What Are the Top U.S. Exports to China?

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ten data blog04-02-2024

China and the United States are the world's two largest economies by gross domestic product (GDP). Together, the two countries account for more than 42 percent of global GDP.


In 2022, $154 billion, or 7.5%, of the U.S.'s $2.1 trillion in global merchandise exports went to China. in 2023, U.S. trade with China decreased.


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What are the U.S.'s largest overall export commodities?

The country's top three global export commodities are fuel-related, accounting for 16.9 percent of the total value of commodities: non-crude oil, crude oil, liquefied petroleum gas, and other gaseous hydrocarbons. The next highest value category comes from the transportation sector: civil aircraft and aircraft parts valued at more than $94 billion, and automobiles and transportation vehicles valued at more than $58 billion. The U.S. also exported nearly $52 billion in electronic integrated circuits and micro-assembled parts used in the manufacture of electronic devices.


In 2023, according to Tendata's latest customs data, what are the major U.S. exports to China in terms of non-bulk goods bought and sold?

1. HS code: 470321: Semi-bleached or bleached coniferous chemical wood pulp, soda ash or sulfate (excluding dissolving grade) (4.53%)

2. HS code: 120190: Soybeans, whether broken or not (excluding seeds for sowing) (4.10%)

3. HS code: 121490: Swedish grass, Mangold, forage roots, hay, alfalfa "clover", clover, red dock, forage collards, lupins, wild peas and similar forage products, whether or not in pellet form (excluding alfalfa "clover " coarse meal and pellets) (2.98%)

4. HS code: 520100: Cotton, not carded or combed (no labeling details provided) (2.02%)

5. HS code: 284019: Disodium tetraborate "fine borax" (excluding anhydrous) (1.03%)

6.HS code: 470200: Chemical wood pulp, dissolving grade (0.72%)

7. HS code: 440791: Oak "Quercus spp.", sawn or chipped, sliced or peeled lengthwise, whether or not planed, sanded or terminated, of a thickness > 6 mm (0.70%)

8. HS code: 230110: Flour, coarsely ground and granulated, meat or offal, unfit for human consumption (0.65%)

9. HS code: 740400: Copper waste and scrap (excluding ingots or other similar unwrought shapes of remelted copper waste and scrap, ashes and residues containing copper, and waste and scrap of primary batteries, primary battery packs and accumulators) Copper waste and scrap (excluding ingots or other similar unwrought shapes of remelted copper, ashes and residues containing copper, and waste and scrap of primary batteries, primary battery packs and accumulators) (no details) labeling) (0.63%)

10. HS code: 020714: Frozen cuts and edible offal of poultry: (0.56%)


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These three approaches for developing customers using customs data can be implemented based on the actual needs of the company and oneself. Consider the market environment, industry characteristics, strategic requirements, etc., to find a suitable method. The ultimate goal is to establish and organize a categorized archive of high-quality customers. Once you identify suitable customers, the next step is to precisely contact them through various channels, such as phone calls, emails, and online communication.


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