2nd Quarter 2010

 

 

Cars and chemicals again spearheaded a very strong quarter.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
The U.K. continued as the only top market to decline last quarter.

Tennessee's Largest Export Sectors

 
Exports

Change over
Year

Change
over
Quarter
Transportation equipment
$1,163,827, 430
60.7%
-3.2%
Chemicals
$1,024,206,877
32.7%
7.6%
Computer & electronic products
$888,841,306
28.8%
5.2%
Misc. manufactured goods $745,560,455 2.1% 8.7%
Nonelectrical machinery $613,439,903
73.3%
22.4%
Agricultural goods
$209,230,867
45.9%
16.3%
Fabricated metal products $203,696,954 40.2% 24.4%

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Greatest Export Growth and Decline*

 
Value of Exports
Growth
%
Decline %
GREATEST GROWTH
Misc. special purpose vehicles
$20,669,905
2,587.3
Uncoated Kraftliner
$13,775,858
924.9
Compression-ignition piston engines
$46,472,419
757.0
Misc. engines and motors
$32,108,015
584.2
Raw tobacco
$29,862,276
510.0
GREATEST DECLINE
Acetic anhydride
$1,084,105
 
-91.6
Printers/copiers connected to computers
$4,349,156
 
-63.5
Misc. printer & copier parts
$5,961,286
 
-52.7
Calcium hypochlorites
$6,189,808
 
-51.6
Midweight nonwoven textiles
$6,351,493
 
-45.6

*among Tennessee's top 100 exported goods

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Fastest-Changing Export Destinations*

 
Value of
Exports
Growth
%
Decline
%
GREATEST GROWTH
Ukraine
$9,653,498
169.5
Afghanistan
$23,024,187
155.1
Philippines
$43,940,472
140.9
Jamaica
$16,377,052
138.5
Sweden
$31,751,160
101.4
GREATEST DECLINE
Nigeria
$3,109,781
 
-79.4
Bangladesh
$1,392,974
 
-77.1
Bolivia
$3,509,442
 
-31.4
Greece
$7,520,080
 
-18.3
United Kingdom
$183,647,488
 
-15.0

*among countries averaging > $3m sales/quarter

 

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