Overview In April 2022 Canada exported C$1.38B and imported C$1.57B from Japan, resulting in a negative trade balance of C$192M. Between April 2021 and April 2022 the exports of Canada have increased by C$304M (28.2%) from C$1.08B to C$1.38B, while imports increased by C$301M (23.7%) from C$1.27B to C$1.57B.
Trade In April 2022, the top exports of Canada to Japan were Coal Briquettes (C$323M), Petroleum Gas (C$143M), Iron Ore (C$113M), Pig Meat (C$101M), and Wheat (C$72.2M). In April 2022 the top imports of Canada from Japan were Cars (C$375M), Large Construction Vehicles (C$122M), Motor vehicles; parts and accessories (8701... (C$111M), Transmissions (C$66.8M), and Spark-Ignition Engines (C$47.1M).
Origins In April 2022 the exports of Canada were mainly from British Columbia (C$509M), Alberta (C$373M), Quebec (C$181M), Ontario (C$163M), and Manitoba (C$79.6M), while imports destinations were mainly Ontario (C$1.07B), British Columbia (C$315M), Quebec (C$113M), Alberta (C$30M), and Manitoba (C$19.6M).
Growth In April 2022, the increase in Canada's year-by-year exports to Japan was explained primarily by an increase in product exports in Petroleum Gas (C$69.3M or 231%), Iron Ore (C$27.7M or 30%), and Rapeseed (C$25M or 27.9%). In April 2022, the increase in Canada's year-by-year imports from Japan was explained primarily by an increase in product imports in Large Construction Vehicles (C$17.5M or 55%), Vaccines, blood, antisera, toxins and cultures (C$8.61M or 662%), and Iron Pipes (C$8.01M or 748%).