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Transport > Maritime > Exports of goods and services > Constant LCU: Countries Compared

DEFINITION: Exports of goods and services (constant LCU). Exports of goods and services represent the value of all goods and other market services provided to the rest of the world. They include the value of merchandise, freight, insurance, transport, travel, royalties, license fees, and other services, such as communication, construction, financial, information, business, personal, and government services. They exclude compensation of employees and investment income (formerly called factor services) and transfer payments. Data are in constant local currency.

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# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
1 Vietnam 1,991.64 trillion 2012
2 Indonesia 1,245.78 trillion 2012
3 South Korea 585.18 trillion 2012
Non-religious countries average (profile) 161.18 trillion 2012
4 Japan 82 trillion 2012
5 Colombia 81.34 trillion 2012
6 Iran 79.1 trillion 2007
Former French colonies average (profile) 67.97 trillion 2008
Emerging markets average (profile) 67.26 trillion 2012
7 Chile 40.4 trillion 2012
8 Cambodia 30.08 trillion 2011
High income OECD countries average (profile) 24.92 trillion 2012
9 Hungary 21.55 trillion 2010
Muslim countries average (profile) 16.92 trillion 2002
10 India 14.2 trillion 2012
11 Laos 13.31 trillion 2012
12 Paraguay 12.98 trillion 2012
Group of 7 countries (G7) average (profile) 12.42 trillion 2012
13 Belarus 11.71 trillion 2012
14 China 10.56 trillion 2012
15 Lebanon 9.92 trillion 2012
Former Spanish colonies average (profile) 8.46 trillion 2012
16 Angola 6.55 trillion 2012
17 Tanzania 6.2 trillion 2012
18 Russia 5.93 trillion 2012
19 Uganda 5.62 trillion 2011
20 Hong Kong 4.44 trillion 2012
21 Mexico 4.1 trillion 2012
South Asia average (profile) 3.99 trillion 2011
22 Cote d'Ivoire 3.94 trillion 2008
23 Zambia 3.86 trillion 2011
24 Mongolia 3.63 trillion 2012
25 Thailand 3.58 trillion 2012
26 Czech Republic 3.11 trillion 2012
27 Philippines 3.05 trillion 2012
Cold countries average (profile) 2.78 trillion 2010
28 Equatorial Guinea 2.76 trillion 2011
Eastern Europe average (profile) 2.34 trillion 2010
29 Kazakhstan 2.28 trillion 2012
30 United States 1.85 trillion 2012
31 Chad 1.72 trillion 2005
32 Guinea 1.67 trillion 2010
33 Sweden 1.61 trillion 2012
Former Soviet republics average (profile) 1.5 trillion 2010
34 Cameroon 1.44 trillion 2012
35 Costa Rica 1.32 trillion 2012
36 Germany 1.29 trillion 2012
South and Central Asia average (profile) 1.25 trillion 2006
Europe average (profile) 1.17 trillion 2010
37 Senegal 1.13 trillion 2012
European Union average (profile) 1.12 trillion 2010
38 Uzbekistan 1.12 trillion 2012
39 Pakistan 1.09 trillion 2012
40 Sierra Leone 1.01 trillion 2011
41 United Arab Emirates 975.9 billion 2012
42 Bangladesh 942.96 billion 2012
43 Denmark 872.05 billion 2012
44 Republic of the Congo 865.43 billion 2011
45 Norway 835.5 billion 2012
Sub-Saharan Africa average (profile) 814.17 billion 2008
46 Sri Lanka 804.79 billion 2012
47 Burkina Faso 733.46 billion 2011
48 Niger 725.75 billion 2012
49 Malaysia 714.07 billion 2012
50 Gabon 691.86 billion 2012
51 Singapore 691 billion 2012
52 Poland 565.37 billion 2012
53 Armenia 541.95 billion 2012
54 France 504.57 billion 2012
55 Canada 491.38 billion 2012
NATO countries average (profile) 484.96 billion 2012
56 Togo 481.68 billion 2011
57 Serbia 472.9 billion 2011
58 Mali 470.38 billion 2007
59 Rwanda 465.48 billion 2012
60 Netherlands 460.13 billion 2012
61 Iceland 453.77 billion 2012
62 South Africa 447.13 billion 2012
63 Kenya 446.09 billion 2012
64 Italy 413.98 billion 2012
65 Syria 398.72 billion 2011
66 Benin 393.27 billion 2010
67 United Kingdom 387.46 billion 2012
68 Nigeria 365.12 billion 2012
69 Macau 353.87 billion 2012
70 Israel 340.81 billion 2012
71 Australia 311.17 billion 2012
72 Switzerland 299.74 billion 2012
73 Spain 290.54 billion 2012
74 Belgium 284.74 billion 2012
75 Jamaica 275.63 billion 2012
76 Albania 247.68 billion 2012
77 Brazil 231.03 billion 2012
78 Malawi 225.6 billion 2011
79 Morocco 212.87 billion 2012
80 Saudi Arabia 204.28 billion 2002
81 Mauritania 198.94 billion 2012
Eurozone average (profile) 198.83 billion 2010
82 Uruguay 188.42 billion 2012
Potential Future EU Members average (profile) 184.43 billion 2011
83 Mauritius 169.8 billion 2012
84 Burundi 164 billion 2012
85 Ireland 163.29 billion 2012
86 Austria 156.46 billion 2012
87 Egypt 145.67 billion 2012
88 Ukraine 134.38 billion 2012
89 Algeria 132.29 billion 2009
90 Dominican Republic 130 billion 2012
91 Madagascar 128.65 billion 2009
92 Romania 118.63 billion 2012
93 Yemen 117.77 billion 2010
94 Central African Republic 116.66 billion 2008
95 Croatia 113.59 billion 2012
96 Republic of Macedonia 112.72 billion 2012
97 Honduras 99.95 billion 2012
98 Democratic Republic of the Congo 85.19 billion 2012
99 Mozambique 84.73 billion 2012
100 Ethiopia 76.89 billion 2012
101 Trinidad and Tobago 75.46 billion 2008
102 Finland 73.52 billion 2012
103 Nepal 72.52 billion 2012
104 Nicaragua 59.92 billion 2012
105 Luxembourg 58.57 billion 2012
106 Portugal 55.41 billion 2012
107 Guatemala 54.65 billion 2012
108 Slovakia 52.53 billion 2010
109 New Zealand 52.18 billion 2012
110 Lithuania 50.84 billion 2010
111 Argentina 46.24 billion 2006
112 Peru 46 billion 2012
113 Cape Verde 44.66 billion 2011
114 Greece 42.23 billion 2012
115 Djibouti 32.48 billion 2006
116 Turkey 32.23 billion 2012
117 Bulgaria 30.19 billion 2012
118 Botswana 28.03 billion 2012
119 Panama 22.51 billion 2012
120 Namibia 22.28 billion 2012
121 Slovenia 21.34 billion 2010
122 Burma 19.02 billion 2004
123 Bhutan 18.13 billion 2011
124 Ecuador 17.7 billion 2012
125 South Sudan 16.43 billion 2011
126 Turkmenistan 16.02 billion 2006
127 Azerbaijan 13.56 billion 2012
128 Cuba 12.94 billion 2011
129 Ghana 12.42 billion 2012
130 Estonia 12.25 billion 2012
131 Bolivia 12.14 billion 2012
132 Liberia 11.57 billion 2012
133 Moldova 11.44 billion 2012
134 Tunisia 11.37 billion 2012
135 Swaziland 10.77 billion 2012
136 Comoros 9.71 billion 1998
137 Maldives 9.27 billion 2004
138 Venezuela 8.32 billion 2012
139 Kyrgyzstan 8.24 billion 2012
140 Papua New Guinea 6.69 billion 2004
141 Puerto Rico 6.55 billion 2011
142 Sudan 6.55 billion 2007
143 Brunei 6.46 billion 2012
144 The Gambia 5.98 billion 2011
145 Cyprus 5.93 billion 2010
146 Lesotho 5.83 billion 2012
147 Kuwait 4.93 billion 2004
148 Haiti 4.88 billion 2012
149 Bosnia and Herzegovina 4.76 billion 2012
150 Malta 4.64 billion 2010
151 El Salvador 4.22 billion 2012
152 Tajikistan 4.15 billion 2012
153 Jordan 3.96 billion 2012
154 The Bahamas 3.78 billion 2012
155 Oman 3.63 billion 2004
156 Latvia 3.52 billion 2010
157 Zimbabwe 3.22 billion 2012
158 Eritrea 2.84 billion 2011
159 Fiji 1.64 billion 1995
160 Belize 1.6 billion 2011
161 Bahrain 1.4 billion 1985
162 Montenegro 1.07 billion 2012
163 Barbados 575.71 million 2003
164 Samoa 324.79 million 2005
165 East Timor 95.6 million 2011

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