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Antigua and Barbuda, as islands, are dependent on shipping in vital supplies, and are therefore a net importer of goods and services. It net imports accounted for 11% of GDP (2005). The average ad valorem tariff for imported goods is 9.7% (2008). The primary export goods include petroleum products, bedding, handicrafts, electronic components, transport equipment, food and live animals; whilst the primary import goods include food and live animals, machinery and transport equipment, manufactures, chemicals and oil. Its main trading partners are the USA, the UK, Canada, China and other CARICOM countries.