A commerce club atlas, an interactive map of the commerce industry in the Atlantic Ocean region, is available now for $25 via the Commerce Club website.
The map combines data from the International Commerce Institute’s Business Cycle Index (ICI), an online survey, and data from several international trade surveys, such as the International Trade Institute (ITI) and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
The survey covers a wide range of topics including industry trends, the location of companies, jobs, and government regulations, according to the Commerce club website.
According to the ICCI, the top five largest industries in the Americas are aerospace, automotive, apparel, apparel and footwear, electronics and information services, and retail trade.
The Americas are dominated by the United States, which ranks first among industrialized countries with a population of 1.7 billion, followed by Mexico, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and the European Union (EU).
In addition, the Americas comprise about 80% of the world’s GDP, making up a majority of global economic activity, according the ICCII.
The Commerce club atlatlas shows the top 25 sectors in the world.
The countries included in the atlas are the United Kingdom, United States of America, Canada and the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
In terms of industries, the United Nations has identified aviation, pharmaceuticals, energy, and food as the top three.
According to the atlatasis, however, agriculture, construction, manufacturing, mining, and tourism, the fifth and sixth most important sectors, account for only about a quarter of the total.