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Top US States that Benefit from Trading with China

The US-China Business Council (USCBC) released 2011 numbers recently. From the year 2000 to 2011, exports have risen quite a lot--from a mere $16.2 billion in 2000, to $103.9 billion in 2011.  The percentage change is simply amazing, considering the exchange rate between these two countries (1 yuan = 0.1584 US$). 

[PDF] Top US State Exporters to China, 2011:










US State 2011 Exports 2000 to 2011 %Change Top Exports to China

1 California $14.2 billion 300.00% computers and electronics, waste and scrap, transportation equipment

2 Washington $11.2 billion 489.00% transportation equipment, crop production, waste and scrap

3 Texas $10.9 billion 653.00% chemicals, crop production, electronics

4 Louisiana $7.3 billion 690.00% crop production, chemicals, waste and scrap

5 New York $4.5 billion 472.00% waste and scrap, machinery, chemicals

6 Illinois $3.9 billion 631.00% machinery, waste and scrap, crop production

7 Pennsylvania $3.5 billion 1177.00% chemicals, machinery, minerals and ores

8 Georgia $3.2 billion 873.00% paper products, transportation equipment, waste and scrap

8 Oregon $3.2 billion 936.00% computers and electronics, chemicals, waste and scrap

9 South Carolina $3.0 billion 2261.00% transportation equipment, waste and scrap

10 Ohio $2.7 billion 838.00% machinery, computers and electronics, transportation equipment

10 Michigan $2.7 billion 1169.00% transportation equipment, machinery, chemicals

11 North Carolina $2.6 billion 651.00% machinery, computers and electronics, chemicals

12 Alabama $2.3 billion 1324.00% transportation equipment, chemicals, crop production

13 Massachusetts $2.1 billion 316.00% computers and electronics, machinery, waste and scrap







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