Revenue (Current $)

January 2006
U.S. Industry Quarterly Review: Industrial Outlook;2006 1st Quarter, p3
Industry Profile
Industry Overview
This section provides information on the current and constant revenue generated from the top twelve industries of the U.S. Basing from the percentage change forecast of current revenue in 2006, oil and gas extraction is on the top spot followed by aircraft and parts manufacturing and total mining. From a forecast of the percentage change in constant revenue, aircraft and parts manufacturing tops the list, followed by electronic computer manufacturing and computers and related products.


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