GDP per capita
Germany is the third (3°) exporting economy in the world. In 2016, Germany has exported USD 1,32 trillions and has imported USD 1,05 trillions, with a positive resulting trade balance of USD 273 billions. In 2016 Germany's GDP was USD 3,47 trillions and its GDP per capita was USD 48.700.
The main goods exported by Germany are: Vehicles (USD 150 billions), Various unclassified products (USD 75,3 billions), Vehicle parts (USD 56,3 billions), Packaged medicines (USD 48,3 billions) and Planes, Helicopters, and/or Spacecraft (USD 34,6 billions).
It's main imports are: Various unclassified products (USD 96,5 billions), Vehicles (USD 51,2 billions), Vehicle parts (USD 37,4 billions), Crude petroleum (USD 28,7 billions) and Packaged medicines (USD 26 billions).
The main export destinations of Germany are: United States (USD 118 billions), France (USD 110 billions), United Kingdom (USD 94,1 billions), The Netherlands (USD 86,8 billions) and China (USD 85,4 billions).
The main origins of its imports are: The Netherlands (USD 99 billions), France (USD 78,9 billions), Belgium (USD 66,4 billions), China (USD 65,2 billions) and Italy (USD 58,3 billions).
Germany borders with Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Luxemburg, Poland, Switzerland and The Netherlands by land and Sweden and United Kingdom by sea.
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Destination of exports