Country Comparison > Imports

RankCountryImports (Billion $)
1United States2,273
2China1,950
3Germany1,233
4United Kingdom782.5
5Japan766.6
6France659.8
7Hong Kong520.6
8Korea, South516.6
9Netherlands511
10Canada471
11India467.5
12Italy435.8
13Spain431
14Singapore373
15Mexico370.7
16Russia341
17Belgium310.2
18Taiwan268.5
19United Arab Emirates249.6
20Australia245.8
21Turkey242.9
22Brazil241.4
23Thailand219
24Poland207.4
25Switzerland200.5
26Malaysia192.9
27Indonesia178.6
28Austria167.9
29Sweden158
30Saudi Arabia147
31Czech Republic143.4
32Vietnam121.4
33South Africa99.55
34Denmark98.45
35Norway90.14
36Hungary89.52
37Ukraine87.21
38Slovakia77.96
39Chile75.7
40Romania73.42
41Argentina71.3
42Finland70.67
43Israel67.03
44Iraq66.61
45Iran64.42
46Philippines63.91
47Ireland61.51
48Venezuela59.32
49Egypt59.22
50Portugal59
51Nigeria55.98
52Algeria55.02
53Colombia53.5
54Kazakhstan52.03
55Greece50.58
56Puerto Rico47.32
57Belarus45.17
58Peru42.13
59Qatar39.58
60Pakistan39.27
61Morocco38.66
62New Zealand37.35
63Bangladesh32.94
64Bulgaria32.88
65Lithuania32.52
66Oman30.75
67Slovenia29.49
68Libya27.15
69Panama26.61
70Ecuador26.22
71Angola26.09
72Tunisia24.95
73Kuwait24.42
74Luxembourg23.12
75Croatia21.74
76Lebanon20.97
77Serbia20.54
78Jordan18.61
79Ghana18.49
80Sri Lanka18
81Costa Rica17.56
82Dominican Republic16.8
83Guatemala16.7
84Estonia16.38
85Kenya15.86
86Latvia15.56
87Bahrain14.41
88Cuba13.6
89Uzbekistan12.64
90Uruguay12.5
91Turkmenistan12.48
92Paraguay12.37
93Honduras11.34
94Tanzania11.16
95Yemen10.97
96Azerbaijan10.72
97Ethiopia10.68
98Bosnia and Herzegovina10.3
99Macau10.13
100Burma10.11
101El Salvador10.03
102Cote d'Ivoire9.86
103Trinidad and Tobago9.64
104Bolivia9.28
105Congo, Democratic Republic of the8.92
106Syria8.92
107Cambodia8.9
108Zambia8.22
109Equatorial Guinea7.94
110Malta7.44
111Botswana7.39
112Namibia7.08
113Mozambique7.07
114Georgia7.06
115Cameroon6.8
116Macedonia6.6
117Afghanistan6.39
118Nepal6.33
119Sudan5.94
120Mongolia5.7
121Nicaragua5.65
122Senegal5.61
123Jamaica5.56
124Moldova5.49
125West Bank5.47
126Kyrgyzstan5.08
127Mauritius4.95
128Uganda4.86
129Albania4.84
130Korea, North4.83
131Virgin Islands4.61
132Papua New Guinea4.59
133Zimbabwe4.57
134Iceland4.53
135Congo, Republic of the4.3
136Tajikistan4.12
137Gabon3.93
138Armenia3.46
139Kosovo3.4
140Mauritania3.36
141New Caledonia3.24
142Bahamas, The3.24
143Laos3.24
144Aruba3.16
145Brunei3.02
146Gibraltar2.97
147Burkina Faso2.94
148Mali2.89
149Madagascar2.79
150Chad2.7
151Haiti2.7
152San Marino2.55
153Liberia2.46
154Malawi2.42
155Montenegro2.4
156Guinea2.38
157Niger2.31
158French Polynesia2.2
159Lesotho2.15
160Liechtenstein2.09
161Fiji2.05
162Guyana2.04
163Rwanda1.94
164Benin1.84
165Suriname1.78
166Togo1.68
167Barbados1.67
168Sierra Leone1.64
169Swaziland1.54
170Andorra1.43
171Maldives1.41
172Curacao1.28
173Bhutan1.28
174Somalia1.26
175Monaco1.16
176Eritrea1.03
177Bermuda0.93
178Guam0.9
179Burundi0.87
180Belize0.86
181Seychelles0.85
182Greenland0.81
183Cape Verde0.8
184Faroe Islands0.78
185Cayman Islands0.72
186East Timor0.69
187Djibouti0.59
188Saint Lucia0.59
189Turks and Caicos Islands0.59
190Solomon Islands0.45
191Gambia, The0.36
192Saint Kitts and Nevis0.36
193Antigua and Barbuda0.34
194Vanuatu0.32
195Samoa0.32
196British Virgin Islands0.31
197American Samoa0.31
198Saint Vincent and the Grenadines0.3
199Grenada0.3
200Dominica0.22
201Central African Republic0.22
202Northern Mariana Islands0.21
203Comoros0.21
204Guinea-Bissau0.21
205Anguilla0.14
206Micronesia, Federated States of0.13
207Tonga0.12
208Marshall Islands0.12
209Palau0.11
210Sao Tome and Principe0.11
211Saint Pierre and Miquelon0.1
212Falkland Islands (Islas Malvinas)0.09
213Cook Islands0.08
214Kiribati0.08
215Wallis and Futuna0.06
216Montserrat0.03
217Saint Helena0.02
218Tuvalu0.02
219Niue0.01
220Tokelau0

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, 2014

See also: Imports map

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