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Texas tradin’: ITA ranks lone star metro export valuesTexas tradin’: ITA ranks lone star metro export valueshttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=24702014-11-14T13:02:00Z2014-11-14T00:00:00Z

TEXAS - The International Trade Administration (ITA) ranked 400 metro areas by measuring 2013 export values. Ten Texas metros were ranked in the top 60 MSAs with their statistics listed below.

Texas MSA Export Values
U.S.
Rank
MSA 2012 (full year)
Export Value
2013 (full year)
Export Value
Change
1 Houston-The Woodlands-Sugar Land* $110,297,753,116 $114,962,566,720 4.23%
9 Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington $27,820,946,540 $27,595,985,143 -0.81%
16 San Antonio-New Braunfels $14,010,234,128 $19,287,645,505 37.67%
22 El Paso $12,796,863,134 $14,359,748,977 12.21%
37 Austin-Round Rock $8,976,611,543 $8,870,843,552 -1.18%
39 Beaumont-Port Arthur $5,448,117,396 $8,243,740,130 51.31%
50 Laredo $5,236,472,957 $5,569,272,628 6.36%
54 McAllen-Edinburg-Mission $5,198,545,660 $5,265,488,806 1.29%
56 Corpus Christi $5,809,394,716 $5,144,752,585 -11.44%
58 Brownsville-Harlingen $4,577,001,315 $4,621,741,351 0.98%

*Houston-The Woodlands-Sugar Land is the newest name for the Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA).

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