Overview In November 2022 United States' Video and Card Games exports accounted up to $308M and imports accounted up to $1.59B, resulting in a negative trade balance of $1.29B. Between November 2021 and November 2022 the exports of United States' Video and Card Games have increased by $24.2M (8.53%) from $284M to $308M, while imports increased by $43.3M (2.79%) from $1.55B to $1.59B.
Destinations In November 2022, Video and Card Games were exported mostly to Canada ($136M), Mexico ($51.8M), China ($9.76M), Australia ($8.46M), and United Kingdom ($8.3M), and were imported mostly from China ($1.38B), Vietnam ($90.1M), Mexico ($26.2M), Japan ($25M), and South Korea ($15.6M).
Growth In November 2022, the increase in Video and Card Games's year-by-year exports was explained primarily by an increase in exports to Canada ($19.6M or 49.4%), Australia ($5.92M or 180%), and Hong Kong ($5.3M or 99.1%). In November 2022, the increase in Video and Card Games's year-by-year imports was explained primarily by an increase in imports from China ($535M or 355%), Vietnam ($65.9M or 108%), and Malaysia ($5.93M or 371%).