Country Comparison > Exports

RankCountryExports (Billion $)
1China2,210
2United States1,575
3Germany1,493
4United Kingdom813.2
5Japan697
6France578.6
7Netherlands576.9
8Korea, South557.3
9Russia515
10Italy474
11Canada458.7
12Spain458
13Hong Kong456.4
14Singapore410.3
15Saudi Arabia376.3
16Mexico370.9
17United Arab Emirates368.9
18India313.2
19Taiwan305.8
20Belgium295.3
21Australia251.7
22Brazil244.8
23Malaysia230.7
24Switzerland229.2
25Thailand225.4
26Poland202.3
27Sweden181.5
28Indonesia178.9
29Turkey167.6
30Austria165.6
31Czech Republic161.4
32Norway154.2
33Vietnam128.9
34Ireland113.6
35Kuwait112
36Denmark106
37Nigeria93.55
38Hungary92.98
39Iraq91.99
40Venezuela91.78
41South Africa91.05
42Kazakhstan87.23
43Argentina85.08
44Slovakia82.7
45Chile77.94
46Finland75.7
47Ukraine71.14
48Angola70.84
49Puerto Rico69.75
50Algeria68.25
51Romania65.84
52Iran61.22
53Portugal61
54Israel60.67
55Colombia58.7
56Oman56.22
57Philippines47.45
58Belarus42.06
59Peru41.48
60Libya38.45
61New Zealand37.84
62Azerbaijan34.46
63Lithuania30.4
64Greece30.39
65Slovenia28.73
66Bulgaria27.9
67Bangladesh26.91
68Ecuador25.48
69Pakistan25.05
70Egypt24.81
71Bahrain20.69
72Panama18.87
73Tunisia17.46
74Turkmenistan17.13
75Morocco16.78
76Luxembourg15.8
77Equatorial Guinea15.44
78Estonia15.11
79Uzbekistan14.91
80Paraguay14.7
81Serbia14.61
82Ghana13.37
83Cote d'Ivoire12.96
84Trinidad and Tobago12.86
85Brunei12.75
86Qatar12.7
87Latvia12.67
88Croatia12.36
89Bolivia12.16
90Costa Rica11.66
91Uruguay10.5
92Sri Lanka10.39
93Guatemala10.29
94Congo, Democratic Republic of the9.94
95Congo, Republic of the9.91
96Dominican Republic9.82
97Gabon9.78
98Burma9.04
99Zambia8.55
100Jordan7.91
101Honduras7.88
102Botswana7.57
103Cambodia6.78
104Yemen6.69
105Kenya6.58
106Cuba6.25
107Cameroon6
108Tanzania5.92
109Lebanon5.83
110Bosnia and Herzegovina5.69
111Papua New Guinea5.39
112Iceland5.2
113Namibia5.12
114El Salvador5.11
115Malta5.11
116Mongolia4.29
117Macedonia4.27
118Virgin Islands4.23
119Sudan4.14
120Korea, North3.95
121Mozambique3.92
122Chad3.87
123San Marino3.83
124Liechtenstein3.8
125Ethiopia3.21
126Uganda3.16
127Zimbabwe3.14
128Burkina Faso2.84
129Mauritius2.79
130Mauritania2.73
131Senegal2.69
132Syria2.67
133Georgia2.62
134Mali2.58
135Suriname2.51
136Nicaragua2.4
137Moldova2.4
138Albania2.32
139Laos2.31
140Aruba2.22
141Kyrgyzstan1.88
142Jamaica1.77
143Armenia1.65
144Curacao1.61
145Swaziland1.6
146Sierra Leone1.56
147Niger1.54
148Malawi1.43
149Guyana1.34
150New Caledonia1.32
151Guinea1.31
152Tajikistan1.16
153Macau1.14
154Monaco1.12
155Benin1.11
156Nepal1.06
157Barbados1.05
158Fiji1.03
159Togo0.98
160Bahamas, The0.96
161Lesotho0.94
162Liberia0.93
163Haiti0.88
164Faroe Islands0.82
165Bhutan0.72
166West Bank0.67
167Madagascar0.64
168Belize0.63
169Rwanda0.54
170Seychelles0.52
171Somalia0.52
172Eritrea0.5
173Solomon Islands0.49
174Montenegro0.49
175American Samoa0.45
176Kosovo0.41
177Greenland0.38
178Afghanistan0.38
179Maldives0.28
180Gibraltar0.27
181Saint Lucia0.21
182French Polynesia0.2
183Cape Verde0.16
184Guinea-Bissau0.15
185Central African Republic0.14
186Falkland Islands (Islas Malvinas)0.13
187Burundi0.12
188Gambia, The0.11
189Northern Mariana Islands0.1
190Djibouti0.09
191Andorra0.07
192Saint Kitts and Nevis0.06
193Antigua and Barbuda0.05
194Marshall Islands0.05
195Saint Vincent and the Grenadines0.05
196Guam0.04
197Vanuatu0.04
198Grenada0.04
199Dominica0.04
200East Timor0.03
201British Virgin Islands0.03
202Micronesia, Federated States of0.02
203Turks and Caicos Islands0.02
204Comoros0.02
205Saint Helena0.02
206Cayman Islands0.01
207Bermuda0.01
208Palau0.01
209Anguilla0.01
210Sao Tome and Principe0.01
211Samoa0.01
212Tonga0.01
213Kiribati0.01
214Saint Pierre and Miquelon0.01
215Cook Islands0.01
216Montserrat0
217Tuvalu0
218Niue0
219Nauru0
220Wallis and Futuna0
221Tokelau0

Definition: This entry provides the total US dollar amount of merchandise exports on an 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, 2014

See also: Exports map

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