2021
Exports
$626kWorld Rnk 0 / 0
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2022
PRODUCT COMPLEXITY IN Raw Tobacco
-1.72Rnk 974 / 1025
2021
Imports
$5.3MWorld Rnk 91 / 179
Flag Rnk 92 / 1036

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Imports In 2022, Andorra imported $5.3M in Raw Tobacco, becoming the 91st largest importer of Raw Tobacco in the world. At the same year, Raw Tobacco was the 92nd most imported product in Andorra. Andorra imports Raw Tobacco primarily from: Portugal ($5.24M), Malawi ($22.6k), Brazil ($22.2k), China ($3.99k), and Bangladesh ($2.92k).

The fastest growing import markets in Raw Tobacco for Andorra between 2021 and 2022 were Portugal ($1.52M), Malawi ($20.6k), and Brazil ($10.5k).

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Subnational Monthly Trade

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* Using January 2020 exchange rates when trade data is reported in local currency.

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Historical Data

Trade Balance

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EXPORTS (2021)$626k
IMPORTS (2022)$5.3M
NET TRADE (2022)-$5.3M

In 2022, Andorra imported $5.3M in Raw Tobacco, mainly from Portugal ($5.24M), Malawi ($22.6k), Brazil ($22.2k), China ($3.99k), and Bangladesh ($2.92k).

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Export Destinations (2022)

Import Origins (2022)

Market Growth

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THE FASTEST DECLINING MARKETS FOR THE EXPORT OF Raw Tobacco BY Andorra WERE (N/A - 2021):
Dominican Republic-$626k (-100%)
Luxembourg-$90 (-100%)

Change in Exports by Market (2021 - 2022)

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In 2022, Andorra's main exporting competitors in Raw Tobacco were:
In 2022, Andorra's main importing competitors in Raw Tobacco were:

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Trade Value of Raw Tobacco by Exporters

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