World’s Top Imports: Products and Countries

Top 20 import products and countries

World’s top 20 imports

Overall, worldwide import purchases totaled US$17.883 trillion in 2017. That dollar amount reflects an 11.2% year-over-year gain but a -5.6% dip since 2013. Below are the 20 products that generated the highest dollar value in import purchases during 2017.

To peruse those two key lists, please read on.

Note that the product categories used in this analysis are at the four-digit Harmonized Tariff System (HTS) code level in tariff manuals. This level of granularity gives a fairly detailed snapshot of the most valuable products, enabling entrepreneurs to more clearly focus on global sales opportunities for specific goods.

World’s Top Import Products

The world’s top imports by product and leading buyer countries reveal the commodities most in demand on international market and the location for the most lucrative opportunities for selling to foreign purchasers.

  1. Crude oil: $887.4 billion (Up 32.4% from 2016 to 2017)
  2. Cars: $758 billion (Up 7.5%)
  3. Integrated circuits/microassemblies: $744.5 billion (Up 15.3%)
  4. Phone system devices including smartphone: $615.2 billion (Up 12.5%)
  5. Processed petroleum oils: $612 billion (Up 28.6%)
  6. Automobile parts/accessories: $387.4 billion (Up 7.8%)
  7. Medication mixes in dosage: $357.4 billion (Up 1%)
  8. Gold (unwrought): $350.9 billion (Down -4.7%)
  9. Computers, optical readers: $342 billion (Up 10.5%)
  10. Petroleum gases: $284.9 billion (Up 27.6%)
  11. Blood fractions (including antisera): $160.6 billion (Up 20.1%)
  12. Turbo-jets: $154.9 billion (Up 16.7%)
  13. Aircraft, spacecraft: $147.3 billion (Down -1.7%)
  14. Trucks: $137.2 billion (Up 11%)
  15. Coal, solid fuels made from coal: $133.2 billion (Up 57%)
  16. Diamonds (unmounted/unset): $129 billion (Up 6.7%)
  17. Computer parts, accessories: $120.8 billion (Up 16.1%)
  18. Insulated wire/cable: $118.4 billion (Up 8.6%)
  19. Solar power diodes/semi-conductors: $115.8 billion (Up 3.4%)
  20. Electro-medical equipment (e.g. xrays): $115.5 billion (Up 4.8%)

The above 20 products accounted for approximately three-quarters (75.7%) of all imported goods shipped in 2017.

Among the world’s top imports, the fastest-growing products from 2016 to 2017 were coal and related solid fuels (up 57%), crude oil (up 32.4%), refined petroleum oils (up 28.6%), petroleum gases (up 27.6%), blood fractions including antisera (up 20.1%) and turbo-jets (up 16.7%).

There were two decliners for the top imported goods namely gold (down -4.7%) then the aircraft and spacecraft category (down -1.7%).

To research relevant statistics from the world’s top 250 imported goods, click on one of the column headings below.

RankProduct2017 Import Purchases2016-7
1.Crude oil$887.4 billion+32.4%
2.Cars$758 billion+7.5%
3.Integrated circuits/microassemblies$744.5 billion+15.3%
4.Phone system devices including smartphone$615.2 billion+12.5%
5.Processed petroleum oils$612 billion+28.6%
6.Automobile parts/accessories$387.4 billion+7.8%
7.Medication mixes in dosage$357.4 billion+1%
8.Gold (unwrought)$350.9 billion-4.7%
9.Computers, optical readers$342 billion+10.5%
10.Petroleum gases$284.9 billion+27.6%
11.Blood fractions (including antisera)$160.6 billion+20.1%
12.Turbo-jets$154.9 billion+16.7%
13.Aircraft, spacecraft$147.3 billion-1.7%
14.Trucks$137.2 billion+11%
15.Coal, solid fuels made from coal$133.2 billion+57%
16.Diamonds (unmounted/unset)$129 billion+6.7%
17.Computer parts, accessories$120.8 billion+16.1%
18.Insulated wire/cable$118.4 billion+8.6%
19.Solar power diodes/semi-conductors$115.8 billion+3.4%
20.Electro-medical equip (e.g. xrays)$115.5 billion+4.8%
21.Iron ores, concentrates$114.5 billion+35.2%
22.Lower-voltage switches, fuses$105.8 billion+8.6%
23.Printing machinery$99.4 billion+8%
24.Electrical converters/power units$94.6 billion+5.9%
25.Aircraft parts$90.9 billion-6.5%
26.TV receivers/monitors/projectors$90.2 billion+7.4%
27.Taps, valves, similar appliances$88.5 billion+5.4%
28.Machinery for making semi-conductors$82.5 billion+38.2%
29.Miscellaneous furniture$80.8 billion+8.1%
30.Ethylene polymers$79.6 billion+9.1%
31.Seats (excluding barber/dentist chairs)$79.1 billion+6.3%
32.Rubber tires (new)$77.3 billion+7.4%
33.Miscellaneous machinery$76 billion+11.6%
34.Jewelry$74 billion+7.6%
35.Miscellaneous plastic items$72.7 billion+8.6%
36.Air or vacuum pumps$72.2 billion+5.5%
37.TV/radio/radar device parts$67.9 billion+12.1%
38.Liquid crystal/laser/optical tools$66.8 billion+8.4%
39.Heterocyclics, nucleic acids$65.8 billion-3.3%
40.Piston engine parts$65.4 billion+7.9%
41.Liquid pumps and elevators$64.8 billion+7.7%
42.Soya beans$63.1 billion+13.1%
43.Cases, handbags, wallets$62.5 billion+7.6%
44.Centrifuges, filters and purifiers$62.5 billion+6.6%
45.Unrecorded sound media$62.1 billion+11.8%
46.Refined copper, unwrought alloys$60 billion+19%
47.Electrical/optical circuit boards, panels$60 billion+7.5%
48.Transmission shafts, gears, clutches$58.2 billion+8.5%
49.Copper ores, concentrates$57.9 billion+32.5%
50.Orthopedic appliances$57.7 billion+6.1%
51.Aluminum (unwrought)$57.5 billion+24%
52.Plastic plates, sheets, film, tape, strips$57 billion+7.9%
53.Polyacetal/ether/carbonates$56.6 billion+13.2%
54.Machinery parts$55.5 billion+10.4%
55.Electric motors, generators$53.4 billion+8.2%
56.Women's clothing (not knit or crochet)$52.9 billion+5.4%
57.Jerseys, pullovers (knit or crochet)$51.9 billion+4.1%
58.Plastic packing goods, lids, caps$51.8 billion+5.2%
59.Hot-rolled iron or non-alloy steel products$51.6 billion+27.8%
60.Footwear (leather)$51.4 billion+1.1%
61.Miscellaneous iron or steel items$51.1 billion+7.9%
62.Flat-rolled iron or non-alloy steel products (plated/coated)$50.7 billion+23%
63.Models, puzzles, miscellaneous toys$49.2 billion+5.4%
64.Beauty/makeup/skin care preparations$48.9 billion+14.8%
65.Printed circuits$48.7 billion+9.4%
66.Cyclic hydrocarbons$48.2 billion+25.7%
67.Tractors$48.1 billion+11.2%
68.Cruise/cargo ships, barges$47.2 billion+18.3%
69.Engines (diesel)$46.9 billion+7%
70.Other measuring/testing machines$46.7 billion+11.6%
71.Electric water heaters, hair dryers$46.2 billion+8.7%
72.Lamps, lighting, illuminated signs$45.7 billion+6.4%
73.Electric storage batteries$45.1 billion+20.8%
74.TV receiver/transmit/digital cameras$45 billion+3.7%
75.Miscellaneous iron and steel structures$45 billion+9.4%
76.Piston engines$45 billion+6.6%
77.Refrigerators, freezers$44.1 billion+5.8%
78.Air conditioners$43.9 billion+6.5%
79.Physical/chemical analysis tools$43.6 billion+8.7%
80.Temperature-change machines$43.5 billion+4.8%
81.Electrical machinery$43.3 billion+2.8%
82.Wheat$43.1 billion+10.2%
83.Propylene/olefin polymers$43 billion+12.5%
84.Heavy machinery (bulldozers, excavators, road rollers)$42.4 billion+22.8%
85.Men's suits, trousers (not knit or crochet)$41.2 billion+1.3%
86.Sawn wood$40.5 billion+9.3%
87.Iron and steel screws, bolts, nuts, washers$40.5 billion+8.1%
88.Chemical industry products/residuals$39.1 billion+6.7%
89.Other food preparations$39.1 billion+5.4%
90.Footwear (textile)$39 billion+16.9%
91.Microphones/headphones/amps$38.9 billion+15.1%
92.T-shirts, vests (knit or crochet)$38.5 billion+5.4%
93.Regulate/control instruments$37.1 billion+5.7%
94.Acyclic alcohols$36.6 billion+32.6%
95.Wine:$35.8 billion+8.5%
96.Packaged insecticides/fungicides/herbicides$35.6 billion+9.9%
97.Electric circuit parts, fuses, switches$35 billion+11.6%
98.Iron or steel scrap$34.2 billion+42.4%
99.Palm oil$33.9 billion+20.1%
100.Bread, biscuits, cakes, pastries$33.6 billion+7.4%
101.Chemical woodpulp (non-dissolving)$33.3 billion+13.6%
102.Ball, roller bearings$32.8 billion+10.8%
103.Corn$32.8 billion+3.4%
104.Base metal mountings, fittings$32.7 billion+8.2%
105.Coffee$32.7 billion+8.6%
106.Sugar (cane or beet)$31.4 billion+12.2%
107.Table games, bowling equipment$31.4 billion+37.5%
108.Alcohol (including spirits, liqueurs)$31.3 billion+12.5%
109.Electrical lighting/signaling equpment, defrosters$31.1 billion+9.2%
110.Cheese, curd$30.3 billion+12.8%
111.Aluminum plates, sheets, strips$30 billion+14.8%
112.Lifting/loading machinery$29.9 billion+9.8%
113.Flat-rolled stainless steel items$29.9 billion+24.4%
114.Swine meat$29.7 billion+8.5%
115.Flat-rolled other alloy steel products$29.6 billion+20%
116.Other organic cleaning preparations$29.4 billion+7.3%
117.Footwear (rubber or plastic)$29.3 billion+2%
118.Optical fiber cables, sheets, plates$29.3 billion+14%
119.Iron ferroalloys$29.1 billion+41.6%
120.Cigars/cigarellos, cigarettes$28.8 billion+14.7%
121.Crustaceans (including lobsters)$28.8 billion+24.5%
122.Vulcanized rubber items$28.7 billion+7.2%
123.Electrical capacitators$28.5 billion+9.6%
124.Electrical energy$28.4 billion+18%
125.Miscellaneous animal feed preparations$28 billion+11.8%
126. Dishwashing, clean/dry/fill machines:$28 billion+5.9%
127.Synthetic rubber$27.9 billion+33.9%
128.Platinum (unwrought)$27.5 billion+26%
129.Coated paper$27.3 billion+3.5%
130.Chocolate, other cocoa preparations$27.2 billion+2.7%
131.Other diagnostic/lab reagents$27.1 billion+8.6%
132.Rubber/plastic article making machines$27 billion+13.3%
133.Women's clothing (knit or crochet)$26.7 billion+6.1%
134.Sports equipment$26 billion+8%
135.Pneumatic hand tool$25.9 billion+12.3%
136.Plastic plates, sheets, film, tape, strips$25.7 billion+8.7%
137.Wrist/pocket watches (no precious metal case)$25.7 billion+3.5%
138.Trailers$25.6 billion+11.3%
139.Iron or non-alloy steel products (semi-finished)$25.2 billion+30.7%
140.Whole fish (frozen)$25.1 billion+16.8%
141.Acyclic hydrocarbons$25.1 billion+27%
142.Soya-bean oil-cake, other solid residues$24.8 billion-3.4%
143.Fish fillets, pieces$24.2 billion+8.3%
144.Poultry meat$24.2 billion+5.1%
145.Oscilloscopes, spectrum analyzers$24.1 billion+6.3%
146.Styrene polymers$24 billion+19.9%
147.Iron or steel tubes, pipes$24 billion+14.8%
148.Plastic tubes, pipes, fittings$23.9 billion+9.9%
149.Coal tar oils (high temperature distillation)$23.7 billion+29.8%
150.Rice$23.6 billion+17%
151.Miscellaneous iron or steel tubes, pipes$23.4 billion+26.1%
152.Scents used for beverage or industrial manufacturing$23.4 billion+5.6%
153.Copper waste, scrap$23.4 billion+33.9%
154.Interchangeable hand/machine tools$22.2 billion+12.8%
155.Frozen beef$22.2 billion+22.7%
156.Motorcycles$22.1 billion+15.3%
157.X-ray equipment$21.9 billion+4.9%
158.Fresh or chilled beef$21.9 billion+6.9%
159.Paper containers, cellulose wadding$21.9 billion+5.9%
160.Nitrogenous fertilizers$21.7 billion+5.8%
161.Liquid/gas checking instruments$21.6 billion+4.9%
162.Fertilizer mixes$21.5 billion+7.1%
163.Self-adhesive plastic in rolls$21.2 billion+6.4%
164.Light vessels, fire boats, floating docks$21 billion+46.2%
165.Flour/meal/starch/malt extract food preparations$20.9 billion+8.7%
166.Miscellaneous engines, motors$20.7 billion+9.7%
167.Precious metal waste, scrap$20.6 billion-5.2%
168.Vinyl chloride polymers$20.5 billion+15.2%
169.Electric ignition/start equipment$20.4 billion+4.6%
170.Electric generating sets, converters$19.9 billion-7.5%
171.Whole fish (fresh)$19.9 billion+4.2%
172.Harvest/threshing machinery$19.8 billion+13.6%
173.Concentrated/sweetened milk, cream$19.8 billion+14.1%
174.Uncoated paper for writing/printing$19.7 billion+3.7%
175.Non-alcoholic drinks (not water/juice/milk)$19.6 billion+6.8%
176.Spray/dispersing mechanical appliances$19.4 billion+8.8%
177.Synthetic yarn woven fabrics$19.2 billion+11.4%
178.Miscellaneous heterocyclics$19.1 billion-5.4%
179.Cellulose fiber paper$19.1 billion+3.8%
180.Radar, radio communication items$19 billion-1.1%
181.Silver (unwrought)$18.9 billion+4.4%
182.Other machine parts, accessories$18.7 billion+12.3%
183.Rough wood$18.5 billion+10.3%
184.Moulding boxes/base$18.5 billion+8.7%
185.Motorcycle parts/accessories$18.3 billion+5.9%
186.Perfumes, toilet waters$18.3 billion+9.8%
187.Linens$18.2 billion+4.5%
188.Electric sound/visual signal bells or alarms$18.1 billion+1.8%
189.Electric motor parts$18.1 billion+5.8%
190.Amino-compounds (oxygen)$18 billion-2.2%
191.Cold-rolled iron or non-alloy steel products$18 billion+33.3%
192.Copper wire$17.9 billion+20.6%
193.Synthetic filament yarn$17.9 billion+9.4%
194.Plastic tableware, kitchenware, toiletry$17.7 billion+5.3%
195.Iron or steel pipe fittings$17.6 billion+5.5%
196.Petroleum oil residues$17.5 billion+43.6%
197.Natural rubber$17.5 billion+37.9%
198.Women's coats, jackets (not knit or crochet)$17.4 billion+8%
199.Miscellaneous nuts$17.1 billion+8.3%
200.Amino-resins$17.1 billion+25.7%
201.Initiators/accelerators, catalytic preps$17.1 billion+13.4%
202.Public-transport vehicles$17 billion+7.5%
203.Fork-lift trucks$16.9 billion+12.7%
204.Hormones, miscellaneous steroids$16.7 billion+12.7%
205.Zinc (unwrought)$16.6 billion+47.3%
206.Filament/discharge lamps$16.5 billion+41.3%
207.Miscellaneous fruits (fresh)$16.1 billion+13.3%
208.Aluminum oxide/hydroxide$15.9 billion+20.1%
209.Acrylic polymers$15.8 billion+12.8%
210.Bananas, plantains$15.7 billion+7.1%
211.Sort/screen/washing machinery$15.7 billion-2.1%
212.Fruit and vegetable juices$15.7 billion+4.1%
213.Unglazed ceramic flags, paving, tile$15.6 billion+291.7%
214.Printed books, brochures$15.5 billion+2.2%
215.Iron or non-alloy steel bars, rods$15.5 billion+3%
216.Miscellaneous meat (preserved/prepared)$15.4 billion+6.7%
217.Lenses, prisms, mirrors$15.4 billion+19.7%
218.Fish, caviar (preserved/prepared)$15.4 billion+9.8%
219.Women's shirts (not knit or crochet)$15.4 billion+2.1%
220.Mattresses, quilts$15.3 billion+10.2%
221.Hand-drawn paintings, drawings$15.2 billion+3.4%
222.Polyamides$15.2 billion+17.4%
223.Fresh or dried citrus fruit$15.1 billion+5.3%
224.Sutures, special pharmaceutical goods$15.1 billion+6%
225.Malt beer$15 billion+5.4%
226.Sanitary towels, baby napkins/liners$15 billion+3.7%
227.Miscellaneous preserved fruits$15 billion+7%
228.Other than warp-knit fabrics$15 billion+12.9%
229.Yachts, other pleasure/sports vessels$15 billion+12.8%
230.Laminated wood (including plywood, veneer panels)$14.6 billion+6.4%
231.Miscellaneous aluminum items$14.6 billion+4.2%
232.Chemicals used in electronics$14.5 billion+20.8%
233.Potassic fertilizers$14.5 billion+12.7%
234.Washing machines$14.4 billion+8.2%
235.Wood carpentry, builders' joinery$14.4 billion+8.3%
236.Coated/laminated non-wovens$14.3 billion+7.3%
237.Miscellaneous articles, dress patterns$14.3 billion+6.7%
238.Aluminum bars/rods$14.2 billion+6.8%
239.Miscellaneous fresh/chilled vegetables$14.2 billion+4.4%
240.Other coloring matter, luminophores$14.1 billion+20.5%
241.Aluminum waste, scrap$14 billion+27.7%
242.Cotton (uncarded, uncombed)$13.9 billion+29.2%
243.Hair preparations$13.8 billion+7.2%
244.Dates/figs/pineapples/mangoes/avocadoes/guavas$13.8 billion+17.6%
245.Telecommunication receivers$13.7 billion-0.4%
246.Print/write/draw inks$13.7 billion+5.9%
247.Dried shelled vegetables$13.6 billion+7.3%
248.Wrist/pocket watches (precious metal case)$13.6 billion+0.2%
249.Synthetic organic coloring$13.5 billion+5.5%
250.Men's shirts (not knit or crochet)$13.5 billion-4.9%

World’s Top Import Countries

Below are the 20 countries that spent the most on imported goods during 2017.

  1. United States: $2.408 trillion (Up 7% from 2016 to 2017)
  2. China: $1.844 trillion (Up 16.1%)
  3. Germany: $1.174 trillion (Up 10.6%)
  4. Japan: $671.9 billion (Up 10.7%)
  5. United Kingdom: $641.3 billion (Up 0.8%)
  6. France: $613.1 billion (Up 9.4%)
  7. Hong Kong: $589.8 billion (Up 7.8%)
  8. South Korea: $478.4 billion (Up 17.8%)
  9. Italy: $451.4 billion (Up 11.6%)
  10. Netherlands: $450.1 billion (Up 13%)
  11. India: $444.1 billion (Up 24.5%)
  12. Canada: $432.4 billion (Up 7.3%)
  13. Mexico: $420.4 billion (Up 8.6%)
  14. Belgium: $406.4 billion (Up 9%)
  15. Spain: $350.9 billion (Up 16%)
  16. Singapore: $327.7 billion (Up 12.3%)
  17. United Arab Emirates: $269.7 billion (Down -0.4%)
  18. Switzerland: $267.5 billion (Down -0.6%)
  19. Taiwan: $259.6 billion (Up 12.4%)
  20. Vietnam: $237.3 billion (Up 35.6%)

The above countries represent 71.4% of the total value for all imported products during 2017.

Among these top 20 global purchasers, the fastest-growing buyers from 2016 to 2017 were: Vietnam (up 35.6%), India (up 24.5%), South Korea (up 17.8%), China (up 16.1%), Spain (up 16%) and the Netherlands (up 13%).

Only two top 20 purchasers reduced their imports year over year, namely Switzerland via its -0.6% decline and the United Arab Emirates with its modest -0.4% slowdown.

To research itemized statistics for the world’s top importers including countries, islands and territories, click on one of the column headings below.

RankCountry2017 Import Purchases2016-7
1.United States$2.408 trillion+7%
2.China$1.844 trillion+16.1%
3.Germany$1.174 trillion+10.6%
4.Japan$671.9 billion+10.7%
5.United Kingdom$641.3 billion+0.8%
6.France$613.1 billion+9.4%
7.Hong Kong$589.8 billion+7.8%
8.South Korea$478.4 billion+17.8%
9.Italy$451.4 billion+11.6%
10.Netherlands$450.1 billion+13%
11.India$444.1 billion+24.5%
12.Canada$432.4 billion+7.3%
13.Mexico$420.4 billion+8.6%
14.Belgium$406.4 billion+9%
15.Spain$350.9 billion+16%
16.Singapore$327.7 billion+12.3%
17.United Arab Emirates$269.7 billion-0.4%
18.Switzerland$267.5 billion-0.6%
19.Taiwan$259.6 billion+12.4%
20.Vietnam$237.3 billion+35.6%
21.Turkey$233.8 billion+17.7%
22.Russia$228.2 billion+25.2%
23.Thailand$225.1 billion+15%
24.Australia$221.4 billion+16.9%
25.Poland$218 billion+15.6%
26.Malaysia$193.9 billion+15.1%
27.Austria$175.8 billion+11.5%
28.Czech Republic$162.1 billion+13.9%
29.Indonesia$157.4 billion+16%
30.Sweden$153.9 billion+9%
31.Brazil$150.7 billion+9.6%
32.Saudi Arabia$126.8 billion-2.3%
33.Hungary$104.3 billion+13.3%
34.Philippines$101.9 billion+18.6%
35.Denmark$92.2 billion+8.4%
36.Ireland$88.8 billion+8.3%
37.Norway$85.5 billion+17.5%
38.Romania$85.3 billion+14.4%
39.South Africa$83 billion+11.1%
40.Slovakia$83 billion+10.4%
41.Portugal$77.8 billion+15.1%
42.Finland$70.1 billion+15.9%
43.Israel$69.7 billion+5.9%
44.Argentina$66.9 billion+20.3%
45.Egypt$66.3 billion+14.3%
46.Chile$65.1 billion+10.7%
47.Pakistan$57.4 billion+22.2%
48.Greece$55.3 billion+16.2%
49.Iran$51.6 billion+20.9%
50.Iraq$50 billion+22.9%
51.Ukraine$49.4 billion+26%
52.Bangladesh$48.9 billion+13.2%
53.Colombia$46.1 billion+2.8%
54.Algeria$46.1 billion-2.2%
55.Morocco$45.1 billion+8.1%
56.New Zealand$40.1 billion+10.8%
57.Peru$39.7 billion+9.9%
58.Panama$37.6 billion+79.8%
59.Belarus$34.2 billion+24%
60.Bulgaria$34.1 billion+18.3%
61.Kuwait$33.6 billion+9%
62.Lithuania$31 billion+13.3%
63.Kazakhstan$29.3 billion+16.6%
64.Nigeria$28.9 billion-17.8%
65.Slovenia$28.2 billion+5.6%
66.Qatar$27.8 billion-13.4%
67.Croatia$24.6 billion+12.7%
68.Serbia$22.1 billion+15.2%
69.Sri Lanka$21.3 billion+9.3%
70.Luxembourg$21.1 billion+10.2%
71.Tunisia$20.6 billion+5.8%
72.Jordan$20.4 billion+6.2%
73.Oman$20.1 billion-13.5%
74.Ecuador$19.8 billion+22.6%
75.Dominican Republic$19.5 billion+9.8%
76.Myanmar$19.3 billion+22.7%
77.Guatemala$18.4 billion+8.3%
78.Cambodia$18.1 billion+46.7%
79.Estonia$17.3 billion+10.5%
80.Lebanon$17.3 billion-7.5%
81.Kenya$16.7 billion+18.3%
82.Marshall Islands$16.1 billion-5.8%
83.Costa Rica$15.9 billion+3.9%
84.Latvia$15.9 billion+16.9%
85.Ethiopia$14.7 billion-10.5%
86.Ghana$12.7 billion+11.9%
87.Uzbekistan$12 billion+22.1%
88.Angola$11.9 billion+10.3%
89.Paraguay$11.9 billion+21.7%
90.Bahrain$11.9 billion-19.5%
91.Macao$10.9 billion+22.5%
92.Afghanistan$10.8 billion+65%
93.El Salvador$10.6 billion+7.8%
94.Bosnia/Herzegovina$10.4 billion+14.2%
95.Cameroon$10.4 billion+111.7%
96.Sudan$10.3 billionNo 2016 data
97.Venezuela$10.1 billion-35.2%
98.Nepal$10 billion+13.1%
99.Côte d'Ivoire$9.6 billion+14.3%
100.Bolivia$9.3 billion+10.4%
101.Libya, State of$9.3 billion-7.1%
102.Cyprus$9.3 billion+40.7%
103.Bahamas$9.1 billion+209.1%
104.Gibraltar$8.8 billion+1.5%
105.Azerbaijan$8.8 billion+2.9%
106.Zambia$8.7 billion+18.7%
107.Honduras$8.6 billion+8.8%
108.Uruguay$8.5 billion+3.9%
109.Georgia$8 billion+10.3%
110.Tanzania$7.8 billion-1.4%
111.Macedonia$7.7 billion+14.2%
112.Nicaragua$7.7 billion+3.1%
113.Yemen$7.1 billion+3.3%
114.Iceland$7 billion+22.2%
115.Namibia$6.8 billion+0.9%
116.Senegal$6.7 billion+22.8%
117.Cuba$6.5 billion-4.9%
118.Syria$6.1 billion+26.7%
119.Laos$6 billion+45.7%
120.Jamaica$5.8 billion+22%
121.Malta$5.8 billion-9.2%
122.Mozambique$5.8 billion+8.8%
123.Albania$5.7 billion+22.4%
124.Trinidad/Tobago$5.7 billion-5.5%
125.Uganda$5.6 billion+15.9%
126.Botswana$5.3 billion-13.4%
127.Mauritius$5.3 billion+13.2%
128.Democr. Rep. Congo$5 billion-0.8%
129.Moldova$4.8 billion+20.2%
130.Djibouti$4.7 billion+4.6%
131.Congo$4.6 billionNo 2016 data
132.Kyrgyzstan$4.5 billion+16.6%
133.Turkmenistan$4.4 billion-22.1%
134.Cayman Islands$4.3 billion-8.3%
135.Papua New Guinea$4.2 billion+1%
136.Guinea$4.2 billion+18.9%
137.Mongolia$4 billion+21.3%
138.Armenia$3.9 billion+21%
139.Burkina Faso$3.7 billion+11.2%
140.Madagascar$3.7 billion+23.2%
141.Mali$3.6 billion-6.5%
142.Zimbabwe$3.6 billion-31.9%
143.Mauritania$3.5 billion+54.6%
144.North Korea$3.4 billion+9.6%
145.Somalia$3.3 billion+22%
146.Tajikistan$3.3 billion+9.7%
147.Brunei Darussalam$3.1 billion+15.4%
148.Benin$3.1 billion+16.7%
149.Montenegro$2.6 billion+15.4%
150.Malawi$959.8 million+15.3%
151.Fiji$2.4 billion+4.5%
152.Maldives$2.4 billion+10.9%
153.Gabon$2.3 billion+14%
154.New Caledonia$2.2 billion+6.2%
155.Haiti$2.1 billion-32.1%
156.Curaçao$2.1 billion-16%
157.Lesotho$2.1 billionNo 2016 data
158.Niger$1.8 billion-5.3%
159.Guyana$1.8 billion+8.4%
160.Togo$1.6 billion-5.9%
161.Swaziland$1.6 billion+23.7%
162.Barbados$1.6 billion-1.3%
163.Andorra$1.4 billion+5.4%
164.French Polynesia$1.4 billion+10.9%
165.US Minor Outlying Is$1.4 billion+46.7%
166.Rwanda$1.3 billion-26.5%
167.Liberia$1.3 billionNo 2016 data
168.Suriname$1.2 billion+2.9%
169.Aruba$1.2 billion+6.6%
170.British Virgin Islands$1.1 billion-26.3%
171.Bermuda$1.1 billion+11%
172.Sierra Leone$1.1 billion+12.1%
173.Palestine$1 billion-80.8%
174.Faroe Islands$999.8 million+8.7%
175.Belize$913.1 million-4.1%
176.Seychelles$887 million-46.2%
177.Equatorial Guinea$867.3 million-23.5%
178.Cabo Verde$793.6 million+18.1%
179.Greenland$737.4 million+18.4%
180.Burundi$725.2 million+16%
181.Chad$716.9 million+8.5%
182.Saint Lucia$663.7 million-0.8%
183.Antigua/Barbuda$629.8 million+28.4%
184.Solomon Islands$571.8 million+26%
185.South Sudan$568.6 million+0.5%
186.Bhutan$555.9 million+19.9%
187.Gambia$553.9 million+43.8%
188.Timor-Leste$532.2 million-10%
189.Central African Rep$416 million+3.7%
190.Turks/Caicos Islands$414.5 million+21.1%
191.Eritrea$401.8 million+17.5%
192.Comoros$371.9 million-16.3%
193.Dominica$360.5 million+79.4%
194.Samoa$356.2 million+1.8%
195.Vanuatu$339.5 million-7.7%
196.St Vincent/Grenadines$330 million-1.4%
197.Saint Kitts/Nevis$308.9 million-7.4%
198.Grenada$244.4 million+18%
199.Bonaire/St Eustatius/Saba$234.9 million-37.8%
200.Micronesia$209.6 million+17%
201.Guinea-Bissau$176.9 millionNo 2016 data
202.Palau$157.8 million+2.8%
203.Cook Islands$153.2 million+1.8%
204.Northern Mariana Is$152.6 million+15.1%
205.Sao Tome/Principe$147.1 million+5.5%
206.St Maarten (Dutch)$145.5-4.8%
207.Tonga$137.1 million-31.8%
208.Kiribati$118.7 million+1.1%
209.Falkland Is (Malvinas)$118.6 million+36.5%
210.Anguilla$95.2 million+49.9%
211.Tuvalu$87.9 million+50.4%
212.Western Sahara$79.6 million+3,530%
213.British Indian Ocean Terr$68.5 million+50.9%
214.St. Pierre/Miquelon$58.3 million-5.9%
215.French S./Antarctic Terr$57.1 million-11.4%
216.Norfolk Island$50.4 million+30.5%
217.Nauru$48.1 million-14.5%
218.Tokelau$46.3 million+644%
219.Saint Helena$45.7 million-3.5%
220.Wallis/Futuna Islands$37.5 million+13.7%
221.Christmas Island$32.5 million-4.4%
222.Montserrat$18.9 million-50.5%
223.American Samoa$15.9 million-5.6%
224.Niue$15.9 million-14.1%
225.Cocos (Keeling) Islands$9.8 million-7.8%
226.Pitcairn$4.5 million+34.3%
227.Guam$3.1 million+7,483%
228.Serbia/Montenegro$13,000No 2016 data

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Research Sources:
Trade Map, International Trade Centre. Accessed on November 25, 2018