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Value of global apple exports dipped -8.3% from 2014 to 2015.

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Core Tip: Apple exports by country totalled US$7 billion in 2015, down by an average -2% for all apples shippers over the five-year period starting in 2011.
Apple exports by country totalled US$7 billion in 2015, down by an average -2% for all apples shippers over the five-year period starting in 2011. Year over year, the value of global apple exports dipped -8.3% from 2014 to 2015.

Among continents, European Union countries accounted for the highest dollar worth of apples exported during 2015 with shipments valued at $2.8 billion or 39.1% of the global total. In second place were Asian exporters at 19.3% while 15.2% of worldwide apple shipments originated from North America. Latin America (excluding Mexico) furnished 10.3% worth of goods, 6.3% came from Oceania countries (Australia, New Zealand) and 6% originated from African suppliers.

Below are the 15 countries that exported the highest dollar value worth of apples during 2015:

China: US$1 billion (14.7% of total apple exports)
United States : $1 billion (14.6%)
Italy: $960.3 million (13.7%)
France: $616.2 million (8.8%)
Chile: $591.5 million (8.4%)
New Zealand: $432.2 million (6.1%)
South Africa: $386.5 million (5.5%)
Poland: $319 million (4.5%)
Netherlands: $187.6 million (2.7%)
Belgium: $141.6 million (2%)
Belarus: $111 million (1.6%)
Japan: $110.7 million (1.6%)
Serbia: $104.1 million (1.5%)
Spain: $101.4 million (1.4%)
Lithuania: $96.2 million (1.4%)

The listed 15 countries shipped 88.4% of all apples exports in 2015 (by value).

Among the above countries, the fastest-growing apple exporters since 2011 were: Belarus (up 305.7%), Lithuania (up 79.7%), Serbia (up 58.2%) and New Zealand (up 51.6%).

Netherlands led decliners with a -45.9% drop in value from 2011 to 2015, followed by Belgium’s -31.7% deterioration and France’s -16.9% slowdown.
 
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