Exports In 2019, Norway exported $36.6k in Cut Flowers, making it the 99th largest exporter of Cut Flowers in the world. At the same year, Cut Flowers was the 1014th most exported product in Norway. The main destination of Cut Flowers exports from Norway are: Netherlands ($12.7k), Chinese Taipei ($11.1k), Switzerland ($8.93k), Canada ($1.4k), and Kuwait ($1.11k).
The fastest growing export markets for Cut Flowers of Norway between 2018 and 2019 were Chinese Taipei ($11.1k), Switzerland ($8.68k), and Kuwait ($880).
Imports In 2019, Norway imported $65.2M in Cut Flowers, becoming the 19th largest importer of Cut Flowers in the world. At the same year, Cut Flowers was the 255th most imported product in Norway. Norway imports Cut Flowers primarily from: Netherlands ($26.1M), Kenya ($24.2M), Ethiopia ($9.75M), Colombia ($912k), and Tanzania ($881k).
The fastest growing import markets in Cut Flowers for Norway between 2018 and 2019 were Ethiopia ($4.05M), Japan ($127k), and China ($85.1k).
Tariffs In 2018, the average tariff for Norway in Cut Flowers was 149%. The countries with the highest import tariffs for Cut Flowers were Morocco (Preferential tariff for Morocco, 246%), Tunisia (Preferential tariff for Tunisia, 246%), Israel (Preferential tariff for Israel, 246%), Jordan (Preferential tariff for Jordan, 246%), and Palestine (Preferential tariff for for occupied Palestinian territory, 246%).