France & USA - 2019 Economic Report - Trade, Jobs, Investment

Author : Embassy of France in the United States

Language : English
Number of pages : 127



French companies share why they chose the U.S. and what role they play in strengthening the ties between our nations.
Read, state-by-state, why French comoanies rely on the U.S. as a free and open environment for their business, where they can locate essential parts of their supply chain, invest in local R&D or improve infrastructure and quality of life for millions of Americans.


2019 Economic Report from the French Embassy in the U.S.

Did you know?

American and French subsidiaries are of key importance to their respective country’s exports French-affiliated firms in the U.S. export $26 billion in goods to third countries every year (source: BEA). Similarly, American subsidiaries in France benefit from an unrivalled access to European and African markets, and export $43 billion to third countries annually (source: BEA). According to the Kantar Public research institute, 88% of foreign firms based in France consider France a key export hub to Europe and Africa and 93% export to those markets.

Delta Air Lines and Air France KLM: 10 years of partnership
Delta Air Lines and Air France have always been great partners regarding their respective customers. Their partnership consists of the “world’s largest transatlantic network — nearly 250 daily flights across the Atlantic and service to almost 500 destinations in Europe and North America (…) Source: Delta website

Tourism: millions of visitors cross the Atlantic each yearFrance is ranked 9th in terms of tourists visiting the U.S. According to the National Travel and Tourism Office, the U.S. welcomed 1.8 million tourists from France (+6%) in 2018 (...) Total spending for travel and tourism exports amounted to $6.3 billion dollars. Respectively, the U.S. ranks 8th in terms of tourists visiting France each year. According to Atout France, 4.5 million Americans visited the country in 2018. Source: National Trade and Travel Office and Atout France (


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