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of great significance or value

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The ex post results for the value of imports confirm the above analysis.
The values of exports and imports grew rapidly and at about the same rate, but net exports fell because die initial value of imports was somewhat higher than the initial value of exports.
During April 2018, $485.9 million worth of import of food items was recorded as compared to the import worth $571.7 million in April 2017, and $514.1 million in March 2018.
* significant levels of imports or import market share;
However, share of import from U.A.E, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait has fallen by 3 percent, 2 percent and 3 percent respectively during July-March 2015-16 as compared to same period last year mainly due to declining oil prices.
The improvement reflected continued rapid growth in merchandise exports, coupled with significant slowing of the growth of imports from the pace recorded in recent years.
This reflects a reduced intake of imported raw materials in our food and beverages companies.
The country's purchases of imported meat jumped by nearly a third in the first two months of the year, with pork accounting for the bulk of the import volume, according to data from the Bureau of Animal Industry (BAI).
According to data compiled by the State Bank of Pakistan (SBP), China was the largest source of imports, followed by the UAE (Dubai), Singapore, Saudi Arabia and USA between July 2017 and May 2018.
Also Pakistan not only imports for domestic consumption but a reasonable portion of the imports go to investment in industries in the form of imported capital equipment and machinery and also the imported intermediate goods which are value added and are exported.
compared to the same period of 2012 Slovenian exports increased by 1.5% while imports decreased by 0.6%; the export/import ratio was 97.0%.Decrease in exports and imports compared to June 2012In June 2013 Slovenia exported goods worth EUR 1,785.8 million and imported goods worth EUR 1,752.6 million, which means that exports represented 101.9% of imports. In June 2013 exports, given in EUR, was 3.0% lower than in June 2012, while imports decreased the June 2012 value of imports by 6.0%.Slovenia's exports to EU Member States in June 2013 worth over EUR 1 billionThe value of trade with EU Member States amounted to EUR 1,248.0 million for dispatches (69.9% of total exports) and EUR 1,345.0 million for arrivals (76.7% of total imports).
Electrical equipment worth SR99 billion topped the list of imported goods followed by automobiles and transportation machineries worth SR73 billion.
In stark contrast, sheet extruders have no fear of imports at all.
The high volumes of imports are a result of strong domestic demand and growing exports.
However, over the past few years, sporadic descriptions of imported falciparum malaria in travelers to these destinations have been described (2,3).