Overview: In 2018 Norway was the number 27 economy in the world in terms of GDP (current US$), the number 33 in total exports, the number 40 in total imports,
the number 5 economy in terms of GDP per capita (current US$) and the number 34 most complex economy according to the Economic Complexity Index (ECI)
Exports: The top exports of Norway are Petroleum Gas ($37.2B), Crude Petroleum ($33B), Refined Petroleum ($6.97B), Non-fillet Fresh Fish ($6.79B), and Raw Aluminium ($3.29B), exporting mostly to United Kingdom ($25.8B), Germany ($20.2B), Netherlands ($12.4B), Sweden ($9.8B), and France ($8.73B).
In 2018, Norway was the world's biggest exporter of Petroleum Gas ($37.2B), Non-fillet Fresh Fish ($6.79B), Processed Fish ($1.09B), Fishing Ships ($412M), and Wood Pulp Lyes ($115M)
Imports: The top imports of Norway are Cars ($6.24B), Refined Petroleum ($2.52B), Special Purpose Ships ($1.95B), Broadcasting Equipment ($1.81B), and Passenger and Cargo Ships ($1.77B), importing mostly from Sweden ($15.2B), Germany ($10.8B), China ($6.17B), United States ($5.8B), and Denmark ($5.74B).
In 2018, Norway was the world's biggest importer of Other Sea Vessels ($823M), Fishing Ships ($284M), Fish Oil ($269M)
Location: Norway borders Finland, Russia, and Sweden by land and Denmark, Iceland, United Kingdom, and Greenland by sea.