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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.

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