The Cook Islands is the 196th largest export economy in the world. In 2017, the Cook Islands exported $38.9M and imported $108M, resulting in a negative trade balance of $69.7M.
The top exports of the Cook Islands are Non-fillet Frozen Fish ($15.1M), Fish Fillets ($9.7M), Tug Boats ($3.64M), Coin ($3.62M) and Recreational Boats ($1.02M), using the 1992 revision of the HS (Harmonized System) classification. Its top imports are Refined Petroleum ($19.4M), Recreational Boats ($9.7M), Passenger and Cargo Ships ($4.79M), Cars ($4.12M) and Flavored Water ($2.44M).
The top export destinations of the Cook Islands are Japan ($17.1M), China ($5.54M), Greece ($3.64M), Germany ($3.6M) and South Korea ($1.93M). The top import origins are New Zealand ($52M), Fiji ($12.8M), Italy ($8.68M), China ($7.29M) and Australia ($5.51M).