Argentina’s exports fell by 11% in the first half of 2020 from the previous year. In the first semester 2020, exports totalled USD 27.388 billion. The quantity of exports slumped 6.3%, while prices dropped 5%, according to official data. In June, exports totalled USD 4.786 billion (a fall of 8.6% compared to June 2019). Among its main trading partners, exports grew only to China, reaching USD 2.856 billion (+20.6% more than in the first half of 2019); Vietnam, with USD 1.552 billion (+6.9%); and India, with USD 1.171 billion (+9.1%). Meanwhile, exports to Brazil fell by 31.7% on the previous year, reaching USD 3.514 billion, and to the U.S. by 22.6%, totalling USD 1.558 billion. The best performing sectors were oilseeds, cereals, dairy and meat products. Imports in the first half of the year totalled USD 19.291 billion, a fall by 23.3% compared to the first semester of 2019. Commercial exchange over the same period decreased by 16.6% reaching USD 46.679 billion. Argentina's trade balance registered a surplus of USD 8.097 billion.