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Imports of goods and services to Fiji amounted to around $1.8 billion in 2009, whilst exports of these reached $1.3 billion that year. As a result, Fiji is currently running a trade deficit of around $0.5 billion (2010), although this is substantially lower than the peak deficit of almost $2 billion in 2008. As of 2009, the country’s main export markets are the United States, Australia and the United Kingdom; imports are mainly from Singapore, Australia and New Zealand. Import duties for goods bound for Fiji range from 0-32%. Raw materials and pharmaceuticals have no duties; luxury items have a 15% duty; and specific finished goods and protective items receive a 32% duty.