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List of exports of China

The following is a list of the exports of China.

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

# Product Value
1 Computers 210,246
2 Broadcasting equipment 110,979
3 Telephones 91,759
4 Office Machine Parts 47,079
5 Integrated circuits 41,653
6 Broadcasting Accessories 29,462
7 Semiconductor Devices 29,001
8 Electrical Transformers 25,191
9 Other Furniture 25,051
10 Knit Sweaters 24,182
11 Trunks and Cases 23,786
12 Video Displays 21,916
13 Vehicle Parts 21,693
14 Seats 21,537
15 Non-Knit Women's Suits 21,121
16 Insulated wire 20,601
17 Video recording equipment 20,051
18 Electric Heaters 18,750
19 Light Fixtures 18,742
20 Rubber Footwear 18,662
21 Industrial Printers 18,333
22 Other Plastic Products 17,879
23 Printed Circuit Boards 17,251
24 Video games and Card Games 17,108
25 Microphones and Headphones 16,140
26 Low-voltage Protection Equipment 15,945
27 Leather shoes 15,823
28 Gold 15,754
29 Models and Stuffed animals 15,169
30 Rubber Tires 15,160

See also

References - Observatory of Economic complexity - Products exported by China (2012)

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