The import industry of Hong Kong is operated by dealers who distribute one or more array of products or foreign brands. The major import partners of Hong Kong would include China which receives 46.6% of the import commodities, followed by Japan with 9.8%, Singapore and Taiwan with 6.4% and the United States with 5%. Hong Kong mainly imports food stuff, capital goods, consumer goods, raw materials and semi-manufactured items. While Hong Kong has limited natural resources, the flourishing trade allowed it to attain its needs in terms of food, raw materials and fuel. GDP also improved primarily because the country re-exports the items that it manufactures. The country’s top imports would include gold ($ 97 billion), integrated circuits ($78 billion), telephones ($35 billion) and computers ($27 billion).