South Africa Import Data

Every country’s GDP reflects the value of services and products a country produces and at what level it affects its economy. South Africa’s GDP in 2020 was 302.5 Billion and expected to grow by 7% in 2021 and 5% in 2022. The country went republic in 1961, known to be one of the biggest producers of gold, vanadium, silver, chromium, alumina-silicates and manganese. Africa has its largest port, (Durban) in Africa that ships almost 30 million cargos each year.
It also has the largest coal reserves in the world which produces 35 million of coal every year, according to 2019 data. Known for its automotive industry that was founded in 1995, Its industry considered 303,000 employees in South Africa in 2003, and in 2004 the nation traded completely collected engine vehicles to 53 nations including many created nations like Japan, the United States, the United Kingdom, Australia and Germany, with many the makers in South Africa presently making it their principle creation base.

South Africa’s Major Trading Partners

Below are the Countries that South Africa majorly exported to -

CHINA JAPAN USA INDIA UK
SAUDI ARAB BOTSWANA NETHERLANDS NAMIBIA GERMANY

South Africa Import from the World

South Africa has imported approximately 83.75 million worth of product from all over the world. It has imported from over 200+ countries and has dealt with more than 4,000+ goods.

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Top Import Trading Partners

Below are the countries that South Africa imported from

CHINA GERMANY USA INDIA SAUDI ARAB
NIGERIA UK JAPAN THAILAND ITALY

Top Products (Import)

Below are the products South Africa imported from several countries -

Crude Petrol Refined Petrol Vehicles Vehicle Parts Gold
Iron steel Mineral Goods Chemical Base Metals Textile

Products Export and Import from India

Minerals & Fuels Ores slags & ashes Woods Pearls & precious stones Iron & steel
Machinery Salt & Sulphur Organic Chemicals Inorganic Chemicals Aluminium
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