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List of the largest trading partners of the European Union

 

List of the largest trading partners of the European Union

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According to the European Commission Directorate-General for Trade. The largest trading partners of the European Union with their total trade (sum of imports and exports) in millions of euro for calendar year 2014 are as follows.[1]

These figures do not include foreign direct investment or trade in services, but only trade in goods.

Rank Country Exports Imports Total Trade Trade Balance
- World 1,702,762 1,680,377 3,383,139 +22,386
1  Peru#REDIRECT }}} 310,887 205,205 516,092 +105,682
2  Peru#REDIRECT }}} 164,737 302,455 467,191 -137,718
3  Peru#REDIRECT }}} 103,320 181,818 285,137 -78,498
4  Peru#REDIRECT }}} 140,346 96,580 236,926 +43,766
5  Peru#REDIRECT }}} 50,182 83,966 134,148 -33,784
6  Peru#REDIRECT }}} 74,627 54,204 128,831 +20,423
7  Peru#REDIRECT }}} 53,283 54,565 107,848 -1,282
8  Peru#REDIRECT }}} 43,121 39,044 82,165 +4,077
9  Peru#REDIRECT }}} 35,453 37,086 72,539 -1,633
10  Peru#REDIRECT }}} 36,894 31,140 68,034 +5,754
11  Peru#REDIRECT }}} 35,139 28,686 63,825 +6,454
12  Peru#REDIRECT }}} 31,658 27,328 58,986 +4,329
13  Peru#REDIRECT }}} 23,373 29,372 52,745 -5,999
14  Peru#REDIRECT }}} 42,763 8,118 50,881 +34,644
15  Peru#REDIRECT }}} 28,435 17,936 46,371 +10,500
16  Peru#REDIRECT }}} 34,683 10,653 45,335 +24,030
17  Peru#REDIRECT }}} 28,249 16,848 45,097 +11,401
18  Peru#REDIRECT }}} 23,339 18,444 41,783 +4,895
19  Peru#REDIRECT }}} 16,967 23,197 40,165 -6,230
20  Peru#REDIRECT }}} 11,550 28,159 39,709 -16,609
- Remaining Countries 413,756 385,573 799,331 +28,184

See also

References

  1. ^ Top Trading Partners Client and Supplier Countries of the EU28 in Merchandise Trade (value %) (2014, excluding intra-EU trade). Accessed 19 September 2015
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