June 23, 2012 in Daily Bulletin
American exports have been rising substantially, but where has the growth been coming from? Patrick went through the numbers:
- Parts for civilian aircrafts have become a substantial driver in the growth of American exports. Japan, France, China and the UAE are big buyers.
- America’s export of oil increased by 36% between March 2011 and March 2012. Netherlands, Mexico and Brazil topped the list of buyers.
- The sales of motor vehicles have more than doubled in the past year. Germany is by far the biggest buyer.
To see tables depicting who the buyers are, the precise dollar amounts being exported, and overall trade data for the United States read the entire post over here.
Via: Marginal Revolution