Foreign trade statistics of France
Publication date: 21 September 2018, GMT
Reporting period: 2013 - 2018-07 - 2019
3.56 million timeseries
Time period
Commodities
Reporter
Partner
Trade flow
Indicator
Actual | Forecast

Parts and accessories (other than covers, carrying cases and the like) suitable for use solely or principally with machines of heading 8469 to 8472, n.e.s. - Imports and Exports - Japan - Trade value, EUR - Foreign trade statistics of France

Settings
Download
Expand
Collapse
Hidden fields
Columns
Rows
Group fields
Filter fields
Region field
Values
X Axis
Dimensions
Y Axis
Y Axis Dimension
Left Y axis
Right Y Axis
Options
Settings
Download
Expand
Collapse
Hidden fields
Columns
Rows
Group fields
Filter fields
Region field
Values
X Axis
Dimensions
Y Axis
Y Axis Dimension
Left Y axis
Right Y Axis
Options

The General Directorate of Customs and Indirect Rights of France establishes a trade balance covering trade in goods. Information on trade in goods is collected on the basis of trade declarations of goods (DEB) for trade with other 27 EU member states and customs declarations (DAU) of trade with other countries (so-called third parties). Each month, the statistical fee covers the reporting month (the publication month), and also includes corrections and enrichments related to previous months. The statistical territory of France includes mainland France (including the free zones of the Gex and Haute Savoie regions), Corsica, other French coastal islands, the Principality of Monaco and the French Overseas Departments (DOM). Overseas Territories (TOM) are not part of the statistical territory of France. The foreign trade statistics of France are compiled in accordance with the so-called "special trade" method. This means that only goods entering or leaving the national economy are considered, except for goods that are imported and then re-exported as is. Import is the aggregate volume of imports coming directly to the domestic economy (intended for direct domestic consumption or for processing) and goods withdrawn from customs warehouses for consumption. Export includes the export of domestic goods, that is, goods produced or produced in whole or in part in the country, as well as the re-export of foreign goods after processing in France. The statistics exclude, in particular:  - repair, temporary entry, bunkering, placement in the customs warehouse of goods other than oil, transit, etc .;  - flows associated with certain goods, such as military equipment, money gold, means of payment and the cost of legal tender, launch vehicles for space vehicles;  - export of operators within the EU that are not subject to statistical reporting obligations (operators whose annual cumulative shipments - sales to EU partners - are below the threshold of 460 000 euros);  - import of operators within the EU that are not subject to the statistical reporting obligation (operators whose annual cumulation of acquisitions - purchases from partners from the EU) are below the € 460,000 threshold. To determine the statistical value of each product, the concept of the market value of the goods is used, and not the value of the transaction. This amount does not include the sum of any taxes related to foreign trade (customs duties, VAT, refunds, export taxes, excises, etc.). For the foreign trade of France, the value of trade is taken into account when crossing the border. The cost is expressed in euros. The goods are mainly characterized on the basis of net weight. Net weight - the mass of goods without packaging, as well as accompanying liquids and other preservatives. Weight is expressed in kilograms. Imports and exports forecasts are performed by TrendEconomy experts using mathematical algorithms with seasonal adjustments.