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Monday, January 22, 2018

United States 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 the UNITED STATES: air and liquid pumps, aircraft, aluminum plating, animal food, apples, armored vehicles, automobiles, baked goods, beauty products, berries, beverages (especially alcohol, flavored water, juice), blood for medical uses, broadcasting equipment, card and video games, centrifuges, chemicals, chocolate, cleaning products, coal briquettes, coal tar oil, coffee, combustion and spark-ignition engines, computers, copper ore, corn (maize), cotton, dairy products, delivery trucks, diamonds and other gemstones, dried legumes, electric control boards, electric motors, electric power accessories, electric transformers, excavation machinery, and forage crops.

Even more exports include frozen produce, furniture, gold, grapes, heating machinery, industrial printers, insulated wire, integrated circuits, iron products, jewelry, kaolin, laboratory instruments, lead ore, low-voltage protection equipment, machines for manufacturing, meat, medical devices and supplies, nuts, office machine parts, oilseeds, oranges, orthopedic appliances, oscilloscopes, paper products and pulp, pears, pesticides, petroleum and petroleum gas, pharmaceuticals, photo lab equipment, pitted fruit, plastic products, platinum, precious metal scraps, rice, sauce and seasoning, scrap aluminum, scrap copper, scrap iron, semiconductor devices, silver, sorghum, soybean meal, soybeans, starch residue, steel, telephones, televisions and video displays, titanium, tractors, trailers, transmissions, transportation parts, turbines, valves, wheat, wood, X-ray equipment, 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 Canada (top importer), Mexico, China, Japan, the United Kingdom, Germany, Hong Kong, South Korea, the Netherlands, Brazil, France, Belgium, Singapore, Taiwan, India, Australia, the United Arab Emirates, Italy, Switzerland, Saudi Arabia, Israel, Malaysia, Spain, Colombia, Austria, Chile, Thailand, Ireland, Vietnam, Turkey, Peru, and Dominican Republic.

Thursday, January 18, 2018

United Kingdom Exports


According to MIT's Observatory of Economic Complexity (atlas.media.mit.edu), the following items are major exports of the UNITED KINGDOM: aircraft and automobile parts, aircraft, aluminum, animal food, antiques, artwork (especially paintings and sculptures), automobiles, baked goods, barley, beauty supplies, beverages, blood for medical use, boats, broadcasting equipment, brochures and other paper products, centrifuges, chemicals, chocolate, cleaning products, clothing, coffee, computers, delivery trucks, diamonds, dried legumes, engines, furniture, gas and electric turbines, gold, jewelry, leather footwear, liquid pumps, low-voltage protection equipment, medical instruments and supplies, metal products, nitrogen compounds, pesticides, petroleum, petroleum gas, pharmaceuticals, plastic products, platinum, potatoes, scientific instruments, scrap aluminum, scrap copper, scrap iron, tea, telephones, tires, titanium, tractors, wheat, and valves.

According to February 2017 statistics from the International Monetary Fund (data.imf.org), countries and territories buying and importing most of those exports include the United States (top importer), Germany, France, the Netherlands, Ireland, China, Switzerland, Belgium, Spain, Italy, the United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Hong Kong, Japan, Turkey, Sweden, South Korea, Poland, Canada, Singapore, Australia, Saudi Arabia, India, Norway, Russia, Denmark, South Africa, Czech Republic, Angola, and Austria.

Monday, January 8, 2018

United Arab Emirates 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 the UNITED ARAB EMIRATES: aluminum, automobiles, baked goods, beauty and shaving products, broadcasting equipment, chemicals, chocolate, clothing and textiles, computers, concentrated milk, construction materials, copper wire, dates, diamonds and other gemstones, dried legumes, dried seafood, electric batteries, engines, equipment and machinery, fertilizer, flavored water, fruit juice, gas turbines, gold, handicrafts, iron products, jewelry, light fixtures, meat, medical supplies, natural gas, nuts, parts for aircraft and automobiles, pepper, perfume, petroleum and petroleum products, polymers, precious metal watches, printed material, re-exports from other countries, rice, rubber tires, scrap aluminum and copper, ships, spices, sugar, synthetic yarn, tea, telephones, tobacco, and tropical fruit.

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), Iran, Switzerland, Oman, Japan, China, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand, Turkey, Hong Kong, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, the United States, Kuwait, Qatar, Belgium, the United Kingdom, Malaysia, the Netherlands, and Iraq.

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Ukraine 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 UKRAINE: air and liquid pumps, aircraft, automobiles, baked goods, ball bearings, bran, cargo and passenger ships, chemicals, chocolate, clay, coal, coats and suits, concentrated milk and other dairy products, confectionery sugar, corn (maize), eggs, electric equipment (heaters, motors, transformers, etc.), electricity to neighboring countries, equipment and machinery, fertilizer, footwear, frozen fruit and nuts, fruit juice, gas and steam turbines, glass bottles, grain (especially barley and wheat), gravel, honey, insulated wire, iron and steel products, iron ore, kaolin, low-voltage protection equipment, malt extract, natural gas, nickel, packaged food, paper products (especially wallpaper), petroleum and petroleum products, pharmaceuticals, plastic sheeting, poultry meat, refined copper, soybeans, sugar beets, sunflower seeds and other oilseeds, telephones, televisions, titanium, tobacco, transmissions, transportation parts, vegetable residues for animal feed, 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 India (top importer), Russia, Egypt, Turkey, China, Italy, Poland, Spain, Germany, the Netherlands, Iran, Hungary, the United States, Belarus, Romania, Israel, Czech Republic, Algeria, Iraq, and Austria.

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Uganda 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 UGANDA: aircraft parts, animal hides, baked goods, beverages, broadcasting equipment, buckwheat, cassava, cement, clothing and textiles, cobalt, cocoa beans, coffee, construction vehicles, copper, corn (maize), cotton (raw and prepared), cut flowers and other horticultural items, dried legumes, electricity to neighboring countries, flour, frozen vegetables, glass bottles, gold, iron products, leather, limestone, milk and concentrated milk, millet, oilseeds, potatoes, pulses, rice, seafood, soap, steel, sugar, tea, and tobacco. According to February 2017 statistics from the International Monetary Fund (data.imf.org), countries and territories buying and importing most of those exports include Kenya (top importer), South Sudan, Rwanda, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Italy, Tanzania, the Netherlands, Burundi, Sudan, Hong Kong, the United States, the United Arab Emirates, Belgium, Switzerland, Germany, China, Spain, India, Tunisia, Zambia, and Portugal.

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Friday, December 22, 2017

Tuvalu Exports


According to MIT's Observatory of Economic Complexity (atlas.media.mit.edu), the following items are major exports of TUVALU: cleaning products, coconuts, copra, dried fruit, fish nets, integrated circuits, iron containers, lighting, non-fillet frozen seafood, numismatics (commemorative coins), petroleum (small amounts), semiconductor devices, signal equipment, tug boats, and turbines. Countries and territories buying and importing most of those exports include Australia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, China, Fiji, Japan, Kiribati, Nigeria, Papua New Guinea, Samoa, Solomon Islands, South Africa, South Korea, Thailand, Tonga, Vanuatu, and the United States.

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Turkmenistan Exports


According to National Geographic MapMaker (mapmaker.nationalgeographic.org), the following items are major exports of TURKMENISTAN: clothing and textiles, cotton fiber, cotton, grain, livestock, melons, natural gas, packaged food, peat, petrochemicals, petroleum, salt, sulfur, and wheat flour. 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), Afghanistan, Turkey, Romania, Georgia, Australia, the United Kingdom, Germany, the United States, France, Portugal, the Netherlands, Belarus, Italy, Bulgaria, Belgium, Georgia, India, Kazakhstan, Poland, Lithuania, Spain, Japan, Switzerland, Norway, Russia, and Azerbaijan.

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Turkey Exports


According to National Geographic MapMaker (mapmaker.nationalgeographic.org), the following items are major exports of TURKEY: antimony, automobiles, barite, borate, chromium, citrus fruit, clay, clothing and textiles, coal, copper, cotton, electronics, emery, feldspar, gold, grain, hazelnuts, iron ore, limestone, magnesite, marble, mercury, metal products (especially steel), olive oil, olives, packaged food, perlite, petroleum, pulses, pumice, strontium, sugar beets, sulfur, tobacco, transportation equipment, 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 Germany (top importer), the United Arab Emirates, Iraq, the United Kingdom, Italy, the United States, France, Spain, Iran, the Netherlands, Israel, Poland, Saudi Arabia, Romania, Belgium, Egypt, Bulgaria, China, Russia, Algeria, Greece, Syria, Morocco, Sweden, and Ukraine.

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Tunisia Exports


According to National Geographic MapMaker (mapmaker.nationalgeographic.org), the following items are major exports of TUNISIA: agricultural products, almonds, beverages, chemicals, citrus fruit, clothing and textiles, dairy products, dates, electric equipment, equipment and machinery, footwear, grain, hydrocarbons, iron ore, lead, meat, olive oil, olives, petroleum, phosphates, salt, semi-finished goods, sugar beets, tomatoes, and zinc. According to February 2017 statistics from the International Monetary Fund (data.imf.org), countries and territories buying and importing most of those exports include France (top importer), Italy, Germany, Spain, Libya, Algeria, the United Kingdom, the United States, the Netherlands, Belgium, Switzerland, Morocco, Poland, Romania, Turkey, Bangladesh, India, Egypt, Ethiopia, Austria, and Portugal.

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Trinidad and Tobago Exports


According to National Geographic MapMaker (mapmaker.nationalgeographic.org), the following items are major exports of TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO: ammonia, asphalt, beverages, cement, cereal grain, cereal products, citrus and tropical fruit, cocoa, coffee, cotton, cut flowers, liquefied natural gas, methanol, packaged food, petroleum and petroleum products, rice, steel products, sugar, textiles, urea, and various vegetables. According to February 2017 statistics from the International Monetary Fund (data.imf.org), countries and territories buying and importing most of those exports include the United States (top importer), Argentina, Taiwan, Chile, Colombia, Peru, Jamaica, France, the Netherlands, Barbados, Guyana, Belgium, Canada, Senegal, Suriname, Dominican Republic, the United Kingdom, China, Spain, and Aruba.

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Thursday, December 14, 2017

Tonga 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 TONGA: aquarium fish, aqueous paint, artificial tanning extracts, beans, cassava and other starchy food, coconuts, coconut oil, collector's items, coral and shells, electric batteries, footwear, fruit juice, melons, mollusks, non-fillet fresh fish, oscilloscopes, perfume plants, seaweed, telephones, vanilla, and various vegetables. According to February 2017 statistics from the International Monetary Fund (data.imf.org), countries and territories buying and importing most of those exports include Hong Kong (top importer), Japan, the United States, the Philippines, Australia, New Zealand, Samoa, Italy, Fiji, American Samoa, New Caledonia, the Solomon Islands, Tuvalu, Vanuatu, Vietnam, and North Korea.

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Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Togo Exports


Cocoa: a dominant export of Togo       Coffee: a dominant export of Togo       Gold: a dominant export of Togo       Plastic products: a dominant export of Togo

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 TOGO: awnings and tents, beans, beverages (especially beer and flavored water), cassava, cement, clothing and textiles, cocoa, coffee, concentrated milk, confectionery sugar, corn (maize), cotton, delivery trucks, fertilizer, gold, groundnuts and tree nuts, handicrafts, limestone, luggage, marble, millet, motorcycles, palm oil, phosphates, plastic lids, plastic sheeting, re-exports from other countries, refined petroleum, rice, seafood, sorghum, whey, wood products, and yams. According to February 2017 statistics from the International Monetary Fund (data.imf.org), countries and territories buying and importing most of those exports include Benin (top importer), Burkina Faso, Niger, Mali, India, Côte d'Ivoire, Ghana, Nigeria, Canada, Republic of the Congo, the United Arab Emirates, Malaysia, Pakistan, China, Belgium, Australia, Senegal, DR Congo, France, and Bangladesh.

— Cocoa icon by Amos Kofi Commey, Noun Project
— Coffee icon by Georgina Ionescu, Noun Project
— Gold icon by Bakunetsu Kaito, Noun Project
— Recycle icon from the Noun Project's public-domain Noun Collection

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Timor-Leste Exports


Coffee beans: a dominant export of Timor-Leste       Integrated circuits: a dominant export of Timor-Leste       Pasta: a dominant export of Timor-Leste       Petroleum: a dominant export of Timor-Leste

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 TIMOR-LESTE (East Timor): automobiles (small amounts), bananas, cabbage, cassava, cloth, coffee, corn (maize), excavation machinery, gold (small amounts), handicrafts, integrated circuits, mangoes, marble, motor-working tools, oilseeds, pasta, petroleum and petroleum gas, plastic pipes, rice, sandalwood, scrap aluminum, soap, soybeans, spices, sweet potatoes, and vanilla (small amounts). In 2015 according to the OEC, a whopping 93% of Timor-Leste's exports were crude petroleum. According to February 2017 statistics from the International Monetary Fund (data.imf.org), countries and territories buying and importing most of those exports include Belgium (top importer), Germany, the United States, Indonesia, Sudan, Cyprus, Australia, Lebanon, Liberia, the Philippines, Italy, Pakistan, Japan, New Zealand, Libya, China, Uganda, Hong Kong, Russia, Mauritania, and Kenya.

— Coffee and oil well icons by Georgina Ionescu, Noun Project
— Pasta icon by Artem Kovyazin, Noun Project
— Integrated circuit (microchip) icon by Vectors Market, Noun Project

Rounded flag of Timor-Leste (East Timor)

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.

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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.

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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.

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