GDP per capita
Slovakia is the thirty-second (32°) exporting economy in the world. In 2016, Slovakia has exported USD 77,47 billions and has imported USD 67,27 billions, with a positive resulting trade balance of USD 10,20 billions. In 2016 Slovakia's GDP was USD 89,55 billions and its GDP per capita was USD 16.496.
The main goods exported by Slovakia are: Vehicles (USD 15,5 billions), (USD 6,07 billions), Vehicle parts (USD 4,44 billions), Broadcasting equipment (USD 3,54 billions) and (USD 1,75 billions).
It's main imports are: Vehicle parts (USD 7,43 billions), Broadcasting equipment (USD 3,73 billions), Vehicles (USD 2,07 billions), Crude petroleum (USD 1,83 billions) and Gas (USD 1,52 billions).
The main export destinations of Slovakia are: Germany (USD 17 billions), Czech Republic (USD 9,2 billions), Poland (USD 5,88 billions), France (USD 4,75 billions) and United Kingdom (USD 4,6 billions).
The main origins of its imports are: Germany (USD 14,3 billions), Czech Republic (USD 13,6 billions), Poland (USD 5,07 billions), Poland (USD 4,73 billions) and Italy (USD 3,01 billions).
Slovakia borders with Austria, Czech Republic, Hungaria, Poland and Ukraine by land.
Origins of imports
Destination of exports