TEXAS - Texas, New York and Georgia are among the states that exported the most goods to China in 2012, according to 24/7 Wall Street.
Three selected states are listed below.
Exports to China: $10.1 billion
Export growth 2003-2012: 229 percent
Largest export: Chemicals
Texas ranked as one of the largest exporters to China, exporting a total of more than $10 billion in goods and services for the second straight year. The state exported $3.7 billion in chemicals to China. Also on the list were crops, computers and electronics and machinery to China.
5. New York
Exports to China: $4.2 billion
Export growth 2003-2012: 192 percent
Largest export: Waste and scrap
Exports to China: $3.8 billion
Export growth 2003-2012: 443 percent
Largest export: Transportation equipment
Among the state’s exports supplying an increased demand overseas, especially in China, are Georgia peanuts.
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