In this page you will find historical data for the world trade. Also, latest trade data is available for selected countries.
In 2020, world biggest exporters were China ($2.65T), United States ($1.34T), Germany ($1.33T), Japan ($623B), and South Korea ($531B) and world biggest importers were United States ($2.24T), China ($1.55T), Germany ($1.11T), United Kingdom ($610B), and Japan ($581B).
In 2020, world's most traded products were Integrated Circuits ($669B), Cars ($645B), Crude Petroleum ($640B), Refined Petroleum ($451B), and Broadcasting Equipment ($429B).
In 2020, the world most complex economies were Japan (2.4), Chinese Taipei (2.24), South Korea (2.11), Switzerland (2.1), and Germany (1.94). In contrast, the world least complex economies were Sudan (-1.48), Papua New Guinea (-1.54), Nigeria (-1.55), Mauritania (-1.63), and Guinea (-1.91).