Country Comparison > Imports

RankCountryImports (Billion $)
1United States2,236
2China1,743
3Germany1,198
4Japan808.4
5France688.5
6United Kingdom639.5
7Italy556.4
8Korea, South524.4
9Netherlands493.1
10Hong Kong482.6
11India461.4
12Canada461
13Singapore366.3
14Spain363.1
15Belgium355.1
16Mexico350.8
17Russia322.5
18Switzerland294.1
19Taiwan279.4
20Australia243.4
21Turkey232.9
22Brazil219.6
23Poland208
24Thailand196.3
25United Arab Emirates185.6
26Austria183.3
27Sweden179.6
28Malaysia177.1
29Indonesia166.1
30Czech Republic133.2
31Saudi Arabia117.4
32South Africa102.6
33Denmark102.1
34Vietnam97.83
35Hungary93.9
36Norway88.47
37Ukraine83.22
38Finland80.4
39Portugal77.25
40Iran76.1
41Romania73.12
42Slovakia72.03
43Israel71.93
44Chile70.92
45Argentina70.73
46Nigeria69.49
47Ireland68
48Greece66.04
49Philippines62.68
50Colombia54.7
51Egypt53.97
52Iraq53.93
53Venezuela46.44
54Puerto Rico46.12
55Algeria44.19
56Belarus42.18
57Kazakhstan42.13
58Morocco40.39
59Peru36.97
60Pakistan35.82
61New Zealand35.53
62Bangladesh31.75
63Bulgaria30.86
64Lithuania30.83
65Slovenia30.58
66Luxembourg26.27
67Tunisia23.62
68Ecuador23.23
69Qatar23.08
70Panama22.95
71Kuwait21.96
72Angola21.74
73Oman21.41
74Croatia20.4
75Sri Lanka20.02
76Lebanon19.89
77Serbia19.45
78Dominican Republic17.42
79Estonia17.09
80Guatemala16.6
81Jordan16.21
82Costa Rica15.53
83Ghana15.32
84Latvia14.83
85Kenya13.49
86Cuba13.26
87Syria12.93
88Bahrain12.11
89Paraguay12.06
90Bosnia and Herzegovina11.06
91Uruguay10.41
92Honduras10.34
93Libya10.32
94Azerbaijan10.17
95El Salvador9.75
96Turkmenistan9.56
97Afghanistan9.15
98Congo, Democratic Republic of the9.02
99Trinidad and Tobago8.91
100Tanzania8.65
101Uzbekistan8.53
102Yemen8.26
103Ethiopia8.25
104Sudan8.09
105Cote d'Ivoire7.92
106Bolivia7.61
107Malta7.34
108Equatorial Guinea7.32
109Georgia7.06
110Macedonia7.01
111Cambodia6.96
112Mongolia6.53
113Nicaragua6.47
114Zambia6.36
115Macau6.31
116Jamaica6.29
117Botswana6.21
118Cameroon6.11
119Papua New Guinea6.11
120Burma5.98
121Nepal5.4
122Senegal5.39
123Namibia5.35
124Mauritius5.16
125Moldova5.15
126Uganda5.09
127Albania5.08
128Congo, Republic of the4.92
129Virgin Islands4.61
130Iceland4.5
131Zimbabwe4.37
132Mozambique4.03
133Kyrgyzstan3.95
134Madagascar3.71
135West Bank3.6
136Korea, North3.53
137Chad3.51
138Armenia3.5
139Haiti3.35
140New Caledonia3.31
141Kosovo3.3
142Gabon3.19
143Tajikistan3.18
144Gibraltar2.97
145Mauritania2.85
146Bahamas, The2.85
147Brunei2.61
148Mali2.53
149Montenegro2.5
150Curacao2.5
151Laos2.34
152Burkina Faso2.33
153Lesotho2.29
154Benin2.21
155San Marino2.13
156Swaziland2.08
157Aruba2.02
158Niger1.97
159Fiji1.76
160Guinea1.76
161Liechtenstein1.73
162French Polynesia1.71
163Malawi1.69
164Barbados1.55
165Andorra1.47
166Togo1.47
167Guyana1.46
168Suriname1.43
169Rwanda1.37
170Sierra Leone1.31
171Somalia1.26
172Cape Verde0.98
173Maldives0.97
174Bermuda0.94
175Eritrea0.9
176Monaco0.88
177Seychelles0.87
178Cayman Islands0.85
179Bhutan0.84
180Greenland0.81
181Faroe Islands0.78
182Belize0.77
183Liberia0.76
184Guam0.7
185East Timor0.69
186Saint Lucia0.55
187Burundi0.53
188Antigua and Barbuda0.44
189Djibouti0.41
190Central African Republic0.38
191Solomon Islands0.36
192Saint Vincent and the Grenadines0.35
193Guinea-Bissau0.33
194Gambia, The0.33
195Saint Kitts and Nevis0.32
196American Samoa0.31
197British Virgin Islands0.3
198Grenada0.28
199Samoa0.28
200Comoros0.22
201Northern Mariana Islands0.21
202Dominica0.21
203Turks and Caicos Islands0.18
204Vanuatu0.16
205Anguilla0.15
206Tonga0.14
207Micronesia, Federated States of0.13
208Sao Tome and Principe0.11
209Palau0.11
210Falkland Islands (Islas Malvinas)0.09
211Cook Islands0.08
212Marshall Islands0.08
213Saint Pierre and Miquelon0.07
214Kiribati0.06
215Wallis and Futuna0.06
216Saint Helena0.05
217Montserrat0.03
218Nauru0.02
219Tuvalu0.01
220Niue0.01
221Tokelau0

Definition: This entry provides the total US dollar amount of merchandise imports on a c.i.f. (cost, insurance, and freight) or f.o.b. (free on board) basis. These figures are calculated on an exchange rate basis, i.e., not in purchasing power parity (PPP) terms.

Source: CIA World Factbook - Unless otherwise noted, information in this page is accurate as of January 1, 2012

See also: Imports map

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