ITC - Report on U.S. electronic services 

May 28:  The U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) today released a report about U.S. electronic services and specifically about audiovisual services, computer services, and telecommunication services. According to the ITC report, the United States is the world's largest services market and was the world's leading exporter and importer of services in 2012.

Read the 138-page ITC report [PDF 2.47 MB]: Recent Trends in U.S. Services Trade, 2014 Annual Report


Each year's report from the ITC provides a qualitative and quantitative overview of U.S. trade in services, and highlights some of the service sectors and geographic markets that contribute substantially to recent services trade performance.


This year's report focuses on electronic services and includes chapters on three specific industries: audiovisual services, computer services, and telecommunication services.


The ITC report describes trade in services via cross-border transactions through 2012 and via affiliate sales through 2011 (latest available data).



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