England, as an industry, produces:
Electric power equipment
Motor vehicles and parts
Electronics and communications equipment
Paper and paper products
Correspondingly, England’s exports show a dominant presence of the aforementioned products as well.
England, as a part of United Kingdom, recorded a figure of $351.3 billion in 2009 and ranked 10th in the world when it came to exports. Although the recession brought down the figure from $466.3 billion achieved in 2008, the economy was still helped by the amount of exports.
England’s most common exported commodities are:
Major export partners are:
The following graph shows the contribution of different export partners (in percentage):
Imports in 2009 were recorded at $473.6 billion, in contrast to $639.3 billion in 2008. England was the 7th country in the world in terms of import volumes.
England’s imports are dominated by the following commodities: