Biggest Trading Partners - Colombia

Name the top countries that Colombia exports to and imports from.
For the year 2016. In USD. Source
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Last updated: April 10, 2017
First submittedApril 10, 2017
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Exports
Country
10.1 bil
United States
1.91 bil
Panama
1.54 bil
Netherlands
1.21 bil
China
1.20 bil
Ecuador
1.16 bil
Spain
1.05 bil
Peru
0.995 bil
Brazil
Exports
Country
0.937 bil
Mexico
0.761 bil
Turkey
0.670 bil
Chile
0.614 bil
Venezuela
0.482 bil
United Kingdom
0.476 bil
Germany
0.451 bil
Belgium
0.439 bil
Italy
Imports
Country
11.9 bil
United States
8.68 bil
China
3.41 bil
Mexico
2.12 bil
Brazil
1.71 bil
Germany
1.12 bil
Japan
0.946 bil
India
0.918 bil
Spain
Imports
Country
0.889 bil
South Korea
0.829 bil
France
0.805 bil
Ecuador
0.767 bil
Canada
0.762 bil
Italy
0.721 bil
Chile
0.682 bil
Peru
0.534 bil
Bolivia
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Level ∞
Apr 10, 2017
Its kind of shocking how little Colombia trades with Venezuela.
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Level 71
Apr 11, 2017
No Argentina was pretty surprising too. I know they don't border each other, but Argentina's a pretty big player in S. America.
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Level 71
Apr 16, 2017
Argentina is basically broke, and Venezuela is near collapse. Each is starved of hard currency (i.e. USD mainly) and so cannot effect much cross-border trade. Venezuela exports oil but Colombia has its own to a large extent, and Argentina really only exports agricultural products - but it must first feed its own population since it has little currency to spend abroad. On the other hand, Colombia is doing quite well economically - especially in relative terms.
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Level 71
May 9, 2017
Interesting. I never knew Argentina was in such a bad situation.
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Level 65
Aug 4, 2017
Argentina is doing bad, but it's nowhere near what Venezuela is going through.
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Level 52
Aug 15, 2017
Colombia still has big inequality and social problems. Not as bad as Venezuela, but nothing to feel proud for (for the record I am colombian). Hoping to find the road to improve our situation.
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Level 65
Apr 18, 2017
Colombia is waking the world up. Cocaine and Caffeine for everybody
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Level 41
Aug 15, 2017
why is turkey on every quiz!!! XD
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Level 58
Aug 15, 2017
It's a conspiracy!
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Level 55
Aug 15, 2017
I know right! It's even on this one https://www.jetpunk.com/user-quizzes/152733/thanksgiving-quiz
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Level 69
Aug 15, 2017
XD
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Level 43
Aug 15, 2017
wow... i forgot Canada... Good quiz!
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Level 71
Aug 15, 2017
I love Colombia. One of my favorite places to visit. It's safe, beautiful, and the people are wonderful.
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Level 66
Mar 27, 2020
I wouldn't say that Colombia is particularly safe, but it isn't as dangerous as other places.
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Level 55
Aug 15, 2017
How much of the 1.54billion exported to Netherlands is sold in cafés?
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Level 38
Aug 15, 2017
Proportionately, about as much as the $10.1 Billion exported to the US is sold in nightclubs and bodegas.
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Level 44
Aug 15, 2017
I thought I had all of the South American countries. But apparently I missed Bolivia
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Level 37
Aug 19, 2017
how is India on here but not russia
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Level 59
Oct 12, 2017
By the way. It’s spelled ColUmbia
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Level 76
Oct 27, 2017
Not when it's Colombia the country.
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Level 79
Nov 19, 2017
Did you think this quiz was about the biggest trading partners with Columbia University?
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Level 79
Nov 19, 2017
Netherlands often shows up on the biggest import column and high up the list, too. In spite of their small population. Are the Dutch such ravenous consumers or is it just that the goods are being funneled through Rotterdam and then redistributed to the rest of Europe?
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Level 69
Apr 4, 2018
Both. Rotterdam is (still) by far the biggest port in Europe and Germany as a neighbour doesn't hurt. Amsterdam Airport is also one of the larger airports (both passenger as well as cargo). In addition the population is not that small and the country produces a surprisingly high number of goods (and services). For example agriculture production is extremely efficient and much higher than you'd expect based on the country's size.
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Level 30
Jun 23, 2020
only missed the Netherlands. What??