Country Comparison > Imports

RankCountryImports (Billion $)
1United States2,361
2China2,140
3Germany1,135
4Japan644.7
5United Kingdom615.9
6Hong Kong602.4
7France601.7
8Korea, South457.5
9Netherlands453.8
10India452.2
11Canada442.1
12Italy432.9
13Mexico420.8
14Spain338.6
15Singapore312.1
16Belgium300.4
17Taiwan285.9
18Switzerland264.5
19Russia238
20United Arab Emirates229.2
21Turkey225.1
22Poland223.8
23Australia221
24Thailand203.2
25Vietnam202.6
26Malaysia160.7
27Austria158.1
28Brazil153.2
29Sweden153.2
30Indonesia150.1
31Czech Republic134.7
32Saudi Arabia119.3
33Ireland98.13
34Hungary96.3
35Norway95.06
36Denmark94.93
37Somalia94.43
38Philippines89.39
39South Africa89.36
40Samoa89.29
41Slovakia80.07
42Romania78.12
43Iran76.39
44Portugal74.73
45Israel68.61
46Finland65.26
47Argentina63.97
48Chile61.31
49Egypt59.78
50Pakistan53.11
51Greece52.27
52Ukraine49.06
53Puerto Rico49.01
54Algeria48.54
55Bangladesh47.56
56Colombia44.24
57New Zealand39.74
58Morocco39.64
59Iraq39.47
60Peru38.65
61Nigeria32.67
62Kazakhstan31.85
63Belarus31.58
64Lithuania31.56
65Bulgaria31.43
66Qatar30.77
67Slovenia30.38
68Kuwait29.53
69Oman24.12
70Croatia22.34
71Panama21.91
72Sri Lanka20.98
73Tuvalu20.69
74Luxembourg20.66
75Serbia20.44
76Angola19.5
77Ecuador19.31
78Tunisia19.09
79Lebanon18.34
80Jordan18.21
81Dominican Republic17.7
82Guatemala17.11
83Bahrain16.08
84Kenya15.99
85Latvia15.79
86Burma15.78
87Ethiopia15.59
88Costa Rica15.15
89Estonia14.42
90Cambodia14.37
91Ghana12.65
92Uzbekistan11.42
93Libya11.36
94Paraguay11.35
95Honduras11.32
96Macau11.1
97Cuba11.06
98Venezuela11
99Congo, Democratic Republic of the10.82
100Nepal10
101Bosnia and Herzegovina9.55
102El Salvador9.5
103Azerbaijan9.04
104Uruguay8.61
105Bolivia8.6
106Gaza Strip8.59
107Sudan8.22
108Tanzania7.87
109Zambia7.85
110Afghanistan7.62
111Georgia7.41
112Macedonia6.63
113Nicaragua6.61
114West Bank6.57
115Iceland6.53
116Syria6.28
117Trinidad and Tobago6.11
118Mongolia5.88
119Zimbabwe5.47
120Namibia5.38
121Mozambique5.22
122Senegal5.22
123Jamaica5.15
124Uganda5.04
125Botswana5.01
126Malta5
127Mauritius4.99
128Laos4.98
129Cameroon4.81
130Guinea4.8
131Palau4.72
132Turkmenistan4.57
133Moldova4.43
134Kyrgyzstan4.19
135Albania4.1
136Yemen4.08
137South Sudan3.8
138Armenia3.77
139Mali3.64
140Haiti3.62
141Burkina Faso3.31
142Kosovo3.22
143Bahamas, The3.18
144Brunei3
145Gibraltar2.97
146Guam2.96
147Gabon2.83
148Benin2.79
149Madagascar2.74
150New Caledonia2.71
151Montenegro2.62
152Equatorial Guinea2.58
153San Marino2.55
154Congo, Republic of the2.5
155Virgin Islands2.49
156Tajikistan2.39
157Korea, North2.32
158Malawi2.31
159French Polynesia2.23
160Liechtenstein2.23
161Chad2.16
162Maldives2.13
163Mauritania2.09
164Togo2
165Rwanda1.92
166Fiji1.91
167Papua New Guinea1.88
168Niger1.83
169Lesotho1.83
170Guyana1.63
171Barbados1.52
172Swaziland1.45
173Monaco1.37
174Suriname1.29
175Andorra1.26
176Liberia1.17
177Seychelles1.15
178Eritrea1.13
179Aruba1.12
180Sierra Leone1.11
181Bermuda1.09
182Bhutan1.02
183Faroe Islands0.98
184Northern Mariana Islands0.89
185Belize0.85
186Cape Verde0.84
187Cayman Islands0.79
188Greenland0.78
189Djibouti0.73
190East Timor0.68
191American Samoa0.62
192Burundi0.6
193Saint Lucia0.6
194Turks and Caicos Islands0.59
195Antigua and Barbuda0.56
196Solomon Islands0.46
197Central African Republic0.39
198Gambia, The0.38
199Saint Kitts and Nevis0.34
200Grenada0.32
201British Virgin Islands0.3
202Saint Vincent and the Grenadines0.3
203Guinea-Bissau0.28
204Vanuatu0.27
205Tonga0.25
206Comoros0.21
207Dominica0.21
208Anguilla0.19
209Micronesia, Federated States of0.17
210Sao Tome and Principe0.13
211Cook Islands0.11
212Kiribati0.11
213Marshall Islands0.1
214Saint Pierre and Miquelon0.1
215Falkland Islands (Islas Malvinas)0.09
216Nauru0.06
217Wallis and Futuna0.06
218Montserrat0.04
219Saint Helena0.02
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, 2020

See also: Imports map

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