Canada's Bilateral Trade with Asia, Year-on-Year Changes

In 2018, Canadian exports to Asia increased by 15.6% and imports increased by 6%. Five out of the 17 economies had a decline in exports between 2017 and 2018, with Pakistan being the most significant at -18.5%. Canadians imports from Asia - with the exception of two economies - increased in 2018.

Canada’s Bilateral Trade with Asia, Year-on-Year Changes
(%)
 201620172018
 ExportsImportsExportsImportsExportsImports
Australia0.0719.340.67-5.20-0.6810.46
Bangladesh-14.719.45-6.491.69-10.584.16
China4.18-1.958.4210.1622.606.51
Hong Kong, SAR-44.20-8.90-2.6630.9783.02-11.22
India-7.712.637.072.97-2.6823.26
Indonesia-19.74-3.1018.756.8224.001.70
Japan10.176.9110.4910.929.15-4.03
Malaysia-10.09-1.75-0.437.558.746.97
New Zealand0.90-2.903.437.0810.385.64
Pakistan55.973.70-30.9512.87-18.526.03
Philippines-21.04-4.4844.312.8118.594.16
Singapore-22.323.257.992.13-10.0325.41
South Korea10.1828.6521.33-18.9010.729.86
Sri Lanka-14.414.47-25.196.3720.361.69
Taiwan8.90-6.945.307.1718.327.93
Thailand1.831.35-18.284.856.077.84
Vietnam-19.7321.17102.742.590.045.85
       
Total-0.692.618.826.2815.635.93

Source: Trade Data Online. Industry Canada. March 9, 2019. www.ic.gc.ca/eic/site/tdo-dcd.nsf/eng/home
Reproduced with the permission of the Minister of Public Works and Government Services Canada.

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