Overview: In 2018 Chile was the number 40 economy in the world in terms of GDP (current US$), the number 43 in total exports, the number 45 in total imports,
the number 59 economy in terms of GDP per capita (current US$) and the number 74 most complex economy according to the Economic Complexity Index (ECI)
Exports: The top exports of Chile are Copper Ore ($18.6B), Refined Copper ($15.5B), Sulfate Chemical Woodpulp ($3.71B), Fish Fillets ($2.78B), and Raw Copper ($2.16B), exporting mostly to China ($25.3B), United States ($10.6B), Japan ($7.06B), South Korea ($4.39B), and Brazil ($3.39B).
In 2018, Chile was the world's biggest exporter of Copper Ore ($18.6B), Refined Copper ($15.5B), Molybdenum Ore ($1.52B), Grapes ($1.43B), and Pitted Fruits ($1.42B)
Imports: The top imports of Chile are Cars ($4.81B), Refined Petroleum ($4.68B), Crude Petroleum ($3.83B), Delivery Trucks ($2.65B), and Broadcasting Equipment ($2.35B), importing mostly from China ($16.7B), United States ($13.8B), Brazil ($6.45B), Germany ($3.22B), and Argentina ($3.05B).
Location: Chile borders Argentina, Bolivia, and Peru by land.