21 October 2013 17:30 [Source: ICIS news]
LONDON (ICIS)--Net methanol imports to the EU during the combined period of July and August 2013 were largely unchanged from a year previously, data from European statistics agency Eurostat showed this week.
Net imports during July decreased by 14% year on year. However, this trend was reversed during August, when net imports increased by 19% year on year.
The net change year on year for the two months combined was an increase of just 1%.
|EU Methanol Imports and Exports (tonnes)|
|Change year-on-year||-84,652 (-15%)||-3,182 (-64%)||-81,470 (-14%)|
|Change year-on-year||82,872 (17%)||-9,050 (91%)||91,922 (19%)|
|Change year-on-year||-1,781 (0%)||-12,232 (-82%)||10,451 (1%)|
Eurostat import/export data is subject to revision as more detailed information becomes available.
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