In 2019, Singapore major trading partner countries for exports were China, Hong Kong, China, Malaysia, United States and Indonesia and for imports they were China, United States, Malaysia, Other Asia, nes and Japan.
Which country does Singapore import from?
Top 10 Import Countries
How many countries do Singapore import food from?
In 2019, the top partner countries from which Singapore Imports Food Products include France, Malaysia, China, United Kingdom and Indonesia.
Which country does Singapore import most from?
The most common import partners for Singapore are China ($52.4B), Malaysia ($36.2B), United States ($28.4B), Chinese Taipei ($22.9B), and Japan ($17B).
What does Singapore import from other countries?
Singapore’s imports include machinery and equipment, mineral fuels, chemicals, foodstuffs and consumer goods. It’s exports include machinery and equipment (including electronics and telecommunications), pharmaceuticals and other chemicals and refined petroleum products.
Does Singapore import all of its food?
Singapore’s Food Supply
With little farming land, Singapore imports over 90% of the food consumed in the country. The food at our local markets mainly comes from overseas. In 2018, our local farms produce only a small amount of food that we eat in Singapore: 13% of all the vegetables.
Why does Singapore import most of its food?
Although Singapore manufactures food products for exports to the neighboring countries, most of the ingredients have to be imported. In an attempt to diversify exports the government promotes import, improvement and re-export of many food products to other Asian markets.