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Top Imports and Exports in the United States

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Top Imports and Exports in the United States

Top Imports and Exports in the United States

Top Imports, and Exports, in the United States.

'Forbes' recently highlighted a number of infographics released by OnDeck showing each state's most common import and export.

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Petroleum is the top import for 12 states, including Montana, Minnesota and Colorado.

New York imports $21.9 billion worth of precious metals every year, making it the most valuable import of any state.

New York imports $21.9 billion worth of precious metals every year, making it the most valuable import of any state.

Aircraft are the most common export, topping the list of 14 states that include Arizona, Georgia and Oklahoma.

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Texas has the most valuable export with $43.5 billion of finished petroleum products.

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'Forbes' points out that the top import in Texas is also petroleum as the state has a huge capacity for refining.

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Overall, petroleum is the number one import in the United States, taking up 24% of all imports.

Vehicles and medicine are the second and third highest import with each taking up 12% of the total number of imports.

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Vehicles and medicine are the second and third highest import with each taking up 12% of the total number of imports.

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Aircraft overwhelmingly take the top slot for exports with a massive 28% share of the total number.

Again, vehicles and medicine come in second and third, each with an 8% share of total exports.

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Again, vehicles and medicine come in second and third, each with an 8% share of total exports.

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South Dakota's top import is "cow meat," as the state exports beef cattle which are processed and then sent back into the state.

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Meanwhile, Nebraska processes much of that meat from South Dakota and its number one export is "cow meat."


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