About Daniel Workman

Daniel Workman is the founder of World’s Top Exports (WTEx).
He graduated with top marks in attaining a Business Systems Analysis and Design degree from Ryerson University. Daniel also earned a more practical advanced International trade certificate from George Brown College.
 
Daniel has immersed himself in export research since 2006, when he independently
developed the fledgling international trade topic for an online magazine. Within two years, his articles went from drawing 200 monthly page views to over 12,000 unique visits per day.
 
Daniel also writes research pieces on request from his global audience, delving into
subjects ranging from Asian inkjet sales for a print magazine in mainland China to an analysis on the world’s richest countries for an Australian educational publication.
 
Daniel’s true passion is analyzing and synthesizing export data, and presenting that
information in plain language for a global audience
  
Quotable Quotes: “Just as sales reflect the vital signs of the largest multinational
corporation, exports represent the life blood of the global economy.” Daniel Workman,
WTEx

Philippines Top 15 Import Partners

The Philippines is a densely populated island of 101 million residents located in south-east Asia, and is officially named the Republic of the Philippines. The Philippines shipped US$58.6 billion worth of products around the globe in 2015. That figure represents roughly 0.3% of overall global exports estimated at $18.686 trillion. From a continental perspective, 67.1% […]

UK Major Trade Balances with America

United States of America is the United Kingdom’s second-biggest trade partner after the European Union. UK’s exports to the US totaled US$69.3 billion in 2015, up by 10.2% over the five-year period starting in 2011. Great Britain’s imports from America amounted to $58.1 billion, down by -6.3% since 2011. Overall, the UK generated a $11.3 […]

Taiwan’s Top 10 Major Export Companies

Three of Taiwan’s 10 largest export companies operate in the general electronics sector while one targets the more specific semiconductor industry. Three Taiwanese chemical industry players also rank among the Asian country’s top 10 exporters. To give some contextual perspective on recent company performance, the overall value of Taiwanese exports declined by -9.4% from US$309.1 […]

Switzerland’s Top 10 Major Export Companies

Two of Switzerland’s 10 largest export companies are pharmaceuticals giants, namely Novartis and Roche Holding. The other seven companies span a diverse range of industries, from construction materials to electronics. To give some contextual perspective on recent company performance, the overall value of Swiss exports appreciated by 24.3% from US$234.8 billion in 2011 to $292 […]

Bananas Exports by Country

Banana exports by country totaled US$11 billion in 2015, up by an average 15.9% for all banana shippers over the five-year period starting in 2011 when when bananas shipments were valued at $9.2 billion. Year over year, the value of global banana exports fell in value by -4.1% from 2014 to 2015. Among continents, Latin […]

Top Canadian Trade Balances

Trucks, auto parts, smartphones and other technology commodities were major factors behind Canada’s highest product trade deficits during 2015. China and Mexico placed first and second respectively among trade partners with which Canada experienced the highest negative trade balances. Canada’s overall trade deficit for all products equaled -US$10.3 billion in 2015, up sharply from -$149.5 […]

Top Mexican Trade Balances

Refined petroleum, integrated circuits and microassemblies were major factors behind Mexico’s highest trade deficits by product. China and Japan placed first and second respectively among trade partners with which Mexico experienced the highest negative trade balances. Mexico’s overall trade deficit for all products equaled -US$14.5 billion in 2015, up by 855.2% from -$1.4 billion for […]

Biggest Automobile Maker Export Companies

Overall, exported automobile sales totaled US$797.3 billion during 2015, up by 4.1% from $765.9 billion in 2011. Those totals include international trade sales of exported cars, trucks, special purpose vehicles including fire trucks and work trucks like those used in factories and at airports. Automobiles represent 4.7% of the value for all exported products in […]