Who is Africa’s largest trading partner?

In 2020, the largest trade partner for Africa was the EU with 28 % of both exports and imports. In exports it was followed by other African countries (23 %) and China (8 %). For imports these two had switched places, China (16 %) was second and other African countries (13 %) were third.

Who is the world’s largest trading partner?

Year-to-Date Total Trade

Rank Country Total Trade
Total, All Countries 1,786.1
Total, Top 15 Countries 1,344.5
1 Mexico 262.8
2 Canada 258.3

Who is South Africa’s biggest trading partner in Africa?

South Africa’s top trading partners are China, Germany, the United States, the UK, India and Japan. South Africa is the EU’s largest trading partner in Africa.

What is Africa’s biggest export?

Mineral fuels, including oil, hold the largest share of exports with $5.1bn making up 19.5% of total exports. The second biggest sector is gems and precious metals at $2.1bn, accounting for 8.2% of all exports.

Who is Kenya’s #1 export?

Kenya top 5 Export and Import partners

Exporter Trade (US$ Mil) Partner share(%)
China 3,590 20.86
India 1,706 9.91
United Arab Emirates 1,633 9.49
Saudi Arabia 1,247 7.25

Who are Russia’s biggest trading partners?

List of the largest trading partners of Russia

  • Netherlands. 27.7.
  • Germany. 19.9.
  • Belarus. 18.5.
  • United States. 15.4.
  • Italy. 13.3.
  • Turkey. 13.2.
  • South Korea. 12.1.
  • Japan. 11.8.
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