January's first graph plots the Top 10 Port Imports for 2011. The Top 3 markets for Los Angeles are China, Japan, and Taiwan. China, Los Angeles' biggest market, increased their imports by $9.7 Billion which is an increase of 8.8%. Japan's imports through the port of Los Angeles
improved by $4.9 Billion from 2010 to 2011, which translates to an increase of 16.7%. You can find the Top 3 commodities by 2-digit HS and their value by hovering over the bar corresponding to the port in the graph above.
January's first graph plots the Top 10 Port Exports for 2011. The Top 3 markets for JFK International Airport are Hong Kong, Switzerland, and United Kingdom. JFK International Airport's largest export market, Hong Kong, improved by $3.6 Billion from 2010. This translated to an increase of 55.3%. JFK International Airport's second largest market also improved their exports with $3.0 Billion,
which is an improvement of 41.3%. Although the JFK International Airport's exports to the United Kingdom improved by 37.3% from 2010 to 2011, they were down by 12.3% from 2009 to 2010. You can find the Top 3 commodities by 2-digit HS and their value by hovering over the bar corresponding to the port in the graph above.
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