The Top 10 Export Countries (2nd part)

The Top 10 Export Countries (2nd part)

5. France

France actually has the 5th largest economy and has been for a really long time, one of the most developed countries in the world. It mainly exports machinery, agricultural products, transportation, plastics, aircraft, chemicals, iron, pharmaceuticals, beverages, steel, and electronics. It is doing business mostly with Germany, Italy, Belgium, Spain the United Kingdom, the United States, and the Netherlands.

4. Japan

Japan is the empire of the sun with the third largest economy in the world. It has the largest and the most developed industry of electronics. Manly exports goods such as motor vehicles, steel, iron, semiconductors, auto parts, power generating machinery, and plastics. Its partners include China, the United States, Australia, the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, and South Korea.

3. United States

The United States is really blessed with natural resources and materials and is highly developed. That’s why it has the largest economy in the world and mainly exports industrial supplies, capital goods, industrial materials, consumer goods, food, automobiles and its components, beverages, feed, petroleum and fuel products, aircraft and its components. Its main export partners are Canada, Mexico, China, Japan, and the United Kingdom.

2. Germany

Germany has the largest economy in Europe and 4th in the world, which is really impressive because it is not really blessed with raw materials. It has large amounts of potash and lignite salt and is the 2nd biggest exporter in the world. Its main export goods are mostly motor vehicles, chemicals, machinery, electronic and computer products, electrical equipment, metals pharmaceuticals, food, transport equipment, textiles, plastic and rubber products. It mostly trades with France, the United States, Netherlands, the United Kingdom, Italy, and China.

1. China

chinaAs the 2nd largest economy, China mainly exports data processing equipment, electrical machinery, apparel, iron, textiles, steel, medical, and optical equipment. Its main partners are, of course, Japan, South Korea, the United States, Germany, and Australia.