|Rank||Thai Export Product||2020 Value (US$)|
|2||Computers, optical readers||$11,692,037,000|
What is the main export in Thailand?
Thailand is an export oriented economy with exports accounting for around 65 percent of the GDP. The country mainly exports manufactured goods (86 percent of total shipments) with electronics (14 percent, vehicles (13 percent), machinery and equipment (7.5 percent) and foodstuffs (7.5 percent) being the most important.
What is the biggest product in Thailand?
Rice is the major crop grown and Thailand is the world’s biggest rice exporter. Other crops grown in the country include: rubber, sugarcane, cassava, fruit, cashew nuts, corn, tobacco, cotton, cocoa, peanuts, soybeans, medical plants, dairy, and fishery products.
What is the #1 export?
Soybeans were the number one product in this category, with sales of $22 billion, followed by meat and poultry at $18 billion. Crude oil, fuel and other petroleum products: $109 billion.
What is Thailand’s biggest import?
Imports The top imports of Thailand are Crude Petroleum ($18.3B), Integrated Circuits ($8.5B), Petroleum Gas ($7.09B), Vehicle Parts ($6.15B), and Gold ($5.12B), importing mostly from China ($45.7B), Japan ($28.9B), United States ($13.7B), Malaysia ($13B), and Singapore ($9.03B).
Who is the richest man in Thailand?
The top 10 richest in Thailand are:
- Chirathivat Family; $11.6 billion.
- Sarath Ratanavadi; $8.9 billion.
- Osathanugrah Family; $3.5 billion.
- Somphote Ahunai; $3.3 billion.
- Prasert Prasarttong-Osoth; $3.25 billion.
- Prachak Tangkaravakoon; $3.2 billion.
- Chuchat Petaumpai & Daonapa Petampai; $3 billion.
Is Thailand richer than India?
India has a GDP per capita of $7,200 as of 2017, while in Thailand, the GDP per capita is $17,900 as of 2017.
What religion is in Thailand?
Religions by region
|Religion in Thailand (2015)|
Which country exports the most?
Top Export Countries
|Rank||Country||2020 Export Sales (US$)|