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					        GOING GLOBAL:
OPPORTUNITIES FOR YOUR COMPANY
   THE REAL WORLD


LAND AREA




                Source: www.world mapper.org
    THE REAL WORLD


POPULATION




                 Source: www.world mapper.org
        THE REAL WORLD


CONTAINER PORTS




                     Source: www.world mapper.org
         THE REAL WORLD


HIGH TECH EXPORTS1990




                      Source: www.world mapper.org
          THE REAL WORLD


HIGH TECH EXPORTS 2002




                       Source: www.world mapper.org
         THE REAL WORLD


ELECTRONICS EXPORTS




                      Source: www.world mapper.org
         THE REAL WORLD


ELECTRONIC IMPORTS




                      Source: www.world mapper.org
      THE REAL WORLD


COMPUTER EXPORTS




                   Source: www.world mapper.org
       THE REAL WORLD


COMPUTER IMPORTS




                    Source: www.world mapper.org
           THE REAL WORLD


CELLULAR SUBSCRIBERS IN 1990




                        Source: www.world mapper.org
            THE REAL WORLD


CELLULAR SUBSCRIBERS IN 2002




                         Source: www.world mapper.org
        THE REAL WORLD


INTERNET USERS IN 1990




                     Source: www.world mapper.org
         THE REAL WORLD


INTERNET USERS IN 2002




                      Source: www.world mapper.org
   THE REAL WORLD


LAND AREA




                Source: www.world mapper.org
      THE REAL WORLD


MEDICAL EXPORTS




                   Source: www.world mapper.org
     THE REAL WORLD


ARMS EXPORTS




                  Source: www.world mapper.org
    THE REAL WORLD


ARMS IMPORTS




                 Source: www.world mapper.org
       THE REAL WORLD


SERVICE EXPORTS




                    Source: www.world mapper.org
     THE REAL WORLD


SERVICE IMPORTS




                  Source: www.world mapper.org
      THE REAL WORLD


PATENTS GRANTED




                   Source: www.world mapper.org
             THE REAL WORLD


ROYALTY AND LICENSE FEE EXPORTS




                          Source: www.world mapper.org
             THE REAL WORLD


ROYALTY AND LICENSE FEE IMPORTS




                          Source: www.world mapper.org
               THE REAL WORLD


RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT EXPENDITURE




                            Source: www.world mapper.org
           THE REAL WORLD


DECLINE IN TERMS OF TRADE




                        Source: www.world mapper.org
             THE REAL WORLD


IMPROVEMENT IN TERMS OF TRADE




                          Source: www.world mapper.org
                                    THE REAL WORLD




• 2008 U.S. Technology exports: $215 billion (+2%)

• Technology is single largest export sector in the U.S.: 17%

• Over past five years, technology exports from VA have grown faster than
  any other state in the top 20 (+164%)

• Virginia has the highest number of technology workers as a percentage of
  the overall private sector workforce (9%)

• Virginia’s average annual wage in the technology sector is $83,600 – 99
  percent higher than the state’s average private sector wage
                                                     THE REAL WORLD



Top Markets 2008 (US$ billions)
• Canada ($31), Mexico ($27), China ($15), Japan ($11), Germany ($11), Singapore
   ($8.5), Malaysia ($8), Taiwan ($7.9), United Kingdom ($7.8), Netherlands ($7.7)
• Over the past five years, China has been the fastest growing market (+78%)
   among the top 10 US technology export destinations
• Global slowdown- Most top 10 markets saw little or negative growth in 2008

Top Products 2008 (US$ billions)
• Integrated Circuits ($42), Computers & Components ($24), Telephony ($22),
   Electro Medical/Surgical Devices ($9), Semiconductors/Transistors/Diodes ($8.5),
   Electrical Switching Apparatus ($8), Printing Machinery ($7.1), Apparatus for
   Physical/Chemical Analysis ($6.7), Storage Devices for Recording
   Sound/Data/Images ($6), Oscilloscopes/Spectrum Analyzers ($5.4)

(Source of Data: World Trade Atlas, VEDP Research)
                                                                             VEDP INTERNATIONAL TRADE


                               International
                            Trade Managers
                            Virginia Offices




                                               Diane Thomas     Ralph Torning     Michael Howley   Jenée Andreev      Knox Hubard       Joe Adams          Mark Myrick
                                                  Abingdon        Lynchburg           Vienna          Vienna          Harrisonburg        Norfolk           Richmond


 Paul H. Grossman, Jr.
  Director, International
   Trade & Investment




         Leslie Parpart      Mario Camardella             Elizabeth Morgan-Brown     Scott Kennedy                       Stephanie Tignor    Jeff Geiger
VALET Program Manager        VALET Research Manager           AIM Program Manager    AIM Research & Trade          Global Network Manager    International Marketing
                                                                                     Events Manager                                          Specialist




                                         Pandy Brazeau             Terri Noll          Lindsey Bertozzi       Carolyn Jewell
                                           Assistant to         Client Services        Marketing Assistant   Marketing Assistant
                                            Director               Manager

                                                                                                                                                          Rev. 02/10/09
VEDP GLOBAL NETWORK
VEDP PROGRAM PARTICIPANTS
VIRGINIA COMPANIES TAKEN TO MARKET BY VEDP
VIRGINIA’S SERVICE EXPORT NETWORK
                    THE REAL WORLD




        PAUL GROSSMAN
DIRECTOR OF INTERNATIONAL TRADE

WWW.EXPORTVIRGINIA.ORG




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