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High-tech industry exports almost €22 bn in goodsHigh-tech goods are technological products which involve a high intensity ofR&D. Examples of high-tech goods produced in the Netherlands include chipmanufacturing equipment, antisera and vaccines, X-ray equipment and processorsand controllers. These exports grew in volume by 18 percent between 2012 and2016.Download CSVShow datatableExports of Dutch-manufactured high-tech goodsExports of Dutch-manufactured high-tech goods 2012| 18.3 2013| 16.2 2014| 18.6 2015| 22.6 2016| 21.6 ## Fewer chemical productsIn 2016, exports of Dutch-manufactured high-tech goods declined by nearly 1billion euros relative to the previous year (-4 percent). This decline ismainly on account of a drop in demand for pharmaceutical products, machineryand computers. Machinery is by far the most important product category,accounting for 31 percent of all Dutch high-tech exports.Download CSVShow datatableHigh-tech exports by product group, 2016High-tech exports by product group, 2016 Machinery| 6.7 Scientific instruments| 5.4 Telephones, audiovisual equipment| 3.9 Chemical products| 3.8 Computers, office machinery| 1.9 ## United States the largest marketThe single largest export destination for Dutch high-tech goods is the UnitedStates, which represents nearly 2.8 billion euros (13 percent) in relatedexport value. Chip-making equipment, uranium or related commodities, antiseraand vaccines as well as orthopaedic products are exported to the US on a verylarge scale. The US is followed by Germany with 2.2 billion euros in exportvalue. In Asia, the chief export destination is Taiwan, which receives over1.9 billion euros in high-tech goods. By far the most important markets forchip-manufacturing machines are Taiwan and South Korea. Out of each ten euros earned by high-tech exports, the Netherlands earns morethan six outside the European Union. With an export share of 38 percent, theAsian market matches that of the EU (39 percent). The ten main importers ofDutch high-tech include, aside from the United States, five Asian and fourEuropean countries. Download CSVShow datatableTop 10 export destinations of high-tech goods, 2016Top 10 export destinations of high-tech goods, 2016 USA| 0.9| 0.3| 1| 0.1| 0.5 Germany| 0.7| 0.5| 0.2| 0.3| 0.5 Taiwan| 0.1| 0.1| 1.7| 0| 0 South Korea| 0.1| 0.2| 1.3| 0| 0.1 China| 0.3| 0.2| 0.8| 0| 0.1 UK| 0.3| 0.3| 0.1| 0.2| 0.3 France| 0.3| 0.2| 0.1| 0.1| 0.3 Belgium| 0.2| 0.2| 0.1| 0.2| 0.2 Singapore| 0.1| 0| 0.3| 0| 0.2 Israel | 0| 0.1| 0.4| 0| 0.1 ## Relatively many high-tech goods destined for AsiaOut of all high-tech exports, 8.3 billion euros in exports go to Asia. Thistrade represents nearly one-quarter of all Dutch-manufactured goods exports tothis continent. Asia accounts for 9 percent of total Dutch-manufactured goodsexports. The top 10 export countries include nine in Asia, aside from the UnitedStates.Download CSVShow datatableShare of high-tech goods in exports of Dutch origin,2016Share of high-tech goods in exports of Dutch origin, 2016 Taiwan| 71 South Korea| 53 Israel| 44 Iran| 26 USA| 21 Thailand| 21 Japan| 20 China| 18 Singapore| 18 Kuwait| 17

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