Table 2: Summary of descriptive statistics for each variable.


Variables
IMEXENERGYOILCOAL

Mean14,344.0714,697.778,612,447.003,534,980.00608,598.60
Median14,162.3014,047.778,732,205.003,597,263.00610,022.50
Maximum19,304.8323,346.0810,767,180.004,520,889.00817,602.00
Minimum8,873.386,682.425,835,672.002,496,122.00405,642.00
Std. dev.2,438.754,183.411,165,938.00470,136.1089,032.28
Skewness−0.110.17−0.34−0.240.13
Kurtosis2.061.862.272.142.48
Jarque-Bera5.618.455.935.822.02

VariablesGASEX_IEX_HIEX_NHI

Mean196,386.7014,477.8311,331.663,145.34
Median193,052.5013,807.7011,277.063,228.32
Maximum265,803.0023,160.2919,793.934,061.47
Minimum161,029.006,453.433,894.201,933.31
Std. dev.18,147.554,211.124,225.56350.29
Skewness0.670.170.16−0.90
Kurtosis3.521.861.783.99
Jarque-Bera12.538.459.5625.09

Note: IM is total imports; EX is total exports; ENERGY is total energy consumption; OIL is oil and petroleum products consumption; COAL is coal and coal products consumption; GAS is natural gas consumption; EXI is the export value of the industrial sector; EX_HI is the export value of heavy-chemical industrial products; EX_NHI is the export value of non-heavy-chemical industrial products.