Posted October 05, 2018 12:04:18International shipping is a big business, but it’s also a tough one to gauge.
You can’t just compare shipments from the United States to Europe, but the world as a whole.
So let’s take a look at what international shipping looks like on the international chart.
International shipping has been growing since 2011.
The U.S. had the biggest growth, followed by Australia, Germany, France, Japan, and the United Kingdom.
The United States also leads the world in the percentage of shipments coming from the EU.
It’s also the largest market for U.K. shipments.
In fact, the U.k. has the highest percentage of its shipments coming out of the EU in the world.
Here are some more interesting facts about international shipping:The EU is the largest consumer of international shipping.
According to the International Maritime Organization, the EU imports about 65% of all international shipping from the rest of the world, which is the second-largest market for international shipping after the United Arab Emirates.
In 2016, the European Union exported about $5.6 trillion worth of goods to the U and European Union.
It has about 4,000 shipping ports.
In the U., it is estimated that about 1,500 U. S. ports employ 4,500 shipping personnel.
The U.N. predicts that global shipping will increase by 20% by 2030, with global shipping reaching $2 trillion in 2020, up from $1.3 trillion in 2021.
The United States is the most prolific exporter of international cargo.
It exports about $4.8 trillion worth in goods annually to the EU, followed closely by Australia and the EU (see table below).
In 2018, the United Nations World Shipping Organization reported that the European Shipping Union exported more than 1.8 million containers of goods.
That’s almost 40% of global exports in 2018, according to the IMS, a data provider that tracks shipping trends.
The EU, Australia, and Germany have become the top destinations for international cargo in recent years.
But China has taken over the top spot as the world’s largest market, with shipments to China totaling $6.2 trillion worth, according the International Institute for Strategic Studies.
And it’s getting bigger.
China’s export growth rate rose by nearly 5% from the year before to a record $6 trillion in 2018.
It also overtook Japan as the largest exporter in the second quarter of 2018.
China also overtakes the U: the country accounts for more than half of global shipments to the European market.
That was a big change from 2015, when the U’s shipments accounted for just 3.5%.
China has become the largest importer of the bulk cargo in the past few years.
In 2018, it accounted for roughly 70% of worldwide cargo, up 10% from 2016.
China is the world leader in the production and import of crude oil, natural gas, and coal, but its exports to the rest, mainly to Japan, have been falling.
In 2017, China exported $631 billion worth of petroleum products, including $200 billion in oil, and $8.2 billion in coal.
In 2018 alone, China surpassed the United Sates as the second largest producer of natural gas.
And its exports jumped to $2.6 billion from $2 billion a year earlier.
China exports about 2.5% of the total value of goods shipped worldwide.
The other major country that accounts for that share is the United Republic of Tanzania, with a value of about $1 billion a day.
In addition to the top five countries, India is the fourth-largest importer, followed in the top 10 by Brazil, Mexico, South Korea, and Taiwan.
The top 10 countries are followed by Russia, Saudi Arabia, France and Indonesia.
The top five largest importers of goods are all in the Middle East and Africa.
China’s share in the region is growing rapidly.
The Middle East accounts for about 7% of world goods exports, according a 2016 study by the World Bank.
But its share of global GDP is about 20%.
It is also the most populous region in the planet.
In 2016, China’s exports to South Korea rose by 30%.
China’s shipments to Mexico jumped from $839 million in 2017 to $1,958 million in 2018 due to a rise in exports to China.
Its exports to Japan jumped from about $100 million to more than $1 trillion.
China has overtaken the U in the number of shipments to Europe.
In 2020, China shipped $2,527 million to the United Netherlands.
Its shipments to Belgium rose from $547 million in 2020 to about $715 million in 2021, while its shipments to Germany rose from about 400 million to about 1.1 billion.
In 2017, it exported more to the UK than it exported to the Netherlands, France or Germany combined