A list of the top 10 2014 US Imports.

What Are the Top 10 U.S. Imports?

American imports totaled $2.410 trillion In 2014, read the list below to find out which products made up the Top 10 U.S. Imports.

The following list details the top 10 U.S. Imports — ranking them in order of highest dollar value. America is among the largest importers in the world and the U.S. current trade deficit is $51.4 billion. This means the goods imported into America, were $51.4 billion more than the value of exports.

  1. Oil – $356 billion
  2. Machines, Engines, Pumps – $330 billion
  3. Electronic Equipment – $319 billionElectronic Equipment were one of the top U.S. Exports in 2014.
  4. Vehicles – $265 billion
  5. Medical Equipment – $76 billion
  6. Pharmaceuticals – $73 billion
    Pharmaceuticals were one of the top U.S. Exports in 2014.
  7. Gems, Precious Metals, and Coins – $65 billion
  8. Furniture, Lighting, and Signs – $55 billion
  9. Organic Chemicals – $54 billion

    Organic Chemicals were one of the top U.S. Exports in 2014.

  10. Plastics – $50 billion

The total value of U.S. Imports for 2014 is up by 22.5% since 2010. America’s population is 318.9 million people, and the total dollar value of the top 10 U.S. imports translates to about $7,557 for every resident in the country.

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Johnny Certo • May 15, 2015


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