List of U.S. states and territories by exports and imports

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This is a list of U.S. states, U.S. territories, and the District of Columbia by exports of goods and imports of goods as of 2018.[note 1]

An export in international trade is a good or service produced in one country that is bought by someone in another country. The sum of the exports of the states is significantly lower than the value of the United States's total exports. The difference results from goods originating from states of origin, returned goods and goods with unidentified states of origin.

An import in international trade is a good or service produced in one country that is bought (imported) by someone in another country. The sum of the imports of the states is lower than the value of the United States's total imports. The difference results from goods originating from states of origin, returned goods and goods with unidentified states of origin.

Overall, Texas has the highest export rank, while the Northern Mariana Islands has the lowest export rank. California has the highest import rank, while American Samoa has the lowest import rank.


Exports[edit]

U.S. states and territories by exports 2018 (in current dollars)
National
rank
State
or territory
exports in US$[1][2] % of states GDP[3] largest market[2] largest export product
 United States $1,665,992,031,822 8.0  Canada transportation equipment
1  Texas $315,938,509,210 17.3  Mexico oil & gas
2  California $178,181,052,789 5.9  Mexico computer & electronic products
3  New York $81,683,200,233 4.8  Canada miscellaneous manufactured commodities
4  Washington $77,968,221,479 13.5  China transportation equipment
5  Louisiana $67,297,074,920 25.9  Mexico petroleum & coal products
6  Illinois $65,491,406,440 7.4  Canada machinery, except electrical
7  Michigan $58,034,773,175 10.8  Canada transportation equipment
8  Florida $57,236,644,391 5.4  Brazil computer & electronic products
9  Ohio $54,403,829,149 7.9  Canada transportation equipment
10  Pennsylvania $41,192,635,837 5.1  Canada chemicals
11  Georgia $40,613,321,982 6.7  Canada transportation equipment
12  Indiana $39,330,299,869 10.6  Canada transportation equipment
13  New Jersey $35,354,227,977 5.6  Canada chemicals
14  South Carolina $34,628,561,632 14.8  China transportation equipment
15  North Carolina $32,761,500,870 5.7  Canada chemicals
16  Tennessee $32,710,532,911 8.8  Canada transportation equipment
17  Kentucky $31,809,780,385 15.0  Canada transportation equipment
18  Massachusetts $27,157,976,781 4.7  Canada computer & electronic products
19  Wisconsin $22,721,314,973 6.6  Canada machinery, except electrical
20  Minnesota $22,676,979,618 6.1  Canada computer & electronic products
21  Arizona $22,508,675,077 6.3  Mexico computer & electronic products
22  Oregon $22,334,782,254 9.2  China machinery, except electrical
23  Alabama $21,416,730,088 9.5  Canada transportation equipment
24  Virginia $18,352,865,115 3.4  Canada chemicals
25  Puerto Rico $18,064,403,821 17.6  Netherlands chemicals
26  Connecticut $17,403,393,376 6.2  France transportation equipment
27  Missouri $14,530,544,909 4.5  Canada transportation equipment
28  Utah $14,388,731,773 7.9  United Kingdom primary metal manufacturing
29  Iowa $14,377,073,207 7.4  Canada machinery, except electrical
30  Maryland $12,102,325,444 2.9  Canada transportation equipment
31  Mississippi $11,630,242,991 10.2  Canada petroleum & coal products
32  Kansas $11,586,747,077 6.8  Mexico transportation equipment
33  Nevada $11,094,266,256 6.6   Switzerland primary metal manufacturing
34  Colorado $8,328,833,201 2.2  Canada computer & electronic products
35  West Virginia $8,216,905,086 10.3  Canada minerals & ores
36  Nebraska $7,952,228,974 6.4  Mexico food manufactures
37  North Dakota $7,894,077,498 12.2  Canada petroleum & coal products
38  Arkansas $6,447,011,932 5.0  Canada transportation equipment
39  Oklahoma $6,108,358,741 3.0  Canada machinery, except electrical
40  New Hampshire $5,306,050,975 6.1  Germany computer & electronic products
41  Alaska $4,840,480,086 8.7  China fish & and other marine products
42  Delaware $4,713,638,776 6.1  Canada chemicals
43  Idaho $4,021,659,326 5.1  Canada computer & electronic products
44  New Mexico $3,656,825,525 3.6  Mexico computer & electronic products
45  Vermont $2,919,968,390 8.5  Canada computer & electronic products
46  Maine $2,836,567,855 4.3  Canada fish & and other marine products
47  District of Columbia $2,724,645,751 1.9  Qatar transportation equipment
48  Rhode Island $2,406,562,366 3.9  Canada waste and scrap
49  Montana $1,666,403,163 3.3  Canada chemicals
50  South Dakota $1,436,683,296 2.7  Canada food manufactures
51  Wyoming $1,356,922,150 3.4  Canada chemicals
52  Hawaii $659,774,596 0.7  South Korea petroleum & coal products
53  U.S. Virgin Islands $624,793,875 18.8  Martinique petroleum & coal products
54  American Samoa $33,200,000[4] 5.23[4]  Australia Animal meal and pellets[4]
55  Guam $19,200,000[5] 0.32[5]  Palau[5] Industrial printers[5]
56  Northern Mariana Islands $3,590,000[6] 0.22  South Korea Hydrogen[6]
Unallocated $51,891,014,251 ...  Canada special classification provisions, nesoi


Imports[edit]

U.S. states and territories by imports 2018 (in current dollars)
National
rank
State
or territory
imports in US$[7][8] % of states GDP[9] largest source[8] largest import product[8]
 United States $2,540,805,731,547 12.2  China computer & electronic products
1  California $441,019,089,038 14.6  China computer & electronic products
2  Texas $304,474,647,970 16.8  Mexico computer & electronic products
3  Illinois $157,057,657,368 17.9  China computer & electronic products
4  Michigan $146,652,478,727 27.3  Mexico transportation equipment
5  New York $137,066,298,469 8.1  China miscellaneous manufactured commodities
6  New Jersey $127,851,286,473 20.2  China chemicals
7  Georgia $98,752,830,682 16.4  China transportation equipment
8  Pennsylvania $88,517,970,983 11.0  China chemicals
9  Tennessee $86,143,216,915 23.1  China computer & electronic products
10  Florida $80,581,955,617 7.6  China computer & electronic products
11  Ohio $70,136,786,330 10.2  China transportation equipment
12  Indiana $61,713,403,725 16.6  Ireland chemicals
13  Washington $54,599,230,138 9.4  China oil & gas
14  Kentucky $54,456,708,003 25.8  China chemicals
15  North Carolina $53,417,597,560 9.3  China chemicals
16  South Carolina $40,186,583,833 17.2  China machinery, except electrical
17  Louisiana $40,019,312,797 15.7  Venezuela oil & gas
18  Massachusetts $35,644,359,825 6.2  Canada computer & electronic products
19  Maryland $35,162,967,382 8.4  United Kingdom transportation equipment
20  Minnesota $32,882,977,723 8.8  China oil & gas
21  Wisconsin $30,953,987,674 9.0  China machinery, except electrical
22  Virginia $29,390,073,664 5.4  China chemicals
23  Puerto Rico $27,106,181,334 26.9  Ireland chemicals
24  Alabama $26,221,376,811 11.7  Mexico transportation equipment
25  Arizona $22,444,728,118 6.3  Mexico computer & electronic products
26  Missouri $20,627,498,619 6.4  China chemicals
27  Oregon $20,022,847,493 8.3  China computer & electronic products
28  Connecticut $19,853,616,300 7.1  Canada primary metal manufacturing
29  Mississippi $16,670,835,668 14.4  China computer & electronic products
30  Utah $15,133,457,585 8.4  Mexico primary metal manufacturing
31  Colorado $13,519,850,683 3.6  Canada computer & electronic products
32  New Hampshire $12,494,984,664 14.5  Canada petroleum & coal products
33  Kansas $12,305,459,784 7.3  China transportation equipment
34  Nevada $11,793,165,953 7.0  China computer & electronic products
35  Arkansas $11,523,361,409 8.9  China transportation equipment
36  Oklahoma $11,238,635,194 5.5  Canada oil & gas
37  Iowa $10,734,707,907 5.5  Canada machinery, except electrical
38  Rhode Island $10,541,799,508 17.2  Mexico transportation equipment
39  Delaware $8,894,133,968 11.6  Canada oil & gas
40  Idaho $6,882,393,884 8.8  China computer & electronic products
41  Montana $4,692,715,002 9.5  Canada oil & gas
42  Hawaii $4,524,222,289 4.8  Indonesia oil & gas
43  Nebraska $4,448,997,875 3.6  China chemicals
44  Maine $3,844,280,532 5.9  Canada petroleum & coal products
45  Vermont $3,449,034,835 10.0  Canada computer & electronic products
46  West Virginia $3,433,201,536 4.3  Canada transportation equipment
47  North Dakota $3,374,054,125 6.1  Canada machinery, except electrical
48  New Mexico $2,601,768,141 2.6  Mexico computer & electronic products
49  Alaska $1,903,568,715 3.5  South Korea petroleum & coal products
50  U.S. Virgin Islands $1,463,766,432 38.9  India petroleum & coal products
51  South Dakota $1,113,911,666 2.1  Canada machinery, except electrical
52  Guam $1,110,000,000[5] 18.94  Malaysia Computers[5]
53  Wyoming $1,084,179,349 2.7  Canada oil & gas
54  District of Columbia $761,474,519 0.5  China computer & electronic products
55  Northern Mariana Islands $140,000,000[6] 8.8  Hong Kong Trunks and cases[6]
56  American Samoa $123,000,000[4] 19.4  Singapore Refined petroleum[4]
Unallocated $19,409,100,753 ...  China special classification provisions, nesoi

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ American Samoa, Guam, and Northern Mariana Islands data is from 2017.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Rank List: States in Profile". www.statsamerica.org. Retrieved 2019-06-08.
  2. ^ a b "Detection Screen". tse.export.gov. Retrieved 2019-06-08.
  3. ^ "Gross domestic product (GDP) by state (millions of current dollars)" (PDF). Bureau of Economic Analysis. Retrieved 8 June 2019.
  4. ^ a b c d e https://atlas.media.mit.edu/en/profile/country/asm/ OEC - American Samoa (Atlas.media.mit.edu). Retrieved June 2019.
  5. ^ a b c d e f https://atlas.media.mit.edu/en/profile/country/gum/ OEC — Guam. (Atlas.media.mit.edu.) Retrieved June 2019.
  6. ^ a b c d https://atlas.media.mit.edu/en/profile/country/mnp/ OEC — Northern Mariana Islands (Atlas.media.mit.edu.) Retrieved June 2019.
  7. ^ http://tse.export.gov/stateimports/TSIReports.aspx?DATA= Tse.export.gov. Imports. International Trade Administration. Retrieved June 2019.
  8. ^ a b c "Detection Screen". tse.export.gov. Retrieved 2019-06-08.
  9. ^ "Gross domestic product (GDP) by state (millions of current dollars)" (PDF). Bureau of Economic Analysis. Retrieved 8 June 2019.