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For imports of services, the biggest increases were for insurance services, computer and information and government. For exports and imports of services the most important growth between 2001 and 2002 was from far for insurance services. The OECD Secretariat released in 2003 a publication presenting total trade in services, transportation, travel, other commercial services and government services data broken down by partner country, for 26 OECD Member countries plus the EU and the euro area, for the years 1999, 2000 and 2001.
5% of the current account debits. 70 trillion USD. The relatively minor role for services in international trade is in contrast to the contribution of services in the domestic economies of Member countries, where the proportion of total value-added contributed by services is around 70% and rising. Le rôle relativement mineur des services dans le commerce international contraste avec la part des services dans les économies nationales des pays Membres où les services représentent environ 70% de la valeur ajoutée totale et cette part augmente.
The following table shows the balance of payments items compensation of employees and workers’ remittances for OECD countries in 2002 as well as the EU, World totals, and international organizations. For compensation of employees the leading OECD receiving countries are France, Belgium and Germany and the main source countries US, Switzerland and Germany. 7bn USD. OECD credits are 69% of the World total and OECD debits 71% of the World total. For workers remittances, which reflect longer term migrant workers activity, Mexico, Spain and Portugal are the main receiving countries in OECD, while US, Germany and France are the main sources of payments amongst OECD Members.