Turkey's main exports are food, textiles, clothing, iron, steel, ships, consumer electronics, appliances and automotive goods. Turkey is defined as an emerging market economy by the International Monetary Fund. More »

According to “Talking Turkey: A Thanksgiving Quiz,” the five top turkey-producing states are Minnesota, North Carolina, Arkansas, Virginia and Missouri, as of 2014. Counting turkey production in Indiana, these states pro... More »

As of 2012, Minnesota produces more turkeys than any other state. It is one of six states that produce two-thirds of the turkeys raised in the United States. North Carolina, Arkansas, Virginia, Missouri and Indiana follo... More »

Italy's major industries are tourism, machinery, iron and steel, chemicals, food processing, textiles, motor vehicles, clothing, footwear and ceramics. Production is primarily situated in the northern part of the country... More »

Consumer goods include household appliances, cleaning products, food, furniture and electronics. The number of consumer goods is potentially infinite and growing, as any good that a person buys for household use or consu... More »

According to the CIA World Factbook, Costa Rica's main exports are bananas, pineapples, coffee, melons, ornamental plants, sugar, beef, seafood, electronic components and medical equipment; the main imports are raw mater... More »

Scotland exports Scotch whisky, salmon, beef and lamb, chemicals, petroleum products, electronics, and textiles. The country imports manufactured goods, beverages and tobacco, machinery and vehicles, and fuels. Whisky is... More »