Your question: Does China export to Japan?

China Exports to Japan was US$142.64 Billion during 2020, according to the United Nations COMTRADE database on international trade. China Exports to Japan – data, historical chart and statistics – was last updated on December of 2021.

Does Japan import products from China?

Japan’s main imports include mineral fuels, machinery and food. In 2015, leading suppliers of these goods were China (25.6 per cent), the United States (10.9 per cent) and Australia (5.6 per cent).

How much of Japan trade is from China?

China is Japan’s largest export market and trading partner. It represents more than 20% of Japan’s total trade.

What might Japan import from China?

Japan’s top imports from China and their total values for 2018 were electrical machinery ($52.4 billion), machinery ($31.1 billion), clothing and accessories ($18.3 billion) and chemicals ($12.1 billion). Japanese exports to China rose by 6.8% percent and imports from China rose by 4% in 2018.

Who is Japan’s biggest trading partner?

List of the largest trading partners of Japan

Rank Country/District Total Trade
World 1,368.1
1 China 296.907
ASEAN 208.492
2 United States 206.633
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