Revenue (Current $)

April 2004
U.S. Industry Quarterly Review: Industrial Outlook;2004 2nd Quarter, p3
Industry Profile
Industry Overview
The article presents statistics related to the U.S. industrial sector. It focuses on the current revenue for the top 12 industries for the year 2004-2006. The current revenue of Petroleum Refineries for 2004 is 33.2%; Oil and Gas Extraction is 26.6%; Construction Machinery Manufacturing is 26%. It is expected that the current revenue for 2005 for Nonresidential Construction will be 16.5%; Heavy Duty Truck Manufacturing will be 16%; Pharmaceutical and Medicine Manufacturing will be 10.6% which is further expected to decline to 9.6% by 2006.


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