In the first half of 2021, the exports of goods from Austria amounted to a total of €80.35 bn, according to preliminary results by Statistics Austria. With more than one quarter, Upper Austria had the largest share in the overall Austrian exports (€21.11 bn, 26.3%). Styria was the federal state with the second highest export values (€12.94 bn or 16.1%), followed by Lower Austria (€11.80 bn or 14.7%). In the first half year of 2021 the imports of Austria totaled €85.60 bn. With a value of €21.11 bn, Vienna had the highest share on the import side (24.7%), followed by Upper Austria (€16.91 bn or 19.8%) and Lower Austria (€14.01 bn or 16.4%).
In the period January to December 2020 (final results) most imports were registered in Vienna (€35.43 bn, 24.5%). Upper Austria (€28.23 bn, 19.5%) and Lower Austria (€23.34 bn, 16.2%) recorded the second and third highest import shares. Upper Austria recorded the largest share in the overall Austrian exports (€36.72 bn, 25.8%), followed by Styria (€22.39 bn, 15.7%) and Lower Austria (€20.83 bn, 14.6%).
Currently, regional foreign trade data by federal
states are available for the years 2010
Starting with reporting year 2010, Statistics Austria compiles on behalf of the Austrian Chamber of Commerce (WKO) and the nine Austrian federal states regionalized foreign trade data by federal states. In order to calculate statistically reliable regional foreign trade data which are in compliance with the principles of the national official statistical institution, individual records are matched and reassigned by resorting to already existing data sources.
|Results (overview): Regional foreign trade by federal states, 1st half-year 2021 (preliminary results)|
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