With Donald Trump withdrawing from the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) it is worthwhile looking at who exactly Australia is trading with.
In 2015 Australia shipped US$191.2billion worth of goods around the globe and of that $10.3billion was exported to the US. The same year Australia bought $200.8billion worth of imported products with the US exports to Australia accounting for $22.6billion.
In contrast 2015 saw Australia export a total of $61.8billion to China and import a total of $46.3billion from China.
Australia imports and exports from a number of key countries including:
To find out more about what we are buying and selling from these countries; download the Australian Export and Import Statistics - 2015 below. You will see by country the Top #10 import and exports made by type and $ value.
Credit & Data Source: www.worldsrichestcountries.com.au & Trade Map, International Trade Centre and www.intracen.org/marketanalysis