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Economy > Balance of payments > Current account > Goods > Services and income > Imports > Goods and services > Current : Countries Compared

DEFINITION: Imports of goods and services comprise all transactions between residents of a country and the rest of the world involving a change of ownership from nonresidents to residents of general merchandise, goods sent for processing and repairs, nonmonetary gold, and services. Data are in current U.S. dollars.".

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# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
1 European Union $5.73 trillion 2009
2 United States $1.95 trillion 2009
3 Germany $1.21 trillion 2009
4 China $1.11 trillion 2009
Group of 7 countries (G7) average (profile) $864.08 billion 2009
5 France $663.24 billion 2009
6 Japan $650.36 billion 2009
7 United Kingdom $648.92 billion 2009
8 Italy $520.56 billion 2009
9 Netherlands $459.19 billion 2009
10 Canada $407.65 billion 2009
11 Spain $374.26 billion 2009
Non-religious countries average (profile) $362.75 billion 2009
12 Belgium $328.39 billion 2009
13 India $328.04 billion 2009
14 Singapore $325.61 billion 2009
High income OECD countries average (profile) $312.07 billion 2009
15 Mexico $257.60 billion 2009
16 Russia $253.09 billion 2009
17 Switzerland $243.80 billion 2009
18 Australia $242.31 billion 2008
Eurozone average (profile) $241.02 billion 2009
Heavily indebted countries average (profile) $225.55 billion 2009
NATO countries average (profile) $217.40 billion 2009
European Union average (profile) $207.27 billion 2009
19 Austria $175.56 billion 2009
20 Brazil $174.68 billion 2009
21 Poland $168.54 billion 2009
22 Ireland $166.57 billion 2009
23 Sweden $165.28 billion 2009
Europe average (profile) $163.09 billion 2009
24 Saudi Arabia $160.64 billion 2009
25 Thailand $155.78 billion 2009
26 Turkey $151.45 billion 2009
27 Malaysia $144.87 billion 2009
Emerging markets average (profile) $140.86 billion 2009
28 Denmark $134.74 billion 2009
29 Czech Republic $122.07 billion 2009
Former British colonies average (profile) $114.94 billion 2008
30 Indonesia $112.23 billion 2009
31 Norway $104.50 billion 2009
32 Hungary $92.57 billion 2009
33 Greece $84.20 billion 2009
34 Finland $83.81 billion 2009
35 Portugal $83.26 billion 2009
36 South Africa $80.77 billion 2009
37 Vietnam $72.30 billion 2009
38 Israel $63.13 billion 2009
39 Slovakia $61.81 billion 2009
40 Romania $60.47 billion 2009
Eastern Europe average (profile) $56.70 billion 2009
41 Ukraine $56.21 billion 2009
42 Luxembourg $55.63 billion 2009
43 Philippines $54.95 billion 2009
44 Chile $49.34 billion 2009
45 Argentina $48.95 billion 2009
46 Venezuela $48.06 billion 2009
47 Nigeria $47.84 billion 2009
48 Angola $41.83 billion 2009
49 Kazakhstan $38.84 billion 2009
50 Colombia $38.37 billion 2009
51 Iraq $37.73 billion 2008
52 Morocco $37.31 billion 2009
Former Spanish colonies average (profile) $35.31 billion 2009
53 Pakistan $35.01 billion 2009
Former Soviet republics average (profile) $34.81 billion 2009
54 New Zealand $31.78 billion 2009
55 Kuwait $30.68 billion 2009
56 Belarus $30.36 billion 2009
57 Lebanon $30.22 billion 2009
58 Slovenia $27.98 billion 2009
59 Bulgaria $27.20 billion 2009
60 Libya $27.07 billion 2009
61 Peru $25.78 billion 2009
Latin America and Caribbean average (profile) $25.10 billion 2009
62 Croatia $24.87 billion 2009
63 Bangladesh $23.17 billion 2009
64 Oman $21.61 billion 2009
65 Tunisia $21.09 billion 2009
66 Lithuania $20.51 billion 2009
67 Syria $19.31 billion 2008
68 Serbia and Montenegro $18.49 billion 2009
69 Ecuador $16.88 billion 2009
70 Jordan $16.30 billion 2009
71 Panama $15.10 billion 2009
72 Dominican Republic $14.16 billion 2009
73 Guatemala $12.51 billion 2009
74 Estonia $12.44 billion 2009
75 Costa Rica $12.29 billion 2009
76 Cyprus $12.04 billion 2009
77 Sri Lanka $11.71 billion 2009
78 Latvia $11.49 billion 2009
79 Bahrain $11.35 billion 2009
80 Kenya $11.31 billion 2009
81 Sudan $11.21 billion 2009
82 Ghana $10.79 billion 2009
83 Trinidad and Tobago $9.95 billion 2008
84 Azerbaijan $9.87 billion 2009
85 Bosnia and Herzegovina $9.46 billion 2009
86 Ethiopia $9.05 billion 2009
87 Cote d'Ivoire $8.80 billion 2009
88 Honduras $8.64 billion 2009
89 Algeria $8.02 billion 1991
90 El Salvador $7.97 billion 2009
91 Uruguay $7.79 billion 2009
92 Tanzania $7.54 billion 2009
93 Paraguay $7.52 billion 2009
94 Senegal $7.02 billion 2008
95 Cambodia $6.90 billion 2009
96 Cameroon $6.54 billion 2009
97 Albania $6.50 billion 2009
98 Congo, Republic of the $6.39 billion 2007
99 Jamaica $6.36 billion 2009
100 Malta $5.74 billion 2009
101 Georgia $5.27 billion 2009
102 Iceland $5.26 billion 2009
103 Uganda $5.21 billion 2009
104 Bolivia $5.16 billion 2009
105 Botswana $5.13 billion 2009
106 Namibia $5.13 billion 2009
107 Mauritius $5.11 billion 2009
108 Nepal $5.09 billion 2009
109 Papua New Guinea $4.80 billion 2009
110 Nicaragua $4.48 billion 2009
111 Mozambique $4.31 billion 2009
112 Zambia $4.12 billion 2009
113 Moldova $3.99 billion 2009
114 Mali $3.76 billion 2008
115 The Bahamas $3.73 billion 2009
116 Brunei $3.72 billion 2009
117 Armenia $3.69 billion 2009
118 Kyrgyzstan $3.68 billion 2009
119 Netherlands Antilles $3.54 billion 2009
120 New Caledonia $3.46 billion 2009
121 Tajikistan $3.06 billion 2009
122 Burma $2.91 billion 2006
123 Burkina Faso $2.86 billion 2008
124 Haiti $2.81 billion 2009
125 Aruba $2.75 billion 2009
126 Mongolia $2.63 billion 2009
127 Zimbabwe $2.52 billion 1994
128 French Polynesia $2.42 billion 2009
129 Gabon $2.40 billion 2005
130 Benin $2.40 billion 2008
131 Swaziland $2.34 billion 2009
132 Madagascar $2.04 billion 2005
133 Niger $1.95 billion 2008
134 Barbados $1.90 billion 2009
Sub-Saharan Africa average (profile) $1.88 billion 1994
Former French colonies average (profile) $1.80 billion 1994
135 Lesotho $1.79 billion 2009
136 Fiji $1.75 billion 2009
137 Liberia $1.70 billion 2009
138 Turkmenistan $1.68 billion 1997
139 Togo $1.67 billion 2008
140 Suriname $1.58 billion 2009
141 Laos $1.58 billion 2009
142 Guyana $1.51 billion 2008
143 Rwanda $1.48 billion 2009
144 Guinea $1.39 billion 2009
145 Maldives $1.14 billion 2009
146 Seychelles $1.07 billion 2009
147 Cape Verde $1.04 billion 2009
148 Antigua and Barbuda $836.92 million 2009
149 Faroe Islands $830.44 million 2003
150 Malawi $795.13 million 2002
151 Belize $782.26 million 2009
152 Saint Lucia $661.08 million 2009
153 Sierra Leone $627.82 million 2009
154 Djibouti $578.30 million 2009
155 Burundi $519.66 million 2009
156 Eritrea $499.74 million 2000
157 Equatorial Guinea $476.62 million 1996
158 Mauritania $471.20 million 1998
159 Somalia $468.31 million 1989
160 Chad $411.47 million 1994
161 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines $400.49 million 2009
162 Saint Kitts and Nevis $380.98 million 2009
163 Grenada $345.48 million 2009
164 The Gambia $342.53 million 2009
165 Solomon Islands $338.11 million 2009
166 Samoa $286.05 million 2009
167 Guinea-Bissau $283.97 million 2008
168 Dominica $269.04 million 2009
169 Vanuatu $252.16 million 2007
170 Central African Republic $244.41 million 1994
171 Tonga $212.70 million 2008
172 Comoros $103.35 million 1995
173 Sao Tome and Principe $102.75 million 2009
174 Kiribati $44.50 million 1994

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