2nd Quarter 2009

(Who's Next in Line?)

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Trade relations between China and the U.S. resemble a carnival ride, with sudden ups and downs—and sometimes a lot of screaming! Even if more individual industries should began to be affected by trade actions, those in Tennessee generally do not appear to be first in the line of fire.

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Other Rapidly Growing Exports

  $Exports Growth Rate

Optical Fibers $100,280,824 1,996.19%
Dumpers $98,660,688 41,219.79%
Photo Film $63,634,888 6,727.86%
Glass Rods $41,895,310 34,252.28%
Raw Soybean Oil $33,423,559 3,530,354.71%

Chemicals, Elements, and Dyes

  $Exports Growth Rate

Para-Xylene $71,196,832 1,786.95%
Liquid Lustres $41,424,063 2,550.49%
Rhodium $39,407,830 33,161.33%
Ethylene Dichloride $39,105,670 5,268.55%

Automotive Exports

  $Exports Growth Rate

SUVs/Light Trucks $157,069,484 1,084.81%
Compression Ignition Engines $157,296,897 1,053,63%
Cars $38,944,025 2,926.85%
Other Passenger Vehicles $35,455,611 1,554.93%


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