South Sudan is the 141st largest export economy in the world. In 2017, South Sudan exported $1.23B and imported $532M, resulting in a positive trade balance of $697M.
The top exports of South Sudan are Crude Petroleum ($1.22B), Scrap Iron ($2.98M), Aircraft Parts ($1.65M), Sawn Wood ($1.22M) and Gas Turbines ($1.22M), using the 1992 revision of the HS (Harmonized System) classification. Its top imports are Raw Sugar ($42.1M), Postage Stamps ($31.4M), Beer ($21.5M), Railway Cargo Containers ($20.9M) and Palm Oil ($18.6M).
The top export destinations of South Sudan are China ($1.16B), India ($56M), Uganda ($5.29M), Ukraine ($1.89M) and Jordan ($277k). The top import origins are Uganda ($253M), Kenya ($161M), China ($51.8M), the Netherlands ($11.1M) and the United States ($9.7M).