State officials announced that the state surpassed $49.7 billion in exports in 2023, eclipsing the record-setting $47 billion in 2022

Macon, GA – According to the statement, Georgia currently ranks seventh in the U.S. for dollar value of trade, facilitating more than $186 billion in total trade to 222 unique countries and territories, and 12th in the country for dollar value of exports.

Top exports for 2023 included civilian aircraft products, motor vehicles, turbojets and turbines, poultry, and chemical woodpulp products. Canada, Mexico, China, Germany, and Singapore were the top destinations for Georgia exports.

Governor Brian Kemp released the following statement:

“For the third year in a row, Georgia has broken every record when it comes to exports, bringing billions of dollars to communities all across the state.

With an estimated 87 percent of those exports coming from small businesses, these numbers are further evidence of just how Georgia means opportunity for all.

International trade touches every county in the state, supporting jobs in logistics, manufacturing, agriculture, and more. You can truly make anything here and reach markets all over the world.”

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