Wheat export import for the World

Wheat export import for the World. Worldwide wheat exports by country totaled an estimated US$44.8 billion in 2020, up by 22.8% for international wheat sales since 2016 when global wheat exports were valued at $36.5 billion.

Year over year, the value of global wheat exports increased by 10.7% from 2019 to 2020.

The 3 biggest wheat exporters (Russia, United States, Canada) provide almost half (45.8%) the overall value of exports for the nourishing cereal food.

From a continental perspective, European countries supplied over half of worldwide wheat exports during 2020 with shipments amounting to $25.5 billion or 56.9% of total global sales. Home to two leading wheat-shipping neighbors (Canada and United States), North American exporters furnished 28.3% worth of wheat sold on international markets.

Oceania (mostly Australia) was responsible for 6% of wheat exports by value, ahead of Latin America excluding Mexico but including the Caribbean at 5.3%. Smaller percentages came from Asia (3.3%) and Africa (0.2%).

For research purposes, the 4-digit Harmonized Tariff System code prefix is 1001 for wheat and meslin.

Wheat Exports by Country

Below are the 15 countries that exported the highest dollar value worth of wheat during 2020.

  1. Russia: US$7.9 billion (17.7% of total wheat exports)
  2. United States: $6.32 billion (14.1%)
  3. Canada: $6.3 billion (14.1%)
  4. France: $4.5 billion (10.1%)
  5. Ukraine: $3.6 billion (8%)
  6. Australia: $2.7 billion (6%)
  7. Argentina: $2.1 billion (4.7%)
  8. Germany: $2.1 billion (4.7%)
  9. Kazakhstan: $1.1 billion (2.5%)
  10. Poland: $1 billion (2.3%)
  11. Romania: $948.8 million (2.1%)
  12. Lithuania: $917.9 million (2%)
  13. Bulgaria: $698.7 million (1.6%)
  14. Latvia: $636.6 million (1.4%)
  15. Hungary: $621.1 million (1.4%)

The listed 15 countries shipped 92.7% by value of global wheat exported in 2020.

Among the top exporters, the fastest-growing wheat suppliers from 2019 to 2020 were: Poland (up 142.4%), Germany (up 66.4%), Lithuania (up 36%) and Latvia (up 32.6%).

Those countries that posted declines in their exported wheat sales were: Bulgaria (down -26.2%), Romania (down -25.4%), Argentina (down -13.6%) and Ukraine (down -1.7%).

Олег Паладьев

Паладьев Олег Николаевич – международный эксперт по вопросам глобального предпринимательства, и развитию внешнеэкономической деятельности https://wa.me/79169906144. Персональные консультации для собственников и руководителей бизнеса (стратегические сессии, коучинг, аутсорсинг). Предпринимательская практика с 1994 года.

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