Trading Partner Portal: Estonia
Estonia is a country in Northern Europe with a population of 1.3 million, which makes it one of the least-populous member states of the European Union. Estonia is a developed country with an advanced high-income economy that has been among the fastest growing in the EU. Estonia has been involved in an active trilateral Baltic states cooperation with Latvia and Lithuania, as well as a Nordic-Baltic cooperation with the Nordic countries, and is a member of the Nordic-Baltic Eight.
The U.S. exported $273.9 million to Estonia in 2017. $56.4 million and 20.6% of which was made up of computer and electronic products. This was followed by $39.5 million of non-electrical machinery, $34.8 million of agricultural products, and $34 million of transportation equipment. The U.S. imported $604 million worth of products from Estonia in 2017. 50.8% of imports were computer and electronic products, followed by electrical equipment, appliances and components at 7% and non-electrical machinery and petroleum and coal products at 6% each. (U.S. Department of Commerce)
California exports to Estonia totaled $54.6 million in 2017. Agricultural products made up almost 55% of the total, followed by computer and electronic products at 30%. Chemicals, transportation equipment, and non-electrical machinery all accounted for over $1 million of exports, as well. California imported $18 million of products from Estonia in 2017. Computer and electronic products made up over 20% of the total, followed by electrical equipment and miscellaneous manufactured commodities, each at about 15%. (U.S. Department of Commerce)