July 2002
U.S. Industry Quarterly Review: Machinery & Equipment;2002 3rd Quarter, p94
Industry Profile
Industry Overview
The article presents data depicting the quarterly and annual performance of household radio and video equipment industry in the United States. The data has been categorically collected under revenue, price, input costs, and gross operating profit. The quarterly time period begins from the third quarter of the year 2001. History of data has been given up to second quarter of the year 2002 and forecasting has been provided till the second quarter of the year 2004. The yearly time period begins from 1996 and forecasting has been provided till the year 2007. Similarly, under annual data, history has been given up to the year 2001 and forecasting has been done till the year 2007.


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