The principal imports are fuels and petroleum products, electricity, machinery and transport equipment, food, and miscellaneous manufactured goods. Zimbabwe’s trading partners include South Africa and other African countries, the United States, China, and some countries of the EU.
What are Zimbabwe main imports?
Top 10 Import Goods
|HS Code||Import USD$|
|(84) Industrial Machinery||$572,430,330|
|(87) Motor Vehicles & Parts||$368,864,349|
|(85) Electrical Machinery||$198,489,830|
What is Zimbabwe’s largest import?
Zimbabwe’s Top Imports in 2020:
- 2.15% ($108 million): 3102 – Mineral or chemical fertilisers, nitrogenous.
- 2.1% ($106 million): 1006 – Rice.
- 2.05% ($103 million): 8701 – Tractors (other than tractors of heading 87.09).
- 2.03% ($102 million): 1001 – Wheat and meslin.
What does Zimbabwe import and export?
Exports: The top exports of Zimbabwe are Gold ($1.72B), Raw Tobacco ($438M), Ferroalloys ($231M), Nickel Ore ($229M), and Diamonds ($221M), exporting mostly to United Arab Emirates ($1.63B), South Africa ($933M), Mozambique ($354M), China ($157M), and Belgium ($101M).
What food does Zimbabwe import?
Zimbabwe – Food imports as a share of merchandise imports
Food comprises the commodities in SITC sections 0 (food and live animals), 1 (beverages and tobacco), and 4 (animal and vegetable oils and fats) and SITC division 22 (oil seeds, oil nuts, and oil kernels).
What are the main industries in Zimbabwe?
Economy of Zimbabwe
|Main industries||mining (coal, gold, platinum, copper, nickel, tin, clay, numerous metallic and non-metallic ores), steel; wood products, cement, chemicals, fertilizer, clothing and footwear, foodstuffs, beverages, cattle, cows|
|Ease-of-doing-business rank||140th (medium, 2020)|
Who does Zimbabwe import from?
Zimbabwe imports from South Africa worth US$ 2,458 million, with a partner share of 39.28 percent. Zimbabwe imports from Singapore worth US$ 1,356 million, with a partner share of 21.66 percent. Zimbabwe imports from China worth US$ 358 million, with a partner share of 5.71 percent.
Who is Zimbabwe’s largest trading partner?
Zimbabwe top 5 Export and Import partners
|Exporter||Trade (US$ Mil)||Partner share(%)|
What does Zimbabwe import from China?
|Zimbabwe imports from China||Value||Year|
|Machinery, nuclear reactors, boilers||$138.89M||2020|
|Articles of iron or steel||$49.52M||2020|
|Electrical, electronic equipment||$49.25M||2020|
|Miscellaneous chemical products||$36.82M||2020|
Does Zimbabwe import sugar?
Imports of commodity group 1701 “Cane or beet sugar and chemically pure sucrose, in solid form.” accounted for 0.014% of total import flow to Zimbabwe (in 2020, total imports to Zimbabwe amounted to $ 5.04 billion).
Where does Zimbabwe import oil from?
In 2018, the top partner countries from which Zimbabwe Imports Fuels include Singapore, South Africa, United Kingdom, Mozambique and Zambia.
What resources is Zimbabwe known for?
Zimbabwe’s mineral resources include, amongst others, coal, chromium ore, nickel, copper, iron ore, vanadium, tin, platinum group metals (such as palladium) and diamonds. Globally it is a significant producer of lithium, chrysotile asbestos and vermiculite.
What does South Africa trade with Zimbabwe?
|South Africa exports to Zimbabwe||Value||Year|
|Machinery, nuclear reactors, boilers||$321.66M||2020|
|Mineral fuels, oils, distillation products||$203.71M||2020|
|Vehicles other than railway, tramway||$198.53M||2020|
What are the major exports of Zimbabwe?
Зимбабве/Основные статьи экспорта
How do I get an import permit in Zimbabwe?
2.0 Attach copies of the following documents:
- Certificate of incorporation.
- CR14 showing company directors.
- Tax clearance certificate.
- Copy of standard development fund levy receipt.
- Proforma invoice (for imports)
- Copy of last used import license/ZIMRA (Zimbabwe Revenue Authority) marked off import license.
What mineral products does South Africa import?
In 2020, South African importers spent the most on the following 10 subcategories of mineral fuels-related products.
- Crude oil: US$5.1 billion (down -42.4% from 2019)
- Processed petroleum oils: $3.6 billion (down -20.4%)
- Petroleum gases: $359.2 million (down -15.5%)
- Electrical energy: $239.8 million (down -7.8%)