UK exports are not showing signs of slowing down;latest HMRC data shows every nation in the UK has broken its record for goods exports.
In the 12 months to Q2 2019, goods exports in England increased by 2.7% to £252.0bn; in Scotland by 14.5% to £34bn; in Wales by 6.8% to £17.7bn; and in Northern Ireland by 6.8% to £9.1bn.
During the last year, demand for Scottish goods imports to China increased by 213.8% to £3.4bn. Exports from Northern Ireland to the U.S. increased by 12.9% to £1.1bn.
London and the East Midlands helped drive export growth in England; exports increased by 10.1% to £40.5bn and 9.3% to £23.5bn respectively.