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Overview This page contains the latest trade data of Crustaceans; smoked, whole, cooked or not, n.e.c. in item no. 0306.9, in shell or not, including edible flours, meals, and pellets of crustaceans. In 2022, Crustaceans; smoked, whole, cooked or not, n.e.c. in item no. 0306.9, in shell or not, including edible flours, meals, and pellets of crustaceans were the world's 5005th most traded product, with a total trade of $33.3M. Between 2021 and 2022 the exports of Crustaceans; smoked, whole, cooked or not, n.e.c. in item no. 0306.9, in shell or not, including edible flours, meals, and pellets of crustaceans decreased by -47.5%, from $63.5M to $33.3M. Trade in Crustaceans; smoked, whole, cooked or not, n.e.c. in item no. 0306.9, in shell or not, including edible flours, meals, and pellets of crustaceans represent 0.00014% of total world trade.

Crustaceans; smoked, whole, cooked or not, n.e.c. in item no. 0306.9, in shell or not, including edible flours, meals, and pellets of crustaceans are a part of Crustaceans; in shell or not, live, fresh, chilled, frozen, dried, salted or....

Exports In 2022 the top exporters of Crustaceans; smoked, whole, cooked or not, n.e.c. in item no. 0306.9, in shell or not, including edible flours, meals, and pellets of crustaceans  were Spain ($4.79M), United States ($3.85M), Netherlands ($2.32M), Italy ($2.29M), and Malaysia ($2.08M).

Imports In 2022 the top importers of Crustaceans; smoked, whole, cooked or not, n.e.c. in item no. 0306.9, in shell or not, including edible flours, meals, and pellets of crustaceans were Italy ($6.63M), New Zealand ($3.55M), France ($2.81M), Ukraine ($2.75M), and United Kingdom ($2.01M).

Ranking Crustaceans; smoked, whole, cooked or not, n.e.c. in item no. 0306.9, in shell or not, including edible flours, meals, and pellets of crustaceans ranks 4805th in the Product Complexity Index (PCI).

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The following visualization shows the latest trends on Crustaceans; smoked, whole, cooked or not, n.e.c. in item no. 0306.9, in shell or not, including edible flours, meals, and pellets of crustaceans. Countries are shown based on data availability.

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* Trade values are converted to USD using each month's exchange rate. For December 2023 data, the exchange rate from December 30, 2023 is used.

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Historical Data

Exporters and Importers

Top Origin (2022)Spain$4.79M
Top Destination (2022)Italy$6.63M

In 2022 Crustaceans; smoked, whole, cooked or not, n.e.c. in item no. 0306.9, in shell or not, including edible flours, meals, and pellets of crustaceans were the world's 5005th most traded product (out of 5,380).

In 2022, the top exporters of Crustaceans; smoked, whole, cooked or not, n.e.c. in item no. 0306.9, in shell or not, including edible flours, meals, and pellets of crustaceans were Spain ($4.79M), United States ($3.85M), Netherlands ($2.32M), Italy ($2.29M), and Malaysia ($2.08M).

In 2022, the top importers of Crustaceans; smoked, whole, cooked or not, n.e.c. in item no. 0306.9, in shell or not, including edible flours, meals, and pellets of crustaceans were Italy ($6.63M), New Zealand ($3.55M), France ($2.81M), Ukraine ($2.75M), and United Kingdom ($2.01M).

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Exporters of Crustaceans; smoked, whole, cooked or not, n.e.c. in item no. 0306.9, in shell or not, including edible flours, meals, and pellets of crustaceans (2022)
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Importers of Crustaceans; smoked, whole, cooked or not, n.e.c. in item no. 0306.9, in shell or not, including edible flours, meals, and pellets of crustaceans (2022)
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Market Dynamics

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Top Origin Growth (2021 -  2022)Cuba$779k
Top Destination Growth (2021 -  2022)Finland$455k

Between 2021 and 2022, the exports of Crustaceans; smoked, whole, cooked or not, n.e.c. in item no. 0306.9, in shell or not, including edible flours, meals, and pellets of crustaceans grew the fastest in Cuba ($779k), Denmark ($620k), Argentina ($407k), Japan ($331k), and Ireland ($316k).

Between 2021 and 2022, the fastest growing importers of Crustaceans; smoked, whole, cooked or not, n.e.c. in item no. 0306.9, in shell or not, including edible flours, meals, and pellets of crustaceans were Finland ($455k), Germany ($349k), Greece ($199k), Liberia ($166k), and New Zealand ($157k).

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Exporters of Crustaceans; smoked, whole, cooked or not, n.e.c. in item no. 0306.9, in shell or not, including edible flours, meals, and pellets of crustaceans (2021 - 2022)

Importers of Crustaceans; smoked, whole, cooked or not, n.e.c. in item no. 0306.9, in shell or not, including edible flours, meals, and pellets of crustaceans (2021 - 2022)

Market Concentration

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This chart shows the evolution of the market concentration of exports of Crustaceans; smoked, whole, cooked or not, n.e.c. in item no. 0306.9, in shell or not, including edible flours, meals, and pellets of crustaceans.

In 2022, market concentration measured using Shannon Entropy, was 4.7. This means that most of the exports of Crustaceans; smoked, whole, cooked or not, n.e.c. in item no. 0306.9, in shell or not, including edible flours, meals, and pellets of crustaceans are explained by 25 countries.

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Value of Exports in Crustaceans; smoked, whole, cooked or not, n.e.c. in item no. 0306.9, in shell or not, including edible flours, meals, and pellets of crustaceans

Net Trade

TOP NET EXPORTER (2022)Spain$4.12M
TOP NET IMPORTER (2022)Italy$4.33M

This map shows which countries export or import more of Crustaceans; smoked, whole, cooked or not, n.e.c. in item no. 0306.9, in shell or not, including edible flours, meals, and pellets of crustaceans. Each country is colored based on the difference in exports and imports of Crustaceans; smoked, whole, cooked or not, n.e.c. in item no. 0306.9, in shell or not, including edible flours, meals, and pellets of crustaceans during 2022.

In 2022, the countries that had a largest trade value in exports than in imports of Crustaceans; smoked, whole, cooked or not, n.e.c. in item no. 0306.9, in shell or not, including edible flours, meals, and pellets of crustaceans were Spain ($4.12M), United States ($2.78M), Netherlands ($1.96M), Malaysia ($1.93M), and Ireland ($1.22M).

In 2022, the countries that had a largest trade value in imports than in exports of Crustaceans; smoked, whole, cooked or not, n.e.c. in item no. 0306.9, in shell or not, including edible flours, meals, and pellets of crustaceans were Italy ($4.33M), New Zealand ($3.52M), France ($2.3M), United Kingdom ($1.79M), and Germany ($1.6M).

Net Trade (2022)

Country Comparison

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This visualization shows the countries that have an important ratio of their trade related to Crustaceans; smoked, whole, cooked or not, n.e.c. in item no. 0306.9, in shell or not, including edible flours, meals, and pellets of crustaceans.
It is possible to select the main countries that export or import Crustaceans; smoked, whole, cooked or not, n.e.c. in item no. 0306.9, in shell or not, including edible flours, meals, and pellets of crustaceans in the world, or by continent, as well as select the measure of interest.

Top 10 Exporters Countries of Crustaceans; smoked, whole, cooked or not, n.e.c. in item no. 0306.9, in shell or not, including edible flours, meals, and pellets of crustaceans by percentage of total exports

Product Complexity

Diversification Frontier

Specialization

The Complexity-Relatedness diagram compares the risk and the strategic value of a product's potential export opportunities. Relatedness is predictive of the probability that a country increases its exports in a product. Complexity, is associated with higher levels of income, economic growth potential, lower income inequality, and lower emissions.

Relatedness vs Country Complexity (2022)

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