The following Top 10 nations have the highest global trade percentages for year 2007.

  1. Singapore 244.3% driven by international trade (US$554.7 billion divided by of $227.1 billion)
  2. Malaysia 87.3% driven by international trade ($315.5 billion divided by $361.2 billion)
  3. Maldives 69.1% driven by international trade ($1.1 billion divided by $1.6 billion)
  4. Taiwan 66.1% driven by international trade ($461.6 billion divided by $698.6 billion)
  5. Papua New Guinea 60.7% driven by international trade ($7.3 billion divided by $12.1 billion)
  6. South Korea 60.4% driven by international trade ($728.6 billion divided by $1.3 trillion)
  7. Thailand 53% driven by international trade ($276.3 billion divided by $521.5 billion)
  8. Vietnam 48.6% driven by international trade ($107.5 billion divided by $221.1 billion)
  9. Kazakhstan 48.5% driven by international trade ($81.6 billion divided by $168.2 billion)
  10. Mongolia 46.9% driven by international trade ($4 billion divided by $8.5 billion).