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List of the largest trading partners of China

The figures do not include foreign direct investment, but only trade in goods and services.

Contents

  • Countries & regions that China trades the most with 1
  • Countries & regions that China trades the most with 2
  • Countries & regions which China is the largest trading partner of 3
  • See also 4
  • References 5

Countries & regions that China trades the most with

This list was released on Jan 10, 2014 and reflects the volume of trade in 2013.[1] Total trade values are in billions of USD.

Rank Country Total trade
1  United States 521
2  Hong Kong 401
3  Japan 312.55
4  South Korea 274.24
5  Taiwan 197.28
6  Germany 161.56
7  Australia 136.37
8  Malaysia 106.07
9  Brazil 90.27

Notable changes compared to 2011 include India dropping out of the list and Malaysia joining the list at 8th place.

Countries & regions that China trades the most with

The largest Chinese partners in billions of US Dollars for 2011 are as follows:

Region Exports Imports[2] Total trade Trade balance
 European Union 356.0 211.2 567.2 +144.8
 United States 324.5 122.2 446.7 +202.3
 Hong Kong 268.0 15.5 283.5 +252.5
 ASEAN 170.1 192.8 362.9 -22.7
 Japan 148.3 194.6 342.9 -46.3
 South Korea 82.9 162.7 245.6 -79.8
 Brazil 31.8 52.4 84.2 -20.6
 India 50.5 23.4 73.9 +27.1
 Russia 38.9 40.3 79.2 -1.4
 Taiwan 35.1 124.9 160.0 -89.8

As of 2013 EU - Chinese trade makes the EU the largest trading partner of China and China the second largest trading partner of the EU.[3]

Countries & regions which China is the largest trading partner of

China is a dominant trading partner of many countries. The following tables are based on 2012 data as shown on the CIA World Factbook unless otherwise indicated. Some countries are repeated from the previous table.
   
Exports[4]
Region Percentage
 Mongolia 89.0%
 Turkmenistan 69.6%
 North Korea 63.0% (2012 est.)
 Hong Kong 57.7% (2012 est.)
 Gambia 57.1%
 Democratic Republic of the Congo 54.3%
 Mali 52.9%
 Sierra Leone 51.1%
 Solomon Islands 50.8%
 Mauritania 50.5%
 Angola 46.3%
 Zambia 43.4%
 Yemen 41.0%
 Congo 39.0%
 Oman 31.8%
 Australia 29.5%
 Taiwan 27.1% (2012 est.)
 Burkina Faso 25.9%
 Benin 25.0%
 South Korea 24.5% (2012 est.)
 Liberia 24.0%
 Chile 23.3%
 Iran 22.1%
 Uzbekistan 21.2%
 Zimbabwe 21.1%
 Peru 19.9%
 Kazakhstan 19.3%
 Japan 18.1%
 Brazil 17.0%
 Cameroon 15.2%
 Ethiopia 13.0%
 South Africa 11.8%
 Thailand 11.7%
Imports[5]
Region Percentage
 North Korea 73.0% (2012 est.)
 Kyrgyzstan 55.2%
 Hong Kong 44.5% (2012 est.)
 Togo 40.4%
 Mongolia 37.5%
 Benin 37.2%
 Burma 36.9%
 Macau 32.2%
 Kazakhstan 28.0%
 Gambia 27.6%
 Vietnam 25.8%
 Ghana 25.6%
 Djibouti 24.4%
 Bangladesh 21.7%
 Japan 21.3%
 Tanzania 21.3%
 Angola 20.9%
 Chad 20.2%
 Vanuatu 20.2%
 Pakistan 19.7%
 Turkmenistan 19.5%
 United States 19.0%
 Cameroon 18.7%
 Australia 18.4%
 Nigeria 18.3%
 Madagascar 17.7%
 Russia 16.6% (2012 est.)
 Sierra Leone 16.5%
 New Zealand 16.4%
 Uruguay 16.4%
 South Korea 15.6% (2012 est.)
 Brazil 15.3%
 Indonesia 15.3%
 Malaysia 15.1%
 South Africa 14.4%
 Guinea 14.2%
 Saudi Arabia 13.5%
 Ethiopia 13.1%
 Libya 13.0%
 Mauritania 12.9%
 India 10.7%
 Egypt 9.5%

See also

References

  1. ^ http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/bizchina/2014-02/19/content_17290565.htm
  2. ^ - National Bureau of Statistics of China - Statistical Communiqué on the 2011 National Economic and Social Development - February 22, 2012
  3. ^ [1] European Commission
  4. ^ https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/fields/2050.html
  5. ^ https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/fields/2061.html


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