Recreational Boats in Australia

EXPORTS (2018): $232M, World Rnk 13 / 153
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TOP DESTINATION (2018): $87.4M, Singapore

FASTEST GROWING MARKET (2017 - 2018): $46.7M, Singapore

IMPORTS (2018): $397M, World Rnk 10 / 214
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TOP ORIGIN (2018): $91.6M, United States

FASTEST GROWING ORIGIN (2017 - 2018): $28.9M, Mexico

ECONOMIC COMPLEXITY of Australia (2018): -0.093, Rnk 73 / 137

PRODUCT COMPLEXITY  IN Recreational Boats (2018): 0.29, Rnk 442 / 1018

Exports: In 2018, Australia exported $232M in Recreational Boats, making it the 13th largest exporter of Recreational Boats in the world. At the same year, Recreational Boats was the 79th most exported product in Australia. The main destination of Recreational Boats exports from Australia are: Singapore ($87.4M), United States ($70.8M), New Zealand ($40.7M), Canada ($4.75M), and New Caledonia ($3.63M).

The fastest growing export markets for Recreational Boats of Australia between 2017 and 2018 were Singapore ($46.7M), United States ($10.5M), and Canada ($2.45M).

Imports: In 2018, Australia imported $397M in Recreational Boats, becoming the 10th largest importer of Recreational Boats in the world. At the same year, Recreational Boats was the 118th most imported product in Australia. Australia imports Recreational Boats primarily from: United States ($91.6M), Mexico ($60M), France ($38.2M), China ($35.3M), and Italy ($28.6M).

The fastest growing import markets in Recreational Boats for Australia between 2017 and 2018 were Mexico ($28.9M), Chinese Taipei ($22.4M), and United States ($9.82M).

Tariffs: In 2018, the average tariff for Australia in Recreational Boats was 1.96%. The countries with the highest import tariffs for Recreational Boats were Cote d'Ivoire (2.86%), Cameroon (2.86%), Republic of the Congo (2.86%), Algeria (2.86%), and Egypt (2.86%).

Value

EXPORTS (2018): $232M

IMPORTS (2018): $397M

NET TRADE (2018): -$165M

In 2018, Australia exported $232M in Recreational Boats. The main destinations of Australia exports on Recreational Boats were Singapore ($87.4M), United States ($70.8M), New Zealand ($40.7M), Canada ($4.75M), and New Caledonia ($3.63M).

In 2018, Australia imported $397M in Recreational Boats, mainly from United States ($91.6M), Mexico ($60M), France ($38.2M), China ($35.3M), and Italy ($28.6M).

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In 2018, Australia's main exporting competitors in Recreational Boats were:

In 2018, Australia's main importing competitors in Recreational Boats were:

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Tariffs by Country

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In 2018, the average tariff for Australia in Recreational Boats was 1.96%.

The countries with the highest tariffs for Recreational Boats in Australia were Cote d'Ivoire (2.86%), Cameroon (2.86%), Republic of the Congo (2.86%), Algeria (2.86%), and Egypt (2.86%).

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