Imports and Exports of Goods and Services for South Sudan (% GDP)
Updated on February 12, 2022.

In 2015, South Sudan received from exports of goods and services, the equivalent of 36.65% of its gross domestic product (GDP), a decrease of 1.74 points compared to 2014; and spent on imports of goods and services, the equivalent of 28.9% of its GDP, an increase of 2.66 points compared to 2014.

The World Bank defines exports of goods and services as "the value of all goods and other market services provided to the rest of the world" , and defines imports of goods and services as "the value of all goods and other market services received from the rest of the world".

The interactive chart and table below shows the imports and exports of goods and services of South Sudan as a percentage of GDP for 2008-2015.

See also: Imports and Exports of South Sudan in Current US$.

Data Source: World Bank.
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Year Imports (% GDP) Exports (% GDP)
2008 31.24 66.03
2009 34.52 60.31
2010 29.51 61.43
2011 27.15 66.08
2012 28.79 42.83
2013 41.07 9.74
2014 26.24 38.39
2015 28.9 36.65