All references are to seasonally adjusted series and compared with the March 2009 quarter unless otherwise stated.
- Merchandise export volumes rose 7.0 percent.
- Dairy products (up 23.7 percent) and petroleum and petroleum products (up 62.7 percent, largely due to crude oil), were the main contributors to the rise in total export volumes.
- Merchandise import volumes fell 1.9 percent.
- Intermediate goods volumes, down 8.1 percent, contributed the most to the overall fall in import volumes.