3rd Quarter 2010

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
Cotton was the quarter's biggest gainer.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
The U.K. has fallen to #7 among the state's major markets.

Tennessee's Largest Export Sectors

 
Exports

Change over
Year

Change
over
Quarter
Transportation equipment
$1,276,611,564
31.3%
6.3%
Chemicals
$1,003,242,302
18.9%
-2.1%
Computer & electronic products
$984,359,292
24.7%
10.8%
Misc. manufactured goods $736,429,555 13.9% -1.2%
Nonelectrical machinery $558,273,941
42.9%
-9.0%
Agricultural goods
$470,985,641
291.5%
125.1%
Fabricated metal products $208,229,118 44.0% 2.2%

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Greatest Export Growth and Decline*

 
Value of Exports
Growth
%
Decline %
GREATEST GROWTH
Advertising material
$12,145,846
779.0
Compression ignition piston engines
$47,531,601
531.1
Misc. special purpose vehicles
$39,824,326
406.5
Tobacco
$10,445,085
363.6
Cotton
$456,351,041
356.7
GREATEST DECLINE
Antisera & blood fractions
$10,022,224
 
-65.6
Car Tires
$21,230,401
 
-38.0
Newsletters
$13,666,861
 
-31.5
Covered paper & paperboard
> 150g/sq. meter
$15,609,773
 
-29.3
Misc. motors
$4,454,399
 
-27.8

*among Tennessee's top 100 exported goods

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Fastest-Changing Export Destinations*

 
Value of
Exports
Growth
%
Decline
%
GREATEST GROWTH
Afghanistan
$37,894,879
473.5
Slovenia
$4,181,403
284.8
Philippines
$52,006,694
193.9
Russia
$45,132,843
188.0
Peru
$36,531,215
177.9
GREATEST DECLINE
Bolivia
$4,140,198
 
-53.8
Kuwait
$9,382,510
 
-44.3
Nigeria
$4,694,989
 
-39.9
Bangladesh
$4,787,874
 
-31.6
Bahrain
$4,949,086
 
-17.7

*among countries averaging > $3m sales/quarter

 

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