Eritrea Trade to GDP Ratio 1992-2021

Trade is the sum of exports and imports of goods and services measured as a share of gross domestic product.
  • Eritrea trade to gdp ratio for 2011 was 47.39%, a 9.92% increase from 2010.
  • Eritrea trade to gdp ratio for 2010 was 37.47%, a 9.5% increase from 2009.
  • Eritrea trade to gdp ratio for 2009 was 27.97%, a 2.59% decline from 2008.
  • Eritrea trade to gdp ratio for 2008 was 30.56%, a 4% decline from 2007.
Data Source: World Bank

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Country Name Trade (% of GDP)
Liberia 116.27%
Togo 108.11%
South Sudan 93.23%
Zimbabwe 89.47%
Guinea 85.95%
Congo, Dem. Rep. 85.20%
Sierra Leone 80.72%
Chad 80.68%
Mozambique 80.23%
Tajikistan 79.78%
Burkina Faso 57.50%
Senegal 57.10%
Guinea-Bissau 56.62%
Madagascar 56.48%
Tanzania 56.17%
Mali 53.91%
Niger 50.25%
Malawi 48.79%
Ethiopia 48.23%
Eritrea 47.39%
Benin 47.22%
Haiti 44.16%
Burundi 43.00%
Gambia 42.64%
Nepal 41.83%
Comoros 40.00%
Uganda 39.93%
Rwanda 39.57%
Central African Republic 34.48%
Eritrea Trade to GDP Ratio - Historical Data
Year Trade (% of GDP) Annual Change
2011 47.39% 9.92%
2010 37.47% 9.50%
2009 27.97% -2.59%
2008 30.56% -4.00%
2007 34.56% -10.70%
2006 45.26% -15.85%
2005 61.11% -4.46%
2004 65.57% -8.44%
2003 74.01% -2.58%
2002 76.59% 4.53%
2001 72.06% 4.18%
2000 67.88% -28.38%
1999 96.26% 1.33%
1998 94.93% -20.49%
1997 115.41% -1.20%
1996 116.62% 11.29%
1995 105.32% -5.56%
1994 110.88% 8.82%
1993 102.06% 45.68%
1992 56.38% 45.68%