Overview: In December 2020 China's Cyclic Hydrocarbons exports accounted up to $49M and imports accounted up to $938M, resulting in a negative trade balance of $889M. Between December 2019 and December 2020 the exports of China's Cyclic Hydrocarbons have increased by $31.9M (186%) from $17.2M to $49M, while imports decreased by $-507M (-35.1%) from $1.44B to $938M.
Destinations: In December 2020 Cyclic Hydrocarbons exported mostly to India ($4.36M), South Korea ($3.94M), Germany ($2.16M), Vietnam ($1.28M), and El Salvador ($1.26M), and imported mostly from South Korea ($291M), Saudi Arabia ($106M), Japan ($101M), Taiwan ($86.8M), and Brunei ($69.7M).
Growth: In December 2020, the increase in Cyclic Hydrocarbons's year-by-year exports was explained primarily by an increase in exports to South Korea ($11M or 623%), Vietnam ($9.21M or 4.03k%), and Germany ($5.16M or 239%). In December 2020, the decrease in Cyclic Hydrocarbons's year-by-year imports was explained primarily by a decrease in imports from South Korea ($-161M or -35.6%), Japan ($-103M or -50.6%), and Saudi Arabia ($-85.3M or -44.5%).