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1 1 in Billions P. 1/6 North Carolina 2011 Annual Trade Report 1 North Carolina s international trade continues to be a key driver in sustaining the state s economy. In 2011, North Carolina merchandise exports surged to a record high with increased global demand supporting job growth in the state. North Carolina s merchandise exports in 2011 grew 8% (or $2.1 billion) to $27 billion, surpassing the peak of $25 billion in 2008 and making North Carolina the 5 th largest exporter among the 12 states in the Southeast Region 2. $30 North Carolina Export Trends, (in current dollars) $27 Billion $25 $20 U.S. Recession Global Recession Began Dec 2007 $ Export value is presented in current dollars using export prices from the Bureau of Economic Analysis. Export Sector Growth Was Seen Across Most of the Export Sectors North Carolina saw growth in most of its export sectors with manufacturing industry continuing to dominate the state s exports. North Carolina s top ten exports accounted for 79% of its total shipments in The five largest exports each generated over $2 billion in sales: chemicals ($4.8 billion), machinery equipment 3 ($3.9 billion), transportation equipment ($2.6 billion), computer and electronic products ($2.4 billion), and textiles and fabrics ($2.0 billion). However, export growth in 2011 was largely attributed to the increased sales of machinery equipment, textiles and fabrics as well as food products. Among these top exports, computer and electronic products were the only one with export value still below the pre-recession levels. 1 The trade report highlights the state s merchandise exports only as service exports are measured at the national level. Statistics for state imports are provided in the footnotes. In 2011, North Carolina imports totaled $47.8 billion, up 13% from the previous year. Top three imports were chemicals ($10.7 billion), computer and electronic products ($6.5 billion) and apparel and accessories ($6.5 billion). The Census Bureau discourages using state export and import data to calculate trade balances at the state level because export origin of movement may not always imply production origin and import destination may not always reflect where the goods are consumed or used. In addition the trade data do not track or monitor interstate flows. 2 Regional divisions are developed by the Bureau of Economic Analysis. Southeast Region includes 12 states: VA, WV, NC, SC, GA, FL, AL, MS, LA, AR, TN, and KY. 3 (NAICS 333) excludes electrical equipment which falls under electrical equipment, appliance and components (NAICS 335).

2 P. 2/6 Export Market Merchandise Exports to Most Major Trading Partners Grew Record High North Carolina exported to more than 200 countries. Merchandise exports to most of the state s top trading partners grew to record-setting heights in Shipments to the top five countries together represented half of the state s total exports. Canada continues to be the primary market for the state s exports. In 2011 Canada received 23% of North Carolina s total merchandise exports, followed by China (10%), Mexico (7%), Japan (6%) and Germany (4%). Trading Partners for North Carolina s Top Exports, 2011 Total All Countries $2,581,460,409 Total All Countries $2,440,898,323 Total All Countries $2,019,458,987 North Carolina - Canada All Merchandise Exports Equipment Canada $6,319,656,963 Canada $1,013,042,038 Canada $1,313,421,834 China $2,628,008,442 Mexico $457,809,146 China $427,703,218 Mexico $1,996,630,367 Japan $378,207,155 Mexico $237,839,595 Japan $1,629,096,276 Germany $347,063,283 Germany $149,348,081 Germany $1,112,082,604 China $320,850,410 United Kingdom $148,293,926 Total All Countries $26,964,357,273 Total All Countries $4,758,875,340 Total All Countries $3,089,908,381 Computers & Electronic Products Textiles & Fabrics Canada $886,123,005 Canada $481,549,507 Honduras $913,859,271 France $388,196,485 Hong Kong $421,022,305 Mexico $196,128,346 Mexico $181,453,189 China $330,161,347 Dominican Republic $186,545,486 United Kingdom $140,175,418 Mexico $143,096,043 Canada $170,680,976 Japan $113,777,830 Germany $109,661,150 El Salvador $131,517,373 North Carolina s exports to Canada grew from $5.5 billion in 2010 to $6.3 billion in 2011, a 16% increase. The growth was mainly driven by increased shipments of the state s machinery equipment and transportation equipment to Canada. In 2011, became North Carolina s largest export to Canada for the first time since Exports of machinery equipment from North Carolina to Canada rose NC Top 10 Exports to Canada, 2011 vs % to $1.3 billion, accounting for one-third of the state s overall machinery exports to world. Agriculture and construction machinery, Electrical Equipment, Appliances & Component engines, turbines and power Fabricated Metal Products transmission equipment and Primary Metal Manufacturing other general purpose Miscellaneous Manufactured Goods machinery made up the vast Textiles & Fabrics majority of the state s $50 $450 $850 $1,250 machinery exports to Canada. Sourc: Wisetrade

3 P. 3/6 North Carolina s chemical exports to Canada experienced a 3% ($35.6 million) decrease due to declines in sales of pharmaceuticals and medicines as well as soaps and cleaning products. Pharmaceuticals and medicines represented nearly half (47%) of the state s overall chemical exports to Canada. Export sales of transportation equipment to Canada grew 55% over 2011 resulting from strong demand for motor vehicles and parts made by firms in the state. In 2011, North Carolina ranked 15 th in the nation in export value 4 to Canada and was the 3 rd largest among the 12 states in the Southeast Region. North Carolina China China is North Carolina s second largest export market after Canada. In 2011, the state s exports to China totaled $2.6 billion, up 17% ($389.8 million) from a year earlier. North Carolina saw robust growth in its machinery equipment and food product sales to China, with an increase of 57% and 230%, respectively. equipment was North Carolina s largest export to China and machinery exports contributed to 16% of the state s total exports to China in Engines, turbines and transmission equipment made up more than half (59%) of the machinery exports to China. Computers and electronic products were the second largest export sector to China and experienced a 14% decrease from Exports of this sector to China have fluctuated since 2008 and have not returned to its pre-recession levels. Semiconductors and electronic components were responsible for 80% of computer and electronic exports to China. Measured by percentage NC Top 10 Exports to China, 2011 vs change, food exports (mostly meat products and meat packaging products) to China registered the highest growth of 230% over China is one of the main importers of the U.S. meat products 5. In 2011, North Carolina ranked 13 th in the nation in export value 6 to China and was the 4 th largest among the 12 states in the Southeast Region. Waste & Scrap Food Products Agricultural Products Nonmetallic Mineral Products Textiles & Fabrics $10 $110 $210 $310 $410 $510 North Carolina Mexico In 2011, North Carolina s exports to Mexico grew 9% to $2.0 billion. The state saw growth across all export sectors except machinery equipment. Transportation equipment, agricultural products and chemicals showed the most dollar increases. Chemical products held its position as the state s leading export to Mexico with sales at $457.8 million, a 7% increase from Resin, synthetic rubber and artificial synthetic fibers as well as basic chemicals made up the majority (73%) of the state s chemical exports to Mexico. 4 In 2011, the state s imports from Canada totaled $3.4 billion, up 10% from a year earlier., paper, machinery and plastics and rubber products were the key imports from Canada. 5 According to USDA, Chinese purchases of U.S. pork were a means used by China to tame pork price inflation which came about largely as a consequence of the Chinese pork sector s ongoing problems in controlling various lethal swine diseases 6 North Carolina s imports from China totaled $9.3 billion in 2011, up 3% from the previous year. Major imports were computer and electronic products, apparel and accessories and fabricated metal products. China currently is the state s largest import source country.

4 P. 4/6 equipment has remained the state s 2 nd largest export to Mexico since Exports of machinery equipment to Mexico experienced a highest point in 2010 but went down by 14% in 2011 due to declined sales of the general purpose machinery as well as ventilation, heating, air-conditioning and commercial refrigeration equipment. NC Top 10 Exports to Mexico, 2011 vs Exports of textiles and fabrics continued to decline since the peak of $401.9 million in Fabrics made up over half (55%) of this export sector. In 2011, North Carolina ranked 15 th in the nation in the value of its exports 7 to Mexico and the 4 th among the 12 states in the Southeast Region. North Carolina Japan North Carolina s exports to Japan fell 6% to $1.6 billion in A disruption in chemical supply to Japan following the earthquake and tsunami of March 11 has contributed to overall declines in the state s exports to the country. Among the top exports to Japan, tobacco and food products experienced strong growth because of production and supply shortages in Japan as a result of the natural disaster. Chemical products have been North Carolina s largest exports to Japan though chemical sales to Japan decreased from $580.9 million in 2010 to $378.2 million in Basic chemicals such as polymers, petrochemicals and inorganic chemicals made up over two-third (70%) of chemical exports to Japan. Chemical exports to Japan would take some time to regain its pre-quake levels due to the long standing impact of the March disaster on the nuclear power plants in Japan. North Carolina is the largest supplier of tobacco products to Japan among the 50 states. The March 11 earthquake has interrupted tobacco production in Japan leading to increased demand of the state s tobacco by 17%. Other key exports from the state to Japan included food products, transportation equipment and machinery. In 2011, North Carolina ranked 12 th in the nation in the value of its exports 8 to Japan and the 3 rd largest (after Louisiana and Tennessee) among the 12 states in the Southeast Region. Textiles & Fabrics Agricultural Products Food Products Electrical Equipment, Appliances & Apparel & Accessories Beverages & Tobacco Products Food Products Minerals & Ores Nonmetallic Mineral Products $10 $110 $210 $310 $410 NC Top 10 Exports to Japan, 2011 vs $10 $110 $210 $310 $410 $510 $610 7 North Carolina s imports from Mexico grew 17% to $4.8 billion in Top three imports included computer and electronic products, apparels and accessories and transportation equipment. 8 North Carolina s imports from Japan totaled $2.7 billion in 2011, up 29% from Major imports were machinery, transportation equipment and chemical products. imports represented 40% of the state s total imports from Japan.

5 P. 5/6 in Billions North Carolina Germany In 2011, Germany moved up to become the 5 th largest export partner to North Carolina. The state s exports to the country exceeded the 2008 peak and reached to the high of $1.1 billion, a 26% increase from The growth was seen across the top ten export sectors to Germany, except plastics and rubber products and miscellaneous manufactured goods. Exports of chemicals, machinery and transportation equipment combined represented over 70% of the state s overall exports to Germany. Chemical exports rose 28% from 2010 and accounted for nearly one-third (31%) of the state s total shipments to Germany. Pharmaceuticals and medicines made up the majority of the chemical exports. North Carolina was the 5 th largest supplier of pharmaceutical products to Germany in the nation. equipment continued to be the state s NC Top 10 Exports to Germany, 2011 vs nd largest export to Germany with total sales at $149.4 million in After three consecutive years of declines, the state saw its first increase in machinery exports to Germany, up 76% from In 2011, North Carolina ranked 17 th in the nation in the value of its exports 9 to Germany and the 5 th largest among the 12 states in the Southeast Region. Agricultural Products Primary Metal Manufacturing Electrical Equipment, Appliances & Component Miscellaneous Manufactured Goods $10 $110 $210 $310 $410 $7 $6 NC Top 5 Export Countries, (in current dollars) Canada $5 $4 $3 $2 $1 $0 China Mexico Japan Germany Export value is presented in current dollars using export prices from the Bureau of Economic Analysis 9 North Carolina s imports from Germany totaled $3.0 billion in 2011, up 18% from the previous year. The top three imports were machinery, chemicals, and computer and electronic products, which all together accounted for 63% of the state s overall imports from Germany.

6 P. 6/6 Millions Emerging Market Focus - Brazil North Carolina s exports to the emerging markets become increasingly important as businesses in the state continue to expand into new markets. Brazil is one of the biggest and fastest growing emerging markets and has made a swift recovery from the global recession. The country has recently become the world s 6 th largest economy and is a highly attractive market for exports. Between 2001 and 2011, North Carolina s export shipments to Brazil have experienced a real growth of nearly 100% 10. $850 NC Exports to Brazil, (in current dollars) $700 $550 $400 $250 $ Export value is presented in current dollars using export prices from the Bureau of Economic Analysis. Brazil became North Carolina s 10 th largest export destination in In 2011, the country purchased $719.9 million worth of merchandises from the state, an increase of $37.6 million from the previous year. The growth was primarily due to the strong sales of the state s machinery equipment and nonmetallic mineral products to Brazil. remained North Carolina s leading exports to Brazil with total value at $206.4 million, representing 23% of the state s total shipments to the country in Basic chemicals and agricultural chemicals (pesticides and fertilizers) made up nearly half of the chemical exports to Brazil. and transportation equipment were the 2 nd and 3 rd largest exports from North Carolina to Brazil. Export sales of machinery equipment rose 25% to $129.3 NC Top 10 Exports to Brazil, 2011 vs million while transportation equipment (mostly aerospace products and motor vehicle parts) grew slightly over 1% to $112.4 million. In 2011, North Carolina ranked 15 th in the nation in export value 11 to Brazil and was the 6 th largest among the 12 states in the Southeast Region. Nonmetallic Mineral Products Miscellaneous Manufactured Commodities Electrical Equipment, Appliances & Component Primary Metal Manufacturing $0 $50 $100 $150 $200 $ Real export growth is the export value adjusted for price changes using BEA export price Index. 11 In 2011, North Carolina imports from Brazil grew 9% to $740.6 million with agricultural products, chemicals and primary metals (iron, steel, and ferroalloy) as the top three imports. The state s primary metal imports from Brazil experienced an increase of over 1,000% from 2010.

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