Latvia Import Data contains statistical information on goods which country imports. Our database covers 2900000+ shipment records of Latvia’s imports. It is based on Shipping Bills, Import Bills, Invoices and other import-export documents.
We collect Latvia trade statistics from Custom Departments, Shipping & Logistics Companies, Port Authorities, Trade Associations and Government Bodies. We have Latvia import data available from 2013 onwards.
Latvia import data covers a line of shipping details including Period, Import Country, Origin Country, Trade Type, HS Code, HS Code Description, State Regime, Unit, Total Value ERU, Total Value USD, Quantity KG and Sub-Quantity. See sample to understand format of Latvia import data.
|Import Country||Latvia||Origin Country||Germany|
|Trade Type||Intra Trade||HS Code||85014080|
|HS Code Description||Ac Motors, Single Phase, Of An Output Of > 750 W|
|State Regime||Normal||Unit||Number Of Items|
|Total Value ERU||965||Total Value USD||2265.23|
Electrical Machinery & Equipment (12.1%), Machinery (10.1%), Vehicles (6.5%), Mineral Fuels & Oils (6.1%), Beverages, Spirits & Vinegar (5.5%), Plastics & Articles (4.3%), Pharma Products (4.2%), Wood & Articles (3.8%), Iron & Steel (3.2%) and Articles of Iron & Steel (2.4%) were Latvia’s top 10 imports in 2020, as per Latvia import data.
Latvia trade data shows Latvia’s top 10 import products shared 58.2% to total value of imports in 2020. Below given chart contains dollar amount of Latvia’s top 10 import categories recorded in 2020.
Lithuania (USD 3.1 billion), Germany (USD 1.8 billion), Poland (USD 1.7 billion), Estonia (USD 1.5 billion), Russian Federation (USD 1.1 billion), Netherlands (USD 0.7 billion), Italy (USD 0.7 billion), China (USD 0.6 billion), Finland (USD 0.6 billion) and Sweden (USD 0.5 billion) were Latvia’s top 10 import partners in 2020.
As per Latvia shipment data, Latvia’s top 10 import partners shared 71% to total value of imports in 2020. Latvia trade data reveal value in percentile of Latvia’s top 10 import partners reported in 2020.