Datasource: 
Formal external trade in Goods report
Period: 
January, 2023 to December, 2023

Formal External Trade in Goods - 2023

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Formal external trade in Goods report (December 2023)

The deficit in the balance of formal trade in goods was US$ 367.20 million in December 2023, an increase of 20.07 percent compared to the previous month of November. Year-to-year, the formal trade in goods deficit increased by 46.95 percent on the deficit of December 2022.


Formal external trade in Goods report (Q3,2023)

In the third quarter of 2023, Rwanda’s total trade was US$ 2,116.57 million, an increase of 4.34 percent over the third quarter of 2022. Domestic exports were US$ 367.61 million; imports were US$ 1,575.95 million and re-exports were US$ 172.99 million.


Formal external trade in Goods report (November 2023)

The deficit in the balance of formal trade in goods was US$ 305.83 million in November 2023, a decrease of 5.88 percent compared to the previous month of October. Year-to-year, the formal trade in goods deficit increased by 23.12 percent on the deficit of November 2022.


Formal external trade in Goods report (October 2023)

The deficit in the balance of formal trade in goods was US$ 324.93 million in October 2023, a decrease of 14.37 percent compared to the previous month of September. Year-to-year, the formal trade in goods deficit increased by 2.20 percent on the deficit of October 2022.


Formal external trade in Goods report (September 2023)

The deficit in the balance of formal trade in goods was US$ 379.47 million in September 2023, an increase of 12.50 percent compared to the previous month of August. Year-to-year, the formal trade in goods deficit increased by 4.88 percent on the deficit of September 2022.


Formal external trade in Goods report (August 2023)

The deficit in the balance of formal trade in goods was US$ 337.31 million in August 2023, an increase of 6.96 percent compared to the previous month of July. Year-to-year, the formal trade in goods deficit increased by 2 percent on the deficit of August 2022.


Formal external trade in Goods report (Q2,2023)

In the second quarter of 2023, Rwanda’s total trade was US$ 2,197.02 million, an increase of 24.34 percent over the second quarter of 2022. Domestic exports were US$ 484.64 million; imports were US$ 1,548.80 million and re-exports were US$ 164.23 million.


Formal external trade in Goods report (July 2023)

The deficit in the balance of formal trade in goods was US$ 315.37 million in July 2023, an increase of 9.23 per cent compared to the previous month of June. Year-over-year, the formal trade in goods deficit increased by 1.92 per cent on the deficit of July 2022.


Formal external trade in Goods report (June 2023)

The deficit in the balance of formal trade in goods was US$ 288.74 million in June 2023, a decrease of 12.20 per cent compared to the previous month of May. Year-over-year, the formal trade in goods deficit decreased by 1.28 per cent on the deficit of June 2022.


Formal external trade in Goods report (Q1,2023)

In the first quarter of 2023, Rwanda’s total trade was US$ 2,047.02 million, an increase of 38 percent over the first quarter of 2022. Domestic exports were US$ 4,23.89 million; imports were US$ 1,466.90 million and re-exports were US$ 156.23 million.

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