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  • Figure 1: The U.S. has a large, diversified and regional economy. Top global commodity trading partners have local and regional patterns. Canada tends to be the largest global trading partners along the Canadian border as well as Mexico along the Mexican border. However, some areas tend to have strong local-to-global connections, such as upstate New York, Oklahoma and Mississippi.
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    Figure 1: The U.S. has a large, diversified and regional economy. Top global commodity trading partners have local and regional patterns. Canada tends to be the largest global trading partners along the Canadian border as well as Mexico along the Mexican border. However, some areas tend to have strong local-to-global connections, such as upstate New York, Oklahoma and Mississippi.
  • Figure 2: The U.S. has a large, diversified and regional economy with respect to goods most traded on the global market. States along the Canadian border tend to have large dependence on oil and gas (mining) from Canada. Arizona is a large import source of Mexican agriculture.
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    Figure 2: The U.S. has a large, diversified and regional economy with respect to goods most traded on the global market. States along the Canadian border tend to have large dependence on oil and gas (mining) from Canada. Arizona is a large import source of Mexican agriculture.
  • Figure 3: (a) The market value of export commodity flows to East Asia compared to the market value of to all world regions for 2012. (b) The market value of export commodity flows to East Asia compared to the market value of domestic commodity flows for 2012. Both maps show that metropolitan areas and ports in the eastern half of the U.S. and Texas; agricultural areas in the Midwest (Texas Panhandle, Kansas, Nebraska, Minnesota); the Pacific Northwest, including Montana and Idaho in addition to northern Nevada; the Los Angeles and San Francisco metropolitan areas; Alaska; and Hawaii are especially vulnerable to tariffs on East Asian countries.
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    Figure 3: (a) The market value of export commodity flows to East Asia compared to the market value of to all world regions for 2012. (b) The market value of export commodity flows to East Asia compared to the market value of domestic commodity flows for 2012. Both maps show that metropolitan areas and ports in the eastern half of the U.S. and Texas; agricultural areas in the Midwest (Texas Panhandle, Kansas, Nebraska, Minnesota); the Pacific Northwest, including Montana and Idaho in addition to northern Nevada; the Los Angeles and San Francisco metropolitan areas; Alaska; and Hawaii are especially vulnerable to tariffs on East Asian countries.
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