GDP per capita
Chile is the thirty-fifth (35°) exporting economy in the world. In 2016, Chile has exported USD 58,51 billions and has imported USD 56,98 billions, with a positive resulting trade balance of USD 1,53 billions. In 2016 Chile's GDP was USD 247,03 billions and its GDP per capita was USD 13.793.
The main goods exported by Chile are: (USD 12,4 billions), (USD 12 billions), (USD 2,27 billions), (USD 2,17 billions) and (USD 1,84 billions).
It's main imports are: Vehicles (USD 3,28 billions), Refined petroleum (USD 2,95 billions), Crude petroleum (USD 2,27 billions), Delivery trucks (USD 1,76 billions) and Broadcasting equipment (USD 1,68 billions).
The main export destinations of Chile are: China (USD 17,1 billions), United States (USD 8,44 billions), Japan (USD 5,16 billions), South Korea (USD 4,11 billions) and Brazil (USD 2,96 billions).
The main origins of its imports are: United States (USD 12,9 billions), China (USD 12,8 billions), Japan (USD 4,08 billions), Germany (USD 2,79 billions) and Argentina (USD 2,3 billions).
Chile borders with Argentina, Bolivia and Peru by land.
Origins of imports
Destination of exports