What are the ‘biggest sponsors’ of the US tech sector?

A few years ago, the US Department of Commerce estimated that the US had nearly $40 trillion worth of goods and services imported from China.

That figure is expected to rise as new technology, like artificial intelligence, becomes more common.

Now it is becoming clearer how much of that has to do with companies’ own interests, rather than those of the rest of the world.

The US has the largest foreign direct investment in the world, accounting for nearly two-thirds of global gross domestic product.

Its dominance in this sector is one reason the US has emerged as a global leader in artificial intelligence and robotics, according to research by researchers at the University of Michigan and Carnegie Mellon University.

The report says the US “has consistently dominated the race to create, license and market new products, technologies and services, with the largest share of its overall revenue coming from this market”.

But the report also points out that “the US also holds an outsized influence over the growth of the global supply chain, with a disproportionate share of global imports coming from the US”.

In particular, the report notes that the biggest US players in this area are the US-based General Electric Co (GE), Walmart and Amazon.

This report, published in the Journal of Economic Perspectives, looked at how much each of these firms contributed to the US economy.

GE, Walmart and the UK’s Amazon are major players in the aerospace and defence industries.

In particular GE has a substantial presence in the US aerospace industry, with operations in Texas, California and Texas.

Walmart has an established presence in a wide range of areas, including manufacturing and logistics.

Amazon is a major player in logistics, with warehouses and warehouses in the UK and Europe.

The researchers looked at each company’s revenues, share of sales and earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortisation (EBITDA) for the year ending December 31, 2017.

They also looked at the companies’ net income and stockholders’ equity (EICDA).

For GE, net income for the first half of 2017 was $1.9 billion, up $1 billion from the previous year.

Its EICDA for the same period was $9.4 billion.

Its share of the EICVA was up $11.5 billion.

The figures were based on the company’s 2016 annual report.

The research also looked closely at GE’s operations in the Middle East and North Africa.

It found that GE, the largest US producer of jet engines, has been the US’s largest supplier of engines to Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates.

This has created a significant competitive advantage in the region.

The company also has a significant presence in Egypt, and is the world’s biggest manufacturer of jet turbine blades.

GE has been a major investor in Egypt’s national carrier, Suez.

Its investments in Egypt have also been significant.

In 2018, S, a subsidiary of Suez, was acquired by Egypt’s state-owned Egypt Air and the combined company now owns over 80 per cent of S.GE, which has operations in more than 100 countries and more than $300 billion in annual revenue.

The total value of these investments is roughly $1 trillion.

For Walmart, its US operations are mostly concentrated in Texas.

For Amazon, it is largely concentrated in the United States, with some operations in China and Japan.

In general, Amazon is one of the largest suppliers of online products in the country, and has invested heavily in expanding its presence in Brazil.

Walmart is one the largest producers of books, movies and video games, and accounts for about a quarter of Amazon’s sales in the entire US.

It is also a significant investor in digital content distribution, including Amazon Music and Kindle.

Its US operations include a number of warehouses in Texas and California.

The companies also control a large share of digital content from Amazon.

Amazon’s main headquarters is in Seattle.

This is in addition to its vast headquarters in Menlo Park, California, where the company is also headquartered.

The overall US market for the products it sells is roughly 20 per cent larger than that of its closest competitor, Amazon.

According to the research, the companies accounted for nearly 20 per per cent, or $1,000 billion, of the overall US gross domestic products market in 2017.

The largest US companies accounted on average for 23 per cent each of their global revenues.

Walmart, Amazon and General Electric all have more than 50 per cent market share in the combined market.

The top 10 US companies account for roughly 90 per cent.

The bottom 10 accounted for a little less than 10 per cent and accounted for less than 4 per cent for the US.

These companies accounted over 80% of the market in the second quarter of 2017.

But, as the researchers point out, “the biggest drivers of growth in US gross product are companies outside the US, which include international companies such as India, Mexico and Brazil, and some emerging market players