17 January 2011 12:51 [Source: ICIS news]
SINGAPORE (ICIS)--Singapore’s exports of petrochemicals jumped 30.4% year on year to S$1.29bn ($1bn) in December 2010 as overall non-oil domestic exports (NODX) to most of the city-state’s top ten trading partners rose, official figures showed on Monday.
Exports of chemicals and chemical products grew 14.5% year on year to S$3.69bn in December, International Enterprise ?xml:namespace>
Overall, the city state’s NODX grew 9.4% to S$14.4bn.
Non-oil exports to all of
Exports of primary chemicals and petrochemicals to China rose 51% and 16% year on year respectively while shipments of petrochemicals to the EU 27 surged.
Petrochemical shipments to
Shipments of primary chemicals to
The city-state's major NODX partners are the
Non-electronic NODX expanded 16% year on year to S$9.27bn in December 2010, IE Singapore said, led by petrochemicals, specialised machinery and measuring instruments.
($1 = S$1.29)
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