U.S. Comparative Sector Performance

April 2003
U.S. Industry Quarterly Review: Industrial Outlook;2003 2nd Quarter, p1
Industry Profile
Industry Overview
The article presents comparative study of various business sectors of the United States. The companies that usually notch the top spot in the performance scale are computers and office machinery and electronic components. The mix of top performers in 2003 is slightly different than previous forecasts. For this forecast, computers and office machinery and electronic components place first and third in terms of constant-dollar revenue. The health service industries are among the near-term leaders in revenue growth and price escalation.


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