Overview In July 2021 China exported $4.64B and imported $2.81B from Canada, resulting in a positive trade balance of $1.84B. Between July 2020 and July 2021 the exports of China have increased by $396M (9.31%) from $4.25B to $4.64B, while imports increased by $566M (25.3%) from $2.24B to $2.81B.
Trade In July 2021, the top exports of China to Canada were Telephones ($264M), Computers ($250M), Light Fixtures ($126M), Vehicle Parts ($104M), and Other Furniture ($98.4M). In July 2021 the top imports of China from Canada were Gold ($356M), Sulfate Chemical Woodpulp ($247M), Coal Briquettes ($236M), Copper Ore ($175M), and Iron Ore ($153M).
Origins In July 2021 the exports of China were mainly from Guangdong Province ($1.08B), Zhejiang Province ($637M), Jiangsu Province ($617M), Shandong Province ($544M), and Fujian Province ($457M), while imports destinations were mainly Beijing ($503M), Guangdong Province ($400M), Shanghai Province ($383M), Fujian Province ($275M), and Zhejiang Province ($253M).
Growth In July 2021, the increase in China's year-by-year exports to Canada was explained primarily by an increase in product exports in Cars ($61.1M or 1.63k%), Computers ($57.9M or 30.2%), and Aluminium Plating ($45M or 193%). In July 2021, the increase in China's year-by-year imports from Canada was explained primarily by an increase in product imports in Gold ($356M or 67.8k%), Coal Briquettes ($217M or 1.12k%), and Sulfate Chemical Woodpulp ($118M or 91.1%).