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List of exports of Germany

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List of exports of Germany

The following is a list of the exports of Germany. Data is for 2012, in billions of United States dollars, as reported by The Observatory of Economic Complexity. Currently the top thirty exports are listed.

# Product Value
1 Cars $148,350
2 Vehicle Parts 54,509
3 Pharmaceuticals 48,170
4 Aircraft, Helicopters, and Spacecraft 32,267
5 Refined Petroleum 17,535
6 Petroleum Gas 15,038
7 Engine parts 14,414
8 Machinery Having Individual Functions 13,773
9 Medical instruments 12,779
10 Human or Animal Blood 12,761
11 Computers 12,407
12 Trucks 11,961
13 Transmissions 11,487
14 Integrated Circuits 11,485
15 Valves 11,449
16 Low-voltage Protection Equipment 11,363
17 Gold 11,037
18 Liquid Pumps 10,965
19 Centrifuges 10,203
20 Gas turbines 9,238
21 Air Pumps 8,980
22 Aircraft parts 8,698
23 Tractors 8,471
24 Electrical transformers 8,089
25 Electrical control boards 7,943
26 Industrial printers 7,941
27 Other Plastic Products 7,630
28 Washing and Bottling Machines 7,182
29 Excavation Machinery 7,131
30 Combustion engines 6,923

See also

References - Observatory of Economic complexity - Products exported by Germany (2012)

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