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Country Exports - Commodities

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Afghanistan:
opium, fruits and nuts, handwoven carpets, wool, cotton, hides and pelts, precious and semi-precious gems

Albania:
textiles and footwear; asphalt, metals and metallic ores, crude oil; vegetables, fruits, tobacco

Algeria:
petroleum, natural gas, and petroleum products 97%

American Samoa:
canned tuna 93%

Andorra:
tobacco products, furniture

Angola:
crude oil 90%, diamonds, refined petroleum products, gas, coffee, sisal, fish and fish products, timber, cotton

Anguilla:
lobster, fish, livestock, salt

Antigua and Barbuda:
petroleum products 48%, manufactures 23%, food and live animals 4%, machinery and transport equipment 17%

Argentina:
edible oils, fuels and energy, cereals, feed, motor vehicles

Armenia:
diamonds, scrap metal, machinery and equipment, cognac, copper ore

Aruba:
transport equipment, live animals and animal products, art and collectibles, machinery and electrical equipment

Australia:
coal, gold, meat, wool, alumina, iron ore, wheat, machinery and transport equipment

Austria:
machinery and equipment, paper and paperboard, metal goods, chemicals, iron and steel; textiles, foodstuffs (1998)

Azerbaijan:
oil and gas 70%, machinery, cotton, foodstuffs

Bahamas, The:
pharmaceuticals, cement, rum, crawfish, refined petroleum products

Bahrain:
petroleum and petroleum products 61%, aluminum 7%

Bangladesh:
garments, jute and jute goods, leather, frozen fish and seafood

Barbados:
sugar and molasses, rum, other foods and beverages, chemicals, electrical components, clothing

Belarus:
machinery and equipment, chemicals, metals, textiles, foodstuffs

Belgium:
machinery and equipment, chemicals, diamonds, metals and metal products

Belize:
sugar, bananas, citrus fruits, clothing, fish products, molasses, wood

Benin:
cotton, crude oil, palm products, cocoa

Bermuda:
reexports of pharmaceuticals

Bhutan:
cardamom, gypsum, timber, handicrafts, cement, fruit, electricity (to India), precious stones, spices

Bolivia:
soybeans, natural gas, zinc, gold, wood

Bosnia and Herzegovina:
NA

Botswana:
diamonds 72%, vehicles, copper, nickel, meat (1998)

Brazil:
manufactures, iron ore, soybeans, footwear, coffee

British Virgin Islands:
rum, fresh fish, fruits, animals; gravel, sand

Brunei:
crude oil, liquefied natural gas, petroleum products

Bulgaria:
machinery and equipment; metals, minerals, and fuels; chemicals and plastics; food, tobacco, clothing (1998)

Burkina Faso:
cotton, animal products, gold

Burma:
pulses and beans, prawns, fish, rice; teak, opiates

Burundi:
coffee, tea, sugar, cotton, hides

Cambodia:
timber, garments, rubber, rice, fish

Cameroon:
crude oil and petroleum products, lumber, cocoa beans, aluminum, coffee, cotton

Canada:
motor vehicles and parts, newsprint, wood pulp, timber, crude petroleum, machinery, natural gas, aluminum, telecommunications equipment, electricity

Cape Verde:
fuel, shoes, garments, fish, bananas, hides

Cayman Islands:
turtle products, manufactured consumer goods

Central African Republic:
diamonds, timber, cotton, coffee, tobacco

Chad:
cotton, cattle, textiles

Chile:
copper, fish, fruits, paper and pulp, chemicals

China:
machinery and equipment; textiles and clothing, footwear, toys and sporting goods; mineral fuels, chemicals

Christmas Island:
phosphate

Cocos (Keeling) Islands:
copra

Colombia:
petroleum, coffee, coal, gold, bananas, cut flowers

Comoros:
vanilla, ylang-ylang, cloves, perfume oil, copra

Congo, Democratic Republic of the:
diamonds, copper, coffee, cobalt, crude oil

Congo, Republic of the:
petroleum 50%, lumber, plywood, sugar, cocoa, coffee, diamonds

Cook Islands:
copra, papayas, fresh and canned citrus fruit, coffee; fish; pearls and pearl shells; clothing

Costa Rica:
coffee, bananas, sugar; textiles, electronic components, electricity

Cote d'Ivoire:
cocoa 37%, coffee, tropical woods, petroleum, cotton, bananas, pineapples, palm oil, cotton, fish (1998)

Croatia:
textiles, chemicals, foodstuffs, fuels

Cuba:
sugar, nickel, tobacco, shellfish, medical products, citrus, coffee

Cyprus:
Greek Cypriot area: citrus, potatoes, grapes, wine, cement, clothing and shoes; Turkish Cypriot area: citrus, potatoes, textiles (1998)

Czech Republic:
machinery and transport equipment 41%, other manufactured goods 40%, chemicals 8%, raw materials and fuel 7% (1998)

Denmark:
machinery and instruments, meat and meat products, fuels, dairy products, ships, fish, chemicals

Djibouti:
reexports, hides and skins, coffee (in transit)

Dominica:
bananas 50%, soap, bay oil, vegetables, grapefruit, oranges

Dominican Republic:
ferronickel, sugar, gold, silver, coffee, cocoa, tobacco, meats

Ecuador:
petroleum, bananas, shrimp, coffee, cocoa, cut flowers, fish

Egypt:
crude oil and petroleum products, cotton, textiles, metal products, chemicals

El Salvador:
offshore assembly exports, coffee, sugar, shrimp, textiles, chemicals, electricity

Equatorial Guinea:
petroleum, timber, cocoa

Eritrea:
livestock, sorghum, textiles, food, small manufactures

Estonia:
machinery and appliances 19%, wood products 15%, textiles 13%, food products 12%, metals 10%, chemical products 8% (1999)

Ethiopia:
coffee, gold, leather products, oilseeds

Falkland Islands (Islas Malvinas):
wool, hides, meat

Faroe Islands:
fish and fish products 92%, animal feedstuffs, transport equipment (ships)

Fiji:
sugar 32%, clothing, gold, processed fish, lumber

Finland:
machinery and equipment, chemicals, metals; timber, paper, and pulp

France:
machinery and transportation equipment, chemicals, iron and steel products; agricultural products, textiles and clothing

French Guiana:
shrimp, timber, gold, rum, rosewood essence, clothing

French Polynesia:
cultured pearls 50%, coconut products, mother-of-pearl, vanilla, shark meat (1997)

Gabon:
crude oil 75%, timber, manganese, uranium (1998)

Gambia, The:
peanuts and peanut products, fish, cotton lint, palm kernels

Gaza Strip:
citrus, flowers

Georgia:
citrus fruits, tea, wine, other agricultural products; diverse types of machinery and metals; chemicals; fuel reexports; textiles

Germany:
machinery, vehicles, chemicals, metals and manufactures, foodstuffs, textiles (1999)

Ghana:
gold, cocoa, timber, tuna, bauxite, aluminum, manganese ore, diamonds

Gibraltar:
(principally reexports) petroleum 51%, manufactured goods 41%, other 8%

Greece:
manufactured goods, food and beverages, fuels (1998)

Greenland:
fish and fish products 95%

Grenada:
bananas, cocoa, nutmeg, fruit and vegetables, clothing, mace

Guadeloupe:
bananas, sugar, rum

Guam:
mostly transshipments of refined petroleum products, construction materials, fish, food and beverage products

Guatemala:
coffee, sugar, bananas, fruits and vegetables, meat, apparel, petroleum, electricity

Guernsey:
tomatoes, flowers and ferns, sweet peppers, eggplant, other vegetables

Guinea:
bauxite, alumina, gold, diamonds, coffee, fish, agricultural products

Guinea-Bissau:
cashew nuts 70%, shrimp, peanuts, palm kernels, sawn lumber (1996)

Guyana:
sugar, gold, bauxite/alumina, rice, shrimp, molasses, rum, timber

Haiti:
manufactures, coffee, oils, mangoes

Honduras:
coffee, bananas, shrimp, lobster, meat; zinc, lumber

Hong Kong:
clothing, textiles, footwear, electrical appliances, watches and clocks, toys

Hungary:
machinery and equipment 51.9%, other manufactures 32.7%, agriculture and food products 10.5%, raw materials 2.9%, fuels and electricity 1.9% (1998)

Iceland:
fish and fish products 70%, animal products, aluminum, diatomite and ferrosilicon

India:
textile goods, gems and jewelry, engineering goods, chemicals, leather manufactures

Indonesia:
oil and gas, plywood, textiles, rubber

Iran:
petroleum 80%, carpets, fruits, nuts, hides, iron, steel

Iraq:
crude oil

Ireland:
machinery and equipment, computers, chemicals, pharmaceuticals; live animals, animal products

Israel:
machinery and equipment, software, cut diamonds, chemicals, textiles and apparel, agricultural products

Italy:
engineering products, textiles and clothing, production machinery, motor vehicles, transport equipment, chemicals; food, beverages and tobacco; minerals and nonferrous metals

Jamaica:
alumina, bauxite, sugar, bananas, rum

Japan:
motor vehicles, semiconductors, office machinery, chemicals

Jersey:
light industrial and electrical goods, foodstuffs, textiles

Jordan:
phosphates, fertilizers, potash, agricultural products, manufactures

Kazakhstan:
oil 40%, ferrous and nonferrous metals, machinery, chemicals, grain, wool, meat, coal

Kenya:
tea, coffee, horticultural products, petroleum products (1995)

Kiribati:
copra 62%, seaweed, fish

Korea, North:
minerals, metallurgical products, manufactures (including armaments); agricultural and fishery products

Korea, South:
electronic products, machinery and equipment, motor vehicles, steel, ships; textiles, clothing, footwear; fish

Kuwait:
oil and refined products, fertilizers

Kyrgyzstan:
cotton, wool, meat, tobacco; gold, mercury, uranium, hydropower; machinery; shoes

Laos:
wood products, garments, electricity, coffee, tin

Latvia:
wood and wood products, machinery and equipment, metals, textiles, foodstuffs

Lebanon:
foodstuffs and tobacco, textiles, chemicals, metal and metal products, electrical equipment and products, jewelry, paper and paper products

Lesotho:
manufactures 75% (clothing, footwear, road vehicles), wool and mohair, food and live animals (1998)

Liberia:
diamonds, iron ore, rubber, timber, coffee, cocoa

Libya:
crude oil, refined petroleum products, natural gas

Liechtenstein:
small specialty machinery, dental products, stamps, hardware, pottery

Lithuania:
machinery and equipment 19%, mineral products 19%, textiles and clothing 19%, chemicals 10%, foodstuffs (1998)

Luxembourg:
finished steel products, chemicals, rubber products, glass, aluminum, other industrial products

Macau:
textiles, clothing, toys, electronics, cement, footwear, machinery

Macedonia, The Former Yugoslav Republic of:
food, beverages, tobacco; miscellaneous manufactures, iron and steel

Madagascar:
coffee 45%, vanilla 20%, cloves, shellfish, sugar, petroleum products (1995 est.)

Malawi:
tobacco, tea, sugar, cotton, coffee, peanuts, wood products

Malaysia:
electronic equipment, petroleum and liquefied natural gas, chemicals, palm oil, wood and wood products, rubber, textiles

Maldives:
fish, clothing

Mali:
cotton 50%, gold, livestock (1998 est.)

Malta:
machinery and transport equipment, manufactures

Man, Isle of:
tweeds, herring, processed shellfish, beef, lamb

Marshall Islands:
fish, coconut oil, fish, trochus shells

Martinique:
refined petroleum products, bananas, rum, pineapples

Mauritania:
fish and fish products, iron ore, gold

Mauritius:
clothing and textiles, sugar, cut flowers, molasses

Mayotte:
ylang-ylang (perfume essence), vanilla, copra, coconuts, coffee, cinnamon

Mexico:
manufactured goods, oil and oil products, silver, coffee, cotton

Micronesia, Federated States of:
fish, garments, bananas, black pepper

Moldova:
foodstuffs, wine, and tobacco 66%; textiles and footwear, machinery (1998)

Mongolia:
copper, livestock, animal products, cashmere, wool, hides, fluorspar, other nonferrous metals

Montserrat:
electronic components, plastic bags, apparel, hot peppers, live plants, cattle

Morocco:
phosphates and fertilizers, food and beverages, minerals (1998)

Mozambique:
prawns 40%, cashews, cotton, sugar, copra, citrus, coconuts, timber (1997)

Namibia:
diamonds, copper, gold, zinc, lead, uranium; cattle, processed fish, karakul skins

Nauru:
phosphates

Nepal:
carpets, clothing, leather goods, jute goods, grain

Netherlands:
machinery and equipment, chemicals, fuels; foodstuffs

Netherlands Antilles:
petroleum products 98% (1993)

New Caledonia:
ferronickels, nickel ore, fish

New Zealand:
dairy products, meat, fish, wool, forestry products, manufactures

Nicaragua:
coffee, shrimp and lobster, cotton, tobacco, beef, sugar, bananas; gold

Niger:
uranium ore 65%, livestock products, cowpeas, onions (1998 est.)

Nigeria:
petroleum and petroleum products 95%, cocoa, rubber

Niue:
canned coconut cream, copra, honey, passion fruit products, pawpaws, root crops, limes, footballs, stamps, handicrafts

Norfolk Island:
postage stamps, seeds of the Norfolk Island pine and Kentia palm, small quantities of avocados

Northern Mariana Islands:
garments

Norway:
petroleum and petroleum products, machinery and equipment, metals, chemicals, ships, fish

Oman:
petroleum, reexports, fish, metals, textiles

Pakistan:
cotton, fabrics, and yarn, rice, other agricultural products

Palau:
trochus (type of shellfish), tuna, copra, handicrafts

Panama:
bananas, shrimp, sugar, coffee

Papua New Guinea:
oil, gold, copper ore, logs, palm oil, coffee, cocoa, crayfish and prawns

Paraguay:
soybeans, feed, cotton, meat, edible oils

Peru:
fish and fish products, copper, zinc, gold, crude petroleum and byproducts, lead, coffee, sugar, cotton

Philippines:
electronic equipment, machinery and transport equipment, garments, coconut products

Pitcairn Islands:
fruits, vegetables, curios, stamps

Poland:
manufactured goods and chemicals 57%, machinery and equipment 21%, food and live animals 12%, mineral fuels 7% (1997)

Portugal:
clothing and footwear, machinery, chemicals, cork and paper products, hides

Puerto Rico:
pharmaceuticals, electronics, apparel, canned tuna, rum, beverage concentrates, medical equipment

Qatar:
petroleum products 80%, fertilizers, steel

Reunion:
sugar 63%, rum and molasses 4%, perfume essences 2%, lobster 3%, (1993)

Romania:
textiles and footwear 33.4%, metals and metal products 19.1%, machinery and equipment 9.5%, minerals and fuels 6.1% (1998)

Russia:
petroleum and petroleum products, natural gas, wood and wood products, metals, chemicals, and a wide variety of civilian and military manufactures

Rwanda:
coffee, tea, hides, tin ore

Saint Helena:
fish (frozen, canned, and salt-dried skipjack, tuna), coffee, handicrafts

Saint Kitts and Nevis:
machinery, food, electronics, beverages, tobacco

Saint Lucia:
bananas 41%, clothing, cocoa, vegetables, fruits, coconut oil

Saint Pierre and Miquelon:
fish and fish products, mollusks and crustaceans, fox and mink pelts

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines:
bananas 39%, eddoes and dasheen (taro), arrowroot starch, tennis racquets

Samoa:
coconut oil and cream, copra, fish, beer

San Marino:
building stone, lime, wood, chestnuts, wheat, wine, baked goods, hides, ceramics

Sao Tome and Principe:
cocoa 90%, copra, coffee, palm oil (1997)

Saudi Arabia:
petroleum and petroleum products 90%

Senegal:
fish, ground nuts (peanuts), petroleum products, phosphates, cotton

Serbia and Montenegro:
manufactured goods, food and live animals, raw materials

Seychelles:
fish, cinnamon bark, copra, petroleum products (reexports)

Sierra Leone:
diamonds, rutile, cocoa, coffee, fish

Singapore:
machinery and equipment (including electronics) 63%, chemicals, mineral fuels (1998)

Slovakia:
machinery and transport equipment 37%; intermediate manufactured goods 30%, miscellaneous manufactured goods 13%; chemicals 9%; raw materials 4% (1998)

Slovenia:
manufactured goods 45%, machinery and transport equipment 30%, chemicals 10%, food 3% (1997)

Solomon Islands:
timber, fish, palm oil, cocoa, copra

Somalia:
livestock, bananas, hides, fish (1997)

South Africa:
gold, diamonds, other metals and minerals, machinery and equipment

Spain:
machinery, motor vehicles; foodstuffs, other consumer goods

Sri Lanka:
textiles and apparel, tea, diamonds, coconut products, petroleum products (1998)

Sudan:
cotton, sesame, livestock, groundnuts, oil, gum arabic

Suriname:
alumina, aluminum, crude oil, lumber, shrimp and fish, rice, bananas

Swaziland:
soft drink concentrates, sugar, wood pulp, cotton yarn, refrigerators, citrus and canned fruit

Sweden:
machinery 35%, motor vehicles, paper products, pulp and wood, iron and steel products, chemicals

Switzerland:
machinery, chemicals, metals, watches, agricultural products

Syria:
petroleum 65%, textiles 10%, manufactured goods 10%, fruits and vegetables 7%, raw cotton 5%, live sheep 2%, phosphates 1% (1998 est.)

Taiwan:
electronics, electric and machinery equipment 52%, metals, textiles, plastics, chemicals

Tajikistan:
aluminum, electricity, cotton, fruits, vegetable oil, textiles

Tanzania:
coffee, manufactured goods, cotton, cashew nuts, minerals, tobacco, sisal (1996)

Thailand:
computers and parts, textiles, rice

Togo:
cotton, phosphates, coffee, cocoa

Tokelau:
stamps, copra, handicrafts

Tonga:
squash, fish, vanilla beans

Trinidad and Tobago:
petroleum and petroleum products, chemicals, steel products, fertilizer, sugar, cocoa, coffee, citrus, flowers

Tunisia:
textiles, mechanical goods, phosphates and chemicals, agricultural products, hydrocarbons

Turkey:
apparel 28%, foodstuffs 17%, textiles 12%, metal manufactures 9% (1998)

Turkmenistan:
oil and gas 55%, cotton 22% (1998)

Turks and Caicos Islands:
lobster, dried and fresh conch, conch shells

Tuvalu:
copra

Uganda:
coffee, fish and fish products, tea; electrical products, iron and steel

Ukraine:
ferrous and nonferrous metals, fuel and petroleum products, machinery and transport equipment, food products

United Arab Emirates:
crude oil 45%, natural gas, reexports, dried fish, dates

United Kingdom:
manufactured goods, fuels, chemicals; food, beverages, tobacco

United States:
capital goods, automobiles, industrial supplies and raw materials, consumer goods, agricultural products

Uruguay:
meat, rice, leather products, vehicles, dairy products, wool, electricity

Uzbekistan:
cotton, gold, natural gas, mineral fertilizers, ferrous metals, textiles, food products, automobiles

Vanuatu:
copra, beef, cocoa, timber, coffee

Venezuela:
petroleum, bauxite and aluminum, steel, chemicals, agricultural products, basic manufactures (1998)

Vietnam:
crude oil, marine products, rice, coffee, rubber, tea, garments, shoes

Virgin Islands:
refined petroleum products

Wallis and Futuna:
copra, breadfruit, yams, taro roots, handicrafts

West Bank:
olives, fruit, vegetables, limestone

Western Sahara:
phosphates 62%

World:
the whole range of industrial and agricultural goods and services

Yemen:
crude oil, cotton, coffee, dried and salted fish

Zambia:
copper, cobalt, electricity, tobacco

Zimbabwe:
tobacco 23%, gold 14%, ferroalloys 7%, cotton 6% (1997 est.)




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