Overview In April 2022 Belgium exported €2.25M and imported €8.22M from Zimbabwe, resulting in a negative trade balance of €5.97M. Between April 2021 and April 2022 the exports of Belgium have decreased by €-1.21M (-34.9%) from €3.45M to €2.25M, while imports decreased by €-1.45M (-15%) from €9.67M to €8.22M.
Trade In April 2022, the top exports of Belgium to Zimbabwe were Chemical products n.e.s. (€1.73M), Pharmaceutical products (€240k), Edible Animal By-Products (€127k), Optical, photographic, cinematographic, measuring, checking, medical... (€95.5k), and Plastics and articles thereof (€24.5k). In April 2022 the top imports of Belgium from Zimbabwe were Precious metals, gems and jewelry (€6.1M), Tobacco and manufactured tobacco substitutes (€2.07M), Coffee, tea, mate and spices (€33.9k), Salt; sulphur; earths, stone; plastering materials,... (€11k), and Furskins and artificial fur; manufactures thereof (€722).
Growth In April 2022, the decrease in Belgium's year-by-year exports to Zimbabwe was explained primarily by an decrease in product exports in Edible Animal By-Products (€-129k or -91.6%), Nuclear reactors, boilers, machinery and mechanical... (€-20.1k or -52%), and Optical, photographic, cinematographic, measuring, checking, medical... (€-4.38k or -49.8%). In April 2022, the decrease in Belgium's year-by-year imports from Zimbabwe was explained primarily by an decrease in product imports in Precious metals, gems and jewelry (€-6.29M or -100%) and Electrical machinery and equipment and parts... (€-4 or -20%).