World’s Top Exports Report Card for Products and Countries

World's top exports

World’s top exports

Worldwide export sales were US$17.585 trillion in 2017 based on International Trade Centre statistics (as of November 24, 2018). That global export metric reflects a -6.9% slowdown from 2013. Year-over-year, worldwide export sales appreciated by 10.7% from 2016 to 2017.

In this analysis, we look at the latest statistics surrounding the world’s top exports to identify the products that most heavily galvanized international sales as well as looking the most successful exporting countries.

Note that the product categories are at the four-digit Harmonized Tariff System (HTS) code level in tariff manuals. This level of granularity helps analysts to better spot microeconomic trends and opportunities around the globe.

World’s Top Exports Report Card for Products

Below are the 20 export products that attracted the highest dollar value in sales during 2017, with crude oil overtaking cars for the number one position in terms of overall exports by value.

  1. Crude oil: $843.8 billion (Down -46% from 2013)
  2. Cars: $749.2 billion (Up 10.6%)
  3. Processed petroleum oils: $658.2 billion (Down -37%)
  4. Integrated circuits/microassemblies: $623.5 billion (Up 23.8%)
  5. Phone system devices including smartphones: $562.4 billion (Up 17.7%)
  6. Automobile parts/accessories: $388.7 billion (Up 6.6%)
  7. Computers, optical readers: $334.1 billion (Down -3%)
  8. Medication mixes in dosage: $328.5 billion (Up 0.6%)
  9. Gold (unwrought): $321.3 billion (Down -32.8%)
  10. Petroleum gases: $272.2 billion (Down -40.2%)
  11. Blood fractions (including antisera): $156.4 billion (Up 37.7%)
  12. Trucks: $130.5 billion (Up 6.3%)
  13. Diamonds (unmounted/unset): $130.1 billion (Down -15.4%)
  14. Computer parts, accessories: $124.9 billion (Down -2.5%)
  15. Insulated wire/cable: $119.5 billion (Up 5.3%)
  16. Aircraft, spacecraft: $117.7 billion (Down -1.2%)
  17. Electro-medical equip (e.g. xrays): $117.5 billion (Up 10.8%)
  18. Turbo-jets: $116.1 billion (Up 18%)
  19. Solar power diodes/semi-conductors: $109.3 billion (Up 6.1%)
  20. Coal, solid fuels made from coal: $107.5 billion (Down -4%)

Looking at the world’s top 20 exported goods using a more short-term lens, the fastest-growing product from 2016 to 2017 was coal-related fuels via its 49.3% increase in value.

In second place were exports of petroleum gases, up by 44.1%. International sales of crude oil appreciated by 32.3% year over year trailed by refined petroleum oils (up 29.6%), blood fractions including antisera (up 20.5%), integrated circuits or microassemblies (up 19.4%), computer parts and accessories (up 16.7%) then turbo-jets (up 13.3%).

Three top export products declined in value from 2016 namely aircraft and spacecraft (down -4.7%), gold (down -4.5%) and diamonds (down -2.6%).

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RankProduct2017 Export SalesSince 2013
1.Crude oil$843.8 billion-46%
2.Cars$749.2 billion+10.6%
3.Processed petroleum oils$658.2 billion-37%
4.Integrated circuits/microassemblies$623.5 billion+23.8%
5.Phone system devices including smartphones$562.4 billion+17.7%
6.Automobile parts/accessories$388.7 billion+6.6%
7.Computers, optical readers$334.1 billion-3%
8.Medication mixes in dosage$328.5 billion+0.6%
9.Gold (unwrought)$321.3 billion-32.8%
10.Petroleum gases$272.2 billion-40.2%
11.Blood fractions (including antisera)$156.4 billion+37.7%
12.Trucks$130.5 billion+6.3%
13.Diamonds (unmounted/unset)$130.1 billion-15.4%
14.Computer parts, accessories$124.9 billion-2.5%
15.Insulated wire/cable$119.5 billion+5.3%
16.Aircraft, spacecraft$117.7 billion-1.2%
17.Electro-medical equipment (e.g. xrays)$117.5 billion+10.8%
18.Turbo-jets$116.1 billion+18%
19.Solar power diodes/semi-conductors$109.3 billion+6.1%
20.Coal, solid fuels made from coal$107.5 billion-4%
21.Jewelry$106.1 billion-5.9%
22.Lower-voltage switches, fuses$101.7 billion+6.4%
23.Printing machinery$94.5 billion-14.2%
24.Iron ores, concentrates$93 billion-33.6%
25.Electrical converters/power units$92.8 billion-5.6%
26.TV receivers/monitors/projectors$92.4 billion-5%
27.Aircraft parts$88.9 billion+32.4%
28.Taps, valves, similar appliances$86.3 billion-0.4%
29.Miscellaneous furniture$84.5 billion+1.5%
30.Miscellaneous machinery$79.7 billion+14.3%
31.Liquid crystal/laser/optical tools$77.1 billion-22.9%
32.Ethylene polymers$77 billion-2.6%
33.Machinery for making semi-conductors$76.6 billion+78.9%
34.Seats (excluding barber/dentist chairs)$76.6 billion+11.9%
35.Cruise/cargo ships, barges$76.3 billion-8.4%
36.Rubber tires (new)$75.8 billion-12.9%
37.Miscellaneous plastic items$72.6 billion+5.1%
38.Air or vacuum pumps$71.1 billion-3.5%
39.Piston engine parts$66.8 billion-2.2%
40.Cases, handbags, wallets$65.5 billion+7.7%
41.Women's clothing (not knit or crochet)$64.8 billion+14.6%
42.TV/radio/radar device parts$63.5 billion+7.8%
43.Centrifuges, filters and purifiers$62.7 billion+8.9%
44.Electrical/optical circuit boards, panels$61.6 billion+17.8%
45.Liquid pumps and elevators$61.6 billion-4.3%
46.Copper ores, concentrates$58.3 billion+10.2%
47.Soya beans$58.1 billion+1.1%
48.Heterocyclics, nucleic acids$57.6 billion-13.1%
49.Refined copper, unwrought alloys$57.5 billion-19%
50.Plastic plates, sheets, film, tape, strips$55.8 billion-0.6%
51.Orthopedic appliances$55.4 billion+13.1%
52.Transmission shafts, gears, clutches$55 billion+3.2%
53.Machinery parts$54.3 billion-25.4%
54.Polyacetal/ether/carbonates$53.8 billion-3.4%
55.Footwear (leather)$52.6 billion-5.3%
56.Electric motors, generators$52.2 billion+8.1%
57.Aluminum (unwrought)$52.2 billion+22.4%
58.Plastic packing goods, lids, caps$52.1 billion+1.5%
59.Jerseys, pullovers (knit or crochet)$51.8 billion+3.7%
60.Lamps, lighting, illuminated signs$51.8 billion+11.5%
61.Electrical machinery$51 billion+19.3%
62.Unrecorded sound media$50.6 billion+0.4%
63.Flat-rolled coated/plated iron/non-alloy steel products$50.1 billion+0.04%
64.Printed circuits$49.7 billion+5.9%
65.Tractors$49.7 billion-8.9%
66.Beauty/makeup/skin care preparations$49.4 billion+36.7%
67.Men's suits, trousers (not knit or crochet)$48.7 billion+8.3%
68.Engines (diesel)$48.3 billion-6.9%
69.Miscellaneous iron and steel structures$47.9 billion-5.4%
70.Electric storage batteries$47.7 billion+32.5%
71.Piston engines$47.6 billion+4.2%
72.Hot-rolled iron or non-alloy steel products$47.5 billion-6.8%
73.Miscellaneous iron or steel items$46.9 billion+1.6%
74.Electric water heaters, hair dryers$46.5 billion+9.1%
75.Other measuring/testing machines$44.8 billion+23%
76.Cyclic hydrocarbons$44.7 billion-29.5%
77.Air conditioners$44.4 billion+6%
78.Models, puzzles, miscellaneous toys$44.2 billion+41.6%
79.T-shirts, vests (knit or crochet)$44.2 billion+4.3%
80.Refrigerators, freezers$42.9 billion+1.3%
81.Physical/chemical analysis tools$42.7 billion+13%
82.Propylene/olefin polymers$41.6 billion-8.9%
83.Microphones/headphones/amps$41 billion+23.3%
84.Heavy machinery (bulldozers, excavators, road rollers)$40.4 billion-8.2%
85.Footwear (textile)$40.4 billion+82.2%
86.Other food preparations$39 billion+13%
87.Wheat$39 billion-20.7%
88.Sawn wood$38.6 billion+9.4%
89.TV receiver/transmit/digital cameras$38.4 billion-21.9%
90.Temperature-change machines$38.4 billion-0.3%
91.Chemical industry products/residuals$38.3 billion-10.3%
92.Iron and steel screws, bolts, nuts, washers$37.3 billion+7.4%
93.Footwear (rubber or plastic)$37.2 billion+8.3%
94.Regulate/control instruments$37 billion+4.7%
95.Electric circuit parts, fuses, switches$36 billion-0.2%
96.Wine $35.4 billion+1.5%
97.Women's clothing (knit or crochet)$35.3 billion-21.5%
98.Packaged insecticides/fungicides/herbicides$34.5 billion+3.6%
99.Palm oil$34.2 billion+1.9%
100.Iron or steel scrap$34 billion-20%
101.Bread, biscuits, cakes, pastries$33.5 billion+9.1%
102.Coffee$32.5 billion+14.9%
103.Ball, roller bearings$32.3 billion-2.2%
104.Flat-rolled other alloy steel products$32 billion+29.9%
105.Base metal mountings, fittings$31.9 billion+12.9%
106.Electrical lighting/signaling equpment, defrosters$31.8 billion+27.9%
107.Table games, bowling equipment$31.5 billion+34%
108.Light vessels, fire boats, floating docks$31.3 billion-16.9%
109.Aluminum plates, sheets, strips$30.8 billion+6.5%
110.Cheese, curd$30.6 billion-5.4%
111.Optical fibers, cables$30.5 billion+2.1%
112.Alcohol (including spirits, liqueurs)$30.2 billion-4.4%
113.Swine meat$30.1 billion-3%
114.Corn$29.9 billion-15.3%
115.Other organic cleaning preparations$29.9 billion+0.7%
116.Electrical energy$29.9 billion-12.5%
117.Flat-rolled stainless steel items$29.8 billion+3.1%
118.Sugar (cane or beet)$29.8 billion-7.7%
119.Dishwashers, bottle clean/drying machines$29.3 billion-1%
120.Chemical woodpulp (non-dissolving)$29.2 billion+4%
121.Crustaceans (including lobsters)$29.2 billion+26.5%
122.Lifting/loading machinery$29 billion+9.4%
123.Miscellaneous animal feed preparations$28.3 billion+6.9%
124.Cigars/cigarellos, cigarettes$27.9 billion+5.6%
125.Acyclic alcohols$27.8 billion-16.9%
126.Chocolate, other cocoa preparations$27.8 billion+5%
127.Rubber/plastic article making machines$27.4 billion+10.9%
128.Coated paper$26.9 billion-12.8%
129.Platinum (unwrought)$26.7 billion-3.8%
130.Electrical capacitators$26.6 billion-3.7%
131.Wrist/pocket watches (no precious metal case)$26.5 billion-4%
132.Ferro-alloys$26.4 billion+8.1%
133.Plastic plates, sheets, film, tape, strips$26 billion+4.3%
134.Vulcanized rubber items$26 billion+3.8%
135.Poultry meat$25.8 billion-7.4%
136.Trailers$25.5 billion+7.8%
137.Synthetic rubber$25.5 billion+10.9%
138.Synthetic yarn woven fabrics$25.4 billion-3.8%
139.Other diagnostic/lab reagents$25 billion+11.4%
140.Sports equipment$25 billion+3.3%
141.Motorcycles$24.6 billion+18%
142.Coal tar oils (high temperature distillation)$24.5 billion+6.4%
143.Whole fish (frozen)$24.4 billion+5.5%
144.Pneumatic hand tool$24.2 billion+8.6%
145.Plastic tubes, pipes, hoses, fittings$24.2 billion+3.7%
146.Rice$24.1 billion-6.4%
147.Measuring/checking instruments$24 billion+5.5%
148.Scents used for beverage or industrial manufacturing$23.7 billion+5.4%
149.Miscellaneous iron or steel tubes, pipes$23.4 billion-5.1%
150.Packing items including cartons, boxes, bags$23.1 billion+1.4%
151.Iron or non-alloy steel products (semi-finished)$23.1 billion-15%
152.Soya-bean oil-cake, other solid residues$22.9 billion-26.8%
153.Fish fillets, pieces$22.9 billion+10.9%
154.Fresh or chilled beef$22.8 billion+5.3%
155.Acyclic hydrocarbons$22.8 billion-16%
156.Styrene polymers$22.7 billion-11.5%
157.Interchangeable hand/machine tools$22.7 billion-1.9%
158.Frozen beef$22.3 billion+2.4%
159.Iron or steel tubes, pipes$22.1 billion-38.4%
160.X-ray apparatus$21.8 billion-0.1%
161.Radar, radio communication items$21.7 billion+21.5%
162.Flour/meal/starch/malt extract food preparations$21.4 billion+13.7%
163.Self-adhesive plastic in rolls$21.3 billion+0.02%
164.Liquid/gas checking instruments$21.2 billion+4.1%
165.Whole fish (fresh)$20.2 billion+13%
166.Waters with sugar/sweetening$20 billion+8.6%
167.Harvest/threshing machinery$20 billion-5.2%
168.Linens$19.9 billion-4.7%
169.Miscellaneous engines, motors$19.9 billion+5.3%
170.Women's coats, jackets (not knit or crochet)$19.6 billion+29.5%
171.Silver (unwrought)$19.6 billion-34.3%
172.Electric ignition/start equipment$19.6 billion+1.9%
173.Electric generating sets, converters$19.3 billion-29.5%
174.Moulding boxes/base$19.2 billion+1.5%
175.Spray/dispersing mechanical appliances$19.1 billion+1.1%
176.Vinyl chloride polymers$19.1 billion+0.2%
177.Other machine parts, accessories$18.9 billion+3.8%
178.Concentrated/sweetened milk, cream$18.8 billion-24.2%
179.Nitrogenous fertilizers$18.7 billion-26.4%
180.Uncoated paper, paperboard$18.6 billion-19.4%
181.Perfumes, toilet waters$18.6 billion-1.8%
182.Motorcycle parts/accessories$18.6 billion+2.1%
183.Miscellaneous nuts$18.5 billion+15.4%
184.Hand-drawn paintings, drawings$18.5 billion+19.3%
185.Cellulose fiber paper$18.4 billion-4.9%
186.Copper waste, scrap$18 billion-21.4%
187.Fertilizer mixes$18 billion-11%
188.Fork-lift trucks$17.9 billion+15.5%
189.Other than warp-knit fabrics$17.9 billion+8.1%
190.Plastic tableware, kitchenware, toiletry$17.8 billion+24.2%
191.Miscellaneous reaction initiators, accelerators$17.8 billion+11.1%
192.Copper wire$17.7 billion-17.6%
193.Miscellaneous aluminum items$17.6 billion+8.8%
194.Amino-resins$17.4 billion+5.8%
195.Electric motor parts$17.3 billion-9.6%
196.Precious metal waste, scrap$17.3 billion+1.2%
197.Amino-compounds (oxygen)$17.3 billion-10.8%
198.Filament/discharge lamps$17.3 billion-3.3%
199.Electric sound/visual signal bells or alarms$17.1 billion-34.2%
200.Unglazed ceramic paving, tiles$16.8 billion+174.6%
201.Iron or steel pipe fittings$16.8 billion-15.3%
202.Cold-rolled iron or non-alloy steel products$16.7 billion-10.4%
203.Mattresses, quilts$16.5 billion+10.2%
204.Public-transport vehicles$16.4 billion+2%
205.Natural rubber$16.3 billion-37.1%
206.Fish, caviar (preserved/prepared)$16.3 billion-6.1%
207.Miscellaneous heterocyclics$16.2 billion-11.3%
208.Synthetic filament yarn$16.2 billion-8.8%
209.Aluminum bars/rods$16.2 billion-1.8%
210.Printed books, brochures$15.9 billion-7.6%
211.Hormones, miscellaneous steroids$15.8 billion-4.1%
212.Aluminum oxide/hydroxide$15.8 billion+10.3%
213.Sanitary towels, baby napkins/liners$15.7 billion+4.4%
214.Ethers$15.5 billion-20.4%
215.Zinc (unwrought)$15.5 billion+49.5%
216.Miscellaneous preserved fruits$15.5 billion+13.8%
217.Petroleum oil residues$15.4 billion-30.7%
218.Fruit and vegetable juices$15.4 billion-9.8%
219.Laminated wood (including plywood, veneer panels)$15.4 billion+1.6%
220.Miscellaneous meat (preserved/prepared)$15.4 billion-3.2%
221.Acrylic polymers$15.2 billion-4.6%
222.Coated/laminated non-wovens$15.2 billion+5.9%
223.Sort/screen/washing machinery$15.1 billion-25.1%
224.Alloy steel bars, rods$15.1 billion-10.4%
225.Men's coats, jackets (not knit or crochet)$15 billion+14.4%
226.Men's shirts (not knit or crochet)$14.9 billion-1.5%
227.Yachts, other pleasure/sports vessels$14.8 billion+33.1%
228.Rough wood$14.8 billion-4%
229.Telecommunication receivers$14.6 billion-11%
230.Wood carpentry, builders' joinery$14.5 billion-9.4%
231.Malt beer$14.5 billion+6.5%
232.Sutures, special pharmaceutical goods$14.4 billion-8.9%
233.Miscellaneous machine electrical parts$14.4 billion+165.1%
234.Washing machines$14.4 billion+0.6%
235.Polyamides$14.2 billion-4.9%
236.Miscellaneous fruits (fresh)$14 billion+37.2%
237.Uncombed cotton$13.9 billion-27.8%
238.Iron or non-alloy steel bars, rods$13.9 billion-34.3%
239.Other inorganic/mineral coloring matter$13.8 billion+3.6%
240.Lenses, prisms, mirrors$13.8 billion-5.7%
241.Paints, varnishes including enamels/lacquers$13.8 billion-5.5%
242.Miscellaneous fresh/chilled vegetables$13.8 billion+8.3%
243.Fresh or dried citrus fruit$13.8 billion+4.9%
244.Wrist/pocket watches (precious metal case)$13.7 billion-12.1%
245.Miscellaneous articles, dress patterns$13.7 billion+15.7%
246.Women's blouses, shirts$13.7 billion+5.2%
247.Hair preparations$13.6 billion-4.1%
248.Moluscs$13.5 billion+23.8%
249.Industrial preparation machinery$13.4 billion-1.8%
250.Stockings, hosiery (knit or crochet)$13.3 billion-4.8%



World’s Top Exports Report Card for Countries

Below are the 20 countries that earned the highest total dollar amounts in export sales for 2017. Shown within parenthesis is whether the value of each country’s exports increased or declined compared to 2013 metrics.

  1. China: $2.263 trillion (Up 2.5% from 2013)
  2. United States: $1.546 trillion (Down -2%)
  3. Germany: $1.450 trillion (Down -0.1%)
  4. Japan: $698.1 billion (Down -2.4%)
  5. South Korea: $573.7 billion (Up 2.5%)
  6. Hong Kong: $550.2 billion (Up 2.8%)
  7. France: $523.4 billion (Down -7.9%)
  8. Netherlands: $505.9 billion (Down -11.4%)
  9. Italy: $503.1 billion (Down -2.9%)
  10. United Kingdom: $442.1 billion (Down -19.3%)
  11. Belgium: $430.0 billion (Down -15.9%)
  12. Canada: $420.6 billion (Down -7.9%)
  13. Mexico: $409.5 billion (Up 7.8%)
  14. Singapore: $373.3 billion (Down -9%)
  15. Russia: $359.2 billion (Down -31.9%)
  16. Spain: $319.6 billion (Up 2.8%)
  17. Taiwan: $317.7 billion (Up 4.3%)
  18. United Arab Emirates: $308.5 billion (Down -18.7%)
  19. Switzerland: $299.3 billion (Down -16.4%)
  20. India: $295.8 billion (Down -12.1%)

By value, the above 20 countries shipped over two-thirds (71.6%) of total exported products during 2017.

Among the world’s top 20 shippers, the fastest-growing exporters over the shorter timeframe from 2016 to 2017 were Russia (up 25.8%), South Korea (up 15.8%), Netherlands (up 13.7%), India (up 13.6%), Spain (up 13.4%), Taiwan (up 13.3%) then Singapore (up 10.4%).

There was one sole decliner year over year, namely Switzerland and its -1.8% drop from 2016 to 2017.

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RankCountry2017 Export SalesSince 2013
1.China$2.263 trillion+2.5%
2.United States$1.546 trillion-2%
3.Germany$1.450 trillion-0.1%
4.Japan$698.1 billion-2.4%
5.South Korea$573.7 billion+2.5%
6.Hong Kong$550.2 billion+2.8%
7.France$523.4 billion-7.9%
8.Netherlands$505.9 billion-11.4%
9.Italy$503.1 billion-2.9%
10.United Kingdom$442.1 billion-19.3%
11.Belgium$430 billion-15.9%
12.Canada$420.6 billion-7.9%
13.Mexico$409.5 billion+7.8%
14.Singapore$373.3 billion-9%
15.Russia$359.2 billion-31.9%
16.Spain$319.6 billion+2.8%
17.Taiwan$317.7 billion+4.3%
18.United Arab Emirates$308.5 billion-18.7%
19.Switzerland$299.3 billion-16.4%
20.India$295.8 billion-12.1%
21.Vietnam$265.1 billion+100.8%
22.Thailand$236 billion+3.3%
23.Australia$229.7 billion-10.1%
24.Poland$221.3 billion+8.6%
25.Saudi Arabia$220.1 billion-41.4%
26.Brazil$217.7 billion-10%
27.Malaysia$216.4 billion-5.2%
28.Czech Republic$180 billion+11.4%
29.Indonesia$168.8 billion-7.5%
30.Austria$168 billion-4.1%
31.Turkey$157.1 billion+3.5%
32.Sweden$153.1 billion-8.6%
33.Ireland$138.1 billion+16.6%
34.Hungary$113.4 billion+5%
35.Iran$105.8 billion+14.9%
36.Norway$102 billion-34.4%
37.Denmark$101.6 billion-8%
38.South Africa$88.3 billion-7.1%
39.Slovakia$84.5 billion-0.8%
40.Romania$70.6 billion+7.2%
41.Chile$69.2 billion-9.8%
42.Iraq$69 billion+9.9%
43.Philippines$68.7 billion+21.2%
44.Finland$67.3 billion-9.6%
45.Qatar$63.7 billion-53.5%
46.Portugal$62.2 billion-1%
47.Argentina$58.4 billion-23.1%
48.Kuwait$54.8 billion-52%
49.Israel$53.8 billion-19.5%
50.Kazakhstan$48.3 billion-42.9%
51.Peru$44 billion+3.4%
52.Ukraine$43.4 billion-31.4%
53.Nigeria$40.7 billion-54.5%
54.Bangladesh$40.3 billion+64.1%
55.New Zealand$38.1 billion-3.5%
56.Colombia$37.8 billion-35.8%
57.Angola$36.7 billion-45.8%
58.Algeria$35.2 billion-46.7%
59.Greece$32.2 billion-11.3%
60.Venezuela$32 billion-63.7%
61.Bulgaria$30.2 billion+2.3%
62.Lithuania$29.3 billion-10%
63.Belarus$29.3 billion-21.3%
64.Oman$28.9 billion-47.8%
65.Slovenia$28.8 billion+0.5%
66.Egypt$25.9 billion-9.9%
67.Morocco$25.6 billion+16.6%
68.Pakistan$21.9 billion-12.9%
69.Libya$19.5 billion-54.3%
70.Ecuador$19.1 billion-23.4%
71.Cambodia$17.2 billion+158.2%
72.Serbia$17 billion+16.1%
73.Croatia$15.8 billion+23.8%
74.Estonia$15.4 billion-16%
75.Ghana$14.4 billion+13.6%
76.Tunisia$14.2 billion-16.8%
77.Luxembourg$14 billion+1%
78.Myanmar (Burma)$13.9 billion+21.4%
79.Azerbaijan$13.8 billion-42.3%
80.Latvia$12.9 billion-3.2%
81.Côte d'Ivoire$12.6 billion+3.9%
82.Sri Lanka$11.7 billion+17.4%
83.Guatemala$11 billion+9.4%
84.Costa Rica$10.6 billion-7.5%
85.Papua New Guinea$10.6 billion+54%
86.Bahrain$9.9 billion-50.5%
87.Trinidad/Tobago$9.6 billion-42.2%
88.Dominican Republic$8.9 billion+11.2%
89.Paraguay$8.7 billion-8.2%
90.Uzbekistan$8.6 billionno 2013 data
91.Democr. Rep. Congo$8.3 billion+1.6%
92.Congo$8.1 billion-22.1%
93.Zambia$8.1 billion-23.3%
94.Uruguay$7.9 billion-13%
95.Turkmenistan$7.9 billion-34.7%
96.Bolivia$7.9 billion-35.7%
97.Jordan$7.5 billion-5.7%
98.Cameroon$6.5 billion+44.4%
99.Bosnia/Herzegovina$6.4 billion+11.9%
100.Mongolia$6.1 billion+43.7%
101.Guinea$6 billion+234.8%
102.Botswana$5.9 billion-22.1%
103.El Salvador$5.8 billion+4.4%
104.Kenya$5.7 billion-1.4%
105.Macedonia$5.7 billion+31.9%
106.Brunei Darussalam$5.6 billion-51.3%
107.Panama$5.5 billion-65.3%
108.Gabon$5.4 billion-53.7%
109.Equatorial Guinea$5.3 billion-63.6%
110.Namibia$5.2 billion-17.5%
111.Honduras$5 billion+27.5%
112.Nicaragua$4.9 billion+7.2%
113.Iceland$4.9 billion-2.3%
114.Laos$4.8 billion+60%
115.Mozambique$4.7 billion+16.5%
116.Sudan$4.2 billionno 2013 data
117.Tanzania$4.2 billion-5.3%
118.Cyprus$3.4 billion+57.8%
119.Lebanon$3.3 billion-16.5%
120.Senegal$3 billion+12.3%
121.Uganda$2.9 billion+20.5%
122.Ethiopia$2.9 billion+10.5%
123.Madagascar$2.8 billion+75%
124.Burkina Faso$2.8 billion+18.2%
125.Georgia$2.7 billion-6.3%
126.Malta$2.5 billion-31.1%
127.Zimbabwe$2.4 billion-30.8%
128.Moldova$2.4 billion-0.1%
129.Albania$2.3 billion-3%
130.Yemen$2.2 billion-69.8%
131.Armenia$2.1 billion+46.1%
132.Mauritius$2.1 billion-10.2%
133.Mauritania$2.1 billion-16.5%
134.Niger$2 billion+49%
135.Cuba$2 billion-38%
136.North Korea$1.9 billion-46.7%
137.Swaziland$1.8 billion-3.2%
138.Kyrgyzstan$1.8 billion+1%
139.Guyana$1.8 billion+30.1%
140.New Caledonia$1.7 billion+35.2%
141.Faroe Islands$1.5 billion+15.9%
142.Curaçao$1.5 billion-68.1%
143.Suriname$1.4 billion-34.6%
144.Macao$1.4 billion+11.6%
145.Mali$1.4 billionno 2013 data
146.Chad$1.3 billion-58.2%
147.Bahamas$1.3 billion+62.1%
148.Jamaica$1.3 billion-16.5%
149.South Sudan$1.3 billion-48.3%
150.Afghanistan$959.8 million+125.7%
151.Cayman Islands$1 billion+15.6%
152.Tajikistan$996.2 million+14.5%
153.Greenland$986 million+101.2%
154.Fiji$955.6 million-13.8%
155.Malawi$889.1 million-24.7%
156.Syria$771.6 million-48.6%
157.Togo$749.3 million-34.6%
158.Nepal$740.7 million-14.2%
159.Benin$731.6 million+21.5%
160.Lesotho$672.6 million+90.1%
161.Seychelles$646.4 million+12.6%
162.Rwanda$608.5 million+0.1%
163.British Virgin Islands$508.3 million-51.4%
164.Solomon Islands$499.7 million+2.1%
165.Marshall Islands#DIV/0!-43.1%
166.Barbados$485.4 million+3.8%
167.Eritrea$436.7 million+33.5%
168.Montenegro$420.9 million-14.9%
169.Somalia$389.3 million-39.6%
170.Gibraltar$349.5 million-44.1%
171.Belize$277.6 million-32.9%
172.Bhutan$239.9 million+52.8%
173.Vanuatu$232.7 million-19.6%
174.Falkland Is (Malvinas)$217.6 million+11.5%
175.Maldives$199.3 million+19.7%
176.French Polynesia$197.2 million+30.2%
177.Liberia$194.7 millionno 2013 data
178.Central African Rep$192 million+297.5%
179.Guinea-Bissau$189.3 millionno 2013 data
180.Haiti$173.5 million-20.4%
181.Kiribati$161.6 million+2320.6%
182.Djibouti#DIV/0!-11.8%
183.Burundi$141.7 million-31.5%
184.Saint Lucia#DIV/0!-10.9%
185.Palestine$130.7 million-85.5%
186.Andorra$115.7 million+16.9%
187.Sierra Leone$102.7 million-63.3%
188.Timor-Leste$98.5 million+85.5%
189.US Minor Outlying Is$96.7 million-44.3%
190.Micronesia$96.6 million+249.8%
191.Aruba$90.1 million-46.3%
192.Comoros$86.6 million+754.6%
193.St Maarten (Dutch)$74.6 million+1.2%
194.Tokelau$69.1 million+73.8%
195.Niue$66.4 million+3,946%
196.Antigua/Barbuda$62.4 million+89.5%
197.Dominica$62.3 million+29.9%
198.Cabo Verde$49.9 million-85%
199.Cook Islands$47.5 million+78.8%
200.Samoa$44.4 million-28.5%
201.Grenada$42.7 million-22.4%
202.St Vincent/Grenadines$42.3 million-13.3%
203.Saint Kitts/Nevis$33.2 million-17.7%
204.Saint Helena$28.2 million+28.1%
205.Nauru$27.2 million-60%
206.Gambia$22.5 million-78.8%
207.Christmas Island$21.2 million-29.2%
208.Turks/Caicos Islands$20.2 million-43.2%
209.Montserrat$19.3 million+223.9%
210.Br. Indian Ocean Terr$17.9 million-47.9%
211.Tonga$17.2 million+0.5%
212.French S./Antarctic Terr$15.8 million-57.3%
213.Bonaire/St. Eustatius/Saba$14.3 million+334.5%
214.Anguilla$14 million+11.9%
215.Bermuda$11.7 million-45.9%
216.Sao Tome/Principe$10.6 million+52.2%
217.Tuvalu$9.5 million-62.8%
218.Palau$6.4 million-20.8%
219.St. Pierre/Miquelon$5.5 million-3.8%
220.Northern Mariana Is$4.1 million-12.9%
221.Cocos (Keeling) Islands$4.1 million-41.6%
222.Norfolk Island$2 million-67.7%
223.Pitcairn$1.7 million+8.3%
224.American Samoa$1.1 million+110,300%
225.Wallis/Futuna Islands$1 million+19.4%
226.Western Sahara$971 million-47.8%
227.Guam$121 millionno 2013 data
228.British Antarctic Terr$4,000no 2013 data
229.Bouvet Island$3,000no 2013 data


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Research Sources:
Central Intelligence Agency, The World Factbook Field Listing-Commodities. Accessed on November 24, 2018

International Trade Centre, Trade Map. Accessed on November 24, 2018