Australia is the 21st largest export economy in the world and the 56th most complex economy according to the Economic Complexity Index (ECI). In 2014, Australia exported $243B and imported $219B, resulting in a positive trade balance of $24.8B. In 2014 the GDP of Australia was $1.45T and its GDP per capita was $45.9k.
The top exports of Australia are Iron Ore ($60B), Coal Briquettes ($37.2B), Petroleum Gas ($16.3B), Gold ($16.3B) and Crude Petroleum ($9.1B), using the 1992 revision of the HS (Harmonized System) classification. Its top imports are Refined Petroleum ($16.6B), Crude Petroleum ($16.2B), Cars ($15.7B), Computers ($7.37B) and Packaged Medicaments ($6.5B).
The top export destinations of Australia are China ($82.9B), Japan ($43.1B), South Korea ($19B), India ($11.1B) and the United States ($10B). The top import origins are China ($45.7B), the United States ($24.5B), Japan ($15.4B), Singapore ($11.8B) and Germany ($10.6B).