In the last quarter century, U.S. exports have grown from $448 billion to $1.6 trillion. That’s a lot of cotton and corn, gold and diamonds, wheat and soybeans. It’s a lot of medical devices and medicines, motor vehicles and motor vehicle parts, jets and jet engines. A closer look at the top 10.

In the last quarter century, U.S. exports have grown from $448 billion to $1.6 trillion. That’s a lot of cotton and corn, gold and diamonds, wheat and soybeans. It’s a lot of medical devices and medicines, motor vehicles and motor vehicle parts, jets and jet engines. A closer look at the top 10.

https://www.forbes.com/sites/kenroberts/2018/02/28/in-top-10-u-s-exports-for-2017-three-countries-keep-popping-up-china-canada-and-mexico/