Timor-Leste is the 170th largest export economy in the world. In 2015, Timor-Leste exported $306M and imported $310M, resulting in a negative trade balance of $3.47M. In 2015 the GDP of Timor-Leste was $1.44B and its GDP per capita was $2.4k.
The top exports of Timor-Leste are Crude Petroleum ($283M), Coffee ($11.7M), Petroleum Gas ($6.46M), Pasta ($694k) and Integrated Circuits ($624k), using the 1992 revision of the HS (Harmonized System) classification. Its top imports are Refined Petroleum ($38.4M), Used Clothing ($15.3M), Raw Sugar ($14.2M), Cars ($10.5M) and Electric Generating Sets ($10M).
The top export destinations of Timor-Leste are Singapore ($268M), Thailand ($17M), Japan ($6.97M), the United States ($3.21M) and Canada ($2.13M). The top import origins are China ($105M), Singapore ($66.1M), Malaysia ($29.7M), Thailand ($27M) and Australia ($18.4M).