Syria is the 158th largest export economy in the world. In 2015, Syria exported $613M and imported $4.68B, resulting in a negative trade balance of $4.07B.

The top exports of Syria are Spice Seeds ($83.2M), Apples and Pears ($53.2M), Calcium Phosphates ($37.1M), Refined Copper ($32.1M) and Other Nuts ($30.3M), using the 1992 revision of the HS (Harmonized System) classification. Its top imports are Seed Oils ($140M), Wheat Flours ($99M), Wheat ($96.9M), Delivery Trucks ($96.8M) and Cars ($96.3M).

The top export destinations of Syria are Egypt ($153M), Jordan ($100M), Saudi Arabia ($82.5M), India ($33.5M) and Turkey ($25.4M). The top import origins are Turkey ($1.38B), China ($1.02B), Egypt ($237M), South Korea ($209M) and Russia ($186M).

Syria borders Iraq, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon and Turkey by land and Cyprus by sea.

Economic Complexity of Syria

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