Search for Posts and Maps

Monday, December 4, 2017

Thailand Exports


According to National Geographic MapMaker (mapmaker.nationalgeographic.org) and MIT's Observatory of Economic Complexity (atlas.media.mit.edu), the following items are major exports of THAILAND: animal food, animal hides, automobiles (especially delivery trucks) and parts, baked goods, beverages, cassava, chemicals, clothing and textiles, coconuts, computer parts, construction materials, corn (maize), costume jewelry, electric appliances, electronics, equipment and machinery, flavored water, fluorite, footwear, furniture, gemstones, gypsum, integrated circuits, iron structures, jewelry, LCD screens, lead, lignite, meat, natural gas, paper, pearls, plastic, platinum, rice, rubber, sauce, scrap metal, seafood, seasonings and spices, silver, soybeans, sugarcane, tantalum, telephones, tin, tires, tobacco, toys, tree nuts, tropical fruit, tungsten, and wood. According to February 2017 statistics from the International Monetary Fund (data.imf.org), countries and territories buying and importing most of those exports include China (top importer), United States, Japan, Hong Kong, Vietnam, Malaysia, Australia, Singapore, Cambodia, Indonesia, the Philippines, the United Kingdom, India, Laos, Myanmar, the Netherlands, South Korea, Germany, Taiwan, and the United Arab Emirates.

Rounded flag of Thailand

Tanzania Exports


According to National Geographic MapMaker (mapmaker.nationalgeographic.org) and MIT's Observatory of Economic Complexity (atlas.media.mit.edu), the following items are major exports of TANZANIA: bananas, beauty products, beverages, Brazil nuts, cashews, cassava, cement, cigarettes, clothing and textiles, cloves, coal, coconuts, coffee, corn (maize), cotton, diamonds and other gemstones, engines, essential oil, fertilizer (especially pyrethrum), footwear, furniture, gently used clothing, glass bottles, gold, iron ore, natural gas, nickel, pesticides, phosphates, plaster items, plastic housewares, refined petroleum (small amounts), salt, seafood, sisal, soap, soda ash, tea, textile fibers, tin, tobacco, wheat, and wood products. According to February 2017 statistics from the International Monetary Fund (data.imf.org), countries and territories buying and importing most of those exports include India (top importer), China, South Africa, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Kenya, Switzerland, Belgium, Japan, Comoros, Vietnam, Zambia, Uganda, the United Arab Emirates, Burundi, Italy, the United States, the Netherlands, Germany, France, Hong Kong, Malawi, Australia, Russia, and Mozambique.

Rounded flag of Tanzania

Tajikistan Exports


According to National Geographic MapMaker (mapmaker.nationalgeographic.org) and MIT's Observatory of Economic Complexity (atlas.media.mit.edu), the following items are major exports of TAJIKISTAN: aluminum, animal hides, antimony, automobile parts, beans, chemicals, chocolate, clothing and textiles, computers, copper ore, costume jewelry, cotton, delivery trucks, dried fruit, fish fillets, gemstones, gold, grain (especially rice), grapes, hydroelectric power to neighboring countries, lead ore, lignite, livestock, mercury, onions, peat, processed fruit and nuts, processed seafood, sugar beets, tungsten, uranium, utility meters, vegetable oil, and zinc ore. According to February 2017 statistics from the International Monetary Fund (data.imf.org), countries and territories buying and importing most of those exports include Russia (top importer), China, Turkey, Algeria, Iran, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Kazakhstan, Lithuania, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, Italy, Belarus, Kyrgyzstan, Chile, the United Arab Emirates, Moldova, Switzerland, Germany, the United Kingdom, Iraq, and Mongolia.

Rounded flag of Tajikistan

Monday, November 20, 2017

Parishes of Jamaica — Map and Info



Click on the map image above to enlarge it in a pop-up lightbox window.

With about 200 kilometers of seawater separating this it from Cuba and Haiti, JAMAICA is an emerald-green island in the northwest Caribbean Sea. Regarding administrative divisions of its land, Jamaica is comprised of fourteen (14) parishes: Clarendon, Hanover, Kingston, Manchester, Portland, Saint Andrew, Saint Ann, Saint Catherine, Saint Elizabeth, Saint James, Saint Mary, Saint Thomas, Trelawny, and Westmoreland. Below are the parishes' first-order administrative capital cities:

Clarendon — May Pen
Hanover — Lucea
Kingston — Kingston (national capital)
Manchester — Mandeville
Portland — Port Antonio
Saint Andrew — Half-Way-Tree
Saint Ann — Saint Ann's Bay
Saint Catherine — Spanish Town
Saint Elizabeth — Black River
Saint James — Montego Bay
Saint Mary — Port Maria
Saint Thomas — Morant Bay
Trelawny — Falmouth
Westmoreland — Savanna-la-Mar

Monday, November 13, 2017

Syria Exports


According to National Geographic MapMaker (mapmaker.nationalgeographic.org) and MIT's Observatory of Economic Complexity (atlas.media.mit.edu), the following items are major exports of SYRIA: aluminum, animal hides, apples, asphalt, baked goods, barley, beverages, cement, chickpeas, citrus and tropical fruit, cleaning products, clothing and textiles, confectionery sugar, cotton, dairy products, dried legumes, fertilizer, footwear, gravel, gypsum, iron ore and products, jam and jelly, lentils, livestock, marble, meat, nuts, oilseeds, olive oil, olives, packaged food, pears, perfume plants, petroleum and petroleum products, phosphates, refined copper, salt, spices, sugar beets, tobacco, wheat, and wool. According to the International Monetary Fund (data.imf.org), countries and territories buying and importing most of those exports (February 2017 statistics) include Lebanon (top importer), Turkey, China, Iraq, Tunisia, Spain, Sudan, Germany, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Aruba, Egypt, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, India, France, Italy, Kuwait, Algeria, and Libya.

Rounded flag of Syria

Switzerland Exports


According to National Geographic MapMaker (mapmaker.nationalgeographic.org) and MIT's Observatory of Economic Complexity (atlas.media.mit.edu), the following items are major exports of SWITZERLAND: aircraft and automobile parts, aluminum and iron products, animal food, automobiles, baked goods, beverages, blood transfusions, chemical analysis instruments, chemicals and other lab supplies, chocolate, clocks, coffee, confectionary sugar, cut diamonds and other gemstones, electric transformers, equipment and machinery, gas turbines, gold, interchangeable tool parts, jewelry, knives, low-voltage protection equipment, machinery, malt extract, measuring instruments, medical devices and supplies, nuts, pharmaceuticals, plastic products, precision instruments, rolled tobacco, sauce, scrap copper, seasonings, seeds, silver, surveying equipment, tea, valves, vegetable sap, wheat flour, and wristwatches. According to the International Monetary Fund (data.imf.org), countries and territories buying and importing most of those exports (February 2017 statistics) include Germany (top importer), the United States, China, India, Italy, France, the United Kingdom, Hong Kong, Austria, Japan, Belgium, Singapore, Spain, the Netherlands, the United Arab Emirates, Canada, South Korea, Thailand, Australia, and Poland.

Rounded flag of Switzerland

Sweden Exports


According to National Geographic MapMaker (mapmaker.nationalgeographic.org) and MIT's Observatory of Economic Complexity (atlas.media.mit.edu), the following items are major exports of SWEDEN: automobiles and parts, baked goods, barley, beverages, chemicals, chocolate, coffee, combustion engines, copper, dairy products, equipment and machinery, feldspar, frozen fruit and nuts, frozen vegetables, furniture, gold, high-tech manufactured goods, iron and steel products, iron ore, malt, margarine, meat, medical devices and supplies, oats, packaged food, paper products, petroleum, pharmaceuticals, seafood, seeds, silver, sugar beets, suits, telephones, tungsten, vegetable oil, wheat, wood, and zinc. According to the International Monetary Fund (data.imf.org), countries and territories buying and importing most of those exports (February 2017 statistics) include Germany (top importer), Norway, Denmark, the United States, Finland, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Belgium, China, France, Poland, Italy, Spain, Japan, Russia, Switzerland, Australia, Turkey, Austria, and Canada.

Rounded flag of Sweden

Swaziland Exports


According to National Geographic MapMaker (mapmaker.nationalgeographic.org), the following items are major exports of SWAZILAND: canned fruit and other packaged food, cassiterite, citrus fruit, clay, clothing and textiles, coal, corn (maize), cotton yarn, diamonds and gold (small amounts), gravel, pineapples, refrigerators, rice, soft drink concentrates, sorghum, sugar, talc, tobacco, and wood pulp. According to the International Monetary Fund (data.imf.org), countries and territories buying and importing most of those exports (February 2017 statistics) include South Africa (top importer), Namibia, Italy, Mozambique, El Salvador, the United Arab Emirates, Botswana, Chile, Lesotho, Sri Lanka, Zambia, South Korea, Cambodia, Thailand, Dominican Republic, Guyana, Switzerland, Guinea, Barbados, and Colombia.

Rounded flag of Swaziland

Suriname Exports


According to National Geographic MapMaker (mapmaker.nationalgeographic.org), the following items are major exports of SURINAME: aluminum, bananas, bauxite, coconuts, copper, gold, iron ore, kaolin, lumber, meat, nickel (small amounts), packaged food, palm kernels, peanuts, petroleum, plantains, platinum, rice, and seafood. According to the International Monetary Fund (data.imf.org), countries and territories buying and importing most of those exports (February 2017 statistics) include Switzerland (top importer), the United Arab Emirates, Guyana, Belgium, Trinidad and Tobago, the United States, Jamaica, Barbados, Singapore, China, the Netherlands, Brazil, Venezuela, India, Montenegro, Peru, Aruba, Panama, Seychelles, Malta, and Haiti.

Rounded flag of Suriname

Tuesday, October 31, 2017

Sudan Exports


According to National Geographic MapMaker (mapmaker.nationalgeographic.org), the following items are major exports of SUDAN: bananas, chromium, copper, cotton, edible oil, footwear, gold, groundnuts (especially peanuts), gum arabic, iron (small amounts), livestock, mangoes, mica, papaya, petroleum and petroleum products, sesame seeds, silver, soap, sugarcane, sweet potatoes, tapioca, tungsten, and zinc. According to the International Monetary Fund (data.imf.org), countries and territories buying and importing most of those exports (February 2017 statistics) include the United Arab Emirates (top importer), Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, India, Ethiopia, Pakistan, France, Syria, Jordan, Singapore, Italy, Lebanon, Indonesia, Qatar, Kuwait, Iraq, Tunisia, Greece, and Denmark.

Happy Halloween!

Rounded flag of Sudan

Sri Lanka Exports


According to National Geographic MapMaker (mapmaker.nationalgeographic.org), the following items are major exports of SRI LANKA: animal hides, clay, clothing and textiles, coconuts and coconut products, construction materials, electronic components, gemstones, graphite, limestone, mineral sand, oilseeds, phosphate, pulses, rice, rubber and rubber products, seafood, spices, sugarcane, tea, telecommunications equipment, tobacco, and tropical fruit. Prominent gemstones for export across the globe include chrysoberyl, corundums, emeralds, garnets, rubies, sapphires, and spinels. According to the International Monetary Fund (data.imf.org), countries and territories buying and importing most of those exports (February 2017 statistics) include India (top importer), the United Kingdom, Germany, Italy, Belgium, the United Arab Emirates, China, the Netherlands, Japan, Singapore, Iran, Hong Kong, France, Canada, Turkey, Russia, Australia, Bangladesh, Mexico, Switzerland, Vietnam, and the Maldives.

Happy Halloween!

Rounded flag of Sri Lanka

Spain Exports


According to National Geographic MapMaker (mapmaker.nationalgeographic.org), the following items are major exports of SPAIN: automobiles, beverages (especially wine), chemicals, citrus fruit, clothing and textiles, coal, consumer goods, copper, dairy products, fluorspar, footwear, grain, grapes, iron ore, kaolin, machine tools, machinery, magnesite, meat, medical devices, medical supplies, medicine and pharmaceuticals, metal products, olives, packaged food, potash, pyrites, refractory materials, seafood, sepiolite, ships, tungsten, and zinc. According to the International Monetary Fund (data.imf.org), countries and territories buying and importing most of those exports (February 2017 statistics) include France (top importer), Germany, Italy, the United Kingdom, Portugal, the United States, the Netherlands, Belgium, Morocco, Poland, China, Turkey, Switzerland, Mexico, Romania, Austria, Sweden, Brazil, Algeria, and Czech Republic.

Happy Halloween!

Rounded flag of Spain

Thursday, October 26, 2017

South Sudan Exports


According to National Geographic MapMaker (mapmaker.nationalgeographic.org) and MIT's Observatory of Economic Complexity, the following items are major exports of SOUTH SUDAN: acacia gum (gum arabic), aircraft and automobile parts, animal hides, automobile parts, bananas, beans, cassava, charcoal, coffee, corn (maize), cotton, dried legumes, insect resins, low-voltage protection equipment, mangoes, millet, papaya, peanuts, petroleum (small amounts), recreational boats, rice, scrap iron, sesame and sunflower seeds (and other oilseeds), shaped wood, sorghum, sugarcane, sweet potatoes, telephones, and wheat. According to the International Monetary Fund (February 2017) and OEC (2015), countries and territories buying and importing most of those exports include Algeria, China, Denmark, Ethiopia, Germany, Latvia, Pakistan, Rwanda, Saudi Arabia, Uganda, and Ukraine.

Rounded flag of South Sudan

South Africa Exports


According to National Geographic MapMaker (mapmaker.nationalgeographic.org) and MIT's Observatory of Economic Complexity (OEC), the following items are major exports of SOUTH AFRICA: animal food, antimony, apples, automobiles, beverages (especially juice and wine), centrifuges, cereal, chromium, citrus fruit, clothing and textiles, coal, copper, corn (maize), dairy products, diamonds, equipment and machinery, fertilizer, furniture, gemstones, gold, grapes, iron, jewelry, manganese, meat, natural gas, nickel, nuts, packaged food, pears, phosphates, pitted fruit (e.g. nectarines and peaches), platinum, rare earth elements, rolled tobacco, salt, steel, sugarcane, tin, vanadium, wheat, and wood pulp. According to the International Monetary Fund (data.imf.org), countries and territories buying and importing most of those exports (February 2017 statistics) include China (top importer), Germany, the United States, Japan, India, Mozambique, Namibia, Botswana, the United Kingdom, Belgium, South Korea, the Netherlands, Zambia, Zimbabwe, the United Arab Emirates, Hong Kong, Spain, Lesotho, Swaziland, Italy, Kenya, Taiwan, Australia, Angola, and France.

Rounded flag of South Africa

Somalia Exports


According to National Geographic MapMaker (mapmaker.nationalgeographic.org) and MIT's Observatory of Economic Complexity (OEC), the following items are major exports of SOMALIA: animal hides, bananas, bauxite, beans, charcoal, citrus fruit, clothing and textiles, coconuts, copper, corn (maize), gypsum, insect resins, integrated circuits, livestock, natural gas, oilseeds, refined sugar, rice, salt, scrap metal, scrap vessels, seafood, sesame seeds, soap, sorghum, telecommunications devices, and tin. According to the International Monetary Fund (data.imf.org), countries and territories buying and importing most of those exports (February 2017 statistics) include Oman (top importer), Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Nigeria, Yemen, China, Djibouti, Pakistan, Japan, India, France, Bahrain, Hong Kong, South Korea, Côte d'Ivoire, Tunisia, Egypt, Ethiopia, Kenya, Jordan, and Sudan.

Rounded flag of Somalia

Solomon Islands Exports


According to National Geographic MapMaker (mapmaker.nationalgeographic.org), the following items are major exports of the SOLOMON ISLANDS: bauxite, cocoa, coconuts, copra, gold (small amounts), nickel, palm kernels, palm oil, phosphates, potatoes, rice, seafood (especially tuna), timber, tropical fruit, and zinc. According to the International Monetary Fund (data.imf.org), countries and territories buying and importing most of those exports (February 2017 statistics) include China (top importer), Italy, Australia, the Philippines, Malaysia, Switzerland, Hong Kong, India, Vietnam, New Zealand, Vanuatu, the Netherlands, Thailand, Togo, Bangladesh, Singapore, Fiji, Taiwan, Germany, South Korea, Papua New Guinea, the United States, Spain, Kiribati, the United Arab Emirates, Nauru, and New Caledonia.

Rounded flag of the Solomon Islands

  • Map Link in new tab or window
  • Thank you so much for accessing your trusted source for reliable geographic info since 2008 — today and always!
  • Total Pageviews