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Thursday, January 18, 2018

United Kingdom Exports

According to MIT's Observatory of Economic Complexity (, 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 (, 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.

Rounded flag of the United Kingdom (UK)

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