Vietnam is the twenty-fourth (24°) exporting economy in the world. In 2015, Vietnam has exported USD 185,00 billions and has imported USD 169,00 billions, with a positive resulting trade balance of USD 16,00 billions. In 2015 Vietnam's GDP was USD 216,00 billions and its GDP per capita was USD 2.246.
The main goods exported by Vietnam are: Broadcasting equipment (USD 30,3 billions), Integrated circuits (USD 10,8 billions), Computers (USD 7,29 billions), Leather footwear (USD 6,27 billions) and (USD 6,01 billions).
It's main imports are: Integrated circuits (USD 11,2 billions), Telephones (USD 10,6 billions), Refined petroleum (USD 5,81 billions), (USD 3,39 billions) and (USD 1,88 billions).
The main export destinations of Vietnam are: United States (USD 38,1 billions), China (USD 19,2 billions), Japan (USD 15 billions), South Korea (USD 9,6 billions) and Germany (USD 8,71 billions).
The main origins of its imports are: China (USD 49,8 billions), South Korea (USD 26,6 billions), Japan (USD 13,1 billions), Other Asia (USD 9,9 billions) and Thailand (USD 8,51 billions).
Vietnam borders with Cambodia, China and Laos by land and Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines and Thailand by sea.
Origins of imports
Destination of exports