The Top 10 Import Countries (1st part)

The Top 10 Import Countries (1st part)

10. India

indiaIndia has the 10th largest economy (nominal gross domestic product and in terms of purchasing parity) and is one of twenty top major economies. As a member of BRICS, with Brazil, China, Russia and South Africa. The goods it imports is raw expensive stones, crude oil, machinery, fertilizer, steel, iron, and chemicals. Its import partners are China, the United Arabs, Saudi Arabia, the United States and Switzerland.

9. Netherlands

The Netherlands is probably one of the richest countries and nations on earth. It is the founder of the European Union and the World Trade Organization. It’s imported goods are transport equipment, machinery, clothing, chemicals, food, and fuel. Its main partners are Germany, China, Belgium, the United States, the United Kingdom, Russia, and France.

8. South Korea

Although it has a small territory, South Korea is on the track of becoming one of the largest economic centers in the world. Some of its imported goods are machinery, electronics, and electronic equipment, steel, oil, transport equipment, plastics, and chemicals. Its import partners include China, Japan, the United States, Saudi Arabia and Australia.

7. Italy

Italy is a member of the Group of Eight and Seven (G8 and G7), which are groups of the richest countries in the world. It is part of the European Union and mostly imports goods such as engineering products, transport equipment, chemicals, energy products, minerals, nonferrous metals, clothing, textiles, food, tobacco, and beverages. Its main import partner is Germany.

6. UK

The United Kingdom is one of the most globalized economies and financial centers in the world. The UK is a member of the European Union, Commonwealth of Nations, G8, G7, G20, the World Bank, and the International Monetary Fund. It imports mostly manufactured goods, machinery, fuel, and food items. Main import partners include Germany and China.