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Yf/- -


Summary of U.S. Export and

Import Merchandise Trade




SEPTEMBER 1980
For wire transmission 2.30 P.M. Thursday October 30, 1980


Sriusted and Unadjusted Data
data on imports of petroleum and petroleum products)


F.A.S. EXPORTS AND F.A.S. IMPORTS
Seasonally Adjusted
The Bureau of the Census, Department of Commerce, an-
nounced today that during September 1980, exports on a f.a.s
(free alongside ship) U.S. port of exportation value
basis, excluding Department of Defense (DOD) Military
Assistance Program Grant-Aid shipments, amounted to
$18,701.0 million and that general imports on an f.a.s.
foreign port of exportation value basis, amounted to
$19,465.0 million.1 2 3
Based on the above export and import figures, the September
merchandise trade balance was in deficit by $764.0
million.1 2 3

During the first 9 months of 1980 (January-September), ex-
ports were at an annual rate of $218,376 million, a level
about 20 percent higher than the calendar year 1979 total
of $181,637 million. Imports for the January-September 1980
period were at an annual rate of $240,603 million, an in-
crease of about 17 percent over the calendar year 1979
total of $206,327 million.
For the 4-month period, June-September 1980, exports aver-
aged $18,630.3 million per month, about 4 percent higher
than the $17,978.4 million average reported for the pre-
ceding 4-month period, February-May 1980. Imports on
an f.a.s. value basis, averaged $19,397.3 million per
month for the current 4-month period, a level about 5 per-
cent below the $20,481.4 million average reported
for the preceding 4-month period.1 2 3
Unadjusted
Exports excluding Military Assistance Program Grant-Aid
shipments decreased from $17,938.4 million in August to
$17,800.9 million in September. General imports increased
from $18,858.8 million in August to $19,078.7 million in
September.
Note : Footnotes 1, 2, and 3 are shown at the bottom
of page 3.


6 ", U.S. Department
i" of Commerce
BUREAU OF
\ =/ ^THE CENSUS


F.A.S. EXPORTS AND C.I.F. IMPORTS
Seasonally Adjusted
Exports on an f.a.s. (free alongside ship) U.S. port of ex-
portation value basis, excluding Department of Defense (DOD)
Military Assistance Program Grant-Aid shipments, amounted to
$18,701.0 million in September 1980 and general imports on a
c.i.f. (cost, insurance and freight) U.S. port of entry
value basis, amounted to $20,345.1 million. These September
1980 export and import figures were reported by the Bureau
on October 28, 1980.1 2 3
Based on the above export and import figures, the August
merchandise trade balance was in deficit by $1,644.1
million.1 2 3

During the first 9 months of 1980 (January-September), ex-
ports were at an annual rate of $218,376 million, a level
about 20 percent higher than the calendar year 1979 total of
$181,637 million. Imports for the January-September 1980
period were at an annual rate of $253,001 million, an in-
crease of about 16 percent over the calendar year 1979 total
of $218,927 million.
For the 4-month period, June-September 1980, exports averag-
ed $18,630.3 million per month, about 4 percent higher than
the $17,978.4 million average reported for the preceding
4-month period, February-May 1980. Imports on a c.i.f.
value basis, averaged $20,339.6 million per month for the
current 4-month period, a level about 6 percent below
the $21,573.1 million average reported for the preceding
4-month period.1 2 3

Unadjusted
Exports excluding Military Assistance Program Grant-Aid
shipments decreased from $17,938.4 million in August to
$17,800.9 million in September. General imports increased
from $19,771.2 million in August to $19,943.9 million in
September.
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EXPLANATION OF STATISTICS


Coverage

The U.S. foreign trade statistics include, in general, both
government and nongovernment shipments of merchandise
and reflect the physical movement of foreign trade shipments
into and out of the U.S. Customs territory (includes the 50
States, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico), with certain
exceptions. The statistics exclude data on shipments between
the United States, Puerto Rico, and U.S. possessions, between
U.S. possessions and foreign countries, shipments to U.S. Armed
Forces and diplomatic missions abroad for their own use and
American goods returned to the United States by its Armed
Forces, intransit shipments, etc. (See paragraph below regarding
sources of further information.)
Users of the statistics are advised that cumulations of data
over at least 4-month periods are desirable to identify under-
lying trends. Month-to-month changes in imports, exports, and
similar series often reflect primarily irregular movements,
differences in monthly carryover, etc.

Valuation of Imports

C.i.f. Import Value.-The c.i.f. (cost, insurance, and freight)
value represents the value of imports at the first port of entry
in the United States. It is based on the purchase price and in-
cludes all freight, insurance, and other charges (excluding U.S.
import duties) incurred in bringing the merchandise from the
country of exportation and generally placing it alongside the
carrier at the first port of entry in the United States. If the
merchandise was acquired in a transaction between related
parties, the purchase price used in deriving the c.i.f. value is
based on an arm's-length equivalent transaction price, i.e.,
a price which would exist between unrelated buyers and sellers.


F.a.s. Import Value.-The f.a.s. (free alongside ship) value
represents the transaction value of imports at the foreign p
of exportation. It is based on the purchase price, i.e., the actu
transaction value and generally includes all charges incurred i
placing the merchandise alongside the carrier at the port
exportation in the country of exportation.


Valuation of Exports

F.a.s. Export Value.-The value reported in the export statistic
generally is equivalent to an f.a.s. (free alongside ship) val
at the U.S. port of export, based on the transaction prim,
including inland freight, insurance and other charges incurred
in placing the merchandise alongside the carrier at the U.S|.
port of exportation.



SOURCES OF FURTHER INFORMATION


Additional foreign trade statistics and information regard
coverage, valuation, sampling, and qualifications which shou
be considered by users of the statistics are contained primary
in the following publications- Report FT990, Highlights of U
Export and Import Trade; FT 135, U.S. General Impo
Schedule A Commodity by Country; FT 410, U.S. Expo"
Schedule E Commodity by Country; and the Guide to Fore|I
Trade Statistics. Information regarding additional sources I
statistics, the methodology used in seasonally adjusting the da
and other matters relating to foreign trade statistics may
obtained from the Foreign Trade Division, Bureau of tdi
Census, Washington, D.C. 20233.



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Table 1. U.S. Exports, General Imports, and Merchandise Trade Balances, by Month: January 1979

to September 1980

(Values in millions of dollars, seasonally adjusted -xports are on an f.a.s. i sue bsihi only general I.ports are .r -r. in Lernm f c F ar Ba I a
values. See Explnation of Statistics lor information on coverage. d-ef inittors at export and iaport ulues, ara *-.urc'.s ,rt further ir, lorns'i.r, I

Exports' a General Ipoartr T re i a e.ance

F.a.s. value Percent change C., i. value Ie. ial,,iue ta. _porti F c "xpcrt
Period aeatonall Iron --.-r., --p,-rt, F a..; sxp,1rt.
u td easori all. P-recent crarige roba r n i I Percenr crinr,g c. I. I. ports a s i.parira
ion t adjusted Irom adjusted iron
iail. dollarsni ,il. dollars;i prevlaou rneoth lAl. d,1larn pr-.lous antrn. oi do- iirar' -itl dllir;l

1979

January-Sept errbe r.... ..... 131 .i 2 j A i j .32b & -s ,-- jdi 8

Januarj.. .......... ...... .,13,265.0 -0.1 I'. 97.O -10.0 .,L '.-i., *l 0 --.. 32., J,2,2..
February.................... 13.615.5 -2.b6 i.i '.O -11.) -.n .0 -11 -1 .91. -189 5
March...................... 1 ,29' *i 0 I' ,* l? A .2 ... .020 i --,.,.2
April.................. ... .. 13,9's.8 -... l' ,e4 .i 3. I ,1 l.- -! 1 I2.
May........................ I. ,083.t1 -0. I',451.3 .e tIe.3I, .,' -1 8 -i, 8a 2 -2. Ji 2
June...... .............. 14,817.3 *. 2 17,870 *2.. r1 .8 ;.i. -2 -., -j -2,01B 1
July.. ........ ... ....... 15,-'l 1 *3 9 l'.xf3 6 -0.1 Il ,60r 1 -0.2 -2,i 2 -1.11 0..
August.... ................ 13.,'l3 13 .1 19,.3 : 9 -*6. 1 .27'.2 .8.6 -3. ," -2. '. .9
Septernber.................. 13,822.1. *-.' 1].'0 ) .1 1 ,.-0 1' ." ,.6'.9 -2. '
October...... ............. 16,680.0 .. 20,1 68.8a -* .3 19.u3' 1 *-3 -:,s- a -2.3' '.
November..... .... 16,928.1 *1 3 19. 6c0.. -2 1. i .-o -2.0 -2.'312 -1 0.3
December............... .. 1 ,',-1.6 -1 1 20.6 '9.2 *- .8 i- .it U -E.O --. ," n -2.923.4

1980

January-S pteanr~r ........... 1 3.2.4 ~ .9 ,4. -ii.'9.d
January .................... 17, .' -*3. r "2 .. r 9
February................... I', )J.iJ -,1 2 9 '1.. 2 9 .....- 4
March ...................... 1. ,i,> P rI, -2 r. r
April...................... 18.. 6.- C.. i',. 9 r r. r -: .
May. . . i. 1 .- r. 7
June.......... ....... ....... 18,r. a 0 r r r- -1 3
July.................. ..l. 1 in .' a i n ... -
August..................... l .103 0' 20.i'-.. 1 .. 'j 1 j -l.' l '13 2
September.................. 1 ". 1 .'i -2.1 ,3. 't3 l a 1 41. ..' -1 1. 1 -; 4. ,
October...................
lovirmber...................
December........... .......

r-vid effeiti-ve Ith -p'.e-ar IA8 aAC -
'Exports represent -ripeenT.in .. c.i.e tic ar fori:cin r.rchr. i .:u ; ,jmLr.,J. '.I'U ,in. L'.. rpar .ri t L' .-icr.I. [l:'L1 'li lN t r, .:il rI, c. e PT rc. CrSr.r, -A d
sbhiprients on an I .a. treee ai..anr.g iie ,lip L5 art CF .r r. .. C i .. .r. l re prL-=EnI ;ripr.. E r I -Lranj.' l r I r. t ii I .[
insurance, and ireigrti 1.1 part at entr salue i ; as jn a n .in In at irr .l.rc : T- in [ :r _r. l arr i' rpcr Tnl r., valuee Io l
LThe totalm --ro-nin teni tioil, src a-r.ni .3 St r 333rn in.e.ll a ia .'a r. .d.r .r ar itle.1 cr iS nF5ri. .a,-d 'ole- Ard
for Ihnport-.
'Perreerace cnar.ge ir'.. r-..i perlia in prre l:u-.: i e r.








'Export and import statistical series are adjusted for seasonal and working day valiation but not for changes in price level. Reflecting a new methodology. introduced with
i statistics for January 1979, the adjusted monthly export and .mport totals for 1979 and 1980 presented in th.s report are derived by adding the seasonally adjusted components
i (i.e. SITC sections). The factors used to adjust the 1979 1980 component series represent the combination of seasonal adjustment factors developed from monthly data through
1979 and the appropriate working-day factors Prior to January 1979, monthly totals were adjusted independently of the components.
'Cumulations of data over at least 4-month periods are desirable to identify underijing trends. Month .to-nonth changes in exports. imports, and similar ser.ei often reflect
primarily irregular movements differences in monthly carryover. etc Recent month to montn percent changes in the overall seasonally adjusted export and import series are pre-
sented ;n the following table with average percent month .to-month rise and decline over longer periods shown foi comparison The averages exclude percentage changes for (1)
the period October December 1977 because of abnormalities in the data due to effects of dock strikes and 121 periods when negligiOle changes (zero percent in the level of
I exportshmports occurred.


Month-to-month Average monthly rates of change

Average Average 4 months 12 months
Series Aug.-Sept. July-Aug. June-July Ma June rise decline May 1980- Sept. 1979-
1980 1980 1980 1980 1977-1979 1977-1979 Sept. 1980 Sept. 1980


(Percent) (Percent) (Percent) (Percent) (Percent) (Percent) (Percent) (Percent)


F.a.s. export value.. -2.1 -5.7 -3.0 5.5 +4.0 -4.0 1.5 +1.5
F.a.a. import value.. +0.*9 +1.3 -4.5 -2.7 +5.4 -3.7 -1.: .0.6
C.i.f. import value.. .1 2 +1.2 8 -2.8 +5.6 -38 -1.4 *0..4

'See the "Explanation of Statistics" for def.ni.ions of the export and import values and trade balances







TABLE 2. U.S. EXPORTS AND GENERAL IMPORTS OF MERCHANDISE


Selected Export and Import Commodities, Selected Countries, and World Areas

Exports are on an f.a.s. (free alongside ship) U.S. port of exportation value basis.
Department of Defense (DOD) Military Assistance Program Grant-Aid shipments are includ-
ed in the commodity and country totals shown in this table, but excluded from SITC sec-
tion and over-all export totals shown in other tables of this report. General imports
are on a f.a.s. foreign port of exportation value basis. Export and import data are
seasonally adjusted unless otherwise noted.

(Millions of dollars)

Part A. Selected export and import commodity groupings with trade balances therefore:

Difference
Value
September August
September August July vs. vs.
1980 1980 1980 August July


Agricultural Commodities, unadjusted
Domestic and Foreign Exports
General Imports
Trade balance

Petroleum and selected
products, unadjusted
Domestic and Foreign Exports
General Imports
Trade balance

Manufactured goods
(Commodity sections 5, 6, 7, 8)
Domestic Exports
General Imports
Trade balance

Iron and steel mill products,
unadjusted
Domestic Exports
General Imports
Trade balance


3,269.2
1,219.3
+2,049.9



227.7
5,523.4
-5,295.7



12,276.8
10,484.9
+1,791.9



267.0
478.4
-211.4


3,302.7
1,310.9
+1,991.8



204.6
5,938.8
-5,734.2



12,477.1
10,191.9
+2,285.2



285.2
591.6
-306.4


3,053.7
1,439.8
+1,613.9



268.3
5,489.4
-5,221.1



12,015.3
10,186.9
+1,828.4



265.4
477.5
-212.1


-33.5
-91.6
+58.1



+23.1
-415.4
+438.5



-200.3
+293.0
-493.3



-18.2
-113.2
+95.0


+249.0
-128.9
+377.9



-63.7
+449.4
-513.1



+461.8
+5.0
+456.8



+19.8
+114.1
-94.3


Part B. Selected export commodities:

Wheat, unmilled
Rice
Corn
Fruit and nuts, fresh or dried
Fruit, preserved and preparation
Vegetables
Feeding stuff for animals
Tobacco, unmanufactured
Tobacco, manufactured
Soybeans
Wood, lumber
Textile fibers and wastes
Bituminous coal
Petroleum products
Organic chemicals
Medicinal and pharmaceutical
and parts
Textile yarn, fabrics and articles
Silver bullion
Tubes, transistors and
semiconductors
Telecommunications equipment
Passenger cars:
To Canada
To other countries
Aircraft, spacecraft and parts
Numismatic coins
Nonmonetary gold


656.0 668.8
114.5 82.1
738.8 724.9
117.6 105.8
46.6 38.6
81.0 54.9
242.2 183.6
75.7 67.3
108.3 86.5
565.7 761.6
72.3 89.6
229.0 257.3
413.4 461.2
158.8 171.6
402.5 460.5

164.3 182.6
307.8 324.7
8.5 51.2

286.4 356.0
292.5 324.7


199.2
69.2
1,145.6
23.4
186.5


214.6
57.8
866.9
18.0
230.7


568.1
115.5
634.7
106.4
47.4
59.6
224.8
87.3
66.1
565.8
87.3
273.2
384.8
196.6
475.8

160.8
296.0
42.0


-12.8
+32.4
+13.9
+11.8
+8.0
+26.1
+58.6
+8.4
+21.8
-195.9
-17.3
-28.3
-47.8
-12.8
-58.0

-18.3
-16.9
-42.7


+100.7
-33.4
+90.2
-0.6
-8.8
-4.7
-41.2
-20.0
+20.4
+195.8
+2.3
-15.9
+76.4
-25.0
-15.3

+21.8
+28.7
+9.2


339.8 -69.6 +16.2
307.8 -32.2 +16.9


227.5
49.0
994.7
27.4
106.5


-15.4
+11.4
+278.7
+5.4
-44.2


-12.9
+8.8
-127.8
-9.4
+124.2






TABLE 2. U.S. EXPORTS AND GENERAL IMPORTS OF MERCHANDISE-continued

Part C. Selected import commodities:
Difference
Value
September August
September August July vs vs.
1980 1980 1980 August July


Meat, fresh, chilled or frozen
Coffee
Wine
Crude rubber
Wood, lumber
Pulp and wastepaper
Energy products
Newsprint
Diamonds, unmounted
Silver bullion
Textile and leather machinery
Metal working machinery
Radios
Sound recorders and reproducers
and parts
Passenger cars:
From Canada
From other countries
Aircraft, spacecraft and parts
Furniture
Clothing
Watches and clocks
Toys, games and sporting goods
Numismatic coins
Nonmonetary gold


107.8
222.3
68.7
88.0
170.3
140.0
5,487.1
225.0
135.5
119.7
86.1
136.8
165.4


136.1
304.5
59.6
58.9
181.2
155.5
5,908.1
204.8
215.1
65.1
76.3
183.7
135.2


166.2
353.5
56.2
70.8
166.4
122.5
5,453.1
195.2
152.6
79.8
68.6
161.9
135.5


-28.3
-82.2
+9.1
+29.1
-10.9
-15.5
-421.0
+20.2
-79.6
+54.6
+9.8
-46.9
+30.2


-30.1
-48.0
+3.4
-11.9
-14.8
+33.0
+455.0
+9.6
+62.5
-14.7
+7.7
+21.8
-0.3


336.1 296.2 330.9 +39.9 -34.7

172.1 237.4 348.8 -65.3 -111.4
1,393.9 1,050.6 1,172.3 +343.3 -121.7
138.5 138.1 150.1 +0.4 -12.0
91.0 85.5 85.8 +5.5 -0.3
522.7 549.6 525.7 -26.9 +23.9
99.2 113.1 84.1 +2.5 +29.0
178.9 167.2 181.5 +11.7 -14.3
116.9 113.8 111.4 +3.1 +2.4
539.8 161.1 182.9 +378.7 -21.8


Part D. Selected world areas and countries with trade balances therefore:

Developed Countries
Domestic and Foreign Exports 10,820.9 11,354.6 10,752.7 -533.7
General Imports 10,117.3 10,017.2 10,264.0 +100.1
Trade balance +703.6 +1,337.4 +488.7 -633.8

Canada
Domestic and Foreign Exports 3,102.6 3,043.8 2,862.5 +58.8
General Imports 3,373.5 3,315.9 3,362.9 +57.6
Trade balance -270.9 -272.1 -500.4 +1.2

Western Europe
Domestic and Foreign Exports 5,377.2 5,785.9 5,589.1 -408.7
General Imports 4,067.2 3,835.9 3,736.7 +231.3
Trade balance +1,310.0 +1,950.0 +1,852.4 -640.0

United Kingdom
Domestic and Foreign Exports 1,044.3 1,013.4 863.8 +30.9
General Imports 996.8 734.3 788.0 +262.5
Trade balance +47.5 +279.1 +75.8 -231.6

Fed. Rep. Germany
Domestic and Foreign Exports 863.5 910.8 1,025.0 -47.3
General Imports 997.4 1,005.5 1,002.4 -8.1
Trade balance -133.9 -94.7 +22.6 -39.2

Japan
Domestic and Foreign Exports 1,682.2 1,751.5 1,718.2 -69.3
General Imports 2,658.0 2,548.9 2,564.6 +109.1
Trade balance -975.8 -797.4 -846.4 -178.4

Organization of Petroleum
Exporting Countries (OPEC), unadjusted
Domestic and Foreign Exports 1,536.9 1,725.8 1,308.5 -188.9
General Imports 3,786.9 4,113.9 3,913.5 -327.0
Trade balance -2,250.0 -2,388.1 -2,605.0 +138.1


+601.9
-246.8
+848.7


+181.3
-47.0
4228.3


+196.8
+99.2
+97.6


+149.6
-53.7
+203.3


-114.2
+3.1
-117.3


+33.3
-15.7
+49.0



+417.3
+200.4
+216.9










Table 3. U.S. Exports of Domestic and Foreign Merchandise by Month: January 1979
to September 1980
lin millions of dollars. Data arm on an r.a .. value banls. See ExplanaLion of Statistic for Informatkon on coverage. definition of I.a.s. export
value and =ourcae of further information. Unadjusted totals represent sum of unrounoed figures and may vary slightly frmi sum of rounded amounts.)

Schedule E Section., Domestic Merchandise. Excluding 0DOD0 Grant-Aid. and Foreign tReexports)l J Tois]
Period For- ISettons 00
Period eIg' -1. ad Grant
0 I 2 3 5 6 7 8 92 Foreign)' A5

Seasonally adjusted (f.a.a value

1979

January-'. rt'1.e 'Lr. 15,,55 3 I.'i 2 I-.807 -.1 .. 1373 3 12., 1 31 11 .Is 51.731. 9.15' 2 b,259 8 2,263.1 131,283 8 107.6
January............ ,.3h0 9 11.5 1,.550.. 1..9.6 1-5.8 1.292.5 1.198.2 3.386.2 9.7.1 584.0 208.8 13,265.0 3.2
february........... 1.16.3 180.2 1,515.0 396.2 173.2 1 .235.9 1.218.1 5.634.5 983.1 638.6 22).8 13,615.5 4.0
March............... 1,537.9 217.3 1.555 9 510.2 171.3 1.377.6 1.25. 1.. 5.705 3 999.3 684..5 286.6 14,297.3 2.3
April............. 1,572.1 2.2.3 1,5I O 2 .35.6 129.6 1.295.0 1.200.9 5,200.. 9.8 2 688.1 24.6. 13,978.8 10.3
May................ 1. 38.9 21.... L,97.9 125..7 10...- 1.302.6 1..62.8 5,579.3 1.009.1 76&.1 283.9 14,083.1 5.9
June ............... 1,860.5 I11. 1,601.. 16- .9 187.6 1.437.0 1.391.6 5,700.7 1.032.6 667.' 263.4 14.817.3 21.5
July............... .,1-3. j :11.3 1.711.9 5~3.0 157.6 1.436.1 1.318.o n,072.8 1.047.9 821.8 235.8 15.691.1 6.1
August ............. 1,978.7 186..6 1.d5t.9? 682.8 1.0.1 1.519.- 1.371.8 b,077.1 1.06 ... 776.3 261.0 15.713.3 36.4
September.......... 2.1..6.7 1-9.1 1.97-.1 S..b lo3.7 1.627.0 1.42,.6. 5.878.1 1.125.0 635.0 253.3 15.822.' 20.0
October............ 2. ,05.6 168.3 1,902.7 -85.0 1.6.6 1.703.8 1.520.0 t,087.5 1.132.5 1.0,.3.5 284.5 16,680.0 7.8
,No.ember........... 2.086.4 212.5 ',057.6 -61.9 It6.- 1.505.- 1,507.6 t.232.8 1,172.0 1.172.0 353.5 16.928.1 19.1
December........... 2.196.9 216.3 2.06 .6b 509.2 158.7 1.571.. 1.574.7 6,382.5 1.190.8 555.0 322.5 16,7.1.6 30.6

1980

January .- -pt I mb r.. 4 r 1*.'* *. I. 1I .1 I 94. 1 -..** .. Ill 1- l -.'8. k 132.5
January............ 2,172.1 159.2 2,078.4 635.9 139.6 1,713.0 1,753.1 6.001.7 1.705.5 659.7 329.'- 17,347.7 17.0
February........... -..081 .13 *' :.llr 5.73 1-. 5 l -.- ... ,7?u 1 o,.45 11 I .3 I -.55 2 283.2 17,233.0 12.2
Karch.............. :. 1'.3 3 I ,111.:. -51 n '28 I 1.739 5 1,'. .. 6,9 4 3 : 1.39-..8 833 7 369 18,531 .t4 L3.6
April............... "2.l 4.9 :s..3 .'1 : ') nO:.. :iGa I 1,7-8 r 2,Ub9 '? b,'. 1 ,281 5 1.115 8 331 7 18,468 12.3
May................ .. 1 .. 1 -" 2 l.'J1 I o- 201 I 1,'7'.1 ],'63 U b,82'.e 1 22.2 0 685.1 37 ? 12,677.7 5.6
June................ .',.4.- 5e. .2,' 5 13. 1 1.B3-.1? 1.930 ? 7..2-o a I.2B5 B 702.9 374 8 18,641.8 -
July............... 22.. :.. .06 Q 1, ne' Io.0 C 1.188 1,8 2.' '.11- 6 1,28' 3 '5b 8 310 4 18,075 0 36.0
August............. 2.J 13.1 1s.3J 2 :.' 1.'..: 161 7 1,'. I 2,013 3 ,.3 53 9 ,35B 8 0.0.1 315 A. 19,103 4 7.7
September.......... l r. I .,. i r ] ,' .' \ 1I r18.'01 0 28.1
October.......... .
November...........
December.... .... .

Unadjusted i .8. value)
---------------------- I



January-=December... 2*. 35.'. 2,336.7 20,/55.3) .bl5.9 1 .&5.0 17,306 16,235.2 710..03.8 I .639.6 9.030.3 3,223.6 181.636.7 1264.
January-apt"Btr.. .39.'*. 1,5B'.'. l-.i33. i 3.8 .2 j.373 3 12.,'i 8 lls25.1 1,: 31.9 9,151.5 6,2.59.8 2,21 1 130,105.9 107.6

February........... 1,31-.3 171.2 1,511. 92'.0 173.2 1.155.o 1.135.3 5,394.3 916.8 638.6 223.8 12.928.5 6.0
March.............. 1,581.0 .U 1,837.5 -.35.7 171.3 1.522.3 1.384.31 1. 32t .1 1.133.2 684..5 286.6 15.58,.4 2.3
April .............. 1.528.1 0-_.3 1. b8.0 467.0 129.6 1,289.8 1,228.5 5.8-3.9 965.3 688.1 266.4 14.257.0 10.3
May ................ 1,58..8 183.1 1,.2o.7 .71.2 10-..' 1.320.8 1,355.0 6.0'7.2 1.071.7 76/..1 283.9 1l.,812.9 5.9
June............... 1,905.2 175.8 I.O05.2 .99.8 187.6 1.513,; 1,.68.1 5.984..1 1,07..8 667.-. 263.4 15,364.5 21.5
Jul ............... _,053.3 176.4 1 ,- -.1 6 5 .- 1 7.b 1,- 313.2 1, 230.3 5,651.0 997.6 821.8 235.8 14..725.7 6.1
August............. 2,055.9 178.1 1,,39.- 49b.3 1-0.1 1,5-6.6 1.341.6 5,600.7 1,038.9 776.3 261.0 14.975.1 34.4
September.......... 2,056.4. 1-1.6 1, 5.6 .38.0 163.7 1,589.o 1,360.7 5,6=5.4 1,080.0 635.0 .53.3 14,919.6 20.0
October............ 2,38&..3 184-.0 1,9-0.6 567.. 14b.0 l.s052 1,565.6 6,3.8.6 1.157.. 1,043.5 284.5 17.275.5 7.a
November........... 2.19.l.q :81. 2,323.0 51.5 166.6. 1-.39.2 1,507.6 6,168.21 1,173.2 1,172.0 353.5 17,301.2 19.1
December........... 2,273.8 283.6 2.160.6 542.8 158.7 1,607.5 1,536.9 6,355.2 1,157.5 555.0 322.5 16,954.2 30.4

1980

January--.ptt ,b, r.. '.. I in .. i ",' I i I ;* -5.*t -... '' ..111.- ..t. -1 l .-64 5 112.5
January ............ ,017.9 152.'. 2.109.7 481.- 139.b 1.s0 7.1 1,6.7.9 5,612.9 1,575.9 659.7 329.4 16,343.9 17.0
February ........... 1,O-h 2C ...1 2,r1,'4. .3). 1-2 5 1..3'.8 I,'3'..' ,5-.0.' I ,.08 .55 2 283.2 16,958.6 L2.2
March............... : .1.3 33). 2.3'5 rha I : I J,b68' 3 ,8 2.6 ,1.,.. 5 1.542 7 833.' 369 4 19,671.4 13.6
April .............. 2,l1.. 22. 2.255 313.5 :10 I 13,;0 2',10.8 7.015 i.130. 1,115.8 3il.' 19.134.6 12.3
May................ 14. 5. L 21i1- 5 .'.Le I '3, :01 1 1.651 i 1.88. 7,3.9 1 ,3.0 I bB8 I 37L. 18.764.. 5.6
June............... 2.,'1 .' I"h i .012 ',Il I 13)- 3 I I3,0' 0 7,3U2 I 1.28q.9 702.9 27..B 18.6716.8 -
July............... ...03 1 '' .I.U I i.'2I.3 1.'2.- i r,B.. S.' I ,2-" 6 I 5o.B 310.. 17.177.7 36.0
August............. 2,3-0 0 1' 8 l.r r2 9 161 T l,', I, 1 ],-b 6,730 9 1,295 6.0 1 315 4 17.938.4. 7.7
September.......... .1 .. .. 1 ,. 1 -', i .. ,j i6; I W'] 1'.B O.9 28.1
October............
November r...........
December ...........

'Schedule E Ectlor, description, are as follo-s 0. Food and live andmals., 1. Beverages and tobacco; 2. Crude materials, Inedible, except fuels;:
3. Mineral fuels, lubrlcantz. and related material. '-. 011 and fats--anismal and vegetable. 5. Chemicals and related products, N.S.P.F., 6. Manufac-
tured goods classified chiefly 1b material, 7. Machinery and transport equipment. 8. M8 cellaneous manufactured articles. N.S.P.F.: and 9. Commoditaes
and transactions not classtilen elerhere.
'Adjusted for seasonal and socrkIng-day variation losing seasonal adjustment factors introaucea in January 1980. Adjustment factors have not been applied
to data for Schedule E sections 4. ant 9 and Forign IReerportal aue to the absence of Identifiable seasonal patterns. The monthly seasonally adjusted
export totals presented In table I r-pre-ent the utan of the component totals as shown In this table. Annual totals are not sho.n for seasonally adjusted
data. LIadjustvd data should be u-enl for annu&J total;.
1Commtoditles entering the United State, a; imports and hich at the time of eAportation are in substantially the same condition as when imported.
*Schedule f sections 0-9 and Foretirn 'Reexport=l combined. DOD Military Assistance Program Grant-Aid shipments are excluded from this total.
iRepresents c.nly export shipments front the Unitr. States and differ from DOD Military Assistance Program Grant-Aid shipment figures under this progfA
as follows (ial Transfers of the material procur..d out-lde the ULnilte States and transfers from DOD overseas stocks are excluded from export shipments:
(b) Export value I3 I.a.s.. sherca; DOD value. In re.t in'tanices,. as f.o.b., point of origin; and 4ci Data for shipments reported by the DOD for a giveo
mOnth are include in Bureau of the Cnn:us report: in. tlhe second month .ubseQuent to thE nonth reported by DOD.








7

Table 4. U.S. General Imports of Merchandise by Month: January 1979 to September 1980

(In millionF of dollar! Data are .*.r a c I.f .alue ba13l S-E E'planation of Stts. I LeCs for lirtoriartor, 9r. ,' verda e d .i-tian,, on C I I port .ruu .
and sources of further lnforr.aTor. LUn-lusred totals represent sumn of unroundae fitur,- ann -T., v-r% 1ihl. i, it.'m .. c rouded A :urIt I

SPchEdrle I sec r.r.si T
SPeriod al


leasonall aIto.u.j i C I f v lue'

1979

January-Septel iber .. 11,8'4 4 .0 i.0.l r- ..4'' a 26 3 '.'-- 4 t..p.. .r'l 0 It. ,,0' q m.m l 1. .32. 1 ;1
Jainu ry.... ... 379.2 232 -. "i 8 ..)3O 0 9..r. 88 > 2.>72 0 5. 1' 3 1.9|l ]I. 1 '.95 0
February... ........ .. .. 1.' 4 I'3 2 67 2 3.710 3 3 4 2. i".- I .23 2 I '2 c 28' 1 r0
March............ ... I 33l 6i 218 Q .0 3 3 2 2 I -. :.. t lr.A 1 3 cIt 3)' b
April....... ..... .. 1.423 2 .. 3 r 4. ." .9,. 2. 331 r "A 1.- I 2 l .8'". .9
ay............ .. ..... 1. 339 232 0 l ,034 3 31 .- 9 '24C 2. 72.. 0 .'. I 1 9 1 l' '. ...: I' 4-1.3
June. . ..4 i 21 : rao 1 80 o I r8I A 2 8 1 ,94 ') L 8L 1 i 7 I' a70 7
July... ................. ... I 260.: 23' 6 9"' 2 ..-13 S 3t 26f r; 2 i5 533 8 I 8,2 1n .6i3.B
August. ........ 1 2. 7 2-3. 4 985.2 '9' 7 70... 't 2 1 B. C 4.. t 2 0,'2 0 34. 19. 380.Q
September.. 1.2i0.2 2 lI 9 t5 0 ... 7 E 0 0 C9 2 8 l. 2.b 19. 03 3
October............ .. 2'2 24') 3 '03 r.9.I 2 7-n ] 7r 1 4 I 3 .0 j2.2. 8 8
November. . . ,7 2, 3 62 7 7 3 3 2 9'2 1 9 8. I .37 19 rO -
December. ... ...... ... .. I .0 2.5 1 wi 7 212. 1 103 2 .' r .' 8 2 1 3.. .1 2'.' 9 2

1980

January-September...... ........ .
January. ... .. .. l.jb 20 0 1 n '0 2 h 9.. 9 9 1' ;9;. I r .51 2 IA A 1 ` C')
February.......... ....... .. ,2 2' I. ? 1 ) .2 I -- 1 .., I 2. ". 7 19I
March ....... .... ..... .. r .0 1 r -' 0 Q : '. 2 t.
April .......... ......... I ..-3'' 2. .. I i ''' ."r 2 Ii 0.. 3 9
Mayo .. ... .. 3. 2, I I .. 33 u 1 3 iI V .I3u I

June .. .. ...... ..... .. ... ..70. 2 a. 1 r l21j l | .'1' 31 l I W2 ,92" .
July . .. l 3 0 :'? n ft .. r. I 1 .' .* r 1' f 2 r
August ...... ............ ,96 1 1 1 I I L i..
September .. ...... .
October. ..
November. ....
December ... ............



1979

January-December .. ....... in 29 3 2.821.4 L1..-8 0 3 '1 '1 .. 3 1 ..]' 9 22. 33 1 C81.2' 218 ?2' 0
January-September.... ..... 11,81 0 2', '. i,? I. ,2,.; ,.) 3 ,i j-..I. 41 2. .7 I 4.. n 3, 3 .' .i -1.0
January... ........ ..... .2 22.. 0 a .. '' 'I r... "13 2 2 :.1' ., i '31 .- 16 6'.. 6
February. 1. i'8. 16 4 789 3. "u 3 )i 03 1 l .c3 I il3 3 1I1 -4 l...t,?2 6
March.. ...... ... ...... .. 33, c 2..'. l A P'. 8 1.4''.- .' *. '..'
April....... ....... ... ........ .u23 6 .2; 9:8. .. 5 4.6 .' 7 e 3 2 -.-'3 3 5 I 2 6-' 1 k :. J .- 8
by..... ..... .......... 1. 39 2j7 8 I.;'' 4,4.31 -2 '34.7 3 ..'7 I 681 .. .. .7. 29.2
June........ ..... ...... .645 23...3 L 033 a o 1l 'O: .6- .8 ..l.Bt 0 482 3 417 i6. 0
July.... ...... .... ...... 1.260 5 227.1 89 5 913 8 31. 9 bI .. h_ 38 3 2 08I I 3so iL8. 182
August......... ... .... I 26 7 2I20.' l .15'68 P ) 7Q7 '0 b6 .4 2.811 .521 2 2 1'2.2 34 19 016 0
September.............. ..... 1..240 2 246.0 1. 007 a. 6 ..4 .' 6 0 1. -.7.4 .4I a 38 I 980. ..- l1. 155. 1
October................ ....... ... I '72.. 240. 1 08. 6 4 51.2 'h 3 '4- r 6 2 .,790 2 1 1. : 20. 3 7 .
oNvember............. ....... 557 2.'2 940 1 717 73 3 1a A ;.9U0 1 1172.0 I 9.0.' l37 3 9. 775.
December................. ... 1.5 70.. 29._; 92 1 '.212 1 r3 73* 2 9:. -.8I P I 7l., I :3 I 20,9..9.8

1980

January-September............. .. ...nr r r p u M i ,
January.................. 1...Il. 147 2 970 7 t 89.. 3 '.2.7 '3-. I 3,080.4 5.233.2 1.983.3 '2 n -1.2-6.5
february.. ... ....... 1.289.2 21:.1 ;n.i. r .n Il .3 31. *- .J : .9 1 i I I I F .-:2 lu .'n
March......................... 1..j 4 7 231 3 I,1il I '-. i. 3.''. 1 3- I,"' -'3 0 r 2.1.
April .......................... 1,3' .- 2.. n2' r-r A ]:? ;' 2 ''- 1 'e I -"e 2 7o 2 rV:. r
May............................. 1, 346. 2q' I ; 3 1. 33 e r1 o, Ia.. r n r -
June......................... I ,-" 8 .3 A' M 2l 2 .22 t 3 :.83 .I 2.1 r. 3 i2 .3
July.......................... ,"33.) 2a 2 22 9 r, .0 1. u u .0 1.- 13 2 I. 302 0 Vc u _.' 0
August......... ............ ... ,29r 0 1,2%. '2 ...' -- I.3.'8 -. .rAr..4 .9 9 1.'. 1 '," 2
September.. ... ........ .... .. t ,.t
October..
Nowember....... ..............
December ....... .. ....... ...

rRevised fterctie .ith .eptr-Ler i4lyJ Elat',1L. -

'Schedule A section descripctona Ir.: s 3r: ll-. F.O' arn 1l-e n-a.stmI I iL.rr c:- an. tea.:co 2 f(rune aItr'lH. int IDle, .5vc-pt frel,
3. Mineral fuels, lubrlcant., and relatEl material It I' fan rs--ats l1i1 ar.d v:, rani: in.n'-ic.al and related products, PN 5 P F Manu-
factured goods classified chilly by maternall. Mr.chin-rs an.1 transport 'qutesn* 8. M11,c-I n4o.-ji r.a,.tarru.red arnlcleg. N f P F. and 9 Crsos t ties
and transacions not classI Ieo elsernere
'Adjusted tor sesonlot and .orkbVE-dsN artanon uinrc i.a..-..al IdluinTr I' l n csr- ir.ar'd urji In Januarn 19610 .Alju.tr.rt fat'.tors hate 'tot been &appliel
to data for Schedule A sections 0. 3, ... and due tI In t' Dr-..ct ., in-r.Iltlac.i atonal patterr.. I.I .rcntnl, ieaonally auiustod import totals
(c.It.f.) presented in table I represent top Fa- of tIhe c.lpon-nit t:cals as sno.r. in. rni tuble. onr.isa l T,;als are not shl.n for reaconall aujustea date.
Unadjusted data should be uaea ior ar5.mn-j ttIls










Table 5. U.S. General Imports of Merchandise by Month: January 1979 to September 1980

iTn millions of dollars Data are on an f a.s. value basls. See LxplanaTlon of Statistics for information on coverage. definition of f.a.s. Import
value. and sources of further Informatton. Unadjusted totals represent sum of unrounded itFures and may vary slightly irom sum of rounded aaounts.)

Schedule A sectlionatl
Period Totl
t0 1 2 3' 0 5 6 7 a 9,

Seasonally adjusted (f.a.e. value

19 "l

January-September ........ 11.0. I 1.808 6 8,05...5 41.255 3 500 '. 5,'.4 7 '1.989.1 39.905.8 15.617.1 3,335.5 169,09 .6
January .... .. ...... .. 1 278 212.4 894.1 6.228 0 89 5 556.1 2 407 5 4.758.6 1,791.7 309.4 16.527.6
February.. ...... ... 102.5 1, 9 7 838.6 3.524.9 50.6 465.6 2.3145.9 4.210.5 1.622.8 283.9 14,603.0
March ... 1 2.b. 200.1 857.o 3.947.9 .5.7 586.0 2.397 6 '.132.5 1.586.7 350.8 15.357.5
April .. .... .. ...... 1 325.1 205 1 890 b ...240.6 44.2 566.b 2.183 3 4,439.3 1,659.0 287.0 IS.S41.4
May ....... ........... 1 2*,5.1 211.8 966.4 4. 65.9 40.6 688.7 2.553 0 &.416.6 1,701.9 648.3 16.,6 .3
June. .. ... ...... 1 357.3 199 3 897 2 4.528 2 61.6 643.6 2.865 8 4,.75.3 1.780.7 406.4 16.835.4
July 172 9 213.6 888 9 5.075.0 35.0 593.5 2.369.8 4.324.3 1.772.9 360.2 16,806.1
August ....... .......... 1177 1 228.1 917 9 5,..60.4 66.3 683.6 2.708.9 4.715.1 1.886.1 433.7 1,.277.2
September.. 3.2 238.5 903.2 6 084.4 56.8 661.0 2,537.1 4.493.6 1.813.3 455.8 1B.407.1
October.. ..... .. I 185.5 218.0 847.4 6 558.7 72.4 639.3 2,645.8 4.555.7 1.822.4 491.9 19,0317.
November..... ...... ...... ......9.5 239.6 898.8 5 410. 7 69.4 693.2 2. 779. 4. 706. 7 1.770.0 531.0 11.54.4
December. ... ..... .. 1.470 9 241 1 Bl I 6.83t.2 97.6 7117.9 2.660.0 4,500.9 1.753.0 546.3 19,645.0

1980

January-S..ptcPtr ..... 1. .,.'" ', '... A.C. 'An. i ..3 .. ...0 "..,9. 'I '.'.. .'2.8 180.6.2.2
January........ .. .......... .66.1 185 7 972.9 6,558.6 58 2 129.7 3.119.0 r5,243 1. 2,084.0 520.0 r20,937.6
February...................... 1,203.. 203 0 1,011.2 ,'.0l.9 32.7 767.5 3.10.. 1 5.066 1 1.891.5 616.8 21,640.4
March.......... ........... 1,351.0 192 8 986.' 7.391.7 42.3 701.3 1.87a 2 r64.?, 7 2 1,830.5 466.8 r20.588.5
April ...... ....... .. 1,278.9 22- 3 889 3 b.)-5 9 46.8 bb9.0 2,532.0 r4..685 2 2,031.3 552.5 r'19.27.2
May.. ... .. ....... 1,26' .i 237.h 8 "8. b,. 1 ..5 30 7 .57..6 2,7'.3.1 rq,97..b 2,063 I 594.9 r'20,439.6
June..... ........ ..... ,3'2.8 !11 85'..' b.93' b '.1.2 736.6 2,.81.0 4,1798 0 1,935.7 524.0 19.893.1
July... .. .. ......... 1.,35.5 26. 5 832.0 5.792.3 30 8 731.3 2,333.0 5.156.4 1,966.2 553.4 18,995.4
August.. .. .. ..... 1,207 2 26bu 6,.235.9 30 8 652.1 2.565.B 4,995.3 1,978.9 533.2 19.235.6
September .. .. .. ..... .. 1. .%,. l la' : *.n! fa a .,.' il l ..C3. 0.9 911.1 19,665.0
October.. ... ... .. .......
November...... ......
December ... .. .... .

Unbajiusted tf.a.e. value

1979

January-December .. 14,170.1 2.b 6 ,.p 10 ti50.5 60,0o0.9 739.8 7.485.0 30,065.1 53.678.4 21.006.0 4.904.7 206,326.5
Janu.ry-3cptenb=r. 11.00 l.-..l 5 6,066.3 .1.255 3 .00 Al ,469 '. 21,910 5 39,685.2 15,'.99 ,. 3,335.5 168,628.0
January .......... ....... 1 278.3 204.8 812.7 228.0 89.5 532.2 2.255.8 4.515.9 1.619.7 309.4 15,46.1
February...... .. ...... 1. 102.5 156 2 738.0 3.52...9 50.6 440.5 2.120.7 3,932.6 1.,426.4 283.9 13.776.3
March ....... .. ..... 1,2,.2.6 221.9 859.3 3.947.9 55.7 655.1 2.424.0 4.438.3 1.569.2 350.8 15. 764.1
April.... ...... ... ........ 1.325 7 205 3 870.1 4.2.0 6 ...4.2 648.7 2.251.0 4,750.0 L.5'.9.5 287.0 16,172.0
%Bay... ........ .......... .. 1.244.1 217.1 1.006.0 4. 165.9 40.6 698.3 2.596.4 4.509.3 ,.584.5 448.3 16.511.5
June.. .. ...... 1.35i7 3 210 9 460 9 .528.2 61.6 663.6 2,669.8 4, 712.5 1,864.4 406.6 17,435.6
July. .. .. ........ 1. 172 9 204.2 919.1 075 0 35.0 570.9 2.481.2 4.328.6 1,967.9 360.2 17,115.0
August ... .. 1 177. 1 19B 7 958 3 5,460 4 66.3 648.1 2.627.o 6.314.3 2.046.4 433.7 17.931.0
September ...... .. 1.163.2 222 5 942 0 6 084.4 50 8 612.1 2,484.0 4.183.5 1.871.3 455.8 11,075.5
October ..... .... 1.185 5 217 8 852.3 6.558.7 72.4 609.9 2.693.4 4.569.6 L.991.9 691.9 19,243.3
November .. .... .. ...... ..9 5 247 8 878.1 5.410 7 69 4 708.5 2.721.3 4.815.0 1.826.6 531.0 18,658.1
December ........ ....... ..470 9 258 5 853.1 6,83I.2 97 6 697.1 2.739.9 4.608.9 1,688.1 546.3 19,797.2

1980

January- epte .m r.O .... ..,, 1 ., I ".- .6 ,.. c ..- .0.- .I ..... ... i I'.,t' 3 .212 8 179.721.8
January .... ........ 1.. 66.1 178.6 882.4 6,538.o 48.2 696.1 2.916.3 r'.,976 0 1.879.8 520.0 r20.132.2
February .... .. ...... .203) I 5 42.1 ','.].9 32 7 26.8 2,815.b .,"'.1.9 1,668.1 616.8 20,538.6
Narch..... .. .. ... .. 1,151.0 212.9 988.' ',3'l 7 '.2.3 'n8 .2 2,909.9 r5 084.3 1,806.7 466.8 r21,040.5
April ......... ..... ......... .. .21 9[ 22'." 8 ?7.1 6.3'., 9 ..8 'a S.3 2.618.1 r5 027.2 1.89".2 552.5 Ir]9,,s25.
May........ .. ...... ... 1.2'43.8 21... 0 13 0 6.84- 5 i0 't,8... 2,'95.8 r ,5 U' .1 1.920 7 594.9 'r20,502.9
June. ... ..... ... ....... .1,32.8 223.3 913.7 6,37'.o '.1 2 762.4 2,62.1 5,052.3 2.030.6 524.0 20,520.0
July..... ...... .. ....... ,1,3 .5 253.1 )" 5 ,'92 3 30 8 705.0 2,.7. .3 5,166.7 2.182.5 553.4 19,324.3
August. .. ..... 120' 2 22'.1 812.-' 6,235 9 30 8 616.9 2,..86 1 -.565.' 2.1.3.2 2,533.2 18,518.8
September .. I I ,.- i .. ..-1..') 4.., ? .." 911.1 19.070.7
October. ........
November....... ..... .
December.. ... I

Ream.ed eifective al6n Scpt.?ner I 0' -E'&LzE1e
'Schedule 4 sectlrr. nescrpric rns are as follo-.s trai and laie animals I Bese.raans and t.bacco. 2. Crude materials, inedible, except fuels:
3 Mincral fa .lI, jubricant', ann relae.1 o.at.riul. .. rjal. un fatlt aro, l and te,.table. a. heeicuals an related products N.S.P.F.. 6. Manu-
factured go-as classirtfid cr'3.tfl c 0 material %lachir.r. and transport equip~ni 8. Miscellaneous manufactured articles, N S P.F.: and 9 Cam-
n.,,little ari, traniacticr,s ran clastefied eisea.n.rc.
'Adlusted ftr .Larconal and sor ln1-day rrliatian usLn, aeac.srnal adjustment factors introduced in January 1981). Adjustment factors have not been
appl-Id to data far Schedule 4 seati on 0, 1, a, and 9 ue c, toe abs en c. v tace'nilsable seasonal patterns. The monthly seasonally adjusted import
tot als (f.a.s.I presented in table I r.Pre.ent tnte u. oft tan component totals as snr..n inr. this table Annual totals are not shown for seasonally
adjusted data Unadjusted data tculd be u;ed f-r ar.nual t.)lal









GENERAL IMPORTS OF PETROLEUM AND SELECTED PETROLEUM PRODUCTS INTO THE U.& CUSTOMS AREA
AND U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS, UNADJUSTED

Montinih and cumulat,.e rodait data on general imports of petroleum and selected petroleum products into the U.S. Customs area and
into the U S %\.rgin Iilands for the period January 1979 through the current month are presented in the tables that follow. Tables 6 and 7
present imports into irh U S Cul oms area and tables 8 and 9 present imports into the U.S. Virgin Islands. (It should be noted that imports
into Mte Vrqgin Island, are excluded from the regularly compiled foreign trade statistics and, therefore, are excluded from the data presented
.n tables 6 and 7 as *elI a1 the oiher tables shown in the front of this report.)

The commodis clasricatlor,,s Scnedule A and TSUSA) covering petroleum products, that are effective with January 1980 statistics are
reflecr.ed in the i litnq oi clascal.taon below ina in the tables which follow.

Schedule A and TSUSA Commodity Numbers Used in Compiling the Petroleum
Information Presented in This Report


Energy products

Schedule A No.


Crude petroleum and deriv-
stives to be refined
333.0020
333.0040
334.5440


Crude petroleum
333.0020
333.0040

Gasoline
334.1500

Jet fuel
334.1205

Kerosene
334.2000

Distillate fuel oil
334.3021

334.3045


Residual fuel oil
334.4050
334.4060

Propane and butane gas
341.0025


Naphthas
334.5420

Liquid derivatives of
petroleum, n.e.s.
334.5430 pt.


Nonenergy products


TSUSA No.


475.0510
475. 1010
67i.6510


475.0510
475.1010


475.2520, 475.2560


475.2530
475.2550


475.3000


475.0525
475.0545
475.1015
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-75.1035


Schedule A No.

Lubricating oils
334.5410 pt.


Lubricating greases
334.5410 pt.



Paraffin and other mineral
waxes
335.1225 pt.
335.1245


Asphalt
335.4500


All other petroleum products
(pitch of tar coke, non-
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tures, and calcined petro-
leum and coal coke not for
fuel)
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334.5430 pt.


598.5020 pt.


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494.2200
494.2400



521.1100


401.6200
475.7000
517.5120
517.5140


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