2nd Quarter 2009

 

 

 

Chemical exports appear to have turned the corner after last year's crash.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Medical sales account for Luxembourg's remarkable growth.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Nine of the top 10 markets were down for the quarter.

Tennessee's Largest Export Sectors

 
Exports

Change over
Year

Change
over
Quarter
Chemicals
$771,951,216
-17.7%
23.5%
Misc. manufactured goods
$730,293,609
7.3%
3.7%
Transportation equipment
$724,105,030
-25.8%
-4.0%
Computer & electronic products $690,161,638 -16.8% -0.4%
Nonelectrical machinery $353,947,437
-37.4%
-4.3%
Agricultural products
$143,385,548
-13.6%
-29.0%
Electrical equipment
$165,265,258
-15.9%
11.8%

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Greatest Export Growth and Decline*

 
Value of Exports
Growth
%
Decline %
GREATEST GROWTH
Drawing or Calculating Instruments
$8,480,970
5,067.5
Amplified Music Instruments
$12,039,245
491.9
Spark plug piston engines > 100cc
$27,158,627
479.4
Frozen chicken
$11,034,363
289.1
Antisera & other blood fractions
$12,562,590
182.9
GREATEST DECLINE
Misc. electronic integrated circuits
$3,851,027
 
-91.1
Compression ignition engines
$5,422,861
 
-90.7
Esters of methacrylic acid
$4,769,956
 
-86.2
Non-outboard motor boats
$12,307,629
 
-80.0

*among Tennessee's top 100 exported goods

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Fastest-Changing Export Destinations*

 
Value of
Exports
Growth
%
Decline
%
GREATEST GROWTH
Luxembourg
$118,526,628
868.2
Nigeria
$14,924,215
331.1
Bermuda
$2,626,126
119.0
Iraq
$11,829,953
52.0
Latvia
$2,339,474
47.5
GREATEST DECLINE
Oman
$3,766,088
 
-79.1
Bahrain
$1,914,184
 
-77.5
United Arab Emirates
$24,529,759
 
-73.4
Nicaragua
$1,478,776
 
-71.3
Haiti
$2,324,589
 
-64.6

*among countries averaging > $2m sales/quarter

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