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Latin America’s Top Trade Partners (2012)

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2012 trade in billions of US dollars.
Rk Ch.CountryExports Ch.'12/'11Imports Ch.'12/'11Trade Ch.'12/'11
1sameUSA$384.6 9.3%$437.2 3.7%$821.9 6.2%
2sameChina$131.0 10.7%$124.5 5.3%$255.5 8.0%
3sameJapan$36.9 -11.5%$30.5 -9.2%$67.4 -10.5%
4sameGermany$41.9 11.7%$23.2 -5.1%$65.0 5.1%
5sameCanada$12.6 -3.7%$41.4 -1.2%$54.1 -1.8%
6sameKorea$32.8 -6.3%$18.8 -0.3%$51.6 -4.2%
7+1Spain$18.2 14.5%$25.6 23.8%$43.8 19.8%
8-1Netherlands$12.4 26.4%$29.5 -2.0%$42.0 5.0%
9+1India$12.0 14.9%$27.7 66.7%$39.7 46.7%
10-1Italy$19.2 10.4%$12.9 -17.5%$32.1 -2.8%
11+2UK$10.0 16.0%$17.0 6.3%$27.0 9.7%
12sameFrance$16.9 16.8%$9.9 4.4%$26.8 11.9%
13-2Singapore$15.4 -4.6%$9.3 5.3%$24.8 -1.0%
14sameBelgium$8.4 12.8%$10.4 -6.5%$18.8 1.2%
15sameTaiwan$6.7 -1.1%$6.9 -4.6%$13.7 -2.9%
Note: Percent change for Canada, European Union members in local currency.
Sources: International Monetary Fund, Japan External Trade Organization, Korea International Trade Association, Taiwan’s Bureau of Foreign Trade, U.S. Census Bureau, Latin Business Chronicle
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