Belgium is not among Germany’s top 10 trading partners, according to statistics released by the German office Destatis. Germany’s largest trading partner is China, followed by the Netherlands.
In 2020, trade between Germany and the Middle Empire reached 212 billion euros, while it amounted to nearly 173 billion euros between Germany and the Netherlands.
The United States remains fond of “Made in Germany” and it is with Uncle Sam that our neighbors achieve their largest trade surplus: 36 billion euros.
Trade between Belgium and Germany reached more than 80 billion euros last year, which places our country in 11th place in the ranking of Germany’s main partners, as in 2019.
The complete classification is to be found here.
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