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1 US Exports to China by State N Street, NW, Suite 200, Washington, DC Tel: Fax:

2 Executive Summary Exports to China: A key driver of US economic growth China continues to be a key contributor to US economic growth. In 2013, US exports to China reached $120 billion, making it the third-largest export market for US goods behind Canada and Mexico, our neighbors and NAFTA partners. US exports to China have grown faster than exports to any other major US trading partner. From 2004 to 2013, US exports to China increased 255 percent. That rate is greater than growth to any of the other top ten US export markets, including its two largest trading partners, Canada (59 percent growth) and Mexico (108 percent growth). With its large population, rapidly growing middle class, and long list of infrastructure goals, China will continue to be a major export market for US goods and services. The United States has seen consistent growth in exports to China. On average, US exports to China grew by 15.1 percent annually over the past 10 years. Comparatively, US exports to Mexico, Germany, and the United Kingdom averaged 8.5, 4.9, and 2.9 percent annual growth, respectively. Over the past year alone, US exports to China grew by more than $11 billion, a bigger sum than total US exports to Argentina in Exports play an essential role in the US economy and job growth. In 2013, US exports to China helped support a wide range of industries, including transportation equipment, crop production, computers and electronics, and chemicals, along with export-related jobs in America s port cities. Not only are exports vital to the health of US industry, overall exports also supported 11.3 million jobs in 2013, according to the US Department of Commerce. China: A major and growing market for US goods Forty-seven states experienced at least triple-digit export growth to China since 2004, and seven states saw export growth of more than 500 percent over the same period. China was among the top three export markets for 42 states in That includes states that are not usually associated with strong China trade ties, including Michigan, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and South Carolina. In 2013, 32 states exported more than $1 billion to China. Since 2009, 17 states have seen at least 100 percent growth in their exports to China. 2014, The US-China Business Council

3 While larger states like Texas and California saw significant growth in exports to China, smaller states benefited, too. Connecticut, Delaware, Kentucky, Tennessee, Vermont, and West Virginia all experienced more than 300 percent growth in exports over the past decade. US exports to China are strong, but more can be done to strengthen trade China is a significant market for US exports, but the United States has a very small share of China s overall market. The US share of exports to China accounted for nearly 8 percent of total imports, falling behind the European Union, South Korea, Japan, and Taiwan. That market share represents a decline from 2000, when the United States held a 10 percent share of China s import market. To help increase imports into China and regain lost market share, policymakers should boost funding for a number of US agencies that provide assistance to US industry by lowering market barriers and identifying opportunities for US goods and services abroad: o Foreign Commercial Service (FCS): FCS helps US companies of all sizes find new export opportunities in international markets. o Export-Import Bank (Ex-Im): Ex-Im provides financing to foreign buyers of US products, enabling them to purchase US goods through a variety of initiatives and financing options. Companies from competing markets often have access to similar types of financing, making Ex-Im a valuable resource to companies and one that helps them compete on a level playing field in international markets. o o Office of the US Trade Representative (USTR): USTR is a key agency focused on removing market access barriers that threaten to restrict US exports. The agency also provides critical monitoring and enforcement capabilities that help ensure US trading partners abide by international trade rules. State and Local Organizations: State and local initiatives help US companies engage in foreign markets, while supporting business development opportunities between American and Chinese companies. Broadening local resources will help companies advance their business objectives abroad, while facilitating the business-to-business ties that are critical to successful private-sector partnerships. 2013, The US-China Business Council

4 Notes on the Edition Methodology This year s edition of the US-China Business Council s (USCBC) US Exports to China by State report uses data provided by The Trade Partnership, an economic research firm and publisher of USCBC s congressional district and state export data. Export figures included in this year s report are based primarily on data from the US Census Bureau, the US Department of Agriculture (USDA), and Moody s Analytics. As historical data from each of these sources is revised annually, this issue of US Exports to China by State replaces all prior editions. Similar to last year s edition of US Exports to China by State, this report uses a methodology that credits agricultural exports to states where crops are grown as opposed to states with large ports where bulk commodities are aggregated prior to export. A detailed explanation of the methodology is available at Miscellaneous Manufacturing and Waste and Scrap Export Category Descriptions According to the Census Bureau, Miscellaneous Manufacturing includes a wide range of products that cannot readily be classified in specific North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) subsectors in manufacturing. Processes used by these establishments vary significantly, both among and within industries. Establishments in this subsector manufacture products as diverse as medical equipment and supplies, jewelry, sporting goods, toys, and office supplies. Waste and Scrap encompasses a variety of second-hand scrap and recycled materials, including ferrous metals, copper, aluminum, paper, wood, and sawdust. Many of these products are used by China for rebar steel and packaging. The national export totals include the export data for each state and for Washington, DC.

5 Total US Exports to China ($ billion) $120.0 $102.2 $108.7 $89.7 $33.7 $40.5 $52.8 $61.9 $68.5 $68.4 Growth in Total US Exports, Exports to China: 255% Exports to Rest of World: 89% United States Top Exports Markets, 2013 United States Top Exports to China, Canada $271 billion 1. Transportation Equipment $23 billion 2. Mexico $218 billion 2. Crop Production $19 billion 3. China $120 billion 3. Computers and Electronics $16 billion 4. Japan $63 billion 4. Chemicals $13 billion 5. Germany $45 billion 5. Machinery (except Electrical) $10 billion China is the United States 3rd-largest export market

6 Top US Export Markets in 2013 ($ billion) China and Hong Kong Listed Separately Country Total Growth Avg. Annual Growth Canada $ % 5.3% 2. Mexico $ % 8.5% 3. China $ % 15.1% 4. Japan $ % 2.3% 5. Germany $ % 4.9% 6. Brazil $ % 13.9% 7. UK $ % 2.9% 8. Hong Kong $ % 11.6% 9. South Korea $ % 5.4% 10. Netherlands $ % 6.9% China and Hong Kong, Combined Country Total Growth Avg. Annual Growth Canada $ % 5.3% 2. Mexico $ % 8.5% 3. China & Hong Kong $ % 14.1% 4. Japan $ % 2.3% 5. Germany $ % 4.9% 6. Brazil $ % 13.9% 7. UK $ % 2.9% 8. South Korea $ % 5.4% 9. Netherlands $ % 6.9% 10. Singapore $ % 5.3% China is the United States third-largest export market. Only Canada and Mexico two close neighbors with which the United States has a free trade agreement ranked higher as a destination for US exports. China continues to be an important market for US exports in 2013, US exports to China totaled a record $120 billion. Over the past ten years, US exports to China have grown faster than exports to any other top US trading partner. Hong Kong has long been a throughpoint for US exports ultimately destined for China. In 2013, combined US exports to Hong Kong and China reached $160.7 billion, up 11.2 percent over the combined total for (Washington, DC)

7 Growth in US Exports to Top 10 Markets, % 222% 169% 108% 118% 83% 61% 59% 53% 29% 23% China Brazil Hong Kong Mexico Netherlands South Korea Canada Germany United Japan Kingdom Rest of World US exports to China outpaced all of the top ten export markets Over the past decade, US exports to China have risen by 255 percent, making China a top purchaser of US goods. In 2013, China was the third-largest market for US exports. Though Canada and Mexico remain the two largest US trading partners, export growth to both of these countries in the past decade has been significantly slower than the growth in US exports to China. Top US exports to China include transportation equipment, crop production, computers and electronics, and chemicals. Note: Rankings are based on export data for 2004 and 2013, comparing the top 10 markets for US exports. Rest of World export growth is calculated using the cumulative sums for US exports to all remaining markets (non-top 10) for those years. (Washington, DC)

8 Top Five PRC Import Sources, 2013 ($ billion) $220.1 $152.8 $156.6 $162.3 $183.1 United States Taiwan Japan South Korea European Union The United States is only China s 5 th -largest source of imports The European Union, South Korea, Japan, and Taiwan all export more goods to China than does the United States. The United States fell slightly behind Taiwan in 2013, after overtaking it to be the fourth-largest source of imports in Though US exports to China have grown significantly over the last decade, US imports to China in 2013 accounted for around 7 percent of China s total imports. The United States held a 10 percent share of China s import market in 2000, however. To help boost US competitiveness abroad, American policymakers should consider taking further steps to strengthen US exports and reclaim the lost share of China s market. One way policymakers can do this is through providing more resources to key US agencies that help break down market access barriers and help US producers market their goods overseas. Those agencies include the Office of the US Trade Representative, US Foreign Commercial Service, and the US Export-Import Bank. Note: Data for this chart are based on PRC government statistics. The value of PRC imports from the United States is higher than US exports to China because of several data discrepancies between US and PRC trade statistics, reflecting methodological differences regarding shipping costs, as well as tariffs that are applied as goods pass through other customs territories on their way to China. 2014, The US-China Business Council Source: China s Customs Statistics

9 Top US State Exporters to China, 2013 State Exports Growth 1. California $15.7 billion 136% 2. Washington $11.4 billion 535% 3. Texas $10.4 billion 118% 4. Illinois $6.4 billion 380% 5. New York $5.0 billion 171% 6. South Carolina $4.9 billion 949% 7. Michigan $4.6 billion 616% 8. Georgia $3.9 billion 319% 9. Ohio $3.9 billion 243% 10. Minnesota $3.5 billion 426% 11. Pennsylvania $2.9 billion 274% 12. Oregon $2.9 billion 348% 13. Iowa $2.9 billion 441% 14. North Carolina $2.8 billion 261% 15. Indiana $2.5 billion 358% Forty-seven states experienced at least triple-digit export growth to China since Seven states Nevada, South Carolina, Utah, Michigan, Nebraska, Alabama, and Washington saw export growth of more than 500%. In 2013, thirty-two states exported more than $1 billion to China, while another eight states exported more than $500 million. The top 15 states exporting to China in 2013 spans the nation. This list includes states that are not often thought of as those benefiting from trade with China Minnesota, Michigan, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and South Carolina. While larger states like Texas and California saw significant growth in exports to China, smaller states also benefitted. Connecticut, Delaware, Kentucky, Tennessee, Vermont, and West Virginia all experienced more than 300% growth in exports over the past decade. (Washington, DC)

10 Alabama Exports to China ($ million) $2,446 $2,497 $2,174 $674 $713 $689 $1,574 $356 $438 $501 Growth in Alabama Exports, Exports to China: 602% Exports to Rest of World: 99% Alabama s Top Exports Markets, 2013 Alabama s Top Exports to China, Canada $4.3 billion 1. Transportation Equipment $1.5 billion 2. China $2.5 billion 2. Chemicals $592 million 3. Mexico $2.2 billion 3. Crop Production $97 million 4. Germany $2.2 billion 4. Paper Products $70 million 5. United Kingdom $694 million 5. Waste & Scrap $67 million China is Alabama s 2nd-largest export market (Washington, DC)

11 Alaska Exports to China ($ million) $1,477 $1,354 $1,250 $921 $241 $337 $474 $716 $733 $586 Growth in Alaska Exports, Exports to China: 418% Exports to Rest of World: 14% Alaska s Top Exports Markets, 2013 Alaska s Top Exports to China, China $1.3 billion 1. Seafood Products $747 million 2. Japan $745 million 2. Minerals & Ores $383 million 3. South Korea $683 million 3. Forestry Products $113 million 4. Canada $601 million 4. Computers & Electronics $3 million 5. Germany $288 million 5. Transportation Equipment $2 million China is Alaska s largest export market

12 Arizona Exports to China ($ million) $1,196 $1,247 $1,215 $1,213 $1,003 $972 $1,024 $787 $605 $617 Growth in Arizona Exports, Exports to China: 69% Exports to Rest of World: 42% Arizona s Top Exports Markets, 2013 Arizona s Top Exports to China, Mexico $6.9 billion 1. Computers and Electronics $517 million 2. Canada $2.0 billion 2. Crop Production $114 million 3. China $1.0 billion 3. Transportation Equipment $95 million 4. Japan $875 million 4. Machinery (except Electrical) $69 million 5. United Kingdom $778 million 5. Processed Foods $46 million China is Arizona s 3rd-largest export market

13 Arkansas Exports to China ($ million) $1,538 $1,463 $915 $627 $732 $644 $787 $323 $375 $487 Growth in Arkansas Exports, Exports to China: 352% Exports to Rest of World: 84% Arkansas Top Exports Markets, 2013 Arkansas Top Exports to China, Canada $1.6 billion 1. Crop Production $851 million 2. China $1.5 billion 2. Transportation Equipment $357 million 3. Mexico $1.0 billion 3. Chemicals $84 million 4. France $608 million 4. Electrical Equipment $30 million 5. Hong Kong $283 million 5. Computers & Electronics $27 million China is Arkansas 2nd-largest export market

14 California Exports to China ($ million) $15,725 $13,893 $13,594 $12,053 $9,637 $10,242 $10,667 $9,355 $6,655 $7,720 Growth in California Exports, Exports to China: 136% Exports to Rest of World: 48% California s Top Exports Markets, 2013 California s Top Exports to China, Mexico $23.8 billion 1. Computers & Electronics $5.1 billion 2. Canada $19.5 billion 2. Waste & Scrap $2.3 billion 3. China $15.7 billion 3. Transportation Equipment $1.6 billion 4. Japan $12.3 billion 4. Machinery (except Electrical) $1.5 billion 5. South Korea $8.1 billion 5. Chemicals $1.1 billion China is California s 3rd-largest export market

15 Colorado Exports to China ($ million) $705 $745 $584 $489 $508 $445 $566 $655 $371 $359 Growth in Colorado Exports, Exports to China: 101% Exports to Rest of World: 30% Colorado s Top Exports Markets, 2013 Colorado s Top Exports to China, Canada $2.1 billion 1. Computers & Electronics $173 million 2. Mexico $981 million 2. Processed Foods $129 million 3. China $745 million 3. Waste & Scrap $106 million 4. Japan $542 million 4. Crop Production $92 million 5. Germany $238 million 5. Machinery (except Electrical) $78 million China is Colorado s 3rd-largest export market

16 Connecticut Exports to China ($ million) $1,008 $745 $815 $889 $541 $572 $335 $366 $428 $201 Growth in Connecticut Exports, Exports to China: 342% Exports to Rest of World: 88% Connecticut s Top Exports Markets, 2013 Connecticut s Top Exports to China, France $2.4 billion 1. Transportation Equipment $308 million 2. Canada $1.9 billion 2. Primary Metal Manufacturing $132 million 3. Germany $1.4 billion 3. Computers & Electronics $117 million 4. Mexico $1.2 billion 4. Machinery (except Electrical) $111 million 5. China $889 million 5. Chemicals $48 million China is Connecticut s 5th-largest export market

17 Delaware Exports to China ($ million) $362 $467 $419 $454 $284 $299 $219 $77 $113 $149 Growth in Delaware Exports, Exports to China: 490% Exports to Rest of World: 155% Delaware s Top Exports Markets, 2013 Delaware s Top Exports to China, Belgium $1.0 billion 1. Computers & Electronics $155 million 2. Canada $585 million 2. Chemicals $115 million 3. United Kingdom $492 million 3. Machinery (except Electrical) $60 million 4. China $454 million 4. Plastics & Rubber Products $54 million 5. Netherlands $268 million 5. Processed Foods $15 million China is Delaware s 4th-largest export market

18 Florida Exports to China ($ million) $1,150 $1,363 $1,282 $1,243 $1,024 $949 $884 $1,040 $715 $541 Growth in Florida Exports, Exports to China: 130% Exports to Rest of World: 109% Florida s Top Exports Markets, 2013 Florida s Top Exports to China, Brazil $5.3 billion 1. Waste & Scrap $446 million 2. Canada $4.4 billion 2. Transportation Equipment $224 million 3. Mexico $2.2 billion 3. Chemicals $159 million 4. Hong Kong $1.4 billion 4. Computers & Electronics $80 million 6. China $1.2 billion 5. Machinery (except Electrical) $49 million China is Florida s 6th-largest export market

19 Georgia Exports to China ($ million) $3,819 $3,895 $3,453 $2,625 $1,688 $2,129 $1,842 $930 $1,091 $1,244 Growth in Georgia Exports, Exports to China: 319% Exports to Rest of World: 78% Georgia s Top Exports Markets, 2013 Georgia s Top Exports to China, Canada $6.3 billion 1. Transportation Equipment $843 million 2. China $3.9 billion 2. Paper Products $807 million 3. Mexico $2.6 billion 3. Machinery (except Electrical) $403 million 4. Japan $1.5 billion 4. Crop Production $359 million 5. United Kingdom $1.5 billion 5. Waste & Scrap $336 million China is Georgia s 2nd-largest export market

20 Hawaii Exports to China ($ million) $141 $105 $95 $77 $68 $76 $48 $35 $28 $31 Growth in Hawaii Exports, Exports to China: 175% Exports to Rest of World: 43% Hawaii s Top Exports Markets, 2013 Hawaii s Top Exports to China, Australia $112 million 1. Waste & Scrap $56 million 2. Singapore $103 million 2. Chemicals $10 million 3. China $95 million 3. Seafood Products $10 million 4. Japan $82 million 4. Crop Production $9 million 5. Canada $64 million 5. Forestry Products $7 million China is Hawaii s 3rd-largest export market

21 Idaho Exports to China ($ million) $728 $599 $583 $404 $400 $466 $425 $489 $327 $200 Growth in Idaho Exports, Exports to China: 192% Exports to Rest of World: 93% Idaho s Top Exports Markets, 2013 Idaho s Top Exports to China, Canada $1.6 billion 1. Computers & Electronics $320 million 2. South Korea $720 million 2. Crop Production $118 million 3. China $583 million 3. Processed Foods $84 million 4. Taiwan $537 million 4. Animal Production $20 million 5. Singapore $406 million 5. Machinery (except Electrical) $16 million China is Idaho s 3rd-largest export market

22 Illinois Exports to China ($ million) $6,027 $6,365 $4,624 $5,007 $3,318 $3,420 $2,539 $1,326 $1,574 $1,893 Growth in Illinois Exports, Exports to China: 380% Exports to Rest of World: 96% Illinois Top Exports Markets, 2013 Illinois Top Exports to China, Canada $20.0 billion 1. Crop Production $2.1 billion 2. Mexico $7.4 billion 2. Beverages & Tobacco $833 million 3. China $6.4 billion 3. Transportation Equipment $606 million 4. Germany $2.8 billion 4. Machinery (except Electrical) $569 million 5. Australia $2.7 billion 5. Waste & Scrap $535 million China is Illinois 3rd-largest export market

23 Indiana Exports to China ($ million) $2,626 $2,531 $2,041 $2,155 $1,509 $1,644 $1,138 $553 $612 $812 Growth in Indiana Exports, Exports to China: 358% Exports to Rest of World: 70% Indiana s Top Exports Markets, 2013 Indiana s Top Exports to China, Canada $11.7 billion 1. Crop Production $1.2 billion 2. Mexico $4.3 billion 2. Chemicals $358 million 3. China $2.5 billion 3. Transportation Equipment $261 million 4. Japan $2.0 billion 4. Machinery (except Electrical) $228 million 5. Germany $2.0 billion 5. Miscellaneous Manufacturing $120 million China is Indiana s 3rd-largest export market

24 Iowa Exports to China ($ million) $3,179 $2,869 $2,190 $2,337 $1,590 $1,788 $986 $531 $587 $681 Growth in Iowa Exports, Exports to China: 441% Exports to Rest of World: 85% Iowa s Top Exports Markets, 2013 Iowa s Top Exports to China, Canada $4.4 billion 1. Crop Production $2.3 billion 2. China $2.9 billion 2. Processed Foods $188 million 3. Mexico $2.2 billion 3. Machinery (except Electrical) $90 million 4. Japan $1.4 billion 4. Chemicals $62 million 5. Germany $785 million 5. Waste & Scrap $45 million China is Iowa s 2nd-largest export market

25 Kansas Exports to China ($ million) $1,571 $1,208 $1,085 $1,041 $646 $691 $793 $372 $415 $446 Growth in Kansas Exports, Exports to China: 322% Exports to Rest of World: 100% Kansas Top Exports Markets, 2013 Kansas Top Exports to China, Canada $2.6 billion 1. Crop Production $751 million 2. China $1.6 billion 2. Processed Foods $255 million 3. Mexico $1.3 billion 3. Beverages & Tobacco $133 million 4. Japan $1.2 billion 4. Transportation Equipment $102 million 5. Brazil $560 million 5. Chemicals $69 million China is Kansas 2nd-largest export market

26 Kentucky Exports to China ($ million) $1,686 $1,396 $1,078 $1,155 $886 $670 $731 $381 $443 $483 Growth in Kentucky Exports, Exports to China: 342% Exports to Rest of World: 86% Kentucky s Top Exports Markets, 2013 Kentucky s Top Exports to China, Canada $7.7 billion 1. Transportation Equipment $521 million 2. Mexico $2.0 billion 2. Crop Production $347 million 3. United Kingdom $1.8 billion 3. Chemicals $331 million 4. China $1.7 billion 4. Machinery (except Electrical) $143 million 5. Japan $1.3 billion 5. Waste & Scrap $93 million China is Kentucky s 4th-largest export market

27 Louisiana Exports to China ($ million) $1,928 $1,957 $2,050 $2,051 $1,194 $704 $780 $849 $946 $972 Growth in Louisiana Exports, Exports to China: 191% Exports to Rest of World: 350% Louisiana s Top Exports Markets, 2013 Louisiana s Top Exports to China, Mexico $5.0 billion 1. Chemicals $842 million 2. Canada $3.1 billion 2. Crop Production $302 million 3. Singapore $2.8 billion 3. Petroleum & Coal Products $171 million 4. The Netherlands $2.7 billion 4. Processed Foods $155 million 7. China $2.1 billion 5. Primary Metal Manufacturing $125 million China is Louisiana s 7th-largest export market

28 Maine Exports to China ($ million) $333 $275 $247 $226 $176 $104 $101 $152 $139 $122 Growth in Maine Exports, Exports to China: 118% Exports to Rest of World: 4% Maine s Top Exports Markets, 2013 Maine s Top Exports to China, Canada $1.3 billion 1. Paper Products $167 million 2. China $226 million 2. Seafood Products $16 million 3. Japan $120 million 3. Machinery (except Electrical) $14 million 4. South Korea $70 million 4. Textiles & Fabrics $8 million 5. The Netherlands $57 million 5. Chemicals $8 million China is Maine s 2nd largest export market 2014, The US China Business Council Source: Estimated by The Trade Partnership

29 Maryland Exports to China ($ million) $673 $573 $570 $577 $572 $572 $446 $285 $308 $227 Growth in Maryland s Exports, Exports to China: 152% Exports to Rest of World: 104% Maryland s Top Exports Markets, 2013 Maryland s Top Exports to China, Canada $1.8 billion 1. Waste & Scrap $197 million 2. China $572 million 2. Chemicals $72 million 3. Mexico $514 million 3. Machinery (except Electrical) $66 million 4. United Kingdom $480 million 4. Primary Metal Manufacturing $40 million 5. Japan $459 million 5. Computers & Electronics $36 million China is Maryland s 2nd-largest export market

30 Massachusetts Exports to China ($ million) $2,184 $2,064 $1,852 $1,959 $1,553 $1,277 $1,368 $1,359 $887 $874 Growth in Massachusetts Exports, Exports to China: 121% Exports to Rest of World: 19% Massachusetts Top Exports Markets, 2013 Massachusetts Top Exports to China, Canada $3.6 billion 1. Computers & Electronics $643 million 2. China $2.0 billion 2. Machinery (except Electrical) $398 million 3. Mexico $1.9 billion 3. Chemicals $181 million 4. Germany $1.8 billion 4. Electrical Equipment $160 million 5. Hong Kong $1.7 billion 5. Waste & Scrap $148 million China is Massachusetts 2nd-largest export market

31 Michigan Exports to China ($ million) $4,582 $3,716 $3,018 $2,476 $640 $741 $1,082 $1,424 $1,495 $1,524 Growth in Michigan Exports, Exports to China: 616% Exports to Rest of World: 55% Michigan s Top Exports Markets, 2013 Michigan s Top Exports to China, Canada $25.6 billion 1. Transportation Equipment $2.6 billion 2. Mexico $12.3 billion 2. Crop Production $447 million 3. China $4.6 billion 3. Machinery (except Electrical) $335 million 4. Germany $1.7 billion 4. Chemicals $272 million 5. Japan $1.5 billion 5. Computers & Electronics $226 million China is Michigan s 3rd-largest export market

32 Minnesota Exports to China ($ million) $3,611 $3,457 $2,997 $2,629 $1,809 $1,867 $960 $1,141 $1,394 $658 Growth in Minnesota Exports, Exports to China: 426% Exports to Rest of World: 54% Minnesota s Top Exports Markets, 2013 Minnesota s Top Exports to China, Canada $5.8 billion 1. Crop Production $1.5 billion 2. China $3.5 billion 2. Machinery (except Electrical) $416 million 3. Mexico $1.8 billion 3. Computers & Electronics $368 million 4. Japan $1.4 billion 4. Processed Foods $190 million 5. Germany $820 million 5. Miscellaneous Manufacturing $158 million China is Minnesota s 2nd-largest export market

33 Mississippi Exports to China ($ million) $1,138 $1,046 $686 $602 $290 $319 $459 $398 $499 $521 Growth in Mississippi Exports, Exports to China: 261% Exports to Rest of World: 261% Mississippi s Top Exports Markets, 2013 Mississippi s Top Exports to China, Canada $2.0 billion 1. Crop Production $609 million 2. Mexico $1.5 billion 2. Fabricated Metal Products $72 million 3. China $1.0 billion 3. Chemicals $70 million 4. Brazil $492 million 4. Computers & Electronics $64 million 5. The Netherlands $489 million 5. Paper Products $58 million China is Mississippi s 3rd-largest export market

34 Missouri Exports to China ($ million) $2,055 $2,168 $1,809 $1,799 $1,488 $1,258 $1,297 $995 $592 $712 Growth in Missouri Exports, Exports to China: 204% Exports to Rest of World: 38% Missouri s Top Exports Markets, 2013 Missouri s Top Exports to China, Canada $4.0 billion 1. Crop Production $973 million 2. Mexico $1.9 billion 2. Waste & Scrap $219 million 3. China $1.8 billion 3. Chemicals $141 million 4. Japan $761 million 4. Machinery (except Electrical) $113 million 5. South Korea $491 million 5. Computers & Electronics $78 million China is Missouri s 3rd-largest export market

35 Montana Exports to China ($ million) $261 $137 $148 $138 $65 $35 $36 $45 $64 $73 Growth in Montana Exports, Exports to China: 301% Exports to Rest of World: 135% Montana s Top Exports Markets, 2013 Montana s Top Exports to China, Canada $566 million 1. Crop Production $169 million 2. China $261 million 2. Chemicals $33 million 3. South Korea $219 million 3. Primary Metal Manufacturing $30 million 4. Japan $198 million 4. Minerals & Ores $11 million 5. Mexico $183 million 5. Waste & Scrap $4 million China is Montana s 2nd-largest export market

36 Nebraska Exports to China ($ million) $1,850 $1,868 $1,523 $1,044 $1,100 $766 $264 $295 $394 $502 Growth in Nebraska Exports, Exports to China: 607% Exports to Rest of World: 147% Nebraska s Top Exports Markets, 2013 Nebraska s Top Exports to China, Canada $2.2 billion 1. Crop Production $1.3 billion 2. China $1.9 billion 2. Processed Foods $300 million 3. Mexico $1.0 billion 3. Machinery (except Electrical) $68 million 4. Japan $939 million 4. Leather & Related Products $57 million 5. South Korea $349 million 5. Beverages & Tobacco $57 million China is Nebraska s 2nd-largest export market

37 Nevada Exports to China ($ million) $599 $564 $352 $372 $457 $426 $202 $211 $137 $47 Growth in Nevada Exports, Exports to China: 1,185% Exports to Rest of World: 189% Nevada s Top Exports Markets, 2013 Nevada s Top Exports to China, Canada $1.2 billion 1. Minerals & Ores $321 million 2. China $599 million 2. Computers & Electronics $157 million 3. Mexico $377 million 3. Processed Foods $31 million 4. Japan $255 million 4. Machinery (except Electrical) $18 million 5. Hong Kong $204 million 5. Chemicals $14 million China is Nevada s 2nd-largest export market

38 New Hampshire Exports to China ($ million) $412 $320 $338 $258 $271 $262 $210 $175 $98 $113 Growth in New Hampshire Exports, Exports to China: 166% Exports to Rest of World: 89% New Hampshire s Top Exports Markets, 2013 New Hampshire s Top Exports to China, Canada $1.3 billion 1. Machinery (except Electrical) $83 million 2. Mexico $409 million 2. Computers & Electronics $82 million 3. China $262 million 3. Fabricated Metal Products $18 million 4. Germany $210 million 4. Electrical Equipment $18 million 5. The Netherlands $177 million 5. Wood Products $9 million China is New Hampshire s 3rd-largest export market

39 New Jersey Exports to China ($ million) $1,852 $1,533 $1,377 $1,394 $820 $892 $977 $1,055 $569 $591 Growth in New Jersey Exports, Exports to China: 170% Exports to Rest of World: 88% New Jersey s Top Exports Markets, 2013 New Jersey s Top Exports to China, Canada $6.5 billion 1. Chemicals $359 million 2. Mexico $2.2 billion 2. Transportation Equipment $261 million 3. The Netherlands $2.1 billion 3. Primary Metal Manufacturing $167 million 4. United Kingdom $2.1 billion 4. Machinery (except Electrical) $141 million 6. China $1.5 billion 5. Waste & Scrap $122 million China is New Jersey s 6th-largest export market

40 New Mexico Exports to China ($ million) $715 $692 $659 $457 $228 $102 $85 $103 $107 $122 Growth in New Mexico Exports, Exports to China: -47% Exports to Rest of World: 49% New Mexico s Top Exports Markets, 2013 New Mexico s Top Exports to China, Mexico $801 million 1. Computers & Electronics $38 million 2. Canada $331 million 2. Crop Production $31 million 3. China $122 million 3. Processed Foods $25 million 4. Germany $77 million 4. Transportation Equipment $6 million 5. Japan $66 million 5. Machinery (except Electrical) $4 million China is New Mexico s 3rd-largest export market

41 New York Exports to China ($ million) $4,963 $4,334 $4,132 $3,340 $1,831 $2,029 $2,132 $2,476 $2,734 $2,394 Growth in New York Exports, Exports to China: 171% Exports to Rest of World: 78% New York s Top Exports Markets, 2013 New York s Top Exports to China, Canada $10.3 billion 1. Transportation Equipment $1.1 billion 2. Hong Kong $8.9 billion 2. Waste & Scrap $1.1 billion 3. China $5.0 billion 3. Machinery (except Electrical) $665 million 4. United Kingdom $2.9 billion 4. Primary Metal Manufacturing $364 million 5. Belgium $2.8 billion 5. Chemicals $358 million China is New York s 3rd-largest export market

42 North Carolina Exports to China ($ million) $2,730 $2,750 $2,780 $2,317 $1,800 $1,980 $1,795 $1,423 $770 $843 Growth in North Carolina Exports, Exports to China: 261% Exports to Rest of World: 50% North Carolina s Top Exports Markets, 2013 North Carolina s Top Exports to China, Canada $6.7 billion 1. Computers & Electronics $422 million 2. China $2.8 billion 2. Crop Production $314 million 3. Mexico $2.8 billion 3. Chemicals $300 million 4. Japan $1.7 billion 4. Machinery (except Electrical) $260 million 5. France $995 million 5. Processed Foods $251 million China is North Carolina s 2nd largest export market 2014, The US China Business Council Source: Estimated by The Trade Partnership

43 North Dakota Exports to China ($ million) $906 $779 $472 $523 $390 $296 $161 $97 $125 $182 Growth in North Dakota Exports, Exports to China: 462% Exports to Rest of World: 162% North Dakota s Top Exports Markets, 2013 North Dakota s Top Exports to China, Canada $2.6 billion 1. Crop Production $890 million 2. China $906 million 2. Machinery (except Electrical) $9 million 3. Mexico $524 million 3. Transportation Equipment $2 million 4. Japan $299 million 4. Computers & Electronics $2 million 5. Brazil $220 million 5. Chemicals $1 million China is North Dakota s 2nd largest export market 2014, The US China Business Council Source: Estimated by The Trade Partnership

44 Ohio Exports to China ($ million) $3,695 $3,852 $3,053 $3,253 $2,288 $2,441 $1,788 $1,124 $1,100 $1,477 Growth in Ohio Exports, Exports to China: 243% Exports to Rest of World: 52% Ohio s Top Exports Markets, 2013 Ohio s Top Exports to China, Canada $19.8 billion 1. Crop Production $1.1 billion 2. Mexico $5.2 billion 2. Machinery (except Electrical) $605 million 3. China $3.9 billion 3. Transportation Equipment $546 million 4. France $2.0 billion 4. Computers & Electronics $348 million 5. Brazil $1.5 billion 5. Chemicals $341 million China is Ohio s 3rd largest export market 2014, The US China Business Council Source: Estimated by The Trade Partnership

45 Oklahoma Exports to China ($ million) $439 $315 $344 $270 $210 $146 $121 $117 $130 $152 Growth in Oklahoma Exports, Exports to China: 201% Exports to Rest of World: 95% Oklahoma s Top Exports Markets, 2013 Oklahoma s Top Exports to China, Canada $1.9 billion 1. Transportation Equipment $122 million 2. Mexico $627 million 2. Crop Production $102 million 3. China $439 million 3. Computers & Electronics $64 million 4. Japan $410 million 4. Machinery (except Electrical) $49 million 5. Germany $277 million 5. Chemicals $24 million China is Oklahoma s 3rd largest export market 2014, The US China Business Council Source: Estimated by The Trade Partnership

46 Oregon Exports to China ($ million) $3,638 $2,858 $2,918 $2,905 $2,463 $2,176 $1,379 $1,365 $648 $755 Growth in Oregon Exports, Exports to China: 348% Exports to Rest of World: 50% Oregon s Top Exports Markets, 2013 Oregon s Top Exports to China, Canada $3.2 billion 1. Computers & Electronics $1.5 billion 2. China $2.9 billion 2. Chemicals $402 million 3. Japan $997 million 3. Waste & Scrap $226 million 4. South Korea $773 million 4. Machinery (except Electrical) $190 million 5. Taiwan $692 million 5. Forestry Products $131 million China is Oregon s 2nd largest export market 2014, The US China Business Council Source: Estimated by The Trade Partnership

47 Pennsylvania Exports to China ($ million) $3,578 $2,683 $2,871 $2,922 $1,262 $1,293 $1,630 $1,540 $781 $929 Growth in Pennsylvania Exports, Exports to China: 274% Exports to Rest of World: 117% Pennsylvania s Top Exports Markets, 2013 Pennsylvania s Top Exports to China, Canada $11.4 billion 1. Machinery (except Electrical) $485 million 2. Mexico $3.5 billion 2. Computers & Electronics $455 million 3. China $2.9 billion 3. Minerals & Ores $441 million 4. The Netherlands $2.4 billion 4. Chemicals $344 million 5. Germany $1.7 billion 5. Electrical Equipment $224 million China is Pennsylvania s 3rd largest export market 2014, The US China Business Council Source: Estimated by The Trade Partnership

48 Rhode Island Exports to China ($ million) $90 $97 $61 $58 $68 $69 $78 $76 $46 $48 Growth in Rhode Island Exports, Exports to China: 114% Exports to Rest of World: 67% Rhode Island s Top Exports Markets, 2013 Rhode Island s Top Exports to China, Canada $479 million 1. Machinery (except Electrical) $32 million 2. Germany $206 million 2. Chemicals $25 million 3. Mexico $166 million 3. Computers & Electronics $10 million 4. China $97 million 4. Seafood Products $8 million 5. Taiwan $81 million 5. Waste & Scrap $6 million China is Rhode Island s 4th largest export market 2014, The US China Business Council Source: Estimated by The Trade Partnership

49 South Carolina Exports to China ($ million) $4,920 $3,052 $3,279 $2,143 $469 $590 $664 $633 $811 $879 Growth in South Carolina Exports, Exports to China: 949% Exports to Rest of World: 64% South Carolina s Top Exports Markets, 2013 South Carolina s Top Exports to China, China $4.9 billion 1. Transportation Equipment $3.2 billion 2. Canada $3.7 billion 2. Machinery (except Electrical) $488 million 3. Germany $3.2 billion 3. Chemicals $333 million 4. Mexico $1.9 billion 4. Computers & Electronics $206 million 5. United Kingdom $1.4 billion 5. Waste & Scrap $152 million China is South Carolina s largest export market 2014, The US China Business Council Source: Estimated by The Trade Partnership

50 South Dakota Exports to China ($ million) $904 $868 $547 $589 $623 $416 $157 $153 $207 $227 Growth in South Dakota Exports, Exports to China: 454% Exports to Rest of World: 78% South Dakota s Top Exports Markets, 2013 South Dakota s Top Exports to China, China $868 million 1. Crop Production $813 million 2. Canada $729 million 2. Processed Foods $21 million 3. Mexico $581 million 3. Chemicals $9 million 4. Japan $265 million 4. Minerals & Ores $7 million 5. Brazil $97 million 5. Animal Production $7 million China is South Dakota s largest export market 2014, The US China Business Council Source: Estimated by The Trade Partnership

51 Tennessee Exports to China ($ million) $2,387 $2,078 $1,893 $1,652 $1,065 $1,107 $1,233 $1,367 $741 $497 Growth in Tennessee Exports, Exports to China: 381% Exports to Rest of World: 111% Tennessee s Top Exports Markets, 2013 Tennessee s Top Exports to China, Canada $8.5 billion 1. Chemicals $806 million 2. Mexico $4.2 billion 2. Transportation Equipment $270 million 3. China $2.4 billion 3. Crop Production $262 million 4. Japan $2.0 billion 4. Computers & Electronics $245 million 5. Belgium $1.2 billion 5. Miscellaneous Manufacturing $172 million China is Tennessee s 3rd largest export market 2014, The US China Business Council Source: Estimated by The Trade Partnership

52 Texas Exports to China ($ million) $9,530 $10,041 $9,985 $10,355 $8,102 $8,283 $8,524 $6,979 $4,744 $5,122 Growth in Texas Exports, Exports to China: 118% Exports to Rest of World: 140% Texas Top Exports Markets, 2013 Texas Top Exports to China, Mexico $99.7 billion 1. Chemicals $3.7 billion 2. Canada $25.5 billion 2. Computers & Electronics $1.3 billion 3. China $10.4 billion 3. Machinery (except Electrical) $1.2 billion 4. Brazil $10.0 billion 4. Waste & Scrap $777 million 5. The Netherlands $9.5 billion 5. Petroleum & Coal Products $739 million China is Texas 3rd largest export market 2014, The US China Business Council Source: Estimated by The Trade Partnership

53 Utah Exports to China ($ million) $1,387 $553 $558 $603 $548 $614 $329 $255 $394 $133 Growth in Utah Exports, Exports to China: 944% Exports to Rest of World: 221% Utah s Top Exports Markets, 2013 Utah s Top Exports to China, Hong Kong $5.5 billion 1. Computers & Electronics $723 million 2. China $1.4 billion 2. Primary Metal Manufacturing $318 million 3. Canada $1.4 billion 3. Processed Foods $52 million 4. United Kingdom $1.3 billion 4. Waste & Scrap $52 million 5. Japan $640 million 5. Machinery (except Electrical) $49 million China is Utah s 2nd largest export market 2014, The US China Business Council Source: Estimated by The Trade Partnership

54 Vermont Exports to China ($ million) $778 $585 $584 $491 $213 $189 $152 $194 $221 $83 Growth in Vermont Exports, Exports to China: 493% Exports to Rest of World: 8% Vermont s Top Exports Markets, 2013 Vermont s Top Exports to China, Canada $1.8 billion 1. Computers & Electronics $262 million 2. China $491 million 2. Miscellaneous Manufacturing $167 million 3. Hong Kong $333 million 3. Processed Foods $17 million 4. Japan $154 million 4. Machinery (except Electrical) $16 million 5. South Korea $136 million 5. Wood Products $8 million China is Vermont s 2nd largest export market 2014, The US China Business Council Source: Estimated by The Trade Partnership

55 Virginia Exports to China ($ million) $1,645 $1,610 $1,466 $1,200 $1,085 $1,138 $1,081 $931 $564 $677 Growth in Virginia Exports, Exports to China: 160% Exports to Rest of World: 43% Virginia s Top Exports Markets, 2013 Virginia s Top Exports to China, Canada $3.2 billion 1. Chemicals $343 million 2. China $1.5 billion 2. Paper Products $226 million 3. Mexico $1.1 billion 3. Waste & Scrap $178 million 4. United Kingdom $899 million 4. Computers & Electronics $128 million 5. Germany $764 million 5. Machinery (except Electrical) $98 million China is Virginia s 2nd largest export market 2014, The US China Business Council Source: Estimated by The Trade Partnership

56 Washington Exports to China ($ million) $11,396 $7,291 $7,863 $5,318 $5,723 $6,141 $3,295 $4,254 $4,102 $1,795 Growth in Washington Exports, Exports to China: 535% Exports to Rest of World: 155% Washington s Top Exports Markets, 2013 Washington s Top Exports to China, China $11.4 billion 1. Transportation Equipment $8.1 billion 2. Canada $8.9 billion 2. Forestry Products $543 million 3. Japan $6.2 billion 3. Computers & Electronics $523 million 4. Mexico $3.4 billion 4. Waste & Scrap $324 million 5. United Kingdom $2.7 billion 5. Primary Metal Manufacturing $255 million China is Washington s largest export market 2014, The US China Business Council Source: Estimated by The Trade Partnership

57 West Virginia Exports to China ($ million) $888 $597 $421 $358 $255 $252 $296 $129 $135 $183 Growth in West Virginia Exports, Exports to China: 363% Exports to Rest of World: 154% West Virginia s Top Exports Markets, 2013 West Virginia s Top Exports to China, Canada $1.8 billion 1. Chemicals $255 million 2.The Netherlands $661 million 2. Minerals & Ores $160 million 3. China $597 million 3. Miscellaneous Manufacturing $58 million 4. Brazil $514 million 4. Wood Products $36 million 5. United Kingdom $448 million 5. Primary Metal Manufacturing $34 million China is West Virginia s 3rd largest export market 2014, The US China Business Council Source: Estimated by The Trade Partnership

58 Wisconsin Exports to China ($ million) $1,984 $2,052 $1,643 $1,673 $1,244 $1,407 $1,286 $916 $608 $713 Growth in Wisconsin Exports, Exports to China: 238% Exports to Rest of World: 78% Wisconsin s Top Exports Markets, 2013 Wisconsin s Top Exports to China, Canada $7.5 billion 1. Machinery (except Electrical) $420 million 2. Mexico $2.6 billion 2. Crop Production $369 million 3. China $2.1 billion 3. Computers & Electronics $358 million 4. Japan $1.0 billion 4. Processed Foods $166 million 5. Germany $717 million 5. Fabricated Metal Products $81 million China is Wisconsin s 3rd largest export market 2014, The US China Business Council Source: Estimated by The Trade Partnership

59 Wyoming Exports to China ($ million) $27 $20 $15 $15 $17 $16 $6 $8 $7 $7 Growth in Wyoming Exports, Exports to China: 80% Exports to Rest of World: 100% Wyoming s Top Exports Markets, 2013 Wyoming s Top Exports to China, Canada $375 million 1. Chemicals $14 million 2. Brazil $138 million 2. Crop Production $11 million 3. Australia $89 million 3. Animal Production $930, Japan $65 million 4. Machinery (except Electrical) $470, China $27 million 5. Computers & Electronics $439,000 China is Wyoming s 9th largest export market 2014, The US China Business Council Source: Estimated by The Trade Partnership

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