Tunisia is the fifty-ninth (59°) exporting economy in the world. In 2016, Tunisia has exported USD 12,90 billions and has imported USD 18,79 billions, with a negative resulting trade balance of USD -5,89 billions. In 2016 Tunisia's GDP was USD 42,06 billions and its GDP per capita was USD 3.689.
The main goods exported by Tunisia are: (USD 1,43 billions), Crude petroleum (USD 563 millions), (USD 518 millions), (USD 499 millions) and (USD 411 millions).
It's main imports are: Refined petroleum (USD 963 millions), Gas (USD 777 millions), Vehicles (USD 747 millions), Wheat (USD 480 millions) and Delivery trucks (USD 348 millions).
The main export destinations of Tunisia are: France (USD 4,34 billions), Italy (USD 2,36 billions), Germany (USD 1,43 billions), Algeria (USD 664 millions) and Spain (USD 474 millions).
The main origins of its imports are: France (USD 3,58 billions), Italy (USD 3,24 billions), Germany (USD 1,57 billions), China (USD 1,3 billions) and Turkey (USD 910 millions).
Tunisia borders with Algeria and Libya by land and Italy by sea.
Origins of imports
Destination of exports