US Exports to China by State                            2000–11               1818 N Street, NW, Suite 200, Washington, DC...
Executive SummaryExports to China are a vital part of the US economyx   Exports to China are vital to America’s economic h...
x   Even states with smaller export volumes to China are benefitting. Over the 2000–11 period,    exports from Delaware, M...
Notes on the 2000–11 Editionx   All data used for this and all previous editions of the report come from the US Department...
US Exports to China ($ billion)                                       Growth in US Exports, 2000–2011                     ...
Top US Export Markets in 2011 ($ billion)                                                                     Average Annu...
Growth in US Exports to Top 10 Markets, 2000–11        China              Hong Kong       Mexico       Canada          UK ...
Top Five PRC Import Sources, 2011 ($ billion)      The United States is only China’s 5th-largest source of importsx   Taiw...
Top US State Exporters to China, 2011               State                                Exports                 2000-11 G...
Alabama Exports to China ($ million)                                Growth in Alabama Exports, 2000–2011                  ...
Arizona Exports to China ($ million)                                Growth in Arizona Exports, 2000–2011                  ...
Arkansas Exports to China ($ million)                               Growth in Arkansas Exports, 2000–2011                 ...
California Exports to China ($ million)                               Growth in California Exports, 2000–2011             ...
Colorado Exports to China ($ million)                               Growth in Colorado Exports, 2000–2011                 ...
Connecticut Exports to China ($ million)                              Growth in Connecticut Exports, 2000–2011            ...
Delaware Exports to China ($ million)                               Growth in Delaware Exports, 2000–2011                 ...
Florida Exports to China ($ million)                                 Growth in Florida Exports, 2000–2011                 ...
Georgia Exports to China ($ million)                                Growth in Georgia Exports, 2000–2011                  ...
Hawaii Exports to China ($ million)                                 Growth in Hawaii Exports, 2000–2011                   ...
Idaho Exports to China ($ million)                                  Growth in Idaho Exports, 2000–2011                    ...
Illinois Exports to China ($ million)                                 Growth in Illinois Exports, 2000–2011               ...
Indiana Exports to China ($ million)                                Growth in Indiana Exports, 2000–2011                  ...
Iowa Exports to China ($ million)                                  Growth in Iowa Exports, 2000–2011                      ...
Kansas Exports to China ($ million)                                 Growth in Kansas Exports, 2000–2011                   ...
Kentucky Exports to China ($ million)                               Growth in Kentucky Exports, 2000–2011                 ...
Louisiana Exports to China ($ million)                               Growth in Louisiana Exports, 2000–2011               ...
Maine Exports to China ($ million)                                 Growth in Maine Exports, 2000–2011                     ...
Maryland Exports to China ($ million)                               Growth in Maryland Exports, 2000–2011                 ...
Massachusetts Exports to China ($ million)                            Growth in Massachusetts Exports, 2000–2011          ...
Michigan Exports to China ($ million)                               Growth in Michigan Exports, 2000–2011                 ...
Minnesota Exports to China ($ million)                             Growth in Minnesota’s Exports, 2000–2011               ...
Mississippi Exports to China ($ million)                             Growth in Mississippi’s Exports, 2000–2011           ...
Missouri Exports to China ($ million)                               Growth in Missouri’s Exports, 2000–2011               ...
Montana Exports to China ($ million)                              Growth in Montana’s Exports, 2000–2011                  ...
Nebraska Exports to China ($ million)                               Growth in Nebraska Exports, 2000–2011                 ...
Nevada Exports to China ($ million)                                Growth in Nevada Exports, 2000–2011                    ...
New Hampshire Exports to China ($ million)                           Growth in New Hampshire Exports, 2000–2011           ...
New Jersey Exports to China ($ million)                              Growth in New Jersey Exports, 2000–2011              ...
New Mexico Exports to China ($ million)                             Growth in New Mexico Exports, 2000–2011               ...
New York Exports to China ($ million)                               Growth in New York Exports, 2000–2011                 ...
North Carolina Exports to China ($ million)                            Growth in North Carolina Exports, 2000–2011        ...
North Dakota Exports to China ($ million)                             Growth in North Dakota Exports, 2000–2011           ...
Ohio Exports to China ($ million)                                  Growth in Ohio Exports, 2000–2011                      ...
Oklahoma Exports to China ($ million)                               Growth in Oklahoma Exports, 2000–2011                 ...
Oregon Exports to China ($ million)                                 Growth in Oregon Exports, 2000–2011                   ...
Pennsylvania Exports to China ($ million)                             Growth in Pennsylvania Exports, 2000–2011           ...
Rhode Island Exports to China ($ million)                             Growth in Rhode Island Exports, 2000–2011           ...
South Carolina Exports to China ($ million)                            Growth in South Carolina Exports, 2000–2011        ...
South Dakota Exports to China ($ million)                             Growth in South Dakota Exports, 2000–2011           ...
Tennessee Exports to China ($ million)                               Growth in Tennessee Exports, 2000–2011               ...
Texas Exports to China ($ million)                                  Growth in Texas Exports, 2000–2011                    ...
Utah Exports to China ($ million)                                  Growth in Utah Exports, 2000–2011                      ...
Vermont Exports to China ($ million)                                Growth in Vermont Exports, 2000–2011                  ...
Virginia Exports to China ($ million)                                Growth in Virginia Exports, 2000–2011                ...
Washington Exports to China ($ million)                              Growth in Washington Exports, 2000–2011              ...
West Virginia Exports to China ($ million)                             Growth in West Virginia Exports, 2000–2011         ...
Wisconsin Exports to China ($ million)                               Growth in Wisconsin Exports, 2000–2011               ...
Wyoming Exports to China ($ million)                               Growth in Wyoming Exports, 2000–2011                   ...
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USCBC Report: Total Yearly US State Exports to China Pass $100 Billion for the First Time
US exports to China in 2011 total $103.9 billion - 30 states now count China as one of their top three export markets - https://www.uschina.org/public/exports/2000_2011/full_state_report.pdf

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  1. 1. US Exports to China by State 2000–11 1818 N Street, NW, Suite 200, Washington, DC 20036 Tel: 202-429-0340 | Fax: 202-775-2476 | E-mail: info@uschina.org | www.uschina.org
  2. 2. Executive SummaryExports to China are a vital part of the US economyx Exports to China are vital to America’s economic health and create good jobs for American workers. China is the third-largest US export market, and US exports to China continue to expand rapidly. As a buyer of US goods, China ranks behind only Canada and Mexico—two immediate neighbors with whom the United States has a regional free-trade agreement.x Between 2000 and 2011, total US exports to China rose 542 percent, from $16.2 billion to $103.9 billion. Total US exports to the rest of the world increased only 80 percent during this period. Top exports to China in 2011 included agricultural products, computers and electronics, chemicals, and transportation equipment (primarily aerospace and autos).x This nearly $88 billion increase in exports to China during 2000–11 exceeded the increase to every other market for US goods and farm products, with the exception of Canada. US exports to Canada rose $102 billion over the same period, while US exports to Mexico rose $86 billion. Brazil was a distant fourth with just a $28 billion increase in purchases of US products.x President Barack Obama’s National Export Initiative, announced in January 2010, aims to double total US exports by 2014—a target that requires at least a 15 percent average growth rate per year for five years. China is among the countries for which US exports have exceeded the global annual average growth rate of 18 percent in the initiative’s first two years. In fact, China is the only major US export market to have consistently exceeded the 15 percent target growth rate since 2000.States across the country are benefitting from exports to Chinax Forty-eight states have registered at least triple-digit export growth to China since 2000, far outpacing growth in their exports to the rest of the world. Twenty of those states have experienced quadruple-digit growth.x Ten states have at least doubled their exports to China since 2009, while three of these states— South Carolina, South Dakota, and Vermont—have more than tripled their exports to China in the past two years.x Thirty states now count China as one of their top three export markets and 25 states exported more than $1 billion to China in 2010, with export categories reflecting a broad range of products. The list of top 15 state exporters to China in 2011 includes states not usually thought of as benefitting from trade with China: Michigan, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and South Carolina.©2012, The US-China Business Council
  3. 3. x Even states with smaller export volumes to China are benefitting. Over the 2000–11 period, exports from Delaware, Montana, Nevada, and Vermont rose faster than those of the top 15 exporters.But more can be done to increase our exportsx Despite the substantial increase in US exports to China, America’s share of imports into China has fallen to 7 percent from 10 percent in 2000, making the United States only the fifth-largest source of Chinese imports in 2011. A worthy additional goal of President Obama’s National Export Initiative should be to reclaim a 10 percent share of China’s imports by 2014. To help American companies accomplish this goal, policy makers should seek to bolster the capacity and resources of US trade agencies,: o Foreign Commercial Service To help companies, especially small and medium exporters, find more export opportunities; o Export-Import Bank To make support of US exports to China its top priority; o Office of the US Trade Representative To understand and remove market access barriers that threaten to restrict US exports; and o State and Local Initiatives To support further engagement and facilitate business development opportunities between American and Chinese parties at the state and municipal levels, where most business activity takes place.©2011, The US-China Business Council
  4. 4. Notes on the 2000–11 Editionx All data used for this and all previous editions of the report come from the US Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census. Prior to 2007, the Trade Statistics Express database operated by the US International Trade Administration was the basis for the report. The 2000–07, 2000– 08, 2000–09, 2000–10, and 2000-11 editions are based on the Census Bureau’s USA Trade Online database. Any differences reflect minor Census Bureau data revisions.x The national export totals include the export data for each state and for Washington, DC, US Territories, and “unassigned” exports.x The report shows 12 years of data. The year 2000 is included because it was the last full year of data prior to China’s early entry into the World Trade Organization and serves as a benchmark for the record of US export growth since that important milestone.©2012, The US-China Business Council
  5. 5. US Exports to China ($ billion) Growth in US Exports, 2000–2011 Exports to China: 542% Exports to Rest of World: 80%Top US Export Markets, 2011 Top US Exports to China, 20111. Canada $280.8 billion 1. Crop Production $14.7 billion2. Mexico $197.5 billion 2. Computers & Electronics $13.7 billion3. China $103.9 billion 3. Chemicals $13.6 billion4. Japan $66.2 billion 4. Transportation Equipment $13.2 billion5. United Kingdom $56.0 billion 5. Waste & Scrap $11.5 billion China is the United States’ 3rd-largest export market©2012, The US-China Business Council Source: US Department of Commerce
  6. 6. Top US Export Markets in 2011 ($ billion) Average Annual Average AnnualCountry Total Growth 2010-2011 Growth 2009-2011 Growth 2000-20111. Canada $280.8 12.7% 17.1% 4.2%2. Mexico $197.5 20.8% 23.8% 5.3%3. China $103.9 13.1% 22.3% 18.4%4. Japan $66.2 9.4% 13.8% 0.2%5. United Kingdom $56.0 15.6% 10.7% 2.7%6. Germany $49.1 2.0% 6.5% 4.8%7. South Korea $43.5 12.0% 23.3% 4.1%8. Brazil $42.9 21.2% 28.3% 9.8%9. The Netherlands $42.8 22.6% 15.3% 6.3%10. Hong Kong $36.5 37.4% 31.7% 8.7% x China is not just a source of imports; it is also a large and growing market for US exports. x China is the third-largest US export market and US exports to China continue to expand rapidly. As a buyer of US goods, China ranks behind only Canada and Mexico—two immediate neighbors with whom the United States has a regional free-trade agreement. x President Barack Obama’s National Export Initiative (NEI), announced in January 2010, aims to double total US exports by 2014—a target that requires at least a 15 percent average growth rate per year for five years. o China is among the countries for which US exports have exceeded the global average annual growth rate of 18 percent in the NEI’s first two years. o In fact, China is the only major US export market to have consistently exceeded the 15 percent target growth rate since 2000. x When US export totals to Hong Kong, a significant throughpoint for US goods destined for China, are combined with US exports to China, the 2011 export figure jumps to $140.4 billion, with an average annual growth rate of 25 percent since 2009. ©2012, The US-China Business Council Source: US Department of Commerce
  7. 7. Growth in US Exports to Top 10 Markets, 2000–11 China Hong Kong Mexico Canada UK Rest of Brazil Netherlands Germany S. Korea Japan World US exports to China outperformed exports to other top marketsx US exports to China since 2000—the last full year before China’s entry into the World Trade Organization—have risen at a significantly faster rate than US exports to any other major export market. Crop production, computers and electronics, chemicals, and transportation equipment (primarily aerospace and autos) were the largest US exports to China last year.x Growth in the other top US export markets in the 2000-2011 period has been significantly slower.x Comparing growth in the nominal value of exports between 2000 and 2011, China and Hong Kong together added $110 billion—accounting for roughly one-sixth of all incremental growth in US exports over those years.Note: Rankings are based on export data for 2000 and 2011, comparing the top 10 markets for US exports. “Rest of World”export growth is calculated using the cumulative sums for US exports to all remaining markets (non-top 10) for those years.©2012, The US-China Business Council Source: US Department of Commerce
  8. 8. Top Five PRC Import Sources, 2011 ($ billion) The United States is only China’s 5th-largest source of importsx Taiwan, South Korea, Japan, and the European Union each export more goods to China than the United States. While PRC imports from Taiwan, South Korea, and Japan are driven largely by China’s central role as the processing hub at the end of East Asian production chains, EU imports demonstrate a notable benchmark from which to compare US export competitiveness in China.x Despite substantial growth in US exports to China, the US share of PRC imports has fallen to 7 percent from 10 percent in 2000. The US share fell further from 2010 to 2011 as growth in US exports to China were outpaced by those from other markets, most notably the European Union.x A worthy additional goal of President Obama’s National Export Initiative should be to reclaim a 10 percent share of China’s imports by 2014. To help American companies accomplish this, policy makers should seek to bolster the capacity of US trade agencies such as the Office of the US Trade Representative, US Foreign Commercial Service, and the Export-Import Bank of the United States. Supporting state and local initiatives to promote trade and investment with China can also go a long way in boosting US exports to China.Note: The value of PRC imports from the United States is higher than US exports to China because of several datadiscrepancies between US and PRC trade statistics, including shipping costs, methodological differences, and tariffs that areapplied as goods pass through other customs territories on their way to China.©2012, The US-China Business Council Source: PRC General Administration of Customs
  9. 9. Top US State Exporters to China, 2011 State Exports 2000-11 Growth 1. California $14.2 billion 300% 2. Washington $11.2 billion 489% 3. Texas $10.9 billion 653% 4. Louisiana $7.3 billion 590% 5. New York $4.5 billion 472% 6. Illinois $3.9 billion 631% 7. Pennsylvania $3.5 billion 1,177% 8. Georgia $3.2 billion 873% 9. Oregon $3.2 billion 936% 10. South Carolina $3.0 billion 2,261% 11. Ohio $2.7 billion 838% 12. Michigan $2.7 billion 1,169% 13. North Carolina $2.6 billion 651% 14. Alabama $2.3 billion 1,342% 15. Massachusetts $2.1 billion 316% x Forty-eight states have registered at least triple-digit export growth to China since 2000, far outpacing exports to the rest of the world. Twenty of those states have experienced quadruple-digit growth. x After President Obama announced the National Export Initiative goal to double US exports between 2009 and 2014, ten states have at least doubled and three states have already more than tripled their exports to China since 2009. x Twenty-five states exported more than $1 billion to China in 2010, and another 9 states exported more than $500 million. x The list of top 15 state exporters to China in 2011 includes states not usually thought of as benefitting from trade with China—Michigan, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and South Carolina. x Over the 2000–11 period, the exports of a few states with smaller export volumes to China— including Delaware, Montana, Nevada, and Vermont—rose faster than the exports of the top 15 exporters.© 2012, The US-China Business Council Source: US Department of Commerce
  10. 10. Alabama Exports to China ($ million) Growth in Alabama Exports, 2000–2011 Exports to China: 1,342% Exports to Rest of World: 118%Alabama’s Top Export Markets, 2011 Alabama’s Top Exports to China, 20111. Canada $3.3 billion 1. Transportation Equipment $1.0 billion2. China $2.3 billion 2. Chemicals $598 million3. Germany $2.0 billion 3. Crop Production $213 million4. Mexico $1.7 billion 4. Waste & Scrap $105 million5. Japan $716 million 5. Paper Products $97 million China is Alabama’s 2nd-largest export market©2012, The US-China Business Council Source: US Department of Commerce
  11. 11. Arizona Exports to China ($ million) Growth in Arizona Exports, 2000–2011 Exports to China: 560% Exports to Rest of World: 16%Arizona’s Top Export Markets, 2011 Arizona’s Top Exports to China, 20111. Mexico $5.7 billion 1. Computers & Electronics $513 million2. Canada $2.1 billion 2. Crop Production $153 million3. China $1.0 billion 3. Transportation Equipment $77 million4. Japan $837 million 4. Minerals & Ores $64 million5. United Kingdom $789 million 5. Machinery (except Electrical) $55 million China is Arizona’s 3rd-largest export market©2012, The US-China Business Council Source: US Department of Commerce
  12. 12. Arkansas Exports to China ($ million) Growth in Arkansas Exports, 2000–2011 Exports to China: 1,309% Exports to Rest of World: 100%Arkansas’ Top Export Markets, 2011 Arkansas’ Top Exports to China, 20111. Canada $1.3 billion 1. Crop Production $144 million2. Mexico $680 million 2. Chemicals $73 million3. China $413 million 3. Transportation Equipment $53 million4. Japan $214 million 4. Machinery (except Electrical) $33 million5. South Korea $195 million 5. Electrical Equipment $27 million China is Arkansas’ 3rd-largest export market©2012, The US-China Business Council Source: US Department of Commerce
  13. 13. California Exports to China ($ million) Growth in California Exports, 2000–2011 Exports to China: 300% Exports to Rest of World: 25%California’s Top Export Markets, 2011 California’s Top Exports to China, 20111. Mexico $26.0 billion 1. Computers & Electronics $3.7 billion2. Canada $17.2 billion 2. Waste & Scrap $3.0 billion3. China $14.2 billion 3. Transportation Equipment $1.7 billion4. Japan $13.1 billion 4. Machinery (except Electrical) $1.4 billion5. South Korea $8.4 billion 5. Chemicals $929 million China is California’s 3rd-largest export market©2012, The US-China Business Council Source: US Department of Commerce
  14. 14. Colorado Exports to China ($ million) Growth in Colorado Exports, 2000–2011 Exports to China: 286% Exports to Rest of World: 4%Colorado’s Top Export Markets, 2011 Colorado’s Top Exports to China, 20111. Canada $1.5 billion 1. Computers & Electronics $154 million2. Mexico $755 million 2. Waste & Scrap $124 million3. China $635 million 3. Processed Foods $110 million4. Japan $393 million 4. Machinery (except Electrical) $86 million5. The Netherlands $317 million 5. Chemicals $51 million China is Colorado’s 3rd-largest export market©2012, The US-China Business Council Source: US Department of Commerce
  15. 15. Connecticut Exports to China ($ million) Growth in Connecticut Exports, 2000–2011 Exports to China: 1,173% Exports to Rest of World: 91%Connecticut’s Top Export Markets, 2011 Connecticut’s Top Exports to China, 20111. France $2.0 billion 1. Transportation Equipment $336 million2. Canada $1.7 billion 2. Crop Production $117 million3. Germany $1.4 billion 3. Machinery (except Electrical) $96 million4. Mexico $1.1 billion 4. Computers & Electronics $95 million5. China $982 million 5. Fabricated Metal Products $67 million China is Connecticut’s 5th-largest export market©2012, The US-China Business Council Source: US Department of Commerce
  16. 16. Delaware Exports to China ($ million) Growth in Delaware Exports, 2000–2011 Exports to China: 2,836% Exports to Rest of World: 131%Delaware’s Top Export Markets, 2011 Delaware’s Top Exports to China, 20111. Canada $1.5 billion 1. Computers & Electronics $166 million2. United Kingdom $929 million 2. Chemicals $108 million3. China $465 million 3. Machinery (except Electrical) $56 million4. Japan $373 million 4. Plastics & Rubber Products $49 million5. Germany $263 million 5. Processed Foods $45 million China is Delaware’s 3rd-largest export market©2012, The US-China Business Council Source: US Department of Commerce
  17. 17. Florida Exports to China ($ million) Growth in Florida Exports, 2000–2011 Exports to China: 135% Exports to Rest of World: 144%Florida’s Top Export Markets, 2011 Florida’s Top Exports to China, 20111. Switzerland $7.3 billion 1. Waste & Scrap $526 million2. Brazil $5.3 billion 2. Transportation Equipment $186 million3. Venezuela $4.5 billion 3. Chemicals $178 million4. Canada $4.0 billion 4. Computers & Electronics $94 million15. China $1.3 billion 5. Processed Foods $65 million China is Florida’s 15th-largest export market©2012, The US-China Business Council Source: US Department of Commerce
  18. 18. Georgia Exports to China ($ million) Growth in Georgia Exports, 2000–2011 Exports to China: 873% Exports to Rest of World: 116%Georgia’s Top Export Markets, 2011 Georgia’s Top Exports to China, 20111. Canada $6.3 billion 1. Paper Products $736 million2. China $3.2 billion 2. Transportation Equipment $632 million3. Mexico $2.0 billion 3. Waste & Scrap $417 million4. Singapore $1.5 billion 4. Machinery (except Electrical) $331 million5. Japan $1.2 billion 5. Chemicals $322 million China is Georgia’s 2nd-largest export market©2012, The US-China Business Council Source: US Department of Commerce
  19. 19. Hawaii Exports to China ($ million) Growth in Hawaii Exports, 2000–2011 Exports to China: 1,913% Exports to Rest of World: 112%Hawaii’s Top Export Markets, 2011 Hawaii’s Top Exports to China, 20111. Singapore $136 million 1. Waste & Scrap $84 million2. Australia $125 million 2. Seafood Products $6 million3. Canada $123 million 3. Forestry Products $5 million4. China $100 million 4. Transportation Equipment $1 million5. South Korea $96 million 5. Crop Production $894,000 China is Hawaii’s 4th-largest export market©2012, The US-China Business Council Source: US Department of Commerce
  20. 20. Idaho Exports to China ($ million) Growth in Idaho Exports, 2000–2011 Exports to China: 596% Exports to Rest of World: 57%Idaho’s Top Export Markets, 2011 Idaho’s Top Exports to China, 20111. Canada $1.6 billion 1. Computers & Electronics $278 million2. Taiwan $761 million 2. Processed Foods $67 million3. Singapore $610 million 3. Machinery (except Electrical) $17 million4. South Korea $532 million 4. Paper Products $14 million5. China $398 million 5. Crop Production $9 million China is Idaho’s 5th-largest export market©2012, The US-China Business Council Source: US Department of Commerce
  21. 21. Illinois Exports to China ($ million) Growth in Illinois Exports, 2000–2011 Exports to China: 631% Exports to Rest of World: 96%Illinois’ Top Export Markets, 2011 Illinois’ Top Exports to China, 20111. Canada $19.2 billion 1. Machinery (except Electrical) $813 million2. Mexico $5.7 billion 2. Waste & Scrap $670 million3. China $3.9 billion 3. Crop Production $620 million4. Australia $3.7 billion 4. Computers & Electronics $394 million5. Brazil $2.6 billion 5. Chemicals $328 million China is Illinois’ 3rd-largest export market©2012, The US-China Business Council Source: US Department of Commerce
  22. 22. Indiana Exports to China ($ million) Growth in Indiana Exports, 2000–2011 Exports to China: 590% Exports to Rest of World: 104%Indiana’s Top Export Markets, 2011 Indiana’s Top Exports to China, 20111. Canada $11.8 billion 1. Machinery (except Electrical) $291 million2. Mexico $3.3 billion 2. Chemicals $260 million3. Germany $1.9 billion 3. Transportation Equipment $177 million4. Japan $1.3 billion 4. Miscellaneous Manufacturing $78 million6. China $1.1 billion 5. Computers & Electronics $72 million China is Indiana’s 6th-largest export market©2012, The US-China Business Council Source: US Department of Commerce
  23. 23. Iowa Exports to China ($ million) Growth in Iowa Exports, 2000–2011 Exports to China: 1,176% Exports to Rest of World: 187%Iowa’s Top Export Markets, 2011 Iowa’s Top Exports to China, 20111. Canada $4.0 billion 1. Processed Foods $178 million2. Mexico $2.2 billion 2. Machinery (except Electrical) $121 million3. Japan $976 million 3. Waste & Scrap $79 million4. Germany $594 million 4. Chemicals $32 million5. China $575 million 5. Crop Production $32 million China is Iowa’s 5th-largest export market©2012, The US-China Business Council Source: US Department of Commerce
  24. 24. Kansas Exports to China ($ million) Growth in Kansas Exports, 2000–2011 Exports to China: 410% Exports to Rest of World: 118%Kansas’ Top Export Markets, 2011 Kansas’ Top Exports to China, 20111. Canada $2.6 billion 1. Processed Foods $244 million2. Mexico $1.6 billion 2. Transportation Equipment $65 million3. Japan $665 million 3. Leather & Related Products $61 million4. China $642 million 4. Waste & Scrap $61 million5. Nigeria $593 million 5. Machinery (except Electrical) $47 million China is Kansas’ 4th-largest export market©2012, The US-China Business Council Source: US Department of Commerce
  25. 25. Kentucky Exports to China ($ million) Growth in Kentucky Exports, 2000–2011 Exports to China: 1,321% Exports to Rest of World: 101%Kentucky’s Top Export Markets, 2011 Kentucky’s Top Exports to China, 20111. Canada $6.5 billion 1. Chemicals $247 million2. United Kingdom $1.5 billion 2. Transportation Equipment $228 million3. Mexico $1.5 billion 3. Machinery (except Electrical) $125 million4. Japan $1.1 billion 4. Waste & Scrap $98 million6. China $907 million 5. Computers & Electronics $51 million China is Kentucky’s 6th-largest export market©2012, The US-China Business Council Source: US Department of Commerce
  26. 26. Louisiana Exports to China ($ million) Growth in Louisiana Exports, 2000–2011 Exports to China: 590% Exports to Rest of World: 203%Louisiana’s Top Export Markets, 2011 Louisiana’s Top Exports to China, 20111. China $7.3 billion 1. Crop Production $5.5 billion2. Mexico $5.7 billion 2. Chemicals $947 million3. Japan $3.9 billion 3. Waste & Scrap $251 million4. The Netherlands $3.3 billion 4. Processed Foods $184 million5. Canada $2.3 billion 5. Petroleum & Coal Products $144 million China is Louisiana’s largest export market©2012, The US-China Business Council Source: US Department of Commerce
  27. 27. Maine Exports to China ($ million) Growth in Maine Exports, 2000–2011 Exports to China: 1,087% Exports to Rest of World: 81%Maine’s Top Export Markets, 2011 Maine’s Top Exports to China, 20111. Canada $1.1 billion 1. Paper Products $216 million2. Malaysia $927 million 2. Computers & Electronics $17 million3. China $275 million 3. Machinery (except Electrical) $9 million4. United Kingdom $128 million 4. Transportation Equipment $7 million5. South Korea $127 million 5. Textiles & Fabrics $6 million China is Maine’s 3rd-largest export market©2012, The US-China Business Council Source: US Department of Commerce
  28. 28. Maryland Exports to China ($ million) Growth in Maryland Exports, 2000–2011 Exports to China: 725% Exports to Rest of World: 126%Maryland’s Top Export Markets, 2011 Maryland’s Top Exports to China, 20111. Canada $1.7 billion 1. Waste & Scrap $233 million2. China $666 million 2. Primary Metal Manufacturing $101 million3. Saudi Arabia $554 million 3. Machinery (except Electrical) $88 million4. South Korea $538 million 4. Chemicals $74 million5. The Netherlands $515 million 5. Computers & Electronics $45 million China is Maryland’s 2nd-largest export market©2012, The US-China Business Council Source: US Department of Commerce
  29. 29. Massachusetts Exports to China ($ million) Growth in Massachusetts Exports, 2000–2011 Exports to China: 316% Exports to Rest of World: 28%Massachusetts’ Top Export Markets, 2011 Massachusetts’ Top Exports to China, 20111. Canada $3.7 billion 1. Computers & Electronics $847 million2. United Kingdom $3.2 billion 2. Machinery (except Electrical) $433 million3. China $2.1 billion 3. Waste & Scrap $153 million4. Germany $2.1 billion 4. Plastics & Rubber Products $135 million5. Japan $2.0 billion 5. Chemicals $133 million China is Massachusetts’ 3rd-largest export market©2012, The US-China Business Council Source: US Department of Commerce
  30. 30. Michigan Exports to China ($ million) Growth in Michigan Exports, 2000–2011 Exports to China: 1,169% Exports to Rest of World: 43%Michigan’s Top Export Markets, 2011 Michigan’s Top Exports to China, 20111. Canada $23.4 billion 1. Transportation Equipment $1.3 billion2. Mexico $9.0 billion 2. Machinery (except Electrical) $263 million3. China $2.7 billion 3. Chemicals $243 million4. Germany $1.8 billion 4. Primary Metal Manufacturing $234 million5. Japan $1.3 billion 5. Waste & Scrap $163 million China is Michigan’s 3rd-largest export market©2012, The US-China Business Council Source: US Department of Commerce
  31. 31. Minnesota Exports to China ($ million) Growth in Minnesota’s Exports, 2000–2011 Exports to China: 835% Exports to Rest of World: 82%Minnesota’s Top Export Markets, 2011 Minnesota’s Top Exports to China, 20111. Canada $5.8 billion 1. Machinery (except Electrical) $544 million2. China $1.9 billion 2. Computers & Electronics $312 million3. Japan $1.3 billion 3. Paper Products $155 million4. Mexico $1.2 billion 4. Processed Foods $149 million5. Germany $734 million 5. Waste & Scrap $131 million China is Minnesota’s 2nd-largest export market©2012, The US-China Business Council Source: US Department of Commerce
  32. 32. Mississippi Exports to China ($ million) Growth in Mississippi’s Exports, 2000–2011 Exports to China: 578% Exports to Rest of World: 293%Mississippi’s Top Export Markets, 2011 Mississippi’s Top Exports to China, 20111. Canada $1.8 billion 1. Crop Production $231 million2. Panama $1.5 billion 2. Chemicals $55 million3. Mexico $1.1 billion 3. Petroleum & Coal Products $34 million4. China $501 million 4. Paper Products $24 million5. Colombia $444 million 5. Wood Products $24 million China is Mississippi’s 4th-largest export market©2012, The US-China Business Council Source: US Department of Commerce
  33. 33. Missouri Exports to China ($ million) Growth in Missouri’s Exports, 2000–2011 Exports to China: 1,428% Exports to Rest of World: 102%Missouri’s Top Export Markets, 2011 Missouri’s Top Exports to China, 20111. Canada $4.3 billion 1. Waste & Scrap $415 million2. Mexico $1.4 billion 2. Machinery (except Electrical) $150 million3. China $1.2 billion 3. Chemicals $112 million4. South Korea $608 million 4. Minerals & Ores $108 million5. Japan $591 million 5. Processed Foods $76 million China is Missouri’s 3rd-largest export market©2012, The US-China Business Council Source: US Department of Commerce
  34. 34. Montana Exports to China ($ million) Growth in Montana’s Exports, 2000–2011 Exports to China: 2,320% Exports to Rest of World: 173%Montana’s Top Export Markets, 2011 Montana’s Top Exports to China, 20111. Canada $591 million 1. Chemicals $46 million2. South Korea $227 million 2. Primary Metal Manufacturing $43 million3. Mexico $129 million 3. Transportation Equipment $12 million4. China $120 million 4. Minerals & Ores $6 million5. Taiwan $66 million 5. Machinery (except Electrical) $5 million China is Montana’s 4th-largest export market©2012, The US-China Business Council Source: US Department of Commerce
  35. 35. Nebraska Exports to China ($ million) Growth in Nebraska Exports, 2000–2011 Exports to China: 632% Exports to Rest of World: 193%Nebraska’s Top Export Markets, 2011 Nebraska’s Top Exports to China, 20111. Canada $2.0 billion 1. Processed Foods $239 million2. Mexico $1.9 billion 2. Machinery (except Electrical) $29 million3. Japan $537 million 3. Chemicals $26 million4. China $380 million 4. Waste & Scrap $20 million5. South Korea $332 million 5. Leather & Related Products $20 million China is Nebraska’s 4th-largest export market©2012, The US-China Business Council Source: US Department of Commerce
  36. 36. Nevada Exports to China ($ million) Growth in Nevada Exports, 2000–2011 Exports to China: 4,459% Exports to Rest of World: 413%Nevada’s Top Export Markets, 2011 Nevada’s Top Exports to China, 20111. Switzerland $3.7 billion 1. Minerals & Ores $236 million2. Canada $1.3 billion 2. Computers & Electronics $110 million3. China $424 million 3. Chemicals $23 million4. Mexico $320 million 4. Machinery (except Electrical) $17 million5. Japan $274 million 5. Miscellaneous Manufacturing $7 million China is Nevada’s 3rd-largest export market©2012, The US-China Business Council Source: US Department of Commerce
  37. 37. New Hampshire Exports to China ($ million) Growth in New Hampshire Exports, 2000–2011 Exports to China: 1,032% Exports to Rest of World: 69%New Hampshire’s Top Export Markets, 2011 New Hampshire’s Top Exports to China, 20111. Mexico $943 million 1. Machinery (except Electrical) $203 million2. Canada $648 million 2. Computers & Electronics $62 million3. China $338 million 3. Fabricated Metal Products $16 million4. Germany $233 million 4. Electrical Equipment $13 million5. United Kingdom $200 million 5. Waste & Scrap $8 million China is New Hampshire’s 3rd-largest export market©2012, The US-China Business Council Source: US Department of Commerce
  38. 38. New Jersey Exports to China ($ million) Growth in New Jersey Exports, 2000–2011 Exports to China: 617% Exports to Rest of World: 98%New Jersey’s Top Export Markets, 2011 New Jersey’s Top Exports to China, 20111. Canada $7.0 billion 1. Machinery (except Electrical) $494 million2. United Kingdom $2.6 billion 2. Primary Metal Manufacturing $345 million3. Mexico $2.1 billion 3. Chemicals $287 million4. The Netherlands $2.0 billion 4. Waste & Scrap $149 million5. China $1.9 billion 5. Transportation Equipment $121 million China is New Jersey’s 5th-largest export market©2012, The US-China Business Council Source: US Department of Commerce
  39. 39. New Mexico Exports to China ($ million) Growth in New Mexico Exports, 2000–2011 Exports to China: -25% Exports to Rest of World: -12%New Mexico’s Top Export Markets, 2011 New Mexico’s Top Exports to China, 20111. Mexico $464 million 1. Computers & Electronics $38 million2. Israel $442 million 2. Crop Production $15 million3. Canada $349 million 3. Processed Foods $12 million4. China $90 million 4. Machinery (except Electrical) $9 million5. United Kingdom $81 million 5. Electrical Equipment $3 million China is New Mexico’s 4th-largest export market©2012, The US-China Business Council Source: US Department of Commerce
  40. 40. New York Exports to China ($ million) Growth in New York Exports, 2000–2011 Exports to China: 472% Exports to Rest of World: 86%New York’s Top Export Markets, 2011 New York’s Top Exports to China, 20111. Canada $14.1 billion 1. Waste & Scrap $1.2 billion2. Hong Kong $8.1 billion 2. Machinery (except Electrical) $812 million3. United Kingdom $6.6 billion 3. Chemicals $393 million4. Israel $5.1 billion 4. Transportation Equipment $372 million6. China $4.5 billion 5. Computers & Electronics $304 million China is New York’s 6th-largest export market©2012, The US-China Business Council Source: US Department of Commerce
  41. 41. North Carolina Exports to China ($ million) Growth in North Carolina Exports, 2000–2011 Exports to China: 651% Exports to Rest of World: 38%North Carolina’s Top Export Markets, 2011 North Carolina’s Top Exports to China, 20111. Canada $6.3 billion 1. Machinery (except Electrical) $428 million2. China $2.6 billion 2. Computers & Electronics $330 million3. Mexico $2.0 billion 3. Chemicals $321 million4. Japan $1.6 billion 4. Waste & Scrap $211 million5. Germany $1.1 billion 5. Paper Products $193 million China is North Carolina’s 2nd-largest export market©2012, The US-China Business Council Source: US Department of Commerce
  42. 42. North Dakota Exports to China ($ million) Growth in North Dakota Exports, 2000–2011 Exports to China: 343% Exports to Rest of World: 441%North Dakota’s Top Export Markets, 2011 North Dakota’s Top Exports to China, 20111. Canada $2.2 billion 1. Machinery (except Electrical) $13 million2. Mexico $178 million 2. Crop Production $3 million3. Belgium $89 million 3. Petroleum & Coal Products $1 million4. Australia $83 million 4. Minerals & Ores $804,00017. China $22 million 5. Transportation Equipment $782,000 China is North Dakota’s 17th-largest export market©2012, The US-China Business Council Source: US Department of Commerce
  43. 43. Ohio Exports to China ($ million) Growth in Ohio Exports, 2000–2011 Exports to China: 838% Exports to Rest of World: 68%Ohio’s Top Export Markets, 2011 Ohio’s Top Exports to China, 20111. Canada $18.7 billion 1. Machinery (except Electrical) $543 million2. Mexico $4.0 billion 2. Computers & Electronics $339 million3. China $2.7 billion 3. Transportation Equipment $338 million4. France $2.4 billion 4. Chemicals $301 million5. Brazil $1.7 billion 5. Waste & Scrap $265 million China is Ohio’s 3rd-largest export market©2012, The US-China Business Council Source: US Department of Commerce
  44. 44. Oklahoma Exports to China ($ million) Growth in Oklahoma Exports, 2000–2011 Exports to China: 785% Exports to Rest of World: 93%Oklahoma’s Top Export Markets, 2011 Oklahoma’s Top Exports to China, 20111. Canada $1.9 billion 1. Crop Production $96 million2. Mexico $523 million 2. Computers & Electronics $56 million3. Japan $405 million 3. Machinery (except Electrical) $54 million4. China $367 million 4. Primary Metal Manufacturing $38 million5. Singapore $169 million 5. Waste & Scrap $25 million China is Oklahoma’s 4th-largest export market©2012, The US-China Business Council Source: US Department of Commerce
  45. 45. Oregon Exports to China ($ million) Growth in Oregon Exports, 2000–2011 Exports to China: 936% Exports to Rest of World: 36%Oregon’s Top Export Markets, 2011 Oregon’s Top Exports to China, 20111. China $3.2 billion 1. Computers & Electronics $1.6 billion2. Canada $2.7 billion 2. Chemicals $348 million3. Malaysia $2.2 billion 3. Waste & Scrap $341 million4. Japan $1.6 billion 4. Crop Production $295 million5. South Korea $1.1 billion 5. Forestry Products $136 million China is Oregon’s largest export market©2012, The US-China Business Council Source: US Department of Commerce
  46. 46. Pennsylvania Exports to China ($ million) Growth in Pennsylvania Exports, 2000–2011 Exports to China: 1,177% Exports to Rest of World: 103%Pennsylvania’s Top Export Markets, 2011 Pennsylvania’s Top Exports to China, 20111. Canada $11.4 billion 1. Chemicals $834 million2. China $3.5 billion 2. Machinery (except Electrical) $597 million3. Mexico $2.6 billion 3. Minerals & Ores $594 million4. Japan $2.1 billion 4. Computers & Electronics $427 million5. Germany $1.8 billion 5. Primary Metal Manufacturing $233 million China is Pennsylvania’s 2nd-largest export market©2012, The US-China Business Council Source: US Department of Commerce
  47. 47. Rhode Island Exports to China ($ million) Growth in Rhode Island Exports, 2000–2011 Exports to China: 463% Exports to Rest of World: 88%Rhode Island’s Top Export Markets, 2011 Rhode Island’s Top Exports to China, 20111. Canada $643 million 1. Primary Metal Manufacturing $25 million2. Germany $233 million 2. Chemicals $23 million3. Mexico $158 million 3. Machinery (except Electrical) $17 million4. Turkey $134 million 4. Waste & Scrap $11 million5. China $99 million 5. Computers & Electronics $7 million China is Rhode Island’s 5th-largest export market©2012, The US-China Business Council Source: US Department of Commerce
  48. 48. South Carolina Exports to China ($ million) Growth in South Carolina Exports, 2000–2011 Exports to China: 2,261% Exports to Rest of World: 157%South Carolina’s Top Export Markets, 2011 South Carolina’s Top Exports to China, 20111. Germany $4.0 billion 1. Transportation Equipment $1.7 billion2. Canada $3.7 billion 2. Chemicals $271 million3. China $3.0 billion 3. Waste & Scrap $257 million4. Mexico $1.8 billion 4. Machinery (except Electrical) $234 million5. United Kingdom $1.4 billion 5. Computers & Electronics $170 million China is South Carolina’s 3rd-largest export market©2012, The US-China Business Council Source: US Department of Commerce
  49. 49. South Dakota Exports to China ($ million) Growth in South Dakota Exports, 2000–2011 Exports to China: 975% Exports to Rest of World: 106%South Dakota’s Top Export Markets, 2011 South Dakota Top Exports to China, 20111. Canada $517 million 1. Processed Foods $44 million2. Mexico $395 million 2. Minerals & Ores $7 million3. China $70 million 3. Chemicals $6 million4. Japan $55 million 4. Machinery (except Electrical) $5 million5. Germany $43 million 5. Computers & Electronics $3 million China is South Dakota’s 3rd-largest export market©2012, The US-China Business Council Source: US Department of Commerce
  50. 50. Tennessee Exports to China ($ million) Growth in Tennessee Exports, 2000–2011 Exports to China: 1,175% Exports to Rest of World: 145%Tennessee’s Top Export Markets, 2011 Tennessee’s Top Exports to China, 20111. Canada $8.3 billion 1. Chemicals $609 million2. Mexico $3.8 billion 2. Crop Production $321 million3. China $2.0 billion 3. Computers & Electronics $213 million4. Japan $1.6 billion 4. Waste & Scrap $192 million5. Belgium $1.1 billion 5. Miscellaneous Manufacturing $165 million China is Tennessee’s 3rd-largest export market©2012, The US-China Business Council Source: US Department of Commerce
  51. 51. Texas Exports to China ($ million) Growth in Texas Exports, 2000–2011 Exports to China: 653% Exports to Rest of World: 133%Texas’ Top Export Markets, 2011 Texas’ Top Exports to China, 20111. Mexico $86.6 billion 1. Chemicals $3.9 billion2. Canada $22.0 billion 2. Crop Production $1.6 billion3. China $10.9 billion 3. Computers & Electronics $1.3 billion4. Brazil $10.0 billion 4. Machinery (except Electrical) $1.1 billion5. The Netherlands $9.0 billion 5. Waste & Scrap $887 million China is Texas’ 3rd-largest export market©2012, The US-China Business Council Source: US Department of Commerce
  52. 52. Utah Exports to China ($ million) Growth in Utah Exports, 2000–2011 Exports to China: 1,497% Exports to Rest of World: 477%Utah’s Top Export Markets, 2011 Utah’s Top Exports to China, 20111. United Kingdom $6.6 billion 1. Computers & Electronics $210 million2. Hong Kong $3.8 billion 2. Waste & Scrap $65 million3. Canada $1.3 billion 3. Chemicals $45 million4. Thailand $708 million 4. Machinery (except Electrical) $42 million8. China $520 million 5. Processed Foods $38 million China is Utah’s 8th-largest export market©2012, The US-China Business Council Source: US Department of Commerce
  53. 53. Vermont Exports to China ($ million) Growth in Vermont Exports, 2000–2011 Exports to China: 5,784% Exports to Rest of World: -13%Vermont’s Top Export Markets, 2011 Vermont’s Top Exports to China, 20111. Canada $1.9 billion 1. Miscellaneous Manufacturing $503 million2. China $778 million 2. Computers & Electronics $220 million3. Hong Kong $273 million 3. Processed Foods $13 million4. Taiwan $202 million 4. Machinery (except Electrical) $11 million5. South Korea $152 million 5. Minerals & Ores $7 million China is Vermont’s 2nd-largest export market©2012, The US-China Business Council Source: US Department of Commerce
  54. 54. Virginia Exports to China ($ million) Growth in Virginia Exports, 2000–2011 Exports to China: 787% Exports to Rest of World: 42%Virginia’s Top Export Markets, 2011 Virginia’s Top Exports to China, 20111. Canada $2.9 billion 1. Chemicals $466 million2. China $1.8 billion 2. Waste & Scrap $208 million3. United Kingdom $1.1 billion 3. Computers & Electronics $191 million4. Mexico $901 million 4. Machinery (except Electrical) $152 million5. Germany $868 million 5. Paper Products $140 million China is Virginia’s 2nd-largest export market©2012, The US-China Business Council Source: US Department of Commerce
  55. 55. Washington Exports to China ($ million) Growth in Washington Exports, 2000–2011 Exports to China: 489% Exports to Rest of World: 76%Washington’s Top Export Markets, 2011 Washington’s Top Exports to China, 20111. China $11.2 billion 1. Transportation Equipment $4.0 billion2. Canada $8.4 billion 2. Crop Production $3.8 billion3. Japan $6.5 billion 3. Waste & Scrap $665 million4. South Korea $3.3 billion 4. Forestry Products $562 million5. United Arab Emirates $2.8 billion 5. Computers & Electronics $450 million China is Washington’s largest export market©2012, The US-China Business Council Source: US Department of Commerce
  56. 56. West Virginia Exports to China ($ million) Growth in West Virginia Exports, 2000–2011 Exports to China: 1,078% Exports to Rest of World: 293%West Virginia’s Top Export Markets, 2011 West Virginia’s Top Exports to China, 20111. Canada $1.5 billion 1. Chemicals $195 million2. Brazil $695 million 2. Minerals & Ores $94 million3. The Netherlands $689 million 3. Miscellaneous Manufacturing $23 million4. India $644 million 4. Primary Metal Manufacturing $21 million8. China $419 million 5. Wood Products $19 million China is West Virginia’s 8th-largest export market©2012, The US-China Business Council Source: US Department of Commerce
  57. 57. Wisconsin Exports to China ($ million) Growth in Wisconsin Exports, 2000–2011 Exports to China: 679% Exports to Rest of World: 100%Wisconsin’s Top Export Markets, 2011 Wisconsin’s Top Exports to China, 20111. Canada $7.1 billion 1. Machinery (except Electrical) $442 million2. Mexico $2.0 billion 2. Computers & Electronics $288 million3. China $1.4 billion 3. Waste & Scrap $140 million4. Germany $881 million 4. Fabricated Metal Products $82 million5. Australia $763 million 5. Processed Foods $73 million China is Wisconsin’s 3rd-largest export market©2012, The US-China Business Council Source: US Department of Commerce
  58. 58. Wyoming Exports to China ($ million) Growth in Wyoming Exports, 2000–2011 Exports to China: -65% Exports to Rest of World: 148%Wyoming’s Top Export Markets, 2011 Wyoming’s Top Exports to China, 20111. Canada $330 million 1. Minerals & Ores $1 million2. Brazil $101 million 2. Computers & Electronics $531,0003. Australia $82 million 3. Processed Foods $469,0004. Mexico $78 million 4. Chemicals $366,00034. China $4 million 5. Machinery (except Electrical) $288,000 China is Wyoming’s 34th-largest export market©2012, The US-China Business Council Source: US Department of Commerce

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