Overview In November 2021 Canada's Computers exports accounted up to C$67.6M and imports accounted up to C$1.16B, resulting in a negative trade balance of C$1.1B. Between November 2020 and November 2021 the exports of Canada's Computers have decreased by C$-26.3M (-28%) from C$93.9M to C$67.6M, while imports decreased by C$-92.7M (-7.37%) from C$1.26B to C$1.16B.
Destinations In November 2021, Computers were exported mostly to Kazakhstan (C$15M), China (C$7.13M), United States (C$6.69M), United Arab Emirates (C$6.22M), and Brazil (C$5.69M), and were imported mostly from China (C$751M), Mexico (C$160M), Taiwan (C$107M), Thailand (C$47.9M), and Vietnam (C$36.3M).
Growth In November 2021, the decrease in Computers's year-by-year exports was explained primarily by a decrease in exports to United States (C$-49.9M or -88.2%), Netherlands (C$-3.96M or -62.5%), and Algeria (C$-2.7M or -96.9%). In November 2021, the decrease in Computers's year-by-year imports was explained primarily by a decrease in imports from United States (C$-178M or -98.9%), China (C$-27.1M or -3.48%), and Netherlands (C$-4.41M or -80.5%).