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Qatar Balance of Trade


ক্যালেন্ডার GMT আসল পূর্ববর্তী ঐক্যমত্য
2019-09-26 05:00 AM Aug QAR12.1B QAR13.21B
2019-10-28 03:00 AM Sep QAR12.9B QAR12.1B
2019-11-27 09:40 AM Oct QAR11.7B QAR12.9B
2019-12-27 09:00 AM Nov QAR12.5B QAR11.7B
2020-01-29 08:20 AM Dec QAR12.5B


News Stream
2019-11-27
Qatar Posts Smallest Trade Surplus in Two Years
Qatar's trade surplus widened 38.4 % year-on-year to QAR 11.7 billion in October of 2019 from a QAR 19 billion surplus a year earlier. It was the smallest trade surplus since October of 2017, as exports declined 30.3% to QAR 20.1 billion, dragged down by lower sales petroleum gases and other gaseous hydrocarbon (-33.4%); crude petroleum oils & oils obtained from bituminous minerals (-23.9%) and not crude petroleum oils & oils obtained from bituminous minerals (-43.8%). Among major trading partners, exports fell to Japan (-33.3%), India (-17.4%) and South Korea (-47.4%). Meantime, imports dropped 14.7% to QAR 8.4 billion, due to lower purchases of turbojets, turbo propellers & other gas turbines (-14.8%). In contrast, imports of motor cars & other motor vehicles (5.2%) and parts of balloons; parts of aircraft & spacecraft (8.2%) increased. Imports went down from the US (-29.5%) and China (-15.5%), but rose from Germany (9.2%).

2019-10-28
Qatar Trade Surplus Narrows in September
The trade surplus in Qatar narrowed to QAR 12.86 billion in September of 2019 from QAR 15.45 billion in the corresponding month of the previous year. Exports tumbled 24.1% to QAR 20.3 billion, due to lower sales of petroleum gases and other gaseous hydrocarbons (-26.4%); crude petroleum oils & oils obtained from bituminous minerals (-22.3%); and not crude petroleum oils & oils obtained from bituminous minerals (-28.1%). Among major trading partners, exports declined to Japan (-24.9%), South Korea (-30%), China (-11.6%), India (-35.5%), China (-29.8%), and Singapore (-48%). Imports plunged 34.2% to QAR 7.5 billion, due to lower purchases of motor cars& other motor vehicles for the transport of person (-15.6%); other groups of commodities (-38.5%). Imports dropped from the US (-70.7%), China (-14.4%), Germany (-32.1%), India (-36.1%), and the UK (-23.4%).

2019-09-26
Qatar Trade Surplus Smallest in Near 2 Years
The trade surplus in Qatar narrowed to QAR 12.12 billion in August of 2019 from QAR 17.52 billion in the corresponding month of the previous year. This was the smallest trade surplus since October 2017, as exports plunges while imports rose. Exports tumbled 19.7% to QAR 21.21 billion, due to lower sales of petroleum gases and other gaseous hydrocarbons (-22.3%); crude petroleum oils & oils obtained from bituminous minerals (-20.7%) and not crude petroleum oils & oils obtained from bituminous minerals (-7.0% ).Among major trading partners, exports declined to Japan (-4.1%), South Korea (-10.4%), India (-42.2%), Singapore (-52.0% ), and China (-11.6%). Imports rose 2.3% to QAR 9.10 billion, due to higher purchases of parts of balloons Etc, parts of aircraft, spacecraft Etc (42.3%); motor cars & other vehicles (22.3%); electrical apparatus for line telephone/telegraphy, telephone sets, parts thereof (18%). Imports increased from the US (8.4%), China (2.7%), and UK (66.0%).

2019-08-27
Qatar Trade Surplus Narrows 21.8% YoY in July
The trade surplus in Qatar decreased to QAR 13.21 billion in July of 2019 from QAR 16.88 billion in the corresponding month of the previous year, as exports declined 16.2 percent to QAR 22.34 billion, dragged down by lower sales of petroleum gases and other gaseous hydrocarbons (-17.0 percent); crude petroleum oils & oils obtained from bituminous minerals (-14.8 percent) and not crude petroleum oils & oils obtained from bituminous minerals (-18.4 percent).Among major trading partners, exports fell to Japan (-15.9 percent), South Korea (-31.7 percent) and Singapore (-52.8 percent) while those rose to China (74.4 percent). Imports fell at a softer 6.0 percent to QAR 9.13 billion, due to lower purchases of other groups of commodities (-11.7 percent). Meanwhile, imports of turbojets, turbo propellers & other gas turbines & parts thereof (54 percent) increased. Imports dropped from Germany (-16.2 percent) and India (-26.9 percent) but increased from the US (3.1 percent).

2019-08-01
Qatar Trade Surplus Narrows 22.4% YoY in June
The trade surplus in Qatar decreased to QAR 13.95 billion in June of 2019 from QAR 17.99 billion in the corresponding month of the previous year, as exports declined 18.2 percent to QAR 22.02 billion, dragged down by lower sales of petroleum gases and other gaseous hydrocarbons (-17.8 percent); crude petroleum oils & oils obtained from bituminous minerals (-19.6 percent) and not crude petroleum oils & oils obtained from bituminous minerals (-31.2 percent).Among major trading partners, exports fell to Japan (-12.3 percent), South Korea (-7.3 percent) and China (-12.7 percent). Imports fell at a softer 9.6 percent to QAR 9.95 billion, due to lower purchases of electrical apparatus for line telephony and telephone sets (-10.4 percent). Meanwhile, imports of turbojets, turbo propellers & other gas turbines & parts thereof (17.8 percent) increased. Imports dropped from the US (-22.1 percent) and China (-20.1 percent) but increased from Germany (46.1 percent).

2019-06-27
Qatar Trade Surplus Narrows 8.9% YoY in May
The trade surplus in Qatar decreased to QAR 13.56 billion in May of 2019 from QAR 14.88 billion in the corresponding month of the previous year, as exports declined 8.4 percent to QAR 22.75 billion, dragged down by lower sales of petroleum gases and other gaseous hydrocarbons (-6.2 percent); not crude petroleum oils & oils obtained from bituminous minerals (-29.5 percent) while increases were recorded in shipments of crude petroleum oils & oils obtained from bituminous minerals (1.1 percent) .Among major trading partners, exports fell to South Korea (-13.8 percent), India (-19.0 percent) and China (-36.1 percent), but rose to Japan (6.5 percent). Imports fell at a softer 7.6 percent to QAR 9.95 billion, due to lower purchases of motor cars & other motor vehicles (-27.6 percent) and parts of balloons; parts of aircraft & spacecraft (-10.5 percent). Imports dropped from the US (-27.9 percent) and China (-16.1 percent) but increased from the UK (116.1 percent).

কাতার বাণিজ্য শেষ পূর্ববর্তী সর্বোচ্চ অধম ইউনিট
আমদানি ও রপ্তানির মোট মূল্যের পার্থক্য 12502.00 11705.00 98671.00 4795.00 QAR - মিলিয়ন [+]
চলতি হিসাব 1877.00 6200.00 66727.00 -8942.00 QAR - মিলিয়ন [+]
জিডিপিতে কারেন্ট অ্যাকাউন্ট 8.70 3.80 106.80 -31.00 শতাংশ [+]
আমদানি 9673.00 8350.00 28435.00 3911.00 QAR - মিলিয়ন [+]
রপ্তানি 22175.00 19201.00 124265.00 10709.00 QAR - মিলিয়ন [+]
পুঁজির আমদানি 12780.00 5783.00 15937.00 -227805.00 QAR - মিলিয়ন [+]
সোনার মজুদ 42.21 39.10 42.21 0.59 টন [+]
অশোধিত তেল উৎপাদন 1520.00 1520.00 1520.00 539.00 BBL/D/1K [+]
প্রত্যক্ষ বিদেশি বিনিয়োগ 1137.00 -6990.00 3777.00 -6990.00 QAR - মিলিয়ন [+]
টেরোরিজম ইনডেক্স 0.03 0.06 2.23 0.00 [+]
পর্যটন আগমন 1819.00 2256.00 2941.00 309.00 হাজার [+]
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