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United States foreign trade. FT900, Summary of United States export and import merchandise trade
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U.S. foreign trade, FT900, Summ. U.S. export import merch. trade
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Summary of U.S. export and import merchandise trade
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U.S. merchandise trade. Seasonally adjusted imports and exports

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UNITED STATES FOREIGN TRADE


SSummary of U.S. Export and



REAUFECONOMIC mport Merchandise Trade

ANU
BUSINESS RESEARCH
LIBRARy JULY 1985

FT900-85-07 For wire transmission 10.00 a.m. E D T Tuesday September 3, 1985


Seasonally Adjusted and Unadjusted Data

(Including unadjusted data on imports of petroleum and petroleum products)


F.A.S. EXPORTS AND CUSTOMS IMPiPTtS
Seasonally Adjusted'

The Bureau of the Census, Department of Commerce, announced today
that during July 1985, exports on a f.a.s. (free alongside sripl
U.S. port of euporLation value basis, excluding Department of
Defense (DOD) Military Assistance Program Grant-Aid shipments,
amounted to $17,411,5 million and that general imporri on a
Customs value basis, amounted to S26,630.2 million.
Based on the above export and import figures, the July
merchandise trade balance was in deficit by S9,?18.7 million.
During the first 7 months of 198s5 Januarv-Ju,jl). e ports were
at an annual rate of $215,560 million or about one percent less
than the calendar year 1984 total of $217,865 million. Imports
during January-July were at an annual rate of $338,438 million
or about 4 percent above the 1325,726 million calendar year
1984 total.
For the 4-month period, April-Jul/ 1985, exports averaged
$17,510.6 million per month, or about 6 percent below the
$18,710.9 million average reported for the preceding 4-month
period, December 1984-Mar.:h 1985. Custom value imports
averaged $28,258.8 million per montr for the current 4-month
period, a level about 2 percent higher than the S7,58..1 million
average reported for the preceding 4-month period.


Unadjusted
Exports excluding Military Assistance Program Grant.Aid shipments
decreased to 316,725.2 -illion in July from S18,01ii.1 million
in June. General imports decreased to !27,D00.3 million in
July from $30,135.5 million in June.


FP.i i POPT'. Anl C.Il.F. IMPilP ,

,easndnal iy Adj.,-tet d '

E ec luring Di-partment of refen. IC i-n1111l Mili T r, A si tan.,e 9r, ,im
Grant-Aid shipments amounte] to. S1,411.i million in J.uly 9A5
and general imports or a :.I.f. cost, insurah,:e ard freintil
value oasis, i.Tmounte. to i ?!',il.2 milli,-.,. iThese fiurms Aere
repurr.I by thie Bureau '.r. Auvpust 3i, I9,.
Based orn thre anO.e Apnrt an.l import f iures. tne ijly
merchandise trade balance was In ,de icitCIE r., S1i',58.7 mi llion.
Touring the first 7 m .rtr.h ,f 1r., I january. .iui 3 e, ...rt were
at in annual rite of l i5214,SA0 million or iout .:.r.e percent less
[nan the calendar year 1984 total orf 21',f5 million,. Imports
during Januari-Jul, were at an annual rate of $i5.17,? mi I lion
or abOur 4 percent abot e the $3 l.l'i/ illo,,n c lr,,oar ,ear
1984 total.
For the 4.month period, April-j.jly 19A5, report. averaged
!l,5r1r.f6 million per month, or about 6 percent belo w re
S18, .,I .Q T ll in a erve reported for r te prece-jing 4-..on[n
period, nece.T.ier 1984-Mar.sh 19J5. Tin c.i.f. walue impherts
averaged $2,6?0.6 million per mo.th .) r the current J-.monti
period, a level about 2 percent higher than t e $PR,i13.4 n li ion
average reported for [ne.preceding 4..r, nth period.


.. pu te-
EiporTi ecci,.,ng M IRA: I ncize Pro.tra.r Qrir,.ti .aii pr..r.i
d creama ed to 160 A 7? ..i1 in in Jul,. ro, i 18 ll .i I i .,)r,
in June. Gener;1 i.t.porrs decreased to !2?,311.8 m i 1,,r, in
luiy from $31,t%.d million in June.

*m.g


NOTE Footnotes 1, 2, and 3 are shown at the boom ol page 3


of Commerce


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THE CENSUS


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($2.85 for foreign mailing).


Mor.nthly, Carryover


Both the import and port ronthl, trade totals
value carryover from prior or.ntn's transaction ntf
import entries and export declarations transmitted by 2, ff
Custom; Seroice reach the Census Bureau too litp for inclj ionr
into trie current statistical month.
We are beginning with this monrnh' release [o ienrtify the eateni
of this carryover of prior months' transact ions into the current
month s data. In July, tis c.irr)ouer am.ourted to $i1.0 billion
or 38.8 percent of the July monthly unadjusted total for c.I.f,
imports and $1.9 billion or 11.4 percent for f.a.s. ixp)prts. Tne
effect of tnis carryover during a 12-month period is minimal.
For example, calendar year 1984 totals (f.a.s. exports, c.i.f.
imports and trade balance) wouldd have been affected of sli-nly
more than one-percent.







U.S. Exports, General Imports, and Merchandise Trade Deficits
Seasonally Adjusted Data by Month: 1984 1985


Billions of Dollars


Billions of Dollars
40,


U.S. Exports and General Imports


f ew- ni-i -A
^ .,.......... .


201-


10i-


- Exports f.a.s. value basis
- Imports c.i.f. value basis
........ Imports customs value basis

I I I I I 1 I I I I I


J F M A M J J A S O N D J F M

1984
Merchandise Trade Deficits


I I I I


A M J J

1985


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25



20



15



10



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A S 0 N D


rI- -Using customs value imports
Using c.i.f. value imports


J F M A M J J A S O N D J F M A M J J A S O N D
1984 1985


NOTE: Exports represent shipments of domestic and foreign merchandise combined, excluding Department of
Defense DODI Military Assistance Program Grant aid shipments on a f a s (free alongside ship U S
port of exportation value basis General imports are a combination of entries for immediate
consumption; entries into Customs bonded warehouses and entries into U.S. Foreign Trade Zones on
a c.i.f Icost, insurance, and freight) U.S. port of entry value basis and Customs value basis. The
merchandise trade deficits are the results of total imports exceeding total exports.


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Table 1. U.S. Exports, General Imports and Merchandise Trade Balances, by Month: January 1984 to

July 1985

(Exports are doestic and foreign merchandise combined, excluding Department of Defense IDOD) Military Assistance Program Grant-Ala shiaments, f a.s.
(free alongside ship) U.S. part of exportation value basis. General imports are a combination of entries for I-miediate consumption: entries into
Customs bonded warehouses and entries Into U.S. Foreign, rade Zones on a C.I.f. (cost, Insurance, freight) U.S. part of intry value basis and
Customs value basis. Monthly totals are adjusted for seasonal and L-orking--day variation but not lor changes in price level. MonEhli trade Dal-
ances are based on the seasonally adjusted total-; the January-Decemner calendarr year) totals and traoe balances iar unadjusted and do not repre-
sent the sum of the monthly adjusted totals. Totals represent sIM. of unrounned figures ana may sary from sur, of rounded amounts. See Explana-
tion of Statistics' for additional information on coverage, definition of export and import valuations, ana sources of further Information)

Exports, excluding
DOD shipments General Import- Trade oalances

F...s. C.I.i. value Customs value f... F.a..
Period va lae, Percent change export,. export-;
seaonallrom C.t.i. Custom'_
adjusted previous Seasonally Percent change Seasonally Percent csbngE import, imports
period adjusted from adiustea irom
(Million Million previous (Million previous IM0llion (Mallion
dollars) dollars) period dollars) per ia dollir") dollars)

1985

January-December.............

January-July ................. 1:-- 43.5 .0.: 19I- .: .l ,.

January...................... 19,401.3 ... 29.o8,.' .9.2 ;: .29 .9 9 -[0 |( .8 -6 70, 6
February..................... 17.853.8 3 -8.0 2: .29v .9 -1.3 2" .* .." -1 1 -11 -- -10 1)i
March........................ [8..- ... -3 3 i.-9".". .).' 8,12 9.' : -Li ..:' -0.- "
April........................ .i.i '8.9 -3.6 :'.6 : .9 CS. ? 3.3 6 -11 5,).': -1'-' IS.
May............. ............ 17, 1i,..3 .1 )t0.0'9.9 .1.' 6 08a -I nL t: -11 t 0
June......................... l .43'.8 -0.1 10.653.2 *'.8 29,.2-..8 .: 6 -l).-i .. -11 98- t
July ......................... 1" ,4] .5 ,?:. ", :., -, W.,. -_ : i., r ",, -
August.......................
September....................
October... ..................
November .....................
Decemner... .................

1984

January-December ............. 217,865.2 *8.7 3l,17o.8 *26.. 325,725.7 -123,311.t -107,8o0.S

January-July................. 125. 30.1 .8.6 L99.210 ',3.'he 1 2'8.0 33 "3. :.". -r..90i' '

January...................... 17,888.7 *3.4 ,397.0 *1-.u 2t,20-.5 -9-.1 -9 ,:,6.3. -1,315.8
February..................... 17,208.0 -3.8 27,587., .0.7 2b,,19.5 -0 8 -10',379., -9,211.5
March......................... 17,905.7 .4.1 28,177.8 *2.1 26,9.8.2 .2.0 -10,272.1 -9,0.2.5
April...... ... .. ........... 17,520.4 -2.2 29,400 7 +.3 28,073.' +4 2 -11,86u.3 -10,553.3
May.......................... 17,978.1 +2.b : ,;'2:.' -7 3 2t,011.9 -7.3 ..-1 l -8,033 8
June........... ............. 17,705.3 -1.5 26b,ih0.5 -2.9 25,27b.2 -2.8 -8,n 5i.2 -7,570.9
July......................... 19,153.9 -8.2 32,925.0 .2-.. 31,33-.0 *2-.0 -13,-71.1 -12.180 1
August ....................... 18,122.9 -5.. 26,21:.- -14.3 2:',,86o.3 -1- 3 -10,'089.8 -6,7-i..
September.................... 18,2?09.9 -0.5 29,?53 u .5.5 28,-09.- .7 -ll,? ..1 -10,199.,
October...................... 18,410.9 .1.1 28,u63 6 -5.7 2b, 82.7 -5.7 -9,652.9 -8,371.8
November..................... 18,394.7 -0.1 28, Ic .6 -7 .311. .:. =0.;: 9 =- ,936.6
December........... ......... 19,142.4 .-.1 27,175 7 -5.0 25,933.1 -5.1 -8,033 3 -6,790.7


Note: The monthly and calendar year total' shao n
Import tables and 5.


in thi' table are derived by adaing the coimoait components vs Er.c'-. in export tamle 3 and


Export and rrmport Statistical series dre adjuSLte1 o.)r SeiOflnda .in.l C.r wo.ri irng-da, djr atioi ut r..:.t for chariIe. i,. rrc,: level. ITr,.
adjusted monthly export and import totals for 19 84 and 19l5 rni-errted in r'.i recr.'.rr are aer i .. r, ai r..i tin e ise:.rnal I, adju'lstl1 C-iom.onn.) nr
(i.e. SITC sections). The factors used to adjuirr t.n l' 19 .and til? CoCrI.nr.ent .eri e represEnt trh. ,',,..i.r. t r t r. ca ;O i5:r,r.jl d.Jl., Tit-nt[ fuators
developed from morntnly data rhrou9rl 1'14 and th'e ipproipriite work5 ir.7-.J, ictorC Pr i.:r to iruar, 15'9,. Torthi, t r..r.s S were a. .iJT..] irildep. nd.
ent#i of the components.
Cumul at1 cr of dat.j o er jE ie.nt -mont .h p.r Ki l are' d.e ir.aibl to 1 r.t ii, rundo rl i r rerd o: Mo r,. 3-r..,rr .h Chans e 1' ei ..:rr iTFr rt .
and simi lar series often refi er prirmari irre,'ular ,t eT.'ent., I r ftrercs ir. ,r,r, thiy ,.: rr -.r, er :. wie.: nt eTCr -r.- .., ntr h er :p r,. ,h r,,ei r,.
the overall sedasunally adjusted e'por[ and imprort series are pr..erte.1 in th- fnloi.jn l tibie ..i .er7ae pr.:rent i'ertr-L.o0-..:'rth r.ie ar,.]
decline over lorner periods Shown for coiTpariour. The dmrdrag e S-ludJe Cpr:ental. cMjr.fl for f.er op s w.ren rte giibe chdn.e: I 7ero pE.:-r.r:t ir
the level of e>porits/iports occurred.


Recent rr h- r o-mor rh percent cnan.ie Averd ,ae Tor.rEr .. .T,rsrtr, ,oer. rlt ,:han ,'e


Series A,,er.,j e l'era. p 4 r..)ntr.r, I ? IT.or. nh
June -July May-June Apr. -Maq Mar. -Apr. rise d e liIr., Mjr. .ul, IiJ Ii0 4.
19R5 198. 19] I '. lQl-'i-1" l I i-19J- 4 i 0 J.ul, 1 35


F.a.i. export vaIlue .... -N.2 *0. -?.i -3.6, 3.' .2., -i., -0.
C.i.f. import value.... -..5 '2.6 *i.5 **'i. *n. -6. -1 -1.
Customs import value... -9.5 *?.6 *i. *u., .r..3 -r.1 I. -1.1


3See the "Explanation of Statistics for definitions of [ne export and inuor[t alucs.







TABLE 2. U.S. EXPORTS AND GENERAL IMPORTS OF MERCHANDISE BY SELECTED COMMODITY GROUPINGS, WORLD AREAS AND COUNTRIES

In millions of dollars. Exports are f.a.s. (free alongside ship) U.S. port of exportation value basis. General
imports are c.i.f. (cost, insurance, freight) and Customs value bases. Export and import data are adjusted for
seasonal and/or working-day variation unless otherwise noted by the symbol (u) following the item description. The
month-to-month change in value figures are computed on the unrounded amounts and may vary from computations based on
the rounded amounts shown in this table.

1985 MONTH-TO-MONTH CHANGE IN VALUE


JULY JUNE MAY APRIL
ITEM JULY JUNE MAY APPIL MARCH VERSUS VERSUS VERSUS VERSUS
JUNE MAY APRIL MARCH




PART A. OVERALL TOTALS:

DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN
EXPORTS, EXC DOD SHPMT 17,411.5 17,437.8 17,414.3 17,77R.9 18,446.4 -26.3 +23.5 -364.6 -667.5
GENERAL IMPORTS, C.I.F. 27,920.2 30,853.2 30,079.9 29,62R.9 29,492.2 -2,933.0 +773.3 +451.0 *+16.7
TRADE BALANCE ........ -10,508.7 -13,415.4 -12,665.6 -11,850.0 -11,045.8 +2,916.7 -749.8 -815.6 -804.2
GENERAL IMPORTS,CUSTOMS 26,630.2 29,424.8 28,684.8 28,295.3 28,129.2 -2,794.6 +740.0 +389.5 +166.1
TRADE BALANCE........ -9,218.7 -11,987.0 -11,270.5 -n10,516.4 -9,682.8 +2,768.3 -716.5 -754.1 -833.6

PART B. SELECTED EXPORT AND IMPORT COMMODITY GROUPINGS:

AGRICULTURAL COMMODITIES
DOM AND FOR EXPORTS.. 2,112.6 2,230.3 2,163.8 2,603.7 2,547.2 -117.7 +66.5 -439.9 +56.5
GEN IMPORTS, C.I.F... 1,744.1 1,902.8 1,827.4 1,721.3 1,982.0 -158.7 +75.4 +106.1 -260.7
TRADE BALANCE ...... +368.5 +327.5 +336.4 +882.4 +565.2 +41.0 -8.9 -546.0 +317.2
GEN IMPORTS, CUSTOMS. 1,578.6 1,728.8 1,650.8 1,550.1 1,807.2 -150.2 +78.0 +100.7 -257.1
TRADE BALANCE ...... +534.0 +501.5 +513.0 +1,053.6 +740.0 +32.5 -11.5 -540.6 +313.6

MANUFACTURED GOODS
DOMESTIC EXPORTS..... 12,009.8 12,127.2 12,166.0 12,140.7 12,538.0 117.4 -38.8 +25.3 -397.3
GEN IMPORTS, C.I.F... 19,809.8 21,643.8 21,165.5 20,716.0 21,691.1 -,834.0 +478.3 +449.5 -975.1
TRADE BALANCE...... -7,800.0 -9,516.6 -8,999.5 -8,575.3 -9,153.1 +,716.6 -517.1 -424.2 +577.8
GEN IMPORTS, CUSTOMS. 18,901.0 20,653.3 20,198.2 19,811.7 20,715.6 -,752.3 +455.1 +386.5 -903.9
TRADE BALANCE...... -6,891.2 -8,526.1 -8,032.2 -7,671.0 -8,177.6 +,634.9 -493.9 -361.2 +5n6.6

TOTAL, PETROLEUM AND SELECTED PRODUCTS (U)
DOMESTIC EXPORTS..... 326.4 272.1 332.9 328.2 374.8 +54.3 -60.8 +4.7 -46.6
GEN IMPORTS, C.I.F... 4,032.3 4,996.0 4,621.9 4,671.3 3,121.2 963.7 +374.1 -49.4 +1,550.1
TRADE BALANCE...... -3,705.9 -4,723.9 -4,289.0 -4,343.1 -2,746.4 +,018.0 -434.9 +54.1 -1,596.7
GEN IMPORTS, CUSTOMS. 3,888.0 4,808.3 4,463.4 4,502.2 3,013.1 920.3 +344.9 -38.8 +1,489.1
TRADE BALANCE...... -3,561.6 -4,536.2 -4,130.5 -4,174.0 -2,638.3 974.6 -405.7 +43.5 -1,535.7

CRUDE PETROLEUM (U)
DOMESTIC EXPORTS... 15.3 19.7 9.1 25.8 14.9 -4.4 +10.6 -16.7 +10.9
GEN IMPORTS, C.I.F. 2,650.0 3,240.3 2,955.6 3,251.8 1,636.0 590.3 +284.7 -296.2 +1,615.8
TRADE BALANCE.... -2,634.7 -3,22n.6 -2,946.5 -3,226.0 -1,621.1 585.9 -274.1 +279.5 -1,604.9
GEN IMPORTS,CUSTOMS 2,565.5 3,132.2 2,866.3 3,144.3 1,592.5 566.7 +265.9 -278.0 +1,551.8
TRADE BALANCE.... -2,550.2 -3,112.5 -2,857.2 -3,118.5 -1,577.6 562.3 -255.3 +261.3 -1,540.9
RESIDUAL FUEL OIL (U)
DOMESTIC EXPORTS... 51.8 75.7 135.2 123.9 171.0 -23.9 -59.5 +11.3 -47.1
GEN IMPORTS, C.I.F. 320.6 411.7 381.2 442.3 473.2 -91.1 +3n.5 -61.1 -30.9
TRADE BALANCE.... -268.8 -336.0 -246.0 -318.4 -302.2 +67.2 -90.0 +72.4 -16.2
GEN IMPORTS,CUSTOMS 306.0 391.7 364.8 422.7 454.6 -85.7 +26.9 -57.9 -31.9
TRADE BALANCE.... -254.2 -316.0 -229.6 -298.8 -283.6 +61.8 -86.4 +69.2 -15.2

PART C. SELECTED WORLD AREAS AND COUNTRIES:

CANADA
DOM AND FOR EXPORTS.. 4,111.5 4,324.0 3,992.4 3,R87.9 3,767.7 -212.5 +331.6 +104.5 +120.2
GEN IMPORTS, C.I.F... 5,375.6 6,041.5 5,624.4 5,942.5 5,835.0 -665.9 +417.1 -318.1 +107.5
TRADE BALANCE...... -1,264.1 -1,717.5 -1,632.0 -2,054.6 -2,067.3 +453.4 -85.5 +422.6 +12.7
GEN IMPORPTS, CUSTOMS. 5,340.1 5,997.9 5,583.8 5,905.4 5,808.1 -657.8 +414.1 -321.6 +97.3
TRADE BALANCE...... -1,22R.6 -1,673.9 -1,591.4 -?,017.5 -2,n40.4 +445.3 -82.5 +426.1 +22.9

WESTERN EUROPE
DOM AND FOR EXPORTS.. 4,611.8 4,554.9 4,637.2 4,643.0 4,904.1 +56.9 -82.3 -5.8 -261.1
GEN IMPORTS, C.I.F... 6,533.7 7,195.1 7,408.4 6,306.7 6,586.0 -661.4 -213.3 +1,101.7 -279.3
TRADE BALANCE...... -1,921.9 -2,640.2 -2,771.2 -1,663.7 -1,681.9 +718.3 +131.0 -1,107.5 +18.2
GEN IMPOPTS, CUSTOMS. 6,182.5 6,808.4 7,026.8 5,977.7 6,236.2 -625.9 -218.4 +1,n49.1 -258.5
TRADE BALANCE...... -1,570.7 -2,253.5 -2,389.6 -1,334.7 -1,332.1 +682.8 +136.1 -1,054.9 -2.6







TABLE 2. U.S. EXPORTS AND GENERAL IMPORTS OF MERCHANDISE BY SELECTED COMMODITY GPOUPINGFS, WORLD AREAS AND
COUNTRIES--continued


1985 MONTH-TO-MONTH CHANGE IN VALUE


JULY JUNE MAY APRIL
ITEM JULY JUNE MAY APRIL MARCH VERSUS VERSUS VERSUS VERSUS
JUNE MAY APRIL MARCH


PART C. SELECTED WORLD AREAS AND COOUNTRIES--continued

WESTERN EUROPE--continued
EUROPEAN ECONOMIC COMMUNITY
DOM AND FOP EXPORTS.. 3,610.8 3,693.9 3,743.5 3,786.4 4,086.1 -83.1 -49.6 -42.9 -299.7
GEN IMPORTS, C.I.F... 5,219.2 6,031.3 5,795.2 5,061.7 5,528.4 -812.1 +236.1 +733.5 -466.7
TRADE BALANCE...... -1,608.4 -2,337.4 -2,051.7 -1,275.3 -1,442.3 +729.0 -285.7 -776.4 +167.0
GEN IMPORTS, CIISTOMS. 4,945.4 5,716.2 5,508.9 4,807.0 5,245.1 -770.8 +207.3 +701.9 -438.1
TRADE BALANCE...... -1,334.6 -2,022.3 -1,765.4 -1,020.6 -1,159.0 +687.7 -256.9 -744.8 +138.4
UNITED KINGDOM
DOM AND FOR EXPORTS 831.4 854.9 935.2 963.9 1,410.2 -23.5 -80.3 -28.7 -446.3
GEN IMPORTS, C.I.F. 1,353.3 1,510.0 1,297.0 1,142.6 1,074.2 -156.7 +213.0 +154.4 +68.4
TRADE BALANCE.... -521.9 -655.1 -361.8 -178.7 +336.0 +133.2 -293.3 -183.1 -514.7
GEN IMPOPTS,CUSTOMS 1,297.1 1,447.2 1,242.6 1,098.2 1,029.1 -150.1 +204.6 +144.4 +69.1
TRADE BALANCE.... -465.7 -592.3 -307.4 -134.3 +381.1 +126.6 -284.9 -173.1 -515.4

FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF GERMANY
DOM AND FOR EXPORTS 643.2 749.9 765.2 754.2 913.9 -106.7 -15.3 +11.0 -159.7
GEN IMPORTS, C.I.F. 1,592.4 1,670.5 1,726.9 1,618.1 1,736.1 -78.1 -56.4 +108.8 -118.0
TRADE BALANCE.... -949.2 -920.6 -961.7 -863.9 -822.2 -28.6 +41.1 -97.8 -41.7
GEN IMPORTS,CUSTOMS 1,515.0 1,585.5 1,641.6 1,546.2 1,657.0 -70.5 -56.1 +95.4 -110.8
TRADE BALANCE.... -871.8 -835.6 -876.4 -792.0 -743.1 -36.2 +40.8 -84.4 -48.9

JAPAN
DOM AND FOR EXPORTS.... 1,854.5 1,757.7 1,787.7 1,753.7 2,317.1 +96.8 -30.0 +34.0 -563.4
GEN IMPORTS, C.I.F..... 5,854.1 6,330.7 6,029.9 5,784.1 5,492.1 -476.6 +300.8 +245.8 +292.0
TRADE BALANCE........ -3,999.6 -4,573.0 -4,242.2 -4,030.4 -3,175.0 +573.4 -330.8 -211.8 -855.4
GEN IMPORTS, CUSTOMS... 5,557.2 5,991.9 5,725.0 5,501.8 5,213.9 -434.7 +266.9 +223.2 +287.9
TRADE BALANCE........ -3,702.7 -4,234.2 -3,937.3 -3,748.1 -2,896.8 +531.5 -296.9 -189.2 -851.3

MEXICO
DOM AND FOR EXPORTS.... 814.6 1,396.8 857.3 1,228.1 1,286.7 -582.2 +539.5 -370.8 -58.6
GEN IMPORTS, C.I.F..... 1,683.1 1,767.7 1,349.1 1,930.7 1,746.2 -84.6 +418.6 -581.6 +184.5
TRADE BALANCE........ -868.5 -370.9 -491.8 -702.6 -459.5 -497.6 +120.9 +210.8 -243.1
GEN IMPORTS, CUSTOMS... 1,663.1 1,745.8 1,328.9 1,904.6 1,724.0 -82.7 +416.9 -575.7 +180.6
TRADE BALANCE........ -848.5 -349.0 -471.6 -676.5 -437.3 -499.5 +122.6 +204.9 -239.2

TAIWAN
DOM AND FOR EXPORTS (U) 418.4 379.8 357.7 338.2 432.0 +38.6 +22.1 +19.5 -93.8
GEN IMPORTS, C.I.F..... 1,342.4 1,383.3 1,572.5 1,467.2 1,736.8 -40.9 -189.2 +105.3 -269.6
TRADE BALANCE........ -924.0 -1,003.5 -1,214.8 -1,129.0 -1,304.8 +79.5 +211.3 -85.8 +175.8
GEN IMPORTS, CuSTnMS... 1,240.0 1,272.6 1,442.8 1,347.8 1,596.5 -32.6 -170.2 +95.0 -248.7
TRADE BALANCE........ -821.6 -892.8 -1,085.1 -1,009.6 -1,164.5 +71.2 +192.3 -75.5 +154.9

REPUBLIC OF KOREA
DOM AND FOR EXPORTS.... 511.5 526.6 519.1 634.8 541.1 -15.1 +7.5 -115.7 +93.7
GEN IMPORTS, C.I.F..... 910.6 870.5 902.6 829.9 934.1 +40.1 -32.1 +72.7 -104.2
TRADE BALANCE........ -399.1 -343.9 -383.5 -195.1 -393.0 -55.2 +39.6 -188.4 +197.9
GEN IMPORTS, ClSTNMS... 844.5 811.7 841.8 775.0 873.0 +32.8 -30.1 +66.8 -98.0
TRADE BALANCE........ -333.0 -285.1 -322.7 -140.2 -331.9 -47.9 +37.6 -182.5 +191.7

nPEC
DOM AND FOR EXPORTS.... 1,097.3 991.3 990.9 1,066.8 1,147.7 +106.0 +.4 -75.9 -80.9
GEN IMPORTS, C.I.F.(U). I,Alq.2 2,002.0 2,173.6 1,990.6 1,424.5 -182.8 -171.6 +183.0 +566.1
TRADE BALANCE........ -721.9 -1,010.7 -1,182.7 -923.8 -276.8 +288.8 +172.0 -258.9 -647.0
GEN IMPORTS, CUSTOMS(U) 1,723.5 1,890.6 2,063.4 1,884.6 1,338.8 -167.1 -172.8 +178.8 +545.8
TRADE BALANCE.......... -626.2 -899.3 -1,072.5 -817.8 -191.1 +273.1 +173.2 -254.7 -626.7

SAUDI ARABIA
DOM AND FOR EXPORTS.. 485.0 326.2 353.6 335.5 476.6 +158.8 -27.4 +18.1 -141.1
GEN IMPORTS,C.I.F.(U) 45.4 52.3 110.1 212.5 52.6 -6.9 -57.8 -102.4 +159.9
TRADE BALANCE...... +439.6 +273.9 +243.5 +123.0 +424.0 +165.7 +30.4 +120.5 -301.0
GEN IMPORTS,CUSTOMS(U) 41.3 48.3 103.8 198.1 49.6 -7.0 -55.5 -94.3 +148.5
TRADE BALANCE...... +443.7 +277.9 +249.8 +137.4 +427.0 +165.8 +28.1 +112.4 -289.6

NIGERIA (U)
DOM AND FOR EXPORTS.. 37.1 55.2 42.5 48.4 89.2 -18.1 +12.7 -5.9 -40.8
GEN IMPORTS, C.I.F... 238.8 256.7 341.4 318.3 52.3 -17.9 -84.7 +23.1 +266.0
TRADE BALANCE...... -201.7 -201.5 -298.9 -269.9 +36.9 -.2 +97.4 -29.0 -306.8
GEN IMPORTS, CUISTOMS. 230.9 248.3 331.0 307.3 49.4 -17.4 -82.7 +23.7 +257.9
TRADE BALANCE...... -193.8 -193.1 -288.5 -258.9 +39.8 -.7 +95.4 -29.6 -298.7








TABLE 2. U.S. EXPORTS AND GENERAL IMPORTS OF MERCHANDISE RY SELECTED COMMODITY GROUPINGS, WORLD AREAS AND
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PART D. EXPORTS OF DOMESTIC MERCHANDISE BY SELECTED COMMODITY GROUPINGS, F.A.S. VALUE BASIS:

FOOD/ANIMALS:
LIVE ANIMALS (1i) ........ 15.6 19.7 15.6 19.1 36.1 -4.1 +4.1 -3.4 -17.0
MEAT AND MEAT PREP ...... 107.6 80.7 92.9 96.9 77.7 +26.9 -12.2 -3.9 +19.1
MEAT FRESH, CHL, FRZN(U). 88.4 83.6 88.7 88.3 92.7 +4.9 -5.1 +.4 -4.4
MILK AND CREAM (U) ...... 19.5 16.6 13.4 22.2 24.4 +3.0 +3.1 -8.7 -2.3
FISH AND FISH PREP ...... 128.0 77.5 73.1 73.5 66.1 +50.5 +4.4 -.4 +7.4
WHEAT (U)................ 247.2 334.6 240.7 283.5 240.1 -87.4 +93.9 -42.8 +43.4
RICE (U)................. 56.7 47.2 61.6 50.5 56.6 *9.5 -14.3 +11.0 -6.1
CORN (U)................. 299.8 336.4 439.5 543.5 564.1 -36.6 -103.1 -104.0 -20.6
RYE; OATS; GRN SORG...... 58.2 132.0 86.7 107.1 90.3 -73.8 +45.3 -20.4 +16.R
VEG; FPUT; NUT........... 185.4 206.0 205.2 195.9 193.1 -20.6 +.8 +9.3 -2.8
VEG; FRESH, CHL, FRZN.... 49.6 54.4 44.5 40.3 44.2 -4.8 +9.8 +4.2 -3.8
FRUT; NUT, FRSH OR DRY... 90.4 109.2 128.2 117.7 111.2 -18.9 -18.9 +10.5 +6.5
FRUT PRESV, PREP......... 35.1 32.1 31.5 33.2 29.6 +3.0 +.6 -1.7 +3.6
SUGAR; SUGAR PREP (U).... 13.3 12.3 13.0 16.4 12.5 +1.1 -.7 -3.4 +3.9
ANIMAL FEEDS (U)......... 116.0 128.2 128.2 157.6 170.2 -12.2 0.0 -29.4 -12.6

BEVERAGES/TOBACCO:
TOBAC UNMFR, REFUSE (U).. 54.6 44.0 47.3 164.1 146.2 +10.6 -3.3 -116.7 +17.9
TOBAC MFR (U)............ 85.8 60.6 83.9 70.9 118.9 +25.2 -23.3 +13.0 -47.9
CIGARETTES (U)........... 79.4 55.2 68.4 59.8 114.0 +24.2 -13.2 +8.6 -54.2

CRUDE MAT, EXC FUELS:
HIDE, SKIN, UNDRSD (U)... 81.1 108.9 80.2 88.3 94.1 -27.8 +28.7 -8.0 -5.8
FURSKINS, UNDRESSED ...... 26.2 20.0 16.5 22.0 16.9 +6.1 +3.5 -5.4 +5.1
SOYBEANS................. 181.4 146.1 204.0 398.5 391.2 +35.3 -57.9 -194.5 +7.3
CRUDE RUBBER (U)......... 46.9 52.5 58.7 49.4 59.4 -5.7 -6.2 +9.3 -10.0
PULPWOOD;CHIPS;LOGS (U).. 127.9 120.2 140.4 129.2 129.9 +7.7 -20.2 +11.2 -.7
LUMBER ................... 68.6 65.3 48.4 59.4 60.8 +3.2 +17.0 -11.0 -1.4
PULP AND WASTE PAPER (U). 147.1 170.2 136.7 153.8 191.9 -23.1 +33.4 -17.0 -38.2
WOODPULP-SULPHATE (I).... 82.1 83.5 77.9 84.0 100.2 -1.4 +5.6 -6.1 -16.1
COTTON, RAW, LNTRS....... 113.8 132.3 138.8 150.6 145.5 -18.5 -6.4 -11.8 +5.1
RAW COTTON............... 111.0 126.8 131.9 148.3 140.1 -15.9 -5.1 -16.4 +8.2
CRUDE MIN, NSPF (U) ...... 44.7 46.5 43.8 40.5 51.9 -1.8 +2.8 +3.3 -11.4
IRON OR STEEL SCP (U).... 74.5 77.3 68.1 73.9 75.2 -2.8 +9.2 -5.8 -1.4
NONFERR ORE (U).......... 57.5 53.0 40.6 62.0 30.2 +4.5 +12.4 -21.4 +31.9
NONFERR SCRP (U)......... 74.0 80.8 72.3 75.3 72.9 -6.8 +8.5 -3.0 +2.4
PRECIOUS MET ORE (U)..... 11.3 23.1 9.0 10.7 26.9 -11.8 +14.1 -1.7 -16.2
MINERAL FUELS:
BITUMINOUS COAL.......... 349.4 335.3 407.2 332.0 342.6 +14.2 -71.9 +75.1 -10.6
NATURAL GAS (U).......... 32.0 16.5 16.7 17.5 26.1 +15.5 -0.2 -0.8 -8.6

CHEMICALS AND PROD:
ORGAN, INORGN CHEM (11)... 712.0 790.8 847.0 752.9 818.3 -78.8 -56.2 +94.0 -65.3
ORGANIC CHEMICALS........ 479.1 541.6 544.4 459.6 479.5 -62.6 -2.8 +84.8 -19.9
INORGANIC CHEMICALS (U).. 226.7 254.0 295.5 295.6 339.8 -27.4 -41.5 -.1 -44.1
MED. PHARMA PROD......... 221.8 238.4 231.6 228.9 286.7 -16.6 +6.8 +2.8 -57.8
FERT; FERT MATERIALS (U). 225.8 99.1 154.2 130.9 181.1 +126.7 -55.1 +23.4 -50.3
SYN RES; PLASTIC......... 257.8 267.8 248.6 282.1 252.4 -10.1 +19.2 -33.4 +29.7
CHEM MAT; PROD NSPF...... 206.0 208.7 217.9 209.1 232.5 -2.7 -9.2 +8.8 -23.4









TABLE 2. U.S. EXPORTS AND GENERAL IMPORTS OF MERCHANDISE BY SELECTED COMMODITY GROUPINGS, WORLD AREAS AND
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TABLE 2 PART D--continued

MANUFACTURES BY MAT:
TIRES AND TUBES.......... 27.5 29.7 27.6 31.6 32.5 -2.2 +2.1 -4.0 -.9
PAPR; PAPRBD, UNCUT...... 131.5 156.3 132.4 151.4 152.7 -24.8 +23.9 -19.0 -1.3
PAPR; PAPRBD, CUT........ 45.9 51.2 51.3 55.9 53.6 -5.4 -.1 -4.6 +2.3
TITLE YRN; FBRPC: ARTCL(IJ) 195.7 212.0 198.9 201.8 208.6 -16.2 +13.1 -3.0 -6.8
TIXTLE YRN; THREAD........ 54.4 55.5 50.8 49.4 49.9 -1.1 +4.7 +1.4 -.5
COTTON FABRICS, WOVEN (I) 15.8 17.0 16.7 18.3 18.9 -1.2 +.3 -1.6 -.6
TEYTILE FABPICS WOVEN.... 48.3 46.3 39.5 40.7 40.5 +2.0 +6.9 -1.3 +.2
GLASS.................... 42.3 42.7 40.2 39.0 40.1 -.4 +2.5 +1.2 -1.1
NAT; SYN PREC STONES..... 37.0 33.1 41.9 33.1 38.1 +3.9 -8.8 +8.8 -5.0
GEM DIAMONDS............. 25.3 34.6 38.0 30.4 42.0 -9.3 -3.4 +7.6 -11.5
IRON AND STL MILL PPRD... 83.1 100.8 105.8 98.5 109.3 -17.7 -5.0 +7.3 -10.8
IPON OR STL PLT; SHTS (U) 21.0 22.9 25.6 21.5 23.2 -1.9 -2.7 +4.1 -1.7
IPON OR STL TB; PP; FT... 41.9 50.3 46.9 48.1 54.8 -8.5 +3.4 -1.1 -6.7
SILVER BULLION (I) ....... 2.7 9.0 12.4 10.0 8.2 -6.3 -3.4 +2.5 +1.8
PLATINUM (U)............. 7.6 5.7 7.2 10.2 14.7 +1.9 -1.6 -2.9 -4.5
COPPER (U)............... 23.3 22.8 32.0 22.8 38.9 +.5 -9.1 +9.1 -16.1
NICKEL (U)............... 17.1 17.5 15.8 15.9 17.1 -.4 +1.7 -.1 -1.2
ALUMINUM (U)............. 79.1 110.5 86.5 82.7 76.2 -31.3 +23.9 +3.9 +6.4
METAL MFRS, NSPF......... 282.0 278.4 260.5 279.8 274.6 +3.6 +17.9 -19.3 +5.2
IRON OR STL STRCT (U).... 24.2 24.4 23.6 30.1 26.7 -.2 +.8 -6.5 +3.3
TOOLS.................... 68.2 59.7 59.5 62.0 61.9 +8.6 +.2 -2.5 +.1
BASE METAL MFRS NSPF..... 125.1 132.4 118.1 126.4 129.8 -7.2 +14.3 -8.3 -3.4
MACHINERY--NON ELEC:
PWR GENRTNG MACH......... 715.8 832.5 740.0 805.4 693.4 -116.7 +92.5 -65.4 +112.0
BOILERS; TURBINES: ENG... 630.1 721.1 739.4 755.8 730.5 -91.0 -18.2 -16.4 +25.3
INTERNAL COMBN ENG....... 576.2 681.1 641.4 659.5 603.0 -104.9 +39.7 -18.1 +56.5
ELEC MOTR; GEN; PTS (U).. 57.8 86.2 59.1 66.3 72.7 -28.3 +27.1 -7.2 -6.4
MACH. FOR PARTICULR IND.. 766.1 882.7 859.3 871.3 877.6 -116.6 +23.5 -12.0 -6.3
AGRI MACH; PTS; TRCTR.... 134,2 134.9 134.6 140.5 122.0 -.7 +.3 -5.8 +18.5
ENGINEER; CONTRCTR EQUIP. 311.8 373.3 372.8 336.9 332.6 -61.6 +.5 +36.0 +4.3
TEXTLE; LTHR MACH........ 39.1 40.6 39.0 47.1 43.2 -1.5 +1.6 -8.2 +4.0
PAPR; PRTNG EQUIPMENT.. 82.8 77.5 74.6 87.4 84.0 +5.4 +2.9 -12.9 +3.4
MAC. FOR PARTCLR IND NSPF 232.5 240.1 239.5 240.8 254.8 -7.6 +.5 -1.2 -14.0
METALWORKING MACH. (U)... 122.5 107.5 85.2 104.4 111.8 +15.0 +22.3 -19.2 -7.3
GEN IND MACH; PTS........ 577.5 650.7 586.4 623.6 638.1 -73.2 +64.3 -37.3 -14.5
HEAT; COOL EQUIP; PTS.... 134.4 145.6 142.1 147.0 150.8 -11.2 +3.5 -4.9 -3.9
PUMP; FAN; CTRFG; PTS.... 171.3 216.6 189.9 191.4 186.1 -45.2 +26.6 -1.5 +5.3
MECH. HANDL EQP; PTS..... 72.3 71.6 68.5 71.6 80.5 +.7 +3.1 -3.1 -8.9
OFFC MACH; ADP EOP....... 1,170.0 1,249.5 1,325.1 1,291.4 1,396.1 -79.5 -75.6 +33.7 -104.7
ADP EQP.................. 532.8 576.9 625.7 598.2 704.9 -44.1 -48.8 +27.6 -106.7
OFFC MACH; ADP EQP; PTS.. 596.4 620.4 658.7 653.4 656.7 -24.1 -38.3 +5.3 -3.3
TELECOM APP; EQP; PTS.... 356.0 340.1 359.7 331.6 457.9 +15.8 -19.5 +28.1 -126.3
TELECOM EQP; NSPF; PTS(U) 318.8 309.9 330.5 289.8 426.5 +9.0 -20.6 +40.7 -136.7

MACHINERY--ELEC:
ELEC MACH; APP........... 956.6 1,042.3 1,090.1 985.9 1,176.7 -85.7 -47.8 +104.2 -190.8
ELEC PWR MACH; SWTCHGR... 199.9 231.1 232.4 214.1 251.1 -31.2 -1.3 +18.3 -36.9
ELEC OIST EQP............ 77.4 78.6 81.5 77.2 84.6 -1.2 -2.9 +4.3 -7.4
ELEC MACH; MED; RAD APP.. 98.4 105.6 107.6 95.9 100.2 -7.3 -1.9 +11.6 -4.3
HHLD TYPE EQP............ 43.3 43.4 47.1 49.5 49.7 -.1 -3.7 -2.4 -.2
TBS; TRANS; SEMICOND..... 349.0 375.1 422.9 353.8 488.3 -26.1 -47.8 +69.1 -134.5
ELEC MACH; APP NSPF...... 193.2 220.2 220.2 196.5 240.7 -27.0 -.1 +23.7 -44.2







TABLE 2. U.S. EXPORTS AND GENERAL IMPORTS OF MERCHANDISE RY SELECTED (rOMMOnlTY GROUPINGS, WORLD APEAS AND
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TABLE 2 PART D--continued


TRANSPORT EQUIPMENT:
PASSENGER CARS:
TO CANADA ................. 576.3
TO OTHER COUNTRIES....... 36.9
MTP VEH; PTS NSPF........ 1,060.8
MTR VEH NSPF............. 199.9
AUTO PTS; TRAC PTS....... 866.0
MTRCYS; BICYS; TIRS :U).. 7.3
LOCOMOTIVES (U).......... 32.9
AIRCRAFT; SPCECRFT; PTS(U) 1,257.2
AIRCRAFT--COM; MIL (U)... 734.2
SPACECRAFT (U)........... 51.3
AIRCRAFT PARTS........... 485.8
VSSLS; FLTNG STRUC (U)... 18.8
PTS OF VESSELS (U)....... 15.8
MANUFACTURES, MISC:
SANIT PLMB; HEAT FIX..... 17.0
FURNITURE AND PARTS...... 45.1
CLOTHING................. 66.9
MEAS; CONTR; SCIE. INS(U) 418.9
PHOTO APP; SUPP.......... 129.9
PHOTO SUPPLIES........... 98.0
ART OF RUB; PLAST NSPF... 93.9
PRINTED MATTER........... 106.9

COMMODITIES, NSPF:
SPECIAL TRANSACTIONS..... 79.9
MILITARY GOODS (U)....... 286.7
NONMONETARY GOLD (U)..... 121.2


471.8 429.7 458.4 454.0 +104.5 +42.1 -2R.7 t4.4
18.0 16.2 29.9 26.0 +18.9 +1.8 -13.7 +3.9
1,207.4 1,075.1 1,073.1 1,021.9 -146.5 +132.3 +1.9 +51.3
224.8 236.2 219.5 206.2 -25.0 -11.3 +16.7 t13.3
968.1 883.9 876.2 830.8 -102.1 +84.? +7.7 +45.4
10.7 10.7 10.5 13.1 -3.4 0.0 +.2 -2.6
30.4 47.5 25.3 23.8 +2.6 -17.1 +22.? +1.6
1,179.5 1,297.0 1,135.0 1,713.6 +77.6 -117.5 +162.1 -578.7
682.8 771.8 687.3 1,113.7 +51.4 -89.0 +84.5 -426.4
61.0 14.4 10.2 46.8 -9.7 +46.6 .4.2 -36.6
416.5 502.3 467.4 524.2 +69.3 -85.8 +34.Q -56.8
44.1 16.8 47.6 51.2 -25.3 +27.4 -30.8 -3.6
22.0 23.2 19.3 27.7 -6.2 -1.1 +3.9 -8.4


18.7 16.3 17.4 19.9 -1.8 +2.4 -1.1 -2.5
41.2 41.6 43.6 48.7 +3.9 -.4 -2.1 -5.n
57.5 62.7 65.8 52.6 +9.4 -5.2 -3.1 +13.2
446.9 454.6 412.9 563.0 -28.0 -7.7 +41.7 -150.1
151.6 144.5 139.9 159.3 -21.7 +7.1 +4.5 -ia.4
118.5 109.3 104.8 125.3 -20.4 +9.1 +4.5 -20.5
98.2 102.4 111.1 103.3 -4.3 -4.2 -8.7 +7.7
116.2 105.2 105.3 111.5 -9.3 +11.0 -.1 -6.2


85.8 81.9 91.6 103.1 -5.8 +3.9 -9.7 -11.6
245.2 299.1 225.2 220.7 +41.5 -53.9 +73.9 +4.5
79.7 78.8 91.6 178.3 +41.5 +.9 -12.8 -86.7


PART E. GENERAL IMPORTS BY SELECTED COMMODITY GROUPINGS, C.I.F. VALUE BASIS:

FOOD/ANIMALS:
LIVE ANIMALS............. 54.7 49.6 46.1 45.2 61.6 +5.2 +3.4 +1.0 -16.4
MEAT AND MEAT PREP (U)... 222.9 215.1 211.0 215.8 208.0 +7.8 +4.1 -4.8 +7.8
DAIRY PROD; EGGS......... 40.6 38.7 34.6 36.4 39.3 +1.9 +4.2 -1.8 -3.0n
FISH AND FISH PREP....... 354.5 380.3 360.3 309.4 389.2 -25.8 +20.0 .50.9 -79.8
FISH, FR; DRD; SHELLFISH. 269.6 285.5 275.9 289.9 317.6 -15.8 +9.6 -14.n -27.7
SHELLFISH................ 144.5 149.2 143.0 143.5 181.0 -4.7 +6.2 -.5 -37.5
VEG; FRUT; NUT........... 369.9 345.3 386.1 366.9 429.1 +24.7 -40.8 +19.1 -62.1
VEG; FPESH, CHL, FRZN.... 131.9 101.4 102.4 122.2 124.1 +30.5 -.9 -19.8 -2.0
FRUITS AND NUTS (U)...... 245.2 286.2 306.4 342.5 357.3 -41.0 -20.2 -36.2 -14.7
SUGAR (U)................ 28.1 104.5 106.7 60.8 124.6 -76.4 -2.2 +46.0 -63.8
COFFEE (U)............... 218.1 314.5 239.2 262.0 311.7 -96.3 +75.2 -22.8 -49.7
COCOA (U)................ 82.6 73.3 118.6 68.6 142.7 +9.3 -45.3 45n.0 -74.2

BEVERAGES/TOBACCO:
ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES...... 254.9 284.3 275.6 245.4 291.6 -29.4 +8.7 +30.2 -46.2
WINE..................... 90.4 103.9 91.4 88.1 87.1 -13.4 +12.5 +3.3 +1.0
TOBAC UNMFR (U).......... 33.8 74.2 73.8 62.5 22.8 -40.5 +.5 +11.3 +3q.7









TABLE 2. U.S. EXPORTS AND GENERAL IMPORTS OF MERCHANDISE BY SELECTED COMMODITY GROUPINGS, WORLD AREAS AND
COUNTRIES--continued

1985 MONTH-TO-MONTH CHANGE IN VALUE


JULY JUNE MAY APRIL
ITEM JULY JUNE MAY APRIL MARCH VERSUS VERSUS VERSUS VERSUS
JUNE MAY APRIL MARCH


TABLE 2 PART E--continued

CRUDE MAT, EXC. FUELS:
HIDE, SKIN, UNDRSD (U)... 8.0 6.7 7.1 7.8 6.2 +1.3 -.4 -.7 +1.6
FUPSKINS, UNDRESSEn ...... 10.0 7.3 7.4 15.5 17.8 +2.7 -.1 -8.1 -2.3
01LSn; OILNTS; KERNLS (U) 6.1 10.2 8.9 8.1 12.6 -4.0 +1.3 +.7 -4.5
CRUDE RUBBER (U)......... 83.3 75.9 111.6 88.4 118.7 +7.4 -35.7 +23.2 -30.3
LUMBER................... 290.1 320.4 296.3 263.9 260.6 -30.3 +24.1 +32.3 +3.3
PULP AND WASTEPAPER ...... 130.2 137.5 136.3 117.9 176.3 -7.3 +1.1 +18.5 -58.4
WOOL; OTR ANIMAL HAIR (U1 15.5 14.0 15.5 14.6 15.9 +1.5 -1.5 +.9 -1.3
CRUDE FEPTILIZERS (U).... 2.2 2.4 .6 4.0 4.8 -.2 +1.8 -3.3 -.8
STONE; SAN;: GRAVEL (i).. 33.2 10.9 11.9 43.8 9.6 +22.3 -1.0 -32.0 +34.3
CRUDE MINERALS, NSPF..... 36.3 42.2 37.7 33.5 39.0 -5.9 +4.5 +4.2 -5.5
IPON ORE AND CONCENTRATES 30.1 33.8 30.6 58.1 106.9 -3.8 +3.2 -27.5 -48.8
BASE METAL ORES (lU)...... 123.7 129.9 110.1 99.6 161.5 -6.1 +19.8 +10.5 -61.8"
BAUXITE AND ALUMINA (U).. 87.4 100.4 84.0 72.2 122.6 -13.0 +16.4 +11.7 -50.4
PRECIOUS METAL ORES ...... 20.6 17.0 21.5 16.9 19.0 +3.6 -4.5 +4.5 -2.1
CRUDE VEG MAT NSPF....... 60.7 86.8 73.3 65.9 73.4 -26.1 +13.5 +7.4 -7.5

MINERAL FUELS:
COAL; COKE; BRIQ (U)..... 15.6 12.2 21.3 20.1 14.0 +3.4 -9.1 +1.3 +6.0
NATilRAL GAS (U).......... 241.7 258.5 267.2 353.0 325.2 -16.8 -8.7 -85.8 +27.8

CHEMICALS AND PROD:
ORGANIC CHEMICALS (U).... 358.2 516.0 439.5 333.0 427.7 -157.7 +76.5 +106.5 -94.8
INORGANIC CHEMICALS (U).. 281.2 308.6 446.9 262.7 354.7 -27.4 -138.3 +184.2 -92.0
MED. PHARMA PROD......... 82.4 115.7 96.6 78.6 81.0 -33.3 +19.1 +18.0 -2.5
MFR FERTILIZERS.......... 64.9 116.3 101.4 100.8 67.4 -51.5 +14.9 +.6 +33.4
CHEM MAT; PROD NSPF (U).. 114.3 121.2 125.4 127.0 153.1 -6.9 -4.2 -1.7 -26.1

MANUFACTURES BY MAT:
TIRES AND TUBES (II)...... 135.3 134.3 141.0 160.5 151.5 +.9 -6.6 -19.5 +9.0
wOOn; VENEERS; PLY....... 76.2 85.3 68.5 74.2 87.6 -9.1 +16.8 -5.7 -13.3
WOOD MANUFACTURE'S NSPF.. 71.7 68.9 68.7 68.7 71.0 +2.9 +.2 -.1 -2.2
STANDARD NEWSPRINT....... 283.1 322.3 316.0 316.1 350.9 -39.2 +6.3 -.1 -34.8
TXTLE VRN; FBRC; ARTCL... 415.2 449.6 456.4 403.1 492.8 -34.4 -6.8 +53.3 -89.7
TEXTILE YARN; THREAD (U). 49.6 53.1 50.9' 45.0 48.0 -3.5 +2.2 +5.9 -3.0
TEXTILE FABRICS.......... 113.8 118.5 122.3 104.6 127.6 -4.8 -3.7 +17.7 -23.0
GLASS.................... 50.9 52.6 52.2 53.5 54.1 -1.7 +.4 -1.3 -.7
POTTERY.................. 83.9 81.4 91.7 89.6 84.6 +2.6 -10.4 +2.1 +5.0
GEM DIAMONDS (U) ......... 234.9 220.7 254.6 195.4 289.6 +14.2 -33.9 +59.1 -94.2
IRON AND STL MLL PROD (U) 703.8 998.9 843.0 816.5 919.5 -295.1 +155.9 +26.5 -103j0
]RN OR STL BRS, ROS,...... 151.9 199.7 173.7 155.6 160.9 -47.9 +26.1 +18.1 -5.3
IRN OR STL PLTS; SHEETS.. 279.7 483.3 328.6 374.8 455.2 -203.6 +154.8" -46.2 -80.4
IRON OR STEEL WIRE....... 29.0 43.2 38.2 37.9 42.1 -14.1 +5.0 +.3 -4.2
IRN OR STL TBS, PIPES (II) 184.3 237.9 212.0 219.0 287.7 -53.6 +26.0 -7.0 -68.7'
SILVER BULLTON (U)....... 97.1 149.8 80.9 78.9 54.0 -52.7 +68.9 +2.1 +24.9(
PLATINUM (U)............. 71.2 55.8 5f0.0 81.6 94.5 +15.3 +5.8 -31.6 -12.9
COPPER (I)............... 90.8 116.5 95.2 86.5 113.4 -25.7 +21.3 +8.7 -26.9
NICKEL (u)............... 30.7 56.9 56.2 70.8 64.2 -26.2 +.7 -14.6 +6.6
ALUMINUM (U)............. 162.3 179.9 174.4 160.2 191.1 -17.7 +5.5 +14.2 -30.9
ZINC (U).................. 42.7 63.0 37.3 49.0 50.0 -20.3 +25.8 -11.8 -.9
NAILS; SCPEWS: BOILTs..... 84.2 94.3 101.6 93.2 117.0 -10.1 -7.3 +8.4 -23.8
BASE METAL MFRS NSPF (U). 175.7 184.8 180.4 169.7 195.4 -9.1 +4.4 +10.7 -25.7,








TABLE 2. U.S. EXPORTS AND GENERAL IMPORTS OF MERCHANDISE BY SELECTEn COMMDInTY GROUPINGS, WMRLn AREAS AND
COUNTRIES--continued


1985 MONTH-Tn-MONTH CHANGE IN VALUE


JULY JUNE MAY APRIL
ITEM JULY JUNE MAY APRIL MARCH VERSUS VERSUS VERSUS VERSUS
JUNE MAY APRIL MARCH



TABLE 2 PART E--continued

MACHINERY--NON ELEC:
PWR GENRTING MACH ........ 580.4 661.2 693.5 694.6 634.4 -80.8 -32.3 -1.1 +60.2
AGRI MACH; PTS; TRCTR (U) 127.3 126.5 123.0 140.5 170.8 +.8 +3.5 -17.6 -30.3
TXTLE; LTHR MACH......... 88.3 84.0 76.7 94.3 123.4 +4.3 +7.3 -17.6 -29.1
PAPR; PRTNG EQP (U)...... 120.4 129.7 113.0 131.1 131.9 -9.3 +16.7 -18.1 -.8
METALWORKING MACHINERY... 234.1 251.4 254.2 249.7 212.9 -17.3 -2.7 +4.5 +36.8
GEN IND MACH; PTS........ 696.1 734.7 731.3 697.4 757.2 -38.6 +3.4 +33.9 -59.8
OFFC MACH; ADP EOP....... 872.3 887.5 975.3 953.4 967.5 -15.2 -87.8 +21.9 -14.0
TELECOM APP; EQP; PTS.... 1,369.1 1,632.7 1,594.1 1,614.1 1,691.8 -263.6 +38.6 -20.0 -77.7
TV SETS.................. 178.0 181.7 200.1 187.3 181.0 -3.6 -18.4 +12.8 +6.3
RADIOS................... 280.4 295.5 259.3 290.3 362.6 -15.1 +36.2 -31.n -72.4
SOUND REC AND REPROD..... 371.3 545.7 546.2 593.1 529.3 -174.4 -.5 -46.8 +63.8
TELECOM APP; EQP NSPF.... 532.0 574.0 569.9 617.4 639.7 -42.0 +4.1 -47.6 -22.2

MACHINERY--ELEC:
ELEC MACH; APP........... 1,327.7 1,401.5 1,484.9 1,611.3 1,610.8 -73.8 -83.4 -126.4 +.5
CIRC BRKS; BDS; RES...... 180.7 190.7 183.0 197.2 199.1 -9.9 +7.7 -14.2 -2.0
ELEC DIST EQP............ 137.5 112.5 111.8 112.2 116.5 +25.0 +.7 -.4 -4.3
ELEC MED EQP (U)......... 77.1 75.8 78.3 86.6 86.2 +1.4 -2.5 -8.4 .4
ELEC HHLD EQP............ 154.3 144.4 153.9 186.7 224.3 +9.9 -9.4 -32.9 -31.5
TUBES; TRANS; SEMCON..... 431.9 561.6 508.7 654.2 667.6 -129.7 +52.8 -145.5 -13.4
ELEC MACH; APP (U)....... 290.5 304.2 282.0 299.7 307.6 -13.8 +22.2 -17.7 -7.9

TRANSPORT EQUIPMENT:
PASSENGER CARS:
FROM CANADA............. 900.4 869.3 845.8 747.2 839.6 +31.1 +23.5 +98.6 -92.4
FROM JAPAN.............. 1,356.0 1,702.2 1,237.8 1,364.7 974.3 -346.2 +464.4 -126.9 +390.4
FROM OTHER COUNTRIES.... 593.7 850.2 637.9 943.3 807.2 -256.5 +212.3 -305.4 +136.1
TPKS; BUSES; CHAS (U).... 641.5 830.6 819.9 849.0 765.2 -189.1 +10.7 -29.1 +83.8
MTRCYS; BICYS PTS........ 95.4 151.0 123.9 114.R 102.7 -55.6 +27.1 +9.1 +12.2
MTR VEH AND TRCTR PTS.... 794.8 782.2 765.8 789.1 780.4 +12.5 +16.4 -23.2 +8.6
AIRCRFT; SPCECRFT; PTS(U) 263.1 331.4 481.7 351.9 278.6 -68.3 -150.4 +129.8 +73.3
AIRCRAFT--COM; MIL (U)... 130.4 139.3 261.2 176.9 148.7 -8.9 -121.9 +84.3 +28.2
SPACECRAFT (U ........... 4.8 3.6 14.8 3.5 2.6 +1.2 -11.2 +11.3 +.9
AIRCRAFT PTS (U)......... 127.9 143.8 205.7 171.5 127.3 -15.9 -61.9 +34.2 +44.2

MANUFACTURES, MISC:
SANIT PLMB; HEAT FIX..... 41.0 41.8 39.3 44.0 47.5 -.8 +2.4 -4.6 -3.5
FURNITURE AND PARTS...... 282.9 301.6 314.7 311.4 307.3 -18.7 -13.1 +3.3 +4.1
TRAVEL GOODS; HANDBAGS... 121.9 109.5 135.5 129.4 134.5 +12.4 -25.9 +6.1 -5.2
CLOTHING................. 1,298.9 1,145.0 1,342.3 1,201.3 1,566.8 +153.9 -197.4 +141.0 -365.4
FOOTWEAR................. 562.1 525.7 434.0 473.8 516.8 +36.4 +91.7 -39.8 -43.0
PHOTO APP; SUPP.......... 182.3 149.9 173.6 157.3 178.7 +32.4 -23.7 +16.3 -21.4
OPTICAL GOODS (U)........ 93.7 94.8 95.8 85.9 95.6 -1.1 -1.0 +9.9 -4.7
WATCHES AND CLOCKS....... 137.4 110.4 155.8 96.1 100.4 +27.0 -45.4 +59.6 -4.3
ART OF RUB; PLAST NSPF... 196.8 209.5 210.1 193.5 213.3 -12.7 -.6 +16.6 -19.8
PRINTED MATTER........... 96.8 90.8 85.4 98.1 100.8 +6.0 +5.3 -12.6 -2.7
TOYS; GAMES; SPORT GDS... 299.1 350.2 379.0 408.8 408.7 -51.1 -28.8 -29.8 0.n
ARTWKS AND ANTIQUES (U).. 140.6 169.6 177.0 140.4 257.5 -28.9 -7.4 +36.6 -117.2
NUMISMATIC COINS (U)..... 60.2 49.0 39.0 29.8 70.0 +11.2 +9.9 +9.3 -40.3
MUSIC INSTR; PTS; ACC (U) 164.8 133.6 149.4 154.3 155.9 +31.2 -15.8 -4.9 -1.5
MISC MANUFACTURES NSPF... 86.2 83.8 91.9 93.8 102.7 +2.4 -8.1 -1.9 -8.9

COMMODITIES, NSPF:
SPECIAL TPANSACTIONS..... 626.5 578.2 620.7 530.2 547.4 +48.3 -42.5 +90.5 -17.2
NONMONETARY GOLD (U)..... 184.3 147.5 169.7 215.1 219.7 +36.8 -22.3 -45.3 -4.6








TABLE 2. U.S. EXPORTS AND GENERAL IMPORTS OF MERCHANDISE BY SELECTEn COMMOni[T GROUPINGS, WORLn AREAS AND
COUNTRIES--continued


PART F. SELECTED IMPORTS B SELErTED COMMODITY GPOuPINGS, CUSTOMS VALUE BASIS:


FOOD/ANIMALS:
LIVE ANIMALS.............
MEAT AND MEAT PREP (U)...
DAIRY PROD; EGGS.........
FISH AND FISH PREP.......
FISH, FR; DRD; SHELLFISH.
SHELLFISH ................
VEG; FRUT; NUT...........
VEG; FRESH, CHL, FRZN ....
FRiITS AND NUTS (U)......
SUGAR (U) ................
COFFEE (Ul...............
COCOA (U)................

BEVERAGES/TOBACCO:
ALCOHOLIC BEVEPAGES......
WINE.................... .
TOBAC UNMFR (U)..........

CRUDE MATERIAL, FE FU:
HIDE, SKIN, UNOPsn (U)...
FUPSKINS, UNDRESSED......
OILSn; OILNTS; KEPNLS (U)
CRIJU E RUBRBER (0U).........
LUMBER...................
PULP AND WASTEPAPER......
WOOL; OTR ANIMAL HAIR (11)
CRUDE FERTILIZERS (iU)....
STONE; SAND; GRAVEL (U)..
CRUDE MINERALS, NSPF.....
IRON ORE AND CONCENTRATES
BASE METAL ORES (U)......
BAUYITE AND ALUMINA (U)..
PRECIOUS METAL ORES......
CRIIDE VEG MAT NSPF.......

MINERAL FUELS:
COAL; COKE; BRIO (II).....
NATURAL GAS (II) ..........

CHEMICALS AND PROD:
ORGANIC CHEMICALS (UI) ....
INORGANIC CHEMICALS (1I)..
MED. PHARMA PROn.........
MFR FERTILIZERS..........
CHEM MAT; PROn NSPF (U)..

MANUFACTURES BY MAT:
TIRES AND TUBES (U)......
WOOD; VENEERS; PLY.......
WOOD MANUFACTURE'S NSPF..
STANDARD NEWSPRINT.......
TXTLE YRN; FBRC; ARTCL...
TEXTILE YARN; THREAD (u).
TEXTILE FABPIrS..........
GLASS ....................
POTTERY ..................
GEM DIAMONDS (U).........
IRON AND STL MLL PROD (ul
IRN OR STL BPS, RDS......
IRN OR STL PLTS; SHEETS..
IRON OR STEEL WIRE.......
IRN OR STL TRS, PIPES (U)
SILVER BULLION (U).......
PLATINUM (U).............
COPPER ( U)...............
NICKEL (JU)..............
ALUMINUM (U) .............


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199.5
36.8
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-90.7
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-94.5
-4.7
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-13.0
-25.4
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TABLE 2. U.S. EXPORTS ANn GENERAL IMPORTS OF
COlluNTRIES--cnritinued


MERCHANDISE BY SELECTED COMMODITY GROUPINGS, WORLD AREAS AND


1985 MONTH-TO-MONTH CHANGE IN VALUE


JULY JUNE MAY APRIL
ITEM JULY JUNE MAY APPIL MARCH VEPSUS VERSUS VERSUS VERSUS
JUNE MAY APRIL MARCH



TABLE 2. PART F--continued


MANUFACTURES BY MATERIAL--continued
ZINC (U)................. 42.0
NAILS; SCREWS; BOLTS..... 77.6
BASE METAL MFRS NSPF (U). 166.0


61.3 36.9 4R.4
86.7 93.6 86.3
174.4 17n.n 16n.R


49.5 -19.3 +24.5 -11.6 -1.1
107.7 -9.0 -6.9 +7.3 -21.4
184.6 -8.4 .4.4 +9.2 -23.8


MACHINERY--NON-ELEC:
PWR GENRTING MACH .......
AGRI MACH; PTS; TRCTR (U)
TXTLE; LTHR MACH.........
PAPR; PPTNG EOP (U)......
METALWORKING MACHINERY...
GEN IND MACH; PTS........
OFFC MACH; ADP EQP.......
TELECOM APP; EOP; PTS....
TV SETS..................
RADIOS ...................
SOUND REC AND REPROD.....
TELECOM APP; EOP NSPF....

MACHINERY--ELEC:
ELEC MACH; APP...........
CIRC BRKS; BDS; RES......
ELEC DIST EQP............
ELEC MED EQP (U).........
ELEC HHLD EOP............
TUBES; TRANS; SEMCON.....
ELEC MACH; APP (U).......

TRANSPORT EQUIPMENT:
PASSENGER CARS:
FROM CANADA..............
FROM JAPAN...............
FROM OTHER COUNTRIES.....
TRKS; BUSES; CHAS (U)....
MTRCYS; BICYS PTS........
MTR VEH AND TRCTR PTS....
AIRCRAFT; SPCECRFT; PTS(U)
AIRCRAFT-COM; MIL (U)....
SPACECRAFT (U)...........
AIRCRAFT PTS (U).........

MANUFACTURES, MISC:
SANIT PLMB; HEAT FIX.....
FURNITURE AND PARTS......
TRAVEL GOODS; HANDBAGS...
CLOTHING.................
FOOTWEAR.................
PHOTO APP; SUPP..........
OPTICAL GOODS (U)........
WATCHES AND CLOCKS.......
ART OF RUB; PLAST NSPF...
PRINTED MATTER...........
TOYS; GAMES; SPORT GDS...
ARTWKS AND ANTIQUES (U)..
NUMISMATIC COINS (U).....
MUSIC INSTR; PTS; ACC (U)
MISC MANUFACTURES NSPF...

COMMODITIES, NSPF:
SPECIAL TRANSACTIONS.....
NONMONETARY GOLD (U).....


568.1
121.7
84.6
115.6
223.8
663.6
847.8
1,338.0
173.8
273.6
364.6
518.6


1,290.1
176.0
134.3
75.0
146.4
425.6
279.4



900.3
1,285.5
577.8
606.1
88.2
770.6
261.7
130.0
4.8
126.8


37.2
258.8
112.2
1,210.2
526.2
177.3
90.7
134.4
182.5
92.3
274.9
138.6
60.1
159.0
78.1


647.R
12ln.8
80.5
123.9
230. .q
698.7
960. n
1,503. I
176.P
287.6
535. 4
55R.4


1,357.8
183.6
100.2
73.5
116.1
553.0
202.0



869.3
1,610.r
826.7
80?2.
13q.9
753.7
32c.4
13q.n
3.5
112.2


38.11
273.4
lrIn.5
1,066.2

145. 7
91.3
107. A
193.7
86.4
321.3
167.?

758.3
75.3


678.6
117.7
73.4
10P..2
242.6
696.2
944.5
1,555.4
194.8
251.A
536.1
554.0


1,440.1
177.4
n10.4
75.0
144.R.
500.q
270.8



R45. 7
1,175.2
620.4
789. 1
114.r,
743.?
479.7
260.7
14.p
204.?


35.6F
281.5
123.4
1, 74.R.'
4n2.6A
169.,1
q2.2
151.5
194.2
.1 0
345.?
174.4
38.9
143. k
81.9


681.3
134.6
90n.
125.7
238.4
665.5
924.6
1,576.7
18?.4
282. 7
582.6
60 1.4


1,567.9
191.7
10n9.9
84.?
176.0
645.2
288.9



747.2
1,2q5.0
917.5
816.5
107.3
765.8
35n.0n
176.5
3.1
17n.n


40.2
279.3
118.3
1,116.4
439.7
152.8P
82.q
q3. 3
17q. c
q3. 3
375.1
138.3

149.8
R3. 3


619.8
162.9
117.9
126.4
2n3.1
72n. 7
936.1
1,65n.4
176.2
352. 7
519.1
622.6


1,564.8
19q3.R
113.6
83.6
211.2
657.Q
295.7



839.5
91q9.
7P.4.4
740.3
95.6
758.1
276.8
14R.3
2.5
1?6.0


43.2
274.3
122.7
1,458.4
47q.7
173.3
92.4
97.9
197.2
95.8
371.1
254.7
69..
150.2
91.4


-79.8
+.9
+4.0
-8.3
-16.1
-35.1
-12.3
-255.1
-?.9
-14.n
-171.2
-3q.R


-67.7
-7.6
+25.1
+1.5
+10.0
-127.4
-12.5



.31.0
-324.5
-247.q
-196.2
-ST. 7
-16.8
-67.7
-9.0
+1.1
-15.4


-.8
-11.6
+11. 7
.144.0
+37.3
+31.6
-.7
.26.R
-10.7
+5.9
-46.4
-28.6
+11.3
+10.7
,2.7


-30.8
.3.2
+7.1
+15.7
-2.7
+2.5
-84.5
+37.7
-18.0
+35.9
-.13
+3.5


-82.4
+6.2
+.7
-2.4
-8.5
+52.1
.21.1



+23.6
+434.8
+205.3
+13.2
+24.4
+10.5
-150.3
-121.7
-11.3
-62.0


+2.4
-8.1
-22.
-192.5
+86.3
-23.3
-.9
-43.9
-1.1
+5.4
-23.9
-7.2
+10.0n
-15.5
-6.6


-2.7
-17.0
-16.6
-17.5
+4.1
+30.7
+20.0
-21.4
+12.4
-30.9
-46.6
-46.5


-127.8
-14.3
-1.5
-8.4
-31.2
-144.3
-18.1



+9R.5
-119.8
-297.1
-27.4
+7.1
-22.5
.129.7
.84.2
+11.4
+34.2


-4.6
+2.2
+5.1
-132.3
-37.0
+16.1
+9.3
*58.3
+14.7
-12.3
-29.9
+36.1
+9.2
-5.0
-1.4


619.0 571.1 611.8 522.1 53Q.9 +47.9 -40.7 +89.4
184.1 147.1 16q.4 214.P 219.6 +37.0 -22.3 -45.4


NOTE: Effective with July 1984 statistics, the seasonal and/or working-day adjustment factors applied to the export
and import commodity groupings data shown in table 2 parts 0, E and F will he updated on a rotating basis at
the beginning of each quarter. The adjustment factors applied to data shown in table 2 parts A, B, and C will
continue to be updated only at the heqinninq of each calendar year.


+61.5
-28.2
-27.9
-.7
+35.3
-55.2
-11.5
-73.7
+6.1
-70.0
+63.6
-21.2


+3.1
-2.1
-3.6
+.6
-35.2
-12.7
-6.8



-92.3
.375.2
+133.1
+76.2
+11.7
+7.6
+73.1
+2R.2
+.9
44.0


-3.0
+5.0
-4.4
-342.0
-40.0
-20.5
-9.5
-4.6
-17.7
-2.5
+3.8
-116.5
-40.2
-1.4
-R.1


-17.6
-4.7






Table 3. U.S. Exports of Domestic and Foreign Merchandise by Month: JANUARY 1984 to JULY 1985
(in mill.ona of collars. Data are on a .a. S U.5. port ol exploration ,alue l .. See 'Etplanaiion oi Stra.:tic;. to.r infrr,.1aton on cn --,.e alm.nl,*ln c, in.
eDport valuation, decrlption of hne Schedule E conirodit, aectioni ana sources ,la furtner ir.f;tr..oan. uniliuatelJ a01 :hGauld be uiea tor annu.i to1.1, r..ea r-.re
seasonalI adjusted ar.r.u- tIlaL, are not ;n,r-n. 1otal& rep.'e;ent w uo unrurdeo liqu'e;3 arid a ,rp tr-. a.fi, o1 rounder. ar.,iunr)

Scneaul, E ;C tionsn,D 8iret.c Mrcnard,.e-, Excluainq DOD Grar, Aid .lpinT .ns,
ana ioeigr. (icerpartz) -.necndiie lot.l D
Period _Il lrnllr. ( a i an .ir.n p i I
Section I Sect.on | section Sect. on Section | Sectinr. | ecI-.on .e r3r. .Ic.. ., Ser I i r. .. ie.- n) .I n r..r.

a.3.. lue, icasInjil, a I T__ I
1 | I I I I I I I I I I I
JANuARY 0 JULY......... 11,18.681 1,.-.31 101.5.2j 5,386.91 90.. i1 1.791 1 8 5.- ?1 5r'.0O.7? 9,098 61 6.-. 9 & I ,0 1i5 7%3.51 10
NOIiLI AVERACES ....... 1,631 5I 206.3 1,....9.31 709.01 129.2 1 6.'.3 ,191. 8.000.11 1,299 61 9.3 8 535.1 17,963 1
JAutR ............ .... 1.937..2 223.8 1.620 5 .0-1 3 |. I S. 13. ,986.BI 1.252.3| 362.11 1,380.9o S. 5 .9 3 19 l1 1 .5
TFERUAR ........... .... 1,.'2.0| 263.2| 1,596.2 785.51 160.. '81,4 .1 1,| 0. -: .'281."'| 1 6.2 u .9 ."- 17.83 3 1.5
MARC .............. 1,69 .8 2.'8.6| 1,500.6 753 9 131 1, 6 1,16 "I 8. 0.6 1 36.'.3 9| ..' 55.0 18,-- .. 1 .
APRIL........ ....... 1,665.5| 2i.7.2 1,490.21 7?8. 1 107.6 1,80i.7| 174.I| 'i 01.2 1,2 61..| 908.5 -61 0 17.7"- 9| .6
MAY....... ........ 1,.55.| ..'.5 1,0.8 837. 106.4 1,827.71 1,125.'| '.90.3.. 1,270 9 960.11 521.2 17 .1- .3
JUNE.......... ... 1,89.1 12 ,-.91 1 0 5 707.81 1729.71 1,65. 9 1.2-.9.81 7.8691.81 1,330 71 96 17 1.
JUL T. ............... 1, | 59.0 1,373 .1 5,9.9 131 3 1,.59 5 1,169 3 ',829.& 1 -1..| 9'0 7 7. 1, 11
AuGusL ........ ..
SEPTEMBel .... .l ...|
Ci0 ........ .... 1 1 1 I
., 0l .......... ..... 9. 1 1 2168 1 1 20 1 ) 8 1 '"1 1 1I
REC E P ...... ......


JANUARYt O JULIf......... 17.911.4I 1.8. 16a.-| 5,171.0 120. 12.8.5 a1 8,825.- .1 60.|1 -a .i 5,85-.51 5,2.- l1;5,50 I I F 7
MONITLT AVERAGE-:........ 1,987. 3 20..1 1.738.! .38.7 172.1 1, 35 1 11 60 8. 7.372.6 18. -...| 83- 0 .6; 9I 17,?i 8.o .a2
JAhuAlO ..... ............ 159 0 1 198.51 1.790.11 582 d II i 1.10) i 1.300.0 7..,- 1,| 3.; 5 .. -'8.9 17 68 .1 7 1 .;
IEBtuAr ......... ... 1,938.9 231.. .75. .0 502.21 17.0.5 1. '0-.-| 1, .60-0 '.1.. ...9 l 1.551' 0
111C...... ....... 2,219 1 230.0 1, 5 79.1 I 23' 6 '.71'." 1 -7.o| ',15. 0 1. '. I d1.i .5 62 1'95 7 11
APkIL........... .. 1,939.7 211.11 1,68 .0 7 I8.8 131.9| 1.776.-. 1.19.0[ 7.5;2- .' I 20 5 865.')1 ..-9 1 5 -
M" ......... .... 19a 1 .2 1I8 5 1,73. 0 90 1 81 '. -' I 1,26. | ',-.5.7| 1,2 .- I 6.1.5| -25 a 17' 9'n |
Jui: ................ 1 '76.8 202.9, 1,."8."2 871.6| l- l.8 I 2I 1 1 .9 6] 7.=-D 1 1 30- 69 -". l7 1 r, .5 1.i
I 6 1. -21 8o1.6 1, 1 .8 2 1 23961 0 z 1
JULY....... ........... 1 .7 177.9| 1'799 5 7. 168 6 06-. 1 13 i l 6 1. 9. 1 1.1 1 9,1 2.
. ......... .... 1. 5. 10 1,619.2 0".T .) 111 I 1 i 01 I ?60 0l '.-'0 6| 1.30, .5 | 1 0 '" .' 6a 18 1?'.9| .1
I E RE BER ..... ... I ,- 1 2 1 11 1,-.77 (I 1 19.61 1-3.8| 1.;-6.- 1. '8d 11 7.1. t 1 i :,. -1 1a 'I 1.11 I16 ,.9 7
OC 0006 ....... .... .011 | 0| 1 .-:: "' "' '.1 | 'I13 I 1 -.l| 1 Si 7 I 1 [ 68 7 I 5 -i I 0.1 9|
.OVEM6E .. ... ..... I ., ,0 |l 05 1 .i0.1 ,' a 3l i |.3 I I 3 ; I '.'"1[ 1 '.2 | 73 l 9I -" | 5I a; i. 3- I '
DEf-MBER ..j 1 i 1 1 3. 81 c' 1 1.6,; ll 11..1 1 1 1. .j

S j. I I I I I I I ur u I


JANUAKh 10 JULT ......... I 11,l 1,.. 1 31 10,77.21 5,386.91 90-.3 12,9;1.21 872.7 56',73. 9.172.t 6,- 69 3,'-6..1 127. .S 53 10.2
MONiHLY AERAGS...... 1,651.31 20. 3 1,-8;.5 769.61 19.21 1,-5. 0 1,210 4 ,1'..8| 1 0.'10. 31 f 53 5.1I 16 109 :| 1.5
JANUARY............... 1.9 7.21 2! 81 1.729.01 80..31 137.5 1 937.1 1.21o.0 '.986.51 1,30-. .1 .a.6 5-9.7' 18,6. .31 .6
;E ut, ..1..... 1,72.O| 63. 13. 785.5 160 i. 1. 1'.6| 1,102.3 7.6 8 I 170.7 653.0 7 7.-11.81 1
MaC.... .... 169-.8I 278 | 1,676.21| 553.9 101.- 1,958 1| 1,89.31 9 ..8.. 1 520 7 ~8.- 2L 565.a 20.58.-I .
APRIL ............... 1,665 51 27.21 1 59-.' 731 8 | 10'.6 ,'67.6| '1,29.3| 7,96. 1, 255.|1 908.5 -81.0 17.,99 19 2..
MA, .......... .. I 1,55.0i 1.7.5| 1 31' 2| a37.1 loo..l 1,882.6| 1,27.1| 6.555.31 l,3'o.6| 60 11 531 2 16,3..5
JUNE......... ...... 1,.89 11 1.-.9 1,2 8.1 70'7 19.7 1.777.. 9 81 8. ,5'. .i 1. .0 6.. 1 010.11 1.9
JUL ............ .... 1,.5 1 159.0 1.11.5.1 9.|1 131.31 1.780.aO 1,119.0| ,.1 .l 10.-.1 '8.3| 55..! 16,75.z 1.2
SEPIEMiER ...... .
DCIOBEP....... .... |
NOVEMBER.............I I I I I I
DE N ER ......... ..... I I I
19 I I I I I I I I I
jA.UUail T0 DECEMBER..... 12...62.5I 2.81.- 9 .21.8.9 9,310.5 1,922.2 a2,356. i I 139.8 89,9.8.. I15,69.' 9 lI.0od i3 5,831.0 217,865.2 2i 9
jANuAP TO JULY......... 13,911.4 1,.48.1. 12.-61.7 5,171.01 1.20..-.7 13,. .5 8,981.1 52,520 01 9.1-6..1 t5,E .. 3 69.-I 127,07.'.3I 15.'
OMLf AERAGES... .... 1,967. 20-..1 1,783.1 738.7 172.1 1,863.1 1.283.01 7,502.91 1.06.91 837.0i 69.9 18 18 8.2A 2.2
jAtARY................. 2,159.01 196.51 1 867.11 582.- 168.91 1,759 -I 1.2.8.0 6.806.1 1,268.21 68..51 .73 9 17.,1l.61 3.9
E RlARY..... ....... 1 938.9 231.4 1,56.. 502.2 170 1.7 1 1,20.7 6.997.-| 1,219.81 778.5 -25 9 17.103 1.
A M... ............ 9. 26.0 075.537.6 1.8 3.8 1,3 8,0.1.'I 1.Z .-. 61 6 5 .6 19.60 .7 1.
APRIL. ....... ...... 1,9 11 1 1 9 8 31.3 7,9 1.8| 805.0 -9 3 17, 9.1 3
MA .......... ....... 1 981. 168 1855.7| 9 18 7 1,039 .. 7 38.-I 9.-| 1.3| .6 1 9
JUE..................I. 16,6.61 202.9 1.6. 871.6 I... 2.066 11 1,312.1 7.81..51 1.3 71 8;2.0u1 .;5.0O 16,179 8O 1 5
JUL ....... ....... 1 976.7 177.91 1 73.81 76 168.8 2,05-.3| .3 ', 1 1.3.9.0 1,0- .3 1 18 361 2
GU........ ......... 1,9 16.0 1376.31 877.6 111. 1,88' -. 1.259.5j 6 65- 6| .206 !| 1,07 7 '.| 1,359 | .1
PIEMHBEl. ...........I b 55 1 251 1 1,211.11 819.61 1. 6 1,86 .6 1 ,2.. .8 7.21..-| 1 77.0 76 '. 51 I 1'i .. 1
OCIu BE ................. 011. l 525.0' 1,396.01 7,57. 39 .1 1. 9 7.1 1,277.'I 7.91 ..6| 1, 7.5, 668.31 55 1. -1 2 1
E BE ..... ..... 00. | -05 3 1 7.1 712.3 155.3 1,58.3 1.191 6 7..70.5 1,?66. l 9.9 1 17 .1 .9
DE BE ............... ,099 2 313.51 1,956.6 972.8 1 167.1 1,837.| ,165.0 7,973 7 1,296.61 81.5 519.6 19,135.3|

Me-cnanaise entering Tne urn.itea st ite. a,. i.Tpor and olicn at ine imet of e-poe.Iation are in .uCiantiall, i e Trio ohna i r.3n a e non iap.v.rtea
Represent: onlT eoporl hipir.lers foran tne united Stale, .na ainter -r cn trie Le'arae-r,( 01 Drfenze M(1j) RILtjr T A: il 3..:e nog97avi.. C.1 a. ir.pdents unaPr .
this p8ogran a. follGMa, (a) trandier: ot In .Tq toral D-OCured OuS. ? t r.e United 'late i and trante.:; trrii OX r .-5O 35 o .'.; k I.z d.le Z- Z a C.TPrt c n.p
rents, I ) export l.ue, I .3 ua ort or eportaio. *nereas DO ,,lue. .r. ni,'st intnce., iS .5 '. oir.I or .g.r; (1- data h.prr.i- .pre3.1 t Ire
DOo a., a g..e. .t.nr. r 1. incluaid .n o.reau aO tr.e Cens.us report in ;re ic2nd .onln ItuDeqrur, o the rl .. .*potcta a, r.e l"i0
3 Aault ed r for o.ral aml 0orli.nqg 3e ,a- atIo 1n, t -nI or char.ge. in p. .ce l vEl A1au,1IFar,[ -rcto.1 a.C not bDeer. ppl.J. 1 Uat. 'ar c..'tn. i, 1., 1 ., 9
&nd foreign rercnarie e d.ue tohe .3a' e o .den i.dDLe deaiJontl ptern: The i. oJ, ed:o onal' Jiiu M3 ; Slic.r.l 0 l' u, torn.gn ra wh r.n .r, T.ale 1. ccllir. 1








Table 4. U.S. General Imports of Merchandise by Month: JANUARY 1984 to JULY 1985

(In vnl Ii ons of dollars. Data are on a c.i.f U.S. port ol entry value basis. See "Explanaton of Slttainics* for information on coverage, definition
of the airport valuation. description of the Schedule A comildty sections and sources of further inforoali on. unadjusted data should be used for
annual totals therefore, seasonatlty adjusted annual totals are not Ehoan. Totals represent sui of unrounaded figures and may very iroa ss of rounded
asouit a)


Period


1985

JANUARY TO JULY................

MONTHLY AVERAGES..............

JANUARY.......................
F EBRUAR .............. .......
IARCH......... .............
APRIL ....... .................
MAY... .......................
JUl E ................. .......

JULT ..........................
AUGUSI... ..............
SEPIEMBER............ ........
ocTOBER .............. .....
NOVEMBER .......... ..
DECEMBER..................
1984

JANUARY TO JUL...............

MONTHLY AVERAGES..............

JANUARY............ ...........
FEBRUARf. .....................
MARCII........................
APRIL .........................
lAY ................ ........
JuE..........................
JULY .......................
AUGUST.....................
SEPTEMBER .....................
OE BER ..... ..................
CEBER .... ......... .... ..
DECENGER ..................... .


1985

JANUARY TO JULY...............

MONTHLY AVERAGES..............

JANUARY......................
FEBRUARY ...................
NARC"............ .........
APRIL .....................
Ar ......... ....... .. .....
JUNE ..........................

JULY...........................
AUGUST.......................
SEPTEMBER .....................

NOVEMBER......................
DECEMBER.....................
1984


Schedule A sections
Total
I (Sections
Section I ecton Section Section section Section Section Section Section Section 0 9)
0 2 3 5 6

C.%.f. value, seasonally adJusted


12,123.8 2,256.7 6,584.5 31.727.9
172.0 322. 940.6 4,532.6
1 793 0 318.7 941.8 '.,597.4
1,700.9 271.5 1,012.5 4,130.1
2,032.91 287.9 1.055.2 3,463.61
1,67551 313.61 901.8 5,047.8
1,733.4 371.71 858.3 4,916.2
1.703.6 384.5 878.5 5,278.4

1,484.4 308.9 956.3 4,294.41







11,536.7 2,297.8 6,962.3 37,770.6

1,648.1 328.3 994.6 5,395.81

1,590.1 314.8 952.9 5,268.2
1,601.0 306.3 1,123.6 5,190.4
1,738.1 284.1 970.0 5,516.0
1,849.5 353.6 1,011.2 5,848.2
1,631.4 288.4 950.2 4,876.2
1.367.6 340.6 8 5405.4

1,758.91 410.1 1,097.7 5.666.3
1.519.2 330.5 926.0 5,090.1
1,612.. 339.3 1,107.8 *,839.2
I,74...81 5.7..| 935.0 5,556.5
,.66.91 58.3.31 960.3 5,397.2
I, 7.7bj 308.4| 1,029.2 4,848.1|


I I I

12,123.81 2,256.7 6.669.3 31,727.9

1.732.0 322.4 952.8 4,532.6

1,793.0 318.7 909.8 4,597.4
1,700.9 271.5 925.4 4,130.1
2,032.9 287.9 1,046.6 3,463.6
1,675.5 313.6 910.8 5,047.8
1,733.4 371.7 955.31 4,916.2
1,703.6 384.5 981.3 5,278.4

1,484.41 308.91 940.1 4,294.41


JANUARY TO DECEMBER........... 19,427.7 4,006.51 11,882.0 63,296.7

JANUARY TO JULY............... 11,536.7 2,297.8 7,044.5 37,770.6

MONLY AVERAGES.............. 1,648.11 328.31 1,006.4 5,395.8

JANUARY....................... 1,590.1 314.81 919.5 5,268.2
FEBRUARY....................... 1,601.0, 306.31 1,029.3 5,190.4
MARCI......................... 1,738.1 2B4.0 979.7 5,516.0
APRIL......................... 1,849.5 353.6 1,021.3 5,848.2
MAY .......................... 1,631.4 288.4 1,058.5 4.,876.2
JUNE.......................... 1,367.6 340.6 956.1 5,405.4

JULY ......................... 1,758.9 410.11 1,080.1 5,666.3
AUGUST ....................... 1,519.2 330.51 93-..3 5.090.1
SEPTEMBER...................... 1,612.4 339.3 1,094.5 .834,.2
OCTOBER................... 1,744.8 347.2 930.4 5.356.5
NOEMBER...................... 1,466.9 383.3 960.3 5.397.2
DECEMBER...................... 1,547.6 308.4 91i8. 4. 8.1


428.7

61.3
72.7
55.4
59.3
49.2
66.9
55.0
70.3







407.2

58.2

89.2
-8.7
61.4
48.0
68.0
40.7

51.3
73.4
68.61
70.2
60.0
62.4


9,079,0 28,741.51 0,248.5 29,06.81 6.682.6 206,960.0
1297.01 4,105.9 11.464.11 4,155.31 95.7 29,565.7

1,205.5 4,234.0 11,531.0 3,872.21 1,120.4 29,686.7
1,210.5 3,884.6 11,865.7 *,326.4 841.51 29.298.9
1,380.7 .,464.7 11. 73.4| 4,372.3 922.21 ?9,492.2
1,203.7 i,895.0 11,732.6 5,886.8 925.0 29,628.9
1,489.8 .,04.7.4 11,229.2 4,399.1 967.9| 30.079.9
1,461.4 4,361.5 11,822.4 3,998.6 909.41 30,853.2

1,127.61 3,856.31 10,594.41 .,231.51 996.11 27,920.2

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8,452.1 28,698.7 70,772.2 26,416.0 5.897.21 199,210.7
1,207.41 .,099.8 10,110.31 3,773.7 8.2.5 28,1.58.7

1.105.8 5,998.3 9,850.6 3,401.6 825.5 27.397.0
1.033.5 3,944.8 9,371.1 3,277.3 690.7 27.587.4
1,290.5 &,063.0 9,888.6 3,588.71 77.51 28.177.8
1.386.9 35957.0 10,227.6 3,740.2 948.51 29,400.
1,187.8 3,950.3 9,919.9 3,592.1 798.01 27.262.3
1.079.3 3,841.4 9.02.0 3,293.4 833.5 26,460.5

1,368.3 .,913.9 12,112.31 4,522.81 1,023.- 32,925.0
112.,.8 4.,215.9 10,.553.6 3.728..1 750.71 28,212.7
1,317.7 ,322.5 11,38..0 5,932.91 83.7 29,753.0
1,117.51 ..092.9 10,021.6 3,65..0 T 74.0 28.063.8
1.163 91| 035.3 10,220.3 3,933.8 9"7.71 28.616.6
1,193.1| 3,575.9[ 1.13-.1I 5 722.0 755.0 27,175 7
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C.i.f. value, tarwadjuted



428.8 9,091.0 28,671. 81,754.1 28,642.0 6,682.6 208, .8

61.3 1.298.71 .096.0 11,679.21 4,091.71 95.7 29,721.1

72.7 1,205.5 4,297.5 12,038.3 3,891.5 1,120.41 350,2..9
55.4 199.. 35.89.7 10,370.6 3,82..5[ 8.1.5 27,169.1
59.3 1,382.1 4,'88.8 12,115.9 4,407.1 922.2 30,106.5
49.2 1,178.4 3,912.5 12,225.35 ,669.1 925.0 29,907.2
66.9 1,525.5 4,051.5 12,015.2 &,108.8 967.9 50,712.4
55.0 1,455.5 .,331.0 12,330.7 ..166.5 909.4& 31,595.9

70.31 1,144.6 3,8.0.91 10.658.01 .574.2 996.11 28,311.8







741.8 14,400.91 49,017.7 123.103.91 45,361.4 9.938.5 1,176.8

407.2 8,444.5 28.789.6 72.426.01 26,013.61 5,897.2 200.627.7

58.2 1,206.4 4,112.6 10,346.6 3,716.21 82.51 28,661.1

89.2 1,079.31 3,990.3 10,205.3 3,1.15.2 825.5 27,697.4
48.7 1,100.7 4.008.0 8,480.8 3,776.81 690.7 26,232.6
61.4 1,276.3' 4,107.6 t0.60.1 3606.6 777.51 286.987.5
48.0 1,361. 3,967.0 10.53..5 ,530.86 948.5 29,482.7
68.0 1,187.|1 .,009.6 10,59,.5 35,362.2 798.0 27,874.5
40.7 1,083.61 3,803.0 9,919.1 3,l28.4 833.5 27,177.9

51.31 1,335.4 .,904.1I 12,051.8 4,891.61 1,023.- 533.175.0
73.4 1,151.8 4,20.2 10,160.9 .,179.61 750.7 28,.10.7
68.6 1,312.4 i 4292.2 10,632.7 t,164.9 833.7 29,184.9
70.2 1,134.51 4,076.5 10.472.6 3,990.21 72.0 28,846.6
60.0 1,169.61 4,077.61 10,199.9 3,886.6 977.7 28,579.1
62.4 1,188.31 3,561.61 9.211.9 3,126.5 755.0 25.527.8


1 Adjusted for seasonal and working-day variation, but not for changes in price Level. Adjustment factors have not been appt ied to data for
sections 0, 1, 3, 4, and 9 due to the absence of identifiable seasonal patterns. The sum of seasonally adjusted sections 09 i5 shOan in table I,
column 3.







Table 5. U.S. General Imports of Merchandise by Month: JANUARY 1984 to JULY 1985
(In maillons of dollars. Dare are on a I'ustoms value basis. See "Eiplanatior. of Statistics" for information on co.erage. defnltion of the import
valuation, description of The Schedule A commodity sections and sources of further information. uraajusted data should be u3ed for annual totals
therefore, seasonally adjusted annual totals are not shon. Total represent su. of unroundea figure, and may vary from sun of rounded amounts)


Schedule A sections
Total
Period (Sections
Section Section Section Section Section Section Section Section Section Section 0-9)
2 6 7 a 9

Customs value, seasonally adjusted


JA UART TO1 JULY...............


11,119.21 2,034.2


MONItLi AVERAGES............... 1,588.5

JANUARY....................... 1,647.5
FEBpUARr..................... 1,570...
MARCo......................... 1,868.2
APRIL ..... ................... 1,520.3
IAY ........................... 1583.4
JulE......................... 1,565.1


JUL ...........................
AUCuST....................
SEPTIMBER................
OCIOBER ...................
NOVEMBE.R.................
DECEH ER ......................

1986

JANUARY TO JULY..............

MONTHLY AVERAGES..............
JANUARY.......................
tEBBRUART......................
NARC ..........................
APRIl .........................
MA ............................
JUNE ..........................

JUL ................... ......
AUGuST.................. .....
SEPIENMBE ............ ......
OCTOBE ...... ... ......
kOVEMBE. ....... .... .......
DECETBEr.. .... .... ..




1985

JANIUARY TO JULY..............


1,364.4


10,658.31

1,522.6

1,471.31
1,488.71
1,606.0
1,702.2
1,496.8
1,263.6

1,629.6
1,411.1
1,496.0]
1,609.91
1,536.8J
1,40.71


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6,135.8 30,631.9 396.8 8,614.31 26,950.3 77,681.4
876.5 4,376.0 56.7 1.230.61 3,850.0 11,097.4

871.7 4,434.1 67.5 1,143.41 3,947.3 11,164.7
947.7 3,988.5 51.6 1,150.61 3,645.8 11,496.0
966.1 3,351.1 54.8 1,317.4 4,193.0 11,109.2
8.2.5 4,875.8 45.5 1,141.3 3,658.6 11,371.0
799.3 4,748.2 61.7 1,413.4 3,796.7 10,871.2
819.5 5,087.8 50.8 1,378.7 4,093.8 11,430.6

888.9 4,146.4 65.0 1,069.41 3,615.3 10,238.7


2,106.41 6,504.51 36,383.21 381.51 8,030.51 27,067.8 68,530.0

300.9 929.2 5,197.6 54.51 1,147.21 3,866.8 9,790.0

288.0 887.6 5,089.2 82.9 1,052.6 3,780.9 9,538.1
284.4 1,054.6 5,006.2 45.4 983.6 3,736.8 9,102.0
259.4 910.31 5,323.0 57.7 1,228.51 3,834.7 9,585.3
325.7 944.71 5,628.61 45.0 1,314.71 3,756.9 9,905.0
263.9 887.9 4,695.9 63.8 1,122.0 3,728.61 9,605.8
312.3 804.4 5,206.2 38.4 1,027.6 3,619.61 9,104.4

372.7 1,014.91 5,434.21 48.31 1,301.51 4,610.31 11,689.4
299.8 860.3 4,886.01 69.1 1,067.1 3,945.3 10,099.5
306.5 1,026.7 ,6t..1l -..S ,2W 81 4,061.01 11,030.1
314.3 871.3 5,168 0 66. l 1,065.9 3,847.51 9,707.8
348.4 894.7 5,207.2 56.3J 1,126.5 3,793.31 9,901.9
278.0 959.5 4,671.91 58.0 1,136.21 3,355.2 9,809.0


1119.2 2,034.2 6 8 306319

11,119.2 2,034.2 6,214.8 30,631.9


MONTHLY AVERAGES.............. 1,588.5 290.6 887.81 4,376.0

JANUARY ...................... 1,647.5 284.9 842.0 4,434.1
FEBRuAR Y.................... ..1,570.4 246.7 866.2 3,988.5
MARC ......................... 1,868.2 259.5 976.7 3,351.1
APRIL....................... 1,520.3 283.2 850.9 1 ,8.5.8
MA ................. ........ 1,583.4 336.0 889.7 ..,7,8.21
JUNE .......... ............... 1,565.1 347.2 915.4 5,087.8

JULY........................ 1,364.4 276.7 873.8 4,146.4
AUUSi ......................
SEPTEMBtR ........ ...........
OCTOBER .....................
NOVEMBER.....................
DECEMBER......................

1984
JANUARY TO DECEMBER........... 17,972.8 3,653.4 11,081.7 60,979.8l

JANUARY TO JULY ............... 10,658.3 2,106.3 6,581.6 36,383.21
NUTHLY AVERAGES.............. 1,522.6 300.9 940.2 5,197.61

IAUAR....................... 1,71.3 288.0 856.6 5,089.2
FEBRuAEr ...................... ,.88.' 284.4 966.1 5,006.2
MARC........................... 1,606.0 259.4 919.4 5,323.01
APRIL ........................ 1,702.2 325.7 954.2_ 5,628.o
MAY.................. ........ 1 96.8 263.9 989.1 .,695.9
JUNE.......................... ,263.6 312.3 897.71 5,206.2

JULY ........ ................. 1,629.6 372.7 998.7 5.434.2
AUGUSI.......................... 1,11.1 299.8 868. 1 & 886.0
SEPIEM&ii ............. ....... 1, 96.0 306.5 *.014. 4,663.4
OCrOBER....... ............... 1,09.9 314.3 867.0 5,168.0
NOVEMBER...................... 1,56.8 348.4 894.71 5,20'.
DECENBE ...................... ,440.7 28.0 855.9 4,671.9


27,259.7
3,894.2

3,624.0
4,054.3
4,095.9
3,640.8
4,116.9
3,750.2

3,977.6


6,622.2

946.0

1,112.0
833.1
913.9
916.3
957.9
901.1

987.8


197,445.7

28,206.5

28,296.9
27,984.7
28,129.2
28,295.3
28,684.8
29,424.8

26,630.2


24,778.3 5,827.61 190,268.0

3,539.8 832.51 27,181.1

3,197.3 816.7 26,204.5
4,034.9 682.8 26,419.5
3,373.6 769.7 26,948.2
3,512.1 938.8 28,073.7
3,358.4 788.9 26,011.9
3,079.5 820.2 25,276.2

4,222.51 1,010.5 31,334.0
3,485.7 742.5 26,866.3
3,676.1 824.9 28,409.4
3,416.0 715.6 26,782.7
3,676.8 969.4 27,331.3
3,476.9 747.7 25,933.1


Customs value, unadjusted



396.8 8,625.7 26,884.4 79,137.8 26,844.3 6,622.2 198,511.4

56.7 1,232.21 3,840.6 11,305.4 3,834.9 946.0o 28,358.8

67.5 1,143.4 4,006.5 11,655.9 3,642.1 1,112.0 28,835.8
51.6 1,140.3 3,612.9 10,047.5 3,584.0 833.1 25,941.2
54.8 1,318.7 4,121.7 11,731.4 4,128.7 913.9 28,724.7
45.5 1.117.'. 3,676.9 11,848.6 3,436.9 916.3 28,571.7
61.7 T,-..3 3,800.5 11,632.2 3,845.2 957.9 29,302.1
50.8 1,373.2 4,065.1 11,922.1 3,907.7 901.1 30,135.5

65.0 1,085.4 3,600.81 10,300.2 4,299.8 987.81 27,000.3
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696.0 13,697.4 46,144.7 119,191.7 42,480.7 9,827.61 325,725.7

381.51 8,023.3 27,153.9 70,129.8 24,396.8 5,827.61 191,642.3

54.5 1,146.2 3,879.1 10,018.5 3,485.3 832.51 27,377.5

82.9 1,027.3 3,773.3 9,881.4 3,210.1 816.7 26,496.8
45.4 1,047.55 3,796.6 8,237.3 3,562.8 682.8 25,117.8
57.7 "-,215.0 3,876.9 10,313.8 3,390.4 769.7 27,731.3
45.0 ",309.. 3,738.1 10,202.2 3,315.4 938.8 28,159.6
63.8 1,122.0 3,784.5 10,259.0 3143.4 788.9 26,607.3
38.4 1,031.8 3,583.4 9,605.1 3,205.8 820.2 25,964.4

48.3 1,270.3 4,601.1 11,631.0 4,568.8 1,010.5 31,565.1
69.1 1,092.7 3,949.2 9,816.7 3,907 742.5 27,042.6
64.8 1,254.8 4,032.6 10,302.1 3,892.9 824.9 27,852.6
66.2 ,081.91 3,832.1 10,144.6 3,730.3 715.6 27,530.0
56.3 ,115.0 3,835.0 9,882.1 3,632.7 969.4 27,295.6
58.0 1,131.7 3,341.8 8,916.4 2,920.6 747.7 24,362.6


1
Adjusted for seasonal and working-day variation, but not for changes in price Level. Adjustment factors have not been applied to data for
sections 0, 1, 3, 4, and 9 due to the absence of identifiable seasonal patterns. The sun of seasonaLLy adjusted sections 0-9 is shown in table 1,
column 5.


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Table 6. Summary of General Imports of Petroleum and Selected Products Into the U.S. Customs

(See "Empplanron of STatistics" for *nlor I eO t on on coverage, defin toon of The ilport evaluation, and sources of further infortution. A list of the tariff
are required to be reported in either pounds, short tons or long tons are included in this Table on a 500 pounds per barrel basis. Totals represent sun of
shown. BPD Represents average nms

Petroleum and selected petroateum products
Energy products
Crude petrolena and derivatives
Adrage tis te ref ined
Line Period BPD Erude petroleui Gasol in
ho. Total (thousands) ncl.
unit price Tolal oTo__ r Jet fuel Kerosene
(dollars) Averages: luels
Total BPD n.e.s.
Total thousandss)
TOtl unit price
(dollars)

Net quantity in thousands of barrels

1985
1 JANUARY 10 JuL ............ 1,05L.223 4,973 1,037,650 T,797 687,465 3,243 73,715 8,181 655
2 JAUAR .................... 150,53 4,856 148,304 102,971 99,845 3.221 4,532 1,946 294
3 FEBRuAtR................... 133,873 4,781 131 836 86,838 83,810 2.993 6,380 1,642 10
4 MARC ...................... 112,801 3,639 110,779 66,578 61.13 1,972 10,997 881 78
5 APRIL...................... 167,315 5,577 165,637 124,815 118,569 3.952 11,595 646 237
6 MAT .......... 165,243 5,266 160,357 114,606 106.995 3,451 13,598 529 (Z)
SJUNE....................... 177,976 5,933 175,415 12&,037 118,103 3.917 15.463 1,022 16
8 JULY....... ............... 148,472 4,789 145,322 102,951 99,003 5,1941 11,152 1,515 (2)
9 AUGUST.............. .
10 SEPIEMBNER..................
11 OCT0 ER ....................
12 OGVEMBER ...................
13 DECEMBER ...................
19814
14 JANUARY TO DECEMBER ....... 2.024,711 5,532 2,003,274 1,384,098 119,7 ,606 102,546 15,180 1,931
15 JANUARY 10 JULY............ 1,192,207 5,597 1,181.156 8071.791 772,114 1,6251 62,520 9,225 774.
16 JIAUARY .................... 165,258 5,31 161. 758 105.718 103.130 3,327 7.765 795 347
17 FE R..................160.5, 1 5,529 159,166 10i.258 98,608 3.400 7.506 1,595 285
18 MARC2...................... 172,50 5,565 171,298 108,030 10-,169 3,360 8,809 2.509 112
19APRL...................... 186915 6,231 185404 152,982 12, -83 ..116 12.163 1,923 7
20 MAY................. ...... 152. 89 1i ,931 151.139 10,0536 99.6-5 3.21k. 11.416 877 2
21 JUNE....................... 172.71 5,749 170997 12,691 120,266 4.009 7,283 60 ()
2? JuLr.................. 11,B60 5,866 179. 2. 128,261 122,813 3962 7,5?6 8951 1ll
23 AuGUST.. ....... ........I 166.003 5,155 161,96. 11.303 108.520 3,501 7,8031 2,002
24 SEP'EMER ................ I 159,269 5,309 156,807 110,665 105.71.5 3.525 7,8121 1,556 (2)
25 OCTOBER...... ............. 176,5.5 5,695 17.,563 123,350 117,177 3,780 6,92' 321 W83
26 NOVtMBER........ ........ 176,874 5,896 175,236 128,868 122,878 4.096 7,615 1,452 598
27 DECEIBER................... 151,8135 .9621 151,5811 98,.33 9.292 3,009 9.872 624 71

Cr..f. value rn thousands of dollars

1985 I
1 JANUARY TO JULY............ 29,4.6,265 27.93 28,94,t495 19,871,794 18,903,891 27.50 2,374,927 266,8.3 21,735
2 JWARYXJA.................... 4.252.982 28.251 .,197,086 2.923.297 2,83.,082 28.39 133,6051 65,137 9,867
3 FEBRuARY................... 3,750,619 28.02 3,669,9.3 2,.15,868 2,336.164 27.87 182,902 55.529 358
4 MARCi....................... 3.121,160 27.67 3,051,906 1.782,198 1,635.984 26.76 33L,S57 29,854 2,592
5 na IL...................... .,671,340 27.92 .,623,985 3.19,..o0 3251,808 27.3 56,3.8 21,622 8,239
6 MAY........................ 4,621,9.9 28.31 4,536,846 3.16a.833 2,955,583 27.62 454,225 16,716 23
SO..................... .67 2896Y I. ,1 5 3.19 3, 81 .1 8
?7 JUN.................... I ..995 9561 28.071 4.914&9 3,4,06.72 3,2.0,265 27.44! S18,948 32.8801 674
8 JULY...................... 4,052,260 27.16 3,950,082 2,759.406 2.650.005 26.77 386,441 46,906 3
10 SEPTEMBER ...................
11 OCTOBER....................
12 HOVE:BE8....
12 ROV[aSEO...................
13 DECEMBER..................
198..
14 JANUARY TO DECEMBER ....... 59.209,0111 29.24 58.492,111 59,819,107 37,945,020 28.75 3,335.993 533,9361 69,172
15 JANUARY 10 JULY.... ...... 35,211.804 29.53 3.,818,101 23,70.395 22,315,52 28.90 2, 077,123 31,1521 28070
16 IJAARY.................. 4801176 29.05 4.743,882 3,041,192 2,957,787 28.68 249,976 27.604 12,003
17 FEBRUAR ................. .. .,744,575 29.59 4.700,084 2,970,551 2,830,893 28.71 245.370 60,43.. 10,380
18 MARCn...................... 5,106,383 29.60 5,069,235 3,111,347 2,999,156 28.79 288.4..7 91,079 5,057
19 APRIL...................... 5 541.1501 29.65 5,471,300 3,850.099 3,568.706 28.90 607,835 67,838 .68
20 MAY........................ 4,534.451 29.66 ...72,1935 ,033,756 2,888,804 28.99 387,159 30.152 134
21 JUNE ............. ....... 5.089,0381 29.51 5,039,583 3,60.,934 1,473,861 28.88 246,624I 22,204 121
22 Jul...................... 5,395,231 29.67 5,521.826 3,758.517 3,596,336 29.28 251,713 31.8,2 17
23 AUGuST......... ..... 4,32,911 29.11 .,761,688 ,317.202 3,121,489 28.76 2'.6,025 69,823 235
24 SEPTEMBER...... ........... 4,571,076 28.70 4,9.,019 3,15,52 3,003,981 28.41 244,499 50,850 15
25 OCIOBES................... 5,091,617 28.84 5,027526 3,515.952 3,346.270 28.56 223,390 10,66. 17,278
27 DECEMBER................ .. ,00,402 28.61 4,41,738 2,786,738 2,64,114 28.34 0,453 21,467 3,493
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Area and the U.S. Virgin Islands From Foreign Countries, by Month: JANUARY 1984 to JULY 1985
Schedules of the united States Annotateo (TSuSA) CoMagodity CLa;iificatiorm repre.entea in tnhs taDle can be oDraineo uDon .reuelt. iNe quantity data that
unrounded figures and may vary from jurn of rounded ailounrts. Da;h ( ) represents zero. 'Not ap caDle. le;; than one hal, thE unit T ..*Ceaurmefint
ber or barrels per da inlpocrted)
Petroleum anda elected petroleum products 'Continued
Energy product; Cor.t.nued I orrener 3prordxucts


Proane Petrole Pra n; All Line
DItillate Residud I and ienratls, LubrIcating LuDr catir, Other other ho.
uel fuel I buranae PapitnaeS liquia, Iotal OIl gr eaSe I r.-ine.al Atphalt petroleuLp
oil oil ga; n.es | I MIS product i



Net quantity in thou.ianois si Darrels LCorn.tnu


a.8,905 115,4.25 28,1&.1 32.001 7,807 16.5731 2,189 3 571 11,895 1.915 1
7,4-91 20, 6,-76 5.70 61? 229 177 1,79 183 2
7,203 19,242 5,2981 5I 0 I 6021 2:03' I 91 )| 82 1,18 .76 3
5,5'0 16, 432 i,206 5,17 91] 2,0.21 9 1 7| 1,165 212 '.
5,34 15,665 2,705 3,.6. 11B 1676 179 () 57 1,297 1.5 5
8,3 19011 2,817 .,182 1.8901 2,865 g7 () 106 2,196 3,6 6
7.629 15,937 3,691 6,275 1.3.5 2.561 ,-0 1 108 1,.80 235 7
6,9051 13.838 2.991 -3151 1.6,46 3.1501 .. 1 611 2,..75 270 8
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103.8951 258,1..9 51,3; 7.,.5201 11.57 ; 21,1.71 ".2. .,I 7 a57 .,3o7 2,005 1
50,&.6 1I.9,651. ?6,.-67 45,6731 8.518 11,01 2.i91 51 .9. 7,093 1,068 15
6.962| 30.61.7 6,166 5,2-o9 69 1,.99 511 (ZI1 B61 735 179 It
9,730| 27,5V3 3,978 5,076 165 1.196 ..i4 2 .7 6.2| 55 17
7,807| :1,101 ,151 '.00- 1.67 1,2061 166 1 9 81 1 1
02 22 ,166 55a 1 1510 31 91
9,061| 16.5903 3,0i 6.551 3, 90 1,0 .7-| I,| )1 95 1.038 10.1 21
7,171| 2-.9..9 ,.- 6 91 I 1'6 2. 2, 6 151 11 911 1.015l 1;51 22
I a'29| 18,a.98| 5.'-I ..'&I* l'1 ;.-c.| -l:| l:i cI U,'8| "1 j s
I 12.ial 17.061 5,660 7,6..5 5' 1,98| ,I" 1 1 1,il \ 26
1089 15,530 5,9 20 9 1c. 566 1 77 076 15?
10,81.0 19.186 6.220 5.806 1 9 2232 51 I1 39 1 690 1'1 27
C.I.i. vealu in tniusanra of laollars *Continue

S 1,480,993 3,158,2881 5.5.517 9655991 260,799 50170 120,1281 1.121 .3,7291 25.,675 81,8271 1
229,331 582,681 129.716 103,328 19,898 5:,896 9.6'1. 1?.O 6,203 50,8a3 8,85 2
2' 5,613 546,674 9.525 158, 195 8,260 60,676 17.3.6 206 5.781 I 0,557 16,787 !
165,881 .73,190, 6.,'.59 150,899 28,368 69,256 50.180 177 5,368 2,53-9 11,1601
171,771 .442,92 3..3 lO9 10.,,127' 38,38 7,355 11.6.5 178 s 5 25,7&6 5512 5
7?,619 381,180 5..72 19,416 63,113 8.5,1021 12.828 181 6,76'. .-.855 16,..75 6
22.935| .11,622 70.367 198.169 50,212 61,307 18,93 311 9,056 '.3, 7a18 9,2._-8
190,8221 3520 5'. 3.9111 139,1.68 52.550 82,1761 19.380 2161 .,3031 6,.-89 11.790 8
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3,02,4681 7.50.,5533 1.107,209 2,538,0D 381.651 716,880 2.,1781 3..98 71,..751 301...8 95,27; 1.
1,702,37 ,978,0 567,051 9 071 7. 1,.65.00 80,905 393,7031 1.,953 2..60 .2,92. 12,299 .9,066 15
227,622 883,302 137,521 161.120 3,5. | 57.29. 29,35i 1'8 5.48 12.911 9,s.1. 16
343,262 817,112| 89,293 155,953 7,7530| .,290 25,281 87 5,011 11,585 1.559 17
S 276, 3o1 923,939 92, .63 222,812 5 7.09 57,1.9 9,007 356 7,251 15,309 5,226 18
130,103 657.ol7 78, ...8 2.1,5-0 37.351 69.851 2.3.32. 185 .. ,189 51.221 10,931 19
19., 139 4 77,1361 69 595 2-.,921 55.199 62,257 24,86 35 ..-,825 20,19.I 11,98i 20
297,2.6 ..87,4.12 66,36.1 21..17 100.61. .9..56 15.29.. 183 7,601 20,976 5..01 21
233,6131 731, 517 53, 5.61 22.5001 38.761 73.-061 19,8191 3261 8,589 1.0,101 .,571 22
S 308,7-2 525,779 63,3.9 196,51,0 34,03.| 71,223 27.-61 185 7,256] 30.25-. 6,088 23
276,9981 525,087 78,521 1.5 75 20,."21 77,057 23.089 "t1 5,735 38,206 9,865 2.
.08,60| 85885 118, 29769 17.581 6.. 91 11,001 252 6,9355 30.570 15,333 25
355-,303| .39,351 129, -.0 17 27. 5,8553 52,1.2 17.605 207 5,53". 22,981 5,788 26
351,5181 550,95 130,031 17,7..61 16,5261 58.66.. 18.0'1 200 3.1121 30.1.9 7,152 27







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Table 7. Summary of General Imports of Petroleum and Selected Products Into the U.S. Customs

(Value data only on a Customs svlue basis. The corresponding net quointity i s published on the preceding pages. See "Esplanalion of Stateariscs for infortion
Cluiodity classifications represented in this table can be obtained upon relquest. Totals represent sir of turourded figures and my vary front sman of routed


ime Period
Is.



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1 JANUAtk 10TO JULY............

2 JANuARI................
3 FEBrAUA#I...............
M IR .. ... .. ......... .....
5 AI IL .. ............. .....
6 KA c .......................
SJUNE .. ........ ...........

1EJULI .. ........... .....
9 A JUGUST ...............
10 SEP TERMBER .. ..... .......
1T OCIOBE. ............... ..
12 OVEBER.............
1 DECEMIBER .............. .....




151 JANaU T 10 Jutr. ...........

16 JuAR ....... ......
7 FEB1RUAR.... ............
18 a| ARCl.. ..... .. .. .. ..
19 AP IL ............ .......
20 MAt............ ... .
21 JuNE ................. .

22 JULFr ..... .... ...... ..
22 1 U.US5 .. .... ....
-. SEPIEMBER. .. .....
25 oCIOBEI ............. .
26 a ifEMBER .... ..........
27 DECEMBER ...... ... .... .


Petroltes eand selected petroleum products

Energy products
Crude petroleum and derivatives
Average to be ref ined
price I gasoline
Taoal per Average incl.
barrel Total | price Iroor J Ie luel Kerosene
Total | Crude per fuels
petroleeum barrel n.e.s.


CusIotis iratue in thousands of dollars


28,380,453
.,093,925
3,611,U2
13,013,127
4,502,241
4.463. .13
,B808.27

5.8BB.027







56.92,.0891

33,842.6651

1.,625.109
-,563.606
.,916,099
5.323,655
4,356,.87
.890.523

5.166.7871
*.,6b51.5.3
0.., ;Q. |
.905.828
..913,'26
4.,227.905


26.92 27.929,277 19.219.r64 1B.289,6951

27.19 4,0.4,208 2,818,631 2,733,681
26.98 3.,535955 2:331,7431 2,255,134
26.71 2,951,135 1,73,016 1.592,490
26.91 6,2L I 3,305,2001 ,,14, 3031
27.3 .,B9.6&.2 5.069,2521 2.866,3*4
27.02 ,736.078| 3,291,231 3.152,212

26.19 3.812,0161 2,670.859 2,565.5501







28.11 56,280.172 38,52N.7.01 36.528,823

28.39 33.090.171 22.48U.,09 21.468.6951

27.99 4,57,6. I4 2,931.5581 2,851.1471
28..6 4,523,110 2,859,050 2,725,835
28.50 ..883.D901 3.00.,893 2,896,161
28. 48 i,26.,010 3.707,023 t37.557S
28.50 .,500.613 2.91.,757 2,775,272|
28.36 ,,844.811& I 3.65,217| 3. 338,5341

28.,.1 5.101,07 3,601,5101 3.4..t40.
27.901 '.566 96 3.188,8.I 3,001,7661
27.6. '.353 2091 3.031,2621 2.,896,7671|
27.79 .,,.7,171 1 .,91,9271 ,229.79'.
27.78 .,66,019 i5 5..'.23| 3.385,3931
27.19 '..176,637 2,681,6231 2.546,..08


26.60 2.278,081 257,603 21,054

27.581 127,247 62,520 9,559
26.91 174,971 51,682 356
26.05 319,459 28,886 2,462
26.52 349,685 21,077 8,005
26.791 437,730 16,246 23
26.52| 498,762 31,866 646

25.911 370.226 45,348 3





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27.68 3,199.584 512,754 65.7761

27.81 1.995,13 18.873 27.o04

27.65 2'40,185 26,702 11.532
27.-64 235,097 57,395 10,101
27.80 27,7,234 87,1961 4.84a8
27.84 393,6991 65,792 623a
27.85 i71.071 29,229N 114
27 7o 238,0081 21 652 12

28.051 240.0401 30.9071 15
.'7.0I 23.,9371 65.53.| 20.,
27.39| 233,21| ..'9,6221 15
27.56| 214,592 10,38. 16,206
27.55| 231,617 8,05 | 19,050
27.301 289,.631 20,2831 ,256







Area and the U.S. Virgin Islands From Foreign Countries, by Month: JANUARY 1984 to JULY 1985

on coverage, definition of the import valuation, and source; of further" nforfiaticn. A LIst 0l the Tarlif Schedule, of the united State. Anrn3tated (lCUZA)
aiounts. Dash ( ) repreientS Zero. A*-ot appl.rable. Z Less than one halt the un.t of heasureoo.rt ,r.,.n)


PetrolemI r and aetected pt'roleiJ. p-oducts Corl inued

Energy products COnlinued NIr.energ, product
I I I I

I IIIII
SPropane Pe( e. Prj I Pa' |L L...
Distillate | Residual ania .er all is.| | L .brical.ng Lubricaling other o.r.er NO.
I I IIII
f'uel | l ugtane kaphth!a Iiquia, Total | 0is greases | erIal Asph.Bl petroi&K,-



Iu t _alue ir. a I: i I Il
CustrOs valu r~t r ,sthou darkl: 1 doltlrs Canrtrnue.J


1,.35,799 .022.373 527,.6581 920.268

222.353 559,776 12 .750 100,533
218.382 522,7661 94,653 133.651
160,86 4.5.,,6.01 81.929 1 9.3,
166,25 i 422,696 52,596 98.6-6
264-.865t 36.,76,1 53,.5 12 ?3,590
217. 730| 391,6651 67,883 18M.21

185,7511 36,0391 52,593W 131,.B.1







3,302,539! 7,20.,7.9 1 ,076,i1l 2.229.5511

1,653,.001 .,7'4,865 571,87.- 1,396.9539

222,590 84.6,676 15 .,64 156,2653
333,S..9 781,8651 87,835 1506,801
266,763 88t.,06'. 90,50.1 212.705
127,.532 628,599 76,071 229.5.6
189,779 1,61,7959 67,730 232,616
287,956 -69,323! 63,650 202.991

225,i501 702.761 51,.28 212.o18l
299,0-0 501,875 60,t7. 13.1011
270.131 50.,77 76,320 158.-88
396,50 69,08- 115.9091 21,:.030
34...360 --.'.t!9 21- ',331 1?2i.o58
339.1571 50. 126.9.1 169.-li5


2 .6,8791 .51,1761

19,7??6 .9, 71".
7,7.1 754,-8.
26,315 61 9921
36,28'.5 ..1,9981
59,725 73, 772
-7 867 72,199

-.9,71? 76 0111







363i.o.7 6.3.9171

267,833 352..931

5,505 51,0. .
7,519 0 -961
5u,900 33,0091
35-,.21 59,6--
33,521 56,27'
96,022 .5 7121
36,9-.5I 65 71.-
3I 011 ,.,6'10
26.9.2 r .9.-6- I
16,95'| 61 6 ti
3 '.7-I .-O -.j
15.c55| *1 :etS1


112. 5301

9,521
It,: i0o
28, 78
10,6.5


18,267







221 0021

131,718

27, 321
23,550
8,T01
17,919|
23,057)1
13,9-1

17.5-8h
2....66
21,55-
1>..001

16,00o.


1.291


155
165
161
2051








3.285S

2 3191

170
E-a
330
171


305



ITS


I I

59,619 223,2581

5.560 26, 5-8
5,361 37,527
, 4.9 18,579
i,90'9 21,950
.',891 35'.53
?7,9-9 38.-97

3,9h5 r2,8371







65,55., 270.3901

39.2581 135.8751
..855 10,850
4..61 10, 173
6.652 12,951
3,8501 k7,790
.-05 17.91il
6.991 19..20
7.96-I 35, 781
6.6901 i.l121
5,371| 33.612
6.3621 ?.', 5'1
.,:,61 ?20.881
2,8111 24.21-.


8,13i 2
14,1.. 3
10,33031

16,Ou. 6
8,017 7
10.'20 6




836 1..
11







...Z!3 15

8,.68 16
1391 17
,696 18
9,93.l 19
10.5171 2il
5,19 1 1I

4.15j 0
8.990| 2.
13,900:

0.i ui


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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 US Foreign Trade Zones, the U S. Virgin Islands
and 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, shipments to U S.
Armed Forces and diplomatic missions abroad for their own
use. American goods returned to the United States br its Armed
Forces and intransit shipments. (See paragraph below regarding
sources of further information.)
Statistical Month

Exports-For statistical purposes. the month of exportat.on is
generally based or. the date when the shipment leaves the
Un-ted States

Imports-Beginning with February 1983. the month of impor.
laiion for import statistics reflects the month in wnich the
U S Customs Service releases the merchandise to the importer
From January 1978 through January 1983. month of impora.
tlion was based on the dale that the .moort carrier arrived in the
United States Prior to January 1978 the date import entries
were offic.ally lied with The U S Customs Service was used
to deTermine the statistical montn

Monthly Carryover
A number of factors account for import and export carroer
Carroei is caused princiDallV bv late transmitral of statistical
documents tO the Census Bureau The Customs procedure which
allows imoorters to file import documentation. up to 10 workdays
after the date of release of the merchandise may result in addi
tional import carryover These limitations should be considered
.hen making month to montn comparisons

Users of the statistics are adv-sed that cumulations ol data
o.er a least 4 month perios are des.raDie to .dent.f underly
.ng trends Month.to.month changes in imports erporls and
similar series may also reflect irregular movemenls and d'r.
ierences *n monthly cairvower

Valuation of Imports
Customs Import Value-The Customs .alue reflects the value
ol imports as appraised bo the U S Customs Service in accord
ance within the legal requirements of the Tariff Act of 1930. as
amended (most recently by the Trade Agreemen Act of 1979)
This Customs value as amended by the Trade Agreements Act
of 1979. is generally defined as the price actually paid or
payable for merchandise when sold for exportalton to the
United States, excluding U S import duties, freight. insurance.
and other charges incurred in bringing the merchandise to the
United States In the case of transactions between related par
ties. the relationship between buyer and seller should not in.
fluence the Customs value


In The case of overland shipments originating in Canada only.
the Customs value generally does not include costs incurred in
bringing the merchandise from the interim point of origin to the
Canadian border point.


C.i.f. Import Value.-The c.i.f. value consists of the Customs
value as defined above, plus all freight, insurance, and other
charges (excluding U.S. import duties) incurred in bringing the
merchandise from the country of exportation to the first port
of arrival in the United States. Prior to January,. 1982 statistics.
such costs and charges were added to the arms-length value in
order to compile the c.i.f. value.


Valuation of Exports

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

Export and Import Commodity Information

The commodity information presented in those Tables show-
ing imports of petroleum and selected petroleum products is in
terms of the classifications in the Tariff Schedules of the United
States Annotated (TSUSA) The remaining tables present coanl
modary information in terms of Schedule E and Schedule A.
both of which are based on the Standard International Trade
Classification ISITC). Revision 2. The descriptions for Schedule
E commodity section totals and the Schedule A commodity sec-
tion totals are as follows, 0 Food and live animals. 1. Beverage
and tobacco. 2 Crude materials, inedible. except fuels. 3.
Mineral fuels, lubricants, and related material; 4, Oils and tats-
animal and vegetable. 5. Chemicals and related products, N.S.
P F 6. Manufactured goods classified chiefly by material; 7.
Machinery and transport equipment: B. Miscellaneous manufac
tured articles. N S.P F.. and 9. Commodities and transactions
not classified elsewhere Information concerning the export and
import commodity groupings may be obtained from the Foreign
Trade Division.
Sources of Further Information
Additional foreign trade statistics and information regarding
coverage, valuation, sampling, and qualifications which should
be considered by users of the statistics are contained primarily
in the following publications Report FT 990. Highlights of U.S.
Export and Import Trade. FT 135. US. General Imports.
Schedule A Commodity by Country: FT 410. U.S. Exports.
Schedule E Commodity by Country. and the Guide to Foreign
Trade Statistics. Information regarding additional sources of
statistics, the methodology used in seasonally adjusting the data,
and other matters relating to foreign trade statistics may be
obtained from the Foreign Trade Division, Bureau of the
Census. Washington, D.C. 20233.