Overview In June 2021 Canada exported C$14M and imported C$61.9M from Portugal, resulting in a negative trade balance of C$47.8M. Between June 2020 and June 2021 the exports of Canada have increased by C$7.62M (119%) from C$6.42M to C$14M, while imports increased by C$20.9M (50.9%) from C$41M to C$61.9M.
Trade In June 2021, the top exports of Canada to Portugal were Gas Turbines (C$4.89M), Dried Legumes (C$1.83M), Chlorates and Perchlorates (C$1.25M), Live Fish (C$705k), and Steel Ingots (C$521k). In June 2021 the top imports of Canada from Portugal were Packaged Medicaments (C$11.3M), Wine (C$7.89M), Leather Footwear (C$2.81M), Knit Sweaters (C$2.62M), and House Linens (C$2.48M).
Origins In June 2021 the exports of Canada were mainly from Quebec (C$8.57M), Ontario (C$3.14M), New Brunswick (C$716k), Alberta (C$710k), and Manitoba (C$332k), while imports destinations were mainly Ontario (C$31.9M), Quebec (C$21.4M), British Columbia (C$4.07M), Alberta (C$2.14M), and Nova Scotia (C$1.24M).
Growth In June 2021, the increase in Canada's year-by-year exports to Portugal was explained primarily by an increase in product exports in Dried Legumes (C$1.54M or 536%), Chlorates and Perchlorates (C$842k or 206%), and Commodities not elsewhere specified (C$378k or 292%). In June 2021, the increase in Canada's year-by-year imports from Portugal was explained primarily by an increase in product imports in Packaged Medicaments (C$10.5M or 1.41k%), Wine (C$3.19M or 67.8%), and House Linens (C$2.04M or 463%).