ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) is an International Organization composed by Vietnam, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, Philippines, Cambodia, Burma, Brunei, and Laos. In 2019, ASEAN exported $1.73T (8.24% of global exports) and imported $1.61T (7.65% of global imports).
Its largest exporter, Vietnam exported $356B, which corresponds to 20.5% of the total exports. On the other hand, the largest importer, Singapore, imported $362B, which is 22.5% of the total imports of Association of Southeast Asian Nations.
In 2021, ASEAN's most exported products were Monolithic integrated circuits, digital ($199B), Oils petroleum, bituminous, distillates, except crude ($83.9B), Transmit-receive apparatus for radio, TV, etc. ($72.7B), Parts and accessories of data processing equipment ne ($54.9B), and Palm oil or fractions simply refined ($33.5B). The same year, the most imported products were Monolithic integrated circuits, digital ($159B), Oils petroleum, bituminous, distillates, except crude ($108B), Petroleum oils, oils from bituminous minerals, crude ($64.6B), Parts of line telephone/telegraph equipment, nes ($28.9B), and Transmit-receive apparatus for radio, TV, etc. ($26B).
In 2021, ASEAN's exports went primarly to China ($283B), United States ($266B), Hong Kong ($112B), Japan ($111B), and Singapore ($84.5B). The same year, ASEAN's imported primarily from China ($455B), South Korea ($111B), Japan ($108B), Malaysia ($91.1B), and United States ($89.6B).