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principal partners, raw cotton, Major exports, metal products, Mali

Like many developing nations, Burkina Faso imports far more than it exports. Imports consist of food, petroleum, textiles, iron, steel, metal products, vehicles, electrical equipment, and machinery. Major exports include raw cotton, gold, and livestock products. In 2000 imports were valued at $545 million, and exports totaled $228 million. Major trading partners for exports include France, Taiwan, Cote d’Ivoire, Mali, and Japan; principal partners for imports are France, Japan, Cote d’Ivoire, Nigeria, China, and the United States.



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