The Global Rebound Affects U.S. Economic Growth
- Exports from developed economies are expected to increase by 7.5 percent.
- Exports from the rest of the world are expected to rise by about 11 percent.
|And according to a special report on the U.S. economy in The Economist:
- Services are playing, and will continue to play, an increasingly important part in U.S. exports. Their share of total exports has gradually increased to nearly 33 percent last year. Within that category, the private side — which covers things like business, professional and financial services — has been growing fastest.
Contact FedEx and the U.S. Commercial Service. Through our extensive exporting experience and expertise, we can help:
- Identify new markets that offer opportunities for sustainable growth.
- Determine a pricing strategy that will maximize the return on your export investment.
- Recommend export strategies unique to your business and industry.
|"If small businesses can sell more, they'll produce more, and more people can find work. American consumers alone can't be counted on to lead our economy back to recovery. We need to look to demand beyond the U.S."
~ Dick Durbin, U.S. Senator of Illinois