Exporting is a way to improve trade and sales. And every country is trying to do this for growing Countries GDP. Exporting Trade and sales is the main source of every developed country incomes. In World, Wild China is the king of this field. So here we listed the top 10 Highest Exporting Countries in The World. in our list China is the King of the Exporting Industrie. Germany leads the second position, United States is leading the third position on this field.
Top 10 Highest Exporting Countries In The World
10. United Kingdom-$479.2 Billion
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When it comes to biggest exporters we cannot avoid the United Kingdom because it is the 8th largest economy in the world in terms of purchasing power parity while the 6th largest economy in the world in terms of nominal gross domestic product. It exports its primary products are, sup, manufactured goods, tobacco, chemicals, food and beverages. As per the per capita basis its GDP is the 22 largest in the world in terms of purchasing and nominal power parity terms; Germany its main partner while other partners are France, Netherlands, Belgium and Republic of Ireland.
9. Russia-$520.3 Billion
In terms of purchasing power parity, Russia stands on 6th number in the world while the 8th largest economy in the world in terms of nominal gross domestic product. Russia is blessed with various fossil fuels and metals like coal, natural gas, and oil. Its main exports are petroleum and petroleum products, metals, natural gas, wood products, wood, weapons, chemicals, military hardware and manufacturing products. Its main exports partners are China, Italy, Netherlands, Germany, and Poland.
8. Italy-$524.9 Billion
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Italy stands on 8th number in the world in terms of largest exporters. It is the 10th largest exporters in the world in terms of purchasing power parity while the 9th largest economy in terms of nominal gross domestic product. Italy is a diversified industrial and highly developed economy while its main exports are clothing, textiles, engineering products motor vehicles, production machinery, chemical food, transport equipment, minerals, tobacco, beverages, metals and nonferrous. Its main clients are the United Kingdom, Germany, France, Spain, the United States, and Switzerland.
7. Netherland-$550.2 Billion
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The high per capita income makes Netherlands richest nations in the world. It is the 17th largest economy in the world while stands on the 7th number when it comes to biggest exporters. Although the economy of the country is hit by the global financial crisis still they have managed a very good reputation in exporting field. The Netherlands is a well-developed country having a stock market. The primary areas of exports are chemicals, machinery, equipment, and food products. The main exporting partners are franc, Germany, United Kingdom, Belgium, and Italy.
6. South Korea-$552.8 Billion
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When it comes to the largest or biggest economy the name South Korea has the 15th number in the world. The primary exports of the country are wireless telecommunication equipment, semiconductors, computers, motor vehicles, petrochemicals, and ships. South Korea is a developing country and day by day it increasing its exporting sector. The main exporting partners of the country are the United States, China, and Japan.
5. France-$589.7 billion
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France stands on 9th number in purchasing power parity figures while the 5th largest economy in the world in nominal terms. France is one of the most developed countries on the globe with main exporting products such as aircraft, agriculture products, plastics, machinery, chemicals, transportation, pharmaceuticals, iron, electronics, steel, and beverage. The country has some prominent exporting partners like, Spain, Italy, Germany, United Kingdom, Belgium, United States, and the Netherlands.
4. Japan-$787 Billion
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Japan stands on 4th number in terms of purchasing power parity while the 3rd largest economy in the world in nominal terms. The country also knows for its electronic goods all over the world while its main exporting products are Iron, semiconductors, motor vehicles, plastics, steel, auto parts, power generating machinery, and plastics materials. Its main exports partners are the United States, Saudi Arabia, China, Australia, South Korea, United Kingdom, India, and the United Arab Emirates.
3. United States- $1.497 Trillion
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When it comes to the largest economy you cannot forget this country name because it is the largest economy on the globe. The country is blessed with many natural resources while it is a well-developed nation on earth. The main areas of exports are consumer goods, capital goods, food, beverages, feed, automobiles, auto parts, aircraft, fuel and petroleum products, and allied components. Its main exporting partners are China, Canada, Japan, United Kingdom, India, and Mexico.
2. Germany – $1.547 trillion
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Germany is a well-developed country in the world which has the 5th number in terms of purchasing power parity while the 4th largest economy in nominal terms. It is considered one of the largest economies in entire Europe. Germany knows as 2nd largest exporters in the world which are blessed with raw materials. it exports products such as electronic products, motor vehicles, chemicals, machinery, electronic and computer products, transport equipment, metals, electrical equipment, pharmaceuticals, plastic products, food items, textiles, and rubber products. Its main exporting partners are Austria, China, United Kingdom, Switzerland, Belgium, and Italy.
1. China – $1.904 trillion
After the United States, China is the 2nd largest or biggest economy in the world. China is also known for its electronic products which are famous across the world. The main areas of export are apparel, electrical machinery, textiles, and medical equipment, data processing, steel, iron, and optical. Its main exporting partners are Australia, India, South Korea, United States, Germany, and the United Kingdom.