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Nepal’s top 10 imports and exports in terms of monetary value: Here are the lists

File: Trucks importing various goods at Birgunj customs point
File: Trucks importing various goods at Birgunj customs point

Kathmandu, July 25

The fiscal year 2021/22 saw the biggest imports and exports in Nepal in terms of monetary value, according to the Department of Customs.

In the recently concluded fiscal year, Nepal imported goods worth Rs 1.92 trillion whereas it was able to export goods worth as little as Rs 200.03 billion.

So, what are Nepal’s imports and exports?

Here are the lists of the 10 biggest imports and exports in terms of their monetary value as recorded in the fiscal year 2021/22, according to the Department of Customs.

Imports

SNGoodsQuantityWorth
1Diesel1.75 billion litresRs 100.68 billion
2Petrol738.53 million litresRs 71.38 billion
3Cooking gas535.8 million kgRs 65.55 billion
4Crude soya bean oil332.9 million litresRs 56.18 billion
5Iron and steels665.65 million kgRs 51.29 billion
6Crude palm oil276.62 million litresRs 39.31 billion
7Telephone equipment558.65 unitsRs 38.06 billion
8Coal740 million kgRs 35.95 billion
9Gold5,053 kgRs 35.61 billion
10Vaccines277,797 kgRs 32 billion

Exports

SNGoodsQuantityWorth
1Soya bean oil195.4 million litresRs 48.12 billion
2Unrefined palm oil128.68 million litresRs 25.85 billion
3Refined palm oil70 million litresRs 15.20 billion
4Carpet and textile494,867 square mitresRs 9.56 billion
5Jute111.67 million square mitresRs 5.66 billion
6Cardamom5.36 million kgRs 4.81 billion
7Felt2.04 million kgRs 4.68 billion
8Refined sunflower oil22.42 million litresRs 4.51 billion
9Fruit juice61.45 million litresRs 4.48 billion
10Yarn12.65 million kgRs 436.99 billion

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