These are America’s top trading partners

U.S. trade with other nations is worth $5 trillion per year. China, Canada and Mexico are the country’s largest trading partners, accounting for nearly $2 trillion worth of imports and exports. But this trading landscape could be reshaped when Donald Trump enters the White House with promises to exit free trade deals and introduce tariffs.

Source: United States Census Bureau, Bureau of Economic Analysis, 2015; Interactive published December 7, 2016
Notes: *UK Caribbean territories refers to the British Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, Montserrat and Turks and Caicos.
**Data for the United Arab Emirates (UAE) does not include service export data, which was not available.
***Data for Ecuador does not include service import data, which was not available.