Northern Ireland businesses increased สล็อต168 the value of their external sales by 3.3% to £23bn in 2019, official figures suggest.
Great Britain remained the biggest external market with sales of £11.3bn, up nearly 7% on 2018.
That consisted of £6.8bn in goods and £4.5bn in services.
The biggest export market remained the Republic of Ireland with sales up 10% to £4.5bn. In 2014, the figure was £3.5bn.
Sales to Great Britain have been volatile in recent years with the closure of some factories, particularly JTI in Ballymena, leading to a significant fall in the value of goods sold, partially mitigated by a rise in services sold.
Compared to 2014, total sales to GB were down 13% from £13bn to £11.3bn.
Flows of trade between Northern Ireland, the Republic of Ireland and Great Britain have become politically sensitive in the post-Brexit era.
The NI Protocol keeps Northern Ireland in the EU's single market for goods allowing trade to flow freely across the Irish border.
But it has created a new trade border in the Irish Sea, causing some difficulties in moving goods from Great Britain to Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.