World’s Top Exports Report Card for Products and Countries

World's top exports

World’s top exports

Worldwide export sales were US$17.421 trillion in 2017 based on International Trade Centre statistics (as of May 26, 2018). That global export metric reflects a -8.2% slowdown from 2013. Year-over-year, worldwide export sales appreciated by 8.8% from 2016 to 2017.

In this analysis, we look at the latest statistics surrounding the world’s top exports to identify the products galvanizing international sales as well as the most successful source 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.

  1. Crude oil: $841.5 billion (Down -46.5% from 2013)
  2. Cars: $740.7 billion (Up 9.3%)
  3. Integrated circuits/microassemblies: $628.9 billion (Up 24.5%)
  4. Processed petroleum oils: $626.5 billion (Down -39.9%)
  5. Phone system devices including smartphones: $559.2 billion (Up 13.1%)
  6. Automobile parts/accessories: $385.4 billion (Up 5.8%)
  7. Computers, optical readers: $347.5 billion (Down -2.5%)
  8. Medication mixes in dosage: $329.1 billion (Up 1%)
  9. Gold (unwrought): $310.7 billion (Down -35%)
  10. Petroleum gases: $232 billion (Down -46.3%)
  11. Blood fractions (including antisera): $158.1 billion (Up 39.2%)
  12. Trucks: $130.3 billion (Up 5.7%)
  13. Computer parts, accessories: $124 billion (Down -3.5%)
  14. Insulated wire/cable: $120 billion (Up 5.6%)
  15. Electro-medical equipment (e.g. xrays): $119.3 billion (Up 10.8%)
  16. Diamonds (unmounted/unset): $118.5 billion (Down -22.9%)
  17. Aircraft, spacecraft: $117.5 billion (Down -1.5%)
  18. Turbo-jets: $117.1 billion (Up 18.6%)
  19. Coal, solid fuels made from coal: $110.7 billion (Down -3.7%)
  20. Solar power diodes/semi-conductors: $110.7 billion (Up 6%)

Among the world’s top 20 exports, the fastest-growing product from 2013 to 2017 was blood fractions including antisera via its 39.2% increase in value.

In second place were exports of integrated circuits and microassemblies, up by 24.5%. International sales of turbo-jets appreciated by 18.6% over the 5-year period trailed by phone system devices including smartphones (up 13.1%), electro-medical equipment including xrays (up 10.8%), cars (up 9.3%), solar power components (up 6%) then automobile parts or accessories (up 5.8%).

Leading the decliners since 2013 were crude oil (down -46.5%), petroleum gases (down -46.3%), refined petroleum oils (down -39.9%), unprocessed gold (down -35%) and unmounted or unset diamonds (down -22.9%).



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: $2.272 trillion (Up 2.8% from 2013)
  2. United States: $1.547 trillion (Down -2%)
  3. Germany: $1.450 trillion (Down -0.1%)
  4. Japan: $698.1 billion (Down -2.4%)
  5. Netherlands: $651.8 billion (Down -3%)
  6. South Korea: $573.7 billion (Up 2.5%)
  7. Hong Kong: $550.2 billion (Up 2.8%)
  8. France: $522.8 billion (Down -8.1%)
  9. Italy: $503.1 billion (Down -2.9%)
  10. United Kingdom: $443.7 billion (Down -19%)
  11. Belgium: $430 billion (Down -15.9%)
  12. Canada: $420.6 billion (Down -7.9%)
  13. Mexico: $409.5 billion (Up 7.8%)
  14. Singapore: $373.2 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. Switzerland: $299.3 billion (Down -16.4%)
  19. Vietnam: $247.5 billion (Up 87.4%)
  20. Thailand: $236 billion (Up 3.3%)

The above 20 countries shipped almost three-quarters (72.5%) of total exported products during 2017.

Among the world’s top 20 shippers, the fastest-growing exporters over the 5-year period were Vietnam (up 4.8%), Mexico (up 7.8%), Taiwan (up 4.3%) and Thailand (up 3.3%).

Leading the decliners were Russia (down -31.9%), United Kingdom (down -19%), Switzerland (down -16.4%), Belgium (down -15.9%) then Singapore (down -9%).

Searchable List of Global Export Products

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RankProduct2017 Export SalesSince 2013
1.Crude oil$841.5 billionDown -46.5%
2.Cars$740.7 billionUp 9.3%
3.Integrated circuits/microassemblies$628.9 billionUp 24.5%
4.Processed petroleum oils$626.5 billionDown -39.9%
5.Phone devices including smartphones$559.2 billionUp 13.1%
6.Automobile parts/accessories$385.4 billionUp 5.8%
7.Computers, optical readers$347.5 billionDown -2.5%
8.Medication mixes in dosage$329.1 billionUp 1%
9.Gold (unwrought)$310.7 billionDown -35%
10.Petroleum gases$232 billionDown -46.3%
11.Blood fractions (including antisera)$158.1 billionUp 39.2%
12.Trucks$130.3 billionUp 5.7%
13.Computer parts, accessories$124 billionDown -3.5%
14.Insulated wire/cable$120 billionUp 5.6%
15.Electro-medical equipment (e.g. xrays)$119.3 billionUp 10.8%
16.Diamonds (unmounted/unset)$118.5 billionDown -22.9%
17.Aircraft, spacecraft$117.5 billionDown -1.5%
18.Turbo-jets$117.1 billionUp 18.6%
19.Coal, solid fuels made from coal$110.7 billionDown -3.7%
20.Solar power diodes/semi-conductors$110.7 billionUp 6%
21.Lower-voltage switches, fuses$101.5 billionUp 6.2%
22.Iron ores, concentrates$94.9 billionDown -33.6%
23.Printing machinery$94.2 billionDown -14.3%
24.Electrical converters/power units$92.8 billionDown -5.8%
25.TV receivers/monitors/projectors$92.8 billionDown -6%
26.Jewelry$92.6 billionDown -17.8%
27.Taps, valves, similar appliances$85.8 billionDown -1%
28.Aircraft parts$85.1 billionUp 26.9%
29.Miscellaneous furniture$84.3 billionUp 1.3%
30.Miscellaneous machinery$78.9 billionUp 13.4%
31.Machinery for making semi-conductors$77.2 billionUp 80.4%
32.Seats (excluding barber/dentist chairs)$77.1 billionUp 12.1%
33.Liquid crystal/laser/optical tools$77 billionDown -22.9%
34.Ethylene polymers$76.4 billionDown -3.3%
35.Cruise/cargo ships, barges$74.9 billionDown -9.9%
36.Rubber tires (new)$74.7 billionDown -13.9%
37.Miscellaneous plastic items$72.7 billionUp 5.2%
38.Air or vacuum pumps$71.1 billionDown -3.6%
39.Piston engine parts$66.1 billionDown -3.2%
40.Cases, handbags, wallets$65.5 billionUp 7.3%
41.Women's clothing (not knit or crochet)$64.5 billionUp 14.3%
42.TV/radio/radar device parts$63.7 billionUp 7.5%
43.Centrifuges, filters and purifiers$62.4 billionUp 8.5%
44.Electrical/optical circuit boards, panels$61.4 billionUp 17.3%
45.Liquid pumps and elevators$61.1 billionDown -5%
46.Refined copper, unwrought alloys$59 billionDown -18.5%
47.Soya beans$58.2 billionUp 1.2%
48.Heterocyclics, nucleic acids$57.9 billionDown -12.8%
49.Copper ores, concentrates$57.4 billionUp 8.4%
50.Aluminum (unwrought)$55.9 billionUp 22%
51.Plastic plates, sheets, film, tape, strips$55.4 billionDown -1.2%
52.Orthopedic appliances$55.3 billionUp 13%
53.Transmission shafts, gears, clutches$54.7 billionUp 2.7%
54.Polyacetal/ether/carbonates$53.8 billionDown -3.8%
55.Jerseys, pullovers (knit or crochet)$53.6 billionUp 7.2%
56.Machinery parts$53.3 billionDown -26.6%
57.Lamps, lighting, illuminated signs$52.4 billionUp 12.9%
58.Electric motors, generators$52.4 billionUp 8.1%
59.Footwear (leather)$52 billionDown -6%
60.Plastic packing goods, lids, caps$51.5 billionUp 0.8%
61.Unrecorded sound media$50.9 billionDown -0.2%
62.Printed circuits$49.8 billionUp 6.1%
63.Flat-rolled iron or non-alloy steel items (plated/coated)$49.7 billionDown -1.1%
64.Tractors$49.4 billionDown -9.2%
65.Beauty/makeup/skin care preparations$48.6 billionUp 34.7%
66.Men's suits, trousers (not knit or crochet)$48.3 billionUp 7.7%
67.Engines (diesel)$48.1 billionDown -7.3%
68.Miscellaneous iron and steel structures$47.6 billionDown -5.6%
69.Electric storage batteries$47.5 billionUp 31.7%
70.Miscellaneous iron or steel items$46.8 billionUp 1.5%
71.Hot-rolled iron or non-alloy steel products$46.4 billionDown -9%
72.Electric water heaters, hair dryers$46.3 billionUp 8.7%
73.Piston engines$45.5 billionDown -0.5%
74.Other measuring/testing machines$44.6 billionUp 22.7%
75.Models, puzzles, miscellaneous toys$44.4 billionUp 42.5%
76.T-shirts, vests (knit or crochet)$44.3 billionUp 4.3%
77.Electrical machinery$44.1 billionUp 3.1%
78.Air conditioners$43.7 billionUp 4.5%
79.Cyclic hydrocarbons$43.1 billionDown -31.8%
80.Physical/chemical analysis tools$42.7 billionUp 13%
81.Refrigerators, freezers$42.5 billionUp 0.4%
82.Propylene/olefin polymers$42.1 billionDown -8%
83.Microphones/headphones/amps$42 billionUp 24.8%
84.Heavy machinery (bulldozers, excavators, road rollers)$40.6 billionDown -7.5%
85.TV receiver/transmit/digital cameras$39.6 billionDown -20.2%
86.Footwear (textile)$39.6 billionUp 78.9%
87.Wheat$39 billionDown -20.6%
88.Other food preparations$38.7 billionUp 13%
89.Sawn wood$38.7 billionUp 9.3%
90.Chemical industry products/residuals$38.5 billionDown -9.6%
91.Temperature-change machines$38.3 billionDown -0.2%
92.Iron and steel screws, bolts, nuts, washers$37.4 billionUp 7.7%
93.Footwear (rubber or plastic)$37 billionUp 8%
94.Regulate/control instruments$36.9 billionUp 4.5%
95.Electric circuit parts, fuses, switches$35.6 billionDown -1.1%
96.Wine:$35.5 billionUp 1.4%
97.Women's clothing (knit or crochet)$35.3 billionDown -21.6%
98.Iron or steel scrap$34.2 billionDown -18.9%
99.Packaged insecticides/fungicides/herbicides$34 billionUp 2.1%
100.Table games, bowling equipment$33.8 billionUp 34.1%
101.Palm oil$33.3 billionDown -0.8%
102.Bread, biscuits, cakes, pastries$33.2 billionUp 9%
103.Coffee$32.7 billionUp 15.9%
104.Ball, roller bearings$32.1 billionDown -2.7%
105.Flat-rolled other alloy steel products$32 billionUp 29.7%
106.Base metal mountings, fittings$31.9 billionUp 13%
107.Electrical lighting/signaling equpment, defrosters$31.8 billionUp 27.8%
108.Aluminum plates, sheets, strips$30.9 billionUp 6.5%
109.Electrical energy$30.7 billionDown -10.2%
110.Optical fiber cables, sheets, plates$30.5 billionUp 1.8%
111.Cheese, curd$30.4 billionDown -3.8%
112.Swine meat$30.2 billionDown -2.4%
113.Chemical woodpulp (non-dissolving)$30.1 billionUp 3.7%
114.Alcohol (including spirits, liqueurs)$30 billionDown -5%
115.Flat-rolled stainless steel items$29.8 billionUp 3%
116.Corn$29.6 billionDown -16.2%
117.Other organic cleaning preparations$29.6 billionDown -0.1%
118. Dishwashing, clean/dry/fill machines:$29.3 billionDown -0.9%
119.Lifting/loading machinery$29 billionUp 9.6%
120.Crustaceans (including lobsters)$28.4 billionUp 23.2%
121.Miscellaneous animal feed preparations$28.3 billionUp 8%
122.Acyclic alcohols$27.8 billionDown -17.3%
123.Sugar (cane or beet)$27.6 billionDown -14.3%
124.Chocolate, other cocoa preparations$27.6 billionUp 4.9%
125.Rubber/plastic article making machines$27.4 billionUp 10.8%
126.Iron ferroalloys$27.4 billionUp 7.1%
127.Coated paper$27.1 billionDown -12.5%
128.Electrical capacitators$26.9 billionDown -2.4%
129.Platinum (unwrought)$26.8 billionDown -3.5%
130.Wrist/pocket watches (no precious metal case)$26.5 billionDown -3.9%
131.Light vessels, fire boats, floating docks$26.1 billionDown -30.8%
132.Vulcanized rubber items$25.8 billionUp 3.1%
133.Poultry meat$25.8 billionDown -6.2%
134.Plastic plates, sheets, film, tape, strips$25.7 billionUp 3.4%
135.Synthetic rubber$25.7 billionUp 11.4%
136.Trailers$25.3 billionUp 7.7%
137.Sports equipment$25 billionUp 3.6%
138.Other diagnostic/lab reagents$25 billionUp 12.1%
139.Coal tar oils (high temperature distillation)$24.8 billionUp 8.2%
140.Synthetic yarn woven fabrics$24.3 billionDown -7.8%
141.Pneumatic hand tool$24.2 billionUp 7.8%
142.Motorcycles$24.1 billionUp 15.5%
143.Oscilloscopes, spectrum analyzers$24.1 billionUp 5.7%
144.Cigars/cigarellos, cigarettes$23.9 billionDown -8.8%
145.Plastic tubes, pipes, fittings$23.9 billionUp 2.6%
146.Whole fish (frozen)$23.7 billionUp 2.2%
147.Scents used for beverage or industrial manufacturing$23.5 billionUp 5.1%
148.Fish fillets, pieces$23.2 billionUp 12.3%
149.Miscellaneous iron or steel tubes, pipes$23.2 billionDown -5.8%
150.Soya-bean oil-cake, other solid residues$23.1 billionDown -28.1%
151.Fresh or chilled beef$23 billionUp 7.3%
152.Interchangeable hand/machine tools$22.9 billionDown -0.7%
153.Paper containers, cellulose wadding$22.9 billionUp 1.5%
154.Iron or non-alloy steel products (semi-finished)$22.8 billionDown -15.8%
155.Styrene polymers$22.6 billionDown -11.9%
156.Acyclic hydrocarbons$22.2 billionDown -17.9%
157.X-ray equipment$21.9 billionDown -0.4%
158.Radar, radio communication items$21.7 billionUp 21.2%
159.Iron or steel tubes, pipes$21.7 billionDown -39.4%
160.Flour/meal/starch/malt extract food preparations$21.3 billionUp 13.2%
161.Frozen beef$21.3 billionDown -1.9%
162.Self-adhesive plastic in rolls$21.2 billionDown -0.1%
163.Liquid/gas checking instruments$21.1 billionUp 3.9%
164.Rice$20.7 billionDown -19.2%
165.Women's coats, jackets (not knit or crochet)$20.1 billionUp 32.6%
166.Harvest/threshing machinery$20 billionDown -4.6%
167.Whole fish (fresh)$19.9 billionUp 12.4%
168.Non-alcoholic drinks (not water/juice/milk)$19.8 billionUp 7.5%
169.Miscellaneous engines, motors$19.7 billionUp 4.8%
170.Linens$19.5 billionDown -6.4%
171.Silver (unwrought)$19.5 billionDown -34.3%
172.Electric generating sets, converters$19.3 billionDown -29.4%
173.Electric ignition/start equipment$19.3 billionUp 0.8%
174.Moulding boxes/base$19.2 billionUp 1.7%
175.Other machine parts, accessories$19.1 billionUp 5.2%
176.Spray/dispersing mechanical appliances$19 billionUp 1.4%
177.Nitrogenous fertilizers$19 billionDown -25%
178.Vinyl chloride polymers$18.9 billionDown -1.6%
179.Uncoated paper for writing/printing$18.6 billionDown -19.5%
180.Copper waste, scrap$18.6 billionDown -19.1%
181.Concentrated/sweetened milk, cream$18.5 billionDown -24.9%
182.Motorcycle parts/accessories$18.5 billionUp 1.8%
183.Hand-drawn paintings, drawings$18.4 billionUp 18.4%
184.Cellulose fiber paper$18.3 billionDown -5.2%
185.Fertilizer mixes$18.2 billionDown -9.8%
186.Fork-lift trucks$17.9 billionUp 16.1%
187.Perfumes, toilet waters$17.9 billionDown -5.1%
188.Other than warp-knit fabrics$17.9 billionUp 8.2%
189.Initiators/accelerators, catalytic preps$17.8 billionUp 11.1%
190.Copper wire$17.6 billionDown -17.7%
191.Miscellaneous aluminum items$17.5 billionUp 8.9%
192.Miscellaneous nuts$17.5 billionUp 9.3%
193.Amino-resins$17.4 billionUp 5.7%
194.Precious metal waste, scrap$17.3 billionUp 1.6%
195.Plastic tableware, kitchenware, toiletry$17.3 billionUp 20.3%
196.Electric motor parts$17.3 billionDown -9.8%
197.Amino-compounds (oxygen)$17.2 billionDown -11.2%
198.Filament/discharge lamps$17.2 billionDown -5.6%
199.Electric sound/visual signal bells or alarms$17.1 billionDown -34.1%
200.Medication mixes not in dosage$17 billionUp 21.4%
201.Unglazed ceramic paving, tiles$16.7 billionUp 172.1%
202.Natural rubber$16.6 billionDown -35.9%
203.Iron or steel pipe fittings$16.6 billionDown -15.8%
204.Fish, caviar (preserved/prepared)$16.4 billionDown -5%
205.Cold-rolled iron or non-alloy steel products$16.4 billionDown -12%
206.Mattresses, quilts$16.4 billionUp 10%
207.Aluminum bars/rods$16.2 billionDown -1.1%
208.Miscellaneous heterocyclics$16.2 billionDown -11.5%
209.Public-transport vehicles$16 billionDown -0.2%
210.Hormones, miscellaneous steroids$16 billionDown -0.7%
211.Aluminum oxide/hydroxide$15.9 billionUp 10.4%
212.Synthetic filament yarn$15.8 billionDown -11.2%
213.Sanitary towels, baby napkins/liners$15.6 billionUp 4.2%
214.Printed books, brochures$15.6 billionDown -8.8%
215.Zinc (unwrought)$15.5 billionUp 42.6%
216.Ethers$15.5 billionDown -20.6%
217.Fruit and vegetable juices$15.5 billionDown -9.2%
218.Miscellaneous preserved fruits$15.5 billionUp 14.4%
219.Rough wood$15.4 billionUp 0.3%
220.Miscellaneous meat (preserved/prepared)$15.3 billionDown -2.7%
221.Men's coats, jackets (not knit or crochet)$15.3 billionUp 16.8%
222.Acrylic polymers$15.3 billionDown -3.9%
223.Laminated wood (including plywood, veneer panels)$15.2 billionUp 0.5%
224.Coated/laminated non-wovens$15.2 billionUp 6.3%
225.Alloy steel bars, rods$15.1 billionDown -10.5%
226.Sort/screen/washing machinery$15 billionDown -25.8%
227.Petroleum oil residues$15 billionDown -32.8%
228.Sutures, special pharmaceutical goods$15 billionDown -7%
229.Yachts, other pleasure/sports vessels$14.7 billionUp 32.2%
230.Telecommunication receivers$14.6 billionDown -15%
231.Malt beer$14.5 billionUp 7%
232.Miscellaneous machine electrical parts$14.5 billionUp 167.7%
233.Men's shirts (not knit or crochet)$14.5 billionDown -3.7%
234.Wood carpentry, builders' joinery$14.5 billionDown -9.5%
235.Other coloring matter, luminophores$14.2 billionUp 5.9%
236.Polyamides$14.2 billionDown -4.7%
237.Washing machines$14.2 billionDown -0.8%
238.Miscellaneous fruits (fresh)$14 billionUp 37.7%
239.Lenses, prisms, mirrors$13.9 billionDown -5.4%
240.Fresh or dried citrus fruit$13.9 billionUp 5.4%
241.Paint/varnish non-aqueous solution$13.8 billionDown -5.1%
242.Miscellaneous fresh/chilled vegetables$13.7 billionUp 9.7%
243.Iron or non-alloy steel bars, rods$13.6 billionDown -35.5%
244.Miscellaneous articles, dress patterns$13.6 billionUp 15.2%
245.Stockings, hosiery (knit or crochet)$13.5 billionDown -3.2%
246.Watches$13.4 billionDown -14.2%
247.Moluscs$13.4 billionUp 22.8%
248.Hair preparations$13.3 billionDown -5.2%
249.Textile fabrics made with plastics$13.3 billionUp 1.7%
250.Miscellaneous machinery$13.3 billionDown -2%

Searchable List of Exporting Countries

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RankCountry2017 Export SalesSince 2013
1.China$2.272 trillionUp 2.8%
2.United States$1.547 trillionDown -2%
3.Germany$1.450 trillionDown -0.1%
4.Japan$698.1 billionDown -2.4%
5.Netherlands$651.8 billionDown -3%
6.South Korea$573.7 billionUp 2.5%
7.Hong Kong$550.2 billionUp 2.8%
8.France$522.8 billionDown -8.1%
9.Italy$503.1 billionDown -2.9%
10.United Kingdom$443.7 billionDown -19%
11.Belgium$430 billionDown -15.9%
12.Canada$420.6 billionDown -7.9%
13.Mexico$409.5 billionUp 7.8%
14.Singapore$373.2 billionDown -9%
15.Russia$359.2 billionDown -31.9%
16.Spain$319.6 billionUp 2.8%
17.Taiwan$317.7 billionUp 4.3%
18.Switzerland$299.3 billionDown -16.4%
19.Vietnam$247.5 billionUp 87.4%
20.Thailand$236 billionUp 3.3%
21.Australia$229.7 billionDown -10.1%
22.Poland$221.3 billionUp 8.6%
23.Saudi Arabia$220.1 billionDown -41.4%
24.Brazil$217.7 billionDown -10%
25.India$216.9 billionDown -35.6%
26.Malaysia$216.4 billionDown -5.2%
27.Czech Republic$180.1 billionUp 11%
28.Indonesia$168.8 billionDown -7.5%
29.Austria$168 billionDown -4.1%
30.United Arab Emirates$162.6 billionDown -57.2%
31.Turkey$157.1 billionUp 3.5%
32.Sweden$153.1 billionDown -8.6%
33.Ireland$138.1 billionUp 16.6%
34.Hungary$113.6 billionUp 5.6%
35.Norway$102 billionDown -34.4%
36.Denmark$101.6 billionDown -8%
37.South Africa$88.3 billionDown -7.2%
38.Slovakia$84.4 billionDown -1.6%
39.Romania$70.6 billionUp 7.2%
40.Chile$68.3 billionDown -11%
41.Finland$67.3 billionDown -9.6%
42.Iraq$64.6 billionUp 2.9%
43.Philippines$63.2 billionUp 11.5%
44.Iran$62.7 billionDown -31.9%
45.Portugal$62.2 billionDown -1%
46.Israel$60.9 billionDown -8.8%
47.Qatar$60.7 billionDown -55.6%
48.Argentina$58.4 billionDown -23.1%
49.Kuwait$54.8 billionDown -52%
50.Kazakhstan$48.3 billionDown -42.9%
51.Peru$44 billionUp 3.4%
52.Ukraine$43.4 billionDown -31.4%
53.Nigeria$40.7 billionDown -54.5%
54.Bangladesh$39.7 billionUp 61.6%
55.Slovenia$38.4 billionUp 12.8%
56.Colombia$37.8 billionDown -35.8%
57.New Zealand$37 billionDown -6.3%
58.Algeria$35.2 billionDown -46.7%
59.Angola$33.7 billionDown -50.2%
60.Greece$32.6 billionDown -10.1%
61.Bulgaria$30.2 billionUp 2.3%
62.Lithuania$29.9 billionDown -8.2%
63.Venezuela$29.2 billionDown -66.8%
64.Oman$28.9 billionDown -47.8%
65.Egypt$25.9 billionDown -9.9%
66.Morocco$25.6 billionUp 16.6%
67.Belarus$22 billionDown -40.8%
68.Pakistan$21.9 billionDown -12.9%
69.Ecuador$19.1 billionDown -23.4%
70.Libya$17.8 billionDown -58.3%
71.Serbia$17 billionUp 16.1%
72.Cambodia$17 billionUp 154.4%
73.Azerbaijan$16.5 billionDown -30.9%
74.Croatia$16 billionUp 26.4%
75.Luxembourg$15.7 billionDown -14.9%
76.Estonia$14.5 billionDown -11%
77.Tunisia$14 billionDown -17.8%
78.Latvia$13.8 billionDown -4.4%
79.Myanmar (Burma)$13 billionUp 13.9%
80.Sri Lanka$11.7 billionUp 17.4%
81.Guatemala$11 billionUp 9.4%
82.Costa Rica$10.6 billionDown -7.5%
83.Papua New Guinea$10.5 billionUp 53%
84.Ghana$10.2 billionDown -18.9%
85.Côte d'Ivoire$10.1 billionDown -16.8%
86.Dominican Republic$9.1 billionUp 14.1%
87.Paraguay$8.7 billionDown -8.2%
88.Honduras$8.5 billionUp 119.2%
89.Uzbekistan$8.5 billionDown -1.3%
90.Trinidad/Tobago$8.4 billionDown -49.1%
91.Zambia$8.1 billionDown -23.3%
92.Democ. Rep. Congo$8 billionDown -2%
93.Uruguay$7.9 billionDown -12.3%
94.Turkmenistan$7.7 billionDown -36.1%
95.Bahrain$7.5 billionDown -62.4%
96.Jordan$7.5 billionDown -5.7%
97.Bolivia$7.1 billionDown -42.2%
98.Bosnia/Herzegovina$6.4 billionUp 11.9%
99.Mongolia$6 billionUp 41.7%
100.Congo$5.8 billionDown -44.3%
101.El Salvador$5.8 billionUp 4.9%
102.Kenya$5.7 billionUp 3.8%
103.Macedonia$5.7 billionUp 31.9%
104.Brunei Darussalam$5.3 billionDown -53.3%
105.Nicaragua$5.3 billionUp 14.8%
106.Gabon$5.2 billionDown -56.1%
107.Panama$5.1 billionDown -65.5%
108.Equatorial Guinea$5 billionDown -65.8%
109.Botswana$4.9 billionDown -35.4%
110.Iceland$4.9 billionDown -2.9%
111.Mozambique$4.7 billionUp 16.5%
112.Laos$4.7 billionUp 56%
113.Cameroon$3.6 billionDown -20.4%
114.Namibia$3.5 billionDown -45.4%
115.Cyprus$3.4 billionUp 57.8%
116.Lebanon$3.3 billionDown -16.5%
117.Tanzania$3.2 billionDown -28.1%
118.Guinea$3.1 billionUp 76.5%
119.Uganda$2.9 billionUp 20.5%
120.Ethiopia$2.9 billionUp 10.5%
121.Madagascar$2.8 billionUp 72%
122.Georgia$2.7 billionDown -6.3%
123.Malta$2.5 billionDown -31.1%
124.Moldova$2.4 billionDown -0.1%
125.Sudan$2.3 billionNo data for 2013
126.Mauritius$2.3 billionDown -3.3%
127.Albania$2.3 billionDown -3%
128.Burkina Faso$2.3 billionDown -5.3%
129.Mauritania$2.1 billionDown -16.5%
130.Armenia$2 billionUp 39.1%
131.Zimbabwe$2 billionDown -42.5%
132.Cuba$1.9 billionDown -38.4%
133.Senegal$1.9 billionDown -30.2%
134.North Korea$1.8 billionDown -49.2%
135.Kyrgyzstan$1.8 billionUp 1%
136.Swaziland$1.7 billionDown -6.6%
137.Yemen$1.7 billionDown -76.5%
138.New Caledonia$1.7 billionUp 33.9%
139.Faroe Islands$1.5 billionUp 8%
140.Suriname$1.4 billionDown -34.6%
141.Macao$1.4 billionNo data for 2013
142.Curaçao$1.4 billionDown -70.7%
143.Guyana$1.4 billionUp 2.5%
144.South Sudan$1.4 billionDown -45.1%
145.Jamaica$1.3 billionDown -16.5%
146.Chad$1.2 billionDown -62.6%
147.Bahamas$1.2 billionUp 46.7%
148.Liberia$1.1 billionDown -18.7%
149.Lesotho$1 billionUp 193%
150.Cayman Islands$959.8 millionUp 15.6%
151.Greenland$994.3 millionUp 102.9%
152.Tajikistan$970 millionNo data for 2013
153.Togo$945.9 millionDown -17.5%
154.Mali$907.2 millionNo data for 2013
155.Malawi$889.1 millionDown -24.7%
156.Sierra Leone$846.2 millionNo data for 2013
157.Afghanistan$836.2 millionUp 80.2%
158.Solomon Islands$823.5 millionUp 68.3%
159.Nepal$740.7 millionDown -14.2%
160.Benin$731.6 millionUp 21.5%
161.Fiji$695.8 millionDown -37.2%
162.Syria$686.4 millionDown -54.2%
163.Seychelles$535.5 millionDown -6.7%
164.Niger$507.4 millionDown -62.1%
165.Marshall Islands$486.7 millionDown -43.6%
166.Barbados$485.4 millionUp 3.8%
167.British Virgin Is$461.8 millionDown -56.2%
168.Montenegro$461.7 millionDown -6.6%
169.Maldives$405.4 millionUp 143.5%
170.Gibraltar$351.3 millionDown -36.3%
171.Belize$293.3 millionDown -29.1%
172.Rwanda$285.9 millionDown -53%
173.Eritrea$285.1 millionDown -12.9%
174.Bhutan$277.2 millionUp 75.8%
175.Guinea-Bissau$259.3 millionDown -14.5%
176.Somalia$257.4 millionDown -60.1%
177.St Vincent/Grenadines$232.6 millionUp 359.9%
178.Aruba$222.9 millionUp 32.9%
179.Vanuatu$221.5 millionDown -23.5%
180.Falkland Is (Malvinas)$208.1 millionUp 8.4%
181.French Polynesia$197.9 millionUp 30.7%
182.Central African Rep$192 millionUp 297.5%
183.Gambia$179.1 millionUp 68.7%
184.Haiti$173.5 millionDown -20.4%
185.Bermuda$171.6 millionUp 690.6%
186.Kiribati$158.5 millionUp 2274.8%
187.Djibouti$147.1 millionDown -16.1%
188.Andorra$108.7 millionUp 9.8%
189.Timor-Leste$106.9 millionUp 101.2%
190.Palestine, State of$103.7 millionDown -88.5%
191.Cabo Verde$101.2 millionDown -69.6%
192.Saint Lucia$97.9 millionDown -36.6%
193.Micronesia$96.3 millionUp 248.7%
194.US Minor Outlying Is$82.8 millionDown -76.6%
195.Saint Kitts/Nevis$79 millionUp 95.5%
196.Burundi$75.9 millionDown -63.3%
197.Comoros$72.3 millionUp 613.6%
198.Sint Maarten (Dutch part)$68.2 millionDown -2.5%
199.Tokelau$67.9 millionUp 69.4%
200.Niue$66.3 millionUp 4234%
201.Antigua/Barbuda$62.4 millionUp 89.5%
202.Dominica$56.5 millionUp 17.7%
203.Br. Indian Ocean Terr$55.9 millionUp 66.5%
204.Cook Islands$45.6 millionUp 73.8%
205.Samoa$44.4 millionDown -28.5%
206.Grenada$33.7 millionDown -39%
207.Palau$27.4 millionNo data for 2013
208.Nauru$25.3 millionDown -62.7%
209.Saint Helena$23.5 millionUp 3.2%
210.Christmas Island$21.2 millionDown -29.1%
211.Turks/Caicos Islands$20.3 millionDown -41.9%
212.Montserrat$19.4 millionUp 225%
213.Tonga$16.8 millionDown -1.9%
214.French S./Antarctic Terr$14.8 millionDown -12.7%
215.Sao Tome/Principe$14.8 millionUp 113.4%
216.Bonaire/St Eustatius/Saba$12.9 millionUp 209.3%
217.Anguilla$12.1 millionDown -2.7%
218.Tuvalu$9.2 millionDown -63.9%
219.St. Pierre/Miquelon$4.1 millionDown -23.5%
220.Northern Mariana Is$4 millionDown -14.9%
221.Cocos (Keeling) Is$3.9 millionDown -43.9%
222.Norfolk Island$1.8 millionDown -69.7%
223.Guam$1.7 millionUp 1380.5%
224.American Samoa$1.2 millionUp 120000%
225.Pitcairn$1.1 millionDown -26.7%
226.Wallis/Futuna Is$958 millionUp 12%
227.Western Sahara$386 millionDown -79%
228.British Antarctic Terr$4,000No data for 2013
229.Bouvet Island$3,000No data for 2013


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Research Sources:
Central Intelligence Agency, The World Factbook Field Listing-Commodities. Accessed on May 26, 2018

International Trade Centre, Trade Map. Accessed on May 26, 2018