Texas & the EU

The European Union is an Important Trade and Investment Partner for Texas

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Exports from Texas to EU

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EU investment
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US jobs

Created from EU trade

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US jobs

Created from EU investment

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Revenue from EU visitors

The EU is Texas’s biggest source of foreign investment, as shown by this selection of EU companies:

NOTE: For investments with multiple locations, the city containing the largest investment is shown. The data represent all locations in the state.

NOTE: For investments with multiple locations, the city containing the largest investment is shown. The data represent all locations in the state.

Top 5 exports
from Texas to the EU

1. Oil and gas extraction
$6.30 billion

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2. Chemicals
$3.35 billion

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3. Petroleum and coal products manufacturing
$3.22 billion

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4. Aerospace products
$2.63 billion

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5. Electrical equipment
$1.70 billion

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1. Other plant products
$159.20 million

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2. Fruits and tree nuts
$35.09 million

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3. Beef and veal
$33.09 million

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4. Oilseeds, excl. corn and soybeans $27.78 million

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5. Other meat and animal products $19.95 million

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1. Professional, scientific & technical $5.47 billion

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2. Travel
$2.60 billion

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3. Finance and insurance
$2.34 billion

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4. Information
$2.26 billion

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5. Royalties and licensing fees $1.89 billion

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Source: fDi markets, a services of the Financial Times Limited [2018]. All rights reserved

The U.S. and the EU
enjoy a balanced trade relationship to the benefit of both

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