Copper remains Chile's largest commodity export (28%), and the country has the highest percentage of the world export market of that mineral (16%). Other significant exports include wood pulp and waste paper (6.1%), fruit and nuts (6.5%), and fish (6.5%). Chile claims 7.2% of the world's wood chip exports.
In 2000 Chile's imports were distributed among the following categories:
Principal trading partners in 2000 (in millions of US dollars) were as follows:
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