Five Characteristics of Us Market Essay

1641 Words Oct 30th, 2008 7 Pages
The United States is the most open market in the world, with the annual trade volume more than 1,100,000,000,000 U.S. dollars. The United States is China's major trading partner. Now the total volume of products that are made in China importing into the United States is more than 100,000,000,000 U.S. dollars. These products are consumer goods, mostly through a number of intermediate links into the United States. Many Chinese factory productions and the market are out of touch. They lack understanding of the international market, which requires enterprises to know more about the international market.
 Large capacity of U.S. market
The United States is the world's largest consumer goods market. First of all, it is because of strong
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 Easy to be accepted in the U.S. market
The United States is a country of immigrants; American society is a national melting pot. U.S. population is 280,000,000, mostly from different countries and regions, ethnic groups of immigrants or their descendants. They have different cultural traditions and customs, the United States decided to diversify the structure of the population of the U.S. consumer market diversification. In the United States of immigrants, both accustomed to the use of native and traditional goods, but also other peoples of the world's great curiosity and the freshness of goods, so the American public on a variety of consumer goods in the market acceptance of a strong, very Less exclusive. Second, the United States due to a larger gap between rich and poor, low-income high school classes of different levels of consumer groups and different levels of a particular market, and are quite impressive, from all over the world of low-level high school products in the United States have much to do great. Third, Americans are more realistic, shopping or just like the convenience of personal attention; others do not see how the community has very few people talk to others for consumption. As a result, some higher-income people often have to discount stores to buy cheaper goods, and even go 9 Mao 9 stores or flea markets. It is worth mentioning that, with the

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