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Due to rigourous natural condition, limited natural resources and a limited range of small industrial sectors, Iceland has to maintain a rather high level of import to meet domestic consumption and supply industrial production, in spite of its small population. 

Leading import items to Iceland include industrial supplies, captial goods, transport equipment and various consumer goods, among a wide range of variety.

In recent years, with steady economic recovery and inflow of investment projects, import to Iceland has been growing fast. The total value of imports of goods in the year 2019 was ISK 26.9 billion lower (3.4%) than in 2018, at current rates of exchange. The imports of transport equipment and fuels decreased while the imports of capital goods and food and beverages increased.


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The traditional suppliers for Iceland are mainly the developed countries on both side of the Atlantic, including Norway, Germany, UK, Sweden, Denmark and US. 

China has been the biggest supplier in Asia for over one decade. The steady economic development in both countries promoted the continuous growth in bilateral trade. In 2018, China became its 2nd biggest supplier in the world for the first time, with the delivery of fish vessels and aluminium oxide.

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