January - April 2021: the value of EU agri-food exports surpasses the value in January - April 2020.
After a slow start for agri-food trade in 2021, March has seen a sharp increase both in terms of exports and imports.
The first two months of 2021 saw an increase in the EU’s agri-food trade surplus, striking a positive note amidst a challenging trade environment.
Although COVID-19 and Brexit impacted both export and import values, January 2021 saw the EU record a slight increase in its agri-food trade surplus.
Despite the difficult global trading environment, EU agri-food trade maintained a stable growth throughout 2020.
The agreement protects iconic European and Chinese agri-food names against imitation and usurpation in both regions.
Despite the challenges of COVID-19, January-November 2020 saw small and stable rises in both agri-food imports and exports when compared to same period in
The EU agri-food trade surplus stood at almost €50 billion during the first ten months of 2020, thanks to small but steady growths in exports and imports.
EU agri-food exports and imports continued to grow during the first eight months of 2020, contributing to a strong surplus in the balance of trade.
The Commission published the latest monthly trade report on EU27 agri-food trade, including the latest data for January- July 2020.