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Largest trading partners

The ten largest trading partners of Australia with their total trade (sum of imports and exports) in billions of Australian dollars and the total trade for all countries for the 2016 calendar year were as follows:[1]

Rank Country/District Exports Imports Total Trade Trade Balance
1  China 93.04 62.12 155.16 30.92
2  United States 20.657 43.626 64.283 -22.969
3  Japan 38.505 22.534 61.039 15.971
4  South Korea 20.189 11.895 32.084 8.294
5  United Kingdom 14.966 14.127 29.092 0.839
6  New Zealand 13.004 11.824 24.828 1.18
7  Singapore 10.338 12.362 22.701 -2.024
8  Thailand 4.685 16.564 21.249 -11.879
9  India 14.627 6.113 20.741 8.515
10  Germany 3.862 16.361 20.223 -12.499
Total all countries [2] 330.360 342.305 672.665 -0.682

Top export markets

The 15 largest export markets of Australia in billions of Australian dollars for the 2016 calendar year were as follows:[2]

Rank Country Value (A$ billion) Share of overall exports
1  China 93.523 28.3%
2  Japan 38.552 11.7%
3  United States 20.649 6.3%
4  South Korea 20.289 6.1%
5  United Kingdom 14.978 4.5%
6  India 14.897 4.5%
7  New Zealand 13.004 3.9%
8  Hong Kong (SAR of China) 12.524 3.8%
9  Singapore 10.338 3.1%
10  Taiwan 8.801 2.7%
11  Indonesia 7.426 2.2%
12  Malaysia 7.394 2.2%
13  Vietnam 5.073 1.5%
14  Thailand 4.685 1.4%
15  Germany 3.859 1.2%

Top import sources

The 15 largest import sources of Australia in billions of Australian dollars for the 2016 calendar year were as follows:[2]

Rank Country Value (A$ billion) Share of overall imports
1  China 62.121 18.1%
2  United States 43.624 12.7%
3  Japan 22.535 6.6%
4  Thailand 16.564 4.8%
5  Germany 16.359 4.8%
6  United Kingdom 14.127 4.1%
7  Singapore 12.366 3.6%
8  South Korea 11.912 3.5%
9  New Zealand 11.824 3.5%
10  Malaysia 10.187 3.0%
11  Indonesia 7.982 2.3%
12  Italy 7.452 2.2%
13  France 6.372 1.9%
14  India 6.115 1.8%
15  Vietnam 5.460 1.6%

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