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List of the largest trading partners of the European Union
According to the European Commission​Directorate-General for Trade. The 10 largest trading partners of the European Union with their total trade (sum of imports and exports) in millions of euro for calendar year 2020 are as follows. In the table, a positive trade balance means that the EU exports more than it imports from the given country.[1]
  EU
  Top 10 (2010)
  Top 20 (2010)
With United Kingdom withdrawal from the European Union, United Kingdom enters the top ten partners of the EU-27. These figures do not include foreign direct investment or trade in services, but only trade in goods.
EU-27 trade after Brexit (2020 in billion euros)
RankCountry/districtExportsImportsTotal tradeTrade balance
1
 China
202.5383.5586−181
2 United States353202555150.9
3 United Kingdom277.5167.2444.7110.3
4
  Switzerland
142.4108.625133.8
5
 Russia
7995.2174.2−16.2
6
 Turkey
69.962.6132.57.3
7
 Japan
54.554.9109.4−0.4
8
 Norway
48.642.390.96.3
9
 South Korea
45.344.189.41.2
10
 India
32.233.165.3−0.9
See also
References
^ Top Trading Partners: Client and Supplier Countries of the EU28 in Merchandise Trade (value %) (2020, excluding intra-EU trade). Accessed 16 February 2021
Last edited on 16 February 2021, at 15:26
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