Top 10 Countries With the Highest Exports to China

We present you with the list of the countries with the highest exports to China. Insider Monkey’s latest article will bring you to the world of exports now. According to the World Economic Forum, China’s economy sits at $11 trillion, or nearly 15% of the world’s total. The country itself is the largest export economy in the world, with China’s top exports going to the United States (over 18% of the total value), but that doesn’t mean it needs for nothing from the rest of the countries. There’s no self-sufficient nation on the planet.

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Now without a further ado let’s see what Insider Monkey has investigated for us. We have picked three countries with the highest exports to China from their list.
The first one is Switzerland, a country whose exports to China reach a total value of $39.9 billion, or 2.5% of the China’s total imports. While the value may be impressive, it’s actually 3% less than the value they reached a year prior, in 2015. Wondering what China’s buying from Switzerland? Data shows that China spends the most money on pearls, precious stones and metals, and jewelry. Considering Switzerland’s name is often associated with luxury, it’s not necessarily surprising. Then, it imports meds, mechanical appliances, clocks and watches (again, not surprising), optical, photographic, cinematographic, medical or surgical instruments and apparatus, electrical machinery and more. Essential oils and perfumes, ceramic, and vehicles are also on the list. The next country is Malaysia. Malaysia exports products worth $49.2 billion to China, making up 3.1% of China’s total imports. While the number is already impressive, it’s actually 8% less than it was in 2015. The most expensive thing China buys from Malaysia is electrical machinery and equipment, sound recorders and reproducers, TV image and sound recorders and related products, valuing at over $8.7 billion. They also export mineral fuels and oils, machinery, mechanical appliances, nuclear reactors and boilers, animal or vegetable fats, ores, rubber, plastics, organic chemicals and so on. Wood, copper, nickel, aluminum, and glass are also on the list, right next to cocoa, cereals, and furniture. At last, but not least we are mentioning Australia, with its export to China coming up to $70.8 billion, or 4.5% of China’s imports. The number is 4% less than it was in 2015, data shows. The largest part of the number comes from buying ores, slag and ash, nearly half the sum. Then, China also imports mineral fuels and oils, commodities, pearls, precious stones and metals, wool, copper, wood, meat, medicines, cereals, beverages, cotton, dairy, eggs, honey, and more. The list further includes fruits, salt, aluminum, oil seeds and nuts, as well as various types of machinery.
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