.ICOL
Unit Mil. USD FOB/CIF
Monthly 31.55 %
Data Sep 2022 1,917
Aug 2022 2,801

Series Information

Source Bank of the Republic of Colombia
Release Foreign Trade
Frequency Monthly
Start Date 1/31/1970
End Date 9/30/2022

Colombia: Trade

Reference Last Previous Units Frequency
Balance of Goods 2022 Q3 -4,570 -3,165 Mil. USD, NSA Quarterly
Current Account Balance 2022 Q3 -6,176 -4,857 Mil. USD, NSA Quarterly
Exports of Goods 2022 Q3 19,191 19,519 Mil. USD, NSA Quarterly
Exports of Goods and Services 2022 Q3 77,729 77,002 Bil. COP, CDASA Quarterly
Imports of Goods 2022 Q3 23,762 22,684 Mil. USD, NSA Quarterly
Imports of Goods and Services 2022 Q3 109,063 103,218 Bil. COP, CDASA Quarterly
Net Exports Sep 2022 1,917 2,801 Mil. USD FOB/CIF Monthly
Real Exports of Goods and Services 2022 Q3 34,679 35,299 Bil. 2015 COP, CDASA Quarterly
Real Imports of Goods and Services 2022 Q3 66,956 64,101 Bil. 2015 COP, CDASA Quarterly

Release Information

The Bank of the Republic of Colombia reports monthly data on Colombia's trade balance by its' components. Imports and exports are categorized by type of commodity and economic use. Figures are in millions U.S. dollars (Mil. UDS) and are not seasonally adjusted (NSA).

Trade balance is the difference (in monetary value) of a nation's exports and imports. A positive trade balance (trade surplus) indicates a greater monetary value of exports. A negative trade balance (trade deficit) means that the value of exports exceeds the value of imports. 

Major import products are categorized by type of commodity. Imports are also categorized by economic use or destination. Types of economic use or destinations include import of goods, intermediate goods and raw materials, and capital of goods. It is further categorized by type of industry. 

Exports are categorized as traditional and non-traditional. Traditional exports include coffee, coal, petroleum and its' derivatives, and Ferro-nickel. Non-traditional exports include bananas, flowers, non-monetary gold, emeralds, textiles, chemicals, paper, leather, and food products.

Data is subject to revisions and is preliminary for two years. 

In order to match the data from DANE, the Bank of the Republic of Colombia has elected to reclassify the exports of non-monetary gold and emeralds into the group of non-traditional exports.

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