List of the largest trading partners of the United States

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The 15 largest trade partners of the United States represent 73.9% of U.S. imports, and 71.7% of U.S. exports as of December 2011.[1] These figures do not include services or foreign direct investment. The largest U.S. partners with their total trade (sum of imports and exports) in billions of US Dollars for calendar year 2012 are as follows: [2]

A flow map of the largest trade partners of the US
Country Exports Imports Total Trade Trade Balance
 Canada 292.9 324.2 616.7 -31.8
 China 110.6 425.6 536.2 -315
 Mexico 216.3 277.7 494 -61.4
 European Union 184.3 260.6 444.8 -76.3
 Japan 70 146.4 216.4 -76.4
 Germany 48.8 108.5 157.3 -59.7
 United Kingdom 54.8 54.9 109.8 -0.1
 South Korea 42.3 58.9 101.2 -16.6
 Brazil 43.7 32.1 75.8 11.6
 Saudi Arabia 13.8 55.7 73.8 -37.6
 France 30.8 41.6 72.4 -10.8
 Taiwan 24.4 38.9 63.2 -14.5
 Netherlands 40.7 22.3 63 18.4
 India 22.3 40.5 62.9 -18.2
 Venezuela 17.6 38.7 56.4 -21.1
 Italy 16 36.9 52.9 -20.9

This list does not include the European Union (EU), which includes five (Germany, UK, France, Netherlands and Italy) of the above states in a single economic entity. As a single economy, the EU is the largest trading partner of the US with $367.8 billion worth of EU goods going to the US and $268.6 billion of US goods going to the EU as of 2011, totaling approximately $636.4 billion in total trade.[3]

Countries of which United States is the largest trading partner[edit]

The United States is also the primary export or import partner of several countries. The percentages on these tables are based on 2012 data as shown on the CIA World Factbook. Some countries are repeated from the previous table.

   
Exports[4]
Region Percentage
 Chad 81.9%
 Haiti 81.7%
 Mexico 78.0%
 Canada 74.5%
 Saint Kitts and Nevis 56.0%
 Nicaragua 55.6%
 Jamaica 48.0%
 El Salvador 47.3%
 Dominican Republic 47.0%
 Trinidad and Tobago 42.1%
 Guatemala 40.2%
 Venezuela 39.1%
 Costa Rica 38.9%
 Ecuador 37.3%
 Colombia 36.6%
 Honduras 34.5%
 Cambodia 32.6%
 Belize 31.8%
 Guyana 30.8%
 Israel 27.8%
 Suriname 25.7%
 Iraq 21.1%
 Sri Lanka 20.4%
 Panama 20.2%
 Bangladesh 18.7%
 Ireland 17.9%
 Vietnam 17.8%
 Nigeria 16.8%
 Jordan 16.6%
 Fiji 14.6%
 Saudi Arabia 14.2%
 Saint Lucia 13.9%
 Pakistan 13.6%
Imports[5]
Region Percentage
 Canada 50.6%
 Mexico 49.9%
 Costa Rica 49.8%
 Aruba 46.4%
 Honduras 44.3%
 Dominican Republic 43.3%
 Guatemala 38.0%
 Jamaica 36.1%
 El Salvador 35.4%
 Trinidad and Tobago 33.1%
 Saint Kitts and Nevis 31.7%
 Venezuela 31.7%
 Bahamas 30.1%
 Ecuador 28.4%
 Suriname 26.0%
 Peru 24.6%
 Colombia 24.2%
 Belize 23.6%
 Panama 23.6%
 Chile 22.9%
 Guyana 22.2%
 Nicaragua 19.0%
 Qatar 14.2%
 Israel 12.9%
 Kuwait 11.8%
 Philippines 11.5%
 Lebanon 11.2%

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