Posted February 06, 2018 09:53:51 The United States has been the country most responsible for the growth of the technology sector in the world.
As of March 31, 2018, the country had an estimated $1.3 trillion in revenues from tech.
But it is not just technology companies like Apple, Amazon, Google, Facebook and Twitter that are big players in the United States.
As part of a ranking of the countries with the highest growth in tech, we looked at how important each country is to the US economy.
In addition to the tech sector, we also took into account other industries like health care, media and entertainment, education and government, among others.
Here are the top five countries with their revenue and employment in the US.1.
China, $1,065 trillion2.
Mexico, $996 billion3.
India, $858 billion4.
Germany, $787 billion5.
Australia, $783 billionThe US economy has been growing at an average annual rate of 3.4% since the end of last year, according to the Bureau of Economic Analysis.
The US is the largest economy in the region, and has been for a while now.
However, its economy is not growing at the same pace as other countries.
The number of jobs created in the U.S. in 2019 was the lowest in 20 years.
According to the B.E.A., the United Kingdom and France have both added a greater number of job openings in the past two years.
However the overall job growth rate has not been keeping up with the pace of growth in other countries such as Germany and France.
China has been a major player in the growth in the American economy.
As the number of new companies grew by more than 150% in the first quarter of 2019, the Chinese economy added a whopping $1 trillion worth of new jobs, according an estimate from Bloomberg.
China was one of the top 10 countries in terms of the number and type of companies that were created last year.
The country is now one of China’s largest export markets and has the second-largest share of total international trade.
Its economy has grown by a staggering 10.4%, compared to 7.6% in 2017.
The Chinese government has invested heavily in infrastructure and is trying to create a more efficient and efficient economy.
However China is not always seen as a bright spot in the global economy.
The government is struggling to contain a slowing economy and it has been facing high inflation.
It has also faced a sharp drop in oil prices and has cut spending in many sectors.
This has led to a significant slowdown in China’s economy.2.
South Korea, $926 billion3: Canada, $883 billion4: France, $781 billion5: Germany,$784 billionThe United States is a major contributor to the economic growth in South Korea.
South Korean companies contributed $927 billion to the U,S.
economy last year and they have a very active presence in the economy.
South Koreans make up nearly two-thirds of the U and U.K. countries’ total population and their economic output is roughly equal to that of China.
South and South Korean citizens are more likely to have higher-paying jobs and more highly educated people.
However as a result, the South Korean economy has lagged behind its peers in terms, and overall, of global economic growth.
South’s GDP grew by only 0.5% in 2019.
In contrast, France, Germany, Japan and South Korea all grew more than 3% in 2018.
This was due in large part to rising trade, which helped to increase exports and boost their economies.
The French economy grew by 3.1% in 2020 and Germany by 2.7%.
However, it has lags behind the rest of the world in terms as well as in terms in terms GDP per capita.3. Canada, €769 billion4, Australia, €714 billion5, New Zealand, €713 billionThe number of Canadian jobs rose by nearly 3% last year compared to 2018.
Canada’s economy grew 2.5%, with its population up 2.4%.
But the country still lags far behind the world’s other major economies in terms and overall of jobs creation.
In 2018, Canada’s unemployment rate was 6.3%.
In 2020, it was 8.2%.
In 2030, it is expected to be at 11.2%, according to data from Statistics Canada.
The Canadian economy is also in recession.
In 2019, Canada lost 7.4 million jobs.
In 2020 it lost 775,000 jobs.
New Zealand was the only country in the OECD to grow in jobs in 2018 and still lost more than 600,000 in 2019, according a report from Bloomberg Businessweek.4.
Japan, $721 billion5., South Korea $708 billionThe U.A.E., the U-shaped economic triangle, has been one of Japan’s top export markets.
The Japanese economy is in the middle