Indiana Exports to China Increase 56% in 2020, Becomes 5th Largest US State Goods Exporter to China

Last year, Indiana goods exports to China surged by $1.4 billion—up 56% percent from 2019. After two years of trade tensions that hurt American consumers and businesses, market openings and Chinese tariff exclusions in support of purchase commitments stoked US exports, according to a study released today by the US-China Business Council (USCBC), a non-partisan trade association representing more than 200 US companies from a wide range of industries.