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Cold countries Compared by Economy > Trade in goods

DEFINITION: Trade in goods (% of GDP). Trade in goods as a share of GDP is the sum of merchandise exports and imports, measured in current U.S. dollars, divided by the value of GDP in U.S. dollars.

CONTENTS

# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH
1 Belgium 161.27 2001
2 Estonia 139.61 2001
3 Slovakia 133.49 2001
4 Ireland 129.25 2001
5 Belarus 127.43 2001
6 Tajikistan 126.69 2001
7 Czech Republic 123.87 2001
8 Hungary 123.6 2001
9 Slovenia 103.11 2001
10 Lithuania 91.81 2001
11 Ukraine 85.24 2001
12 Bosnia and Herzegovina 81.57 2001
13 Republic of Macedonia 81.28 2001
14 Austria 76.77 2001
15 Latvia 72.92 2001
16 Canada 70.13 2001
17 Romania 67.82 2001
18 Mongolia 67.78 2001
19 Switzerland 67.24 2001
20 Kazakhstan 67.04 2001
21 Sweden 65.69 2001
22 Finland 62.01 2001
23 Kyrgyzstan 61.63 2001
24 Denmark 60.21 2001
25 Armenia 60.14 2001
26 Germany 57.62 2001
27 Bhutan 55.49 2001
28 Norway 54.3 2001
29 Chile 52.19 2001
30 Russia 50.64 2001
31 Poland 49 2001
32 China 44.32 2001
33 United Kingdom 42.47 2001
34 Nepal 39.73 2001
35 Georgia 32.82 2001
36 Iceland 29.8 2001
37 United States 18.99 2001

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