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 Research Analyst

Australia’s Top Trading Partners

Nicknamed the Land Down Under, Australia is an island economy that strongly benefits from its close proximity to the vast markets of China and Japan which together represent almost half (46.4%) of all Australian export sales. In 2015, Australia signed the China-Australia Free Trade Agreement (FTA), which opened tariff-free markets for agricultural, natural resources, energy […]

Aircraft Parts Exports by Country

Global sales from aircraft parts exports by country amounted to US$84.4 billion in 2016. Overall, the value of aircraft parts exports were up by an average 37.4% for all exporting countries since 2012 when aircraft parts shipments were valued at $61.4 billion. From 2015 to 2016, exported aircraft parts appreciated by 2%. Among continents, European […]

South Africa’s Top 10 Exports

South Africa shipped US$74.1 billion worth of goods around the globe in 2016, up by 37.6% since 2009 when the Great Recession kicked in and up by 6.4% from 2015 to 2016 South Africa’s top 10 exports accounted for almost three-quarters (72.5%) of the overall value of its global shipments. Based on statistics from the […]

Jamaica’s Top 10 Exports

An island country in the Caribbean Sea, Jamaica shipped US$1.1 billion worth of goods around the globe in 2016, down by -20.2% since 2009 when the Great Recession kicked in and down by -16.8% from 2015 to 2016. Jamaica’s top 10 exports accounted for 88.6% of the overall value of its global shipments. Based on […]

Top Soft Drinks Exporters by Country

An ever-expanding myriad of flavors are quenching the thirst of soft drink enthusiasts around the globe. Consumer tastes now range from bubble gum or plum to curry or teriyaki carbonated drinks. Global sales from top soft drinks exporters in 2016 amounted to US$10.5 billion. Overall, the value of soft drinks exports were up by an […]

Bolivia’s Top Trading Partners

Bolivia shipped US$7.1 billion worth of products around the globe in 2016. That figure represents roughly 0.04% of overall global exports estimated at $16.236 trillion for the prior year 2015. From a continental perspective, $3.4 billion or 47.4% of Bolivian exports by value were delivered to other Latin American (excluding Mexico) or Caribbean countries while […]

Top Indian Trade Balances

Crude oil, gold and smartphones were major factors behind India’s highest trade deficits by product. China and Switzerland placed first and second respectively among trade partners with which India experienced the highest negative trade balances. India’s overall trade deficit for all products equaled -US$95.7 billion in 2016, up by 6.7% from -$89.6 billion for 2009. […]

Sweet Cherries Exports by Country

Global sales from sweet cherries exports by country amounted to US$2.4 billion in 2016. Overall, the value of sweet cherries exports were up by an average 44.1% for all exporting countries since 2012 when sweet cherries shipments were valued at $1.6 billion. Year over year, exported sweet cherries appreciated by 34.6% from 2015 to 2016. […]