Individual ASEAN member states’ trade relations with the EU differ considerably. In 2015, within ASEAN, Singapore, Thailand, Malaysia and Indonesia were the EU’s main goods exports partners, accounting together for approximately 80 % of total EU exports, while Myanmar/Burma, Brunei, Cambodia and Laos together represented only 2.2 %. Regarding goods imports to the EU, the largest ASEAN sources were Vietnam, Malaysia, Thailand and Singapore, accounting together for around 77 %. Again, Myanmar/Burma, Brunei, Cambodia and Laos represented only 4.2 % of the total.
Making up almost a third of EU-ASEAN trade in goods and services, and approximately two thirds of investments between the two blocks, Singapore is the EU’s largest trading partner within ASEAN.