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List of countries by automotive component exports

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List of countries by automotive component exports

The following is a list of countries by automotive component exports. Data is for 2012, in millions of United States dollars, as reported by The Observatory of Economic Complexity. Currently the top twenty countries are listed.

# Country Value
1  Germany 54,509
2  Japan 42,212
3  China 21,693
4  South Korea 20,496
5  France 19,311
6  Italy 12,839
7  Czech Republic 9,827
8  Spain 9,411
9  Poland 8,424
10  United States 6,574
11  United Kingdom 5,961
12  Belgium &  Luxembourg 5,577
13  Sweden 5,548
14  Thailand 5,360
15  Austria 4,473
16  Netherlands 4,331
17  Turkey 4,026
18  Hungary 3,838
19  Brazil 3,816
20  Slovakia 3,813

References - Observatory of Economic complexity - Countries that export Vehicle Parts (2012)

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