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List of countries by telecommunications equipment exports

The following is a list of countries by telecommunications equipment exports. 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  China 110,979
2  South Korea 15,443
3  Vietnam 11,520
4  United States 6,227
5  Netherlands 6,068
6  Mexico 5,510
7  Hungary 4,297
8  Germany 4,091
9  Malaysia 3,789
10  India 3,482
11  United Kingdom 2,916
12  Ireland 2,779
13  Hong Kong 2,408
14  Singapore 2,037
15  Taiwan 1,876
16  France 1,676
17  United Arab Emirates 1,567
18  Czech Republic 1,476
19  Canada 1,415
20  Belgium &  Luxembourg 1,266

References

atlas.media.mit.edu - Observatory of Economic complexity - Countries that export Broadcasting Equipment (2012)

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