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Details may not add up to 100% due to rounding and the exclusion of the Other Goods category.
The export heat map shows the concentration of U.S. exports by region and End-Use commodity category. Every region accounted for at least 5% of U.S. food exports. Industrial supplies and capital goods are both being spread around the globe, with at least 11% going to each of Asia, Europe, North America, and South America.
The import heat map shows more concentration than exports. Asia shows the most diversification of imports, with Industrial Supplies, Capital Goods and Consumer Goods all counting for over 19.4%. Meanwhile, 89.1% of all U.S. Imports from Africa are Industrial Supplies. Only 19 boxes accounted for at least 25% of the corresponding row or column, against 27 for exports.
Consumer Goods is the most concentrated category, with 62.2% of imports coming from Asia. Four regions count for at least 18% of imports of Foods, Feeds and Beverages: Asia, Europe, North America and South & Central America. Only 13 commodity/category combinations accounted for over $50 billion in imports in 2011, and only 3 accounted for more than $200 billion.
Deficit: $40.1 Billion
Exports: $198.5 Billion
Imports: $238.6 Billion
Next release: November 4, 2014
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Oct 22-23, 2014
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