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A Profile of U.S Exporting Companies
The U.S. Census Bureau, Department of Commerce, releases the report, A Profile of U.S. Importing and Exporting Companies, 2013 - 2014. It provides information on identified companies and their known export or import value.
Data and Resources
|Last Updated||July 25, 2019, 14:47 (CDT)|
|Dibuat||July 25, 2019, 14:47 (CDT)|
|publisher||US Census Bureau, Dept of Commerce|
|spatial||United States, Country|
Trade Data and Analysis
U.S. National Trade
ITA’s National Trade Data Resources
Explore U.S. trade using ITA’s interactive resources.
Interested in doing your own research? ITA’s data tools allow you to choose the time period, industry, and partner of interest.
Infographics and Tables
Looking for something pre-made? ITA’s infographics and tables provide snapshots of the latest national trade trends.
National trade data resources from other agencies:
Other U.S. Government sources for trade data include: Census’ USA Trade Online(goods trade), USITC’s Dataweb (goods trade), and the Bureau of Economic Analysis’ International Transaction Accounts (goods and services trade).
U.S. State & Metro Trade
Trade data resources at the state and local level.
State Fact Sheets
Easily shareable and interactive, in-depth factsheets about goods exports for each state and the District of Columbia. Includes top export and import partners and sectors, GDP, jobs supported by exports, and exports from metropolitan statistical areas.
Metropolitan Export Series
Interactive tools and factsheets about good exports from U.S. metropolitan statistical areas (MSAs)
TradeStats Express State Exports
Interactive database allows you to search for global patterns of a state’s exports, state-by-state exports to a specific market, or a state’s export profile to a given market. Now updated with 2020 data.
TradeStats Express State Imports
Interactive database allows you to search for global patterns of a state’s imports, state-by-state imports from a specific market, or a state’s import profile from a given market. Now updated with 2020 data.
Trade Policy Information System (TPIS)
Includes tools to search for the top trade partners and products for each state or the top states trading in a given product or with a given country.
Data resources related to specific industries.
Travel and Tourism Industry
International Air Travel Statistics Program (I-92)This program provides information on international air traffic between the United States and other countries. Monthly U.S. citizen departures are collected and reported in Tourism Industries U.S. International Air Travel Statistics (I-92 data) Program.
COVID Travel Industry Monitor - The monitor tracks a number of indicators that measure the performance of the travel and tourism sector in the United States in the wake of the COVID-19 Pandemic.
I-94 Visitor Arrivals Program- The I-94 provides a count of visitor arrivals to the United States (with stays of 1-night or more and visiting under certain visa types) to calculate U.S. travel and tourism volume exports.
Manufacturing Industry Tracker
Tracks key monthly economic indicators for North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) 3 and NAICS 4/5-digit manufacturing industries. It covers Exports, Imports, Trade Balance, Industrial Production, Employment, and Producer Price Index. The tracker covers January 2015 through the latest month with available trade data.
Automotive Trade Data
Includes data visualizations for U.S. auto parts trade and U.S. trade in different categories of new and used vehicles.
Steel Import Monitoring and Licensing
The Global Steel Trade Monitor provides steel trade data for the largest steel importing and exporting countries. The U.S. Steel Import Monitor is an interactive tool designed to showcase and visualize U.S. Census and early warning license import data.
Global Trade Data
Resources for trade data reported by markets other than the United States.
Trade Policy Information System (TPIS)
Includes data from United Nations showing the top trading partners for a country and top-traded products by reporting country and partner market. TPIS also has Country Reports with summary statistics on each market.
Comtrade Database (United Nations)
Provides free access to trade data reported by other countries. Allows the user to see other markets’ imports from or exports to the U.S. or third parties.
OECD Trade in Services Data (OECD)
Trade in services data reported by other countries to the Organization of Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD).
OECD Services Trade Restrictiveness Index (OECD)
The OECD Services Trade Restrictiveness Index (STRI) provides information on regulations affecting trade in services in 22 sectors across all OECD member countries and Brazil, the People’s Republic of China, Costa Rica, India, Indonesia, Kazakhstan, Malaysia, Peru, the Russian Federation, South Africa, and Thailand.
WTO and OECD Bilateral Services Trade dataset (WTO and OECD)
This dataset from the World Trade Organization and the OECD includes trade data covering over 200 economies. Choose “Balanced International Trade in Services EBOPS…” from the Indicators list.
About#permalink to section
Overview In 2019 United States was the number 1 economy in the world in terms of GDP (current US$), the number 2 in total exports, the number 1 in total imports, the number 8 economy in terms of GDP per capita (current US$) and the number 10 most complex economy according to the Economic Complexity Index (ECI).
Exports The top exports of United States are Refined Petroleum ($84.9B), Crude Petroleum ($61.9B), Cars ($56.9B), Integrated Circuits ($41.4B), and Vehicle Parts ($41.2B), exporting mostly to Canada ($252B), Mexico ($235B), China ($103B), Japan ($70.1B), and Germany ($59.8B).
In 2019, United States was the world's biggest exporter of Refined Petroleum ($84.9B), Medical Instruments ($29.5B), Gas Turbines ($28.1B), Aircraft Parts ($16.3B), and Orthopedic Appliances ($12.1B)
Imports The top imports of United States are Cars ($178B), Crude Petroleum ($123B), Computers ($81.9B), Broadcasting Equipment ($81.8B), and Packaged Medicaments ($79.5B), importing mostly from China ($429B), Mexico ($361B), Canada ($314B), Japan ($134B), and Germany ($131B).
In 2019, United States was the world's biggest importer of Cars ($178B), Computers ($81.9B), Broadcasting Equipment ($81.8B), Packaged Medicaments ($79.5B), and Vehicle Parts ($71.6B)
Location United States borders Canada and Mexico by land and Bahamas by sea.
About#permalink to section
Overview In July 2021 United States exported $144B and imported $238B, resulting in a negative trade balance of $93.7B. Between July 2020 and July 2021 the exports of United States have increased by $31.4B (27.9%) from $113B to $144B, while imports increased by $37B (18.4%) from $201B to $238B.
Trade In July 2021, the top exports of United States were Refined Petroleum ($7.91B), Aircraft Parts ($7.41B), Crude Petroleum ($5.69B), Petroleum Gas ($5.35B), and Integrated Circuits ($4.74B). In July 2021 the top imports of United States were Crude Petroleum ($12.4B), Cars ($12.2B), Computers ($10.3B), Commodities not elsewhere specified ($9.8B), and Telephones ($7.73B).
Origins In July 2021 the exports of United States were mainly from Texas ($32.3B), California ($14.9B), New York ($6.04B), Louisiana ($5.58B), and Illinois ($5.44B), while imports destinations were mainly California ($40.1B), Texas ($27.2B), Illinois ($17.2B), New York ($12.8B), and New Jersey ($12.7B).
Destinations In July 2021, United States exported mostly to Canada ($25.7B), Mexico ($23.7B), China ($11.7B), Japan ($6.01B), and South Korea ($5.9B), and imported mostly from China ($40.4B), Mexico ($31.9B), Canada ($30B), Japan ($12.3B), and Germany ($11.3B).
Growth In July 2021, the increase in United States's year-by-year exports was explained primarily by an increase in exports to Mexico ($5.21B or 28.3%), Canada ($4.64B or 22%), and China ($2.68B or 29.7%), and product exports increase in Refined Petroleum ($3.5B or 79.4%), Petroleum Gas ($3.19B or 148%), and Aircraft Parts ($2.4B or 48%). In July 2021, the increase in United States's year-by-year imports was explained primarily by an increase in imports from Canada ($7.64B or 34.2%), Japan ($3.84B or 45.5%), and Mexico ($2.82B or 9.7%), and product imports increase in Crude Petroleum ($6.67B or 117%), Refined Petroleum ($2.96B or 106%), and Blood, antisera, vaccines, toxins and cultures ($1.72B or 53.6%).
Latest Trade#permalink to section
EXPORT GROWTH (July 2020 - July 2021): $31.4B, (27.9%)
IMPORT GROWTH (July 2020 - July 2021): $37B, (18.4%)
MAIN EXPORTER (July 2021): Texas, $32.3B
MAIN DESTINATION (July 2021): Canada, $25.7B
This section shows exports and imports data at subnational level for United States. Click any date in the line plot, any subnational region in the geomap, or any product, destination or origin country to explore the exports or imports behavior of United States over time.
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Yearly Exports#permalink to section
In 2019, United States exported a total of $1.51T, making it the number 2 exporter in the world. During the last five reported years the exports of United States have changed by -$10B from $1.52T in 2014 to $1.51T in 2019.
The most recent exports are led by Refined Petroleum ($84.9B), Crude Petroleum ($61.9B), Cars ($56.9B), Integrated Circuits ($41.4B), and Vehicle Parts ($41.2B). The most common destination for the exports of United States are Canada ($252B), Mexico ($235B), China ($103B), Japan ($70.1B), and Germany ($59.8B).
Yearly Imports#permalink to section
Top Import (2019): Cars, $178B
Top Origin (2019): China, $429B
In 2019 United States imported $2.38T, making it the number 1 trade destination in the world. During the last five reported years the imports of United States changed by $134B from $2.25T in 2014 to $2.38T in 2019.
The most recent imports of United States are led by Cars ($178B), Crude Petroleum ($123B), Computers ($81.9B), Broadcasting Equipment ($81.8B), and Packaged Medicaments ($79.5B). The most common import partners for United States are China ($429B), Mexico ($361B), Canada ($314B), Japan ($134B), and Germany ($131B).
Market Growth#permalink to section
Fastest Growing Export Markets (2018 - 2019)
Fastest Growing Import Markets (2018 - 2019)
Service Trade#permalink to section
United States Exports Services (2018): $746B
United States Imports Services (2018): $480B
In 2018, United States exported $746B worth of services. The top services exported by United States in 2018 were Personal travel ($158B), Miscellaneous business, professional, and technical services ($130B), Financial services ($114B), Other royalties and license fees ($93.7B), and Air transport ($69.1B).
The top services imported by United States in 2018 were Personal travel ($107B), Miscellaneous business, professional, and technical services ($73B), Air transport ($69.2B), Other royalties and license fees ($39.3B), and Reinsurance ($38.2B).
Tariffs by Product#permalink to section
The top product import tariffs by their MFN Ad Valorem value for United States are Homogenized or reconstituted tobacco (350%) and Homogenized or reconstituted tobacco (350%).
Click any of the products in the bar chart to see the specific Ad Valorem Duty Rates by partner country.
*The tariffs applied to imports for United States are:
75: AGOA preference on certain textiles and apparel for eligible countries
85: Australia - United States Free Trade Agreement (2004)
107: Canada United States Free Trade Agreement
110: CBERA Caribbean Basin Economic Recovery Act
111: Chile - United States Free Trade Agreement (2004)
129: Israel - United States Free Trade Agreement (incl. Palestinian Authority; 1985)
132: Jordan - United States Free Trade Agreement (2001)
135: Morocco - United States Free Trade Agreement (2006)
136: Most Favoured Nation duty rate treatement
139: Non-MFN duty rate for countries excluded from Most-Favoured- Nation (MFN) treatement
142: North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA)
146: Oman - United States Free Trade Agreement (2006)
147: Peru - United States Trade Promotion Agreement (2007)
189: Preferential tariff for Colombia
249: Preferential tariff for Korea, Republic of
276: Preferential tariff for Nepal
286: Preferential tariff for Panama (FTA) Free Trade Agreement
346: Preferential treatment under the African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA)
352: Singapore - United States Free Trade Agreement (2004)
385: United States - Caribbean Basin Trade Partnership Act (CBTPA)
386: United States - Dominican Republic - Central America Free Trade Agreement (DR-CAFTA; incl. Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, and the Dominican Republic; 2005)
388: United States Generalized System of Preference
389: United States GSP for Least Developed Countries
390: United States-Bahrain Free Trade Agreement (2006)
Comparison Map#permalink to section
This section shows exports, imports and economic complexity data at subnational level for United States. Click any of the State in the geomap to visit the specific subnational profile.
The top territories of United States according to its Economic Complexity Index are N/A.
In 2020, the principal exporters of United States were Texas ($279B), California ($156B), and New York ($61.8B).
The same year, the principal importers of United States were California ($396B), Texas ($248B), and Illinois ($156B).
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Export Opportunities by Relatedness#permalink to section
The top export opportunities for United States according to the relatedness index, are Newsprint (0.45), Nickel Powder (0.43), Tool Plates (0.43), Wheat Gluten (0.43), and Malt (0.42). Relatedness measures the distance between a country's current exports and each product. The barchart show only products that United States is not specialized in.
Product Space#permalink to section
The product space is a network connecting products that are likely to be co-exported. The product space can be used to predict future exports, since countries are more likely to start exporting products that are related to current exports. Relatedness measures the distance between a product, and all of the products it is currently specialized in.
Diversification Frontier#permalink to section
The Complexity-Relatedness diagram compares the risk and the strategic value of a country's potential export oppotunities. Relatedness is a predictive of the probability that a country increases its exports in a product. Complexity, is associated with higher levels of income, economic growth, less income inequality, and lower emissions.
Economic Complexity Ranking#permalink to section
During the last 20 years United States's economy has become relatively less complex, moving from the 5th to the 10th position in the ECI rank.
These economic complexity rankings use 6 digit exports classified according to the HS96 classification. We consider only countries with population of at least 1 million and exports of at least $1 billion, and products with world trade over $500 million. To explore different rankings and vary these parameters visit the custom rankings section.
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