Market Penetration Graphics show the ten largest and growing markets in the World for more than 5,000 Commodities. Graphics show short term and long term growth rates and the country location of major penetrators (or suppliers).
Market Penetration Graphics explore specific suppliers and the larger geographic context (region, country, continent, or competitor group for states, provinces or nations) and limits on the size of demand markets considered (custom country groups, continents, etc.).
Commodity Country Risk Analysis depicts growth and variance risks to potential exporters of a product to various country markets. The graph stacks consecutive growth periods at the beginning of an analytical period, shifts to the right to continue with consecutive periods in which growth heads in the next direction, and continues to the end of the period.
Commodity Country Risk Analysis shows the growth risks for Coats of Different types Imported by Brazil, here reflecting Mens and Boys Coats made of Wool, Cotton, Man-made Fibres, or of Other Textile Fibres, not elsewhere specified or incorporated.
Analysis of growth that would have occurred if area exporting commodities did so with the same success as overlying areas (regions, provincial groups, nations, continental regions). Winners presumably have better prices, better quality, or better marketing than the overlying area.
Computation of the difference in value of actual exports that an area might have received over all commodities exported minus what the area would have received had it grown at rates experienced by their overlying area.
|U.S. by State, Port, District||Sep 2014|
|83 Additional Countries||Annual 2013|
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