In this page you will find historical data for the world trade. Also, latest trade data is available for selected countries.
In 2021, world biggest exporters were China ($3.34T), United States ($1.63T), Germany ($1.56T), Japan ($731B), and South Korea ($653B) and world biggest importers were United States ($2.73T), China ($1.97T), Germany ($1.34T), Japan ($700B), and France ($696B).
In 2021, world's most traded products were Crude Petroleum ($951B), Integrated Circuits ($823B), Refined Petroleum ($746B), Cars ($723B), and Broadcasting Equipment ($473B).
In 2021, the world most complex economies were Japan (2.25), Chinese Taipei (2.21), Switzerland (2.04), South Korea (2), and Germany (1.85). In contrast, the world least complex economies were Iraq (-1.5), Democratic Republic of the Congo (-1.57), Mali (-1.64), Chad (-1.98), and Guinea (-2.04).