Overview: In 2018 Solomon Islands was the number 178 economy in the world in terms of GDP (current US$), the number 155 in total exports, and the number 181 in total imports. In 2018, Solomon Islands exported $869M and imported $666M, resulting in a positive trade balance of $203M. In 2018, Solomon Islands's exports per capita were $1.33k and its imports per capita were $1.02k.
Trade: The top exports of Solomon Islands are Rough Wood ($608M), Processed Fish ($65.8M), Aluminium Ore ($43.6M), Non-fillet Frozen Fish ($30.8M), and Palm Oil ($26.7M). The top imports of Solomon Islands are Refined Petroleum ($98.3M), Rice ($39M), Fishing Ships ($38.4M), Large Construction Vehicles ($32.2M), and Delivery Trucks ($15.6M).
Destinations: Solomon Islands exports mostly to China ($583M), Italy ($55.1M), Chinese Taipei ($29.7M), India ($29.1M), and Thailand ($22.1M), and imports mostly from China ($120M), Australia ($104M), Singapore ($95.7M), Malaysia ($79.7M), and Chinese Taipei ($51.6M).
Location: Solomon Islands borders Australia, Papua New Guinea, Vanuatu, and New Caledonia by sea.