Philippines Import Data is a collection of information and research data that is crucial for trade business across global countries. Philippines import-export trade data offers meaningful insights into the trade activities that take place in the Philippines throughout the year.
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Yearly Import-Export Trade Value and Shipment Record Data
Given below data is based on Philippines trade statistics throughout the years collected and sourced by the field of experts through various sources of information.
- The total trade value of the Philippines imports in the year 2019 was recorded at $152.46 billion, an increase of 4.78% from 2018.
- The total trade value of the Philippines imports in the year 2020 was recorded at $119.24 billion declined by 21.79% from 2019.
- The total trade value of the Philippines exports in the year 2019 was recorded at $106.95 billion, an increase of 2.06% from 2018.
- The total trade value of the Philippines exports in the year 2020 was recorded at $91.05 billion declined by 14.87% from 2019.
Name of the major import port of the Philippines
According to the market intelligence reports and Philippines import trade data, Calamba, Dumaguete, Cadiz, Taguilon/Ozamis, Cebu, Isabel, Mati, Cagayan de oro, Polloc, Rosario, Manila, Bacolod, Cavite, Davao, Villanueva,Cotabato, Baguio, Butuan were some of the major Philippines import port list.
What does the Philippines Export the most?
As per the market analysis reports and research data, Ore, Ash & Slag $1.7 billion (2.7%), Optical, Technical & Medical Apparatus $1.8 billion (2.8%), Electrical Machinery & Equipment $31.7 billion (49.7%), Machinery & Computers $9.5 billion (14.9%), Plastics & Articles of Plastics $895.4 million (1.4%), Amical/Vegetables Oils, Waxes & Fats $918.8 million (1.4%), Copper $1.7 billion (2.7%), and Vehicles $939.1 million (1.5%) were some of the top exported products of this country in 2020 according to Philippines export data.
Name of the major trading partners of the Philippines
Based on market analysis reports and research data, Japan $9.92 billion (15.5%), China $9.62 billion (15%), United States of America $9.72 billion (15.2%), Singapore $3.75 billion (5.88%), Germany $2.36 billion (3.7%), Korea $2.53 billion (3.97%), Netherlands $1.9 billion (2.97%), Thailand $2.88 billion (4.51%), and other Asian countries $2.05 billion (3.22%) were the major export partner countries of the Philippines during 2020 according to Philippines Export Trade Data 2020.
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