US, Germany World Cup Match Honored with Trade Statistics

By Eric Haun
Thursday, June 26, 2014
Image courtesy of the U.S. Census Bureau

In honor of today’s World Cup match between the United States and Germany, a new graphic from the U.S. Census Bureau shows foreign trade statistics for the top five exports and imports between the two nations in 2013.

In 2013, top U.S. exports to Germany included $5.7 billion in civilian aircraft, engines and parts and $5 billion in passenger cars, while Germany sent $25.8 billion in passenger cars and $9.4 billion in medicine and dosage form to the United States.

census.gov

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