Thursday, March 08, 2012
[IWS] ITA: EXPORTS, JOBS, and FOREIGN INVESTMENT--STATE REPORTS [updated 6 March 2012]
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International Trade Administration (ITA)
Exports, Jobs, and Foreign Investment [STATE REPORTS] [updated 6 March 2012]
This series details the following effects of international trade on all 50 states' economic infrastructures:
- The value of state merchandise exports, major manufacturing industries and markets;
- The number of state jobs in manufacturing and non-manufacturing sectors that are dependent on exports of manufactured goods;
- The number of companies, including small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), that exported from the state;
- The influence of foreign investment on a state's economic infrastructure; and
- The value of exports from a state's major metropolitan areas.
These pages are updated on a rolling basis as different supporting data series are released.
For more detail on U.S. exports by State please visit ITA’s TradeStats Express.
For information on U.S. exports by Metropolitan Statistical Area please see our Metropolitan Export Series.
Last Updated: 3/6/12 9:07 AM
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