Overview In December 2022 China's Gold exports accounted up to $107M and imports accounted up to $9.12B, resulting in a negative trade balance of $9.01B. Between December 2021 and December 2022 the exports of China's Gold have decreased by $-126M (-54.3%) from $233M to $107M, while imports increased by $5.53B (154%) from $3.58B to $9.12B.
Destinations In December 2022, Gold were exported mostly to Hong Kong ($100M), South Korea ($3.21M), Singapore ($1.03M), Philippines ($576k), and Italy ($323k), and were imported mostly from Switzerland ($4.19B), Canada ($2.62B), Australia ($742M), South Africa ($448M), and Hong Kong ($425M).
Growth In December 2022, the decrease in Gold's year-by-year exports was explained primarily by a decrease in exports to South Korea ($-2.68M or -34%), Malaysia ($-1.17M or -92.1%), and Singapore ($-236k or -12.8%). In December 2022, the increase in Gold's year-by-year imports was explained primarily by an increase in imports from Switzerland ($3.64B or 2.03k%), Australia ($896M or 25k%), and South Africa ($791M or 1.1k%).