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In 2015 U.S. private enterprise exported over $721 billion in services*

The United States is the most competitive and innovative creator of services in the world. Not only did the U.S. export over $721 billion of services in 2015, the services trade surplus reached over $247 billion, creating a positive boost for the U.S. economy and supporting millions of jobs.

95% of the world's consumers are outside of the United States, underscoring the importance of building economic relationships with emerging and developed countries, particularly through international trade agreements. Forty-eight U.S. states exported over $1 billion in services in 2014. For a detailed look at each state's congressional district exports, please see below. 

*$684 billion does not include government services exports or Washington D.C. exports. Total U.S. services exports with the inclusion of government services and D.C. exports amounts to just over $710 billion


 U.S. Services Exports by State and District

National Summary

 

 

 


* Statistics courtesy of the Trade Partnership, Washington D.C., from the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis and Moody's Analytics. 
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CSI is the leading business organization dedicated to the development of U.S. domestic and international policies that enhance the global competitiveness of the U.S. service sector through bilateral, regional, multilateral, and other trade and investment initiatives. CSI is the leading business organization dedicated to the development of U.S. domestic and international policies that enhance the global competitiveness of the U.S. service sector through bilateral, regional, multilateral, and other trade and investment initiatives.

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