List of countries by exports

This is a list of countries by merchandise exports, based on The World Factbook of the CIA.[1]

Rank Country Exports
(millions of $)
Date of
information
% of GDP[2]
1  China 2,157,000 2017 EST. 19.6
2  United States 1,576,000 2017 EST. 11.9
3  Germany 1,401,000 2017 EST. 46.1
4  Japan 683,300 2017 EST. 16.1
5  South Korea 577,400 2017 EST. 42.2
6  France 551,800 2017 EST. 29.3
7  Netherlands 526,400 2017 EST. 82.4
8  Italy 499,100 2017 EST. 29.8
 Hong Kong 496,900 2017 EST. 187.4
9  United Kingdom 436,500 2017 EST. 28.3
10  Canada 433,000 2017 EST. 31.0
11  Mexico 406,500 2017 EST. 38.2
12  Singapore 372,900 2017 EST. 172.1
13  Taiwan 344,600 2017 EST. 60.3
14  Russia 336,800 2017 EST. 25.7
15   Switzerland 336,800 2017 EST. 65.8
16  United Arab Emirates 314,700 2017 EST. 103.8
17  Belgium 309,100 2017 EST. 82.9
18  India 303,400 2017 EST. 13.7
19  Spain 301,500 2017 EST. 32.9
20  Saudi Arabia 231,300 2017 EST. 30.7
21  Thailand 228,200 2017 EST. 68.9
22  Ireland 225,100 2017 EST. 121.6
23  Australia 224,500 2017 EST. 18.9
24  Poland 221,400 2017 EST. 52.3
25  Brazil 217,200 2017 EST. 12.5
26  Vietnam 214,000 2017 EST. 93.6 [3] [4]
27  Malaysia 188,200 2017 EST. 67.7
28  Sweden 169,700 2017 EST. 44.3
29  Indonesia 168,800 2017 EST. 19.1
30  Austria 161,800 2017 EST. 52.3
31  Czech Republic 157,400 2017 EST. 79.5
32  Turkey 157,300 2017 EST. 22.0
33  Denmark 113,200 2017 EST. 53.6
34  Norway 102,800 2017 EST. 34.1
35  Hungary 98,720 2017 EST. 89.5
36  Iran 91,990 2017 EST. 22.4
37  Slovakia 80,570 2017 EST. 94.6
38  South Africa 78,250 2017 EST. 30.3
 Puerto Rico 73,160 2017 EST. 68.4
39  Romania 64,920 2017 EST. 41.4
40  Chile 64,510 2017 EST. 28.5
41  Philippines 63,230 2017 EST. 28.0
42  Portugal 62,600 2017 EST. 40.1
43  Israel 60,600 2017 EST. 30.3
44  Argentina 59,690 2017 EST. 12.8
45  Finland 59,600 2017 EST. 36.0
46  Iraq 56,740 2017 EST. 32.6
47  Qatar 56,260 2017 EST. 47.5
48  Kuwait 54,090 2017 EST. 48.2
49  Kazakhstan 49,290 2017 EST. 31.9
50  Peru 42,470 2017 EST. 22.4
51  Nigeria 40,810 2017 EST.
52  New Zealand 37,350 2017 EST. 26.4
53  Ukraine 36,850 2017 EST. 49.3
54  Bangladesh 35,910 2017 EST. 16.6
55  Colombia 34,300 2017 EST. 14.2
56  Angola 33,820 2017 EST. 30.0
57  Algeria 33,150 2017 EST. 21.0
58  Bulgaria 32,050 2017 EST. 64.0
59  Oman 31,900 2017 EST. 41.6
60  Slovenia 30,230 2017 EST. 77.7
61  Greece 29,230 2017 EST. 30.5
62  Venezuela 29,160 2017 EST.
63  Lithuania 26,380 2017 EST. 74.5
64  Morocco 24,570 2017 EST. 35.1
65  Belarus 24,200 2017 EST. 62.7
66  Egypt 23,530 2017 EST. 10.3
67  Pakistan 21,940 2017 EST. 9.1
68  Libya 19,720 2017 EST.
69  Ecuador 19,120 2017 EST. 19.7
70  Luxembourg 18,400 2017 EST. 221.3
71  Croatia 15,760 2017 EST. 49.7
72  Azerbaijan 15,690 2017 EST. 46.5
73  Panama 15,480 2017 EST. 44.8
74  Serbia 14,690 2017 EST. 50.0
75  Bahrain 14,330 2017 EST. 73.9
76  Tunisia 14,220 2017 EST. 39.6
77  Estonia 14,020 2017 EST. 79.0
78  Ghana 13,750 2017 EST. 40.7
79  Latvia 12,340 2017 EST. 60.0
80  Paraguay 11,530 2017 EST. 41.7
81  Uzbekistan 11,380 2017 EST. 18.8
82  Côte d'Ivoire 11,080 2017 EST. 32.4
83  Sri Lanka 10,930 2017 EST. 21.4
84  Costa Rica 10,550 2017 EST. 31.6
85  Guatemala 10,530 2017 EST. 19.5
86  Cambodia 10,450 2017 EST. 61.3
87  Dominican Republic 10,330 2017 EST. 25.2
88  Burma 10,070 2017 EST.
89  Trinidad and Tobago 9,668 2017 EST.
90  Papua New Guinea 9,526 2017 EST.
91  Uruguay 8,976 2017 EST. 21.4
92  Democratic Republic of the Congo 8,598 2017 EST. 23.7
93  Honduras 8,173 2017 EST. 42.7
94  Zambia 8,106 2017 EST. 35.1
95  Bolivia 7,986 2017 EST. 24.6
96  Jordan 7,734 2017 EST.
97  Botswana 7,580 2017 EST. 55.4
98  Turkmenistan 7,394 2017 EST.
99  Mongolia 6,201 2017 EST. 50.2
100  Kenya 5,798 2017 EST. 14.6
101  Brunei 5,776 2017 EST. 49.6
102  El Salvador 5,760 2017 EST. 24.9
103  Equatorial Guinea 5,412 2017 EST. 52.1
104  Republic of the Congo 5,238 2017 EST. 57.1
105  Tanzania 5,194 2017 EST. 19.5
106  Cameroon 5,158 2017 EST. 18.6
107  Gabon 5,078 2017 EST. 41.1
108  Bosnia and Herzegovina 4,803 2017 EST. 35.4
109  Mozambique 4,773 2017 EST. 34.8
110  Namibia 4,710 2017 EST. 42.2
111  Iceland 4,600 2017 EST. 48.4
112  Macedonia 5,019 2018 EST 49.2
113  Lebanon 4,051 2017 EST. 25.5
114  San Marino 3,827 2011 EST.
115  Sudan 3,808 2017 EST. 9.8
116  Zimbabwe 3,763 2017 EST. 24.7
117  Nicaragua 3,611 2017 EST. 39.0
118  Georgia 3,533 2017 EST. 43.6
119  Liechtenstein 3,217 2015 EST.
120  Ethiopia 3,076 2017 EST. 8.0
121  Mali 3,036 2017 EST. 22.9
122  North Korea 2,985 2016 EST.
123  Cyprus 2,905 2017 EST. 65.3
124  Uganda 2,902 2017 EST. 18.6
125  Cuba 2,885 2017 EST.
126  Laos 2,881 2017 EST. 35.1
127  Madagascar 2,801 2017 EST. 33.5
128  Burkina Faso 2,797 2017 EST.
129  Malta 2,627 2017 EST. 139.6
130  Senegal 2,546 2017 EST. 29.0
131  Chad 2,438 2017 EST. 30.0
132  Moldova 2,425 2017 EST. 43.6
133  Mauritius 2,329 2017 EST. 44.5
134  Armenia 2,233 2017 EST. 33.1
 New Caledonia 2,207 2014 EST.
135  Guinea 2,115 2017 EST.
136  Suriname 1,976 2017 EST. 49.6
137  Palestine 1,955 2017 EST. 18.2
 U.S. Virgin Islands 1,810 2013 EST.
138  Syria 1,786 2017 EST.
139  Kyrgyzstan 1,768 2017 EST. 36.8
140  Benin 1,760 2017 EST. 30.5
141  Swaziland 1,631 2017 EST. 49.5
 Curaçao 1,607 2011 EST.
142  Mauritania 1,606 2017 EST. 37.2
143  Guyana 1,474 2017 EST. 49.2
144  Malawi 1,443 2017 EST. 33.1
145  Jamaica 1,310 2017 EST. 31.4
 French Polynesia 1,245 2014 EST.
 Faroe Islands 1,184 2016 EST.
146  Niger 1,177 2017 EST. 17.2
 Macau 1,137 2013 EST. 76.1
147  South Sudan 1,130 2013 EST. 76.1
 Guam 1,124 2013 EST. 19.4
148  Lesotho 1,031 2017 EST. 42.2
149  Togo 1,002 2017 EST. 42.7
150  Monaco 964.6 2017 EST.
151  Albania 2520 2018 EST. 29.0
152  Haiti 960.1 2017 EST. 20.6
153  Bahamas 934.7 2017 EST. 35.1
 Northern Mariana Islands 914 2013 EST. 73.6
154  Rwanda 908.9 2017 EST. 15.0
155  Sierra Leone 836.8 2017 EST. 23.7
156  Somalia 819 2014 EST. 14.9
157    Nepal 818.7 2017 EST. 9.5
158  Tajikistan 794.7 2017 EST.
159  Afghanistan 784 2016 EST. 6.9
160  Fiji 758.6 2017 EST. 26.2
161  Eritrea 635.7 2017 EST.
162  Bhutan 580 2017 EST. 29.7
163  Yemen 501.2 2017 EST. 3.3
164  Seychelles 495.4 2017 EST.
165  Belize 483.4 2017 EST.
166  Barbados 482.5 2017 EST.
 American Samoa 428 2013 EST. 65.0
167  Kosovo 428 2016 EST. 22.5
168  Montenegro 422.2 2014 EST. 40.5
 Greenland 407.1 2015 EST.
169  Solomon Islands 319 2015 EST.
170  Guinea-Bissau 281.2 2017 EST. 26.1
171  Falkland Islands 257.3 2015 EST.
172  Maldives 256.2 2016 EST. 79.7
 Aruba 246.3 2017 EST.
173  Saint Lucia 204.2 2017 EST.
 Gibraltar 202.3 2014 EST.
174  Liberia 202.1 2017 EST. 21.4
175  Cape Verde 158.6 2017 EST.
176  Djibouti 155.5 2017 EST.
177  Nauru 125 2013 EST. 48.8
178  Central African Republic 118.5 2017 EST. 12.7
179  Palau 117.5 2016 EST. 56.3
180  Gambia 109.7 2017 EST. 24.0
181  Burundi 100.3 2017 EST. 6.2
182  Micronesia 88.3 2013 EST. 26.6
183  Kiribati 84.75 2013 EST. 11.1
184  Andorra 78.71 2015 EST.
185  Antigua and Barbuda 61.3 2017 EST. 41.7
186  Saint Kitts and Nevis 58.4 2017 EST.
 Cayman Islands 55.3 2017 EST.
187  Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 51.3 2017 EST.
188  Dominica 47.4 2017 EST. 48.3
189  Vanuatu 43.9 2017 EST.
190  Grenada 43.4 2017 EST. 56.1
191  Samoa 27.5 2014 EST. 29.3
 Turks and Caicos Islands 24.77 2008 EST.
 British Virgin Islands 23 2015 EST.
 Bermuda 20 2017 EST.
192  Timor-Leste 20 2016 EST.
 Saint Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha 19 2004 EST.
193  Comoros 18.4 2017 EST. 15.9
194  Tonga 18.2 2017 EST. 21.3
195  São Tomé and Príncipe 10.87 2017 EST.
 Saint Pierre and Miquelon 6.641 2010 EST.
 Montserrat 5.7 2017 EST.
 Anguilla 4.2 2017 EST.
 Cook Islands 3.125 2011 EST.
196  Tuvalu 0.6 2010 EST.
 Niue 0.2014 2004 EST.
 Wallis and Futuna 0.04745 2004 EST.
 Tokelau 0 2002 EST.
197  Marshall Islands 0 2013 EST. 27.5

World Bank's World Integrated Trade Solution now provides list of countries and their share Top exporting countries

World Exports CIA map
Quartile map of amount of exports per country.

See also

References

  1. ^ "Country Comparison: Exports". The World Factbook. Central Intelligence Agency. Retrieved 10 November 2012.
  2. ^ "Exports of goods and services (% of GDP)". The World Bank.
  3. ^ "Promotion programmes improved to boost exports". Vietnamese government.
  4. ^ "Vietnams Import Export Report 2017". Ministry of Trade Vietnam.
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