Overview: In October 2020 United States' Radioactive Chemicals exports accounted up to $68.1M and imports accounted up to $231M, resulting in a negative trade balance of $163M. Between October 2019 and October 2020 the exports of United States' Radioactive Chemicals have increased by $22.7M (50.2%) from $45.3M to $68.1M, while imports decreased by $-94.4M (-29%) from $325M to $231M.
Destinations: In October 2020 Radioactive Chemicals exported mostly to Canada ($29.7M), Norway ($10.2M), Russia ($9.66M), Kazakhstan ($4.62M), and China ($2.01M), and imported mostly from Russia ($67.6M), Germany ($62M), Netherlands ($54.4M), Canada ($36M), and France ($3.11M).
Growth: In October 2020, the increase in Radioactive Chemicals's year-by-year exports was explained primarily by an increase in exports to Canada ($17.3M or 141%), Norway ($10.2M or 34.3k%), and Russia ($9.34M or 2.91k%). In October 2020, the decrease in Radioactive Chemicals's year-by-year imports was explained primarily by a decrease in imports from Russia ($-76.1M or -52.9%), United Kingdom ($-62.4M or -99.7%), and Canada ($-10.2M or -22.1%).