U.S. Export Statistics

Statistic Verification
Source: International Trade Administration
Research Date: 4.28.2014
The United States is the world’s largest trading nation. There is a high amount of U.S. dollars in circulation all around the planet. The dollar is also used as the standard unit of currency in international markets for commodities such as gold and petroleum. In 2010, U.S. exports amounted to $1.3 trillion and imports amounted to $1.9 trillion. Trade deficit was $634.9 billion. The deficit on petroleum products was $270 billion. The trade deficit with China was $273 billion, a new record and up from $304 million in 1983. The United States had a $168 billion surplus on trade in services, and $803 billion deficit on trade in goods in 2010.
US Import Export Statistics Data
Annual value of US exports $1.84 trillion
Annual value of US imports $2.52 trillion
Average monthly trade deficit $39.9 billion
Exports Percent of US GDP Percent of GDP
2008 13.1 %
2003 9.5 %
1968 5.3 %
Lagest Export Markets for the US Annual Export Value
Canada $261.4 billion
Mexico $151.5 billion
China $71.5 billion
Japan $66.6 billion
Germany $54.7 billion
Top Export Categories Annual Export Value
Medical Equipment $3.3 billion
Materials handling equipment $2.7 billion
Industrial engines $2.7 billion
Telecommunications equipment $2.6 billion
Civilian aircraft engines $2.5 billion
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Source: Statistic Brain Research Institute (Online / Direct Response Mail)
Content Author: Statistic Brain

Date research was conducted: March 25, 2016

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