(millions of $)
|% of GDP|
|2||United States||1,576,000||2017 EST.||11.9|
|5||South Korea||577,400||2017 EST.||42.2|
|—||Hong Kong||496,900||2017 EST.||187.4|
|9||United Kingdom||436,500||2017 EST.||28.3|
|16||United Arab Emirates||314,700||2017 EST.||103.8|
|20||Saudi Arabia||231,300||2017 EST.||30.7|
|26||Vietnam||214,000||2017 EST.||93.6  |
|31||Czech Republic||157,400||2017 EST.||79.5|
|38||South Africa||78,250||2017 EST.||30.3|
|–||Puerto Rico||73,160||2017 EST.||68.4|
|52||New Zealand||37,350||2017 EST.||26.4|
|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|
|87||Dominican Republic||10,330||2017 EST.||25.2|
|89||Trinidad and Tobago||9,668||2017 EST.|
|90||Papua New Guinea||9,526||2017 EST.|
|92||Democratic Republic of the Congo||8,598||2017 EST.||23.7|
|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|
|108||Bosnia and Herzegovina||4,803||2017 EST.||35.4|
|114||San Marino||3,827||2011 EST.|
|122||North Korea||2,985||2016 EST.|
|128||Burkina Faso||2,797||2017 EST.|
|—||New Caledonia||2,207||2014 EST.|
|—||U.S. Virgin Islands||1,810||2013 EST.|
|—||French Polynesia||1,245||2014 EST.|
|—||Faroe Islands||1,184||2016 EST.|
|147||South Sudan||1,130||2013 EST.||76.1|
|—||Northern Mariana Islands||914||2013 EST.||73.6|
|155||Sierra Leone||836.8||2017 EST.||23.7|
|—||American Samoa||428||2013 EST.||65.0|
|169||Solomon Islands||319||2015 EST.|
|171||Falkland Islands||257.3||2015 EST.|
|173||Saint Lucia||204.2||2017 EST.|
|175||Cape Verde||158.6||2017 EST.|
|178||Central African Republic||118.5||2017 EST.||12.7|
|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.|
|—||Turks and Caicos Islands||24.77||2008 EST.|
|—||British Virgin Islands||23||2015 EST.|
|—||Saint Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha||19||2004 EST.|
|195||São Tomé and Príncipe||10.87||2017 EST.|
|—||Saint Pierre and Miquelon||6.641||2010 EST.|
|—||Cook Islands||3.125||2011 EST.|
|—||Wallis and Futuna||0.04745||2004 EST.|
|197||Marshall Islands||0||2013 EST.||27.5|
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Carrying out trade at an international level is a complex process when compared to domestic trade. When trade takes place between two or more nations factors like currency, government policies, economy, judicial system, laws, and markets influence trade.
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The One World Yellow Pages directory contains comprehensive business product and supplier information, and was designed to promote and connect small and medium-sized companies, solve language barriers, improve market visibility, simplify sales sourcing, and provide businesses with global trade resources in a single online location.
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