Hong Kong’s Top 10 Imports

Hong Kong imports amounted to US$547.6 billion in 2015, up 7.2% since 2011 but down -8.8% from 2014 to 2015. Hong Kong’s top 10 imports accounted for over four-fifths (84.8%) of the overall value of its product purchases from other countries. Hong Kong imports represent 2.9% of total global imports which totaled $18.729 trillion. From […]

Cars Imports by Country

Global purchases of imported cars in 2015 totaled US$678.4 billion. Overall, the value of cars imports for all importing countries was up by an average 6.2% since 2011 when international car imports were valued at $639 billion. From a continental perspective, European Union members accounted for the highest dollar worth of imported cars during 2015 […]

Top Russian Trade Balances

Crude and refined oil, petroleum gases and, to a lesser extent, coal were major factors behind Russia’s highest trade surpluses by product. Netherlands and South Korea placed first and second respectively among trade partners with which Russia experienced the highest positive trade balances. Russia’s overall trade surplus for all products equaled US$161.1 billion in 2015, […]

UK Major Trade Balances with America

United States of America is the United Kingdom’s second-biggest trade partner after the European Union. UK’s exports to the US totaled US$69.3 billion in 2015, up by 10.2% over the five-year period starting in 2011. Great Britain’s imports from America amounted to $58.1 billion, down by -6.3% since 2011. Overall, the UK generated a $11.3 […]

Top Canadian Trade Balances

Trucks, auto parts, smartphones and other technology commodities were major factors behind Canada’s highest product trade deficits during 2015. China and Mexico placed first and second respectively among trade partners with which Canada experienced the highest negative trade balances. Canada’s overall trade deficit for all products equaled -US$10.3 billion in 2015, up sharply from -$149.5 […]

Top Mexican Trade Balances

Refined petroleum, integrated circuits and microassemblies were major factors behind Mexico’s highest trade deficits by product. China and Japan placed first and second respectively among trade partners with which Mexico experienced the highest negative trade balances. Mexico’s overall trade deficit for all products equaled -US$14.5 billion in 2015, up by 855.2% from -$1.4 billion for […]

Mexico’s Top Trading Partners

Officially named the United Mexican States, Mexico shares its northern border with the United States and parts of its south-eastern perimeter with Guatemala and Belize. Mexico shipped US$380.8 billion worth of products around the globe in 2015. That figure represents roughly 2% of overall global exports estimated at $18.686 trillion. From a continental perspective, 84% […]

Cotton Imports by Country

The overall value of cotton imports by country amounted to US$50.8 billion during 2015. That figure represents a -26.2% decline in value for imported cotton purchases over the five-year period starting in 2011. Year over year, global cotton imports depreciated by -11.6% from 2014 to 2015. The two-digit Harmonized Tariff System code for cotton is […]