Lithuania Trade to GDP Ratio 1995-2022

Trade is the sum of exports and imports of goods and services measured as a share of gross domestic product.
  • Lithuania trade to gdp ratio for 2020 was 138.50%, a 11.16% decline from 2019.
  • Lithuania trade to gdp ratio for 2019 was 149.66%, a 1.02% increase from 2018.
  • Lithuania trade to gdp ratio for 2018 was 148.64%, a 3.77% increase from 2017.
  • Lithuania trade to gdp ratio for 2017 was 144.87%, a 10.42% increase from 2016.
Data Source: World Bank

MLA Citation:
Similar Country Ranking
Country Name Trade (% of GDP)
Luxembourg 390.33%
Hong Kong 351.66%
Singapore 320.56%
Malta 271.55%
Ireland 225.31%
Seychelles 188.58%
Slovak Republic 170.61%
Belgium 160.71%
Hungary 157.17%
Slovenia 147.54%
Netherlands 147.14%
Cyprus 141.52%
Estonia 139.50%
Lithuania 138.50%
Czech Republic 136.09%
Macao 126.68%
Latvia 119.40%
Switzerland 116.02%
Brunei 110.20%
Poland 104.50%
Denmark 102.20%
Austria 101.47%
Croatia 90.55%
Antigua and Barbuda 88.63%
Sweden 84.08%
Germany 81.81%
Portugal 75.37%
Finland 71.34%
Greece 71.33%
South Korea 70.08%
Iceland 68.80%
Norway 65.30%
Canada 59.97%
Spain 59.77%
France 58.30%
Chile 57.84%
Italy 55.32%
United Kingdom 55.09%
Israel 52.31%
Saudi Arabia 50.60%
Uruguay 46.37%
Australia 43.98%
Argentina 30.50%
Lithuania Trade to GDP Ratio - Historical Data
Year Trade (% of GDP) Annual Change
2020 138.50% -11.16%
2019 149.66% 1.02%
2018 148.64% 3.77%
2017 144.87% 10.42%
2016 134.45% -4.10%
2015 138.55% -4.17%
2014 142.72% -13.17%
2013 155.89% 0.04%
2012 155.84% 7.40%
2011 148.45% 18.56%
2010 129.89% 24.55%
2009 105.34% -21.51%
2008 126.85% 10.46%
2007 116.39% -7.95%
2006 124.34% 6.85%
2005 117.48% 12.88%
2004 104.60% 6.37%
2003 98.23% -2.26%
2002 100.49% 6.82%
2001 93.67% 10.29%
2000 83.38% 8.56%
1999 74.82% -14.84%
1998 89.66% -10.37%
1997 100.03% 6.82%
1996 93.20% 8.25%
1995 84.96% 8.25%