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Economy, Foreign Trade

mineral fuels, iron ore, cacao, diamonds, Imports

The main exports of Liberia traditionally were iron ore, rubber, wood, diamonds, cacao, coffee, and palm kernels. Imports typically included mineral fuels, machinery, metals, foodstuffs, and textiles. Principal trading partners for exports were Belgium and Luxembourg (which constitute a single trading entity), Singapore, Ukraine, Norway, Malaysia, and The Netherlands. Leading sources for imports were South Korea, Japan, and France. War disrupted most trade with Liberia; in 2000 exports earned the country only $470 million while imports were valued at $500 million.



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