Suriname Trade to GDP Ratio 2006-2022

Trade is the sum of exports and imports of goods and services measured as a share of gross domestic product.
  • Suriname trade to gdp ratio for 2010 was 90.96%, a 3.04% increase from 2009.
  • Suriname trade to gdp ratio for 2009 was 87.92%, a 21.25% decline from 2008.
  • Suriname trade to gdp ratio for 2008 was 109.17%, a 7.79% increase from 2007.
  • Suriname trade to gdp ratio for 2007 was 101.38%, a 3.21% increase from 2006.
Data Source: World Bank

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Country Name Trade (% of GDP)
Malaysia 157.94%
American Samoa 157.94%
Marshall Islands 148.72%
Equatorial Guinea 144.67%
Thailand 127.25%
Fiji 121.23%
Belize 116.79%
Belarus 115.92%
Jordan 114.22%
Mauritius 113.46%
Namibia 108.07%
Bulgaria 103.41%
Nauru 100.00%
Montenegro 99.78%
Libya 98.08%
North Macedonia 97.88%
Turkmenistan 96.86%
Lebanon 95.10%
Botswana 94.90%
Suriname 90.96%
Gabon 89.16%
Dominica 89.13%
Paraguay 81.26%
Bosnia 80.97%
Jamaica 80.92%
Samoa 80.59%
Serbia 76.73%
Albania 76.54%
Azerbaijan 74.99%
Kazakhstan 74.14%
Iraq 73.50%
Tonga 73.19%
Romania 71.40%
Algeria 69.87%
Costa Rica 67.51%
Armenia 64.64%
Guatemala 63.13%
Mexico 60.76%
Ecuador 60.30%
Dominican Republic 56.00%
Peru 51.67%
China 50.72%
South Africa 50.41%
Russia 50.36%
Turkey 46.69%
Venezuela 46.14%
Iran 43.77%
Cuba 40.29%
Colombia 34.26%
Brazil 22.77%
Suriname Trade to GDP Ratio - Historical Data
Year Trade (% of GDP) Annual Change
2010 90.96% 3.04%
2009 87.92% -21.25%
2008 109.17% 7.79%
2007 101.38% 3.21%
2006 98.17% 3.21%