In the second quarter of 2023, selected countries experienced mixed growth rates in exports. After low export levels in the second quarter of 2022, Switzerland’s exports have been almost 14% higher, although they suffered from a decrease of 2.5% relative to the previous quarter. France experienced an increase in exports of 4.59% relative to 2022, which has been partially driven by a rise in exports of 2.74% compared to 2023-Q1. Other countries experienced little growth, or even contractions, in export levels. Among OECD countries, exports decreased by 0.9% relative to the previous quarter, but are 0.6% above their level of the previous year.