Revenue (Current $)

April 2003
U.S. Industry Quarterly Review: Industrial Outlook;2003 2nd Quarter, p3
Industry Profile
Industry Overview
The article presents ranking of top twelve industries (based on current value of U.S. $) of the United States. Extraction, Oil & Gas sector grabbed the first spot followed by Petroleum Refining & Related Industries, X Paving & Roofing in the year 2003. While in the subsequent year, Electronic Components & Accessories and Paperboard Containers & Boxes have managed the top two slots respectively. However, Nonresidential Contract Construction and General Industrial Machinery are forecasted to snatch these places in 2005.


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