Burundi import data is derived from the Burundi customs data as aforementioned. The data contains a lot of information in regards to the shipments entering the country. The information is revealed through the ‘fields’ of Burundi shipment data prepared. The major fields are - Date, Importer & Exporter Names, Origin & Destination Country, HS Code, Product Description, Unit, Weight, Quantity, Value, Port, etc. The information(s) we provide is sourced from authorized Burundian Shipping & Logistics Companies, Trade Associations, Customs Departments, Port Authorities, Government Bodies, and other authoritative links. Burundi import data availability is from January 2018 to the present as per our database.
Burundi shipment data, as aforementioned consists of different fields which reveal the information about a particular shipment entering the country. The information we get from the details of the fields is a description of the product, its quantity, weight, and total value. Importer and exporter names along with the origin and destination countries can also be seen. Look at the Burundi import data on the right and understand.
|Importer Name||*****||Exporter Name||*****|
|Origin Country||Rwanda||Destination Country||Burundi|
|HS Code Description||Of other plastics: Tubes, pipes and hoses, and fit: Tubes, pipes and hoses, rigid|
|Product Description||Hdpe Pipe|
|Unit||KGM||Customs Value TZS||10949609.94|
Major imports of Burundi in 2019 include Mineral Fuels & Oils with a share of 18.5% ($164.9 Million), Vehicles with a share of 9.9% ($80.6 Million), Pharmaceuticals with a share of 7.6% ($62.6 Million), Iron and Steel with a share of 6.2% ($55.6 Million), Cereals with a share of 5.9% ($52.6 Million), and so on, as per the trade data of Burundi.
As we can see in these stats of the Burundi import data, ‘Mineral Fuels & Oils’ is the biggest import of the country for the year 2019. We can conclude that businesses in this sector have a better chance of getting fortunes and desired outcomes. While the least imports are for ‘Fertilisers’ as per the Burundi trade data. This gives us the conclusion that businesses in this sector have to consider the liabilities and uncertainties that may come forth in operations.
Burundi import data for the year 2019 shows that the top import partner for Burundi was China with a share of 15.4% ($15.4 million total imports), Saudi Arabia with a share of 15.2% ($134.5 million total imports), India with a share of 7.9% ($70 million total imports), UAE with a share of 6.9% ($61.1 million total imports), Tanzania with a share of 5.5% ($48.7 million total imports), and so on in the given list of top importing countries for Burundi.
As per this Burundi import data, China is the biggest importing partner for Burundi. As per Burundi trade data, Burundi imported these products the most from China - iron & steel, industrial machinery, and electronics. We can have an assumption here from this part of Burundi import data that Burundi has a dependence on China for imports of these products. Hence, China stands at top of Burundi’s top import partner.