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Canadian Exports

The following product categories had the highest values. 1. Petroleum products US$63.7 billion 2. Passenger cars $36.6 billion 3. Car parts & accessories $15.6 billion 4. Complete & assembled cars $12.2 billion 5. Aluminum $7.7 billion 6. Lumber $6.6 billion 7. Finishing materials (e.g. shingles, wallboard) $5.9 billion 8. Plastics $5.8 billion 9. Telecommunications $4 billion 10. Engines & parts $3.98 billion

Canadian Imports

The following product categories had the highest values. 1. Vehicle parts & accessories US$23.6 billion 2. Passenger cars $13.1 billion 3. Trucks, buses & special purpose vehicles $11.8 billion 4. Industrial machines $7.5 billion 5. Engines & parts $6.4 billion 6. Plastics $6.3 billion 7. Electric apparatus $5.7 billion

8. Computer accessories $5.2 billion 9. Industrial engines $4.7 billion 10. Iron & steel mill products $4.3 billion

China Exports

the following product categories had the highest values.Top Exported and Imported Products with China So Far in 2010 1. Computer accessories, peripherals and parts US$28.9 billion 2. Miscellaneous household goods (e.g. clocks) $26.5 billion 3. Toys & sporting goods (e.g. bicycles) $22.2 billion 4. Computers $17.4 billion 5. Non-cotton household furnishings & clothing $14.6 billion 6. Video equipment (e.g. DVD players) $14.5 billion 7. Household furniture $13.2 billion 8. Footwear ... $10.7 billion 9. Cotton household furnishings & clothing $9.9 billion 10. Telecommunications equipment $8.3 billion

China Imports

the following product categories had the highest values. 1. Semi-conductors US$5.9 billion 2. Civilian aircraft $5.3 billion

3. Soybeans $2.5 billion 4. Plastics . $2.2 billion 5. Raw cotton $2.1 billion 6. Industrial machines $1.97 billion 7. Copper $1.86 billion 8. Computer accessories $1.82 billion 9. Aluminum $1.7 billion 10. Steelmaking material $1.69 billion

Pakistani Exports

the following product categories had the highest values. 1. Cotton apparel & household furnishings US$2.6 billion 2. Cotton cloth & fabrics (threads, cordage) $351 million 3. Other textiles apparel & household furnishings $138.3 million 4. Textile floor coverings including rugs $122.1 million 5. Non-textile apparel & household furnishings $81.4 million 6. Sporting & camping apparel, footwear & gear $61.2 million 7. Other scientific, medical & hospital equipment $37.9 million 8. Toys, bicycles and other sporting goods $34.4 million 9. Synthetic cloth & fabrics (threads, cordage) $23.7 million 10. Cookware, cutlery, house & garden wares including tools $21.4 million

Pakistani Imports

the following product categories had the highest values. 1. Civilian aircraft (complete) US$753.1 million 2. Generators & accessories $132.3 million 3. Cotton $117 million 4. Computer accessories $308.4 million 5. Chemical fertilizers $87.3 million 6. Telecommunications equipment $64.1 million 7. Tanks, artillery, missiles, rockets, guns & ammunition $61.7 million 8. Civil aircraft (parts) $53.2 million 9. Military parts $43 million 10. Engines & turbines for military aircraft $40.9 million

Exports:

Japan's main export goods are

cars,

electronic devices and computers.

Most important trade partners are China and the USA, followed by South Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Singapore, Thailand and Germany.

Imports: Japan has a surplus in its export/import balance. The most important import goods are raw materials such as oil, foodstuffs and wood. Major supplier is China, followed by the USA, Australia, Saudia Arabia, South Korea, Indonesia and the United Arab Emirates.

France Exports

In 2010, Frances exports totaled $456.8 billion including:

machinery and transportation equipment and aircraft

plastics, chemicals and pharmaceutical products

iron and steel

beverages

To export trading partners Germany (14.3%), Italy (8.7%), Spain (8.3%), UK (7.8%), Belgium (7.6%), US (5.8%), Netherlands (4.2%) Germany (14.9%), Spain (9.3%), Italy (8.9%), UK (8.1%), Belgium (7.3%), US (6.1%) and Netherlands (4.1%).

France Imports

Frances imports totaled up to $532.2 billion in 2010 declining from $692 billion in 2008. France main import commodities are:

Machinery and equipment

Vehicles and Aircraft

Crude oil

Plastics and Chemicals

To main import partners Germany (17.9%), Belgium (11.7%), Italy (8.3%), Spain (6.9%), Netherlands (6.8%), UK (5.1%), US (4.3%).