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Exports of goods and services

Exports in the world regions

Exports in the world regions, bln. $
Area197019801990200020102015
Africa23.3146.2133.6190.8624.6510.5
Americas103.6485.8909.01 910.53 483.33 923.2
Asia58.6557.91 038.82 391.46 844.28 147.7
Europe189.31 029.82 214.13 364.97 670.18 241.3
Oceania7.835.968.6117.0332.9299.0
World382.52 255.64 364.17 974.618 955.121 121.7

Exports in the world regions, % in the world exports
Area197019801990200020102015
Africa6.16.53.12.43.32.4
Americas27.121.520.824.018.418.6
Asia15.324.723.830.036.138.6
Europe49.545.750.742.240.539.0
Oceania2.01.61.61.51.81.4
World100.0100.0100.0100.0100.0100.0

Exports per capita in the world regions, $
Area197019801990200020102015
Africa63.8306.3211.8234.8599.1431.1
Americas199.6785.61 251.12 275.73 694.83 959.1
Asia28.3217.2324.3643.91 641.61 854.6
Europe269.01 372.13 071.94 622.110 404.611 131.9
Oceania397.61 573.72 567.63 804.09 215.27 659.2
World104.0508.5822.41 301.82 736.12 874.6
Picture. Structure of exports by the world regions, 2015, %

Exports of goods and services per capita

Average rates of exports per capita in the world, $
average197019801990200020102015
average of above-average367.12 030.23 494.85 341.89 761.210 618.2
average104.0508.5822.41 301.82 736.12 874.6
average of below-average15.688.7152.6244.1793.1898.3
Picture. Exports per capita in the world

Kushnir's square in exports

Kushnir's square (exports, 2015)size (share in the world exports)Total
< 0.1%0.1-1%1-10%10+%
Small economiesAverages economiesRegional leadersGlobal leaders
quality (exports per capita, times global average)3.7+High developed  44.2%
1-3.7Developed 29.2%
0.31-1Developing 19.5%
< 0.31Least developed  5.5%
Total3.2%17.4%55.9%21.9%100%

Exports in top 5 countries

Exports in top 5 countries, bln. $
Area197019801990200020102015
China2.721.355.3279.51 602.52 358.9
United States59.7280.8551.91 096.81 852.32 264.3
Germany32.6176.8404.1601.21 443.71 573.5
United Kingdom27.9147.0246.8408.3686.5777.3
Japan22.4147.6323.1519.3857.1773.0
World382.52 255.64 364.17 974.618 955.121 121.7

Exports in top 5 countries, % in the world exports
Area197019801990200020102015
China0.710.941.33.58.511.2
United States15.612.412.613.89.810.7
Germany8.57.89.37.57.67.4
United Kingdom7.36.55.75.13.63.7
Japan5.96.57.46.54.53.7
Others62.065.763.863.666.063.3
World100.0100.0100.0100.0100.0100.0

Exports per capita in top 5 countries, $
Area197019801990200020102015
China3.421.747.9220.11 195.11 714.2
United States285.01 223.12 182.73 877.15 977.67 037.0
Germany416.32 261.85 118.57 340.517 949.219 501.2
United Kingdom501.02 615.04 320.76 936.310 946.912 010.6
Japan216.11 273.62 642.94 130.66 732.06 107.1
World104.0508.5822.41 301.82 736.12 874.6
Picture. Structure of exports by top 5 countries, 2015, %

Methodology of exports

14.114 The allocation of exports by product requires the same conversion between SITC or HS codes as the allocation of imports does. The valuation of exports is easier, though, since in trade statistics exports are uniformly valued FOB. This valuation may not be in perfect accord with the recording in the SNA since the point of valuation is at the border, not necessarily where change of ownership takes place. As with the valuation of imports, ideally exports should be valued when and where they change ownership from a resident unit to a non-resident unit but, again as with imports, the assumption that this change of ownership takes place at the national border may be the only practical assumption given existing data sources.

Source: The System of National Accounts, 2008 (2008 SNA)