The value of exported marine products, including wild-caught fish, in January to April was close to 118 billion krónur, compared to 81 billion in the same part of 2020.
The value of exported agricultural products, including farmed fish, in January to April was around 20 billion krónur, compared to 11 billion in the same part of 2020.
The value of exported industrial products, including aluminium, was up by 75 percent, standing at 175 billion krónur in January to April this year, and just 99 billion in the same part of 2020. The world aluminium price has roughly doubled in that time.
Indeed, the value of exports is dictated by various factor that include how much is physically exported, but also world market prices (often in dollars or euros), and the exchange rate of the Icelandic króna.