Belgium - Merchandise trade

Merchandise trade (% of GDP)

Merchandise trade (% of GDP) in Belgium was 164.69 as of 2016. Its highest value over the past 56 years was 180.89 in 2008, while its lowest value was 65.76 in 1961.

Definition: Merchandise trade as a share of GDP is the sum of merchandise exports and imports divided by the value of GDP, all in current U.S. dollars.

Source: World Trade Organization, and World Bank GDP estimates.

See also:

Year Value
1960 66.58
1961 65.76
1962 67.10
1963 69.90
1964 72.24
1965 74.24
1966 75.13
1967 71.87
1968 77.51
1969 84.82
1970 85.71
1971 85.47
1972 84.58
1973 92.77
1974 103.34
1975 90.24
1976 95.72
1977 93.59
1978 91.91
1979 100.58
1980 106.97
1981 112.18
1982 119.43
1983 122.36
1984 128.11
1985 126.74
1986 113.89
1987 110.74
1988 113.12
1989 120.22
1990 115.00
1991 112.64
1992 105.14
1993 108.71
1994 113.83
1995 118.52
1996 122.71
1997 132.04
1998 134.65
1999 132.19
2000 153.79
2001 155.15
2002 160.10
2003 153.78
2004 159.75
2005 168.60
2006 175.29
2007 178.57
2008 180.89
2009 149.31
2010 165.21
2011 178.86
2012 177.77
2013 176.69
2014 174.54
2015 169.61
2016 164.69

Classification

Topic: Private Sector & Trade Indicators

Sub-Topic: Total merchandise trade