Op-Ed

The most export-dependent places in the U.S. are small counties

The most export-intensive communities in the U.S. aren't big cities but relatively small, often rural or suburban counties, whose economies are based on a single industry – or sometimes even a single company or plant.

The most export-intensive communities in the U.S. aren’t big cities but relatively small, often rural or suburban counties, whose economies are based on a single industry – or sometimes even a single company or plant.

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The most export-dependent places in the U.S. are small counties