2022
Exports
$397MWorld Rnk 20 / 223
Flag Rnk 58 / 96
2022
PRODUCT COMPLEXITY IN Books, newspapers, & other prints
1.1Rnk 131 / 1025
2022
Imports
$239MWorld Rnk 29 / 226
Flag Rnk 81 / 96
2022
ECONOMIC COMPLEXITY of South Korea
1.78Rnk 4 / 133

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Exports In 2022, South Korea exported $397M in Books, newspapers, & other prints, making it the 20th largest exporter of Books, newspapers, & other prints in the world. At the same year, Books, newspapers, & other prints was the 58th most exported product in South Korea. The main destination of Books, newspapers, & other prints exports from South Korea are: United States ($155M), Japan ($75.6M), China ($59.6M), Vietnam ($10.5M), and Canada ($6.03M).

The fastest growing export markets for Books, newspapers, & other prints of South Korea between 2021 and 2022 were United States ($34.5M), China ($17.4M), and Mexico ($1.92M).

Imports In 2022, South Korea imported $239M in Books, newspapers, & other prints, becoming the 29th largest importer of Books, newspapers, & other prints in the world. At the same year, Books, newspapers, & other prints was the 81st most imported product in South Korea. South Korea imports Books, newspapers, & other prints primarily from: China ($67.5M), United States ($58M), Japan ($27.9M), Germany ($18.3M), and United Kingdom ($15.7M).

The fastest growing import markets in Books, newspapers, & other prints for South Korea between 2021 and 2022 were Malaysia ($6.3M), Japan ($1.74M), and Malta ($431k).

COMPANIES In 2023, leading companies such as Nexen Tire (65), At Home Procurement (2), and Team Hardinger (2) were at the forefront of shipping Books, newspapers, & other prints from South Korea to the United States.

Latest Trends

May 2024

Subnational Monthly Trade

Time Scale
Flow
Color
EXPORT GROWTH (May 2023 - May 2024)$-11M(-28%)
IMPORT GROWTH (May 2023 - May 2024)$718k(3.56%)
MAIN DESTINATION (May 2024)United States$10.4M

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Historical Data

Trade Balance

Color
EXPORTS (2022)$397M
IMPORTS (2022)$239M
NET TRADE (2022)$158M

In 2022, South Korea exported $397M in Books, newspapers, & other prints. The main destinations of South Korea exports on Books, newspapers, & other prints were United States ($155M), Japan ($75.6M), China ($59.6M), Vietnam ($10.5M), and Canada ($6.03M).

In 2022, South Korea imported $239M in Books, newspapers, & other prints, mainly from China ($67.5M), United States ($58M), Japan ($27.9M), Germany ($18.3M), and United Kingdom ($15.7M).

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Export Destinations (2022)

Import Origins (2022)

Market Growth

Flow
THE FASTEST GROWING Books, newspapers, & other prints EXPORT MARKETS FOR South Korea WERE (2021 - 2022):
United States$34.5M (28.7%)
China$17.4M (41.3%)
Mexico$1.92M (88.2%)
THE FASTEST DECLINING MARKETS FOR THE EXPORT OF Books, newspapers, & other prints BY South Korea WERE (2021 - 2022):
Thailand-$104M (-95.6%)
Hong Kong-$3.15M (-53.8%)
Russia-$1.44M (-65.7%)

Change in Exports by Market (2021 - 2022)

Market Concentration

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In 2022, South Korea's main exporting competitors in Books, newspapers, & other prints were:
In 2022, South Korea's main importing competitors in Books, newspapers, & other prints were:

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Trade Value of Books, newspapers, & other prints by Exporters

Potential Exports

Potential Exports

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TOP EXPORT POTENTIALChina+ $13.9M
TOP IMPORT POTENTIALChina+ $28.5M

Books, newspapers, & other prints’s highest export potential is China. With an export gap of $13.9M.   Books, newspapers, & other prints’s highest import potential is China with an import gap of $28.5M.

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