Export is a legal process of selling some goods or products from one country to another. The progress of any country depends upon the number of products it is exporting to other countries.

China is largest exporter and the largest trading nation in the world. China earned a revenue of 1.2 trillion dollars in 2009. China is ranked as the  major exporter in the world in industrial outputs. Major industries include mining and ore processing, iron and steel, aluminum, coal, machinery, automobiles and other transpiration equipment including rail cars, electronics and toys.
Germany is the world’s second top exporter with $1187 billion exports in 2009. Germany is the leading producer of wind turbines and solar power technology in the world. Germany has also the largest national economy in Europe and the fourth largest by nominal GDP in the world.
United States:- The united states is the third largest exporter and also the largest importer of goods in the world. Its revenue from exports was 994.7 billion dollars in 2009. USA is the world’s number one producer of electrical goods and nuclear energy, it also produces liquid natural gas, sulphur, phosphates and salt.
Japan is ranked as the forth largest exporter in the world. Japan’s exports amounted to 516.3 billion U.S dollars per capita. Japan’s main export markets are the United States 22.8%, the European Union 14.5%, China 14.3%, South Korea 7.8%, Taiwan 6.8% and Hong Kong 5.6%. Japan’s main exports are transportation equipment, motor vehicles, electronics, electrical machinery and chemicals.
France:- France is the world’s fifth largest exporter. Its total export amounted to $ 457.8 billion. Machinery, transportation equipment, pharmaceutical products and chemicals are its main export goods. Main export partners of France are Germany 14.7%, Spain 9.6, Italy 8.7%, United Kingdom 8.3% and United States 7.2%.
Netherlands is the sixth largest exporter of goods in the world with an estimated revenue of $ 398 billion. The major exports of Netherlands are agricultural products. A significant portion of Dutch agricultural exports are derived from fresh-cut plants. Howere, with the Netherlands exporting two-thirds of the world’s total. It also exports a quarter of all world tomatoes, and one-third of the world’s Exports of peppers and cucumbers.
Italy is the world’s sixth largest exporter of manufactured as well as raw goods. From exports 369 billion dollars were generated as revenue last year. This capitalistic economy remains divided into a developed industrial north, dominated by private companies, and a less developed agricultural south. Its major exports are motor vehicles (Fiat Group, Aprillia), chemicals, and electric technology, but the country’s more famous exports are in the fields of fashion, food industry, luxury and motor yachts.
South Korea is the eighth largest exporting country earning a revenue of $ 355.1 billions in 2009. South Korea has achieved rapid economic growth through exports of manufactured goods, and is one of the four major Asian Tigers. Major industries in South Korea today are automobiles, semiconductors, electronics, shipbuilding and steel. South Korea’s shipbuilding industry is the largest in the world. In 2010 the ship industry  exports have gone record high.
United Kingdom is the 9th largest exporting country in the world and the fourth largest in Europe, and total revenue from exports  is 351.3 billion. The British motor industry is a significant part of this sector, although it has diminished with the collapse of the MG Rover Group and most of the industry is foreign owned. Civil and defence aircraft production is the second largest defence contractor in the world. The chemical and pharmaceutical industry is strong in the UK, with the world’s second and sixth largest pharmaceutical firms (GlaxoSmithKline and AstaZeneca, respectively).
Hong Kong is world’s tenth largest exporting country with a revenue of $ 326.9 billion. It has a  gone up in the list of top ten exporting countries by pushing Canada behing.
March 15, 2010 | Mohsin Ali | No Comments | 978 views