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List of exports of the United Kingdom

 

List of exports of the United Kingdom

The following is a list of the exports of the United Kingdom.

Data is for 2012, in millions of United States dollars, as reported by The Observatory of Economic Complexity. Currently the top fifty exports are listed.

# Product Value (in millions of USD)
1 Cars 35,424
2 Refined petroleum 30,125
3 Crude petroleum 24,318
4 Pharmaceuticals 22,058
5 Gas turbines 14,141
6 Diamonds 9,983
7 Aircraft parts 8,863
8 Hard liquor 8,463
9 Petroleum gas 6,217
10 Vehicle parts 5,961
11 Combustion engines 4,294
12 Human and animal blood 4,129
13 Computers 4,039
14 Telephones 3,740
15 Jewellery 3,680
16 Construction vehicles 3,507
17 Valves 3,417
18 Gold 3,328
19 Platinum 3,256
20 Trucks 3,255
21 Scrap iron 3,244
22 Nitrogen heterocyclic compounds 3,201
23 Broadcasting equipment 2,916
24 Radioactive chemicals 2,863
25 Excavation machinery 2,715
26 Electric generating sets 2,457
27 Medical instruments 2,439
28 Nucleic acids 2,407
29 Integrated circuits 2,392
30 Liquid pumps 2,383
31 Brochures 2,363
32 Centrifuges 2,352
33 Laboratory reagents 2,133
34 Machinery having individual functions 2,087
35 Rubber tires 2,057
36 Tractors 2,025
37 Chemical analysis instruments 2,005
38 Air pumps 1,896
39 Spark-ignition engines 1,849
40 Low-voltage protection equipment 1,808
41 Scrap copper 1,755
42 Paintings 1,703
43 Beauty products 1,653
44 Precious metal scraps 1,653
45 Office machine parts 1,640
46 Pesticides 1,623
47 Engine parts 1,597
48 Cleaning products 1,594
49 Acyclic hydrocarbons 1,557
50 Raw plastic sheeting 1,530

References

atlas.media.mit.edu - Observatory of Economic complexity - Products exported by The United Kingdom (2012)

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