The graphic represents the exports/imports of the EU27 to/from India, broken down by SITC (Standard International Trade Classification) product group.
The bar chart shows the evolution of exports/imports over the years 2010 to 2012. The pie chart shows the division of total exports/imports in 2012, broken down by SITC code. The tables under the two graphs list the top five products.
The share has been calculated based on extra-EU trade, i.e. excluding trade between Member States, and taking account only of trade between the EU, as a whole, and the rest of the world. Variations between figure 2 and 3 are due to data coming from different sources and currency conversion.
To explain the graph, total EU exports to India amounted to €38.5 billion in 2012. In terms of product groups, the EU exported €14.6 billion of transport equipment, which represents 38% of all EU exports to India. The top product exported is diamonds (other than industrial diamonds, unworked or simply sawn, cleaved or bruted) with a value of €7.2 billion which represents 57% of all EU exports of this product to the world. The top products refer to SITC codes with five digits, the lower level of classification. The codes are 66722, 79240, 68113, 28239 and 78439 for exports and 33460, 66729, 78120, 85148 and 54293 for imports).