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Israel's Polished Exports -26% in First Nine Months of 2012

22 october 2012

Israel’s polished diamond exports fell 26 percent year on year to $4.34 billion during the first nine months of 2012, according to the Ministry of Industry, Trade and Labor, cited by Rapaport.
Shmuel Mordechai, Israel’s diamond controller, noted that the pace of decline eased in the third quarter after a dramatic drop in polished exports and rough imports during the second quarter of the year. The ministry had not presented separate third quarter data at press time.
During the period January to September 2012, polished imports decreased by 26 percent to $3.08 billion. Israel net polished exports, representing the excess of exports over imports, fell 24 percent to $1.26 billion.
Rough imports dropped 25 percent to $2.65 billion and rough imports declined 31 percent to $2.07 billion. Net rough imports, representing imports less exports, increased 8 percent to $578 million.
Israel’s net diamond account, which is total polished and rough exports less total imports, dropped 40 percent to $679 million during the period.