The top exports of Norway are Crude Petroleum ($22.7B), Petroleum Gas ($21.6B), Non-fillet Fresh Fish ($5.24B), Refined Petroleum ($3.23B) and Raw Aluminium ($2.59B), using the 1992 revision of the HS (Harmonized System) classification. Its top imports are Cars ($5.12B), Special Purpose Ships ($2.68B), Passenger and Cargo Ships ($2.39B), Refined Petroleum ($1.79B) and Computers ($1.52B).
The top export destinations of Norway are the United Kingdom ($17.5B), Germany ($13.3B), Sweden ($8.21B), the Netherlands ($7.2B) and France ($6.37B). The top import origins are Sweden ($9.3B), Germany ($8.96B), China ($7.77B), the United States ($4.43B) and the United Kingdom ($4.32B).
Norway belongs to the leading group of the richest countries in the world measured by GDP per capita. Norwegian public finances are boosted by significant revenues from the petroleum sector. Traditional economic activities are shipping (fourth largest fleet in the world), fisheries and fish farming