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Imports and Exports of Major South American countries

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Heather Shuler

on 23 May 2016

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South America
Major Imports and Exports of Major South American countries
Imports: Petroleum, food, machinery, and equipment.
Exports: Sugar (most important export), nickel, cigars, fish and shellfish, medical products, citrus fruits, and coffee.
Imports: Petroleum products, plastics, machinery, vehicles, iron and steel, wheat, and paper.
Exports: Copper, gold, zinc, petroleum, coffee, potatoes, asparagus, textiles, and guinea pigs.
Imports: Machinery, electrical and transportation equipment, chemical products, oil, and electronics.
Exports: Coffee, transportation equipment, iron ore, soybeans, footwear, motor vehicles, concentrated orange juice, beef, and tropical hardwoods.
Imports: Machinery, motor vehicles, chemicals, metals, plastics, and other manufactured goods.
Exports: Wheat, corn, flax, oats, beef, mutton, hides, and wool.
Imports: Industrial and transportation equipment, consumer goods, chemicals, paper products, fuels, and electricity.
Exports: Oil (replaced coffee as leading export), coffee, petroleum-related products, coal, nickel, emeralds, apparel, bananas, and cut flowers.
Major Export Map of South America
Scarcity and environmental issues in South America

*Air Pollution (health problems)
*Water Pollution (lack of water)
*Google Images
* NationalGeographic.org
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