Overview In September 2021 China exported $5.59B and imported $2.55B from Canada, resulting in a positive trade balance of $3.04B. Between September 2020 and September 2021 the exports of China have increased by $2.24B (67%) from $3.35B to $5.59B, while imports increased by $1.04B (68.7%) from $1.51B to $2.55B.
Trade In September 2021, the top exports of China to Canada were Computers ($254M), Telephones ($231M), Light Fixtures ($180M), Party Decorations ($163M), and Vehicle Parts ($137M). In September 2021 the top imports of China from Canada were Iron Ore ($340M), Coal Briquettes ($290M), Crude Petroleum ($214M), Sulfate Chemical Woodpulp ($177M), and Rapeseed ($151M).
Origins In September 2021 the exports of China were mainly from Guangdong Province ($1.49B), Zhejiang Province ($871M), Jiangsu Province ($749M), Shandong Province ($659M), and Fujian Province ($395M), while imports destinations were mainly Shanghai Province ($435M), Fujian Province ($415M), Beijing ($376M), Guangdong Province ($283M), and Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region ($208M).
Growth In September 2021, the increase in China's year-by-year exports to Canada was explained primarily by an increase in product exports in Vehicle Parts ($79.6M or 138%), Computers ($77.3M or 43.7%), and Other Furniture ($66.7M or 109%). In September 2021, the increase in China's year-by-year imports from Canada was explained primarily by an increase in product imports in Coal Briquettes ($265M or 1.04k%), Iron Ore ($174M or 105%), and Crude Petroleum ($153M or 250%).