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List of countries by aircraft component exports

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List of countries by aircraft component exports

The following is a list of countries by exports of aircraft components. Data is for 2012, in millions of United States dollars, as reported by The Observatory of Economic Complexity. Currently the top twenty countries are listed.

# Country Value
1  United States 17,013
2  United Kingdom 8,863
3  Germany 8,698
4  France 7,227
5  Japan 4,287
6  Italy 2,818
7  Canada 2,758
8  Spain 1,946
9  China 1,176
10   Switzerland 907
11  Netherlands 895
12  Belgium &  Luxembourg 828
13  Mexico 826
14  South Korea 819
15  India 813
16  Austria 735
17  Singapore 674
18  Australia 638
19  Israel 561
20  Malaysia 466

References - Observatory of Economic complexity - Countries that export Aircraft Parts (2012)

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