Who is Myanmar’s biggest trading partner?

Who are Myanmar’s trade partners?

In 2019, Myanmar major trading partner countries for exports were China, Thailand, Japan, United States and Germany and for imports they were China, Singapore, Thailand, Malaysia and Indonesia.

What is Myanmar biggest export?

Oil and natural gas dominate Myanmar’s exports. Other exports include vegetables, wood, fish, clothing, rubber and fruits. Myanmar’s main exports partners are China, India, Japan, South Korea, Germany, Indonesia and Hong Kong.

What are Myanmar’s top 3 exports?

The 5 biggest exported goods from Myanmar by value are petroleum gases, unknitted and non-crocheted men’s suits or trousers, dried shelled vegetables, unknitted and non-crocheted women’s clothing and refined copper. Combined, Myanmar’s 5 most valuable exports accounted for 45.8% of the country’s overall exports.

What countries does Myanmar export to?

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Myanmar Exports By Country Value Year
China $5.38B 2020
Thailand $3.01B 2020
Japan $1.24B 2020
United States $868.87M 2020

Who is China’s biggest trading partners?

Top 15

  • United States: US$452.6 billion (17.5% of China’s total exports)
  • Hong Kong: $272.7 billion (10.5%)
  • Japan: $142.6 billion (5.5%)
  • Vietnam: $113.8 billion (4.4%)
  • South Korea: $112.5 billion (4.3%)
  • Germany: $86.8 billion (3.4%)
  • Netherlands: $79 billion (3%)
  • United Kingdom: $72.6 billion (2.8%)

Who is China’s largest trade partner?

China trade balance, exports and imports by country

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In 2017, China major trading partner countries for exports were United States, Hong Kong, China, Japan, Korea, Rep. and Vietnam and for imports they were Korea, Rep., Japan, Other Asia, nes, United States and Germany.

Is Philippines richer than Myanmar?

The Philippines with a GDP of $330.9B ranked the 40th largest economy in the world, while Myanmar ranked 71st with $71.2B. By GDP 5-years average growth and GDP per capita, the Philippines and Myanmar ranked 21st vs 13th and 134th vs 164th, respectively.