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Georgia tops $70 billion in tradeMalaysia’s trade doubles; phone equipment triples

By WorldCity Staff | Feb 14, 2006

Georgia’s trade with the world topped $70 billion for the first time in 2005, according to annual statistics released by the Census Department on Feb. 10 and analyzed by WorldCity. Led by the Port of Savannah and Atlanta International Airport, Georgia registered $72.5 billion in imports and exports, maintaining its position as the United States’…

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Boston’s trade increases 6.4%Canada, Netherlands leapfrog Germany

By WorldCity Staff | Jan 1, 2006

Trade with the Boston Customs district is up a relatively tepid 6.4 percent through the first nine months of the year to $23 billion, according to WorldCity analysis of U.S. Census data. Canada and the Netherlands have jumped past the previous No. 1, Germany, and China has jumped into the No. 4 slot, ahead of…

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NY’s trade increases 10% this yearChina, Israel, India are fastest-growing

By WorldCity Staff | Jan 1, 2006

New York’s trade with the world is up just under 10 percent through the first nine months of the year, largely on the strength of increased trade with China, and to a lesser extent Israel and India. New York remains the No. 2 ranked Customs district in the United States, behind Los Angeles as it…

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LA trade growth at 11%China, India, Ecuador are best performers

By WorldCity Staff | Jan 1, 2006

Los Angeles’ trade with the world increased slightly less than 11 percent through the first nine months of the year, with imports from China, India and Ecuador showing the strongest growth. Los Angeles is widening its position as the nation’s leading Customs district, growing faster than New York, which was No. 1 in 2000. Los…

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Houston’s trade surgesNo surprise – it’s all about the price of oil

By WorldCity Staff | Jan 1, 2006

Houston is the fastest-growing U.S. Customs district in the nation, fueled largely by the large run-up in the price of crude oil through much of 2005. Through the first nine months of the year, its trade with the world is up almost one-third, according to WorldCity analysis of U.S. Census Department data. Nationwide, trade is…

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U.S. Trade With The World Is Up More Than $211 Million

By WorldCity Staff | Jan 1, 2006

U.S. trade with the world is up more than $211 million through the first nine months of the year, with Houston, Savannah and Philadelphia showing the fastest-growth among Customs districts and China, Canada, Venezuela and Saudi Arabia among trade partners. The big story remains, of course, imported crude oil. The dollar value of crude oil…

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