Trade in goods and services, imports

percent of GDP, 1970–2016

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    1970 Ranking
    1. Luxembourg 68.61
    2. Netherlands 43.45
    3. Belgium 42.59
    4. Iceland 42.33
    5. Switzerland 42.19
    6. Ireland 41.29
    7. Israel 39.74
    8. Norway 37.10
    9. Denmark 29.98
    10. Austria 27.45
    11. Finland 25.53
    12. New Zealand 25.07
    13. South Africa 24.64
    14. Portugal 24.10
    15. Sweden 22.51
    16. South Korea 21.14
    17. United Kingdom 20.55
    18. Canada 19.38
    19. Germany 16.65
    20. France 15.33
    21. Greece 15.23
    22. Italy 14.98
    23. Spain 13.66
    24. Australia 12.92
    25. Mexico 10.07
    26. Japan 9.50
    27. United States 5.18
    28. Turkey 4.11
    2016 Ranking
    1. Luxembourg 186.16
    2. Ireland 99.58
    3. Slovakia 91.12
    4. Belgium 81.54
    5. Hungary 79.46
    6. Estonia 75.12
    7. Lithuania 73.50
    8. Czech Republic 72.06
    9. Netherlands 71.44
    10. Slovenia 68.50
    11. Latvia 59.14
    12. Switzerland 54.59
    13. Poland 48.21
    14. Austria 48.05
    15. Denmark 46.63
    16. Iceland 42.55
    17. Mexico 40.10
    18. Sweden 39.43
    19. Portugal 39.01
    20. Germany 38.15
    21. Finland 36.46
    22. South Korea 35.44
    23. Canada 33.38
    24. Norway 33.27
    25. France 31.21
    26. Greece 31.18
    27. South Africa 30.12
    28. United Kingdom 30.11
    29. Spain 29.93
    30. Israel 28.18
    31. Chile 27.62
    32. Italy 26.43
    33. New Zealand 26.13
    34. Turkey 24.85
    35. Russia 20.55
    36. Australia 20.19
    37. Japan 15.09
    38. United States 14.69

    Trade in goods and services is defined as change in ownership of material resources and services between one economy and another. The indicator comprises sales of goods and services as well as barter transactions or goods exchanged as part of gifts or grants between residents and non-residents. It is measured in million USD and percentage of GDP for net trade and also annual growth for exports and imports.

    Source: OECD