Top Markets Series
The International Trade Administration's Top Markets Series is meant to help exporters determine their next export market by comparing opportunities across borders. Each report ranks future export opportunities within a particular industry based on a sector-specific methodology. The reports provide a detailed assessment of the competitiveness landscape within a sector, as well as the opportunities and challenges facing U.S. exporters in key markets. Each report is available for download. Interested exporters can also download or view individual case studies within larger reports.
|Agricultural Equipment||Industrial Automation (New for 2016)|
|Aircraft Parts (New for 2016)||Manufacturing Technology (New for 2016)|
|Automotive Parts (New for 2016)||Media and Entertainment|
|Building Products and Sustainable Construction||Oil and Gas Equipment (New for 2016)|
|Civil Nuclear||Recreational Transportation (New for 2016)|
|Cloud Computing (New for 2016)||Renewable Energy (New for 2016)|
|Cold Supply Chain||Renewable Fuels|
|Education||Semiconductors and Related Equipment|
|Environmental Technologies||Smart Grid (New for 2016)|
|Health IT||Textiles and Apparel|
|Travel and Tourism|
ITA’s Top Markets Reports are developed by its Industry & Analysis business unit, whose staff of industry, trade, and economic experts provide detailed analysis to strengthen the export competitiveness of U.S. industry and support strategies to unlock export and investment opportunities that benefit the U.S. economy.
NOTE: The International Trade Administration provides the Top Markets Reports as a resource to U.S. exporters. Every effort has been made to ensure that the information presented in these reports is complete and accurate as of the date of publication; however, the U.S. Government assumes no responsibility or liability for any errors or omissions. Readers are advised to independently verify any information contained in this intelligence brief prior to relying on it. The information provided in this report does not constitute legal advice. Readers are further advised to conduct their own due diligence and seek the advice of legal counsel before entering into business ventures or other commercial arrangements in this market.
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