Equatorial Guinea Trade to GDP Ratio 2005-2021

Trade is the sum of exports and imports of goods and services measured as a share of gross domestic product.
  • Equatorial Guinea trade to gdp ratio for 2019 was 107.38%, a 2.87% increase from 2018.
  • Equatorial Guinea trade to gdp ratio for 2018 was 104.51%, a 2.09% increase from 2017.
  • Equatorial Guinea trade to gdp ratio for 2017 was 102.43%, a 9.83% increase from 2016.
  • Equatorial Guinea trade to gdp ratio for 2016 was 92.60%, a 6.28% decline from 2015.
Data Source: World Bank

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Similar Country Ranking
Country Name Trade (% of GDP)
Maldives 146.99%
North Macedonia 138.83%
Belarus 133.35%
Bulgaria 125.17%
Malaysia 123.00%
Libya 117.47%
Belize 115.71%
Serbia 112.08%
Thailand 110.39%
Grenada 110.20%
Dominica 108.72%
Montenegro 108.51%
Equatorial Guinea 107.38%
Nauru 99.21%
Lebanon 96.04%
Armenia 95.74%
Bosnia 95.26%
Mauritius 92.17%
Jamaica 89.03%
Samoa 88.86%
Tonga 87.61%
Jordan 86.34%
Azerbaijan 86.04%
Romania 84.56%
Namibia 83.48%
Mexico 77.92%
Iraq 77.35%
Albania 76.89%
Botswana 74.11%
Gabon 72.25%
Paraguay 69.16%
Costa Rica 66.02%
Kazakhstan 63.90%
Turkey 62.68%
South Africa 59.20%
Iran 56.17%
Algeria 52.03%
Dominican Republic 51.01%
Russia 49.07%
Peru 47.12%
Ecuador 46.74%
Guatemala 45.87%
Colombia 37.71%
China 35.68%
Brazil 28.98%
Equatorial Guinea Trade to GDP Ratio - Historical Data
Year Trade (% of GDP) Annual Change
2019 107.38% 2.87%
2018 104.51% 2.09%
2017 102.43% 9.83%
2016 92.60% -6.28%
2015 98.88% -5.50%
2014 104.38% -2.51%
2013 106.89% -9.78%
2012 116.68% 2.30%
2011 114.38% -30.29%
2010 144.67% 22.46%
2009 122.21% -6.48%
2008 128.69% -5.40%
2007 134.08% 15.55%
2006 118.53% -12.49%
2005 131.02% -12.49%