GDP per capita
Lithuania is the forty-eighth (48°) exporting economy in the world. In 2016, Lithuania has exported USD 24,94 billions and has imported USD 27,18 billions, with a negative resulting trade balance of USD -2,24 billions. In 2016 Lithuania's GDP was USD 42,74 billions and its GDP per capita was USD 14.880.
The main goods exported by Lithuania are: Refined petroleum (USD 3,17 billions), Other furniture (USD 1,11 billions), Packaged medicines (USD 607 millions), Wheat (USD 594 millions) and (USD 450 millions).
It's main imports are: Crude petroleum (USD 2,71 billions), Various unclassified products (USD 988 millions), Refined petroleum (USD 961 millions), Packaged medicines (USD 874 millions) and Vehicles (USD 857 millions).
The main export destinations of Lithuania are: Russia (USD 3,37 billions), Latvia (USD 2,47 billions), Poland (USD 2,28 billions), Germany (USD 1,92 billions) and Estonia (USD 1,33 billions).
The main origins of its imports are: Germany (USD 3,37 billions), Poland (USD 2,65 billions), Poland (USD 2,51 billions), Latvia (USD 2,09 billions) and China (USD 1,29 billions).
Lithuania borders with Belarus, Latvia, Poland and Russia by land and Sweden by sea.
Origins of imports
Destination of exports