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List of exports of South Korea

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List of exports of South Korea

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

# Country Value
1 Refined petroleum 51,540
2 Integrated circuits 49,126
3 Cars 42,484
4 Passenger and Cargo Ships 29,010
5 LCDs 23,978
6 Car parts 20,496
7 Broadcasting Equipment 15,443
8 Broadcasting Accessories 10,532
9 Telephones 10,417
10 Cyclic Hydrocarbons 8,791
11 Special Purpose Ships 8,117
12 Computers 6,340
13 Hot-Rolled Iron 6,288
14 Coated Flat-Rolled Iron 5,654
15 Semiconductor devices 5,210
16 Large Construction Vehicles 5,091
17 Polycarboxylic acids 4,833
18 Polyacetals 4,743
19 Machinery Having Individual Functions 4,621
20 Tires 4,614

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

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