2.8 billion dinars trade exchanges between Jordan and the Gulf Cooperation Council countries in half a year

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The total volume of trade exchange between Jordan and the Gulf Cooperation Council countries increased in the first half of this year to reach 2.804 billion dinars, compared to 2.044 billion dinars for the same period last year 2021.


According to statistical data monitored by the Jordan News Agency (Petra), the Kingdom's exports to the Gulf Cooperation Council countries increased during the first half of this year to 635 million dinars, compared to 612 million dinars for the same period last year.


The Kingdom's imports from the Gulf Cooperation Council countries (Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain and the Sultanate of Oman) also increased in the first half of this year, reaching 2.169 billion dinars, compared to 1.432 billion dinars for the same period last year.


The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia came on the list of the top countries for trade exchange between the Kingdom and the countries of the Gulf Cooperation Council in the first half of this year, bringing the volume of trade exchange between the two countries to about 1.850 billion dinars, compared to the same period last year, which amounted to 1.427 billion dinars.


The value of Jordanian exports to Saudi Arabia in the first half of this year amounted to about 390 million dinars, while the Kingdom's imports amounted to about 1.460 billion dinars, and thus the trade balance deficit with the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia amounted in the first half of this year to about 1.070 billion dinars.


Among the most prominent Jordanian goods exported to Saudi Arabia are meat, offal and chopped limbs, bird eggs, roasted coffee, preparations and preserved items of beef, sugar products, cocoa preparations and powder, chocolate and food preparations, shell fruits and ice cream.


The imports are concentrated in petroleum products and their derivatives, iron flat rolls, dairy, cream and cheese, various types of milk, buttermilk, fresh and dried dates, corn starch, soybean oil and its fractions, vegetable oils, animal and vegetable fats and fats.


According to statistical data that was based on official figures, the volume of trade exchange with the United Arab Emirates, during the first half of this year, amounted to about 679 million dinars.


The data indicated that the value of Jordanian exports to the UAE amounted to about 87 million dinars, while our imports amounted to about 592 million dinars, and thus the trade balance deficit with the UAE reached about 505 million dinars in the first half of this 


Cheese, vegetables and fruits, dried dates, spices and mixtures of spices, olive oil, preparations and preserved items of meat, sugar products, chocolate, and pasta are among our main exports to the UAE.


As for petroleum products and their derivatives, paints of various types, fish and seafood, animal and vegetable products from dairy, milk and cheese, legumes, dried dates, dried grapes, roasted coffee, seeds, some spices, products and preparations of the chemical industry, polyethylene, in addition to polymers Propylene is one of our most important imports from the UAE.


The trade exchange between Jordan and Qatar in the first half of this year amounted to about 65 million dinars, as the value of our exports to Qatar amounted to about 55 million dinars, while our imports recorded about 10 million dinars. In the first half of this year.


The Kingdom’s exports to Qatar are in fresh and manufactured food products and products, such as various types of vegetables and fruits, meat, all kinds of dates, fresh cheese and milk, meat, poultry, grains, sweets, cakes of all kinds, rice, juices, nuts, all kinds of oils, herbs, and honey. , birds, Jordanian coffee, and eggs.

Jordan's imports are concentrated from Qatar; With various chemicals, such as car oils, sulfonic acid, luterin, aluminum briquettes, paraffin, polyethylene, iron rods, chemical fertilizers of various types and uses, plastic bags, car engine oils, organic fertilizers, medical solutions, in addition to some commodities and food products.


The volume of trade exchange between Jordan and Kuwait in the first half of this year amounted to about 111 million dinars, as the value of our exports to Kuwait reached 59 million dinars, while the value of our imports amounted to 52 million dinars, and thus the Kingdom's trade balance has achieved a surplus of 7 million dinars.


Animal and vegetable products, whether from bird eggs, dairy, cheese, jameed, vegetables and fruits, types of dried dates, seeds and spices, sugar products, chocolate, pastries and cakes of all kinds, feed concentrates and preparations, are the Kingdom's most important exports to Kuwait.


While petroleum products and their derivatives from natural gas and oils, oxygen gas, sodium hydroxide, carbon dioxide, polyethylene, organic solvents and thinners, papers of all kinds, in addition to boxes and boxes made of cardboard, are Jordan's main imports from Kuwait.


The volume of intra-trade between the Kingdom and the Sultanate of Oman in the first half of this year amounted to about 40 million dinars.


The data showed that the value of Jordanian exports to Oman amounted to 23 million dinars, while the volume of imports from Oman in the first half of this year reached 17 million dinars, with the Kingdom's trade balance recording a surplus of 6 million dinars.


Among the most prominent Jordanian commodities exported to Oman are food and agricultural products such as vegetables, fruits and seeds, medicines, fertilizers and paints, ornaments and jewellery, animal and vegetable products, trees, spices, olive oil, preparations and varieties of meat, sugar products and chocolate.


Jordan's imports from Oman include steel and its products, bottles and flasks, sewing threads, polyethylene, pipes and tubes, mustard flour, mixtures and food preparations of fats, sardines and tuna.


With regard to the Kingdom's intra-trade with Bahrain, the exchange between the two countries in the first half of this year amounted to about 59 million dinars.


And Jordanian exports to Bahrain in the first half of this year amounted to about 21 million dinars, compared to 38 million dinars in imports. Thus, the trade balance deficit during the first half of this year will be about 17 million dinars.


Among the most important Jordanian products exported to Bahrain are food products from vegetables and fruits, animal and vegetable products and preparations, skin care products, books and publications.


The Kingdom’s imports from Bahrain are concentrated in fish and seafood, cheese, spice mixes, sweet biscuits, prepared potatoes, mineral water, oil or diesel gas, carbon dioxide, and cosmetics, in addition to wooden cable reels.
 
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