U.S. Global Trade Outlook, 1995-2000: Toward the 21st Century
United States Dept. of Commerce, Apr 11, 1995 - Business & Economics - 222 pages
Highlights growth and trade trends in key countries and sectors. Includes sections on: Assessing our best markets; and Expanding opportunities for industry. Provides data on European Union, United Kingdom, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Canada, Japan, Argentina, Brazil, China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, India, Indonesia, Mexico, and South Africa. Also covers medical equipment and supplies, computer equipment, computer software, motor vehicles, automotive parts, paper products, and information services.
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Assessing Our Best Markets
Selected Industrial Countries
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1994 Gross Domestic Argentina Asia BEMs bilateral trade data billion in 1994 Brazil Canada Change Annual Rate China competitive Consumer prices Department of Commerce developing countries economic growth electronic equipment and supplies European Union Exchange rate expected to grow export market Exports Imports Figure 2 U.S. foreign Germany global Gross Domestic Product growth rates Hong Kong increase Indonesia information services International Data Corporation International Monetary Fund International Trade investment Japan Japanese largest major market for U.S. ment Mexico motor vehicle NAFTA National Economic Indicators opportunities for U.S. packaged software percent annually Percent Change Annual percent in 1994 Real gross domestic sector shipments South Korea suppliers Taiwan tariff telecommunications total U.S. Trade balance trade surplus Trade with U.S. U.S. bilateral trade U.S. companies U.S. computer U.S. Department U.S. exports U.S. firms U.S. industry U.S. market U.S. medical equipment U.S. products United Kingdom World Exports world market