Cloves represent the most important exports of the Comoros in 2015, accounting for 56.8% of total exports, followed by essential oils which accounted for 17% of the total, then vanilla and charcoal, and exports to the following countries: France by 25.6%, and South Korea 15 %, Germany 11.8%, Singapore 4.4%, Russia 4.2%, Mauritius 4.1%, and it is indicated that Comoros exports in that year reached 39.1 million dollars, which made it ranked 192 in terms of the most exporting countries in the world, and in 2016 its exports reached 17.9 million dollars, and in 2020 it amounted to 18.4 million dollars.
Dried vegetables represent 23.7% of the total imports of Comoros, followed by furniture and furnishings with 11.1%. In general, Comoros imports rice, some foodstuffs, consumer goods, oil products, cement, building materials, and transportation equipment, and the total of what it imported The islands in the year 2015 AD amounted to 365 million dollars, which made them ranked 186th in terms of the most importing countries in the world, but in 2016, the total import amounted to 189 million dollars and 194.8 million dollars in the year 2020AD.Read:The best tourist places in the world
Comoros is one of the poorest countries in the world, and its economy depends on subsistence farming and fishing. Since its independence in 1975 AD, the European Union, especially France, provided it with economic support, as well as Japan, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, and the crops cultivated by the Comoros are: corn, And cassava, sweet potatoes, bananas, cheese, coffee, cloves, cocoa and others, and chickens, goats, cows, and sheep are raised, and it is indicated that forests contributed somewhat to the total agricultural production, but the number of forest areas decreased significantly due to the lack of land P Weapons for agriculture, production of flower ylang ylang (in English: Ylang Ylang).Read:Learn about the most famous 10 hotels in America