The below Parliamentary question was asked by Andrew Rosindell on 2016-02-02.
To ask the Secretary of State for Scotland, what the value of the most recent trade surplus or deficit between Scotland and the EU.
The trade position of a country reflects exports minus imports and includes goods and services. This comprehensive measure is only available for the UK as a whole. HMRC regional trade statistics provides just a partial picture of Scotland’s trade performance as it only takes account of goods and not services. According to the latest available data, Scotland’s trade performance on goods for the year including Q3 2015 with the EU shows a surplus, with a recorded value of £2.1 billion.