Public Policy Institute of New York State, Inc.

Just the Facts - Key Economic and Social Indicators for New York State

Total Value of Product Exports, 1999 (millions)

Table 10

Rank

State

Amt.

 

Rank

State

Amt.

1

California

$97,920

 

27

Colorado

$5,931

2

Texas

83,177

 

28

Kansas

4,669

3

NEW YORK

$37,067

 

29

Iowa

4,094

4

Michigan

31,086

 

30

Vermont

4,023

5

Washington

36,731

 

31

Maryland

4,009

6

Illinois

29,432

 

32

Utah

3,134

7

Ohio

24,883

 

33

Oklahoma

2,987

8

Florida

24,155

 

34

Idaho

2,191

9

Louisiana

15,842

 

35

Nebraska

2,096

10

Pennsylvania

16,170

 

36

Alaska

2,564

11

Massachusetts

16,805

 

37

Mississippi

2,216

12

North Carolina

15,007

 

38

Arkansas

2,177

13

New Jersey

15,354

 

39

New Mexico

3,133

14

Indiana

12,910

 

40

Delaware

2,287

15

Georgia

13,749

 

41

New Hampshire

1,930

16

Arizona

11,824

 

42

West Virginia

1,893

17

Virginia

11,483

 

43

Maine

2,014

18

Oregon

10,471

 

44

Rhode Island

1,116

19

Tennessee

9,868

 

45

Nevada

1,067

20

Wisconsin

9,673

 

46

South Dakota

495

21

Minnesota

9,373

 

47

North Dakota

699

22

Kentucky

8,877

 

48

Montana

427

23

South Carolina

7,150

 

49

Wyoming

458

24

Connecticut

7,231

 

50

Hawaii

274

25

Alabama

6,192

  U.S. total

$692,821

26

Missouri

6,059

  N.Y.S. as % of total

5.4%

Source: Massachusetts Institute for Social and Economic Researchhttp://www1.miser.umass.edu/trade/statex.html

Through August 2000, exports from New York were 23% higher than in the first eight months of 1999; the national increase was 14%.