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List of exports of the United States

The following is a list of the exports of the United States.

Data is for 2012, in millions of United States dollars, as reported by The Observatory of Economic Complexity. Currently the top thirty exports are listed.

# Product Value
1 Cars 53,390
2 Refined Petroleum 51,929
3 Planes, Helicopters, and Spacecraft 39,630
4 Pharmaceuticals 37,876
5 Gas turbines 28,953
6 Gold 27,154
7 Soybeans 23,665
8 Medical instruments 19,784
9 Integrated Circuits 19,353
10 Computers 19,310
11 Delivery Trucks 18,872
12 Human or Animal Blood 18,865
13 Aircraft parts 17,013
14 Coal 16,277
15 Telephones 13,479
16 Valves 10,677
17 Corn 10,236
18 Orthopaedic Appliances 10,100
19 Scrap Iron 9,036
20 Large Construction Vehicles 8,507
21 Liquid Pumps 8,272
22 Machinery Having Individual Functions 8,178
23 Chemical Analysis Instruments 8,128
24 Centrifuges 7,993
25 Wheat 7,843
26 Combustion Engines 7,771
27 Insulated wire 7,651
28 Ethylene Polymers 7,579
29 Air Pumps 7,317
30 Tractors 6,931

See also

References

atlas.media.mit.edu - Observatory of Economic complexity - Products exported by The United States (2012)

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