2022
Exports
$26.1BWorld Rnk 1 / 188
Flag Rnk 25 / 96
2022
PRODUCT COMPLEXITY IN Ships, boats, & floating structures
0.3Rnk 445 / 1025
2022
Imports
$2.09BWorld Rnk 15 / 223
Flag Rnk 60 / 96
2022
ECONOMIC COMPLEXITY of China
1.12Rnk 22 / 133

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Exports In 2022, China exported $26.1B in Ships, boats, & floating structures, making it the 1st largest exporter of Ships, boats, & floating structures in the world. At the same year, Ships, boats, & floating structures was the 25th most exported product in China. The main destination of Ships, boats, & floating structures exports from China are: Singapore ($5.65B), Liberia ($3.08B), Panama ($1.78B), Hong Kong ($1.69B), and Marshall Islands ($1.49B).

The fastest growing export markets for Ships, boats, & floating structures of China between 2021 and 2022 were Singapore ($2.38B), Hong Kong ($1.02B), and Panama ($738M).

Imports In 2022, China imported $2.09B in Ships, boats, & floating structures, becoming the 15th largest importer of Ships, boats, & floating structures in the world. At the same year, Ships, boats, & floating structures was the 60th most imported product in China. China imports Ships, boats, & floating structures primarily from: China ($794M), Singapore ($647M), Germany ($238M), South Korea ($126M), and Hong Kong ($49.1M).

The fastest growing import markets in Ships, boats, & floating structures for China between 2021 and 2022 were Singapore ($554M), South Korea ($72.5M), and Norway ($21.3M).

COMPANIES In 2023, leading companies such as Wistron (89), CrimsonLogic (59), and Goldensee Limited (51) were at the forefront of shipping Ships, boats, & floating structures from China to the United States.

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May 2024

Subnational Monthly Trade

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Flow
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EXPORT GROWTH (May 2023 - May 2024)$1.94B(100%)
IMPORT GROWTH (May 2023 - May 2024)$-90.9M(-78.2%)
MAIN EXPORTER (May 2024)Shanghai Province$1.9B
MAIN DESTINATION (May 2024)Bahamas$809M

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Historical Data

Trade Balance

Color
EXPORTS (2022)$26.1B
IMPORTS (2022)$2.09B
NET TRADE (2022)$24B

In 2022, China exported $26.1B in Ships, boats, & floating structures. The main destinations of China exports on Ships, boats, & floating structures were Singapore ($5.65B), Liberia ($3.08B), Panama ($1.78B), Hong Kong ($1.69B), and Marshall Islands ($1.49B).

In 2022, China imported $2.09B in Ships, boats, & floating structures, mainly from China ($794M), Singapore ($647M), Germany ($238M), South Korea ($126M), and Hong Kong ($49.1M).

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Export Destinations (2022)

Import Origins (2022)

Market Growth

Flow
THE FASTEST GROWING Ships, boats, & floating structures EXPORT MARKETS FOR China WERE (2021 - 2022):
Singapore$2.38B (72.5%)
Hong Kong$1.02B (150%)
Panama$738M (71%)
THE FASTEST DECLINING MARKETS FOR THE EXPORT OF Ships, boats, & floating structures BY China WERE (2021 - 2022):
China-$913M (-53.5%)
France-$879M (-77.3%)
Malta-$268M (-35.8%)

Change in Exports by Market (2021 - 2022)

Market Concentration

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In 2022, China's main exporting competitors in Ships, boats, & floating structures were:
In 2022, China's main importing competitors in Ships, boats, & floating structures were:

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Trade Value of Ships, boats, & floating structures by Exporters

Potential Exports

Potential Exports

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TOP EXPORT POTENTIALGermany+ $96.1M
TOP IMPORT POTENTIALSouth Korea+ $58.3M

Ships, boats, & floating structures’s highest export potential is Germany. With an export gap of $96.1M.   Ships, boats, & floating structures’s highest import potential is South Korea with an import gap of $58.3M.

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