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  1. Import-Export British cheese has becomepopular in Japan. Exports of thisproduct to Japan are currently high.

  2. 1- We import a lot of cars from Germany, Japan, China, Italy, Spain… // We import petrol from the Emirates and from Russia… // we import gas from Russia… 2- Cars, petrol, gas, alcohol, rice, coffee, tea, cocoa, fruit and vegetables… 3- Petrol is an upmarket product for example. 4- We export planes to China, India, the USA… We export wine to Asia, Russia, the USA… 5- Local products we export seafood to the rest of France and the rest of Europe. 6- France’s biggest export is probably … cheese / wine / cereal… and services: aeronautical products…

  3. France is the second-largest trading nation in Europe (after Germany).Its foreign trade balance for goods had been in surplus from 1992 until 2001, reaching $25.4 billion (25.4 G$) in 1998; however, the French balance of trade was hit by the economic downturn, and went into the red in 2000, reaching a US$15bn deficit in 2003. Total trade for 1998 amounted to $730 billion, or 50% of GDP—imports plus exports of goods and services. Trade with European Union countries accounts for 60% of French trade. In 1998, U.S.-France trade stood at about $47 billion—goods only. According to French trade data, U.S. exports accounted for 8.7%--about $25 billion—of France's total imports. U.S. industrial chemicals, aircraft and engines, electronic components, telecommunications, computer software, computers and peripherals, analytical and scientific instrumentation, medical instruments and supplies, broadcasting equipment, and programming and franchising are particularly attractive to French importers. The principal French exports to the United States are aircraft and engines, beverages, electrical equipment, chemicals, cosmetics, luxury products and perfume. France is the ninth-largest trading partner of the U.S.