2020
Exports
$20.2kWorld Rnk 0 / 0
Flag Rnk 0 / 0
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2022
PRODUCT COMPLEXITY IN Special Purpose Ships
-1.27Rnk 902 / 1025
2020
Imports
$175kWorld Rnk 129 / 174
Flag Rnk 624 / 1017
2022
ECONOMIC COMPLEXITY of Papua New Guinea
-1.53Rnk 125 / 133

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Imports In 2022, Papua New Guinea imported $175k in Special Purpose Ships, becoming the 129th largest importer of Special Purpose Ships in the world. At the same year, Special Purpose Ships was the 624th most imported product in Papua New Guinea. Papua New Guinea imports Special Purpose Ships primarily from: Australia ($175k) and United Arab Emirates ($10).

The fastest growing import markets in Special Purpose Ships for Papua New Guinea between 2021 and 2022 were Australia ($1.03k) and United Arab Emirates ($10).

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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 (2020)$20.2k
IMPORTS (2022)$175k
NET TRADE (2022)-$175k

In 2022, Papua New Guinea imported $175k in Special Purpose Ships, mainly from Australia ($175k) and United Arab Emirates ($10).

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In 2022, Papua New Guinea's main exporting competitors in Special Purpose Ships were:
In 2022, Papua New Guinea's main importing competitors in Special Purpose Ships were:

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Trade Value of Special Purpose Ships by Exporters

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