The Economic Complexity Index (ECI) ranked Qatar as the 37th largest export economy in the world and 83rd in terms of the economic complexity. The major exports of Qatar are petroleum gas ($55 billion), crude petroleum ($37 billion), ethylene polymers ($3 billion) and nitrogenous fertilizers ($1.56 billion). Among these export items, petroleum gas represent almost 50% of the total exports while crude petroleum accounts for about 34%.
Qatar’s export commodities are brought to its trading partners such as Japan ($33 billion), South Korea ($24 billion), India ($14 billion), China ($7.8 billion) and Singapore ($7.1 billion).
|Official Name (Local Language)||Dawlat Qatar||Capital||Doha||Population||2,258,283||Currency||Qatari Rial||GDP||$156.6 billion||Languages||Arabic||Telephone Dial In||974|
% Partner Share
United Arab Emirates
Natural gas, liquefied
Petroleum oils and oils obtained from bituminou
Petroleum oils, etc, (excl. crude); preparation
Crude or unrefined sulphur
Mixed alkylbenzenes, nes
Transportation Travel Communications services Government services Insurance services Cultural and recreational services
The country also serves as a hub for import commodities coming from the United States ($2.6 billion), China ($2.4 billion), the United Kingdom ($2 billion), Germany (around $2 billion) and the United Arab Emirates ($2 billion).
Qatar heavily imports cars ($2.6 billion), gas turbines (around $920 million), aircraft parts ($823 million), special purpose ships ($720 million) and iron ore ($660 million). Cars represent about 9% of the total imports then it is followed by gas turbines which comprises 3.4%.
Qatar Central Bank