Overview In February 2023, China exported $40.2M and imported $747M from Turkmenistan, resulting in a negative trade balance of $706M. Between February 2022 and February 2023 the exports of China have decreased by $-6.59M (-14.1%) from $46.8M to $40.2M, while imports increased by $13.3M (1.82%) from $733M to $747M.
Trade In February 2023, the top exports of China to Turkmenistan were Valves ($4.2M), Rubber Tires ($3.46M), Motor vehicles; parts and accessories (8701... ($3.25M), Electrical Control Boards ($2.43M), and Iron Pipes ($2.32M). In February 2023 the top imports of China from Turkmenistan were Petroleum Gas ($712M), Other Vegetable Products ($1.76M), Halogens ($1.52M), Vegetable Saps ($1.41M), and Other Mineral ($1.36M).
Origins In February 2023 the exports of China were mainly from Guangdong Province ($6.25M), Shaanxi Province ($6M), Zhejiang Province ($5.22M), Shandong Province ($4.92M), and Hebei Province ($3.96M), while imports destinations were mainly Beijing ($745M), Jiangsu Province ($1.54M), Shandong Province ($454k), Tianjin ($8.65k), and Hunan Province ($1k).
Growth In February 2023, the decrease in China's year-by-year exports to Turkmenistan was explained primarily by an decrease in product exports in Woven Fabric of Synthetic Staple Fibers ($-862k or -87%), Air Conditioners ($-819k or -65.8%), and Special purpose motor vehicles ($-442k or -37.9%). In February 2023, the increase in China's year-by-year imports from Turkmenistan was explained primarily by an increase in product imports in Petroleum Gas ($255M or 55.9%), Other Mineral ($1.2M or 717%), and Halogens ($912k or 151%).