The #1 Guide to U.S. Industry a Trade is Back Whether you want to identify sectors with the highest growth potential-stay on top of major developments in key industries-or find new marketing a investment opportunities, you won't find a more comprehensive resource than this edition of the leading reference guide to U.S. industry a trade. The result of an innovative joint venture between the U.S. Department of Commerce/International Trade Administration, DRI/McGraw-Hill, a Standard a Poor's, the U.S. Industry a Trade Outlook '96 provides sector-by-sector reviews, forecasts a global reports for more than 350 industries, including: computer software; construction; transportation; textiles; financial services; metals; microelectronics; retailing; aerospace; motor vehicles; telecommunications; entertainment.Though several transplant manufacturers simply set up shop in North America, others, like Toyota, decided to test the ... That plant was set up originally by GM to build Chevy Novas and today produces the Toyota Corolla and Tacoma as well ... (CARB is, however, still requiring that 10 percent of automakersa#39; fleets sold in California be zero-emission vehicles by 2003.) ... In addition to electric vehicles, automakers are increasingly considering alternative power plants and fuels, such asanbsp;...
|Title||:||U.S. Industry & Trade Outlook '98|
|Publisher||:||McGraw-Hill Companies - 1997-01|