Who does Thailand trade with the most?

Who is the big 5 trading partner of Thailand?

The country’s main trading partners are Japan, the United States, China, Singapore, and Malaysia. The most important import categories by value are machinery; chemicals and related products; petroleum; iron, steel, and other metals; and raw materials of various types.

What does Thailand import the most?

Thailand’s Top Imports

  • Crude petroleum – $23.7 billion.
  • Gold – $7.94 billion.
  • Petroleum gas – $6.96 billion.
  • Refined petroleum – $4.94 billion.
  • Refined copper – $2.57 billion.

What is Thailand’s main trade?

Economy of Thailand

Statistics
Ease-of-doing-business rank 21st (very easy, 2020)
External
Exports $236.69 billion (2017)
Export goods machinery (23%), electronics (19%), foods and wood (14%), chemicals and plastics (14%), automobiles and automotive parts (12%), stone and glass (7%), textiles and furniture (4%)

What does Thailand export the most of?

The top ten export items were machinery including computers (17.2%), electrical equipment (14%), vehicles (12.2%), rubber (6.2%), plastics (5.8%), gems (4.8%), mineral fuels, (4.2%), meat/seafood preparations (2.6%), organic chemicals (2.5%), and cereals (2.3%).

Who do Thailand Trade with?

Thailand top 5 Export and Import partners

Market Trade (US$ Mil) Partner share(%)
United States 29,719 12.72
China 28,068 12.01
Japan 23,136 9.90
Vietnam 11,608 4.97

Who imports to Thailand?

Thailand Imports Grow More than Estimated

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Main import partners are Japan (20 percent of total imports), China (15 percent) and the European Union (8 percent). Others include the United Arab Emirates, Malaysia and the United States.

Who is the current leader of Thailand?