Overview: In January 2021 Yukon exported C$1.21M and imported C$2.02M, resulting in a negative trade balance of C$807k. Between January 2020 and January 2021 the exports of Yukon have decreased by $-1.04M (-46.2%) from C$2.26M to C$1.21M, while imports increased by C$1.34M (197%) from C$680k to C$2.02M.
Trade: In January 2021, the top exports of Yukon were Copper Ore (C$294k), Gold (C$284k), Stone Processing Machines (C$136k), Other Pure Vegetable Oils (C$89.4k), and Interchangeable Tool Parts (C$66.7k). In January 2021 the top imports of Yukon were Non-fillet Frozen Fish (C$1.04M), Fish Oil (C$250k), Centrifuges (C$248k), Oscilloscopes (C$220k), and Refined Petroleum (C$145k).
Destinations: In January 2021, Yukon exported mostly to United States (C$747k), Suriname (C$136k), China (C$120k), South Korea (C$67.5k), and United States Minor Outlying Islands (C$40k), and imported mostly from United States (C$1.87M), Singapore (C$142k), Canada (C$4.48k), and Japan (C$381).
Growth: In January 2021, the decrease in Yukon's year-by-year exports was explained primarily by an decrease in exports to United States (C$-1.09M or -59.4%), Brazil (C$-16.4k or -32.9%), and Mexico (C$-1.24k or -60.3%), and product exports decrease in Copper Ore (C$-1.42M or -82.8%), Interchangeable Tool Parts (C$-270k or -80.2%), and Commodities not elsewhere specified (C$-26.4k or -94.7%). In January 2021, the increase in Yukon's year-by-year imports was explained primarily by an increase in imports from United States (C$1.31M or 234%), and product imports increase in Centrifuges (C$104k or 72%) and Refined Petroleum (C$18.1k or 14.2%).