Tables

Overall Economic Performance

Table US 1: Real gross domestic exports product, change from previous year (percent)
Region
2013
2014
World 3.3 3.3
Advanced economies 1.3 1.8
United States
2.2 2.4
Canada
2 2.4
Euro Area
-0.5 0.8
Japan
1.6 0.1
Emerging markets/developing economies 4.7 4.4
China
7.8 7.4
Latin America and Caribbean
2.8 1.2
Mexico
1.4 2.1
Sub-Saharan Africa
5.2 4.8
Source: International Monetary Fund (IMF), World Economic Outlook Update, January 2015 (accessed February 26, 2015).

U.S. Trade by Industry Sector and Selected Trading Partners

Table US.2: U.S. total exports, general imports, and merchandise trade balance, by major industry/commodity sectors, 2010–14
 
Million $
 
           
Absolute change,
Percent change,
Item
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2013-14
2013-14
U.S. total exports:
             
Agricultural products
125,498 150,461 154,130 157,655 164,848 7,192 4.6
Forest products
37,699 40,849 39,832 40,835 41,280 445 1.1
Chemicals and related products
207,025 225,308 228,914 231,276 234,687 3,411 1.5
Energy-related products
87,109 137,176 143,356 154,575 162,553 7,977 5.2
Textiles and apparel
19,716 22,372 22,472 23,324 23,916 592 2.5
Footwear
1,105 1,290 1,332 1,391 1,449 58 4.2
Minerals and metals
128,405 165,012 164,013 161,636 153,122 -8,515 -5.3
Machinery
117,436 130,321 138,530 139,636 145,526 5,890 4.2
Transportation equipment
241,259 280,064 313,445 322,112 335,629 13,516 4.2
Electronic products
237,192 251,669 257,690 261,223 267,573 6,350 2.4
Miscellaneous manufactures
35,676 38,608 41,354 43,813 47,946 4,133 9.4
Special provisions
40,374 39,378 40,635 42,116 44,916 2,800 6.6
Total
1,278,495 1,482,508 1,545,703 1,579,593 1,623,443 43,850 2.8
U.S. general imports:
             
Agricultural products
98,218 116,374 123,323 126,678 136,184 9,506 7.5
Forest products
35,775 36,274 37,071 39,996 42,092 2,096 5.2
Chemicals and related products
205,093 237,927 237,262 236,704 251,615 14,911 6.3
Energy-related products
360,138 458,764 428,235 384,153 349,955 -34,198 -8.9
Textiles and apparel
104,504 113,848 113,866 118,019 121,684 3,665 3.1
Footwear
20,903 22,654 23,887 24,810 26,014 1,203 4.8
Minerals and metals
157,246 193,651 195,080 190,435 205,082 14,648 7.7
Machinery
131,051 156,123 167,784 170,212 184,701 14,488 8.5
Transportation equipment
269,017 309,994 363,318 375,445 403,018 27,572 7.3
Electronic products
378,626 402,543 415,476 421,672 438,167 16,495 3.9
Miscellaneous manufactures
97,659 99,878 104,751 109,931 114,314 4,383 4
Special provisions
55,626 59,924 66,250 70,265 72,362 2,097 3
Total
1,913,857 2,207,954 2,276,302 2,268,321 2,345,187 76,866 3.4
U.S. merchandise trade balance:
             
Agricultural products
27,280 34,087 30,807 30,978 28,664 -2,314 -7.5
Forest products
1,924 4,575 2,761 839 -812 -1,651 (a)
Chemicals and related products
1,932 -12,619 -8,348 -5,429 -16,928 -11,499 -211.8
Energy-related products
-273,029 -321,588 -284,878 -229,577 -187,402 42,175 18.4
Textiles and apparel
-84,788 -91,475 -91,394 -94,696 -97,768 -3,073 -3.2
Footwear
-19,797 -21,364 -22,555 -23,419 -24,564 -1,145 -4.9
Minerals and metals
-28,841 -28,640 -31,068 -28,798 -51,961 -23,162 -80.4
Machinery
-13,615 -25,803 -29,253 -30,576 -39,175 -8,599 -28.1
Transportation equipment
-27,757 -29,930 -49,873 -53,333 -67,389 -14,056 -26.4
Electronic products
-141,434 -150,874 -157,786 -160,449 -170,594 -10,145 -6.3
Miscellaneous manufactures
-61,983 -61,270 -63,397 -66,118 -66,368 -250 -0.4
Special provisions
-15,253 -20,546 -25,615 -28,149 -27,446 703 2.5
Total
-635,362 -725,447 -730,599 -688,728 -721,744 -33,016 -4.8
Source: Compiled from official statistics of the U.S. Department of Commerce for the 2010–14 period. These reflect all official revisions of previously published data up to June 2014 (accessed March 31, 2015).
Note: Import values are based on Customs value; export values are based on free along ship value, U.S. port of export. Calculations based on unrounded data. Sectors are ordered by the level of processing of the products.
a Not meaningful for purposes of comparison.
Table US.3: All merchandise sectors: Leading changes in U.S. exports and imports, 2010–14
 
Million $
 
           
Absolute change,
Percent change,
Item
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2013-14
2013-14
U.S. total exports:
             
Increases:
             
Transportation equipment:
             
Aircraft, spacecraft, and related equipment (TE013)
79,541 87,671 103,742 113,872 123,805 9,933 8.7
Motor vehicles (TE009)
52,749 63,983 70,432 74,023 77,692 3,669 5
Energy-related products:
             
Crude petroleum (EP004)
1,731 2,084 2,634 5,103 12,246 7,143 140
Natural gas and components (EP006)
8,452 10,578 9,251 13,022 17,989 4,967 38.1
Miscellaneous manufactures:
             
Works of art and miscellaneous manufactured goods (MS017)
7,199 7,670 8,136 8,489 11,006 2,517 29.6
Precious jewelry and related articles (MS006)
6,458 7,680 8,748 10,146 11,331 1,185 11.7
Decreases:
             
Minerals and metals:
             
Precious metals and non-numismatic coins (MM020)
30,045 44,932 45,307 41,719 29,982 -11,737 -28.1
Copper and related articles (MM036)
7,468 9,113 9,082 8,471 8,030 -441 -5.2
Coal, coke, and related chemical products (EP003)
12,612 19,405 17,537 13,778 10,325 -3,453 -25.1
All other
1,072,240 1,229,393 1,270,833 1,290,969 1,321,038 30,068 2.3
Total
1,278,495 1,482,508 1,545,703 1,579,593 1,623,443 43,850 2.8
U.S. general imports:              
Increases:
             
Transportation equipment:
             
Certain motor-vehicle parts (TE010)
54,444 63,368 73,333 75,206 82,013 6,806 9
Motor vehicles (TE009)
130,065 140,963 168,195 176,780 183,251 6,471 3.7
Aircraft, spacecraft, and related equipment (TE013)
18,766 21,463 24,134 29,423 34,264 4,841 16.5
Telecommunications equipment (EL002)
74,406 80,170 83,922 91,776 98,161 6,386 7
Semiconductor manufacturing equipment  and robotics (MT019)
9,332 14,005 12,917 11,690 14,173 2,484 21.2
Decreases:
             
Energy-related products:
             
Crude petroleum (EP004)
260,105 336,687 315,820 273,836 246,970 -26,866 -9.8
Petroleum products (EP005)
69,267 94,648 92,564 89,209 79,808 -9,401 -10.5
All other
1,297,470 1,456,650 1,505,418 1,520,402 1,606,547 86,145 5.7
Total 1,913,857 2,207,954 2,276,302 2,268,321 2,345,187 76,866 3.4
Source: Compiled from official statistics of the U.S. Department of Commerce for the 2010–14 period. These reflect all official revisions of previously published data up to June 2014 (accessed February 20, 2015).
Note: Import values are based on Customs value; export values are based on free along ship value, U.S. port of export. Calculations based on unrounded data
Table US.4: All merchandise sectors: U.S. total exports, general imports, and merchandise trade balance, by selected trading partners and groups, 2010–14
 
Million $
 
           
Absolute change,
Percent change,
Item
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2013-14
2013-14
U.S. total exports:
             
Canada
249,256 281,292 292,651 301,610 312,125 10,516 3.5
China
91,911 104,122 110,516 121,736 124,024 2,288 1.9
Mexico
163,665 198,289 215,907 226,079 240,326 14,247 6.3
Japan
60,472 65,800 69,964 65,206 66,964 1,758 2.7
Germany
48,155 49,294 48,801 47,362 49,443 2,081 4.4
South Korea
38,821 43,462 42,265 41,715 44,544 2,829 6.8
United Kingdom
48,410 56,033 54,860 47,353 53,865 6,512 13.8
France
26,970 27,857 30,811 31,745 31,197 -547 -1.7
Brazil
35,418 43,019 43,807 44,119 42,418 -1,701 -3.9
Taiwan
26,050 25,932 24,337 25,472 26,836 1,363 5.4
All other
489,367 587,409 611,785 627,197 631,701 4,504 0.7
Total
1,278,495 1,482,508 1,545,703 1,579,593 1,623,443 43,850 2.8
EU-28 239,903 269,580 265,686 262,151 276,698 14,548 5.5
OPEC 54,226 64,809 81,732 84,679 82,729 -1,950 -2.3
Latin America 302,241 367,301 399,138 410,478 425,123 14,645 3.6
Asia 338,678 380,707 386,958 402,075 408,279 6,204 1.5
Sub-Saharan Africa 17,110 21,165 22,503 23,938 25,381 1,443 6
U.S. general imports:              
Canada 277,637 315,325 324,264 332,553 346,063 13,510 4.1
China 364,953 399,371 425,626 440,448 466,656 26,209 6
Mexico 229,986 262,874 277,594 280,529 294,157 13,629 4.9
Japan 120,552 128,928 146,438 138,573 133,939 -4,635 -3.3
Germany 82,450 98,684 109,226 114,345 123,181 8,836 7.7
South Korea 48,875 56,661 58,902 62,386 69,606 7,219 11.6
United Kingdom 49,805 51,263 55,003 52,817 54,049 1,231 2.3
France 38,355 40,049 41,647 45,708 47,015 1,307 2.9
Brazil 23,958 31,737 32,123 27,634 30,337 2,703 9.8
Taiwan 35,847 41,405 38,861 37,940 40,572 2,632 6.9
All other 641,438 781,658 766,620 735,389 739,613 4,224 0.6
Total 1,913,857 2,207,954 2,276,302 2,268,321 2,345,187 76,866 3.4
EU-28 319,600 368,902 382,197 387,591 417,837 30,245 7.8
OPEC 149,893 191,470 180,752 152,690 132,132 -20,558 -13.5
Latin America 361,412 437,165 449,384 439,041 444,588 5,547 1.3
Asia 721,630 796,218 849,763 865,588 910,823 45,235 5.2
Sub-Saharan Africa 65,026 74,322 49,624 39,294 26,751 -12,542 -31.9
U.S. merchandise trade balance:              
Canada -28,380 -34,033 -31,613 -30,943 -33,937 -2,994 -9.7
China -273,042 -295,250 -315,111 -318,711 -342,633 -23,921 -7.5
Mexico -66,321 -64,585 -61,687 -54,450 -53,831 618 1.1
Japan -60,080 -63,128 -76,474 -73,368 -66,975 6,393 8.7
Germany -34,295 -49,390 -60,425 -66,983 -73,738 -6,756 -10.1
South Korea -10,055 -13,200 -16,636 -20,672 -25,062 -4,390 -21.2
United Kingdom -1,395 4,771 -143 -5,464 -183 5,280 96.6
France -11,386 -12,192 -10,835 -13,963 -15,818 -1,855 -13.3
Brazil 11,460 11,282 11,684 16,485 12,081 -4,403 -26.7
Taiwan -9,797 -15,473 -14,523 -12,468 -13,736 -1,268 -10.2
All other -152,071 -194,249 -154,835 -108,192 -107,913 280 0.3
Total -635,362 -725,447 -730,599 -688,728 -721,744 -33,016 -4.8
EU-28 -79,697 -99,322 -116,512 -125,441 -141,138 -15,698 -12.5
OPEC -95,667 -126,661 -99,021 -68,011 -49,403 18,608 27.4
Latin America -59,171 -69,864 -50,247 -28,564 -19,465 9,098 31.9
Asia -382,951 -415,512 -462,805 -463,513 -502,544 -39,032 -8.4
Sub-Saharan Africa -47,916 -53,157 -27,121 -15,356 -1,370 13,986 91.1
Source: Compiled from official statistics of the U.S. Department of Commerce for the 2010–14 period. These reflect all official revisions of previously published data up to June 2014 (accessed February 20, 2015).
Note: Import values are based on Customs value; export values are based on free along ship value, U.S. port of export. Calculations based on unrounded data

Country: China

Table CN.1: China: U.S. total exports, general imports, and merchandise trade balance, by major industry/commodity sectors, 2010–14
 
Million $
 
           
Absolute change,
Percent change,
Item
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2013-14
2013-14
U.S. total exports:              
Agricultural products 18,310 20,162 27,201 26,840 26,078 -761 -2.8
Forest products 5,109 6,932 6,376 6,905 7,041 136 2
Chemicals and related products 13,607 15,396 14,433 14,536 14,719 183 1.3
Energy-related products 1,637 2,337 2,702 3,155 2,139 -1,015 -32.2
Textiles and apparel 1,115 1,279 1,285 1,388 1,274 -114 -8.2
Footwear 58 62 54 51 56 5 8.9
Minerals and metals 11,110 14,084 12,461 12,238 10,967 -1,270 -10.4
Machinery 8,373 9,456 8,966 9,542 10,084 542 5.7
Transportation equipment 13,013 16,319 18,506 26,057 29,932 3,875 14.9
Electronic products 17,529 16,180 16,893 19,304 19,897 593 3.1
Miscellaneous manufactures 749 1,028 802 767 845 78 10.1
Special provisions 1,301 886 837 954 990 36 3.8
Total 91,911 104,122 110,516 121,736 124,024 2,288 1.9
U.S. general imports:              
Agricultural products 5,665 6,514 7,063 6,989 7,008 19 0.3
Forest products 7,131 7,344 8,029 8,288 8,818 530 6.4
Chemicals and related products 21,338 25,700 28,022 29,470 31,874 2,404 8.2
Energy-related products 492 620 393 511 634 123 24.1
Textiles and apparel 42,195 44,884 45,066 46,469 47,204 735 1.6
Footwear 15,917 16,723 17,148 17,016 17,066 51 0.3
Minerals and metals 22,293 25,369 27,034 27,786 30,922 3,137 11.3
Machinery 32,552 36,783 41,031 44,346 48,024 3,677 8.3
Transportation equipment 11,971 15,440 17,046 18,052 21,499 3,446 19.1
Electronic products 143,695 158,625 170,940 176,141 186,289 10,148 5.8
Miscellaneous manufactures 57,793 57,224 59,420 60,787 62,866 2,078 3.4
Special provisions 3,910 4,146 4,436 4,592 4,453 -140 -3
Total 364,953 399,371 425,626 440,448 466,656 26,209 6
U.S. merchandise trade balance:              
Agricultural products 12,645 13,647 20,138 19,851 19,070 -781 -3.9
Forest products -2,022 -412 -1,653 -1,383 -1,777 -394 -28.5
Chemicals and related products -7,731 -10,304 -13,589 -14,934 -17,155 -2,221 -14.9
Energy-related products 1,145 1,718 2,310 2,644 1,505 -1,139 -43.1
Textiles and apparel -41,080 -43,605 -43,782 -45,082 -45,931 -849 -1.9
Footwear -15,859 -16,661 -17,094 -16,964 -17,010 -46 -0.3
Minerals and metals -11,183 -11,285 -14,573 -15,548 -19,955 -4,407 -28.3
Machinery -24,179 -27,327 -32,065 -34,805 -37,940 -3,135 -9
Transportation equipment 1,042 879 1,460 8,005 8,433 428 5.4
Electronic products -126,166 -142,445 -154,048 -156,837 -166,392 -9,555 -6.1
Miscellaneous manufactures -57,044 -56,195 -58,618 -60,020 -62,021 -2,001 -3.3
Special provisions -2,609 -3,260 -3,599 -3,639 -3,462 176 4.8
Total -273,042 -295,250 -315,111 -318,711 -342,633 -23,921 -7.5
Source: Compiled from official statistics of the U.S. Department of Commerce for the 2010–14 period. These reflect all official revisions of previously published data up to June 2014 (accessed February 20, 2015).
Note: Import values are based on Customs value; export values are based on free along ship value, U.S. port of export. Calculations based on unrounded data. Sectors are ordered by the level of processing of the products classified within each sector.
Table CN.2: China: Leading changes in U.S. total exports and general imports, 2010–14
 
Million $
 
           
Absolute change,
Percent change,
Item
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2013-14
2013-14
U.S. total exports:              
Increases:              
Transportation equipment:              
Motor vehicles (TE009) 3,472 5,331 5,861 8,626 11,123 2,498 29
Aircraft, spacecraft, and related equipment (TE013) 5,762 6,398 8,363 12,587 13,924 1,336 10.6
Electronic products:              
Semiconductors and integrated circuits (EL015) 6,407 4,603 3,836 4,654 5,339 745 16
Medical goods (EL022) 1,650 2,039 2,518 2,675 2,953 278 10.4
Machinery:              
Semiconductor manufacturing equipment (MT019A) 2,347 1,931 1,326 1,605 1,932 327 20.4
Electric motors, generators, and related equipment (MT023) 332 446 472 469 649 181 38.5
Decreases:              
Agricultural products:              
Cotton, not carded or combed (AG049) 2,061 2,553 3,411 2,183 1,106 -1,076 -49.3
Cereals (AG030) 338 1,013 1,535 2,372 1,756 -615 -25.9
Energy-related products:              
Coal, coke, and related chemical products (EP003) 726 1,002 1,306 1,223 369 -854 -69.8
Petroleum products (EP005) 870 1,248 1,295 1,731 1,424 -308 -17.8
All other 67,947 77,557 80,592 83,611 83,388 -223 -0.3
Total 91,911 104,122 110,516 121,736 124,024 2,288 1.9
U.S. general imports:              
Increases:              
Electronic products:              
Telecommunications equipment (EL002) 30,624 37,129 48,844 54,652 59,961 5,309 9.7
Consumer electronics (EL003) 21,841 17,943 18,124 17,004 17,844 840 4.9
Certain motor-vehicle parts (TE010) 5,493 6,623 7,558 8,325 9,709 1,384 16.6
Steel mill products (MM025) 1,115 1,774 1,947 1,804 2,876 1,072 59.4
Machinery:              
Household appliances, including commercial  applications (MT004) 8,313 8,764 9,658 10,989 11,851 861 7.8
Pumps for liquids (MT001) 1,217 1,551 1,851 1,846 2,248 402 21.7
Electrical transformers, static converters, and inductors (MT024) 3,125 3,221 3,317 3,786 4,127 341 9
All other 293,225 322,366 334,327 342,041 358,041 16,001 4.7
Total 364,953 399,371 425,626 440,448 466,656 26,209 6
Source: Compiled from official statistics of the U.S. Department of Commerce for the 2010–14 period. These reflect all official revisions of previously published data up to June 2014 (accessed March 27, 2015).
Note: Import values are based on Customs value; export values are based on free along ship value, U.S. port of export. Calculations based on unrounded data.

Country: Japan

Table JA.1: Japan: U.S. total exports, general imports, and merchandise trade balance, by major industry/commodity sectors, 2010–14
 
Million $
 
           
Absolute change,
Percent change,
Item
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2013-14
2013-14
U.S. total exports:              
Agricultural products 13,010 15,380 14,720 13,393 14,401 1,008 7.5
Forest products 2,017 2,239 2,187 2,250 2,190 -61 -2.7
Chemicals and related products 11,454 11,698 12,694 11,199 11,736 537 4.8
Energy-related products 2,788 3,468 3,484 3,307 2,974 -333 -10.1
Textiles and apparel 582 634 697 722 660 -62 -8.6
Footwear 79 93 92 84 77 -7 -8
Minerals and metals 3,412 4,026 3,443 3,654 3,874 219 6
Machinery 3,468 3,939 3,543 3,877 4,347 470 12.1
Transportation equipment 7,849 8,202 11,924 10,507 10,421 -86 -0.8
Electronic products 12,130 13,145 14,270 13,336 13,111 -225 -1.7
Miscellaneous manufactures 1,843 1,838 1,889 1,864 1,949 85 4.6
Special provisions 1,840 1,139 1,022 1,011 1,223 212 21
Total 60,472 65,800 69,964 65,206 66,964 1,758 2.7
U.S. general imports:              
Agricultural products 717 762 787 763 782 19 2.5
Forest products 550 511 525 468 452 -15 -3.3
Chemicals and related products 12,397 12,710 12,916 12,660 12,642 -18 -0.1
Energy-related products 685 714 697 779 568 -210 -27
Textiles and apparel 661 710 758 712 745 33 4.6
Footwear 2 2 2 3 2 -1 -37.7
Minerals and metals 5,808 7,083 8,153 7,433 7,399 -34 -0.5
Machinery 15,324 19,388 20,832 18,908 18,749 -159 -0.8
Transportation equipment 52,791 55,699 70,144 67,913 65,156 -2,757 -4.1
Electronic products 26,562 26,618 26,304 24,217 22,898 -1,320 -5.4
Miscellaneous manufactures 1,719 1,721 1,597 1,223 1,148 -75 -6.1
Special provisions 3,334 3,010 3,723 3,495 3,397 -98 -2.8
Total 120,552 128,928 146,438 138,573 133,939 -4,635 -3.3
U.S. merchandise trade balance:              
Agricultural products 12,292 14,618 13,934 12,630 13,619 989 7.8
Forest products 1,467 1,728 1,662 1,782 1,737 -45 -2.5
Chemicals and related products -942 -1,012 -222 -1,461 -906 555 38
Energy-related products 2,103 2,753 2,786 2,529 2,406 -123 -4.9
Textiles and apparel -79 -76 -61 10 -85 -95 (a)
Footwear 77 90 90 80 75 -5 -6.8
Minerals and metals -2,397 -3,057 -4,710 -3,779 -3,525 253 6.7
Machinery -11,856 -15,449 -17,289 -15,031 -14,402 629 4.2
Transportation equipment -44,942 -47,497 -58,221 -57,405 -54,734 2,671 4.7
Electronic products -14,433 -13,473 -12,033 -10,881 -9,786 1,095 10.1
Miscellaneous manufactures 124 117 291 641 801 160 24.9
Special provisions -1,495 -1,871 -2,701 -2,484 -2,174 310 12.5
Total -60,080 -63,128 -76,474 -73,368 -66,975 6,393 8.7
Source: Compiled from official statistics of the U.S. Department of Commerce for the 2010–14 period. These reflect all official revisions of previously published data up to June 2014 (accessed February 20, 2015).
Note: Import values are based on Customs value; export values are based on free along ship value, U.S. port of export. Calculations based on unrounded data. Sectors are ordered by the level of processing of the products classified within each sector.
a Not meaningful for purposes of comparison.
Table JA.2: Japan: Leading changes in U.S. total exports and general imports, 2010–14
 
Million $
 
           
Absolute change,
Percent change,
Item
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2013-14
2013-14
U.S. total exports:              
Increases:              
Cereals (AG030) 4,169 5,607 4,365 3,177 3,985 808 25.4
Natural gas and components (EP006) 533 305 471 700 1,240 541 77.2
Decreases:              
Medical goods (EL022) 4,687 4,838 5,259 5,159 4,693 -466 -9
Energy-related products:              
Petroleum products (EP005) 968 1,218 1,503 1,532 1,156 -375 -24.5
Nuclear materials (EP002) 752 650 508 378 51 -327 -86.5
All other 49,363 53,181 57,856 54,261 55,838 1,578 2.9
Total 60,472 65,800 69,964 65,206 66,964 1,758 2.7
U.S. general imports:              
Increases:              
Transportation equipment:              
Aircraft, spacecraft, and related equipment (TE013) 2,080 2,567 3,256 3,837 4,856 1,018 26.5
Internal combustion piston engines, other than for  aircraft (TE002) 3,752 4,533 5,239 4,597 4,912 315 6.9
Decreases:              
Transportation equipment:              
Motor vehicles (TE009) 32,280 30,408 38,199 38,368 34,485 -3,883 -10.1
Certain motor-vehicle parts (TE010) 7,617 8,415 10,642 9,225 8,743 -482 -5.2
Electronic products:              
Computers, peripherals, and parts (EL017) 6,026 5,878 5,254 4,680 4,277 -403 -8.6
Consumer electronics (EL003) 3,660 3,434 3,689 2,565 2,186 -379 -14.8
All other 65,137 73,692 80,159 75,302 74,481 -821 -1.1
Total 120,552 128,928 146,438 138,573 133,939 -4,635 -3.3
Source: Compiled from official statistics of the U.S. Department of Commerce for the 2010–14 period. These reflect all official revisions of previously published data up to June 2014 (accessed March 27, 2015).
Note: Import values are based on Customs value; export values are based on free along ship value, U.S. port of export. Calculations based on unrounded data.

Country: European Union

Table EU.1: EU28: U.S. total exports, general imports, and merchandise trade balance, by major industry/commodity sectors, 2010–14
 
Million $
 
           
Absolute change,
Percent change,
Item
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2013-14
2013-14
U.S. total exports:              
Agricultural products 10,629 12,428 12,411 13,999 14,866 866 6.2
Forest products 5,248 5,355 5,225 5,171 5,291 120 2.3
Chemicals and related products 56,698 56,227 56,879 57,280 59,104 1,825 3.2
Energy-related products 14,437 27,192 26,129 26,574 24,363 -2,211 -8.3
Textiles and apparel 2,250 2,447 2,409 2,513 2,601 88 3.5
Footwear 90 104 92 111 105 -7 -5.9
Minerals and metals 24,596 31,061 27,701 21,203 24,282 3,080 14.5
Machinery 17,012 18,975 18,729 19,330 21,123 1,793 9.3
Transportation equipment 45,207 52,551 52,979 52,951 56,755 3,804 7.2
Electronic products 46,593 47,502 46,444 46,499 49,485 2,985 6.4
Miscellaneous manufactures 7,761 8,044 9,137 8,930 10,705 1,775 19.9
Special provisions 9,382 7,695 7,551 7,589 8,018 429 5.6
Total 239,903 269,580 265,686 262,151 276,698 14,548 5.5
U.S. general imports:              
Agricultural products 17,215 19,546 20,516 21,475 22,739 1,265 5.9
Forest products 4,342 4,568 4,535 4,751 4,941 190 4
Chemicals and related products 83,562 92,225 87,933 86,888 96,196 9,308 10.7
Energy-related products 23,641 27,735 27,776 24,483 22,338 -2,145 -8.8
Textiles and apparel 4,546 5,307 5,425 5,696 6,236 540 9.5
Footwear 1,284 1,572 1,687 1,869 2,087 218 11.7
Minerals and metals 23,749 29,266 30,279 29,456 32,646 3,190 10.8
Machinery 32,004 40,483 41,693 41,877 47,377 5,500 13.1
Transportation equipment 61,255 73,991 85,625 90,980 100,111 9,131 10
Electronic products 37,672 41,648 42,489 43,086 45,130 2,045 4.7
Miscellaneous manufactures 12,500 13,837 15,267 17,409 17,868 459 2.6
Special provisions 17,832 18,725 18,971 19,624 20,168 544 2.8
Total 319,600 368,902 382,197 387,591 417,837 30,245 7.8
U.S. merchandise trade balance:              
Agricultural products -6,586 -7,118 -8,104 -7,475 -7,873 -398 -5.3
Forest products 906 788 689 420 350 -70 -16.7
Chemicals and related products -26,864 -35,997 -31,053 -29,608 -37,091 -7,483 -25.3
Energy-related products -9,204 -544 -1,647 2,091 2,025 -66 -3.2
Textiles and apparel -2,296 -2,860 -3,016 -3,183 -3,635 -452 -14.2
Footwear -1,193 -1,468 -1,596 -1,757 -1,982 -225 -12.8
Minerals and metals 847 1,795 -2,578 -8,253 -8,364 -111 -1.3
Machinery -14,992 -21,509 -22,964 -22,547 -26,254 -3,707 -16.4
Transportation equipment -16,048 -21,440 -32,647 -38,028 -43,355 -5,327 -14
Electronic products 8,920 5,854 3,954 3,414 4,354 941 27.6
Miscellaneous manufactures -4,739 -5,792 -6,131 -8,479 -7,163 1,316 15.5
Special provisions -8,449 -11,030 -11,420 -12,034 -12,150 -116 -1
Total -79,697 -99,322 -116,512 -125,441 -141,138 -15,698 -12.5
Source: Compiled from official statistics of the U.S. Department of Commerce for the 2010–14 period. These reflect all official revisions of previously published data up to June 2014 (accessed February 20, 2015).
Note: Import values are based on Customs value; export values are based on free along ship value, U.S. port of export. Calculations based on unrounded data. Sectors are ordered by the level of processing of the products classified within each sector.
Table EU.2: EU28: Leading changes in U.S. exports and imports, 2010–14
 
Million $
 
           
Absolute change,
Percent change,
Item
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2013-14
2013-14
U.S. total exports:              
Increases:              
Unrefined and refined gold (MM020A) 6,628 8,957 7,364 1,504 3,298 1,793 119.2
Transportation equipment:              
Aircraft, spacecraft, and related equipment (TE013) 25,740 28,479 28,935 30,748 32,348 1,600 5.2
Motor vehicles (TE009) 6,579 9,378 9,428 8,350 9,629 1,280 15.3
Medicinal chemicals (CH019) 28,638 26,544 28,105 28,586 29,686 1,100 3.8
Decreases:              
Petroleum products (EP005) 9,190 18,319 18,517 20,223 17,876 -2,347 -11.6
All other 163,127 177,903 173,337 172,739 183,861 11,123 6.4
Total 239,903 269,580 265,686 262,151 276,698 14,548 5.5
U.S. general imports:              
Increases:              
Medicinal chemicals (CH019) 58,235 62,270 56,963 53,274 60,905 7,631 14.3
Motor vehicles (TE009) 24,447 28,349 33,844 37,176 40,305 3,129 8.4
Decreases:              
Energy-related products              
Petroleum products (EP005) 16,658 23,047 23,689 21,461 20,243 -1,219 -5.7
Crude petroleum (EP004) 3,402 1,782 888 1,011 414 -596 -59
All other 216,858 253,454 266,812 274,670 295,970 21,300 7.8
Total 319,600 368,902 382,197 387,591 417,837 30,245 7.8
Source: Compiled from official statistics of the U.S. Department of Commerce for the 2010–14 period. These reflect all official revisions of previously published data up to June 2014 (accessed March 27, 2015).
Note: Import values are based on Customs value; export values are based on free along ship value, U.S. port of export. Calculations based on unrounded data.

Country: Sub-Saharan Africa

Table SSA.1: Sub-Saharan Africa: U.S. total exports, general imports, and merchandise trade balance, by major industry/commodity sectors, 2010–14
 
Million $
 
           
Absolute change,
Percent change,
Item
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2013-14
2013-14
U.S. total exports:              
Agricultural products 2,319 3,042 2,684 2,646 2,337 -309 -11.7
Forest products 269 321 287 274 310 35 12.9
Chemicals and related products 1,620 1,951 2,119 2,136 2,116 -20 -0.9
Energy-related products 1,538 1,950 2,034 3,558 3,864 305 8.6
Textiles and apparel 245 282 296 300 298 -2 -0.7
Footwear 31 39 31 28 30 2 8.3
Minerals and metals 1,214 1,542 1,624 2,109 1,367 -742 -35.2
Machinery 2,040 2,203 2,528 2,547 2,815 268 10.5
Transportation equipment 5,541 7,336 8,283 7,660 9,507 1,847 24.1
Electronic products 1,427 1,487 1,622 1,653 1,722 68 4.1
Miscellaneous manufactures 261 295 274 265 288 23 8.6
Special provisions 604 717 720 759 726 -33 -4.3
Total 17,110 21,165 22,503 23,938 25,381 1,443 6
U.S. general imports:              
Agricultural products 1,851 2,097 1,925 1,980 2,267 287 14.5
Forest products 87 109 121 135 151 17 12.4
Chemicals and related products 1,014 1,411 1,268 1,155 1,134 -21 -1.8
Energy-related products 52,986 60,046 36,759 26,331 13,335 -12,996 -49.4
Textiles and apparel 814 929 891 966 1,050 84 8.7
Footwear 2 2 9 21 22 (a) 1.1
Minerals and metals 5,701 6,514 5,528 5,355 6,201 846 15.8
Machinery 322 365 364 344 379 35 10
Transportation equipment 1,729 2,335 2,152 2,379 1,513 -866 -36.4
Electronic products 87 109 101 116 104 -13 -10.9
Miscellaneous manufactures 229 197 194 223 235 13 5.6
Special provisions 204 208 314 289 361 72 24.9
Total 65,026 74,322 49,624 39,294 26,751 -12,542 -31.9
U.S. merchandise trade balance:              
Agricultural products 468 945 760 666 70 -597 -89.6
Forest products 183 212 166 140 159 19 13.5
Chemicals and related products 606 540 851 980 982 1 0.1
Energy-related products -51,448 -58,096 -34,725 -22,772 -9,471 13,301 58.4
Textiles and apparel -569 -646 -595 -665 -751 -86 -12.9
Footwear 29 37 22 7 9 2 31.7
Minerals and metals -4,487 -4,972 -3,903 -3,246 -4,834 -1,588 -48.9
Machinery 1,718 1,838 2,164 2,203 2,437 233 10.6
Transportation equipment 3,812 5,000 6,132 5,281 7,994 2,713 51.4
Electronic products 1,340 1,378 1,521 1,537 1,618 81 5.3
Miscellaneous manufactures 32 98 81 43 53 10 24.3
Special provisions 401 510 407 470 365 -105 -22.3
Total -47,916 -53,157 -27,121 -15,356 -1,370 13,986 91.1
Source: Compiled from official statistics of the U.S. Department of Commerce for the 2010–14 period. These reflect all official revisions of previously published data up to June 2014 (accessed February 20, 2015).
Note: Import values are based on Customs value; export values are based on free along ship value, U.S. port of export. Calculations based on unrounded data. Sectors are ordered by the level of processing of the products classified within each sector.
a Less than $500,000.
Table SSA.2: Sub-Saharan Africa: Leading changes in U.S. exports and imports, 2010–14
 
Million $
 
           
Absolute change,
Percent change,
Item
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2013-14
2013-14
U.S. total exports:              
Increases:              
Aircraft, spacecraft, and related equipment (TE013) 1,188 1,570 2,099 1,341 3,740 2,399 178.9
Energy-related products:              
Natural gas and components (EP006) 9 28 15 31 234 203 658.2
Petroleum products (EP005) 1,400 1,749 1,886 3,410 3,547 137 4
Decreases:              
Precious metals and non-numismatic coins (MM020) 410 603 571 991 55 -937 -94.5
All other 14,102 17,215 17,932 18,165 17,805 -359 -2
Total 17,110 21,165 22,503 23,938 25,381 1,443 6
U.S. general imports:              
Increases:              
Minerals and metals:              
Natural and synthetic gemstones (MM019) 1,555 1,738 1,354 1,459 1,831 372 25.5
Ferroalloys (MM022) 627 705 666 553 819 266 48.2
Precious metals and non-numismatic coins (MM020) 2,241 2,432 1,902 1,578 1,800 223 14.1
Cocoa, chocolate, and confectionery (AG037) 1,038 1,272 1,001 1,046 1,213 167 16
Apparel (TX005) 795 909 871 944 1,029 85 9
Decreases:              
Crude petroleum (EP004) 50,398 56,393 33,903 23,469 11,047 -12,422 -52.9
Motor vehicles (TE009) 1,543 2,055 1,896 2,171 1,268 -902 -41.6
All other 6,829 8,819 8,032 8,076 7,744 -332 -4.1
Total 65,026 74,322 49,624 39,294 26,751 -12,542 -31.9
Source: Compiled from official statistics of the U.S. Department of Commerce for the 2010–14 period. These reflect all official revisions of previously published data up to June 2014 (accessed March 27, 2015).
Note: Import values are based on Customs value; export values are based on free along ship value, U.S. port of export. Calculations based on unrounded data.

Sector: Agricultural Products

Table AG.1: Agricultural products: U.S. exports and general imports, by selected trading partners, 2010–14
 
Million $
 
           
Absolute change,
Percent change,
Item
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2013-14
2013-14
U.S. exports of domestic exports merchandise:              
Canada 18,051 20,692 22,346 23,138 23,710 572 2.5
Mexico 14,604 18,411 18,986 18,271 19,498 1,227 6.7
China 18,274 20,130 27,162 26,795 26,016 -779 -2.9
Japan 12,899 15,283 14,603 13,263 14,258 995 7.5
South Korea 5,625 7,380 6,510 5,804 7,471 1,667 28.7
Indonesia 2,214 2,799 2,488 2,806 2,921 115 4.1
Brazil 565 1,872 693 1,944 1,618 -326 -16.8
Italy 938 1,146 996 1,373 1,440 66 4.8
Vietnam 1,386 1,750 1,747 2,272 2,550 278 12.2
India 795 733 865 892 1,108 216 24.2
All other 46,137 55,659 52,960 55,787 58,578 2,791 5.0
Total domestic exports 121,488 145,855 149,357 152,345 159,167 6,822 4.5
Re-exports 4,010 4,606 4,773 5,310 5,681 370 7
Total U.S. exports (domestic exports and re-exports) 125,498 150,461 154,130 157,655 164,848 7,192 4.6
U.S. general imports:              
Canada 19,015 21,899 23,214 24,935 26,370 1,435 5.8
Mexico 14,748 17,155 17,752 19,296 21,194 1,898 9.8
China 5,665 6,514 7,063 6,989 7,008 19 0.3
Japan 717 762 787 763 782 19 2.5
South Korea 451 517 555 638 671 33 5.2
Indonesia 2,145 2,498 2,511 2,795 3,561 766 27.4
Brazil 3,212 4,669 5,078 4,646 4,406 -240 -5.2
Italy 3,312 3,789 3,933 4,231 4,503 272 6.4
Vietnam 1,785 2,267 2,425 2,765 3,364 599 21.7
India 1,806 3,107 5,793 4,455 4,440 -15 -0.3
All other 45,362 53,198 54,213 55,165 59,884 4,718 8.6
Total general imports 98,218 116,374 123,323 126,678 136,184 9,506 7.5
Source: Compiled from official statistics of the U.S. Department of Commerce for the 2010–14 period. These reflect all official revisions of previously published data up to June 2014 (accessed April 21, 2015).
Note: Import values are based on Customs value; export values are based on free along ship value, U.S. port of export. Calculations based on unrounded data.
Table AG.2: Agricultural products: Leading changes in U.S. domestic exports and general imports, 2010–14
 
Million $
 
           
Absolute change,
Percent change,
Item
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2013-14
2013-14
U.S. domestic exports:              
Increases:              
Oilseeds (AG032)  18,996 17,932 24,945 21,901 24,553 2,653 12.1
Cereals (AG030)  19,882 28,135 20,338 19,855 22,385 2,530 12.7
Cattle and beef (AG002)  3,875 5,224 5,625 6,104 6,843 739 12.1
Ethyl alcohol for nonbeverage purposes (AG050)  874 3,265 1,901 1,555 2,062 508 32.7
Decreases:              
Cotton, not carded or combed (AG049)  5,734 8,386 6,225 5,591 4,395 -1,195 -21.4
All other 72,128 82,914 90,322 97,340 98,927 1,587 1.6
Total 121,488 145,855 149,357 152,345 159,167 6,822 4.5
U.S. general imports:              
Increases:              
Cattle and beef (AG002)  4,315 4,457 5,353 5,417 8,057 2,640 48.7
Shellfish (AG009)  7,478 8,708 8,059 9,153 10,918 1,765 19.3
Oilseeds (AG032)  647 871 843 1,421 2,052 631 44.4
Decreases:              
Ethyl alcohol for nonbeverage purposes (AG050)  326 903 1,839 1,415 620 -795 -56.2
Cereals (AG030)  1,610 1,934 2,670 3,416 2,834 -582 -17.1
All other 83,842 99,502 104,559 105,857 111,703 5,846 5.5
Total 98,218 116,374 123,323 126,678 136,184 9,506 7.5
Source: Compiled from official statistics of the U.S. Department of Commerce for the 2010–14 period. These reflect all official revisions of previously published data up to June 2014 (accessed March 27, 2015).
Note: Import values are based on Customs value; export values are based on free along ship value, U.S. port of export. Calculations based on unrounded data.

Sector: Chemicals and Related Products

Table CH.1: Chemicals and related products: U.S. exports and general imports, by selected trading partners, 2010–14
 
Million $
 
           
Absolute change,
Percent change,
Item
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2013-14
2013-14
U.S. exports of domestic exports merchandise:              
Canada 31,623 35,559 36,291 36,316 36,949 633 1.7
China 13,306 15,057 14,192 14,226 14,419 193 1.4
Mexico 23,868 27,699 30,599 31,708 33,504 1,796 5.7
Germany 10,826 7,834 7,473 7,137 7,615 478 6.7
Ireland 2,147 1,992 2,192 2,443 2,720 277 11.4
Japan 10,703 11,185 12,194 10,718 11,300 582 5.4
Belgium 10,315 11,773 12,260 13,061 14,752 1,691 12.9
United Kingdom 8,074 8,734 8,419 6,833 7,162 329 4.8
Switzerland 2,849 2,922 2,344 2,651 3,041 390 14.7
Netherlands 8,556 8,219 7,562 8,047 9,324 1,277 15.9
All other 74,775 82,993 84,010 85,093 82,092 -3,000 -3.5
Total domestic exports 197,041 213,966 217,536 218,232 222,877 4,645 2.1
Re-exports 9,983 11,342 11,378 13,044 11,810 -1,234 -9.5
Total U.S. exports (domestic exports and re-exports) 207,025 225,308 228,914 231,276 234,687 3,411 1.5
U.S. general imports:              
Canada 29,858 34,087 33,540 33,299 33,529 229 0.7
China 21,338 25,700 28,022 29,470 31,874 2,404 8.2
Mexico 7,041 8,386 9,130 9,652 10,656 1,004 10.4
Germany 15,587 18,054 20,843 21,856 25,151 3,295 15.1
Ireland 25,316 31,069 24,996 22,384 24,395 2,011 9
Japan 12,397 12,710 12,916 12,660 12,642 -18 -0.1
Belgium 5,128 4,746 3,884 5,003 6,356 1,353 27
United Kingdom 11,970 11,019 10,029 8,665 9,407 742 8.6
Switzerland 7,424 9,001 10,005 10,979 12,103 1,124 10.2
Netherlands 2,425 2,716 3,775 4,104 3,987 -117 -2.8
All other 66,608 80,439 80,121 78,632 81,516 2,884 3.7
Total general imports 205,093 237,927 237,262 236,704 251,615 14,911 6.3
Source: Compiled from official statistics of the U.S. Department of Commerce for the 2010–14 period. These reflect all official revisions of previously published data up to June 2014 (accessed April 21, 2015).
Note: Import values are based on Customs value; export values are based on free along ship value, U.S. port of export. Calculations based on unrounded data. The countries shown are those with the largest total U.S. trade (U.S. general imports plus U.S. domestic exports) in these products in the current year. Re-exports (also called Re-exports) are further defined in the “Frequently Asked Questions” (FAQs) and in the special topic chapter.
Table CH.2: Chemicals and related products: Leading changes in U.S. domestic exports and general imports, 2010–14
 
Million $
 
           
Absolute change,
Percent change,
Item
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2013-14
2013-14
U.S. domestic exports:              
Increases:              
Medicinal chemicals (CH019) 47,182 45,453 48,573 48,488 51,942 3,455 7.1
Miscellaneous plastic products (CH033) 21,328 23,198 23,856 24,663 25,982 1,319 5.3
Decreases:              
Organic commodity chemicals (CH004) 5,047 6,033 6,528 7,269 6,262 -1,006 -13.8
All other 123,485 139,282 138,579 137,812 138,690 878 0.6
Total 197,041 213,966 217,536 218,232 222,877 4,645 2.1
U.S. general imports:              
Increases:              
Medicinal chemicals (CH019) 86,532 92,961 89,365 85,433 93,487 8,054 9.4
Miscellaneous plastic products (CH033) 23,222 25,567 27,713 29,264 31,191 1,927 6.6
Decreases:              
Fertilizers (CH010) 9,639 13,617 13,233 12,051 11,313 -737 -6.1
All other 85,701 105,782 106,951 109,956 115,623 5,667 5.2
Total 205,093 237,927 237,262 236,704 251,615 14,911 6.3
Source: Compiled from official statistics of the U.S. Department of Commerce for the 2010–14 period. These reflect all official revisions of previously published data up to June 2014 (accessed March 27, 2015).
Note: Import values are based on Customs value; export values are based on free along ship value, U.S. port of export. Calculations based on unrounded data.

Sector: Electronic Products

Table EL.1: Electronic products: U.S. exports and general imports, by selected trading partners, 2010–14
 
Million $
 
           
Absolute change,
Percent change,
Item
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2013-14
2013-14
U.S. exports of domestic exports merchandise:              
China 13,471 11,932 12,330 14,123 14,524 401 2.8
Mexico 16,546 16,746 18,891 20,732 21,695 964 4.6
Japan 9,677 10,650 11,258 10,412 10,166 -246 -2.4
Malaysia 6,451 5,812 4,705 4,533 5,226 692 15.3
Canada 16,940 18,421 18,704 17,971 17,318 -653 -3.6
South Korea 6,375 7,171 7,174 6,716 6,878 162 2.4
Germany 8,177 8,236 7,950 7,957 8,237 280 3.5
Taiwan 4,670 4,940 3,736 3,536 3,740 204 5.8
Thailand 2,496 2,304 2,154 2,223 2,355 131 5.9
United Kingdom 5,334 5,493 5,416 5,015 5,490 475 9.5
All other 69,957 73,375 74,714 73,948 73,528 -420 -0.6
Total domestic exports 160,093 165,081 167,033 167,166 169,156 1,990 1.2
Re-exports 77,098 86,588 90,657 94,057 98,416 4,360 4.6
Total U.S. exports (domestic exports and re-exports) 237,192 251,669 257,690 261,223 267,573 6,350 2.4
U.S. general imports:              
China 143,695 158,625 170,940 176,141 186,289 10,148 5.8
Mexico 62,316 62,354 65,628 65,174 64,730 -445 -0.7
Japan 26,562 26,618 26,304 24,217 22,898 -1,320 -5.4
Malaysia 18,010 16,681 17,210 19,180 22,078 2,898 15.1
Canada 9,466 9,786 9,521 9,123 9,104 -19 -0.2
South Korea 18,157 18,207 14,610 16,701 17,381 680 4.1
Germany 11,585 13,966 14,208 14,242 15,171 929 6.5
Taiwan 17,948 21,015 17,253 16,378 17,385 1,006 6.1
Thailand 9,531 9,567 10,975 11,574 12,334 760 6.6
United Kingdom 4,981 5,401 5,611 5,441 5,563 122 2.2
All other 56,374 60,323 63,217 63,500 65,235 1,734 2.7
Total general imports 378,626 402,543 415,476 421,672 438,167 16,495 3.9
Source: Compiled from official statistics of the U.S. Department of Commerce for the 2010–14 period. These reflect all official revisions of previously published data up to June 2014 (accessed April 21, 2015).
Note: Import values are based on Customs value; export values are based on free along ship value, U.S. port of export. Calculations based on unrounded data. The trading partners shown are those with the largest total U.S. trade (U.S. general imports plus U.S. domestic exports) in these products in the current year. Re-exports (also called Re-exports) are further defined in the “Frequently Asked Questions” (FAQs) and in the “Trade Metrics” discussion.
Table EL.2: Electronic products: Leading changes in U.S. exports and imports, 2010–14
 
Million $
 
           
Absolute change,
Percent change,
Item
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2013-14
2013-14
U.S. domestic exports:              
Increases:              
Semiconductors and integrated circuits (EL015) 31,420 29,257 26,406 26,084 27,444 1,360 5.2
Telecommunications equipment (EL002) 13,612 14,628 15,169 16,271 17,058 787 4.8
Decreases:              
Measuring, testing, and controlling instruments (EL025) 22,177 24,884 26,391 26,583 25,692 -891 -3.4
All other 92,885 96,312 99,067 98,228 98,962 734 0.7
Total 160,093 165,081 167,033 167,166 169,156 1,990 1.2
U.S. general imports:              
Increases:              
Telecommunications equipment (EL002) 74,406 80,170 83,922 91,776 98,161 6,386 7
Medical goods (EL022) 29,260 31,852 32,693 34,211 36,079 1,868 5.5
Decreases:              
Consumer electronics (EL003) 51,264 46,552 47,967 43,201 42,791 -410 -0.9
All other 223,696 243,969 250,893 252,484 261,135 8,651 3.4
Total 378,626 402,543 415,476 421,672 438,167 16,495 3.9
Source: Compiled from official statistics of the U.S. Department of Commerce for the 2010–14 period. These reflect all official revisions of previously published data up to June 2014 (accessed March 27, 2015).
Note: Import values are based on Customs value; export values are based on free along ship value, U.S. port of export. Calculations based on unrounded data.
Table EL.3: Electronic products: Leading changes in U.S. exports and imports, 2010–14
 
Million $
 
           
Absolute change,
Percent change,
Item
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2013-14
2013-14
U.S. re-exports:              
Increases:              
EL015 Semiconductors and integrated circuits 15,618 14,520 14,538 15,192 14,555 -638 -4.2
EL002 Telecommunications equipment 13,837 16,889 18,370 19,829 21,841 2,012 10.1
EL017 Computers, peripherals, and parts 21,470 26,176 26,449 26,384 26,801 417 1.6
EL011 Circuit apparatus not exceeding 1000V 2,064 2,178 2,409 2,624 2,923 299 11.4
EL020 Optical goods, including ophthalmic goods 1,192 1,324 1,524 1,660 1,743 83 5
EL013 Parts of circuit apparatus 506 569 642 834 1,008 173 20.8
EL012 Circuit apparatus assemblies 753 1,021 1,245 1,487 1,587 100 6.7
EL022 Medical goods 5,451 5,749 6,689 7,542 7,915 374 5
EL009 Printed circuits 467 465 450 465 557 92 19.8
EL014 Electron tubes 64 66 66 68 54 -14 -19.9
EL008 Electrical capacitors and resistors 1,093 1,130 1,088 1,030 1,063 33 3.2
EL010 Circuit apparatus exceeding 1000V 85 100 118 125 116 -9 -7.5
EL007 Electric sound and visual signaling apparatus 520 597 608 626 725 99 15.8
EL003A Television receivers and video monitors 2,936 3,157 2,989 2,539 2,688 149 5.9
EL023 Watches and clocks 539 673 857 876 955 79 9
Decreases:              
EL025 Measuring, testing, and controlling instruments 3,426 3,942 4,328 4,608 5,105 497 10.8
EL005 Navigational instruments and remote control apparatus 738 874 1,003 994 1,449 456 45.9
EL004 Blank and prerecorded media 1,042 1,146 1,115 1,175 1,142 -33 -2.8
EL016 Miscellaneous electrical equipment 623 874 951 936 944 8 0.9
EL018 Photographic film and paper 131 142 141 111 126 15 13.5
EL021 Photographic cameras and equipment 915 929 916 838 836 -2 -0.3
EL003 Consumer electronics 5,557 6,045 6,037 5,494 5,682 188 3.4
EL001 Office machines 320 363 322 288 310 22 7.7
EL006 Radio and television broadcasting equipment 436 469 447 497 552 55 11
EL019 Optical fibers, optical fiber bundles and cables 158 270 266 286 359 73 25.4
EL024 Drawing, drafting, and calculating instruments 92 77 79 87 67 -20 -22.6
Source: Compiled from official statistics of the U.S. Department of Commerce for the 2010–14 period. These reflect all official revisions of previously published data up to June 2014 (accessed February 20, 2015).
Note: Import values are based on Customs value; export values are based on free along ship value, U.S. port of export. Calculations based on unrounded data.

Sector: Energy and Related Products

Table EP.1: Energy-related products: U.S. exports and general imports, by selected trading partners, 2010–14
 
Million $
 
           
Absolute change,
Percent change,
Item
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2013-14
2013-14
U.S. exports of domestic exports merchandise:              
Canada 13,221 18,324 18,718 25,084 33,203 8,119 32.4
Mexico 14,523 23,907 24,058 23,455 24,049 594 2.5
Saudi Arabia 70 139 131 182 223 41 22.6
Venezuela 640 751 3,526 2,878 3,067 188 6.5
Colombia 2,328 2,836 3,566 5,402 6,455 1,053 19.5
Russia 187 135 113 93 91 -2 -2.2
Netherlands 5,889 11,230 11,623 11,742 10,299 -1,443 -12.3
Brazil 4,361 6,573 7,494 6,788 7,501 713 10.5
Iraq 3 9 7 13 14 1 9.7
Ecuador 2,037 2,377 2,728 3,504 4,215 712 20.3
All other 42,957 68,838 69,966 74,127 71,559 -2,568 -3.5
Total domestic exports 86,216 135,120 141,929 153,268 160,676 7,408 4.8
Re-exports 893 2,056 1,427 1,307 1,877 569 43.5
Total U.S. exports (domestic exports and re-exports) 87,109 137,176 143,356 154,575 162,553 7,977 5.2
U.S. general imports:              
Canada 84,424 102,740 103,792 110,241 116,232 5,991 5.4
Mexico 33,591 43,899 39,816 34,813 30,269 -4,544 -13.1
Saudi Arabia 30,501 46,241 54,414 50,661 45,930 -4,731 -9.3
Venezuela 31,665 41,963 37,479 30,915 29,059 -1,856 -6
Colombia 10,486 16,846 17,668 15,386 11,960 -3,427 -22.3
Russia 19,564 26,425 22,212 20,475 14,853 -5,622 -27.5
Netherlands 3,924 5,500 5,535 4,100 3,745 -355 -8.7
Brazil 7,928 10,397 9,285 5,761 6,367 606 10.5
Iraq 12,132 16,940 19,259 13,292 13,702 410 3.1
Ecuador 5,655 7,460 7,088 8,844 7,285 -1,559 -17.6
All other 120,269 140,354 111,687 89,664 70,552 -19,111 -21.3
Total general imports 360,138 458,764 428,235 384,153 349,955 -34,198 -8.9
Source: Compiled from official statistics of the U.S. Department of Commerce for the 2010–14 period. These reflect all official revisions of previously published data up to June 2014 (accessed April 21, 2015).
Note: Import values are based on Customs value; export values are based on free along ship value, U.S. port of export. Calculations based on unrounded data. The trading partners shown are those with the largest total U.S. trade (U.S. general imports plus U.S. domestic exports) in these products in the current year. Re-exports (also called Re-exports) are further defined in the “Frequently Asked Questions” (FAQs) and in the “Trade Metrics” discussion.
Table EP.2: Energy-related products: Leading changes in U.S. exports and imports, 2010–14
 
Million $
 
           
Absolute change,
Percent change,
Item
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2013-14
2013-14
U.S. domestic exports:              
Increases:              
EP004 Crude petroleum 1,337 1,847 2,416 5,023 11,629 6,607 131.5
EP006 Natural gas and components 8,448 10,568 9,243 13,012 17,983 4,971 38.2
EP001 Electrical energy 631 375 233 356 590 234 65.6
Decreases:              
EP003 Coal, coke, and related chemical products 12,609 19,401 17,529 13,770 10,320 -3,450 -25.1
EP005 Petroleum products 61,374 101,003 110,990 120,003 119,136 -867 -0.7
EP002 Nuclear materials 1,816 1,927 1,518 1,104 1,018 -86 -7.8
U.S. general imports:              
Increases:              
EP006 Natural gas and components 20,823 17,291 11,481 13,036 15,409 2,373 18.2
EP001 Electrical energy 2,071 2,015 1,914 2,429 2,626 197 8.1
EP003 Coal, coke, and related chemical products 2,846 3,179 2,285 1,797 1,964 168 9.3
Decreases:              
EP004 Crude petroleum 260,105 336,687 315,820 273,836 246,970 -26,866 -9.8
EP005 Petroleum products 69,267 94,648 92,564 89,209 79,808 -9,401 -10.5
EP002 Nuclear materials 5,025 4,943 4,171 3,846 3,177 -668 -17.4
Source: Compiled from official statistics of the U.S. Department of Commerce for the 2010–14 period. These reflect all official revisions of previously published data up to June 2014 (accessed February 20, 2015).
Note: Import values are based on Customs value; export values are based on free along ship value, U.S. port of export. Calculations based on unrounded data.

Sector: Footwear

Table FW.1: Footwear: U.S. exports and general imports, by selected trading partners, 2010–14
 
Million $
 
           
Absolute change,
Percent change,
Item
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2013-14
2013-14
U.S. exports of domestic exports merchandise:              
China 55 56 47 44 48 3 7.5
Vietnam 47 54 39 60 86 26 43.9
Italy 4 6 4 4 4 1 24.2
Indonesia 7 12 12 9 12 2 26.8
Mexico 79 65 57 44 49 5 11.3
India 4 4 4 3 2 -1 -21.7
Dominican Rep 23 26 26 21 16 -5 -23.8
Spain 3 4 2 2 3 1 73.2
Brazil 2 4 2 2 5 3 214.6
Canada 88 94 117 126 138 12 9.4
All other 417 508 513 474 461 -14 -2.9
Total domestic exports 729 833 824 789 824 35 4.5
Re-exports 377 457 509 603 626 23 3.8
Total U.S. exports (domestic exports and re-exports) 1,105 1,290 1,332 1,391 1,449 58 4.2
U.S. general imports:              
China 15,917 16,723 17,148 17,016 17,066 51 0.3
Vietnam 1,623 2,046 2,410 2,931 3,625 694 23.7
Italy 897 1,116 1,202 1,330 1,438 108 8.2
Indonesia 586 770 940 1,155 1,233 78 6.8
Mexico 319 371 492 549 500 -49 -9
India 178 206 266 297 349 52 17.4
Dominican Rep 172 210 242 274 297 23 8.5
Spain 115 143 164 186 212 27 14.4
Brazil 360 252 210 199 208 8 4.2
Canada 66 55 49 47 58 12 24.7
All other 670 762 763 827 1,026 200 24.1
Total general imports 20,903 22,654 23,887 24,810 26,014 1,203 4.8
Source: Compiled from official statistics of the U.S. Department of Commerce for the 2010–14 period. These reflect all official revisions of previously published data up to June 2014 (accessed April 21, 2015).
Note: Import values are based on Customs value; export values are based on free along ship value, U.S. port of export. Calculations based on unrounded data. The trading partners shown are those with the largest total U.S. trade (U.S. general imports plus U.S. domestic exports) in these products in the current year. Re-exports (also called Re-exports) are further defined in the “Frequently Asked Questions” (FAQs) and in the “Trade Metrics” discussion.
Table FW.2: Footwear: Leading changes in U.S. exports and imports, 2010–14
 
Million $
 
           
Absolute change,
Percent change,
Item
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2013-14
2013-14
U.S. re-exports:              
Increases:              
FW001 Footwear 377 457 509 603 626 23 3.8
Source: Compiled from official statistics of the U.S. Department of Commerce, reflecting all official revisions as of June 2014.
Note: Import values are based on Customs value; export values are based on free along ship value, U.S. port of export. Calculations based on unrounded data.

Sector: Forest Products

Table FP.1: Forest products: U.S. exports and general imports, by selected trading partners, 2010–14
 
Million $
 
           
Absolute change,
Percent change,
Item
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2013-14
2013-14
U.S. exports of domestic exports merchandise:              
Canada 10,184 10,270 10,264 10,299 10,088 -211 -2
China 5,059 6,725 6,214 6,788 6,952 163 2.4
Mexico 4,893 5,075 5,237 5,392 5,466 74 1.4
Japan 1,994 2,212 2,155 2,216 2,140 -76 -3.4
Brazil 444 474 415 385 377 -8 -2
United Kingdom 1,216 1,280 1,456 1,514 1,675 161 10.7
Germany 846 795 784 737 718 -19 -2.6
South Korea 938 959 844 854 879 25 3
Indonesia 274 264 248 296 378 82 27.7
Italy 923 928 765 800 711 -89 -11.1
All other 9,662 10,335 9,947 9,938 10,246 309 3.1
Total domestic exports 36,433 39,317 38,328 39,218 39,631 413 1.1
Re-exports 1,266 1,532 1,504 1,617 1,649 32 2
Total U.S. exports (domestic exports and re-exports) 37,699 40,849 39,832 40,835 41,280 445 1.1
U.S. general imports:              
Canada 16,545 16,521 16,464 18,088 18,942 854 4.7
China 7,131 7,344 8,029 8,288 8,818 530 6.4
Mexico 1,369 1,491 1,525 1,652 1,815 163 9.9
Japan 550 511 525 468 452 -15 -3.3
Brazil 1,807 1,781 1,805 2,161 2,166 5 0.3
United Kingdom 518 546 552 556 622 67 12
Germany 1,130 1,149 1,160 1,113 1,083 -30 -2.7
South Korea 493 523 516 540 617 78 14.4
Indonesia 554 544 603 650 767 116 17.9
Italy 319 350 355 366 394 28 7.7
All other 5,358 5,514 5,538 6,115 6,415 300 4.9
Total general imports 35,775 36,274 37,071 39,996 42,092 2,096 5.2
Source: Compiled from official statistics of the U.S. Department of Commerce for the 2010–14 period. These reflect all official revisions of previously published data up to June 2014 (accessed April 21, 2015).
Note: Import values are based on Customs value; export values are based on free along ship value, U.S. port of export. Calculations based on unrounded data. The trading partners shown are those with the largest total U.S. trade (U.S. general imports plus U.S. domestic exports) in these products in the current year. Re-exports (also called Re-exports) are further defined in the “Frequently Asked Questions” (FAQs) and in the ‘Trade Metrics” discussion.
Table FP.2: Forest products: Leading changes in U.S. exports and imports, 2010–14
 
Million $
 
           
Absolute change,
Percent change,
Item
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2013-14
2013-14
U.S. re-exports:              
Increases:              
FP002 Lumber 79 88 62 70 76 6 8.6
FP001 Logs and rough wood products 21 33 18 16 15 -1 -5.9
FP011A Paperboard 42 45 40 84 92 8 9.6
FP011 Industrial papers and paperboards 112 125 114 183 193 10 5.6
FP015 Miscellaneous paper products 137 143 148 150 151 1 0.5
FP009 Wood pulp and recovered paper 221 384 359 306 279 -28 -9
FP005 Wooden containers 15 19 19 24 22 -1 -6.1
FP010 Paper boxes and bags 38 46 55 60 61 1 2.4
FP003 Moldings, millwork, and joinery 61 53 42 44 43 -1 -1.9
FP007 Miscellaneous articles of wood 26 31 32 38 34 -4 -9.9
FP008 Cork and rattan 13 14 13 13 11 -1 -11.8
FP011C Industrial paper 17 25 23 37 41 4 9.6
FP006 Tools and tool handles of wood 6 7 15 7 6 -1 -13.1
Decreases:              
FP016 Printed matter 358 377 388 489 510 21 4.3
FP013 Printing and writing papers 42 74 103 79 99 21 26.2
FP012 Newsprint 11 7 3 16 22 5 30.5
FP014 Certain specialty papers 45 42 38 37 41 4 10.8
FP004 Wood veneer and wood panels 83 90 94 84 85 (a) 0.1
FP011B Tissue and tissue products 53 55 51 62 60 -1 -2.4
Source: Compiled from official statistics of the U.S. Department of Commerce for the 2010–14 period. These reflect all official revisions of previously published data up to June 2014 (accessed March 27, 2015).
Note: Import values are based on Customs value; export values are based on free along ship value, U.S. port of export. Calculations based on unrounded data.

Sector: Machinery

Table MT.1: Machinery: U.S. exports and general imports, by selected trading partners, 2010–14
 
Million $
 
           
Absolute change,
Percent change,
Item
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2013-14
2013-14
U.S. exports of domestic exports merchandise:              
China 7,905 8,980 8,533 9,089 9,595 506 5.6
Mexico 11,661 13,440 15,492 16,480 18,146 1,666 10.1
Canada 20,449 23,168 25,093 24,811 25,562 751 3
Japan 2,995 3,478 3,068 3,409 3,832 423 12.4
Germany 3,730 4,225 4,031 3,994 3,877 -117 -2.9
South Korea 5,660 5,516 5,639 5,603 6,522 919 16.4
Taiwan 5,857 4,532 4,602 4,694 4,284 -409 -8.7
Italy 977 1,068 1,012 1,088 1,046 -42 -3.9
United Kingdom 2,759 2,901 2,956 3,051 3,649 598 19.6
Netherlands 1,752 1,841 1,874 1,912 2,155 243 12.7
All other 40,730 46,386 50,253 48,325 48,306 -19 (a)
Total domestic exports 104,474 115,535 122,554 122,456 126,974 4,518 3.7
Re-exports 12,962 14,785 15,977 17,180 18,552 1,371 8
Total U.S. exports (domestic exports and re-exports) 117,436 130,321 138,530 139,636 145,526 5,890 4.2
U.S. general imports:              
China 32,552 36,783 41,031 44,346 48,024 3,677 8.3
Mexico 20,566 23,180 25,328 26,358 28,927 2,569 9.7
Canada 10,906 12,585 13,374 13,589 13,659 70 0.5
Japan 15,324 19,388 20,832 18,908 18,749 -159 -0.8
Germany 12,216 15,389 15,905 16,540 17,729 1,190 7.2
South Korea 5,717 6,443 6,892 6,635 7,101 467 7
Taiwan 2,838 3,519 3,951 4,006 4,366 360 9
Italy 4,401 5,876 6,100 6,313 7,144 831 13.2
United Kingdom 3,030 3,710 3,993 3,993 4,217 224 5.6
Netherlands 2,193 3,554 2,962 2,405 4,270 1,864 77.5
All other 21,309 25,696 27,416 27,120 30,515 3,394 12.5
Total general imports 131,051 156,123 167,784 170,212 184,701 14,488 8.5
Source: Compiled from official statistics of the U.S. Department of Commerce for the 2010–14 period. These reflect all official revisions of previously published data up to June 2014 (accessed April 21, 2015).
Note: Import values are based on Customs value; export values are based on free along ship value, U.S. port of export. Calculations based on unrounded data. The trading partners shown are those with the largest total U.S. trade (U.S. general imports plus U.S. domestic exports) in these products in the current year. Re-exports (also called Re-exports) are further defined in the “Frequently Asked Questions” (FAQs) and in the “Trade Metrics” discussion.
a Less than 0.05 percent
Table MT.2: Machinery: Leading changes in U.S. domestic exports and general imports, 2010–14
 
Million $
 
           
Absolute change,
Percent change,
Item
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2013-14
2013-14
U.S. domestic exports:              
Increases:              
Semiconductor manufacturing equipment (MT019A) 16,139 14,212 13,118 13,133 14,539 1,407 10.7
Mechanical power transmission equipment (MT021) 2,182 2,748 3,065 2,980 4,326 1,346 45.2
Taps, cocks, valves, and similar devices (MT020) 7,093 8,495 9,099 10,276 11,214 938 9.1
Decreases:              
Farm and garden machinery and equipment (MT009) 8,672 11,242 13,145 11,654 10,721 -933 -8
All other 70,388 78,837 84,127 84,413 86,174 1,761 2.1
Total 104,474 115,535 122,554 122,456 126,974 4,518 3.7
U.S. general imports:              
Increases:              
Semiconductor manufacturing equipment (MT019A) 8,801 13,286 12,205 10,935 13,357 2,422 22.1
Air-conditioning equipment and parts (MT002) 10,657 12,840 14,106 15,027 16,781 1,754 11.7
Household appliances, including commercial applications (MT004) 19,685 20,479 21,503 22,618 24,224 1,606 7.1
Decreases:              
Electric lamps (bulbs) and portable electric lights (MT027) 2,706 2,818 2,991 3,185 3,000 -186 -5.8
All other 89,202 106,701 116,979 118,447 127,339 8,892 7.5
Total 131,051 156,123 167,784 170,212 184,701 14,488 8.5
Source: Compiled from official statistics of the U.S. Department of Commerce for the 2010–14 period. These reflect all official revisions of previously published data up to June 2014 (accessed March 27, 2015).
Note: Import values are based on Customs value; export values are based on free along ship value, U.S. port of export. Calculations based on unrounded data

Sector: Minerals and Metals

Table MM.1: Minerals and metals: U.S. exports and general imports, by selected trading partners, 2010–14
 
Million $
 
           
Absolute change,
Percent change,
Item
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2013-14
2013-14
U.S. exports of domestic exports merchandise:              
Canada 25,075 28,825 28,948 27,732 27,326 -406 -1.5
China 10,823 13,517 12,193 11,998 10,477 -1,521 -12.7
Mexico 12,594 15,829 17,758 18,793 20,897 2,104 11.2
India 3,160 2,838 4,644 2,641 2,399 -242 -9.2
Germany 3,694 4,351 3,928 4,043 3,829 -214 -5.3
South Korea 3,152 4,207 3,796 3,682 3,306 -377 -10.2
Japan 3,022 3,678 3,078 3,153 3,439 286 9.1
United Kingdom 9,974 13,115 11,163 4,764 6,821 2,057 43.2
Israel 700 1,157 1,909 857 579 -278 -32.5
Switzerland 10,211 13,194 14,788 13,351 7,655 -5,696 -42.7
All other 27,701 40,189 38,799 42,714 35,364 -7,350 -17.2
Total domestic exports 110,106 140,901 141,002 133,730 122,092 -11,638 -8.7
Re-exports 18,299 24,111 23,011 27,907 31,030 3,123 11.2
Total U.S. exports (domestic exports and re-exports) 128,405 165,012 164,013 161,636 153,122 -8,515 -5.3
U.S. general imports:              
Canada 31,652 35,352 32,431 32,670 33,272 602 1.8
China 22,293 25,369 27,034 27,786 30,922 3,137 11.3
Mexico 16,329 21,935 21,997 19,277 19,416 139 0.7
India 7,713 9,150 8,673 10,343 11,066 723 7
Germany 6,358 7,884 7,921 7,743 8,176 433 5.6
South Korea 3,491 5,052 5,910 5,552 7,706 2,154 38.8
Japan 5,808 7,083 8,153 7,433 7,399 -34 -0.5
United Kingdom 2,947 3,259 3,712 3,333 3,836 502 15.1
Israel 8,245 9,747 8,818 9,385 9,951 567 6
Switzerland 1,265 1,671 1,630 1,435 2,064 629 43.8
All other 51,145 67,149 68,802 65,478 71,274 5,796 8.9
Total general imports 157,246 193,651 195,080 190,435 205,082 14,648 7.7
Source: Compiled from official statistics of the U.S. Department of Commerce for the 2010–14 period. These reflect all official revisions of previously published data up to June 2014 (accessed April 21, 2015).
Note: Import values are based on Customs value; export values are based on free along ship value, U.S. port of export. Calculations based on unrounded data. The trading partners shown are those with the largest total U.S. trade (U.S. general imports plus U.S. domestic exports) in these products in the current year. Re-exports (also called Re-exports) are further defined in the “Frequently Asked Questions” (FAQs) and in the “Trade Metrics” discussion.
Table MM.2: Minerals and metals: Leading changes in U.S. domestic exports and general imports, 2010–14
 
Million $
 
           
Absolute change,
Percent change,
Item
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2013-14
2013-14
U.S. domestic exports:              
Increases:              
Miscellaneous products of base metal (MM031) 7,103 8,092 8,836 9,279 9,948 669 7.2
Copper ores and concentrates (MM004) 1,181 2,226 2,396 2,573 3,238 665 25.9
Decreases:              
Precious metals and non-numismatic coins (MM020) 28,054 42,136 43,091 38,836 26,953 -11,883 -30.6
Iron and steel waste and scrap (MM023) 8,378 11,475 9,421 7,578 6,175 -1,404 -18.5
Natural and synthetic gemstones (MM019) 3,303 3,709 3,632 2,358 2,170 -189 -8
All other 62,087 73,263 73,625 73,106 73,609 504 0.7
Total 110,106 140,901 141,002 133,730 122,092 -11,638 -8.7
U.S. general imports:              
Increases:              
Plates, sheets, and strips of carbon and alloy steels (MM025B) 6,149 7,965 8,731 7,927 12,263 4,335 54.7
Ingots, blooms, billets, and slabs of carbon and alloy steels (MM025A) 2,521 4,203 4,094 3,404 5,199 1,795 52.7
Natural and synthetic gemstones (MM019) 19,744 23,599 21,601 24,924 26,448 1,524 6.1
Pipes and tubes of carbon and alloy steels (MM025L) 6,803 8,959 11,270 8,930 10,155 1,225 13.7
Decreases:              
Precious metals and non-numismatic coins (MM020) 24,259 34,329 32,164 30,209 26,818 -3,390 -11.2
Copper and related articles (MM036) 8,458 10,979 9,732 10,155 9,145 -1,010 -9.9
All other 89,311 103,618 107,487 104,886 115,054 10,168 9.7
Total 157,246 193,651 195,080 190,435 205,082 14,648 7.7
Source: Compiled from official statistics of the U.S. Department of Commerce for the 2010–14 period. These reflect all official revisions of previously published data up to June 2014 (accessed March 26, 2015).
Note: Import values are based on Customs value; export values are based on free along ship value, U.S. port of export. Calculations based on unrounded data.

Sector: Miscellaneous Manufactures

Table MS.1:
Miscellaneous manufactures: U.S. exports and general imports, by selected trading partners, 2010–14
 
Million $
 
           
Absolute change,
Percent change,
Item
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2013-14
2013-14
U.S. exports of domestic merchandise:              
China 354 426 458 508 678 171 33.6
Canada 5,222 5,848 6,507 6,509 6,685 175 2.7
Mexico 1,631 1,757 1,896 1,738 1,976 238 13.7
France 768 737 821 828 1,032 204 24.6
United Kingdom 2,225 2,018 2,280 2,360 2,239 -121 -5.1
Vietnam 18 22 22 19 29 10 52.4
Italy 302 328 378 306 445 140 45.7
Taiwan 444 331 290 818 793 -25 -3.1
Germany 741 727 762 735 901 166 22.6
Japan 1,656 1,588 1,589 1,586 1,673 88 5.5
Total domestic exports 25,503 26,896 27,903 29,719 31,020 1,301 4.4
Foreign exports 10,173 11,711 13,451 14,094 16,926 2,832 20.1
Total U.S. exports (domestic exports and re-exports) 35,676 38,608 41,354 43,813 47,946 4,133 9.4
               
U.S. general imports:              
China 57,793 57,224 59,420 60,787 62,866 2,078 3.4
Canada 4,539 4,651 4,474 4,401 4,512 111 2.5
Mexico 3,556 3,953 5,005 5,382 6,113 732 13.6
France 3,043 3,185 3,272 4,658 4,421 -237 -5.1
United Kingdom 2,032 2,207 2,590 2,393 2,385 -8 -0.4
Vietnam 2,266 2,415 3,102 3,674 4,503 829 22.6
Italy 2,674 3,039 3,451 3,865 4,062 197 5.1
Taiwan 2,490 2,651 2,903 2,819 2,905 86 3.1
Germany 1,547 1,709 2,114 2,281 2,448 166 7.3
Japan 1,719 1,721 1,597 1,223 1,148 -75 -6.1
Total general imports 97,659 99,878 104,751 109,931 114,314 4,383 4
Source: Compiled from official statistics of the U.S. Department of Commerce for the 2010–14 period. These reflect all official revisions of previously published data up to June 2014 (accessed April 27, 2015).
Note: Import values are based on customs value; export values are based on free along ship value, U.S. port of export. Calculations based on unrounded data. The countries shown are those with the largest total U.S. trade (U.S. general imports plus U.S. domestic exports) in these products in the current year.
 
Table MS.2:
Miscellaneous manufactures: Leading changes in U.S. exports and imports, 2010–14
 
Million $
 
           
Absolute change,
Percent change,
Item
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2013-14
2013-14
U.S. foreign exports:              
Increases:              
MS017 Works of art and miscellaneous manufactured goods 3,545 3,873 4,412 3,918 5,584 1,665 42.5
MS005 Silverware and related articles of precious metal 19 32 16 34 29 -5 -15
MS006 Precious jewelry and related articles 2,130 2,876 3,942 5,102 6,038 936 18.3
MS011 Lamps and lighting fittings 246 296 373 410 481 71 17.3
MS009 Furniture 560 671 815 900 997 97 10.8
MS007 Costume jewelry and related articles 83 101 102 97 87 -11 -11
MS019A Small arms and ammunition 75 86 77 88 113 24 27.5
MS014 Sporting goods 323 380 431 462 462 (a) (b)
MS001B Handbags 135 156 175 173 178 5 2.9
MS016A Brooms and brushes 72 76 77 96 98 2 1.8
MS010 Writing instruments and related articles 63 76 106 108 127 19 17.5
MS018 Apparel fasteners 7 7 10 8 16 8 90.9
MS016 Brooms, brushes, and hair grooming articles 85 92 98 112 112 (a) -0.3
MS015 Smokers' articles 11 7 10 11 10 (a) -3.4
MS004 Umbrellas, whips, riding crops, and canes 7 11 11 10 10 (a) 1.6
MS001C Flat goods 42 38 55 64 66 2 3.8
MS003 Musical instruments and accessories 89 100 119 137 133 -4 -2.8
Decreases:              
MS019 Arms, ammunition, and armored vehicles 148 132 134 109 162 54 49.3
MS013 Toys and games 2,350 2,468 2,144 1,904 1,857 -47 -2.4
MS012 Prefabricated buildings 9 10 14 10 11 1 12.6
MS001A Luggage 207 248 322 351 354 3 0.8
MS002 Certain other leather goods 46 55 73 86 115 29 33.6
MS001 Luggage, handbags, and flat goods 385 445 555 590 601 10 1.8
MS008 Bicycles and certain parts 66 81 88 86 95 10 11.3
MS016B Hair grooming articles, non-electric (except brushes) 13 16 21 16 14 -2 -13.3
Source: Compiled from official statistics of the U.S. Department of Commerce for the 2010–14 period. These reflect all official revisions of previously published data up to June 2014 (accessed April 27, 2015).
Note: Import values are based on customs value; export values are based on free along ship value, U.S. port of export. Calculations based on unrounded data.
aLess than $500,000.
bLess than 0.05 percent.

Sector: Textiles and Apparel

Table TX.1: Textiles and apparel: U.S. exports and general imports, by selected trading partners, 2010–14
 
Million $
 
           
Absolute change,
Percent change,
Item
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2013-14
2013-14
U.S. exports of domestic exports merchandise:              
China 1,083 1,242 1,243 1,350 1,231 -119 -8.8
Mexico 3,680 4,065 4,163 4,422 4,629 208 4.7
Vietnam 41 43 67 62 96 34 54.7
India 141 162 167 165 171 7 4
Canada 3,430 3,710 3,917 3,905 3,906 1 (a)
Indonesia 113 132 142 178 167 -10 -5.8
Bangladesh 8 20 28 22 21 -2 -8.3
Honduras 1,468 1,850 1,465 1,408 1,541 133 9.4
Pakistan 55 40 32 40 34 -6 -16
Italy 152 171 151 143 149 6 4.1
All other 7,196 8,041 7,876 8,009 8,047 38 0.5
Total domestic exports 17,366 19,475 19,251 19,705 19,992 287 1.5
Re-exports 2,350 2,897 3,221 3,619 3,924 305 8.4
Total U.S. exports (domestic exports and re-exports) 19,716 22,372 22,472 23,324 23,916 592 2.5
U.S. general imports:              
China 42,195 44,884 45,066 46,469 47,204 735 1.6
Mexico 5,540 5,881 5,784 5,829 5,975 146 2.5
Vietnam 6,216 7,088 7,519 8,609 9,820 1,211 14.1
India 5,855 6,468 6,420 6,903 7,383 480 7
Canada 2,225 2,321 2,414 2,323 2,302 -21 -0.9
Indonesia 4,876 5,567 5,421 5,460 5,282 -178 -3.3
Bangladesh 4,123 4,725 4,675 5,160 5,054 -106 -2.1
Honduras 2,500 2,727 2,698 2,625 2,725 100 3.8
Pakistan 3,184 3,509 3,167 3,222 3,229 7 0.2
Italy 1,690 1,985 2,071 2,239 2,439 200 8.9
All other 26,101 28,693 28,630 29,179 30,269 1,090 3.7
Total general imports 104,504 113,848 113,866 118,019 121,684 3,665 3.1
Source: Compiled from official statistics of the U.S. Department of Commerce for the 2010–14 period. These reflect all official revisions of previously published data up to June 2014 (accessed April 21, 2015).
Note: Import values are based on Customs value; export values are based on free along ship value, U.S. port of export. Calculations based on unrounded data. The trading partners shown are those with the largest total U.S. trade (U.S. general imports plus U.S. domestic exports) in these products in the current year. Re-exports (also called Re-exports) are further defined in the “Frequently Asked Questions” (FAQs) and in the “Trade Metrics” discussion.
.aLess than 0.05 percent.

 

Table TX.2: Textiles and apparel: Leading changes in U.S. domestic exports and general imports, 2010–14
 
Million $
 
           
Absolute change,
Percent change,
Item
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2013-14
2013-14
U.S. domestic exports:              
Increases:              
Fabrics (TX002) 5,888 6,303 6,353 6,446 6,628 181 2.8
Fibers and yarns, except raw cotton and raw wool (TX001) 4,453 5,622 5,064 5,203 5,266 64 1.2
All other 7,026 7,551 7,835 8,056 8,098 42 0.5
Total 17,366 19,475 19,251 19,705 19,992 287 1.5
U.S. general imports:              
Increases:              
Apparel (TX005) 78,737 85,797 85,227 88,256 90,453 2,197 2.5
All other 25,767 28,050 28,639 29,764 31,232 1,468 4.9
Total 104,504 113,848 113,866 118,019 121,684 3,665 3.1
Source: Compiled from official statistics of the U.S. Department of Commerce for the 2010–14 period. These reflect all official revisions of previously published data up to June 2014 (accessed March 27, 2015).
Note: Import values are based on Customs value; export values are based on free along ship value, U.S. port of export. Calculations based on unrounded data.
aLess than $500,000.

Sector: Transportation Equipment

Table TE.1: Transportation equipment: U.S. exports and general imports, by selected trading partners, 2010–14
 
Million $
 
           
Absolute change,
Percent change,
Item
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2013-14
2013-14
U.S. exports of domestic exports merchandise:              
Canada 57,824 63,923 68,185 68,936 69,182 246 0.4
Mexico 22,523 26,828 31,131 33,726 35,427 1,700 5
Japan 7,527 7,775 11,462 10,040 9,904 -136 -1.4
Germany 11,311 13,116 13,505 12,589 13,396 808 6.4
China 12,520 15,831 17,522 25,035 28,877 3,843 15.4
South Korea 4,702 4,802 5,579 6,217 5,917 -300 -4.8
United Kingdom 8,785 9,957 9,570 10,933 12,038 1,105 10.1
France 7,672 7,847 8,262 8,495 8,416 -79 -0.9
Brazil 7,265 9,122 8,996 8,141 6,990 -1,151 -14.1
Italy 1,797 1,990 2,275 2,373 2,822 449 18.9
All other 81,081 96,883 109,633 106,542 112,392 5,850 5.5
Total domestic exports 223,007 258,074 286,121 293,026 305,360 12,334 4.2
Re-exports 18,252 21,990 27,324 29,086 30,268 1,182 4.1
Total U.S. exports (domestic exports and re-exports) 241,259 280,064 313,445 322,112 335,629 13,516 4.2
U.S. general imports:              
Canada 59,077 64,658 73,442 71,518 74,189 2,671 3.7
Mexico 57,620 67,507 77,861 85,139 96,238 11,098 13
Japan 52,791 55,699 70,144 67,913 65,156 -2,757 -4.1
Germany 28,427 34,128 40,291 43,412 46,106 2,695 6.2
China 11,971 15,440 17,046 18,052 21,499 3,446 19.1
South Korea 11,359 15,279 18,804 20,841 24,042 3,200 15.4
United Kingdom 9,362 10,796 12,771 12,965 14,054 1,089 8.4
France 10,429 10,704 11,549 13,201 14,039 838 6.4
Brazil 2,274 2,987 3,419 3,368 4,232 864 25.7
Italy 3,737 4,651 5,785 6,528 7,868 1,340 20.5
All other 21,970 28,146 32,205 32,509 35,596 3,087 9.5
Total general imports 269,017 309,994 363,318 375,445 403,018 27,572 7.3
Source: Compiled from official statistics of the U.S. Department of Commerce for the 2010–14 period. These reflect all official revisions of previously published data up to June 2014 (accessed April 21, 2015).
Note: Import values are based on Customs value; export values are based on free along ship value, U.S. port of export. Calculations based on unrounded data. The trading partners shown are those with the largest total U.S. trade (U.S. general imports plus U.S. domestic exports) in these products in the current year. Re-exports (also called Re-exports) are further defined in the “Frequently Asked Questions” (FAQs) and in the “Trade Metrics” discussion.
Table TE.2: Transportation equipment: Leading changes in U.S. domestic exports and general imports, 2010–14
 
Million $
 
           
Absolute change,
Percent change,
Item
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2013-14
2013-14
U.S. domestic exports:              
Increases:              
Aircraft, spacecraft, and related equipment (TE013) 74,263 82,245 95,409 104,392 113,381 8,989 8.6
Motor vehicles (TE009) 48,978 59,436 65,752 69,773 73,656 3,883 5.6
Internal combustion piston engines, other than for aircraft (TE002) 16,216 18,189 18,942 18,867 20,181 1,314 7
Decreases:              
Construction and mining equipment (TE004) 22,081 27,998 30,007 23,788 20,369 -3,418 -14.4
All other 61,470 70,206 76,011 76,207 77,773 1,566 2.1
Total 223,007 258,074 286,121 293,026 305,360 12,334 4.2
U.S. general imports:              
Increases:              
Certain motor-vehicle parts (TE010) 54,444 63,368 73,333 75,206 82,013 6,806 9
Motor vehicles (TE009) 130,065 140,963 168,195 176,780 183,251 6,471 3.7
Aircraft, spacecraft, and related equipment (TE013) 18,766 21,463 24,134 29,423 34,264 4,841 16.5
Internal combustion piston engines, other than for aircraft (TE002) 19,775 25,459 28,014 26,967 30,142 3,175 11.8
All other 45,966 58,741 69,643 67,069 73,348 6,279 9.4
Total 269,017 309,994 363,318 375,445 403,018 27,572 7.3
Source: Compiled from official statistics of the U.S. Department of Commerce for the 2010–14 period. These reflect all official revisions of previously published data up to June 2014 (accessed March 27, 2015).
Note: Import values are based on Customs value; export values are based on free along ship value, U.S. port of export. Calculations based on unrounded data. Table TE.2 Changes in U.S. trade of transportation equipment, by sector (2010–14)

Special Topic: Trade Metrics

Table ST.1: U.S. general imports and U.S. imports for consumption diverged little over the 2010–14 period (million dollars)
Item
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
U.S. general imports 1,913,856.60 2,207,954.30 2,276,302.30 2,268,321.30 2,345,187.10
Entered into an FTZ or bonded warehouse 228,821 302,335 303,428 286,798 293,022
FTZ share of general imports 12 13.7 13.3 12.6 12.5
U.S. imports for consumption 1,900,587 2,187,994 2,251,808 2,241,442 2,313,960
Admitted from an FTZ or bonded warehouse 215,551 282,374 278,933 259,919 261,795
FTZ share of imports for consumption 11.3 12.9 12.4 11.6 11.3
Imports for consumption as a share of general imports (percent) 99% 99% 99% 99% 99%
Source: Compiled from official statistics of the U.S. Department of Commerce for the 2010–14 period. These reflect all official revisions of previously published data up to June 2014 (accessed February 13, 2015).
Table ST.2: The value and share of U.S. re-exports grew from 2010 to 2014 (million dollars)
Item
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
Total exports 1,278,495 1,482,508 1,545,703 1,579,593 1,623,443
Domestic exports 1,122,567 1,300,125 1,352,140 1,371,432 1,402,273
Re-exports (re-exports) 155,927 182,383 193,563 208,161 221,170
Re-exports' share of total 12% 12% 13% 13% 14%
Source: Compiled from official statistics of the U.S. Department of Commerce for the 2010–14 period. These reflect all official revisions of previously published data up to June 2014 (accessed February 13, 2015).
Table ST.3: Exports from FTZs have increased every year since 2010 (billion dollars)
Item
2010
2011
2012
2013
Exports from FTZsa 34.8 54.3 69.9 79.5
Share of total exports 3% 4% 5% 5%
Source: USDOC, FTZ Board, "75th Annual Report to Congress," August 2014, 6.
a Exports from FTZs include both domestic exports and re-exports (foreign exports). Additionally, these figures only reflect the material inputs and do not include value added during manufacturing.
Table ST.4: Vehicle production had the highest level of Re-exports imports by FTZ warehouse/distribution operators in 2013 (million dollars)
Item
2010
2011
2012
2013
2013 share
Vehicles 10,419 11,532 16,158 24,126 29%
Oil/petroleum 4,710 36,844 29,689 19,053 23%
Other electronics 1,318 2,629 2,861 8,965 11%
Textiles/footwear 1,278 2,868 3,795 7,953 10%
Consumer electronics 8,747 1,241 9,825 5,761 7%
Consumer products 801 2,848 3,308 4,193 5%
Electrical machinery 209 916 1,190 3,530 4%
Vehicle parts 2,623 4,721 1,694 2,016 2%
Other metals/minerals 3,781 916 1,184 1,163 1%
Machinery/equipment 822 6,666 1,176 1,052 1%
Pharmaceuticals 533 1,213 1,007 908 1%
All other 3,850 2,535 3,137 3,282 4%
Total 39,091 74,929 75,024 82,002 100%
Source: Re-exports Trade Zones Board, "75th Annual Report to Congress," August 2014, p 8; Re-exports Trade Zones Board, "74th Annual Report to Congress," August 2013, p 7; Re-exports Trade Zones Board, "73rd Annual Report to Congress," December 2012, p 7; Re-exports Trade Zones Board, "72nd Annual Report to Congress,"December 2011, p 23.
Table ST.5: Canada and Mexico were the largest destination markets for U.S. Re-exports in 2014 (million dollars)
Item
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2014 share
Canada 42,454 47,190 47,936 49,811 49,195 22%
Mexico 31,847 38,342 41,041 44,439 47,619 22%
Hong Kong 7,210 8,986 9,503 10,806 13,615 6%
China 6,125 7,004 7,087 7,707 8,102 4%
United Kingdom 4,553 5,951 6,498 6,127 7,467 3%
Israel 4,794 5,875 4,537 5,910 7,179 3%
Brazil 2,938 4,001 4,558 4,989 6,152 3%
Belgium 5,207 5,677 6,451 6,455 6,096 3%
Switzerland 2,751 3,168 4,293 4,937 6,032 3%
Germany 3,814 4,919 5,106 5,073 5,842 3%
All other 44,235 51,271 56,553 61,907 63,871 29%
Total 155,927 182,383 193,563 208,161 221,170 100%
Source: Official statistics of the U.S. Department of Commerce for the 2010–14 period. These reflect all official revisions of previously published data up to June 2014 (accessed February 13, 2015).
Table ST.6: Electronics was the largest U.S. re-export sector in 2014 (million dollars)
Item
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2014 share
Electronics 77,098 86,588 90,657 94,057 98,416 44%
Minerals and metals 18,299 24,111 23,011 27,907 31,030 14%
Transportation equipment 18,252 21,990 27,324 29,086 30,268 14%
Machinery 12,962 14,785 15,977 17,180 18,552 8%
Manufactures 10,173 11,711 13,451 14,094 16,926 8%
Chemicals 9,983 11,342 11,378 13,044 11,810 5%
Textiles 4,010 4,606 4,773 5,310 5,681 3%
Agriculture 2,350 2,897 3,221 3,619 3,924 2%
Energy products 893 2,056 1,427 1,307 1,877 1%
Forest products 1,266 1,532 1,504 1,617 1,649 1%
Footwear 377 457 509 603 626 0%
Special provisions 264 307 332 336 412 0%
Total 155,927 182,383 193,563 208,161 221,170 100%
Source: Official statistics of the U.S. Department of Commerce for the 2010–14 period. These reflect all official revisions of previously published data up to June 2014 (accessed February 13, 2015).
Table ST.7: The computers and telecommunications equipment product groups held the largest share of re-exports groups in 2014 (million dollars)
Item
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2014 share
Computers, peripherals, and parts 21,470 26,176 26,449 26,384 26,801 12%
Telecommunications equipment 13,837 16,889 18,370 19,829 21,841 10%
Natural and synthetic gemstones 11,612 15,601 14,554 18,594 20,868 9%
Semiconductors and integrated circuits 15,618 14,520 14,538 15,192 14,555 7%
Aircraft, spacecraft, and related equipment 5,278 5,425 8,333 9,480 10,423 5%
Medical goods 5,451 5,749 6,689 7,542 7,915 4%
Certain motor-vehicle parts 3,963 4,945 6,252 7,269 7,111 3%
Precious jewelry and related articles 2,130 2,876 3,942 5,102 6,038 3%
Consumer electronics 5,557 6,045 6,037 5,494 5,682 3%
Works of art and miscellaneous manufactured goods 3,545 3,873 4,412 3,918 5,584 3%
All other 67,466 80,285 83,988 89,356 94,352 43%
Total 155,927 182,383 193,563 208,161 221,170 100%
Source: Compiled from official statistics of the U.S. Department of Commerce for the 2010–14 period. These reflect all official revisions of previously published data up to June 2014 (accessed February 13, 2015).

U.S. trade for industry/commodity groups and subgroups

Table AG: Agricultural products: U.S. trade for industry/commodity groups and subgroups, 2010–14.
 
Million $
 
           
Absolute change,
Percent change,
USITC code and industry/commodity group
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2013-14
2013-14
           
AG001 Certain miscellaneous animals and meats              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 2,498 2,919 2,809 2,993 3,347 354 11.8
Re-exports 38 45 56 73 74 2 2.4
Total 2,537 2,964 2,864 3,065 3,421 356 11.6
General imports 1,739 2,022 2,102 2,231 2,452 221 9.9
AG002 Cattle and beef              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 3,875 5,224 5,625 6,104 6,843 739 12.1
Re-exports 3 7 31 31 37 5 17.1
Total 3,878 5,230 5,656 6,136 6,880 744 12.1
General imports 4,315 4,457 5,353 5,417 8,057 2,640 48.7
AG003 Swine and pork              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 4,002 5,269 5,495 5,116 5,581 465 9.1
Re-exports 3 2 3 6 15 9 155.9
Total 4,004 5,271 5,497 5,122 5,596 474 9.2
General imports 1,293 1,367 1,354 1,500 1,914 414 27.6
AG004 Sheep and meat of sheep              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 28 28 21 21 22 (a) 1.4
Re-exports 3 3 4 5 5 (a) 7.2
Total 31 31 25 26 27 1 2.4
General imports 514 659 553 567 676 109 19.2
AG005 Poultry              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 4,290 5,009 5,531 5,586 5,586 (a) (b)
Re-exports 2 8 8 20 9 -11 -56.1
Total 4,292 5,017 5,539 5,606 5,595 -11 -0.2
General imports 301 310 373 403 432 29 7.2
AG006 Fresh or frozen fish              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 2,652 3,350 3,188 3,278 3,258 -20 -0.6
Re-exports 148 183 211 218 222 4 1.9
Total 2,800 3,534 3,399 3,496 3,480 -16 -0.5
General imports 5,433 5,985 6,402 6,680 7,255 575 8.6
AG007 Canned fish              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 234 265 270 279 262 -18 -6.4
Re-exports 4 6 9 8 7 (a) -5.5
Total 238 271 278 287 269 -18 -6.4
General imports 1,221 1,342 1,596 1,526 1,444 -82 -5.4
AG008 Cured and other fish              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 230 243 274 288 273 -14 -5
Re-exports 20 19 19 21 15 -6 -28.3
Total 249 262 293 309 288 -20 -6.6
General imports 469 518 548 539 538 -2 -0.3
AG009 Shellfish              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 1,186 1,496 1,503 1,501 1,686 185 12.3
Re-exports 83 104 112 143 169 25 17.6
Total 1,269 1,600 1,615 1,645 1,855 210 12.8
General imports 7,478 8,708 8,059 9,153 10,918 1,765 19.3
AG010 Dairy products              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 3,438 4,493 4,815 6,376 6,765 389 6.1
Re-exports 37 34 40 42 63 21 50.8
Total 3,475 4,527 4,854 6,418 6,828 410 6.4
General imports 2,001 2,306 2,515 2,454 2,791 338 13.8
AG011 Eggs              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 359 409 483 610 611 1 0.2
Re-exports 2 6 15 11 1 -11 -93
Total 362 415 498 621 612 -9 -1.5
General imports 40 42 43 42 63 21 50.1
AG012 Sugar and other sweeteners              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 1,102 1,340 1,493 1,358 1,186 -173 -12.7
Re-exports 25 38 38 50 41 -9 -18.1
Total 1,127 1,378 1,531 1,409 1,227 -182 -12.9
General imports 2,739 3,727 3,308 2,703 2,816 113 4.2
AG012A Sugar              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 232 280 271 271 245 -26 -9.7
Re-exports 8 25 25 17 23 6 37.2
Total 240 304 295 288 268 -20 -7
General imports 2,041 2,861 2,348 1,672 1,678 6 0.4
AG012B High fructose corn sweetener              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 510 595 780 620 503 -116 -18.8
Re-exports 3 8 8 24 6 -19 -76.6
Total 513 603 788 644 509 -135 -21
General imports 104 108 120 134 145 12 8.7
AG013 Animal feeds              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 9,685 10,110 12,627 14,615 14,465 -150 -1
Re-exports 57 56 65 61 63 1 2.4
Total 9,741 10,166 12,692 14,676 14,527 -149 -1
General imports 1,472 2,068 2,676 2,905 3,129 224 7.7
AG014 Live plants              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 198 209 218 242 247 5 2.1
Re-exports 8 8 9 11 13 3 26.2
Total 206 217 227 253 261 8 3.1
General imports 524 549 524 552 585 33 5.9
AG015 Seeds              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 1,291 1,461 1,560 1,643 1,704 61 3.7
Re-exports 179 191 256 314 357 43 13.6
Total 1,470 1,652 1,815 1,957 2,061 104 5.3
General imports 813 936 1,289 1,542 1,307 -234 -15.2
AG015A Grass Seed              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 358 455 447 475 450 -26 -5.4
Re-exports 8 8 8 10 15 4 40.7
Total 366 463 456 486 464 -22 -4.4
General imports 124 142 164 184 208 25 13.4
AG015B Fruit Seed              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 55 66 53 50 50 (a) 0.2
Re-exports 24 25 36 36 56 19 54
Total 78 91 89 86 105 20 22.8
General imports 46 56 66 68 65 -3 -3.9
AG015C Vegetable Seeds              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 490 522 495 473 497 24 5
Re-exports 139 144 200 238 256 18 7.7
Total 629 666 695 711 753 42 5.9
General imports 340 408 496 486 512 25 5.2
AG015D Grain Seeds              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 235 275 344 423 510 87 20.6
Re-exports 6 9 10 28 30 2 6
Total 242 284 353 451 540 89 19.7
General imports 240 258 456 671 463 -208 -31
AG015E Sugar Beet Seed              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 4 5 5 4 7 3 68.5
Re-exports (a) 0 (a) 0 0 0 0
Total 4 5 5 4 7 3 68.5
General imports 1 5 (a) (a) (a) (a) -86.3
AG015F Oilseed Seeds              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 147 137 214 216 189 -27 -12.4
Re-exports 2 4 2 2 1 -1 -39.6
Total 149 141 215 218 190 -27 -12.6
General imports 62 65 106 132 59 -73 -55.1
AG015G Tobacco Seeds              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 2 2 2 2 2 (a) -6.8
Re-exports (a) (a) 0 (a) 0 (a) -100
Total 2 2 2 2 2 (a) -13.3
General imports (a) 1 2 (a) (a) (a) -48.6
AG016 Cut flowers              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 37 33 26 24 22 -2 -9
Re-exports 43 34 9 10 8 -2 -22.5
Total 81 68 36 33 29 -4 -12.9
General imports 847 881 968 1,001 1,019 19 1.9
AG017 Miscellaneous vegetable substances              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 875 903 1,006 916 912 -5 -0.5
Re-exports 43 63 81 75 80 5 7.2
Total 917 966 1,087 991 992 1 0.1
General imports 1,466 2,350 5,043 3,428 3,082 -346 -10.1
AG018 Fresh, chilled, or frozen vegetables              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 2,181 2,338 2,266 2,482 2,475 -8 -0.3
Re-exports 587 625 626 704 743 39 5.6
Total 2,767 2,963 2,892 3,187 3,218 31 1
General imports 5,847 6,491 6,516 7,369 7,452 83 1.1
AG019 Prepared or preserved vegetables, mushrooms, and olives              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 2,561 2,795 3,193 3,426 3,627 201 5.9
Re-exports 79 80 83 90 82 -8 -9.1
Total 2,640 2,875 3,276 3,516 3,709 193 5.5
General imports 2,897 3,200 3,433 3,382 3,468 86 2.5
AG020 Edible nuts              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 4,757 5,680 6,879 8,341 8,693 351 4.2
Re-exports 44 53 87 97 84 -13 -13.8
Total 4,801 5,733 6,966 8,439 8,776 338 4
General imports 1,462 1,863 2,000 2,000 2,355 355 17.8
AG021 Tropical fruit              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 101 107 153 174 153 -21 -12.1
Re-exports 534 599 595 642 679 36 5.7
Total 636 705 747 816 832 15 1.9
General imports 3,294 3,838 3,974 4,391 4,965 574 13.1
AG022 Citrus fruit              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 1,001 1,113 1,135 1,139 1,035 -104 -9.1
Re-exports 23 31 25 39 46 6 16.4
Total 1,023 1,144 1,160 1,178 1,081 -98 -8.3
General imports 776 838 863 970 1,069 99 10.2
AG023 Deciduous fruit              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 1,552 1,774 2,043 1,988 2,027 39 2
Re-exports 70 78 67 69 68 -1 -1.5
Total 1,622 1,851 2,110 2,058 2,096 38 1.8
General imports 424 392 372 461 505 45 9.7
AG024 Other fresh fruit              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 1,438 1,638 1,781 1,919 1,866 -53 -2.8
Re-exports 492 512 517 542 526 -16 -2.9
Total 1,929 2,149 2,298 2,461 2,393 -68 -2.8
General imports 2,804 2,659 2,942 3,239 3,533 294 9.1
AG025 Dried fruit other than tropical              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 607 709 689 675 694 19 2.8
Re-exports 13 12 16 21 16 -5 -24.4
Total 621 721 705 696 710 14 1.9
General imports 183 207 218 215 224 9 4.3
AG026 Frozen fruit              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 149 192 210 218 234 16 7.2
Re-exports 21 28 34 48 34 -14 -29
Total 170 220 245 266 268 2 0.6
General imports 393 527 625 631 734 103 16.3
AG027 Prepared or preserved fruit              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 412 517 520 582 678 96 16.5
Re-exports 25 30 33 31 31 (a) -0.7
Total 436 547 554 613 709 96 15.6
General imports 1,325 1,522 1,634 1,782 1,818 36 2
AG028 Coffee and tea              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 945 1,208 1,352 1,305 1,252 -53 -4.1
Re-exports 174 274 228 180 229 49 27
Total 1,120 1,482 1,579 1,485 1,481 -4 -0.3
General imports 5,467 8,672 7,615 6,440 6,945 505 7.8
AG029 Spices              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 122 131 149 154 169 15 9.9
Re-exports 22 32 36 44 50 6 14.9
Total 144 164 185 197 219 22 11
General imports 872 1,124 1,197 1,276 1,426 150 11.8
AG030 Cereals              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 19,882 28,135 20,338 19,855 22,385 2,530 12.7
Re-exports 18 25 43 113 114 1 1.2
Total 19,899 28,160 20,382 19,968 22,500 2,532 12.7
General imports 1,610 1,934 2,670 3,416 2,834 -582 -17.1
AG031 Milled grains, malts, and starches              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 736 753 820 767 778 11 1.5
Re-exports 7 6 11 11 11 -1 -4.6
Total 743 759 831 778 789 11 1.4
General imports 982 1,089 1,114 1,271 1,388 117 9.2
AG032 Oilseeds              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 18,996 17,932 24,945 21,901 24,553 2,653 12.1
Re-exports 19 17 20 25 27 2 10.1
Total 19,015 17,949 24,964 21,925 24,580 2,655 12.1
General imports 647 871 843 1,421 2,052 631 44.4
AG033 Animal or vegetable fats and oils              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 4,484 4,745 4,422 3,588 3,213 -375 -10.4
Re-exports 165 251 210 191 205 14 7.6
Total 4,649 4,996 4,632 3,778 3,418 -360 -9.5
General imports 4,315 6,574 5,971 5,825 5,880 55 0.9
AG034 Pasta, cereals, and other bakery goods              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 2,707 3,037 3,407 3,650 3,702 52 1.4
Re-exports 24 31 37 51 52 1 1.4
Total 2,731 3,068 3,444 3,700 3,753 53 1.4
General imports 4,416 4,887 5,131 5,382 5,597 215 4
AG035 Sauces, condiments, and soups              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 1,284 1,415 1,576 1,741 1,915 174 10
Re-exports 17 24 30 27 22 -5 -19.7
Total 1,301 1,438 1,606 1,768 1,937 169 9.5
General imports 1,031 1,156 1,230 1,282 1,313 31 2.4
AG036 Infant formulas, malt extracts, and other edible preparations              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 4,181 4,825 5,421 6,064 6,250 187 3.1
Re-exports 82 70 74 82 91 9 10.9
Total 4,262 4,895 5,495 6,145 6,341 196 3.2
General imports 1,915 2,097 2,274 2,456 2,536 80 3.2
AG037 Cocoa, chocolate, and confectionery              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 1,531 1,801 1,980 2,173 2,298 124 5.7
Re-exports 237 215 206 212 365 153 71.9
Total 1,768 2,016 2,186 2,386 2,663 277 11.6
General imports 5,605 6,102 5,585 5,735 6,416 682 11.9
AG038 Fruit and vegetable juices              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 1,084 1,240 1,217 1,222 1,131 -91 -7.4
Re-exports 140 158 140 111 104 -7 -6.5
Total 1,224 1,397 1,357 1,333 1,235 -98 -7.3
General imports 1,450 1,970 1,927 1,809 1,856 47 2.6
AG039 Nonalcoholic beverages, excluding fruit and vegetable juices              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 886 1,025 1,169 1,302 1,392 89 6.9
Re-exports 10 10 13 12 16 4 35.6
Total 896 1,035 1,182 1,314 1,408 94 7.1
General imports 1,791 2,031 2,407 2,590 2,784 194 7.5
AG040 Malt beverages              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 328 366 446 518 538 21 4
Re-exports 53 4 3 3 4 1 32.3
Total 381 369 448 520 542 22 4.1
General imports 3,534 3,575 3,706 3,709 4,144 434 11.7
AG041 Wine and certain other fermented beverages              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 1,064 1,297 1,336 1,554 1,494 -60 -3.9
Re-exports 81 101 97 64 64 (a) 0.2
Total 1,146 1,398 1,432 1,618 1,558 -60 -3.7
General imports 4,356 4,958 5,208 5,417 5,531 114 2.1
AG042 Distilled spirits              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 1,176 1,363 1,502 1,534 1,600 66 4.3
Re-exports 241 389 417 413 453 41 9.9
Total 1,417 1,752 1,919 1,947 2,053 107 5.5
General imports 5,648 6,297 6,561 6,958 7,090 132 1.9
AG043 Unmanufactured tobacco              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 1,168 1,149 1,101 1,138 1,086 -52 -4.6
Re-exports 8 10 30 75 52 -23 -31
Total 1,175 1,159 1,131 1,213 1,138 -75 -6.2
General imports 701 752 958 987 831 -156 -15.8
AG044 Cigars and certain other manufactured tobacco              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 84 106 166 197 153 -44 -22.4
Re-exports 8 4 3 6 9 3 54.3
Total 91 111 169 203 162 -41 -20.2
General imports 540 599 683 777 823 46 6
AG045 Cigarettes              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 371 383 317 288 274 -15 -5.1
Re-exports 33 43 41 205 193 -12 -5.9
Total 404 426 357 494 467 -27 -5.4
General imports 182 181 188 411 403 -8 -1.8
AG046 Hides, skins, and leather              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 2,827 3,249 3,155 3,662 3,716 55 1.5
Re-exports 79 79 81 97 121 24 24.3
Total 2,906 3,328 3,236 3,759 3,837 78 2.1
General imports 599 619 684 721 800 80 11
AG047 Furskins              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 265 399 582 667 537 -130 -19.5
e-exports 3 3 4 4 9 5 126.5
Total 268 402 586 671 546 -125 -18.6
General imports 142 166 207 265 280 15 5.5
AG048 Wool and other animal hair              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 23 25 18 24 22 -2 -6.8
Re-exports 1 1 (a) 1 1 (a) -11.6
Total 25 26 18 25 23 -2 -7
General imports 20 35 34 28 25 -3 -10.5
AG049 Cotton, not carded or combed              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 5,734 8,386 6,225 5,591 4,395 -1,195 -21.4
Re-exports 2 2 1 1 1 1 82.9
Total 5,736 8,387 6,227 5,591 4,397 -1,195 -21.4
General imports 1 16 7 7 9 3 43.4
AG050 Ethyl alcohol for nonbeverage purposes              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 874 3,265 1,901 1,555 2,062 508 32.7
Re-exports (a) (a) 2 (a) 1 (a) 317.7
Total 875 3,265 1,903 1,555 2,063 508 32.7
General imports 326 903 1,839 1,415 620 -795 -56.2
Source: Compiled from official statistics of the U.S. Department of Commerce for the 2010–14 period. These reflect all official revisions of previously published data up to June 2014 (accessed April 27, 2015).
Note: The codes shown above are used by the U.S. International Trade Commission to identify major groupings and subgroupings of imported and exported products for trade monitoring purposes. Import values are based on customs value; export values are based on free along ship value, U.S. port of export. Calculations based on unrounded data.
a Less than $500,000.
b Less than 0.05 percent.
Table CH: Chemicals and related products: U.S. trade for industry/commodity groups and subgroups, 2010–14.
 
Million $
 
           
Absolute change,
Percent change,
USITC code and industry/commodity group
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2013-14
2013-14
CH001 Major primary olefins              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 590 896 621 660 413 -246 -37.4
Re-exports (a) (a) 4 (a) (a) (a) -7.3
Total 590 896 625 660 413 -246 -37.4
General imports 1,956 2,754 2,151 1,633 1,455 -177 -10.9
CH002 Other olefins              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 624 663 629 519 621 102 19.7
Re-exports 35 31 33 34 30 -4 -10.8
Total 659 694 661 553 651 98 17.8
General imports 479 623 699 694 650 -44 -6.3
CH003 Primary aromatics              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 795 1,174 1,064 739 622 -117 -15.8
Re-exports 0 (a) 6 13 (a) -13 -96.8
Total 795 1,174 1,070 752 623 -129 -17.2
General imports 1,384 1,407 1,844 2,238 2,684 446 19.9
CH004 Organic commodity chemicals              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 5,047 6,033 6,528 7,269 6,262 -1,006 -13.8
Re-exports 3 2 5 11 8 -4 -31.2
Total 5,049 6,035 6,533 7,280 6,270 -1,010 -13.9
General imports 1,843 2,256 1,910 2,383 2,596 213 8.9
CH005 Organic specialty chemicals              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 9,780 9,490 9,384 8,932 8,915 -17 -0.2
Re-exports 570 730 749 854 512 -342 -40
Total 10,350 10,221 10,133 9,786 9,427 -359 -3.7
General imports 9,032 11,140 11,661 12,785 13,768 983 7.7
CH006 Certain organic chemicals              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 17,617 20,763 20,260 20,352 19,719 -633 -3.1
Re-exports 286 350 330 357 351 -6 -1.7
Total 17,903 21,113 20,590 20,708 20,070 -639 -3.1
General imports 9,117 11,290 10,715 10,970 11,666 696 6.3
CH007 Miscellaneous inorganic chemicals              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 11,397 12,696 12,814 12,443 13,285 842 6.8
Re-exports 651 509 431 415 434 19 4.6
Total 12,048 13,205 13,245 12,858 13,719 861 6.7
General imports 8,261 11,026 10,185 9,288 9,814 526 5.7
CH008 Inorganic acids              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 658 909 849 890 758 -131 -14.8
Re-exports 5 6 6 8 12 4 54.8
Total 663 914 855 898 771 -127 -14.2
General imports 514 665 721 664 721 57 8.6
CH009 Chlor-alkali chemicals              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 1,584 2,121 2,397 2,347 2,263 -84 -3.6
Re-exports 17 20 20 10 9 -1 -10.5
Total 1,601 2,141 2,417 2,357 2,272 -86 -3.6
General imports 355 487 405 428 383 -45 -10.5
CH010 Fertilizers              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 4,012 5,512 4,993 4,483 4,187 -297 -6.6
Re-exports 941 1,152 885 962 881 -82 -8.5
Total 4,952 6,664 5,878 5,446 5,067 -378 -6.9
General imports 9,639 13,617 13,233 12,051 11,313 -737 -6.1
CH011 Paints, inks, and related items, and certain components thereof              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 6,978 8,218 7,556 7,177 7,234 57 0.8
Re-exports 171 224 243 254 277 23 9
Total 7,148 8,442 7,799 7,431 7,511 80 1.1
General imports 2,753 3,171 3,382 3,498 3,723 225 6.4
CH012 Synthetic organic pigments              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 446 427 375 336 340 4 1.1
Re-exports 22 25 22 23 25 1 4.9
Total 468 451 397 360 365 5 1.4
General imports 494 533 539 540 569 29 5.4
CH013 Synthetic dyes and azoic couplers              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 378 415 390 450 525 74 16.5
Re-exports 38 35 44 38 44 6 16.1
Total 416 450 434 488 568 81 16.5
General imports 381 382 412 398 442 44 11
CH014 Synthetic tanning agents              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 24 22 23 24 24 (a) 1.4
Re-exports 1 1 1 1 2 (a) 46.4
Total 25 23 24 25 26 1 3.3
General imports 8 9 9 10 16 6 54.1
CH015 Natural tanning and dyeing materials              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 78 82 88 83 94 11 13.4
Re-exports 8 15 8 8 12 4 49.8
Total 86 97 96 91 106 15 16.7
General imports 138 146 185 182 167 -15 -8.4
CH016 Photographic chemicals and preparations              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 803 692 700 691 634 -57 -8.2
Re-exports 65 99 113 125 87 -38 -30.1
Total 868 790 814 816 721 -94 -11.6
General imports 601 736 705 725 689 -36 -4.9
CH017 Pesticide products and formulations              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 4,526 4,331 4,605 5,200 5,438 238 4.6
Re-exports 510 699 788 897 506 -391 -43.6
Total 5,036 5,030 5,392 6,098 5,945 -153 -2.5
General imports 2,118 2,728 3,371 3,641 3,802 161 4.4
CH018 Adhesives and glues              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 1,265 1,340 1,395 1,409 1,436 27 1.9
Re-exports 52 59 57 56 50 -6 -10.4
Total 1,317 1,399 1,452 1,465 1,486 21 1.4
General imports 313 332 356 385 401 15 4
CH019 Medicinal chemicals              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 47,182 45,453 48,573 48,488 51,942 3,455 7.1
Re-exports 2,956 3,144 2,651 3,374 2,676 -698 -20.7
Total 50,138 48,596 51,223 51,861 54,619 2,757 5.3
General imports 86,532 92,961 89,365 85,433 93,487 8,054 9.4
CH020 Essential oils and other flavoring materials              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 2,051 2,216 2,356 2,520 2,568 48 1.9
Re-exports 37 50 60 50 53 3 5.6
Total 2,088 2,266 2,417 2,570 2,621 51 2
General imports 2,973 3,207 3,195 3,447 3,653 206 6
CH021 Perfumes, cosmetics, and toiletries              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 6,600 6,907 7,499 7,905 8,175 270 3.4
Re-exports 592 652 718 869 952 83 9.5
Total 7,193 7,559 8,217 8,775 9,128 353 4
General imports 5,497 6,255 6,891 7,627 8,149 523 6.9
CH022 Soaps, detergents, and surface-active agents              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 5,114 5,575 5,817 5,929 6,185 257 4.3
Re-exports 84 93 113 132 126 -5 -4.1
Total 5,198 5,669 5,931 6,060 6,311 251 4.1
General imports 2,034 2,284 2,493 2,629 2,713 84 3.2
CH023 Miscellaneous chemicals and specialties              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 5,729 6,812 6,854 7,038 6,891 -147 -2.1
Re-exports 262 330 348 419 391 -28 -6.8
Total 5,991 7,142 7,203 7,457 7,282 -175 -2.4
General imports 4,119 5,034 4,818 5,947 5,668 -279 -4.7
CH024 Explosives, propellant powders, and related items              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 731 726 766 750 781 31 4.2
Re-exports 57 68 87 70 63 -7 -9.6
Total 788 794 853 820 845 25 3
General imports 601 616 628 632 731 99 15.7
CH025 Polyethylene resins in primary forms              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 6,966 7,500 7,380 7,746 7,855 109 1.4
Re-exports 109 157 171 270 258 -13 -4.7
Total 7,075 7,657 7,551 8,016 8,112 96 1.2
General imports 3,347 4,144 3,833 4,283 4,805 523 12.2
CH026 Polypropylene resins in primary forms              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 3,080 3,443 3,127 3,174 3,153 -21 -0.7
Re-exports 13 27 16 33 50 17 53
Total 3,093 3,470 3,143 3,207 3,203 -3 -0.1
General imports 256 308 363 414 522 108 26
CH027 Polyvinyl chloride resins in primary forms              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 3,150 3,500 3,403 3,375 3,242 -133 -3.9
Re-exports 14 7 11 13 13 (a) 1.2
Total 3,164 3,508 3,414 3,388 3,256 -133 -3.9
General imports 370 473 452 433 448 15 3.5
CH028 Styrene polymers in primary forms              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 1,319 1,437 1,437 1,415 1,422 7 0.5
Re-exports 34 28 47 64 68 4 6.9
Total 1,353 1,465 1,484 1,479 1,490 12 0.8
General imports 865 992 1,161 1,180 1,309 130 11
CH029 Saturated polyester resins              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 1,353 1,358 1,378 1,419 1,460 41 2.9
Re-exports 27 27 35 35 41 5 14.8
Total 1,380 1,385 1,413 1,454 1,501 47 3.2
General imports 967 1,371 1,391 1,454 1,637 183 12.6
CH030 Other plastics in primary forms              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 14,469 16,131 15,781 16,219 16,717 498 3.1
Re-exports 372 374 469 472 411 -61 -12.8
Total 14,840 16,505 16,251 16,691 17,128 438 2.6
General imports 4,638 5,073 5,507 5,599 6,346 747 13.3
CH031 Synthetic rubber              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 3,714 4,806 4,671 3,986 3,909 -77 -1.9
Re-exports 91 123 131 108 107 -1 -1.1
Total 3,804 4,929 4,802 4,095 4,016 -79 -1.9
General imports 1,817 2,509 2,605 2,213 2,381 168 7.6
CH032 Tires and tubes              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 4,385 5,415 5,889 5,470 5,464 -7 -0.1
Re-exports 401 503 610 698 681 -16 -2.4
Total 4,786 5,918 6,499 6,168 6,145 -23 -0.4
General imports 10,854 13,547 14,839 14,761 15,016 255 1.7
CH033 Miscellaneous plastic products              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 21,328 23,198 23,856 24,663 25,982 1,319 5.3
Re-exports 1,166 1,300 1,619 1,785 2,023 239 13.4
Total 22,494 24,498 25,475 26,448 28,005 1,557 5.9
General imports 23,222 25,567 27,713 29,264 31,191 1,927 6.6
CH034 Miscellaneous rubber products              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 3,125 3,523 3,892 3,955 4,189 234 5.9
Re-exports 323 395 452 512 588 76 14.8
Total 3,448 3,918 4,344 4,467 4,777 310 6.9
General imports 4,590 5,289 5,854 5,984 6,453 469 7.8
CH035 Gelatin              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 65 88 100 110 100 -10 -8.9
Re-exports 3 4 5 9 4 -4 -51.4
Total 68 93 105 118 104 -14 -11.9
General imports 208 224 288 332 290 -42 -12.6
CH036 Natural rubber              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 83 94 87 67 69 3 3.9
Re-exports 67 104 88 63 63 -1 -1.5
Total 150 198 175 130 132 2 1.3
General imports 2,820 4,773 3,382 2,559 1,954 -605 -23.6
Source: Compiled from official statistics of the U.S. Department of Commerce for the 2010–14 period. These reflect all official revisions of previously published data up to June 2014 (accessed April 27, 2015).
Note: The codes shown above are used by the U.S. International Trade Commission to identify major groupings and subgroupings of imported and exported products for trade monitoring purposes. Import values are based on customs value; export values are based on free along ship value, U.S. port of export. Calculations based on unrounded data.
a Less than $500,000.
Table EL: Electronic products: U.S. trade for industry/commodity groups and subgroups, 2010–14.
 
Million $
 
           
Absolute change,
Percent change,
USITC code and industry/commodity group
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2013-14
2013-14
EL001 Office machines              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 725 676 590 522 472 -50 -9.7
Re-exports 320 363 322 288 310 22 7.7
Total 1,046 1,039 912 810 782 -28 -3.5
General imports 1,558 1,571 1,513 1,480 1,496 17 1.1
EL002 Telecommunications equipment              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 13,612 14,628 15,169 16,271 17,058 787 4.8
Re-exports 13,837 16,889 18,370 19,829 21,841 2,012 10.1
Total 27,449 31,516 33,539 36,099 38,899 2,799 7.8
General imports 74,406 80,170 83,922 91,776 98,161 6,386 7
EL003 Consumer electronics              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 4,797 5,106 4,809 4,557 4,463 -94 -2.1
Re-exports 5,557 6,045 6,037 5,494 5,682 188 3.4
Total 10,354 11,151 10,846 10,051 10,145 94 0.9
General imports 51,264 46,552 47,967 43,201 42,791 -410 -0.9
EL003A Television receivers and video monitors              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 1,548 1,722 1,384 1,217 1,234 17 1.4
Re-exports 2,936 3,157 2,989 2,539 2,688 149 5.9
Total 4,484 4,879 4,373 3,755 3,922 167 4.4
General imports 31,179 27,602 27,594 24,278 24,340 61 0.3
EL004 Blank and prerecorded media              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 3,546 3,396 3,471 3,214 2,941 -274 -8.5
Re-exports 1,042 1,146 1,115 1,175 1,142 -33 -2.8
Total 4,588 4,542 4,586 4,390 4,083 -307 -7
General imports 3,784 4,106 4,269 4,662 5,656 994 21.3
EL005 Navigational instruments and remote control apparatus              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 2,755 3,346 3,393 3,844 3,013 -832 -21.6
Re-exports 738 874 1,003 994 1,449 456 45.9
Total 3,492 4,221 4,395 4,838 4,462 -376 -7.8
General imports 5,486 5,572 6,597 6,168 6,985 817 13.2
EL006 Radio and television broadcasting equipment              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 1,090 1,080 963 870 845 -26 -2.9
Re-exports 436 469 447 497 552 55 11
Total 1,526 1,549 1,410 1,367 1,397 29 2.1
General imports 2,747 2,904 3,351 3,064 3,238 174 5.7
EL007 Electric sound and visual signaling apparatus<              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 1,296 1,361 1,380 1,342 1,381 40 3
Re-exports 520 597 608 626 725 99 15.8
Total 1,815 1,958 1,988 1,967 2,106 139 7.1
General imports 2,859 3,056 2,988 3,084 3,347 263 8.5
EL008 Electrical capacitors and resistor              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 1,256 1,207 1,292 1,319 1,368 49 3.7
Re-exports 1,093 1,130 1,088 1,030 1,063 33 3.2
Total 2,349 2,337 2,380 2,349 2,431 82 3.5
General imports 2,274 2,292 2,294 2,411 3,251 840 34.8
EL009 Printed circuits              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 1,329 1,203 1,298 1,304 1,423 119 9.1
Re-exports 467 465 450 465 557 92 19.8
Total 1,796 1,669 1,748 1,769 1,980 211 11.9
General imports 1,870 1,913 1,894 1,923 1,974 50 2.6
EL010 Circuit apparatus exceeding 1000V              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 651 755 792 754 795 41 5.4
Re-exports 85 100 118 125 116 -9 -7.5
Total 736 855 910 879 911 32 3.6
General imports 527 688 758 670 695 25 3.8
EL011 Circuit apparatus not exceeding 1000V              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 5,906 6,165 6,539 6,807 7,252 445 6.5
Re-exports 2,064 2,178 2,409 2,624 2,923 299 11.4
Total 7,970 8,343 8,949 9,431 10,174 743 7.9
General imports 8,019 8,600 9,375 9,734 9,966 231 2.4
EL012 Circuit apparatus assemblies              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 2,445 2,816 3,352 3,828 4,099 271 7.1
Re-exports 753 1,021 1,245 1,487 1,587 100 6.7
Total 3,197 3,837 4,597 5,315 5,685 371 7
General imports 5,716 6,544 7,843 9,015 9,546 532 5.9
EL013 Parts of circuit apparatus              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 2,454 2,696 2,860 2,845 3,140 295 10.4
Re-exports 506 569 642 834 1,008 173 20.8
Total 2,960 3,265 3,503 3,679 4,148 469 12.7
General imports 2,047 2,424 2,713 2,814 3,047 234 8.3
EL014 Electron tubes              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 318 274 242 219 284 65 29.6
Re-exports 64 66 66 68 54 -14 -19.9
Total 382 339 307 287 339 51 17.9
General imports 293 349 342 311 283 -27 -8.8
EL015 Semiconductors and integrated circuits              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 31,420 29,257 26,406 26,084 27,444 1,360 5.2
Re-exports 15,618 14,520 14,538 15,192 14,555 -638 -4.2
Total 47,038 43,777 40,944 41,277 41,999 722 1.7
General imports 29,083 37,695 37,471 37,947 39,236 1,289 3.4
EL016 Miscellaneous electrical equipment              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 2,068 2,346 2,628 2,587 2,433 -154 -6
Re-exports 623 874 951 936 944 8 0.9
Total 2,691 3,220 3,579 3,523 3,377 -146 -4.1
General imports 5,676 6,951 6,284 6,536 7,204 668 10.2
EL017 Computers, peripherals, and parts              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 20,585 20,352 21,089 20,133 20,586 453 2.3
Re-exports 21,470 26,176 26,449 26,384 26,801 417 1.6
Total 42,056 46,527 47,539 46,517 47,387 871 1.9
General imports 118,164 120,774 122,736 121,094 121,156 61 0.1
EL018 Photographic film and paper              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 2,029 2,008 1,793 1,801 1,657 -144 -8
Re-exports 131 142 141 111 126 15 13.5
Total 2,160 2,149 1,934 1,912 1,784 -129 -6.7
General imports 1,163 1,120 930 875 964 89 10.2
EL019 Optical fibers, optical fiber bundles and cables              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 989 897 1,202 1,105 1,099 -6 -0.6
Re-exports 158 270 266 286 359 73 25.4
Total 1,147 1,167 1,468 1,391 1,458 67 4.8
General imports 589 678 764 836 852 16 1.9
EL020 Optical goods, including ophthalmic goods              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 5,506 5,663 5,466 5,476 5,856 380 6.9
Re-exports 1,192 1,324 1,524 1,660 1,743 83 5
Total 6,699 6,987 6,990 7,136 7,599 463 6.5
General imports 8,191 8,871 9,300 9,516 10,060 544 5.7
EL021 Photographic cameras and equipment              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 1,551 1,581 1,513 1,453 1,345 -108 -7.4
Re-exports 915 929 916 838 836 -2 -0.3
Total 2,466 2,510 2,429 2,291 2,182 -110 -4.8
General imports 933 892 857 834 822 -13 -1.5
EL022 Medical goods              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 30,602 32,327 33,434 33,463 33,716 253 0.8
Re-exports 5,451 5,749 6,689 7,542 7,915 374 5
Total 36,054 38,075 40,123 41,004 41,631 627 1.5
General imports 29,260 31,852 32,693 34,211 36,079 1,868 5.5
EL023 Watches and clocks              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 379 461 397 355 370 15 4.3
Re-exports 539 673 857 876 955 79 9
Total 918 1,134 1,254 1,231 1,325 94 7.7
General imports 3,747 4,832 4,836 5,118 5,417 299 5.9
EL024 Drawing, drafting, and calculating instruments              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 607 598 564 429 425 -4 -1
Re-exports 92 77 79 87 67 -20 -22.6
Total 699 675 643 516 492 -24 -4.7
General imports 209 245 273 277 298 21 7.8
EL025 Measuring, testing, and controlling instruments              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 22,177 24,884 26,391 26,583 25,692 -891 -3.4
Re-exports 3,426 3,942 4,328 4,608 5,105 497 10.8
Total 25,603 28,825 30,719 31,192 30,798 -394 -1.3
General imports 18,760 21,892 23,505 24,115 25,642 1,527 6.3
Source: Compiled from official statistics of the U.S. Department of Commerce for the 2010–14 period. These reflect all official revisions of previously published data up to June 2014 (accessed April 27, 2015).
Note: The codes shown above are used by the U.S. International Trade Commission to identify major groupings and subgroupings of imported and exported products for trade monitoring purposes. Import values are based on customs value; export values are based on free along ship value, U.S. port of export. Calculations based on unrounded data.
Table EP: Energy-related products: U.S. trade for industry/commodity groups and subgroups, 2010–14.
 
Million $
 
           
Absolute change,
Percent change,
USITC code and industry/commodity group
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2013-14
2013-14
EP001 Electrical energy              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 631 375 233 356 590 234 65.6
Re-exports 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Total 631 375 233 356 590 234 65.6
General imports 2,071 2,015 1,914 2,429 2,626 197 8.1
EP002 Nuclear materials              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 1,816 1,927 1,518 1,104 1,018 -86 -7.8
Re-exports 80 768 348 121 95 -26 -21.7
Total 1,896 2,695 1,866 1,225 1,112 -113 -9.2
General imports 5,025 4,943 4,171 3,846 3,177 -668 -17.4
EP003 Coal, coke, and related chemical products              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 12,609 19,401 17,529 13,770 10,320 -3,450 -25.1
Re-exports 2 4 8 8 5 -3 -41.8
Total 12,612 19,405 17,537 13,778 10,325 -3,453 -25.1
General imports 2,846 3,179 2,285 1,797 1,964 168 9.3
EP004 Crude petroleum              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 1,337 1,847 2,416 5,023 11,629 6,607 131.5
Re-exports 393 237 218 80 616 536 670.1
Total 1,731 2,084 2,634 5,103 12,246 7,143 140
General imports 260,105 336,687 315,820 273,836 246,970 -26,866 -9.8
EP005 Petroleum products              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 61,374 101,003 110,990 120,003 119,136 -867 -0.7
Re-exports 414 1,038 845 1,088 1,154 66 6.1
Total 61,788 102,041 111,835 121,092 120,291 -801 -0.7
General imports 69,267 94,648 92,564 89,209 79,808 -9,401 -10.5
EP006 Natural gas and components              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 8,448 10,568 9,243 13,012 17,983 4,971 38.2
Re-exports 4 10 7 10 6 -3 -34.9
Total 8,452 10,578 9,251 13,022 17,989 4,967 38.1
General imports 20,823 17,291 11,481 13,036 15,409 2,373 18.2
Source: Compiled from official statistics of the U.S. Department of Commerce for the 2010–14 period. These reflect all official revisions of previously published data up to June 2014 (accessed April 27, 2015).
Note: The codes shown above are used by the U.S. International Trade Commission to identify major groupings and subgroupings of imported and exported products for trade monitoring purposes. Import values are based on customs value; export values are based on free along ship value, U.S. port of export. Calculations based on unrounded data.
Table FP: Forest products: U.S. trade for industry/commodity groups and subgroups, 2010–14.
Exports:
 
Million $
 
           
Absolute change,
Percent change,
USITC code and industry/commodity group
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2013-14
2013-14
FP001 Logs and rough wood products              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 2,258 2,635 2,554 3,121 3,383 262 8.4
Re-exports 21 33 18 16 15 -1 -5.9
Total 2,279 2,668 2,571 3,137 3,398 261 8.3
General imports 424 427 459 483 519 36 7.4
FP002 Lumber              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 2,259 2,615 2,685 3,132 3,614 481 15.4
Re-exports 79 88 62 70 76 6 8.6
Total 2,338 2,704 2,747 3,202 3,690 487 15.2
General imports 3,392 3,367 3,961 5,036 5,730 694 13.8
FP003 Moldings, millwork, and joinery              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 651 704 718 738 754 16 2.2
Re-exports 61 53 42 44 43 -1 -1.9
Total 712 756 760 782 797 15 2
General imports 2,315 2,230 2,479 2,853 3,069 216 7.6
FP004 Wood veneer and wood panels              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 1,065 1,060 1,114 1,140 1,112 -28 -2.4
Re-exports 83 90 94 84 85 (a) 0.1
Total 1,148 1,149 1,208 1,225 1,197 -28 -2.3
General imports 3,417 3,267 3,939 4,601 4,795 194 4.2
FP005 Wooden containers              
xports:              
Domestic exports 271 271 277 301 337 36 12.1
Re-exports 15 19 19 24 22 -1 -6.1
Total 286 290 296 325 360 35 10.8
General imports 591 620 654 719 721 2 0.2
FP006 Tools and tool handles of wood              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 61 41 47 47 48 1 2.1
Re-exports 6 7 15 7 6 -1 -13.1
Total 67 48 63 54 54 (a) 0.2
General imports 178 186 201 224 244 20 8.9
FP007 Miscellaneous articles of wood              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 222 268 214 205 213 8 3.9
Re-exports 26 31 32 38 34 -4 -9.9
Total 248 299 246 243 247 4 1.8
General imports 1,070 1,123 1,200 1,302 1,396 94 7.3
FP008 Cork and rattan              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 47 44 41 38 40 3 7.3
Re-exports 13 14 13 13 11 -1 -11.8
Total 60 57 54 50 51 1 2.5
General imports 619 716 742 738 785 47 6.3
FP009 Wood pulp and recovered paper              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 8,799 9,801 8,981 8,703 8,751 48 0.6
Re-exports 221 384 359 306 279 -28 -9
Total 9,020 10,184 9,340 9,010 9,030 21 0.2
General imports 3,900 4,029 3,369 3,634 3,607 -27 -0.8
FP010 Paper boxes and bags              
Exports:              
Domestic exports 1,668 1,749 1,758<