The graph below shows the percentage of the total chemical imports for 13 countries supplied by Untied States companies (total US company chemical exports to the countries) in 2012.
The percentage results are based on statistical data from two sources – the United States Census Bureau and the World Trade Organization. The US Census provides export values for categories of products (by NAICS code) exported to countries. Click here to find these values.
The World Trade Organization (WTO) provides trade statistics by region, country, and product type, including the total value of chemical products imported into countries. Click here to find these statistics for 2012.
The WTO statistics include the total value of chemical products imported into a country. To get the percentages in the graph above, the amount of chemical products exported to the country from the US (from the US Census statistics) was divided by the total chemical products imported into the country (from the WTO statistics).
The percentage results might be useful to show what countries heavily rely on US chemical imports and which countries have little US chemical imports. Planners might find these percentages useful in developing sales strategies with respect to the individual countries.