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EIA LISTS TOP 10 ELECTRONICS TRADING PARTNERS FOR 1992

 WASHINGTON, April 19 /PRNewswire/ -- The Electronic Industries Association (EIA) announced today its list of the top foreign markets for electronics exports along with the top-10 trading partners for electronics imports.
 According to EIA's analysis of U.S. Department of Commerce "raw U.S. export data," Canada ranks number one, importing more than $12.9 billion worth of U.S. electronics products. Japan ranked second at $8.1 billion with the United Kingdom in third place, receiving $6 billion worth of electronics products from the United States during 1992.
 The top-10 foreign countries account for approximately $54 billion or 70 percent of the total $78 billion of U.S. electronics exports in 1992, while the top 10 suppliers accounted for 88 percent or $77.5 billion of total imports of $88.4 billion in 1992.
 According to EIA's top-10 list of major foreign suppliers of electronic products to the United States, Japan continues to rank number one with sales of $30.6 billion, Singapore is second with $8.2 billion and Taiwan is third with $7.9 billion.
 1992 Top 10 Foreign Markets
 For U.S. Electronic Products
 (millions of dollars)
 Canada 12,945 Singapore 3,841
 Japan 8,086 Taiwan 3,254
 United Kingdom 6,007 Netherlands 2,224
 Mexico 5,770 France 2,888
 Germany 5,300 South Korea 2,700
 1992 Top 10 Suppliers of
 Electronic Products to the United States
 (millions of dollars)
 Japan 30,569 Mexico 5,772
 Singapore 8,172 Malaysia 5,471
 Taiwan 7,892 China 2,673
 Canada 6,444 Germany 2,539
 South Korea 5,656 United Kingdom 2,357
 For 69 years, the Electronic Industries Association has been the national trade organization representing U.S. electronics manufacturers. Committed to the competitiveness of the American producer, EIA represents the entire spectrum of companies involved in the manufacture of electronic components, parts, systems and equipment for communications, industrial, government and consumer-end uses.
 -0- 4/19/93
 /CONTACT: Mark V. Rosenker, vice president, public affairs, Electronic Industries Association, 202-457-4980/


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