The two tabs below show the breakdown of annual figures for cross-border Goods and Services on the island.
In these charts you will find cross-border trade data and trends for manufacturing sectors.
For an analysis of the levels of aggregate and sectoral cross-border trade between Ireland and Northern Ireland, see InterTradeIreland’s report ‘A Gravity Model Approach to Estimating the Expected Volume of North/South Trade’ (2009).
South to North
North to South
Food drink and tobacco
Chemicals and chemical products
Non metallic mineral products
Basic metals and products
Rubber and plastic products
Pulp paper and publishing
Wood and wood products
Textiles clothing leather
Electric and optical equipment
Manufacturing not elsewhere
Data for Ireland is sourced from CSO. Data for Northern Ireland is sourced from DETI.
Rollover the chart to see the amount (in millions) of cross-border trade in each of the manufacturing sectors. Use the drop-down controls to refine data by currency and sector. To select year ranges use the slider control. You can access the underlying data and copy the graph(s) using the links below.
|Food drink and tobacco|
|Textiles clothing leather|
|Wood and wood products|
|Pulp paper and publishing|
|Chemicals and chemical products|
|Rubber and plastic products|
|Non metallic mineral products|
|Basic metals and-products|
|Electrical and optical equipment|
|Manufacturing not elsewhere|