U.S. agricultural imports in fiscal year (FY) 2019 are forecast at $127 billion, $600 million lower than in FY 2018, while agricultural exports are expected to total $141.5 billion. The projections indicate an agricultural trade surplus of $12.5 billion.
To identify the total value of U.S. agricultural imports from 2012 to 2019, CEOWORLD magazine analyzed data from the US Department of Agriculture; the US Census Bureau; and the US Department of Commerce. During the fiscal year ended in September 2018, agricultural imports amounted to approximately $127.6 billion.
The total value of U.S. agricultural imports from 2012 to 2019
- 2018: $127.6 billion
- 2017: $119.1 billion
- 2016: $113 billion
- 2015: $114.2 billion
- 2014: $109.3 billion
- 2013: $103.9 billion
- 2012: $103.4 billion
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