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Summary of U.S. export and import merchandise trade
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Related Items

Preceded by:
Summary of U.S. export and import merchandise trade
Succeeded by:
U.S. merchandise trade. Seasonally adjusted imports and exports

Full Text

ummary of U.S. Export and


Import Merchandise Trade





OCTOBER 1985

For wire transmission 10:00 a.m. EST Monday December 2, 1985


Seasonally Adjusted and Unadjusted Data

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


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F.A.5. FiPOIRTS ANln CUSTiIMS IHMPUTSi

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The RIjreau of e Census, reprtlirent t omfamrerce, announceri t.xad
that dtringi nctoher 19P], eponr.s on a f..c_. Ifre-. aionyigide
ship) i.S. port of exporitation .alue basis, eclualinq Deiparoien
of defense (lWrl Military Assistance rcnrqrar. Grat..-Aid shilpl its,
aniasted to t17,ll i.1 nmllirn anra rat *ienril iaports an a
C5stis ialue atiis, .ilointed l0a ,693,0 .ri ll ion.
PalWd n ihp above POrT. and Iir Orl figures, the ttober
merchandisee Lrade Dalance ,as .n def ifr. Iey t,.7?S.9 mill ior..
urinq the first 1 0 months of 1'85 fJanuarv-ctoberl, etportT
nere at an annual rate of f21'3,0 ainllio or about 2 percent
less LIhan tIe calendar year 191 toDli 0of l7,9 1 million.
inports -lJuing Janudry-acrrtier Krie it an dainual ra e -i f
t319,465 million or ,boit 4 percent abod e tre S325,;7 .imllior.
calendar year 1984 total.
For uie 4.linith period, July-.ct.iter I9., exports averaged
%17,4P3,R million per ,nrtln, or adout 2 frcveil. nelow the
$17,769.d million average reinrtied for .ie precedir 4.ar.in
period, I9rcnJiure ifi. 0 .sTo0S value iaport avraqe d
s2S,11i7.9 million per ionth for the current .10r.Tr. pe Iod, a
level atout 2 percent leIss tar ie !P,633.5 mllior. aselrdae
raponIna for te precedingq da.ntn period.


EXports eIcliarig MNiltier Assistance "lramr]ri Cllirjt-Aid shipllerTS
increased to $17,F.17.7 million in [toLter from 'i7,n33.2
million in Snetelter. re.Aral importi *Etreased to !'T,429.4
rilln in (ttacer fron n29,42Q.4 rinllion in Sep eirier.


.A. m. 0 P1T", ANn C.l.i. iMOrPiT;
Sepa:rinally Aojup t-l' t '

(n.-rt' on a I.3.s. I.[. Do0& of wqiOrtfiofn "i-Al bail.
eclui'ng rerdarrmen. of defense I11)(1 Mlitar Als-imtancE Praqran
Grant.Ald sriplerits aounited to 117.36..1. rri Tn Irn (Cl Eu-r
19pO and r'feral ircarT.i ir. a c.i .f. fcot, iisurancte and
freight) halut bails, iIoulte.- rl is. 12,Fi.1 mtnil-i. ,r 5se
fiyurere .reprrred i) 'rl frirna.r .fT N viar.tr 7 *[*.
based ron the alive pnorTt Mano iTio fur ijrea. the (rtcter
rprcranrdise trad limhlara >.s in afic it D) 51i1,.453.i6 mii liion.
rr.n] tre fir 10 myltrtr of 19t5 J.annry-"ct-erJ, export
.ere at an arfnudia r. Of .211',4aj m million or c tt 2 l erce it
less cain pthe caliddr ear 1W51 to l COf 1 121i,% Ta lio h.
I[nirrl durinQ Jir.jar1-,rtrctr Tre at dr aniir..di rat.e o
5 55.6W .m llon or atxist a percen- t abaoe tip U311, ll miff.ir
calenar year \9 tatal.
For the dir-ith penror, J.ul,-Octonr 1Q.. t.'n.:t a&eraae1
ll7i.W.8 million oer mrTrT. L.r aoiAT pncent tel.W tre
Il7.Ssd .-rilion ajera-. rt-porTe&I for thie AretCMni 4.d- tr.o
period, ltrcnr-,iunre 19I5. The ci.*f. S.alup iTpfoirti fiareq
'9.1n. Frilniun per lifhl for tne current l-auriYth perijs, a
level about ? percent less trami Thle $30,f3l.6 million aeraise
reported for thi precEcili.] 1-noitr per"aJd.


Lpert;s eacludinq Military Assistance Prdrni rimnt-.ii a ri. efTS
ircreaied r.- L',61.,' 1 i Inr i rt.ioEr fir 1. .11.2
million in Septitber. [Eenral i.ai.*i decreased to *2,.9i.!
.0 1lirIn in rLlnxer frr. 1t.fl9.f7 mnl ior. In Seotriter.


Footnmiates 1, 2. and 3 arm shown at tEie botitE.r of page 5.


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SPECIAL riCTiCE

REVISErlqn e STATISTICAL MnNIH N HIn irTHLi idAlRR1.flV[ EfnAT AVAiLAALF

The totals, trade balance, dr.alt,.C l te t, table IA, nro ? 5 '" of
Report FT91'1 are bai'ed or, irfor,!t on *:oim piled for n-. Current stat I :t1.l
month instead or the revised t.tati .tical month or t._ i ITrrn:a:lC i.n)
montil. Pevinedr 19 5 StrT itical mnontr. information i; ishw' in tile. Ii and
in APPENhiICES I anlr See th- E [plant ntior. of St tiSt l.:s for infriT i.1r.
.,n ld finitions *,f st at istiCa1 rinth and .mor.h'l v car r -ov.er; and jEncrai
methoodiooicai chaonqi "n.] r.-CnD i nt1. ion p0ol ic fojr tr p pri.r air c.,rrert
year Stdlistics.
Tr I'lctober, carr,-over amountei T) '.li.I il lOl ,,.r 3l..'l porcErit o
tne nOconbr ...:.nhiy unadiju3ste.l t ol i lor .i.ports (c.. .f. aiuP ad-i 1 alin
$1.4 billion or R.ri percent I'or ep.jrT.s. In Sette irter the Lotls n, : i.il,.l
carry-oaer amounting rn SI 4.1 bill or. or 44.8 percent of the Septep-ber
It.Ornth unidju ted t.ital for import, and lk1.7 nillt.1 r or q.Q pArcent for
edprortt. ree the EpEvPdnati 'o of Stattr.is ar] Apnfndices I arn 2 f.or
additional inforratidonr. n iontrily cArrv-over. e da nriot r.Ow at ['.i
Tlime, what effect. crr1-avPr has or, rajstdmn `alue sa prt tot 01 Tr`,
effect of cirry-ower on the detail lIed lC :tmO I y Andl ro.nr.ir dati fnr buth
ilporrts and exports ha. not been determ, nii. The .i r'us ijrimi .
exploriroi publication of import Custom:. adius- ttal5 and *wrarif r .onthl,
lil rt and nfxp rr figures for a rei ,, d Itfr. t l.li an. 'or Ct.ju l .-ior.[h. 4
final decision will be basedd on uer r.eri 3rd cot con ideralt .r..


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UNITED STATES FOREIGN TRADE







EXPLANATION OF STATISTICS


COVETGE RECWILATION POLICY FOR PRIIR STATISTICAL YER


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 1.S. Foreign Trade
Zones, the U.S. Virgin Islands and the U.S. Custors territory (includes the
50 states, the rDistrict of Columbia, and Puerto Rico), with certain
exceptions. The statistics exclude data on shipments between the United
States, Puerto Rico. and 11.S. possessions, shipments to U.S. Anred Forces
and diplomatic missions abroad for their own use, American goods returned
to the United States by its Armed Forces and intransit shipments. (See
paragraph below regarding sources of further information.)


STATISTICAL WINTH Alfl REVISED STATISTICAL MTNTH IwFRMATIlnN

Statistical Month data reflect the compilation of import entries and
export declarations transmitted to the Census Bureau for processing during
a monthly processing period of 20 to 22 days duration, which begins with
the 15th of the preceding month and ends with the 15th of the following
ronth. These records cover transactions that occurred on different dates
prior to the 15th day of the processing month (i.e. in the immediately pre-
ceding month or earlier). Revised statistical nonth data are recoin-
pilations. During the recompilation, records are grouped and totaled by
their transaction dates. Some estimates for transactions expected tn be
compiled are included in the revised statistical month data. SeP
APPEWITCES 1 and 2.


Actual aggregate monthly import, export, and trade balance figures will
be recompiled on an annual basis. We have already recrpiled aggregate
monthly import, export and trade balance figures for 19W. The 1914
recoipiled figures were issued in 4 Appendices to the August 1965 statisti-
cal nonth report FT9(0"AV dated Septeber 27, 1985. The recompiled 1984
figures reflect the actual north of entry for imports and month of shipment
for exports.

The actual 194 data appearing in the Appendices reflect transactions
through the June lq15 statistical month only and are available upon request
to the Foreign Trade flivision, Bureau of the Census, Washington, D.C.
20233. The tables show that the differences between statistical month and
actual aggregate trade data are very snaill over the Whole year. The actual
1984 iPports were 5346.4 billion compared to $341.2 billion reported mn a
statistical month basis, a difference of about one and one half percent.
Exports were $ 18.7 billion compared to 2I17.9 billion, a difference of
less than half a percent. The actual merchandise trade deficit for the
year was S127.6 billion compared to S123.3 billion. There is the possibi-
lity of additional late documents being transmitted to the Census Bureau
for processing particularly for imports. The amount of carry-over value
compiled fran such documents is likely to be infinitesimal when compared to
the previously announced actual calendar year 19A4 total. For example,
194 transactions processed with Septerher 19RA statistical nonth amounted
to less than rl.nr1s percent of the calendar year total.


RECPPILATIiON POLICY FMR OJRRENT STATISTICAL YEAR (Revised Statistical
MOWTHLY CARPff-0VER Month)


Both the import and export monthly trade totals reflect the dollar
value reported on import entries and export declarations transmitted by the
U.S. Customs Service to the Census Bureau within 15 days of the end of the
statistical Month. While a number of factors account for import and export
carry-over, it is caused principally by late trans ittal of statistical
documents to the census Bureau. The Customs procedure which allows impnr-
ters to file inpnrt documentation up to 10 workdays after the date of
release of the merchandise may result in additional import carry-over.
noorents received too late for inclusion in the appropriate statistical
month, are carried over to the next statistical month.


METHOI.OLCICAL CHANGES

Recent analysis by the Census Bureau designed to quantify the effect
of carry-over shoed that (1) the level of carry-over is high and (2) the
carry-over has varied widely from nonth to month. This requires that we
reelphasize our cautionary statement regarding the use of monthly trade
figures particularly with respect to ronth-to-month change. Users are
advised that cumulations of data over at least 4-month periods are
desirable to identify underlying trends and minimize the effect of irregu-
lar trade movements and monthly carry-over.

The level and volatility of the carry-over, particularly with respect
to reports, has reached a magnitude that not only necessitates greater
caution in interpreting nonth-to-month changes, but also requires a change
in methodology designed to more accurately reflect trade for a given month.
These changes are discussed in the following sections.


In order to provide users with monthly figures that have a substan-
tially reduced amount of carry-over, we will publish revised aggregate
information in the following month. Thie "revised statistical month" redu-
ces the carry-over from between 39 and 55 percent to between 6 and IR per-
cent for imports and front between 6 and 13 to less than 2 percent for
exports. The "revised statistical month" will include data for all docu-
ments received within 45 days after the end of the month, and is calculated
by coabining the current month value in that statistical month with the
value of the carry-over included in the subsequent statistical month. For
example, the revised statistical figure for August consists of actual
August transaction included in August and September statistical months plus
a small additional carry-over from earlier months.

Each month we will revise the previous statistical month's figures in
this manner and publish the revised figures in an appendix to this report.
For most months, it improves the numbers (brings then closer to the
actuals. There are exceptions and the review of 1094 aggregates show
that November and rfecsber are particularly trouhlesoae when compared with
the actuals. The problem here seems to be associated with the variability
of the carry-over, and by working with the U.S. Customs Service we hope to
reduce both the level and variability. If these efforts are not completely
successful, it may necessitate sore other revision technique for year enid
information.

Se do not know, at this time, what the effect of the carry-over is on
detailed commodity and country data. The Census Bureau is exploring publi-
cation of detailed monthly figures for the revised statistical month and/or
for the actual month data. A final decision about publication of detailed
figures will he based on uses of the data and cost considerations.







EXPLANATION OF STATISTICS Continued


FYvPfiT Arf, r1PT CWnlry Itfi WTli'ti


Customs IIport Value

lhe Custom value reflects the value of imports as appraised by the
U.S. Customs Service in accordance with the legal requirements of the
Tariff Act of 1931, as ended (most recently by the Trade Agreements t
of 1979). This Custors value as amended by the Trade Agreements Act of
1979, is generally defined as the prce actually paid or payable for
merchandise when sold for exportation to the United States, excluding iJ.S
import duties, freight, insurance, and other charges incurred in bringing
the merchandise to the united States. In the case of transactions between
related parties, the relationship between buyer and seller should not
influence the Customs value. In the case of overland shipments originating
in Canada only, the Customs value generally does not include cisis incurred
in bringing the merchandise front the interior point of origin to the
Canadian border point.

C.I.F. Import Value

The c.i.f. value consists of the Custnms value as defined ahnove, plus
all freight, insurance, and other charges (excluding U.S. import duties)
incurred in bringing the merchandise frnom the country of exportation to the
first port of arrival in the United States. Pror to January, 182
statistics, such costs and charges were added to the arn-length value in
order to compile the c.i.f. value. In conformity with Section 'i11 (e) of
Title 13, Uilted States Code, general imports, c.i.f. value basis, are
reported at least 4. hours in advance of general imports, rOstrims value
basis. Report FT971 Advance, is the initial statistical month report.

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 o-n
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.


The canmodity information presented in those rahles showing iliports of
petrolean and selected petroleum products is in terms of the
classifications in the Tariff Schedules of the Wited States Annotatei
(TSjSA). The naeaining tables present comnodity information in terms of
Schedule F and Scheille A, hoth of which are based on the Standard
International Trade Classification ISITC), Revision 2. The descriptions
for Schedule E crnnomdit section totals and the Schedule A coimr-lity sec-
tion totals are as follows: n. Food and live animals; 1. Beverage and
tobacco; 2. rnjde materials, inedible, except fuels; 3. Mineral fuels,
lubricants, and related material: 4. Oils and fats-animals and vegetable;
5. rhenicals and related products, N.S.P.F.; A. Manufactured goods
classified chiefly by material; 7. Machinery and transport equipment; 8.
Miscellaneous manufactured articles, IJ.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
ni;ision.





SiRCES f FlPTEP lNF FtRMATIti


Additional foreigr trade statistics and information regarding coverage,
valu.ition, sampling, ]nd qualifications which should be considered by users
of the statistics are contained primarily in the following publications:
Peport FTPqq, H.nl rights of U.S. Export and Iriport Trade; FT135, U.S.
general Imports, Schedule A Cinmodity by Country; FT410, U.S. Exports,
Schedule E Commidity by Country; and the Guide to Foreign Trade Statisics.
Information regarding additional sources of statistics, the wethodoloqV
usel in seasonally adjusting the data, and other matters relating to
foreign trade statistics imy be obtained front the Foreign Trade Division,
Bureau of the Census, Washington, n.r. 20233.


SPECIAL NOTICE



DPISCONTIIJATIHiN OF SEASONAL AND Whr klNG-nAY ADJUSTMENT OF

FnPEIGN TRAOE STATISTIrS



Beginning with Januare lBR6, the census Rureau will discontinue the
practice of adjusting report and import data (including the a]greiates:
commodity sections and groupings; indi.jidual countries: an ecPonomic areas)
for seasonal and working-day variations.


Recent analyses by the Census Rureau revealed that the level of
carry-over in the trade statistics, especially in imports, is high anil
varies widely from month-tO-month-. This carryover, which results from
documentation received too late from the U.S. Customs Service for inclusion
in the appropriate month, significantly distorts any historical seasonal
pattern and makes adjustment largely meaningless.


VALUATION OF IMPORTS A4 EWPRTS






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


Billions of Dollars


U.S. Exports and General Imports


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- Imports c.i.f. value basis
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Merchandise Trade Deficits


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1984


1985


NOTE: Exports represent shipments of domestic and foreign merchandise combined, excluding Department of
Defense (DOD) Military Assistance Program Grant aid shipments, on a I 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. (cost, 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.


Billions of Dollars


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TAPLE IA. EIrPIPiT5. -E1FI[PAL IMPORTS, Ain MEPCHAivrHin E TRAD F ALAtrff BRY STATISTICAL 4rnrITH:
jANIJAPi 1'- 3 TO n TriEPp lAi

In millions ,if dollar EFports are domestic and foreign merchandise combined, excluding Department of
rieferse (DOPD Militar! Assrlsance Program cran.-Aid shipments, f.a.s. (free alongside ship) U.S. port of
?p)ortation value basiT r1,.rlerl impori. are A combination of entries fir immediate consumption; entries into
Custo",-, bonded warenousec nn.i entries ir.tr, 11.,. c.re.qr, Trade Zones on a c.i.f. (cost, insurance, frea, kl-
11.5. rort of entrY an,- CuS..:,. ,,ilue h .'se Mnnthl, totals are adjusted for seasonal and w..rk Ir,..i .i ,
.ar atio)n. buts not fo.jr changes in price le el. Mrinthl, trade balance is based on the seasonal i, idjut.t-1
rotal ; the jlanuar,-nie~muber icalepn,dr jear rota.i, ..1 trade balances are unadjusted and do not represent the
sum cf the ,Trtr.1t al.jted toral Trjr,il. represern ,iof unrounded figures and may vary from sum of
ro,,nde.l .a.ount. See E pianar ,.-r, of StatiiciC4 for ioitirrnal information on coverage, definition of export
and impnr. *,aluitorns, and sources of further information.




General Imports Trade Balance

Exports
Period f.a.s. value, C.i.f. value, Customs value, F.a.s. F.a.s.
seasonally seasonally seasonally exports; exports;
adjusted adjusted adjusted c.i.f. Customs
imports imports



januar--r.ctober .... 178,267.0 296,389.8 282,887.2 -118,122.8 -104,620.?

January............ 19,401.3 29,686.7 28,296.9 -10,285.4 -8,895.6
Febru.ar............ 17,853.3 29,298.9 27,984.7 -11,445.6 -10,131.4
March.............. 18,446.4 29,492.2 28,129.2 -11,045.8 -9,682.8
Aprl .............. 17,778.9 29,628.9 2R,295.3 -11,850.0 -10,516.4
may................ 17,414.3 30,079.9 28,684.8 -12,665.6 -11,270.5
June ................ 17,437.8 30,853.2 29,424.8 -13,415.4 -11,987.0

Jul ............... 17,411.5 27,920.2 26,630.2 -10,508.7 -9,218.7
Augjr............. 17,423.2 27,326.7 26,083.3 -9,903.5 -8,660.1
etemeber.......... 17,732.2 33,282.0 31,764.2 -15,549.8 -14,032.0
itrroner ............ 17,368.1 28,821.1 27,594.0 -11,453.0 -10,225.9
ho. e', ber ...........
ecei.be r...........



Jinuary-Dre.:C,.er... 217,865.2 341,176.8 325,725.7 -123,311.6 -107.860.5

JInur-ir,lOct...r .... 180,103.8 285,240.2 272,326.4 -105,136.4 -92,222.6

janur, ............ 17,888.7 27,397.0 26,204.5 -9,508.3 -8,315.8
Februr............ 17,208.0 27,587.4 26,419.5 -10,379.4 -9,211.5
Mar,:ch.............. 17,905.7 28,177.8 26,948.2 -10,272.1 -9,042.5
April.............. 17,520.4 29,400.7 28,073.7 -11,880.3 -10,553.3
Mdal ................ 17,978.1 27,262.3 26,011.9 -9,284.2 -8,033.8
June............... 17,705.3 26,460.5 25,279.2 -8,755.2 -7,570.9

Jul ................. 19,153.9 32,925.0 31,334.0 -13,771.1 -12,180.1
5uguI'............. 18,122.9 28,212.7 26,866.3 -10,089.8 -8,743.4
prefer .......... 18,209.9 29,753.0 28,409.4 -11,543.1 -10,199.5
-.torer,.............. 18,410.9 28,063.8 26,782.7 -9,652.9 -8,371.8
,fember........... 18,394.7 28,616.6 27,331.3 -10,221.9 -8,936.6
"rece.ber ........... 19,142.4 27,175.7 25,933.1 -8,033.3 -6,790.7


Note. The rrrnti, l, and calendar year totals shown in
,~ nr.c.n in export table 3 and import tables z


this table are derived by adding the commodity components


IF>prTi ind rporir statistical series are adjusted for seasonal and/or working-day variation but not for changes in price level. The
adJluite monthnv e.cprt an imori totals for 1984 and 1985 pres&enre in this report are derived by adding the seasonally adjusted components
1.eI. 1iTi section;). The factors used to adjust the 1984 arhT 9I5s ,-po'rent series represent the combination of seas.Tal jus lenr. factors
oee.,loCped front, ,U,ihlv d.ta rhrrugn 1984 and the appropriate ur.r .ng-da. facitor.. Prior to January 1979, monthly totals *Er iadjus[ed iri.le,),d-
ently of the coerinenis. Effe:tve with January 1986 statistical month, the practice of adjusting exports and imports for seasonal and working-
day aridTirn .,il nre dricintirlue.
l'nilat i .ns of ata over it leA't 4-month periods are desirable to identify underlying trends. Month-to-month changes in exports, imports,
and sir ilar series often reflect prima-il, irre-ular movanerits. differences in monthly carryover, etc. Recent month-to-month percent changes in
the overall seasorilly jqjus.tel iporr nad in.irt series nre. presented in the following table with average percent month-to-month rise and
declinee O),r lorr er rnilIs itqrwn for rhioriLon. The aiera.' s eciJde percentage changes for prird l'r, re. gli.ible cJrj= ('zev) rerentc in
the level of expcorts'n.Txrrt; zxcurrel.


3See the "Eplanation of Statistics for dEfdint,',.i of ur.r- eOrt ,an ilirort value-.







TABLE IB. EXPORTS, GENERAL IMPORTS, AND MERCHANDISE TRADE BALANCE BY
REVISEn STATISTICAL MONTH: JANUARY 1984 TO SEPTEMBER 1985


In millions of dollars. Exports are domestic and foreign merchandise
combined, excluding Department of Defense (D0n) Military Assistance
Program Grant-Aid shipments, 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. (cost, insurance,
freight) U.S. port of entry value basis. Totals represent sum of
unrounded figures and may vary from sum of rounded amounts, nata are
neither adjusted for seasonal nor working-day variation nor changes
in price level. See "Explanation of Statistics" for additional infor-
mation on coverage, definitions of statistical month, recompilation
policy, export and import valuations, and sources of further information.



Revised Exports General Imports Trade
Statistical Balance
Period F.a.s. Value, C.i.f. Value,
unadjusted unadjusted



1985(1)

January-September ...... 159,823.5 262,690.7 -102,867.2

January................. 17,401.0 28,244.7 -10,843.7
February................ 17,981.6 26,480.7 8,499.1
March ................... 19,726.7 29,863.7 -10,137.0
April................... 17,977.9 30,088.8 -12,110.9
May ..................... 18,774.3 31,272.9 -12,498.6
June .................... 18,103.1 28,602.5 -10,499.4

July .................... 16,606.4 30,190.7 -13,584.3
August.................. 16,480.0 29,366.1 -12,886.1
September............... 16,772.5 28,580.6 -11,808.1
October................. (NA) (NA) (NA)
November................
December................


1984(2)

January-December........ 218,722.8 346,364.4 -127,641.6

January-September....... 162,095.1 257,009.3 -94,914.2

January................. 16,765.7 26,063.8 9,298.1
February................ 17,038.8 26,087.1 9,048.3
March ................... 19,358.8 28,946.4 9,587.6
April................... 17,900.1 27,R808.2 9,908.1
May ..................... 19,008.9 30,708.6 -11,699.7
June .................... 18,734.3 29,q63.6 -11,229.3

July .................... 17,657.2 30,055.4 -12,398.2
August.................. 18,219.4 29,768.4 -11,549.0
September ............... 17,411.9 27,607.8 -10,195.9
October................. 18,736.8 31,926.3 -13,189.5
November................ 18,630.0 30,369.4 -11,739.4
December................ 19,260.9 27,059.4 7,798.5


NA = Not Available
(1) Revised statistical month.
(2) Actual month.








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.



1985 STATISTICAL MONTH



ITEM OCTnBEP SEPTEMBER AUGUST JULY JUNE




PART A. OVERALL TOTALS:


DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN
EYPOPTS, EXC DOD SHPMT
GENERAL IMPORTS, C.I.F.
TRADE BALANCE........
GENERAL IMPORTS,CUSTOMS
TRADE BALANCE........


17,36R.1 17,732.2
28,821.1 33,282.0
-11,453.0 -15,549.8
27,594.0 31,764.2
-10,225.9 -14,032.n


17,423.2
27,326.7
-9,903.5
26,083.3


17,411.5 17,437.8
27,920.2 30,853.2
-10,508.7 -13,415.4
26,630.2 29,424.8


-8,660.1 -9,218.7 -11,987.0


PART B. SELECTED EXPORT AND IMPORT COMMODITY GROUPINGS:

AGRICULTURAL COMMODITIES
DOM AND FOR EXPORTS.. 2,261.1 2,152.2 2,292.8
GEN IMPORTS, C.I.F... 1,50n.6 1,873.0 1,790.5
TRADE BALANCE...... *752.5 +279.2 +502.3
GEN IMPORTS, CUSTOMS. 1,367.8 1,696.0 1,624.7
TRADE BALANCE...... *893.3 +456.2 +668.1


MANUFACTURED GOODS
DOMESTIC EXPORTS .....
GEN IMPORTS, C.I.F...
TRADE BALANCE......
GEN IMPORTS, CUSTOMS.
TRADE BALANCE......


11,799.2 12,144.6
2n,290.4 24,381.3
-8,481.2 -12,236.7
19,432.1 23,290.9
-7,632.9 -11,146.3


TOTAL, PETROLEUM AND SELECTED PRODUCTS (U)
DOMESTIC EXPnRTS..... 426.9 420.4
GEN IMPORTS, C.I.F... 4,617.9 4,524.1
TRADE BALANCE...... -4,191.0 -4,103.7
GEN IMPORTS, CUSTOMS. 4,461.2 4,370.7
TRADE BALANCE...... -4,034.3 -3,950.3


CRUDE PETROLEUM (u1
DOMESTIC EXPORTS...
GEN IMPORTS, C.I.F.
TRADE BALANCE....
GEN IMPORTS,CISTOMS
TRADE BALA11CE....

RESIDUAL FUEL OIL (U)
DOMESTIC EXPORTS...
GEN IMPORTS, C.I.F.
TRADE BALANCE....
GEN IMPORTS,CUSTOMS
TRADE BALANCE....


1R.3
3,002.1
-2,983.8
2,914.8
-2,896.5


138.4
516.9
-378.5
490.1
-351.7


17.4
2,950.4
-2,933.0
2,865.4
-2,848.0


132.4
550.7
-418.3
522.5
-390.1


PART C. SELECTED WORLD AREAS AND COUNTRIES:


CANADA
DOM AND FOR EXPORTS..
GEN IMPORTS, C.I.F...
TRADE BALANCE......
GEN IMPORTS, CUSTOMS.
TRADE BALANCE......

WESTERN EUROPE
DOM AND FOR EXPORTS..
GEN IMPORTS, C.I.F...
TRADE BALANCE......
GEN IMPORTS, CUSTOMS.
TRADE BALANCE......


3,861.4
5,900.6
-2,039.2
5,866.7
-2,005.3


4,908.9
6,756.R
-1,R47.9
6,414.1
-1,505.2


4,103.9
6,284.1
-2,180.2
6,241.2
-2,137.3


4,644.5
7,996.R
-3,352.3
7,551.3
-2,906.8


11,894.0
19,640.8
-7,746.8
18,761.0
-6,867.0


374.3
3,846.0
-3,471.7
3,717.1
-3,342.8


26.0
2,649.6
-2,623.6
2,572.2
-2,546.2


71.1
383.6
-312.5
365.3
-294.2




3,794.1
5,267.4
-1,473.3
5,232.3
-1,438.2


4,712.9
6,151.5
-1,438.6
5,816.2
-1,103.3


2,112.6
1,744.1
+368.5
1,578.6
+534.0


12,009.8
19,809.8
-7,800.0
18,901.0
-6,891.2


326.4
4,032.3
-3,705.9
3,888.0
-3,561.6


15.3
2,650.0
-2,634.7
2,565.5
-2,550.2


51.8
320.6
-268.8
306.0
-254.2




4,111.5
5,175.6
-1,264.1
5,340.1
-1,228.6


4,611.8
6,533.7
-1,921.9
6,182.5
-1,570.7


2,230.3
1,902.8
+327.5
1,728.8
+501.5


12,127.2
21,643.8
-9,516.6
20,653.3
-8,526.1


272.1
4,996.0
-4,723.9
4,808.3
-4,536.2


19.7
3,240.3
-3,220.6
3,132.2
-3,112.5


75.7
411.7
-336.0
391.7
-316.0




4,324.0
6,041.5
-1,717.5
5,997.9
-1,673.9


4,554.9
7,195.1
-2,640.2
6,808.4
-2,253.5








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


1985 STATISTICAL MONTH


ITEM OCTOBER SEPTEMBER AUGUST JULY JUNE




PART C. SELECTED WORLD AREAS AND COUNTRIES--continued

WESTERN EUROPE--continued
EUROPEAN ECONOMIC COMMUNITY
DOM AND FOR EXPORTS.. 3,922.2 3,659.8 3,861.0 3,610.8 3,693.Q
GEN IMPORTS, C.I.F... 5,461.4 6,412.2 5.1n8.2 5,219.2 6,031.3
TRADE BALANCE...... -1,53q.2 -2,752.4 -1,247.2 -1,608.4 -2,337.4
GEN IMPORTS, CUSTOMS. 5,194.9 6,068.5 4,841.3 4,q45.4 5,716.2
TRADE BALANCE...... -1,272.7 -2,408.7 -98n.3 -1,334.6 -2,n22.3

UNITED KINGDOM (U)
DOM AND FOR EXPORTS 925.9 842.8 784.4 831.4 854.q
GEN IMPORTS, C.I.F. 1,489.5 1,35R9. 1,285.2 1,353.3 1,51n.n
TRADE BALANCE.... -563.6 -515.2 -500.8 -521.9 -655.1
GEN IMPORTS,CUSTOMS 1,433.2 1,3(10.1 1,233.2 1,297.1 1,447.2
TRADE BALANCE.... -507.3 -457.3 -448.8 -465.7 -592.3

FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF GERMANY
DOM AND FOR EXPORTS 857.5 646.2 680.9 643.2 749.9
GEN IMPORTS, C.I.F. 1,596.7 2,268.6 1,522.3 1,592.4 1,670.5
TRADE BALANCE.... -739.2 -1,622.4 -841.4 -949.2 -920.6
GEN IMPORTS,rf1STOMS 1,519.5 2,157.0 1,449.2 1,515.0 1,S85.5
TRADE BALANCE.... -662.0 -1,510.8 -768.3 -871.8 -835.6

JAPAN
DOM AND FOR EXPORTS.... 1,863.9 1,923.7 1,717.1 1,854.5 1,757.7
GEN IMPORTS, C.I.F..... 5,065.1 7,055.2 5,443.6 5,854.1 6,330.7
TRADE BALANCE........ -3,201.2 -5,131.5 -3,726.5 -3,999.6 -4,573.0
GEN IMPORTS, CUSTOMS... 4,826.6 6,706.4 5,180.0 5,557.2 5,991.q
TRADE BALANCE........ -2,962.7 -4,782.7 -3,462.9 -3,702.7 -4,234.2

MEXICO
DOM AND FOR EXPORTS.... 1,143.4 1,029.1 1,402.9 814.6 1,196.8
GEN IMPORTS, C.I.F..... 1,585.1 1,521.4 1,476.5 1,683.1 1,767.7
TRADE BALANCE........ -441.7 -492.3 -73.6 -868.5 -370.9
GEN IMPORTS, CUSTOMS... 1,562.7 1,501.9 1,458.1 1,663.1 1,745.8
TRADE BALANCE........ -419.3 -472.8 -55.2 -R48.5 -349.0

TAIWAN
DOM AND FOR EXPORTS (U) 328.8 379.3 373.3 41R.4 379.8
GEN IMPORTS, C.I.F..... 1,294.9 1,623.8 1,332.1 1,342.4 1,383.3
TRADE BALANCE........ -966.1 -1,244.5 -958.R -924.0 -1,n03.5
GEN IMPORTS, CUSTOMS... 1,198.8 1,5n5.2 1,231.5 1,240.0 1,272.6
TRADE BALANCE........ -870.0 -1,125.9 -858.2 -821.6 -892.8

REPUBLIC OF KOREA
DOM AND FOR EXPORTS.... 417.0 451.2 452.0 511.5 526.6
GEN IMPORTS, C.I.F..... 865.9 977.4 687.6 910.6 870.5
TRADE BALANCE........ -448.9 -526.2 -235.6 -399.1 -343.9
GEN IMPORTS, CUSTOMS... 812.5 914.8 642.9 844.5 811.7
TRADE BALANCE........ -395.5 -463.6 -190.9 -333.0 -285.1

OPEC
DOM AND FOR EXPORTS.... 886.6 964.0 1,116.6 1,097.3 991.3
GE'N IMPORTS, C.I.F.((). 2,087.9 2,331.9 1,732.1 1,819.? 2,002.0
TPADE BALANCE........ -1,201.3 -1,367.9 -615.5 -721.9 -1,010.7
GEN IMPNRTS,Cr.STOMS(u). 1,990.1 2,217.9 1,646.0 1,723.5 1,890.6
TRADE BALANCEF........ -1,103.5 -1,253.9 -529.4 -626.2 -899.3

SAUDI ARABIA
DOM AND FOR EXPORTS.. 316.2 317.5 381.6 485.0 326.2
GEN IMPORTS, C.I.F.(U) 142.5 82.5 65.6 45.4 52.3
TRADE BALANCE...... +173.7 +235.0 +316.0 +430.6 +273.9
GEN IMPORTS,CIISTNMS(U) 135.5 77.1 62.2 41.3 48.3
TRADE BALANCE...... +180.7 +240.4 +319.4 +443.7 +277.9

NIGERIA (U)
DOM AND FOR EXPORTS.. 49.6 38.8 79.0 37.1 55.2
GEN IMPORTS, C.I.F... 320.4 276.1 310.3 238.8 256.7
TRADE BALANCE...... -270.8 -237.3 -231.3 -201.7 -201.5
GEN IMPORTS, CUSTOMS. 310.2 268.2 302.5 230.9 248.3
TRADE BALANCE...... -260.6 -229.4 -223.5 -193.8 -193.1










TABLE 2. U.S. EXPORTS AND GENERAL IMPORTS OF MERCHANniSE BY SELECTED
COMMOnITY GROtlPINGS, WORLn AREAS AND COINTRIES--continued



1985 STATISTICAL MONTH



ITEM OCTOBER SEPTEMBER AUGUST JULY JUNE


PAPT D. EXPORTS OF DOMESTIC MERCHANDISE BY
F.A.S. VALUE BASIS:


SELECTED COMMnDIT/ GROUPINGS,


FOOD/ANIMALS:
LIVE ANIMALS (U) ........
MEAT AND MEAT PREP (JU)...
MEAT FRESH, CHL, FPZN(u).
MILK AND CREAM (U) ......
FISH AND FISH PREP ......
WHEAT (U)................
RICE (U) ................ .
CORI (U).................
RYE; OATS: GRN SOPG (U)..
VEG; FRUT: NUT...........
VEG; FRESH, CHL, FRZN ....
FRUT; NUT, FRSH OR DRY...
FRUT PRESV, PREP.........
SUGAR; SUGAR PREP (U)....
ANIMAL FEEDS (U).........

BEVERACES/TOBACCO:
TOBAC UNMFR, REFUSE (U)..
TOBAC MFR (U)............
CIGARETTES (U)...........

CRUDE MAT, EXC FUELS:
HIDE, SKIN, UNDRSD (U)...
FuRSKINS, UNDRESSED......
SOYBEANS.................
CRUDE RUBBER (u).........
PULPWOOD;CHIPS;LOGS (u)..
LUMBER...................
PULP AND WASTE PAPER (UI.
wnOOPULP-SULPHATE (U)....
COTTON, RAW, LNTRS.......
RAW COTTON...............
CRUDE MIN, NSPF (U)......
IRON OR STEEL SCP (f )....
NONFERR ORE (U)..........
NONFERP SCRP (U).........
PRECIOUS MET ORE (U).....

MINERAL FUELS:
BITUMINOUS COAL..........
NATURAL GAS fUJ)..........

CHEMICALS AND PROD:
ORGAN, INOPGN CHEM (11)...
ORGANIC CHEMICALS (U)....
INORGANIC CHEMICALS (fl)..
MED. PHARMA PROD.........
FERT; FEPT MATERIALS (U).
SYN RES; PLASTIC.........
CHEM MAT; PROD NSPF......


70.4


19.7
73.5
309.8
65.6
340.2
55.5
2n3.5
53.3
111.f6
29.R
12.1
166.0


41.5
94.?
90.6
21.4
134.4
265.0
73.9
224.9
70.8
196.6
46.9
107.9
32.1
13.0Q
151.4


123.6 111.6
96.9 119.8
92.4 112.2


86.6
22.6
270.4
49. 7
109.4
64.7
125.5
63.0
126.3
127.5
45.2
72.7
3R.0
70.P
12.7


99.0
16.9
250.0
51.2
117.6
60.5
135.8
78.6
100.0
97.5
48.1
5R.0
49.8
64.6
9.6


342.7 336.9
25.0 40.6


797.4
516.4
281.0
228.7
181.9
255.0
204.5


817.6
501.1
316.5
205.9
224.8
276.9
183.7


8.7
106.8
99.8
23.6
68.1
331.4
56.2
270.0
48.n
248.3
55.2
145.3
34.7
14.5
149.0


15.6
93.4
8R.4
19.5
106.4
247.2
56.7
299.8
59.3
181.3
49.4
89.8
34.1
13.3
116.0


116.3 54.6
158.; 85.8
147.6 79.4


96.1
13.0
225.3
48.n
121.5
69.1
14Q.9
82.A
94.7
92.2
51.R
113.q
47.1
92.6
14.8


81.1
26.2
181.4
46.9
127.9
68.6
147.1
82.1
113.8k
111.0
44.7
74.5
57.5
74.0
11.3


426.1 349.4
11.5 32.0


783.6
545.4
238.2
212.?
187.9
310.1
206.5


712.0
485.3
226.7
222.0
225.8
259.8
206.0


19.7
89.0
83.6
16.6
79.6
334.6
47.2
336.4
85.4
202.9
53.1
109.6
32.5
12.3
128.2


InR.Q
20.n
146.1
52.5
120.2
65.3
170.2
83.5
132.3
126.8
46.5
77.3
53.0
80.8
23.1


335.3
16.5


790.R
536.8
254.0
238.4
99.1
268.9
208.7








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



1985 STATISTICAL MONTH



ITEM OCTOBER SEPTEMBER AUGUST JULY JUNE



TABLE 2 PART D--continued

MANUFACTURES BY MAT:
TIRES AND TUBES.......... 24.7 24.3 27.4 27.5 29.7
PAPR; PAPRBD. UNCUT...... 137.5 149.4 141.7 131.5 156.3
PAPR; PAPRBO, CUT........ 52.7 45.3 53.1 45.9 51.2
TXTLE YRN; FBRC; ARTCL(U) 205.5 191.6 211.0 195.7 212.0
TXTLE YRN; THREAn........ 52.2 55.3 57.5 54.4 55.5
COTTON FABRICS, WOVEN (U) 17.n 15.2 19.9 15.8 17.0
TEXTILE FABRICS WOVEN.... 42.7 46.9 48.8 48.3 46.3
GLASS.................... 39.4 49.1 42.1 42.3 42.7
NAT; SYN PREC STONES..... 29.3 35.0 33.5 37.0 33.1
GEM DIAMONDS............. 28.4 32.2 22.5 25.3 34.6
IRON AND STL MILL PRnnO... 88.8 79.5 93.9 83.1 100.8
IRON OR STL PLT; SHTS (U) 23.2 2n.7 24.1 21.0 22.9
IRON OR STL TB; PP; FT... 41.4 39.1 42.7 41.9 50.3
SILVER BULLION (U)....... 6.2 9.5 6.4 2.7 9.0
PLATINUM (U)............. 7.5 6.1 5.1 7.6 5.7
COPPER (U)............... 21.2 1R.8 31.3 23.3 22.8
NICKEL (U)............... 15.2 16.6 16.1 17.1 17.5
ALUMINUM (U)............. 71.4 68.0 74.2 79.1 110.5
METAL MFRS, NSPF......... 263.8 272.9 266.7 282.0 278.4
IRON OR STL STRCT (U).... p4.1 26.9 31.1 24.2 24.4
TOOLS.................... 60.7 51.3 52.0 68.2 59.7
BASE METAL MFRS NSPF..... 12q.1 128.9 123.1 125.1 132.4

MACHINERY--NON ELEC:
PWR GENRTNG MACH......... 803.8 791.6 787.5 715.8 832.5
BOILERS; TURBINES; ENG... 757.5 725.1 664.n 630.1 721.1
INTERNAL COMBN ENrC....... 701.7 689.9 662.9 576.2 681.1
ELEC MOTR; GEN; PTS (U).. 57.4 75.0 64.0 57.8 86.2
MACH. FOR PARTICULR INn.. 768.8 801.3 841.8 766.1 882.7
AGRI MACH; PTS; TRCTR.... 135.5 139.1 127.6 134.2 134.Q
ENGINEER; CONTRCTR EQUIP. 314.4 322.2 367.4 311.8 373.3
TE9TLE; LTHR MACH........ 44.8 48.2 41.8 3Q.1 40.6
PAPR; PRTNG EQUIPMENT.. 85.4 81.2 78.1 82.R 77.5
MAC. FOR PARTCLR IND NSPF 220.5 242.6 243.4 232.5 240.1
METALWORKING MACH. (U)... 103.7 94.6 116.5 122.5 In7.5
GEN INn MACH; PTS........ 592.6 590.4 641.8 577.5 65n.7
HEAT; COOL EQUIP; PTS.... 145.5 160.4 147.6 134.4 145.6
PUMP; FAN; CTRFG; PTS.... 170.0 155.9 203.2 171.3 216.6
MECH. HANDL EQP; PTS..... 80.2 79.3 89.3 72.3 71.6
OFFC MACH; ADP EQP....... 1,168.2 1,164.2 1,202.8 1,170.0 1,249.5
ADP EOP .................. 534.8 549.9 599.8 532.8 576.9
OFFC MACH; ADP EOP; PTS.. 553.8 556.6 596.4 596.4 62n.4
TELECOM APP; EQP; PTS.... 323.2 342.3 295.6 356.0 340.1
TELECOM EQP; NSPF; PTS(U) 289.7 304.6 260.4 31R.R 3n9.9

MACHINERY--ELEC:
ELEC MACH; APP........... 984.3 970.6 974.2 956.6 1,042.3
ELEC PWR MACH; SWTCHGR... 227.6 202.5 213.4 199.9 231.1
ELEC DIST EOP............ 97.8 73.8 73.3 77.4 78.6
ELEC MACH; MED; RAD APP.. 109.9 92.1 97.0 98.4 105.6
HHLD TYPE EQP............ 41.5 49.4 46.q 43.3 43.4
TBS; TRANS; SEMICOND..... 321.5 336.9 323.4 349.0 375.1
ELEC MACH; APP NSPF...... 205.1 204.9 213.8 193.2 2270.2








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



1985 STATISTICAL MONTH



TITEM OCTOBER SEPTEMBER AU.IIST JULY JUNE



TABLE 2 PART D--continued

TRANSPORT EOUIPEMENT:
PASSENGER CARS:
TO CANADA................ 441.2 529.1 436.0 576.3 471.8
TO OTHER COUNTRIES....... 10.4 23.6 13.2 36.9 18.0
MTR VEH; PTS NSPF........ 1,084.8 1,198.3 1,098.0 1,060.8 1,207.4
MTR VEH NSPF............. 181.8 221.2 168.8 199.9 224.8
AUTO PTS; TRAC PTS....... 938.8 968.6 934.4 865.0 967.2
MTRCYS; BICYS; TIPS (U).. 16.2 8.2 9.1 7.3 10.7
LOCOMOTIVES (U).......... 22.9 29.7 28.3 32.9 30.4
AIRCRFT; SPCECRFT; PTS(il) 1,107.0 1,077.3 876.7 1,25?.2 1,179.5
AIRCRAFT--COM; MIL (iU... 616.6 577.4 311.6 734.2 682.8
SPACECRAFT (U)........... 10.1 51.6 148.7 51.3 61.0
AIRCRAFT PARTS........... 476.9 448.3 430.2 485.8 416.5
VSSLS; FLTNG STRUC (i)... 30.5 27.5 11.9 18.8 44.1
PTS OF VESSELS (U)....... 11.0 17.4 22.5 15.8 22.0

MANUFACTURES, MISC:
SANIT PLMB; HEAT FIT..... 16.7 16.9 16.6 17.5 17.7
FURNITURE AND PARTS ...... 46.8 44.9 43.2 43.6 43.9
CLOTHING................. 67.4 60.3 65.4 65.3 59.6
MEAS; CONTR; SCIE. INS(U) 405.3 416.9 412.9 414.7 459.1
PHOTO APP; SUPP.......... 144.6 136.7 147.1 136.5 144.2
PHOTO SUPPLIES........... 113.1 104.2 114.8 96.7 118.1
ART OF RUB; PLAST NSPF... 104.1 99.8 104.7 96.1 101.7
PRINTED MATTER........... 107.1 104.6 102.8 106.4 113.3

COMMODITIES, NSPF:
SPECIAL TRANSACTIONS (U). 84.2 78.4 70.0 77.9 91.4
MILITAPf GOODS (U)....... 168.5 347.1 213.1 286.7 245.2
NONMONETARY GOLD (U)..... 168.0 130.6 91.5 121.2 79.7

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

FOOD/ANIMALS:
LIVE ANIMALS............. 42.3 36.4 39.4 47.5 46.8
MEAT AND MEAT PREP (U)... 193.7 218.2 213.2 222.9 215.1
DAIRY PROD; EGGS......... 42.8 38.6 37.3 40.0 38.4
FISH AND FISH PREP....... 304.3 359.3 330.5 354.1 378.8
FISH, FR; DRD; SHELL (U). 248.1 287.6 262.3 303.1 304.3
SHELLFISH................ 117.0 165.1 150.4 151.8 147.6
VEG; FRUT; NUT........... 308.0 394.1 379.0 380.4 371.9
VEG; FRESH, CHL, FRZN..... 107.1 124.4 118.5 124.1 109.1
FRUITS AND NUTS (U)...... 205.9 241.1 222.2 245.2 286.2
SUGAR (Ii)................ 38.0 93.0 60.0 28.1 104.5
COFFEE (U)............... 229.4 305.8 300.2 218.1 314.5
COCOA (0U)................ 50.8 78.4 87.1 82.6 73.3

BEVERAGE/TOBACCO:
ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES (U).. 323.5 333.2 273.9 248.5 282.6
WINE (U) ................. 105.0 99.4 85.6 83.3 109.4
TOBAC UNMFR (U).......... 10.8 38.5 56.2 33.8 74.2









TABLE 2. 11.5. EXPORTS AND GENERAL IMPORTS OF MERCHANDISE BY SELECTED
COMMODITY GROUPINGS, WORLD AREAS AN COIINTRIES--continued



1985 STATISTICAL MONTH



ITEM OCTOBER SEPTEMBER AUGUST JULY JUNE


TABLE 2 PART E--continued

CRUDE MAT, EXC. FUELS:
HIDE, SKIN, UNDPRSD (U)...
FURSKINS, UNDRESSED......
OILSn; OILNTS; KERNLS (U)
CRUDE RUBBER (U).........
LUMBER...................
PULP AND WASTEPAPER......
WOOL; OTR ANIMAL HAIR (U)
CRUDE FERTILIZERS (U)....
STONE; SAND; GRAVEL (U)..
CRUDE MINERALS, NSPF.....
IRON ORE AND CONCENTRATES
BASE METAL nRES (U)......
BAUXITE AND ALUMINA (U)..
PRECIOUS METAL ORES......
CRUDE VEG MAT NSPF.......

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

CHEMICALS AND PROD:
ORGANIC CHEMICALS (II)....
INORGANIC CHEMICALS (U)..
MED. PHARMA PROD.........
MFP FERTILIZFRS..........
CHEM MAT; PROD NSPF (IU)..

MANUFACTURES RY MAT:
TIRES AND TUBES (U)......
WOOD; VENEERS; PLY.......
WOOD MANUFACTURE'S NSPF..
STANDARD NEWSPRINT.......
TITLE YPN; FBPC; ARTCL...
TEXTILE YAPN; THREAD (U).
TEXTILE FABRICS..........
GLASS....................
POTTERY..................
GEM DIAMONDS (U).........
IRON AND STL MLL PROD (U)
IRN OR STL BRS, RnDS......
IPN OR STL PLTS; SHEETS..
IRON OP STEEL WIRE.......
IRN OR STL TBS, PIPES (U)
SILVER BULLION (U).......
PLATINUM (U).............
COPPER (u)...............
NICKEL (l) ...............
ALUMINUM (U).............
ZINC (U).................
NAILS; SCREWS; BOLTS.....
BASE METAL MFRS NSPF (1).


6.3
19.1
4.7
85.1
280.2
117.2
14.9
1.3
65.4
34.6
33.6
113.1
84.7
29.2
67.5


13.0
220.R


367.2
322.5
97.0
84.5
105.9


132.0
84.8
67.6
326.9
459.8
50.0
134.8
49.4
91.7
305.8
593.9
106.4
217.3
28.5
174.0
46.5
86.7
75.2
48.3
180.3
33.4
80.3
184.5


6.7
14.6
8.6
84.0
291.1
111.6
13.1
1.2
18.4
53.0
79.2
110.0
78.7
22.8
73.6


5.8
21.3
11.4
74.1
290.5
131.6
11.5
.1
49.8
34.8
50.5
100.9
76.5
19.7
51.3


8.0
10.0
6.1
83.3
290.1
130.2
15.5
2.2
33.2
36.3
30.1
123.7
87.4
20.6
60.7


6.7
7.3
n10.2
75.9
320.4
137.5
14.0
2.4
10.9
42.2
33.8
129.9
100.4
17.0
86.8


16.6 15.3 15.6 12.2
204.3 198.5 241.7 258.5


473.2
232.9
110.0
90.3
131.9


i60.9
85.7
75.6
316.6
499.6
57.1
140.5
51.5
110.4
279.5
1,092.1
184.0
526.4
39.7
248.2
48.6
97.3
103.5
55.5,
214.6
46.8
115.7


358.6
210.4
86.5
61.4
106.7


136.7
61.0
66.1
295.5
391.7
43.4
99.7
48.8
79.3
223.4
863.5
169.9
308.2
34.9
216.6
29.9
105.5
R2.2
34.3
167.4
34.8
90.3


358.2
281.2
82.4
64.9
114.3


135.3
76.2
71.7
283.1
415.2
4Q.6
113.8
50.9
83.9
234.9
703.8
151.9
279.7
29.0
184.3
97.1
71.2
90.8
30.7
162.3
42.7
84.2


516.0
308.6
115.7
116.3
121.2


134.3
85.3
68.9
322.3
449.6
53.1
118.5
52.6
81.4
220.7
998.9
199.7
483.3
43.2
237.9
149.8
55.8
116.5
56.9
179.9
63.0
94.3


212.9 172.8 175.7 184.8








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



19q5 STATISTICAL MnNTH



ITEM OCTOBER SEPTEMBER AUGUST JULY JUNE




TABLE 2 PART E--continued

MACHTNERY--NON-ELEC:
PWP GENPTING MACH........ 662.3 764.8 609.6 580.4 661.2
AGRI MACH; PTS; TPCTR fu) 107.4 120.6 111.6 127.3 126.5
TXTLE; LTHR MACH......... 86.0 104.8 96.3 88.3 84.0
PAPR; PRTNG EOP (U)...... 126.3 131.7 119.2 120.4 129.7
METALWORKING MACHINERY... 210.9 268.7 230.9 234.1 251.4
GEN IND MACH; PTS........ 652.3 814.7 621.4 696.1 734.7
OFFC MACH: ADP EOP....... 966.8 1,086.4 946.5 872.3 887.5
TELECOM APP; EOP; PTS.... 1,338.9 1,667.5 1,442.8 1,369.1 1,632.7
TV SETS.................. 161.3 188.6 169.6 178.0 181.7
RADIOS................... 231.6 329.1 271.6 280.4 295.5
SOIND REC AND REPPOD..... 423.9 513.2 510.0 371.3 545.7
TELECOM APP; EOP NSPF.... 599.6 661.7 553.9 532.0 574.0

MACHINERY--ELEC:
ELEC MACH; APP........... 1,291.8 1,654.9 1,291.8 1,327.7 1,401.5
CIRC RPKS; BnS; RES...... 187.5 208.3 177.2 180.7 190.7
ELEC DIST EQP............ 120.6 151.2 107.7 137.5 112.5
ELEC MEn EOP (U)......... 105.0 116.4 84.2 77.1 75.8
ELEC HHLD EOP............ 134.1 222.7 134.1 154.3 144.4
TUBES; TRANS; SEMCON..... 451.4 522.3 438.8 431.9 561.6
ELEC MACH; APP (ul....... 302.2 341.2 288.0 290.5 304.2

TRANSPORT EOUIPMENT-
PASSENGER CARS:
FROM CANADA.............. 1,129.1 1,146.0 1,055.5 900.4 869.3
FROM JAPAN .............. 1,134.7 2,035.8 1,31r.5 1,356.0 1,702.2
FROM OTHER COUNTRIES..... 523.7 824.7 503.8 593.7 850.2
TRKS; BUSES; CHAS (U).... 721.8 802.6 638.4 641.5 830.6
MTPCfS; BIC1S PTS........ 98.7 137.5 85.3 95.4 151.0
MTR VEH AND TPCTP PTS.... A36.5 965.4 744.0 794.8 782.2
AIRCRFT; SPCECRFT; PTS(U) 311.5 264.8 239.5 263.1 331.4
AIRCPAFT--COM; MILL (U).. 136.6 67.7 90.5 130.4 139.3
SPACECRAFT (U)........... 5.5 8.5 4.4 4.8 3.6
AIRCRAFT PTS (u)......... 168.7 188.6 144.5 127.q 143.8

MANUFACTURES, MISC:
SANIT PLMB; HEAT FIX (U). 40.1 52.4 48.6 42.6 43.8
FURNITURE AND PARTS...... ?89.3 327.2 282.8 277.0 314.3
TRAVEL GOODS; HANDBAGS... 136.3 126.7 116.8 121.0 112.1
CLOTHING................. 1,382.4 1,402.3 1,162.9 1,305.3 1,193.3
FOOTWEAR................. 601.0 522.9 469.6 545.6 504.5
PHOTO APP: SUPP.......... 191.0 209.2 161.4 182.2 150.3
OPTICAL GOODS (U)........ 98.9 94.2 69.2 93.7 94.8
WATCHES AND CLOCKS (U)... 139.1 127.5 104.9 135.5 116.0
ART OF PUB: PLAST NSPF... 208.4 234.5 191.1 196.8 20q.5
PRINTED MATTER........... 117.4 109.0 90.9 94.9 92.4
TOYS; GAMES; SPORT GDS... 323.0 423.7 374.5 298.5 361.6
APTWKS AND ANTIODlES fil).. 216.1 225.6 144.8 140.6 169.6
NUMISMATIC COINS (u)..... 83.9 67.4 42.7 60.2 49.0
MUSIC INSTR; PTS; ACC (U) 168.3 210.9 146.7 164.8 133.6
MISC MANUFACTURES NSPF... 83.7 94.5 80.6 85.7 85.4

COMMODITIES, NSPF:
SPECIAL TRANSACTIONS..... 556.0 553.4 465.4 626.5 578.2
NONMONETARY GOLD (U)..... 169.5 283.2 142.0 184.3 147.5









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


1985 STATISTICAL MONTH



ITEM OCTOBER SEPTEMBER AUGUST JULY JUNE



PART F. GENERAL IMPnPTS BY SELECTED COMMODITY GROUPINGS, CUSTOMS VALUE
BASIS:

FOOD/ANIMALS:
LIVE ANIMALS............. 41.4 34.9 38.7 46.7 45.9
MEAT AND MEAT PREP (U)... 175.6 196.n 190.2 199.5 194.4
,AIRY PROD; EGGS......... 39.n 35.2 33.9 36.3 34.8
FISH AND FISH PREP ....... 2R9.5 341.9 315.1 337.8 358.7
FISH, FR; ORD; SHELL (U). 236.5 274.4 250.7 290.2 2B8.7
SHELLFISH................ 113.0 159.4 145.2 147.0 142.6
VEG; FRUT; NUT........... 265.6 334.9 323.8 327.3 319.0
VEG; FRESH, CHL, FRZN.... 93.8 109.2 103.7 109.0 96.4
FRUITS AND NUTS (U)...... 176.7 202.7 188.4 209.6 243.2
SUGAR (0J)................ 35.4 86.8 55.8 25.9 99.3
COFFEE (I)................. 218.1 290.8 285.3 208.1 298.5
COCOA (U)................ 48.1 74.4 82.5 77.8 69.4

BEvERAGES/TOBACCO:
ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES (U).. 294.1 300.7 247.4 222.1 253.2
WINE (U)................... 92.3 86.8 75.0 72.5 96.2
TOBAC iNMFR (II)........... 9.8 35.8 52.2 31.2 69.5

CRUDE MAT, EXC. FUELS:
HTDE, SKIN, UNDRSD (U)... 6.2 6.5 5.6 7.7 6.5
FuRSKINS, UNDRESSED...... 18.9 14.4 21.1 9.9 7.2
OILSn; OILNTS; KERNLS (U) 4.5 8.4 10.9 6.0 10.0
CRUDE RUBBER (U)......... 75.9 75.4 67.0 74.6 69.0
.UMBER................... 271.1 279.4 279.0 281.2 310.3
PULP AND WASTEPAPER...... 115.7 110.3 128.8 127.2 136.4
WOOL; OTR ANIMAL HAIR (U) 14.0 12.3 10.9 14.6 13.3
CRUDE FERTILIZERS (U).... 1.2 1.0 .1 1.9 2.2
STONE; SAND; GRAVEL (U).. 60.1 10.6 46.3 27.3 6.7
CRUDE MINERALS, NSPF..... 28.3 45.0 28.8 29.7 34.5
IRON ORE AND CONCENTRATES 27.2 65.1 42.2 25.0 29.0
BASE METAL ORES (U)...... 105.2 99.6 90.6 110.5 116.5
BAUXITE AND ALUMINA (Ul.. 78.7 71.3 68.7 76.5 90.5
PRECIOUS METAL ORES...... 29.0 22.6 19.2 20.3 16.8
CRUDE VEG MAT NSPF....... 59.0 64.5 45.1 53.1 75.2

MINERALS FUELS:
COAL; COKE; RRIO (U)..... 11.5 14.5 13.6 13.7 10.R
NATURAL GAS (U).......... 220.0 204.3 198.5 240.1 258.2

CHEMICALS AND PROD:
ORGANIC CHEMICALS (U).... 347.8 448.6 339.8 337.0 484.9
INORGANIC CHEMICALS (U).. 309.4 219.2 198.0 269.7 293.9
MED. PHARMA PROD ......... 95.0 107.8 84.6 Rn.7 113.5
MFR FERTILIZERS.......... 77.8 82.5 56.7 61.1 105.1
CHEM MAT; PROD NSPF (U).. 100.8 123.5 99.8 107.3 113.6








TABLE 2. U.S. EXPERTS AND GENERAL IMPnOTS nF MERCHANDISE Rf SELErTEn
COMMODITY GROUPINGS, WORLD AREAS AND COUNTRIES--continued



1985 STATISTICAL MONTH



ITEM OCTOBER SEPTEMRFR AUGUST JIlLv JUNE




TABLE 2 PART F--continued

MANUFACTURES BY MAT:
TIRES AND TUBES (II)...... 123.5 14Q.3 127.1 125.2 124.4
WOOD; VENEERS; PLy....... 76.0 77.6 55.R 69.6 76.7
WOOD MANUFACTURE'S NSPF.. 62.5 69.7 61.1 67.1 64.5
STANnARD NEWSPRINT....... 31R.R 308.0 289.1 276.6 314.7
TXTLE YRN; FBRC; APTCL... 428.0 464.n 363.9 386.3 418.2
TEXTILE YARN; THREAD (U). 46.6 53.1 40.5 46.1 49.4
TEXTILE FABRICS ......... 125.7 131.0 92.R 106.4 111.5
GLASS.................... 46.3 48.0 45.6 47.6 49.4
POTTERY .................. 82.2 99.? 71.2 75.1 72.5
GEM DIAMONDS (II)......... 304.2 278.1 222.3 234.r 21q.8
IRON AND STL MLL PROD (U) 544.3 994.2 786.0 642.f 911.4
IRN OR STL BPS, PDS ...... 97.6 164.8 152.4 137.q lan.6
IRN OR STL PLTS; SHEETS.. 199.3 481.3 262.5 256.q 443.6
IRON OR STEEL WIRE....... 26.2 35.8 31.1 26.4 3R.9
IRN OR STL TBS, PIPES (U) 159.6 227.4 198.1 16R.5 217.5
SILVER BULLION (U)....... 46.3 48.5 2Q.8 96.9 149.5
PLATINUM (U) ............. 6.5 97.n In5.? 71.1 55.7
COPPER fU)............... 72.1 99.3 7P.7 A6.8 112.2
NICKEL (U)............... 47.6 54.6 33.9 30.3 56.1
ALUMINUM (U)............. 175.4 2n6.6 161.n 157.0 174.1
ZINC (U)................. 32.8 45.q 34.3 42.0 61.3
NAILS; SCREWS; ROLTS..... 74.2 In6.3 83.2 77.6 86.7
BASE METAL MFRS NSPF (U). 176.1 2i1.3 163.2 166.0 174.4

MACHINERY--NON-ELEC:
PWP GENRTING MACH........ 651.3 147.R 5q9.9 568.1 647.8
AGRI MACH; PTS; TPCTR fU) 103.? 115.3 106.4 121.7 170.R
TYTLE; LTHPR MACH......... 82.3 100.2 92.2 84.6 80.5
PAPR; PRTNG EOP (U)...... 121.3 126.1 114.5 115.6 123.q
METALWORKING MACHINERY... 202.3 257.3 22n.4 223.8 23q.9
GEN INO MACH; PTS........ 624.% 77q.1 592.9 663.6 698.7
OFFC MACH; AnP EOP....... q40.8 1,055.q 920.2 847.8 860.0
TELECOM APP; EOiP; PTS.... 1,307.4 1,626.7 1,40N .5 1,338.n 1,593.1
TV SETS.................. 157.5 1R3.8 165.3 173.R 176.8
RADIOS................... 225.5 320.6 264.4 273.6 287.6
SOuND REC AND PEPPON..... 416.3 503.1 50111.6 364.6 535.8
TELECOM APP; EOP NSPF (U0 583.3 643.7 538.7 518.6 558.4

MACHINERY--ELEC:
ELEC MACH; APP........... 1,255.4 1,606.0 1,254.0 1,20n.1 1,357.R
CIRC RRKS; BDS; RES...... 182.2 2n2.3 172.2 176.0 183.6
ELEC I0ST EOP............ 117.3 146.7 104.1 134.3 109.2
ELEC MED EOP (U)......... 1n2.5 113.4 02.2 75.n 73.5
ELEC HHLD EOP............ 127.2 212.11 127.0 146.4 136.3
TUBES; TRANS; SEM"nN (u). 444.7 514.5 432.4 425.6 553.0
ELEC MACH; APP (U)....... 291.2 32R.3 2?77.0 279.4 29?.0







TABLE 2. U.S. EXPORTS AND GENERAL IMPORTS OF MERCHANDISE BY SELECTEn
COMMnn[TY GROUPINGS, WORLn AREAS AND C0IiNTRIES--continued



1985 STATISTICAL MONTH


ITEM OCTOBER SEPTEMRER AUGUST JULY JUNE



TABLE ? PART F--continued

TRANSPORT EQUIPMENT:
PASSENGERS CARS:
FROM CANADA.............. 1,129.0 1,146.n 1,055.4 900.3 869.3
FROM JAPAN............... 1,075.5 1,129.5 1,250.6 1,285.5 1,61n.n
FROM OTHER COUNTRIES..... 509.4 R03.4 491.2 577.8 825.7
TRKS; BUSES; CHAS fU).... 702.6 774.6 614.1 6fif.1 802.2
MTRCYS; BICYS PTS........ 91.8 128.1 79.2 88.2 138.9
MTR VEH AND TRCTR PTS.... 813.2 934.3 71Q.6 770.6 751.7
ATRCRFT; SPCECPFT, PTS(U) 309.7 262.5 237.6 261.7 329.4
AIRCRAFT;--COM: MIL (ll).. 136.1 67.5 90.2 130.0 139.0
SPACECRAFT (U) ........... 5.5 8.4 4.4 4.A 3.5
AIRCRAFT PTS (U)........ 167.3 186.6 143.0 126.8 142.2

MANUFACTURES, MISC:
SANIT PLMB; HEAT FI9 (111. 36.8 47.7 44.2 38.7 39.R
FURNITURE AND PARTS...... 267.0 300.2 258.3 253.5 2R4.q
TRAVEL GOODS; HANnRAGS... 125.8 117.2 107.7 111.3 102.8
CLOTHING................ 1,2R4.0 1,312.5 1,084.0 1,216.2 1,111.2
FOOTWEAR................. 562.9 488.5 439.1 510.7 469.2
PHOTO APP; SUPP.......... 185.2 203.0 156.9 177.1 146.1
OPTICAL GOODS (U)........ 96.2 91.4 66.9 On.7 q1.3
WATCHES AND CLOCKS (II)... 135.3 123.7 101.7 132.5 113.1
ART OF RUB; PLAST NSPF... 193.6 217.4 176.7 182.5 193.2
PRINTED MATTER........... 111.2 103.4 86.6 90.5 87.9
TOYS; GAMES; SPORT !DS... 297.5 389.3 343.6 274.4 331.8
ARTWKS AND ANTIOUES (U).. 213.9 222.9 142.9 138.6 167.7
NUMISMATIC COINS (U)..... 83.7 67.3 42.6 60.1 48.8
MUSIC INSTR; PTS; ACC (U) 161.4 203.6 141.0 159.0 128.3
MISC MANUFACTURES NSPF... 75.9 85.7 72.9 77.7 76.7

COMMODITIES, NSPF:
SPEfIAL TRANSACTInNS..... 548.2 545.6 458.3 61q.0 571.1
NONMONETARY GOLD fU)..... 169.3 2R?.9 141.9 184.1 147.1

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








Table 3. U.S. Exports of Domestic and Foreign Merchandise by Statistical Month:
January 1984 to October 1985
(In millions of dollars. Data are on a f.a.s U.S. port of deportation value basis. See "Explanation of Statistics" for information on coverage, definition of the
export valuation, description of the Schedule E commodity sections and sources of lurtner information. unadjusted data should be used for annual totals therefore,
seasonally adjusted annual totals are not snown. Totals represent sumt of unrounded figurES ana mav vary from sum of rounded amnunts)


Period


1985
January Io October......
Monthly Averages........
January .................
February................
March...................
April...................
May.....................
June....................
July....................
August................
Sept e, ber...............
Oct ober....... ..........
November...............
December...............
198.
January to October......
Monthly Averages........
January ........... ......
February................
March..................
Apr il ..................
May....................
J e.....................
July....................
August ............... .
September...............
October...............
ho/emer...........
Dec. w.r ...............


985 I I I I I I I I I I
January To October...... 15,976.91 2,213.81 14,018.61 8.091.51 1.216.. 18,473.51 11,918.51 79,185.01 12,896.7 9,216.7 5,211.4 178,419.0 12.3
Monthly Averages........ 1,597.71 221.1 1.401.91 809.1 121.61 1,847.31 1,191.91 7,.918.51 1,289.7 921.7 521.1 17,841. 1.2
Janury................. 1,937.2 223.81 1,729.01 80..31 137.51 1.937.11 1,216.01 7,986.5 1,304.9 846.8 549.3 18,672.31 .6
February .............. 1,732.0 263.2 1,65-.5 785 5 160..1 1,817 8 1.102.3 7126.8 1,170.7 853.0 495.7 17,1'.1.6 1.5
March ................ ,69.81 278.6 1,676.2 5 131 1,958.1 1,89.3 9,68. 1,528 7 984.0 565.0 20328.. 1.6
Aprl.. ............... 5.3 2.7.2 1,59.5 8.. 107.6 1,77. 1,29.3 9 1,25.1 908.5 481. 17,969.9 2.6
May.............. .. 1,5.0 1.5 1.317. 837. 106.- 188 1,227.1 8,555.3 1,26.8 960.1 521 18,356.5 .7
J ................... 89.1 124.9 1.28. 707.8 129.71 1777.. 1279.8 8,357.. 13.....0 936.2 579. 18,010.1 1.9
uy ................... 1445. 159.0 1,1.1.3 59.9 131.31 1,780.6 1,119.0 7,414.61 '.241.4 978.3 554.3 16,725.2 1.2
A .................. 1,91.0 291.6 1,225 953.6 99.2 1,859.6 1,1.0 6,980.. 1,218.7 832.0 478.2 16,583.7 .6
September ............... 1,5.7 23.3 1,148.0 868.1 99.2 1,857.6 1,105.3 7,535.1 1,201.3 1,018.5 491.2 17,033.2 1.0
October ...... .......... 1.601.5 23..7 1,268.0 902.9 113.7 1.835.0 1.166.4 7.796.2 1,304.0 899.3 496.0 17.617.7 .5
"D" ember................
Deceither................
S1984 I I I I I I I

January o Decemer..... 24,462.51 2.849..1 20,2.8.91 9,10.51 1,922.21 22,36.31 15,139.81 69.96.1 15,697.9 10,098.3 5,831.0 217,865.2 22.9
January To October...... 20.263.11 2,130.6 16,465.11 7,625.31 1,599.81 18,7.0.1 12,763.11 7.,524.tl 13,135.2 8,534.9 4,773.7 180,555.8 21.6
monthly Averages ........ 2,026.31 21.1 1,6 6.5 762.51 160.01 1,87..1 1,276.31 7,.52.I 1,313.5 853.5 477.4 18,055.6 2.2
January ................. 2,159.0 198.5 1,867.11 582.41 168.9 1,759.7 1.2.8.0 6,806.3 1,208.2 684.5 478.9 17,161.6 3.9
February .............. 1,938.9 231. 1,836. 502.2 170.3 1,708.8 1,2035. 6,997.4 1,219.8 778.5 .25.9 17,013.. 1.5
March .... ...... 2,239. 28.0 2,075.5 790.1 237.6 1,83.8 1,6. 3 8,0.1.7 I.... 816 15 19,606.7 1.1
April ................ 1,959.71 211.11 1,766.5 758.8 131.9 1,728.. 1,213.5 7,.93.2 1,281.8 805.0 ..,9.3 17,779.1 3.5
may l.................... ,95..- 18,] 35.6 t.9
Ma....... 1,981.2 168.5 1,853.7 901.1 182.7 1,860.3 1,93., 7, 1,329. 4 841. 985.6 18,735.6 1.9
June.... ........... 1676.8 202.91 1.6U8.7 871.41 1...1. 2066.11 1,312.1 7,814.5 1,335.7 892.0 .55.0 18,379.8 1.5
JuL .................... 1976 7 177.9 1,73.8 764.81 168.8 2,054.31 1,26.3 7,629.1 1,3.9.0 1,041.3 .79.11 18,361.1 2.3
August .................. 1,985.3 146.0 1,576. 3 877.6 1 11.9 1,87.M ,259.5 6,85.8 1,282.3 1,070.7 57.8 17.309.6 2.1
Sept Ter ............... 2,355.1 231.1 1,211.1 819.6 1 3.8 1,86..6 1,2...8 7,21... 1,277 0 736.7 501.1 17.599.. 1.7
Oepetober............... 2,011.41 325.0 1,396.0 757.1 139.. 1,9.7.1 1,277.7 7,95-.6 1,u27.5 868.3| 525.4 18,609.4 2.1
Novtoer ................ 2,100.2 405.3 1,827.1 712.31 1553 I1,758.3 1,191.6 7,70.3 1,266.2 749.9 537.6 18,174 1 .9
Decentmer ............ .. 2, 099.2 1 13.5 1 956.8 972.8 167.2 1,837.. 1,185.0 7,973.7 1,296.61 813.5 519.6 19,155.3 .4
Dm 1 A I 1
I Merchandise entering the United States as imports and which at te time of exportation are in substantially the sall condition as when .iported.
2 Represents only export snipments from toe united Stalte and diner Iron the De aritmnt of Defen.e CDOD) Military Assistance Prograa Grant-Aid shipments under
this program as follows: (a) tranniers of the material pc.lsured outside the united State; and transfers from 0D0 overseas stock; are excluded from export ship-
nents; (b) export value is I.a.s. u.S. Port of Esportation whereas DO value,. i. trst instances. s 1.o0.. point ot origin; (c data for shipments reported by the
DOD for a given month are included in Bureau of the en ,J raportn in the second ironth uZ:equ.ont to the month r'Epyorted by the D00.
SAdljustn d for seasonal and working d.ay varatlon. out ht for changes in plce Leus Acilitmint factors mae not been applied to date for sections 0, 1, 3, 4, 9
and foreign minrcnandise due to the absence of ioenttf13bLe seasonal patterns. iie 'JI, oy seasonally adljuted sections 0-9 plus foreign is shown in table 1, coetnm 1.


I I
Schedule E sections., Domestic Merchandise, Excluding DOD Grant Ala shipments,
and Foreign (Reepports) nerc.innaise Total DOD
Foreign (sectIons Grant-Aid
I- I- | | | I Mercha I 0-9 and ship-
Section Section | Section Secion Section Section Section Section | Section Section die foreign) rents
0 1 2 3 I 5i 6 7 I 8 9 I

F.a.s. value, seasonally adjusted



15,976.91 2,213.8 14,271... 8,091.5 1,216.l 18,3.71.01 11.821.01 79,051.31 12,825.6 9,216.7 5.211.. 178,267.0 12.3
1,597.7 221..1 1..27.11 809.1 121.6 1.B37.11 1,182 1 7,905.1 1,282.6 921.7 521.1 17,826. 1.2
1937 .2 223.81 1620.51 804.31 137.5 1,986.81 1,252.3 8,662.1 1,380.91 846.8 549.3 19,401.3 .6
1,732.01 263.21 1,596.2 785.51 160.1 1,942.1 1,207.1 7.581.7 1,236.2 853.0 495.7 17,853.3 1.5
1,694.8 278.6 1,500.6 753.9 131.. 1,816. 1,163.7 8.190.6 1,5367.3 984.0 565.0 18,446.4 1.6
1,665.31 2.7.2 1,.90.2 738. 1 107.6 1,801.7 1,17.61 7,901.2 1.261.2 908.5 481.0 17,778.91 2.6
1,455.01 1.75 1220.8| 837.21 106. 1.827.7 1.123.71 7,93.7 1,270.9 960.1 521.2 17,9.1..3| .7
1,489.1 12..9 1,343.5 707.81 129.71 1.6,4.91 1,2.9.81 7.891.81 1,330.71 936.2 579.5 17,437.8 1.9
1,.9.5... 159.0 1 373.4 759.91 131.3 1,759.5 1,19.1 7,829.6 1,251.. 978.3 554.3 17,411.5 1.2
1.91.0 291.6 1t,!03 6 933.6 99.2 1,837 1, 1,222.9 7,5.- 1.2.6.1 832.0 478.2 17,.23.2 .6
1,:65.7 23.33 1 ,.01.7 88.1 199.2 1,929.0 1,132.5 7,857.? 1,225.8 1.018.5 491.2 17,712.2 1.0
1601.5 23.7 1,320.9 902.9 11.7 1,813.5 7606.0 1,255.1 899.5 496.0 17,368.1 .5
I I I I I I


20,263.11 2,150.61 16,720 21 7,625.3 1,599.81 18,542.31 12,619.11 7.,260.0 13,034.8 8,534.9 4,773.7 180,103.8 21.6
2.02o.3] 213.11 1672.01 762.51 160.01 ,85..2 1,261.91 7...2.0 1,303.5 853.5 477.4 18,010.4 2.2
2,159 .01 198.51 1,790.1 582.. 168.91 1,810.. 1,300.01 7..?2... 1,293.6 684.5 478.9 17,888.7 3.9
1,958.9 231.. 1,75..0 502.2 170.3 1,75. 1.260. 7,1-56.8 1,237.1 778.5 .-5.9 17.208.0 1.5
2,239.1 238.0 1,:778.5 790.1 237.6 1:719.. 1,2.7.61 7.066.51 1.25...' 816.7 515.6 17,90-.7 1.1
1,939.7 211.1 1,684.0 758.8 131 9 1, 776. 1,159.0 7,32,..?' 1.2,).5 805.0 449.3 17.520.41 3.5
1,981.2 168.5' 173,.0 901 1 182.7 1,8.7.. 1.2 2 7,2.5.7 1,29.5 841.3 485.6 17,9'8.1 1.9
1,676.8, 202.9 1.628.21 871.61 1.... 1,873.21 1,2.9.6 7,4007.11 1,30'.4 892.0 455.01 17,705.3 1.5
1,976.7 177.9 1.799.5 76..8 168 81 2.06..1 1,313.2? 7,988 6 1,379.4 1,0.1.3 479.1 19,153.9 2.3
1,985.3 1 6.0 1,619.2 8'7.6 111.9 1,85-.01 1283.0 7,.10.4 1,309.8 1 0:0.71 457.8 18 122.9 2.1
2, 355 231.S1 1. ; 819. .1 1- 01 ,9.8..,I 1 278.1 7.?4-.61 1,304.4 .736.7 501.1 18,2rJ9.9 1.7
2 0113.' 525.01 1 I 757 1 1s.4 :69-.0- l 1 ?3i.7' 7,685.01 ,373.9 Bo8.i l 525.41 18,410.9 2.1
2100 21 .05.i 1.586 0 1 'l1.l 15.&3 1 C F.2 7.73! 1,286.8 '-I.9 3.l 18.l.- 3 .9
2.o04 2 313.51 1.h. 8 o I l,. .J 1 -| 7.01.- 1,346.4 813.51 Q. 8 .4
F.i., .aiue, ur.a1ui [ea










Table 4. U.S. General Imports of Merchandise by Statistical Month:

January 1984 to October 1985
tin millions of dollars. Data are on a c.I.f U.S. part of entry value basls. See mExplanatlon of Statistics" for infor otion a coverage, definition


of the ialort valuation, descr
asrual totals therefore, season
amount t)



Period






1985

January To October............

Man thLy Averages..............

priuar ........................
February................. .....
March.........................
Apr h.................. .......
May ..... ........ ..........
ji e .................. .......

July..........................
August.......................
September....................
October.......................
MoveerOpr..................
Dec ie ber .....................

198,

January to October............

Monthly Averages..............

January .......................
February......................
Harch.......... ................
April ................ ..... .. 1
May........................
June......................... .

July..........................
August ........................
Sept ember.....................
October .......................
o, erber .... ...... ...... ..
DecerTer ......................




1985


iption of the Schedule A commodity sections and sources of further information. Unadjusted data should be used for
nally adjusted annual totals are not sham. Totals represent am of murotaled figures and my vary frm em of rounded



Schedule A sections
Total
(Sections
Section S echtion secr | section ctio Section Sectio Sectin Sectien Section 093)

I I I__ I I .

C.i.f. value, seasonally adjusted1



16,715.8 3,361.1 9,471.1 45,407.91 604.5 12,775.8 41,258.0 115.377.0 42,047.6 9,371.0 296,39.8

1,671.6 336.1 947.1 4,540.81 60.5 1,277.6 4,125.0 11,537.7 4,204.8 937.1 29,639.0

1,.73.0 318.7 941.8 4,597.4 72.7 1,205.5 6,234.0 11,531.0 3.872.2 1.120.4 29.686.7


1.700.9 271.5
2,032.9 287.9
1,675.5 313.6
1,733.4 571.7
1,703.6 384.5

1,484.4 308.9
1,523.9 352.8
1,679.7 398.7
1,388.5 352.9




16,413.1 3,314.8

1,64131 331.51

1,590.1 314.81
1,601.0 306.1
1,738.1 284.0
1,849.5 353.61
1,651. 288.4
1,367.6 32.0.6

1,758.9 410.1
1,519.2 330.5
1.612... 339.3
1,744.8 31.7.2
1..66.9 383.3
1.547.6 S08.4


January To October............ 16,715.8 3,36

Monthly Averages.............. ,671.6 33

January....................... 1,793.0 31
February...................... 1,700.9 27
March .............. ...... .... 2.032.9 28
April ......................... 1,675.5 31
May ........................... 1,733.I 3:
J ne. .......................... 1,703.6 3

July........... ............ 1,48s.4 3C
August ............... ........ ,523.9 35
Septeener ..................... 1,679.7 39
October ....................... 1,388.5 35
No ,emter ..... ......... ....
Dec ember ..... .............

1984

January To Decenter........... 19.427.7 4,0C

January To October............ 16.413.1 3,31

Monthly Averages.............. 1,641.3 33

January ...................... 1,590.1 31
Sebruars.. .................. 1,601.0 31
March......................... 1738.1 20
April............. .......... .. ,8 9.51 3
May................ .......... ,631.4t 20
JUne .......... .............. 1.367.61 3

July.................. ....... 1,758.9 41
s gust ........................ 1,519.2 32
Sepretter..................... 1,612.41 3
October....................... 1,7' .8 34
Nioveam er..................... 1,466.9 3
Dece ier .... ......... ... 547.6 3
_____________I ____ _


1,012.5 4,130.1
1.035.2 3,663 6
901.8 5,07.8
858.3 4,916.2
878.5 5.278.46

956.3 4,294.4
902.7 4,068.1 I
1,008.0 4,753.1
975.9 4,858.8




9,931.1 53,051..

993.11 5,305.1

952.9 5,268.2
1,123.6 5,190.4
970.0 5,516.0
1,011.2 5.848.2
950.2 6,876.2
856.71 ..05.4

1,097.7 5,666.3
926.0 5.090.1
1.107.8 .,834.2
935.0 5.356.5
960. 5,397.2
1.029.21 .-.8.-8.1


S I I
,1.1 9,549.91 45,407.91

6.1 955.01 4,540.1

8.7 909.8 4,597.41
*1.5 925.4 4,130.1
17.9 1.046.6 3,463.6
3.6 910.8 5,047.8
1.7 955.3 4,916.2
K..5 981.31 5,278.4

08.9 940.1 4,294.4
2.8 912.6 4,068.1
8.7 995.9 4,753.1
.2.9 972.0 4,858.8




6.5 11,882.0 63,296.7

14.8 10,005.71 51,051.4

1.51 1,000.41 5,305.1

,..81 919.5 5,268.2
6.3 1,029.3 5.190.4
6. 0 99.7 5,516.0
3.6 1,021.3 5,848.2
8.4. 1,058.5 4,876.2
0.6j 956.11 5,405.4

10.1 1,080.1 5,666.3
10.5 934.3 5,090.1
39.31 1,094.51 4,83...
.7.2 930.4 5,356.5
83.31 960.3 5.397.2
0I.4 91.1 4,848.1
I N


55.4 1.210.3 3,88.6.6
59.3 1,380.7 4,664.7
49.2 1,203.7 3,893.0
66.9 1,489.8 7.047.46
55.0 1,461.4 4,361.5

70.3 1,127.6 3,856.3
69.5 1,089.7 3,864.4
54.9 1,342.7 6,839.0
51.4 1,264.1 3,813.2




619.5 12,012.1 41,330.0

61.9 1,201.2 4,133.0

89.2 1.105.8 3,998.3
48.71 ,033.5 3,944.8
61.4 1,290.5 4,063.01
48.0 1,386.9 3,987.0
68.0 ,187.8 3,950.3
40.7 1.079.31 3,841.4

51.3 1,368.3 4,913.9
73.1 1,124.8 4,215.9
68.61 1,317.7 4,322.5
70.2 1,117.5 4,092.9
60.0 1,183.91 .033.3
62.4 1,193.1 1,575.9.

C.i.f. value, unadjusted


604.51 12.770.5 41,263.7 116.313.3

60.5 1,277.0 4,126.4 11,631.3

72.7 1,205.5 4,297.5 12,038.3
55.4 1,199.4 3,849.7 10.370.6
59.1 1,382.1 4,388.0 12,115.9
49.2 1,178.4 3,912.5 12,225.3
66.9 ,525.5 4,051.5 12,015.2
55.0 1,455.5 4,331.0 12,330.7

70.3 1.144.6 3,840.9 10,658.0
69.5 1,077.7 3,906.9 10,512.3
54.9 1,337.3 4,814.8 12,717.6
51.41 1,264.4 3,870.4 11,329.4




7,1.8 14,400.9 49,017.7 123,103.9

619.5 12,042.9 41,378.4 103,692.2

61.91 1,204.3 4,137.8 10.369.2

89.2 1,079.3 3,990.3 10.205.3
48.7 1,100.7 4,008.0 8,480.8
61.4 1.276.3 4,107.6 10,640.1
48.0 1,381.3 3,967.0 10,534.5
68.0 1,187.8 4.009.6 10,594.5
40.7 1,083.61 3,803.0 9,919.1

51.3 1,535.4 4,904.1 12,051.8
73.4 1,151.8 4,220.2 10,160.9
68.6 .6 1,312.. 4,292.2 10,632.7
70.2 1,134.3 4,076.5 10,472.6
60.01 1,169.6 4,077.6 10,199.9
162.4 ,188.3 3,561.6 9,211.9
1


42,756.6 9,371.01 298,114.3

4,275.7 937.1 29,811.4

3,891.5 1,120.4 30,244.9
3,824.5 841.5 27,169.1
4,&40.3 922.2 30,106.5
3,669.1 925.0 29,907.2
4,108.8 967.9 30,712.a
4,166.5 909.4 31,595.9

4,574.2 996.1 28,311.8
4,319.0 768.9 27,511.6
5,101.3 1,006.3 32,859.7
A,694.2 913.2 29,695.1




45.361.4 9,938.3 341,176.8

38,348.3 8,205.6 287,069.9

3,834.8 820.6 28,707.0

3,415.2 825.5 27,697.4
3,776.8 690.7 26,232.6
3,606.6 777.5 28,987.5
3,530.8 948. 29,482.7
3,362.2 79.0 27,874.5
5,428.4 833.5 27,177.9

4,893.6 1,023.4 33.175.0
4,170.6 750.7 28,410.7
4,164.9 833.7 29,184.9
3,990.2 724.0 28,866.6
3,886.6 977.7 28,579.1
3,126.5 755.0 25,527.6


11.865.7
11,473.4
11,732.6
11,229.2
11,822.4

10,594.4
10,837.4
13,387.0
10,904.1




102,631.4

10,263.1

9,850.6
9,371.1
9,888.6
10,227.6
9,919.9
9,402.0

12,112.3
10,453.6
11,384.0
10,021.6
10,220.3
10,134.1


4.326.4
4,372.35
3,886.8
4,399.1
3,998.6

4,231.5
3,849.4
4,812.6
4,298.8




37.731.3

3,773.1

3,401.6
4,277.3
3,588.7
3,740.2
3,592.1
3,293.4

4,522.8
5,728.4
3,932.9
3.654.0
3,933.8
3,722.0


861.5
922.2
925.0
967.9
909.4

996.1
768.9
1,006.3
913.2




8.205.6

820.6

825.5
690.7
777.5
948.5
798.0
833.5

1,023.4
750.7
833.7
724.0
977.7
755.0


29,298.9
29,492.2
29,628.9
30,079.9
30,853.2

27.920.2
27,326.7
33,282.0
28,821.1




285,240.2

28,524.0

27,397.0
27,587.4
28,177.8
29,600.7
27,262.3
26,460.5

32,925.0
28,212.7
29, 753.0
28,063.6
26,616.6
27,175.7


Adjusted for seasonal and working day aaration, but not for changes in price level. Adjustment factors have not been applied to dalt for
sections 0, 1, 3, 4, and 9 cue to the absence of idenTrilraDle seasonal patterns. The sum of seasonally adjusted sectflns 0-9 is sl ous in table 1,
colatin 3.


m m i I i I d








Table 5. U.S. General Imports of Merchandise by Statistical Month:
January 1984 to October 1985
(In millions of dollars. Data are on a Customs value basis. See "Eiplanation of Statistics" for information on coverage, definition of the tinport
valuation, description of the Schedule A colimodity sections and sources of further informniion. Unadjusted data should be used for annual totals
therefore, seasonally adjusted annual totals are not shown. Totals represent sun of unrounled figures and may .ar, fran su, of rounded amourins)


Period I I I
Section Section Section Section


1985 I |I


January To Ocober............. 15.339.21 3,053.8 8,85.6 .5,864..7
Monthly Averages.............. 1,535.91 303.41 881.61 .386.5
January....................... 1,6 7.5 2 .91 871.71 .,..1
February...................... 1,570. 246.7 947.7 3,988.51
March........................ 1,868.2 259.5 966.1 1,351.1
April......................... 1,520. 263.2 802.51 ',875.8
May......................... 1,5583. 336.0 799.3 4,7Q.8.2
June.......................... 1,565.1 347.2 819.51 5,087.81
July.......................... 1,36 .41 276.7 888.9 4,146 .
August........................ ,399.6 519.4 840.6 3,936.8
Septenter..................... 1,52.6 360.0 926.0 .,596.8
October....................... 1,277.9 320.3 911.3 4.699.2
Nove t er..................
Decentier................


January To October............ 15.175.3 5,027.0 9,262.8 51,100 7
on ly erage.............. 1,517.51 302.71 926.5 5,110.11
Janu ry....................... 1,471.31 28.01 887.61 5089.21
February...................... 1,488.7 24.. 1.051.6 5,006.21
March......................... 1,606.0 259.'. 910.3 5,323.0
Apei ... .................. 1,7082.21 325.7 9'.4.7 5,o28.6
May........................... 1.496.8 263.9 887.9 4,695 9
une.......................... 1,263.6 312.31 80..1 5.206.2
July....................... 1,629.6 372.7 1,01..9 5,454 21
August........................ 1,.11.1 299.8 860.3 .0B86.0
Septeater.................... 1,'96.0 306.5 1,026.71 .,663.-
October....................... 1,609.9 314.5 871.5 5.168.01
ovea ier'.................... 1,356.8 3'8... 89...7 5,2 7. 21
D e. i r ...................... 1,.40.7 278.0o 950.5 '.,671.9


1985
January To October............
Monthly Averages..............
January.. ....................
February.....................
March........................
April .........................
May... .......................
Jume...........................
July.... ....................
August......................
Septem ber .....................
Octov er......................
Decent er..... .............
1984


I I i I
15,339.21 3,033.81 8,889.1 .3.86..71
1,535.91 303.o 888.91 4.386.4
1,647.51 284.91 82.0 4,434.11
1,570.. 2.0.7 866.21 3,988.5 1
1,868.2 259.5 976.11 3,351.1|
1,520.3 283.2 850.91 4,875.81
1,583.. 336.0 889.7 ..74.8.2
1,565.1 3.7.1 2 915.I. 5.087.81
1,364.4 276.7 873.8 4.146.4
1,399.6 319.4 8.9.9 3,936 8
1,542.6 360.0 914.9 4,596.8
1,277.9 320.3 909.6 9.,699.2


January To Deceiter........... 17.972.81 3.653..1 11.081.7 60.979.58
January To October............ 15,175.3 3.027.01 9.331.0 51,100.71
Monthly Averages.............. 1.517.51 302.71 933.1 5,110.11
January....................... 1,471.3 288.01 856.61 5,089.2
February...................... 1,488.7 286. 966.1 5,006.2,
March....................... 1,606.0 259.4 919.-. 5,323.0
AprIe .................. ..... 1,702.2 325.7 95..2 5,628.61
May........................... 1,496.8 265.9 989.1 4,695.9
June.......................... 1,263.6J 312.31 897.7 5.206.21
July.......................... 1,629.6| 372.7 998.7 5,434.2
August................ ........ 1,.11.1 299.8 868.1 .,886.0
Seprember..................... 1,.96.0 506.5 1,01... 4,6635.1
October ....................... ,609.9 314. 867.0 5,168.01
hoe lber...................... 1,356.81 5.8.. 89..7I 5,207.2
Decanber...................... 1,440.7| 278.0 855.9 i .,671 9


Scieduite A sections
I total

I _llI__I_____I ________I

CustOIns 3iue, seasonally adjuSted


558.71 12,116.5 58,695.1 111.727.81 9,.50.61 9,285.31 282,887.2
55.91 ,211.6 5,869.51 11,172.81 3945.11 928.51 28,288.7
67.51 1.1.3. 3.9 7.3 11.164.71 3.62k.01 1,112.01 28,296.9
51.6 1,150.6 3,6.5.8 11,.96.0 s,05..31 833.1 27,985..7
5 1.B 1,317.. '.,193.0 11,109.2 04095.9 913.9 28,129.2
.5.5 :,1.1.31 3,658.6 11,371.0 3,6..0.8 916.3 28,295.3
1.7 1,415.. 3.796.7 10,871.2 .,116.9 957.9 28,6n.8
50.81 1,378.71 ..093.81 11.S30.61 3750.21 90 29,.42..
65.0 1,069.. 3,615.3 10,258.7 5,977.6 987.81 26,630.2
6.7 1.030.0 3,621.7 10,49.2 5,615.2 761.1 26,083.3
50.| 1,269.14 ,529.2 12,961.8 4,530.61 997.5 31,764.2
6.8 1,202.7 5,593.9 10,590.'4 ,0..5.1 904,. 27,594.0



581.71 11,423... 8,921.61 99,367. 35,356.01 8,110.41 272,326.4
58.21 1,142.3 3,892.21 9.936.7 3,535.61 811.11 27,232.6
62.9 1.052. 3,780.91 9.538.1 5.197.31 816.71 26,204.5
.5.1. 95.6 3,736.8 9,102.01 4,0.3-9 682.81 26,1.19.5
.7.7 1,228.5 3,83...7 9,.84.31 3,173.6 769.71 26,948.2
45.0 1,314.7 3,756.91 9,905.0| 3,512.1 938.8 28,073.7
63.8 1,122.0 3,728.6 9,605.8 3.358.. 788.9 26,011.9
38.4 1,027.61 3,619.61 9,10..1 3,079.5 820.21 25,276.2
.8.3 1,301.5 &.610.3 11,689.| 1,222.51 1.010.51 31,33..0
69.1 1,067.1 ,9.5.3 10,0.5 3 85.7 7-2.51 26,866.3
6..8 1,259.8 4,061.0 11,030.1 3,676.1 82'..9i 28,..09.s
66.2 1,065.9 3,8.7.5 9,707.8 3,-16.0 715.6 26.782.7
56. 1,126 5| ,793.3 9,901.91 3,676.8[ 969.41 27,331.3
58.0 1,16.2| ,355.2 9,809.01 3 76 9 7.7.7 25,933.1


I I I I I 1
558.7 12,111.31 38.700.31 112,654.531 40,120.31 9,285.51 28.,537.2
55.91 1,211.11 3,870.0 11,263... ..,012.0 928.51 28,453.7
67.51 ,13. 1 .,006.5 11,655.9 3,642.11 1,112.0 28,835.8
51.6 1,140.3 3,612.9 10,08.7.5 5,58..0 833.1 25,9.1.2
54.8 1.318.7 .,121.7 11 731.4 4,128.7 913.9 28,724.7
45.5 1,117.6 3,676.9 11,848.6 !3, 36.9 916.3 28,571.7
61.7 1,4t7.3 3.B00.5 11,632.2 3,8.5.2 957.9 29,302.1
50.81 1,373.2 ..,065.1 11,922.1 5,907.7 901.1 30,155.5
65.0 1,085.4 3,600.8 10,300.2 4,299.8 987.8 27,000.3
6..7 1,018.7 5,661.5 10,179.3 4,056.3 761.1 26,247.3
50.4 1,26.31 4,506.5 12,313.7 .,802.5 997.5 31,349.1
'6.8 1,202.7 5,6.7.8 11,005.. 4'.17.2 90-.. 28,429.4



696.01 13,697..l .6,1 71 119191.71 .2,80.71 9,827.61 325,725.7
581.71 11,452.7 38,967.9 100.5393.31 35,927.4 8,110.5 271,067.5
58.21 1,145.31 3,896.8 10,039.31 3,592.7 811.11 27,4.06.8
82.91 1.027.31 3,773.3 9.881.- 3.210.11 816.71 26,096.8
15.. ,0.7.5 3,796.6 8,237.3 3,562.8 682.8 25,117.8
57.7 1,215.0 3,876.9 10,313.8 3,390.L 769.7 27,731.3
.5.0 1,309.4 3,738.1 10,202.2 3,315.4 938.8 28,159.6
63.8 1.122.0 3,78i&.5 10,259.0 3,143. 788.9 26,607.3
38.j 1.031.81 3,583. 9,605.1 5,205.81 820.21 2596..
'8.3 1,270.3 4,601.1 11,631.0 4,568.81 1,010.5 31.565.1
69.1 1.092.7 3,9.,9.2 9,816.7 3,907. 7'2.5 27,042.6
6.8 1,25..8 ,032.61 10,302.1 3,892.91 824.9 27,852.6
66.2 .081.9 3,832.1 1 01...6 3,730 3 715.6 27,530.0
56.3 1,113.0 3,835.0 9,882.1 3,612.7 969.4. 27,295.6
58.0 ,131.7 3,3.41.8 8,916.1 2,920.61 747.'7 24,362.6


1 Adjusted for seasonal and working day variation, but not for changes in price Level. Adjustinent actors have not been applied to data for
sections 0, 1, 3, 4, and 9 due to the absence of identifiaDle seasonal patterns. the su n olf easonaLLj adjusted sections 0 9 ,s shown in labte 1,
coldnrn 5.


Cuit.'s .alue, unadjuited


I I I I I I








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

(See "Eapltnatlon of StastisuWc" for infongleon an coverage, definition of the import valuation, and sources of further informtian. A list of the Tariff
are required to be reported in either pounds, short tons or long tons are included in this teble an a 300 pounds per barrel basis. Totals represent amU of
ihomi. gPt Represents average na-

Perroleum and selected petroleum products
Energy products
Crude petroleri and derivanties
Averages: to be refined
Line Period BPD Crude petroLeui Gasoline
ho. Total (thousands) ncl.
unit price Total aotor Jet fuel Kerosene
(dollars) Averages: fuels
Total BPD n.e.a.
Total (thousands)
Toa nt price
(dollars)

Net quantity in thousands of barrels

1985
1 January To October ......... 1,53,639 5.061 1,515,309 1,057,260 1,013,689 3,335 107,467 11,576 650
2 January .................... 150.543 4.856 148,304 102,971 99,843 3,221 4,532 1,946 294
5 February................... 133,873 47.51 131,836 86,38 83,810 2,993 6,380 1,642 10
4 Maren ...................... 112,801 3,639 110,779 66,578 61,143 1,972 10,997 881 78
5 April...................... 167,515 5,577 165,637 124,815 118,569 3.952 11.595 646 237
SMNay ........................ 163,23 5,266 160,357 114.606 106,995 3,451 13.598 529 (2)
7 June ....................... 177,976 5,933 175,415 124,037 118,101 3,937 15,463 1,022 16
8 .July. ............ ...... 148,.72 4,789 1.5,322 102,951 99,0031 3.1941 11,152 1,515 (2)
9 August ..................... 142,671 '.,602 140,624 101,977 99,863 3,221 9,029 1,155 (2)
10 Septetder.................. 169,950 5,665 167,571 114,865 112,742 3,758 12,623 738 8
11 Olober.................... 171.797 5.5,2 169,465 117.620 113,6191 3,665 12,097 1,502 6
12 hove rer ...................
13 Decen re .... ...........
19BI.
14 January o December ....... 2,024,711 5,532 2.003,274 1,38.,098 1,319,271 3,606 102,546 15.180 1,931
15 January, To October ......... 1,69,024 5,554 1,676,491 1,156,797 1,101,557 3,6181 85.0591 13.1041 1,262
16 January.................... 165,258 5 S51 163.758 105,718 103,110 3,021 7,765 795 347
17 February................... .. 160141 5,529 159,1.6 103,258 98,608 3,400 7,506 1,595 25
18 March...................... 172,504 5,565 171,295 108,030 104,169 3,360 8.809 2,509 132
19 9pr1i6t.................... 186.915 ,21 185,..05 1,82 123,483 ,116 12,163 1,923 7
20 May........................ 152,859 ,931 151,139 104,536 99,645 3,21. 117.416 877 2
21 JIM.......... ........ 172..71 5,7.9 170,997 124,691 120,266 ,009 7,283 630 Z)
221July....... .......... 181.860 5.8661 179..14 12;,263 122,8131 3.9621 7.5761 8951 ()
23 August..................... 166,00 5,355 163.96. 115.303 108,50 3,501 ,803 2.002 4
2.. Septenter.................. 159,269 5,509 156,807| 110,665 105.745 3.525 7,812 1,556 (2)
25 October.................... 176,545 5,695 174,565 123350 11717 3,780 6,924 321 483
26 hoveneer.................... 176874 .896 175,205 128,868 122,878 ,096 ,615 1,L52 598
27 Decembter................... 153.813 4962 151,581 98..33 93.292 3.009 972 624 71

C.i.f. value in thousands of dollars
1985I I I
SJanuary t October......... 42.434,228 27.58 41731.6 28,702,49 27,506,07. 27.13 3,476,667 378,491 22,337
2 January .................... 4,252.982 28.25 ,.197,086 2,923.297 2,834,082 28.39 103,605 65,537 9,847
3 February................... 3,750,619 28.02 3,669,943 2,415,868 2,336,164 27.87 182,902 53,529 358
4. Marrn... .................. 3.121,160 27.67 3,051,904 1,782,198 1,635,984 26.76 334.457 29,8534 2,592
5 Apri...................... 4671,3.0 27.92 4.623.,985 3,19,4.0 3,251,808 27.413 364,48 21,622 8,239
6 ay ........................ 4,621,9.9 28.31 4,536,846 3.161,8g3 2,955,583 27.62 454,225 16,716 23
7 June....................... .,995,956 28.07 4,91.,649 3.406,752 3,240.265 27.4. 518.948 32,880 674
8 July............ ......... 4032,260 27.16 3,950,082 2,759,406 2,650.005 26.77 386,441 46,906 3
9 August..................... 3,846,031 26.96 3.779,839 2,707,957 2,609,644 26.53 303,836 35,863 20
10 September .................. 4,52.,076 26.62 4,436,516 3,009,567 2.950,419 26.17 405,687 25,007 365
11 October.................... ... 4,617,855 26.88 4,550,1961 3,113.176 3.002,121 26.42 392,2171 50,77 217
12 hovner er ... ...............
13 Decente r........ .... .....
1984
1. January I Decenter ........ 59.209.0111 29.24 5.492.131 39,819,1071 37,945,020 28.75 3,315,993 533,936 69,172
15 January To Octoer ...... 4 9,707,409 29.34 49,101,335 33,.9,0731 31,787,2811 28.80 2,.91,037 462,490 45,599
16 Januarv....... .......... 4,801.176 29.05 4,74.3,82 3,041.192 2,957,787 28.68 249,976 27,604 12,003
17 February.......... ........ 4,744. 75 29.59 4,700.084 2,970,551 2,830,893 28.71 245.370 60.431 10,380
18 March......... ........... 5.106.83 29.60 5,069,233 3,111,347 2,999,156 28.79 288,447 91,079 5,057
19 Apri....................... 5,541150 29.65 5,471,300 3,850,099 3,568,706 28.90 407,835 67,838 468
20 a ..................... ..534,451 29.66 .472.19 .033,756 2,888,804 28.99 387,159 30,152 134
21 Je......................... 5,089,038 29.51 5.09,53 3,604,936 3,L75,861 28.88 246,624 22,204 12
22 July........................ 5,95.231 29.67 5,321,826 3,758,517 3,596,3561 29.281 251,7131 31,842 17
23 August............... ...... 4,832.911 29.11 4,761,88 ,317,202 3,121,489 28.76 246,025 69.823 235
2. SeptentIer .. .... .,571,076 28.70 '.,.9,,019 3,145,524 3,003,981 28.41 244,499 50,850 15
25 October......... ..... 5.091.617 28.84 5,027,526 3,515,952 3,3L6,270 28.56 22,390 10,664 17,278
26 moventer................... 5,101,201 28.8. 5.0N9059 3,683.295 3,513,62,. 28.59 241,503 49,979 20,080
27 ece r ................ 4,400,0 28.61 ,3.1,738 2,786,738 2,6.4,114 28.34 303.453 21,667 3,493

------ _j _1______II____I___ ___








Area and the U.S. Virgin Islands From Foreign Countries, by Statistical Month:
January 1984 to October 1985
Schedules of the United States Annotated (ISUSA) Connodity classifications represented in this Table can be obtained upon request. NMe quantity oata that
unrosidsed figures and nay vary from sum of rounded aleounts. Dash I*) represents zero. x-hot applicable. Z tess thhn one-naLf the iunt of measurement
ber of barrels per day imported)

Petroleumi ana selected petroleum products.-Continued
Energy products Continued NonenergN products



SPropane PetrolesI Paratfin; Al Line
DistiLate l duaL ad derivatives, Lubricating Lubricatng other other No.
fuel fuel outene Naphthas I iquid, Total o.01 greases ainneral Asphalt petroleuaml
oil oil gas n.e.s. asles products




Net quantl.y in Inou.anDs of barrel, Continued


65,216 175,128 38,151
7,'91 20,612 6,476
7,203 19,242 5,298
5,520 16,.32 *,206
5,32 1566 2,705
8,532 13,901 2,817
7,629 15,957 3,691
6,903 13,838 2,9911
5,019 15,933 2,2121
5,55 23,107 2,847|
5,760I 20,663 4,9081




103,895 258.1.91 51,3821
82,1601 223,4331 39,2161
6,982 30,6.7 6,166
9,730 27,553 5,9781
7,807 31,109 4,111
4,102 22,166 3,552
5,995 16,658 7.103
9.061 16,593 3,046|
7,171 24,9.91 2.-621
9.9251 18.219 3,'9.|
8.8091 18.98| 1.8'.|l
12,580 17,063 5,680
10,89. 15,550 5,946
10,8&.0 19,1861 6,2201


0.320
3,570
5,021
5,1735
3,464
4,182
6,275
,315
3,721
6,046




7-,520


5,b69
5,076

7.3581
7,481
6,585
6.9011
6...081
1.-231
7,6431
4,,206
5.866


12.5.2 23.330
612 2.239
202 2,037
913 2,0211
1,188 1,678
1,890 2,885
1,345 2,561
1,6561 3.1501
1,576 2,0.7
1,803 2,379
1.356| 2,5i11

I I

11,57.1 21..-57
11,01 17,535
69| 1,.99
1651 1,196
1,767[ 1,206
1,152 1,510
1.091 1.720.
3,098 1,.?.
1.1761 2.4.61
1,107 2 0!86
671 2 -t.. |
518 1,982
93 1,O71
.691 2,2321


2,9561

2911
521
179

--0|
3--I
300
252
2151




.,200
!,50-
511
166
303
4111
2s6



2821
3061
331


795 17,203 2.371 1
86 1,794 183 2
82 1,188 .76 5
72 1,165 262 4
57 1,297 145 5
106 2,196 3.61 6
108 1.780 233 7
61 2.,751 2701 8
53 1,56.. 130 9
93 1,879 155 10
7 1,8661 172 11
12
I 111


8571 14,3671 2,0051 1.
742 11,600 1,68 2 15
66 7.3 179 16
-7 6.2 55 17
90 813 136| 18
5 91. 2291 19
61 1,007 2.01 20
95 1,038 1051 21
91 1 9151 1i51 22
881 1,861 1- 7| .3
68| 1,766 1931 2-

,9| 1,076 152 26
391 1,690i 172 27


C.i.f. value in thousand; of dollttr Continued


I I I I I II
1.964,610 4..,609,.421 727,742 1,42,00 4007,2591 703.181 163.7881
229,3511 582,681 129,765 105,528 19,898 55.896 9,811
225,633 546,67.- 98,525 138,193 8,260 80,676 17. 3.6
165,881 473,196 84,459 150,699 28.368 69,256 50,180
171,771 442,292 53,7.9 104,127 38,398 -7,355 11.64.5
272,6191 381,180 5..,72, 129,414 65,113 85,102 12.8V81
224,935 411,692 70,387 198.169 50,212 81,507 18,93-
190,822! 520,57.1 53,9111 139,468 52,550 82,178 19,380
139,541 383,570 42.466 116,734 51,855 66,192 16,623
164,530 550,663 54,580| 1 89,951 56,16. 67,560 14,391
179,515 516.921 87,.178 171,720 38,4431 67,660 12,6..7




51.02,468 7,50. ,55 1,107,209 2,338.0621 381.651 716,8801 244.178
2.696,646 6,514.,788 847,.368 2.033,0.21 361.292 606.074 208.501.
227,622 883,302 137.521 161,120 3,541 57,29.1 29,333
343,262 817,112 89,293 155.953 7.730 .4,290 25,281
276,361 923,939 92,483 222,812 57,709 37,149 9,007
130,103 657,617 78,448 2.1,540 37,351 69,851 23,324
194,139 .77.1381 69,595 2-4,921 35,199 62,257 2.,896
297,2.6 a87,.12 66,36- 214.,173 100,61. .'9,.56 15,29.
233,6131 751,5171 53,3..6 222.5001 38.7611 7T,4061 19.8191
308,7,2 525,779 63,3-9 196.500 3l.,03. 71,223 27,.61
276,998 525,087 78,521 1-3,753 28,772 77,057 23.089
408,560 485,885 118,.46 229,769 17,581 64,091 11,001
354.303 439,351 129,44D 127,2L7 3,8133 52,142 17,603
351.518 550.3951 130.4011 177.74.61 16,5261 58,66. 18,071


2,089
11.2
206

181
3111

2161
214
2201




3,4981
3,0611
178
874
356
185
358
183

3261
185
16.
2521
237
2001


I I I
60,167 377.867 99.270 1
6,203 30,883 8,854 2
5,781 .0.557 16,787 3
5,368 22,3.91 11.160 .
4.235 25,78. 5,512 5
8,764 3*,855 18,475 6
9.056 .3,758 9,2.8 7
4.3031 46,.891 11.7901 8
2.?16 39,705 5,.53 9
6,634 62.187 -,105 10
5,5871 41.301 7,905 11
12
i 13


71,..75 30.,58
62,829 251,3281
5,58 12,911
5,011 11,585|
7,251 15,3091
.,189 31,2211
4,8251 20,19~
7,601 20,9761
8,589 40.101
7,236 30,2.4
5,733 38,206
6,935 30,570
5,534 22,981
3.112 30.1491


93,272 1.
80,352 15
9.414 16
1.539 17
5,226 18
10.931 19
11,98. 20
5,401 21
.,571 22
6,088 23
9,865 24
15,333 25
5,788 26
7.132 27


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

(Value dat onty on a Customs value bans. The corresponding net quantity s published on the preceding pags. See *E.plantlon of Statistics for Informtilon
C modiry classitcations represented in this table can be obtained waon request. Total represent s of uaurm led figures end my very fre amsue of raundad


SI Petrole amid meiected petrolem products I


Period


1985

1 January To October.........

21January....................
5 February....................
i. arch............. .......
5 April ............... ....
6 May .......................
7 J .e.......................

8 July ....... ............... .
9 August. .............. ....
10 September..................
11 Ocrober ....................


Energy product

Crude petroleum and derivatives
Average to be ref ned

Total per Average inel.
barrel Total price motor Jet fuel Keroagef
Total crude per hlts
petrole. barrel n.e.s.


Cutoanm value in thouaandm at dollars


4.O.929,62

4,093,925
3,611,"42
3,013,127
4,502.241
4,463,413
4,808.277

3,8BB.027
3,717,065
4,370,71 4
4.461,209


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4.044,200
3,535,955
2,951,135
4,460,244
4,389,642
4,736,078

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3,658,358
4,509,918
4,398,998


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2,186,463
2,331,743
1,733,016
3,305,200
3,069,252
3,291,231

2,670,859
2,627.819
2,922,312
3.022,169


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2,733,681
2,255,134
1,592,490
3,144,303
2,8666,34
3,132,212

2,565.530
2, 572,196
2,865,351
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127,247
174,971
319,459
349,68S
437.730
498,162

370,226
292,862
390,475
576.525


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51,682
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13 Decetber ..................

1984

16 January To December .... .. 56,924,089 28.11 56,280,172 38,324,740 36,528,823 27.681 3,199,584 512,74 6,75 .776

15 January To October......... 47.782,758 28.211 47,237,516 32,095,883 30.597,022 27.73 2,678,504 644,416 43,470

16 January.................... ,625,109 27.99 ,57 64 .931.55 2.51,147 27.65 240,185 26,702 11,532
17 February................... 4,565,606 28.46 9,523,110 2,859,050 2,725,835 27.64 235,097 57,395 10,101
18 Narch..... ........ 4,916,099 28.50 ,88 3,090 5,004,893 2,896,161 27.80 277,234 87,196 4,841
19 April..................... 5,323,65' 28.*8 5,264,010 3.707,023 3,437,37 27.84 393,699 65,792 423
20 Nay ..................... ,356,887 28.50 '.,300,613 2,914,757 2,775,272 27.85 371,071 29,229 114
21 June...................... 890,523 28.361 .,8..4,811 3.465,217 3,338,534 27.76 238,008 21,652 12

22 July...................... 5,166.787 28.41 5,101,071 3.601,510 3,444,07) 28.05 240.040 30,907 15
23 August.... .......... ... 4,631.573 27.90 ,566.9641 3,188,664 3,001,766 27.66 234.937 65,537 204
?2| Septenter ............ .,4.02.694 2.641. 4.,333,2091 1.031,262 2,896,767j 27.59 233.642 49,622 15
25october...... ............ -,905.88| 7 792 ,8.87.171| 3.391,927 3.229,79'. 27.56 214.592 10,3684 16.206
26 iGovei.er................... 4,913,.26 27.785 4,8668019 3,547.234 3,385,393 27.55 231,617 48,054 19,050
27 Decenber................... 4.227,905 27.49 4,176,37 2,681623 2,546,408 27.30 289,463 20,283 3,256



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Area and the U.S. Virgin Islands From Foreign Countries, by Statistical Month:
January 1984 to October 1985
on coverage, definition of the import valuation, and sources of further information. A list of the Tariff Schedules of the United States Annotated (TSUSA)
imunts. Dash (*) represents zero. X-Not applicable. I-Less than one hall the unit of measurement shoun)

Petroleum and selected petroleum products- Continued
Energy product -Cont inued Nonenergv products


Propene Petroleu Paraffin; All L ne
Distillate Residual and derivatives, Lub"ricatingj LuDricatingi other other ho.
fuel fuel butane Naphthas Liquid, I total oils greases mineral Aspnalt petroleum
oil oil gas n.e.s. wanes products


Customs value in thousands of dollars Continued


1.906,7911 4.400,256 707,118 1,79,085 86,772 632,9111 152,8011 1,906 5.656 506 90,01
222,533 559,7761 124,750 100,533 19,226 49,717 9,321 133 5,580 26,548 8,1349 2
218,382 522,7661 94,653 111,651 7,751 75,4871 16,26'. 191 5,361 37 527 16.1S4 3
160.4861 654,640 81,929 14.3.93 26,315 61,992 28 178 155 -,94 18,%79 10,130
166,254| 422.696 52,596 98,646 36,285 41,998 10.675 165 ,90. 21,930 5,323 5
264,863 364,760 53,454 123,590 59,723 73,772 12,176 161 7,891 37.539 16,00.. 6
217,730 391,695 67,883 188,421 '.7,867 72.199 17448 ZB8 7,949 58,497 8,017 7
185,751 306.0391 52,5931 131..8.. 49.712 76,011 18,267 2031 3,985 -2,837 10,7201 8
136,653 365,313 40,23 111,17 ,.97 58.727 15,519 193 3,826 3 95 .,695 9
160,125 522,464 54,370 182,45. 53,463 60,796 13,.06 211 6,091 37,408 3,681 10
17..21.. 490,107 84,768 165.191 36.932 62.211 11,5.6 205 5.121 58,3.61 6,993
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3,302.,5391 7.204,749 1.076.5511 2.229.5311 363.94,7 65,9171 221,0021 3.2851 65,554. 270,390 83,686 1.
2.619,022 6,2.9,5661 82.,677 1,937,.591 3.4.718 5-5,2.2 187 ,941 2,8771 57,685 22..367 72,372 1i
222.590 8.6,.476 134,65. 156,263 3,505 51,6.. 27,321 1701 4.655| 10,8301 8,a.68 16
355,4.9 781.865 87,835 150,801 7,519 .0,a.96 23,530 8.0I .,561 10,173 1,391 17
266,7631 884,0461 90,504 212,705 54,900 53,009 86..01 350 6,652 12,951 '.696 18
127,4321 628,599 76,0741 229.546 35,421 59,64'0. 17 919 171 3,830 27,790 9,93" 19
189,779 461,795 67,750 232,616 33,521 56,27'. 23,0.7 3.4 .,5.05 17,951 10,517 20
287,936 469,323 63,650 202,991 96.022 45,712 13,9.1 161 6.991! 19,420 5,199 21
225.4501 702.7611 51,4261 212.011 3659.51 65,71. 17 .5.8 305 7,961. 35,778 .,1191 2
299,040 501,875 60,57. 183,101 33,011 64.6081 2.,.66 17.. 6.690 28.121 5,158 23
270 151 506,787 76. 20 158, 48 26,942 69,.8.1 21 357 149 5,376 55.612 8,990 2.
396..50 .65,8.0 115,909 218,930 16,932 58.656 10,.001 235 6.362 27,759 13,900 25
3. 60 .2.,5 12. 955 122,658 5,37. 7.-07 16 257, 221 5.058 .0.808 5.063 26
339,1571 530,8441 126,94.1 169,4151 15.6551 51,2681 16,80.1 1885 2.8111 25.2141 6.2511 2















APPENDICES TO THE OCTOBER 1985 STATISTICAL MONTH ISSUE OF REPORT FT900ADV


APPENDIX 1.




APPENDIX 2.


U.S. General Imports, Unadjusted Data, by Month: January to
October 1985..Page A-2




U.S. Exports, Unadjusted Data, by Month: January to October
1985..Page A-3





















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