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In 2011, the UK exported goods to the value of £85.3 million to Syria, and imported goods to the value of £20.9 million.
No services trade data are available for 2011. In 2010 the UK exported services to the value of £50 million to Syria and imported services to the value of £30 million from Syria. No product breakdown is available. In 2010 Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs (HMRC) reported total goods exports of £133 million to Syria and total goods imports of £26 million from Syria. It should be noted that HMRC goods and Office for National Statistics (ONS) services trade data are not reported on a wholly consistent basis.
|UK exports to Syria 2011|
|71—Power generating machinery and equipment||12,977,400||15.2|
|54—Medicinal and pharmaceutical products||7,221,300||8.5|
|69—Manufactures of metal n.e.s.||7,047,700||8.3|
|74—General industrial machinery and equipment and machine parts n.e.s.||6,890,300||8.1|
|72—Machinery specialized for particular industries||5,922,700||6.9|
|UK imports from Syria 2011|
|71—Power generating machinery and equipment||5,996,000||28.7|
|26—Textile fibres not manufactured and their waste etc||5,285,400||25.3|
|84—Articles of apparel and clothing accessories||4,505,400||21.5|
|65—Textile yarn, fabrics, made up articles etc||819,000||3.9|
|79—Other transport equipment||724,300||3.5|
|Note: Data are rounded to nearest 100 Source: HMRC Overseas Trade Statistics (Goods), ONS Balance of Payments (Services)|