Overview: In 2018 Qatar was the number 52 economy in the world in terms of GDP (current US$), the number 45 in total exports, the number 63 in total imports, and the number 62 most complex economy according to the Economic Complexity Index (ECI). In 2018, Qatar exported $69B and imported $34.7B, resulting in a positive trade balance of $34.3B. In 2018, Qatar's exports per capita were $24.8k and its imports per capita were $12.5k.
Trade: The top exports of Qatar are Petroleum Gas ($31B), Crude Petroleum ($17.7B), Refined Petroleum ($10.1B), Ethylene Polymers ($2.27B), and Raw Aluminium ($1.31B). The top imports of Qatar are Planes, Helicopters, and/or Spacecraft ($4.49B), Cars ($1.68B), Gas Turbines ($1.56B), Jewellery ($1.41B), and Refined Petroleum ($591M).
Destinations: Qatar exports mostly to South Korea ($12.5B), India ($9.65B), Japan ($8.68B), China ($8.65B), and Singapore ($5.84B), and imports mostly from United States ($5.09B), France ($3.61B), United Kingdom ($3.06B), China ($2.98B), and India ($1.83B).
Location: Qatar borders Saudi Arabia by land and Bahrain, Iran, and United Arab Emirates by sea.