Qatar's foreign trade surplus halved from a year earlier to QR12.24 billion ($3.36 billion) in October because of low oil and natural gas prices, preliminary data from the Ministry of Development Planning and Statistics showed.
Kuwait’s trade surplus fell to a six-year low of KD1.7 billion ($5.6 billion) in the first quarter of 2015, or an annualized 20 per cent of projected GDP in 2015 as oil export revenues continued to tumble, a report said.
Kuwait's foreign trade surplus narrowed 44 per cent from a year earlier to KD3.33 billion dinars ($11.1 billion) in the fourth quarter of 2014, data from the Central Statistical Bureau showed on Monday.
Exports decreased to KD
Qatar foreign trade surplus rose to QR33.2 billion ($9.1 billion) in July from QR32.9 billion a year ago, preliminary data from the Ministry of Development Planning and Statistics showed on Tuesday.
Exports of petroleum gases and
China's trade surplus surged in May, official data showed yesterday, as export growth accelerated sharply while imports showed a surprise fall.
Exports increased seven per cent to $195.47 billion year-on-year, the General Admi
Kuwait’s trade surplus edged down to KD24.3 billion ($86 billion) in 2013 from a record KD25.7 billion the year before due to lower oil export receipts during the year, said a report.
Nevertheless, the surplus – estima
Kuwait's foreign trade surplus widened to 6.4 billion dinars ($22.7 billion) in July-September from a
revised 5.9 billion dinars in the previous quarter, data from the Central Statistical Bureau showed on Sunday.
Kuwait's non-oil GDP is expected to grow at 4.5 per cent in 2014 and 2015 compared to last year's 4 per cent mainly on the back of high oil prices, large fiscal and trade surpluses and government’s vast financial reserve, said a re
Kuwait's trade surplus narrowed to KD5.9 billion ($21 billion) in the first quarter, around KD1.1 billion below the all-time high recorded a year ago due to a combination of lower export receipts and rising imports, said a report.
Bahrain's real gross domestic product (GDP) is estimated to have expanded 3.9 per cent last year from the 1.9 per cent growth seen in 2011, according to a new report.
Even as the oil sector shrank by around 8.5 per cent in 201