The latest international trade figures show that $4.54 billion worth of goods left Florida for international markets in June, a decrease of 9.9 percent from May.
Exports of manufactured goods contributed significantly to the state’s international trade, accounting for 75 percent of all exports from the state in June. Exports from state manufacturers decreased in June by 11.3 percent from the previous month.
Meanwhile, exports of non-manufactured goods went down by 5.4 percent in June. This group of foreign sales consists of agricultural goods, mining products and re-exports — foreign goods that entered the state as imports and are exported in substantially the same condition.