Exports: In 2018, Uganda exported $49M in Palm Oil, making it the 26th largest exporter of Palm Oil in the world. At the same year, Palm Oil was the 15th most exported product in Uganda. The main destination of Palm Oil exports from Uganda are: South Sudan ($25.5M), Democratic Republic of the Congo ($19.9M), Rwanda ($1.69M), Tanzania ($923k), and Burundi ($588k).
The fastest growing export markets for Palm Oil of Uganda between 2017 and 2018 were South Sudan ($8.67M), Democratic Republic of the Congo ($1.02M), and Central African Republic ($51.9k).
Imports: In 2018, Uganda imported $225M in Palm Oil, becoming the 33rd largest importer of Palm Oil in the world. At the same year, Palm Oil was the 4th most imported product in Uganda. Uganda imports Palm Oil primarily from: Indonesia ($141M), Kenya ($51.5M), Malaysia ($22.5M), Thailand ($6.15M), and Singapore ($2.33M).
The fastest growing import markets in Palm Oil for Uganda between 2017 and 2018 were Kenya ($26.3M), Thailand ($6.15M), and Cambodia ($1.19M).
Tariffs: In 2018, the average tariff for Uganda in Palm Oil was 12.5%. The countries with the highest import tariffs for Palm Oil were Ethiopia (14.4%), Angola (13.3%), Benin (13.3%), Burkina Faso (13.3%), and Botswana (13.3%).