Exporting Northern Ireland Services Study (Experimental)
Latest Results - Published 29th May 2013
- The total value of service exports in the sectors covered to date by the survey was estimated to be £495.4 million in 2011, an increase of 11.9% compared to the revised 2010 estimate of £443.3 million.
- The improvement was driven mainly by an increase in service exports from the Manufacturing sector, which increased by 28.8% (£14.5 million), from £50.2 million in 2010 to £64.7 million in 2011.
- The export of services in the Construction industry rose by 20.2% (£30.9 million), from a revised estimate of £152.9 million in 2010 to £183.8 million in 2011.
- The number of Construction companies employing 10 or more employees varies from year to year; 985 in 2008, 1,000 in 2009, 709 in 2010 and 666 in 2011. This can fluctuate due to a number of factors, namely closure of a company, change of industrial activity (SIC) or a company’s employees shifting above or below the 10 employee threshold.
The survey results published in this report are designated experimental in nature to reflect the fact that survey development is ongoing.
Exporting Northern Ireland Services - Data Tables to 2011
|Table 1||Value of Exports Made by High Export Potential Companies: 2003 - 2011 (£ million)||12 kb|
|Table 2||Proportion of Exports Made by Sectors in the High Export Potential Companies: 2003 - 2011||11 kb|
|Table 3||Destination of Exports Made by High Export Potential Companies in 2004 - 2011 by Sector||15 kb|