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


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UNITED STATES FOREIGN TRADt."




h Summary of U.S. Export and


Import Merchandise Trade






DECEMBER 1985
t FT900-85-1 2 For wire transmission 10:00 a.m. E.S.T. Monday February 4, 1985


Seasonally Adjusted and Unadjusted Data

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


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F.P.S. EiPRTS Ahn rI SIriMS IminOir
Annudi (iUnjdjustenir

The Bureau of the Ceh.uI. lcpdrtment of 0airierco. announced randi
that during calendar oyar 11' em.prts on a F..c. Free almnr.
Side snip) IJ.S. pnrt of eopert.tlon oluoe he1is, eitlulinrq
Department or defense innl0 Msilitry Allictdnc DProqrjm .rant.-AiO
sUlpments. amounted Co 213,133. i million, t .,i.:reoan os 2.?f
percent from the aLlendar year ltRd totdl of t1ir,5Ar 1 .ail lan.
General Imports on a Cu.temils vdlue bdSis were aJluen dt
S145.275.5 million, in increase of 6.0 percent o.er tip
LomlDarable 19P4 total of 129.l2=.. .ntll.on.
Based on the dDaoe export dan imoort calendar yedr figure, trip
IB9 merchdnaise trade balance Ad. in deficit ny 5112.l4d.s
million. Te comparable trae baladncP for 14f 4 1 .s a deficit nif
110n7.60. million.
Monthly Iseasonail1 tlJijutemIl I
idring tlecamenDr 19qa, .?port amounted to I n'023.9 mili r. dnd.
qenerl` imports dmounred &to t?,2R7.6 il1 ion reultin In .1
merchandise trade balance deficit of S15,Rhbl. million.
For the A-month period Septermpcr.nece.tEcr iqR,. exports a.erqade
Sl17,54.q million, .F percent Iabnee In I'.t .?1.7 million
derage reported for the preceding 4.contn period, May.Auguet
19P5. Ioports on am C[utonis value bdasi. averaged ti0,ri.l?.
million hor the current A-.montn peripd, tn. percent Salne the
52i.705.6 million average reported frr tIe preceding .nmontn
period.

Nontnly fllnaddj]ued)

E[ports edtcluiling Militiry Assistance Proiram Irani -Aid hilments
decreased to S16.q9L.8 million In neceimotr from l17.12,1.? M11 ion
In hovember. eeneeral imports increased to 10In.7l.n millic n in
December from S30.fl.4d mintion in No.emDer.
Footnotes 1. ?. and 3 are snor. at the bottom of iiae 5.


F a.0 C. E ionl i; Ain i i .F. I[ .i".ir
Annual iina. j. are.l

E[l .r-Ti hr. j r-. Ifrin ii.,r. ]i.. :nio ri. crr t Or c paor.
t[ tihn .iluii r ,i.. c e li r.. le artmeni rf n rtr', irnl I
mIlitary A: it;an Prnara radn r.A; r ament tnounteod to
12 1 1 mi1s in cila.n ar IQF e aeccn.-r of I .'
perc;r.t fro.n tInc len1,ir .- r iA i re c. i I 'Ao .'i l1 r.
,'enpral porT r. c r. .f. Ic t I In ur hca. fr. anti I lue
hn s do.egIrnta l 1., 1 1i .?A .3 .1illI, r. in 14\ i, 6r. Incr.4se hi A.-)
'lrcent oy-r mPe calendar ;cir [l1t total C.f e141 Il7.o n.llion.

hePG on na 4oDDue -,part and impaar Cilea;r year figures, trinp
IQn S m rcCr. lnd l :v rjde nil ihtn .d n Itef it I ; a1 ,4 ] .
m.llIon, Tihe l 0 e i r at e nafonce for 10 -us i 'eiCit of
0 1.1l l.9.
Monthly I je 'onall; A uittu e.lI I I
Ourin. recw.ahea r 19j 4, C .i: '-runrea i to lI,' r. ..I liqra, a r.
renEral ..nc.rts i.o.anti .1 tIn ldi 111 iion ren tl ta ir, a
mprchdnaale trade I rin.,e deficit if 17.113.4 m1ll on,
F.r tin ad.m..ntn p iron, SeeptD nAr.ne..in.tr I n'. e.c.or': c.rnrqe
lI 900 .m1 i ll.1r, i.f oercInt JDO.P In e '.4 ml ..n
arrCne reoort.n iOr t. oreCding 4.moarin prtlO. Mh/-.iAu.u
19. itmport! on t i.I,f. 1olo naj3g aeraqel 017. ,.5
milllrn for the c.,rent 4-mor.th pr~ C.l1. ln., pmrcant euP tIn
e7 inao.n m11 .on y..raje repnrtcd 1,r tre ,r-Ice 1rn 4 .morfrr,
i.?ri.d.

mnrinly flinddilutedl

Fypnrts e.cludinq Military Aisistncc Oroarcm irnnt.Aid niomnti
decreasen to 1 taQi.h million I, r,.acnn fIrI. 1'..12. million.
inr. ho er.er. rererail lrar..rt : Ir.rrein. t 9 3 .i .lan.6 mnil1 r. Inu
necemner fr.o 03lId .A ;ll lor. in .-.omtir.


, Iwq\ U.S. Department

of Commerce

S. BUREAU OF

r/ THE CENSUS
'011111re Q


Inquiries should be addressed to the Chief, Foreign Trade Division, Bureau of the Census,
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[EvloEn 19g, STATISTICAL MrfNTH Ann HmNTIHI fl fit.rr nATA /
AtitiLOOFE


The clend ar ir ard .nortnl, torls, trao D.lanr.ce. anol. icil ti' Il
tdbles IA, adn ? Io 7 of ite'nrt F T09n jre h an on t jtiil ,t'l ,orri. inflfy
miation in.tedd nf the ree..ed. t ...t di A n..ir.,r. .or ICtu lt r.i. ...r.... -
onrth Information shotr, in table 1i.. e.le1d 1I5 tLatist cil .onn r i.fI .,
ma6tln Ia included Ir, injle tr ara ,. APPr0lr.'Et I a1r.O '- [In
[,olanar ion of it' atl Ii or lt.fnrr.datlr. or. di defirn l oft Tii ti l 3
month and only crr. and rr]l n.etrr...dolrqric]l r,,nr : in r,.."i
pilatiOn oolicD for the or or ro current year St lniir-
In nFceneier, carr/.o.er jmour.ti tr. 1 il.a illlion or In.F. ,rr.Hl .,f
tne necebrter mor.thl unadjoutleil 11I f or Imports mr.l 1.7 Fill, l.n or '1.
percent for epiprts. In No' mber tr.e trial. inPcl.ied .drrc.r..er *,..r,.J.
to ttfA, nllliinn yr Ail. percent of yhn ho'er.ner nLlnIrj unti1,.ert tI...t l
fyr impartn and S 7t, p.i ,r A Ar.:enr i.;r c.i..;rr. ISr ii .r
"'Eplanation of Statitlc' nd Appecn.Iip I ana I for afldilit. l lifr..
catlOn on monthly carry.o.er. e aL not i nOn, i.t n a lne time. h ef fet
c'arry-oer ndas nn Cu;tnmcI ilue icprrt totil;. The effect o0 irr,.oer on
the detailed Corlodity ald country a ir for not. I.ports asr. ea.ort ha,
Iat oen atcrc1 l. Ihe ernrDus curniu I; .plorlno i..11rr. r, ,i. .,.hrv
Customs vilue totili and det tiled naaln[3 Il.,rt ani epornt fI 4.,4 s for
revised Statifstcdi arndor atldl month. A finall odlaelan ill be sed on
uoer need& and cont Considiratirns.








EXPLANATION OF STATISTICS


CnVERAAF

The U.S. foreign trade statistics include, in general bohnth qnvernrent
and nongovproient shipments of merchandise and ref lct the physical
nmoverient of foreign trade shifirnpnts into and nut of I.S. Fnreign Trade
Zones, the i1.5. Virgin Islands and the II.S. Customs territory (includes the
5fl states, the restrict of Colurhia, and Puerto Picn), with certain
receptions. The statistics exclude data on shipments hptwnen the Ulnited
States, Puerto Rico, and 11.S. possessions, shipments to U.S. Armpd Forces
and diplomatic missions abroad fnr their oan use, 4APrican qonds returned
to the ignited States by its Armed Forces and intransit shiMnents. (See
paragraph heliws relaraing soircps nf further information.)


STATISTICAL "INTi Air' RPISf.n STATISTICAL MINT INF(Il4ATIIN

Statistical month data reflect the compilation of import entries and
export declarations transmitted to the Census Bureau for processing during
a monthly processing period nf 20 to 22 da/s duration, whiich begins with
the 15th of the precdMing month and ends with the 15th of the following
month. These records cover transactions that occurred on different dates
prior t the 15th day nf the processing month (i.e. in the immediately pre-
ceding month nr earlier. Revised statistical month data are recnn-
pilations. during the recorpilation, recnrdls are grouped and totaled by
their transaction dates. Same estimates for transactions expected to he
crnuiled are inclu ed in the revised statistical month data. Sep
APPErfiICES I arni 2.


MOfHll V CAPRY-OVER

Roth the import and export monthly trade totals reflect the dollar
value reported on import entries amn export neclarations transmitted by the
U.S. Customs Service to the rpnsus Rurea., within 15 days of the pnd of the
statistical month. While a nutther nf factors account for airport and Pxport
carry-over, it is caused principally by late transiittal of statistical
documents to the Censis Rureau. The rustoms procedure Wh*ich allows ilpnr-
ters to file import documntation up to 1"1 workdays aftpr the datp of
release of the merchandise may result in additional import carry-over.
noarent.s received too late for inclusion in the appropriate statistical
month, are carried over to the next statistical ionth.


METHIrftCrrICAL CHA ES

Recent analysis by the Census Bureau designed to quantify the effect
of carry-over showed that (1) the level of carry-over is high and (2) the
carry-over has varied widely from month to month. This requires that we
reerphasize nur cautionary statient. regarding the use nf monthly trade
figures particularly with respect to month-to-month change. lisprs are
advised that canilations of data over at least t-rnith periods are
desirable to identify underlying trpnds and minimize the effect of irregu-
lar trade miveents and monthly carry-over.

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


REMfMPLATIfIN mlrY FrIR PRIMR STATISTICAL YEAR

Actual aqqggregate monthly import, export, and trade balance figures
he recrmpiled on an annual basis. *e have already recrrpiled
monthly import, pport ani tradp balance figures for I10. Il i
recompiled figures were issued in 4 Appendices to the August 19ti
cal ionth report FTCWlWiV dated Septemier 27, 1M15. The recMapi
figures reflect the actual month of entry for imports and Pionth of W
for exports.

The actual 1904 data appearing in the Appendices reflect t
through thp Junp 1 15 statistical month only and are available upon
to thp Foreign Trade division, Rureau of the Census, Washington,
2lU13. The tables show that the differences between statistical wt4
actual aggregate tradp data are very sal over the whnle .year. h.
l1q4 imports were ,3W.4 billion compared to '341.2 billion reporfw'
statistical month basis, a difference of about one and one half
Exports were V91R.7 billion compared to V17.A billion, a differel
less than half a percent. The actual merchandise trade deficit f.:"
year was 127. billion compared to 123.1 billion. There is the p
lity of additional late documents heing transmitted to the Cernsus
for processing particularly for imports. The amount of carry-overf
compiled fryp such docients is likely to he infinitesimal when
the previously announced actual calendar year 1014 total. For A
1A14 transactions processed with Septemtlr 1CI5 statistical month
to less than nfl.r, percent of the calendar ypar total. .


REClMPILATInN PnLICY FOR O NPPET STATISTIrAl YEAR (Revised Stati


In order to provide users with monthly figures that have a
tially rendced amount of carry-over, we will publish revised FI
information in the following month. Thp "revised statistical gintWh ti
ces the carry-over from between 3Q and 5i percent to between 6 and 18
cent for irpnrts and from between 6 and 13 tn less than 2 prenlti
exports. The "revised statistical month" will include data for all
ments received within 45 days after thp end of the month, and is calolfi
by combining the cArrpnt month value in that statistical month wi*l t
value of the carry-over included in the suhspqupnt statistical month. "
example, the revised statistical fiqurp for August consists of 1,:
August transaction included in August and September statistical months 1
a small additional carry-over from earlier months.

Each month we will revise the previous statistical month's figiwtnr in
this manner and publish the revised figures in an appendix to this n li
For mnst months, it improves the nurtiers (brings thmw closer to ,
actualsl. There are exceptions and the review of 1qR4 aggregates :
that November and riceAprbr are particularly truhlesnme iwe compared fi':
the actuals. The problem here seams to be associated with the viaHf
of the carry-over, and by working with the U.S. Customs Service we .In '.,
reduce both the level and variability. If these efforts are not aople"y
successful, it may necessitate sare other revision technique for yer.l 1
inforiat inn.

We do nor know, at this time, what the effect of the carry-ovitr lIL1
detailed cnrimmdity and country data. The Census Bureau is explain p4.-
cation of detailed monthly figures for the revised statistical month r
for the actual month data. A final decision about publication of d.ailtd
figures will he based on uses of the data and cost considerations.









EXPLANATION OF STATISTICS Continued


FIPT W IWf1RT CIWITY INFW TION


jstam biport Value

1Be Custosm value reflects the value of irmpirts as appralsel hy the
.S. Distois Service in accordance with the legal requireapnts of the
ariff Act of lq3n, as ended (most recently hy the Trade Aqreements Act
f 1979). This Customs value as amended by the Trade Aqreements Act of
gig, is generally defined as the pnce actually paid or payable fnr
erdigidse oien sold for exportation to the limited States, excluding II.S
ypDwt duties, freiTiht, insurance, and other charges incorrel in hrinqinq
ee mnerdladise to the United States. In the case of transactions between
elated parties, the relationship between buyer andwl seller should rot
nfluice the Customs value. In the case of overland shipments originating
n Cada only, the Customs value generally does not include costs incurredl
Springing the merchandise front the interior point of origin to the
nalian harder point.

.I.F. TIport Value

The c.i.f. value consists of the Custrms value as defined above, plus
11 freight, insurance, and other charges (excluding I.S. iyport duties)
'urred in bringing the merchandise from the country of exportation T the
first port of arrival in the United States. Prior to lanirary, IqA?
statistics, such costs and charges were added to the aris-length valep in
Tier to cwipile the c.i.f. value. In conformity with Spction "il (e) of
title 13, tihited States Code, general imports, c.i.f. value hasis, amr
sported at least 49 hours in advance of general Irports, Cust'-s vilue
asis. Report FTqfn Advance, is the initial statistical month report.

L..S. Export Value

The value reported in the export statistics generally is equivalent to
n f.a.s. (free alongside ship) value at the II.S. port. nf export, riscd nn
ne transaction price, including inland freight, insurance anl other
narges incurred in placing the merchandise alongside the carrier at the
.5. port of exportation.


The commodity information presented in those tables showing irponrts of
petmlepr and selected petroleum products is in terns of the
classifications in the Tariff Schedules of the united States Annotated
IT9iSAI. The remaining tables present commndity information in terni of
Schedul F arni Schedule A, both of which are based on the Standard
Internal ional Trade Classification (SITC), Revision 2. The descriptions
for Scnedule E crwvrmyity section totals and the Schedule A coritdity sec-
tion totals are as follows: n. Food and live animals; 1. Beverage and
tobacco;, Crude materials, inedible, except fuels; 3. Mineral fuels,
lubricants, and related material; 4. Oils and fats-animals and vegetable;
5. chemicals and related products, N.S.P.F.; fi. Manufactured goods
classified chiefly by material; 7. Machinery and transport equipTent; R.
Mis..pllaneous manufactured articles, N.S.P.F.; and q. Corindities and
transact ons not classified elsewhere. Information concerning the export
and imnort :crin iity groupings may be obtained from the Foreign Trade
niision.





S91iPFS I' FIPTIFP INFORMATInN


Additional foreign trade statistics and information regarding coverage,
valuation, sampling, and qualifications which should be considered by users
of the statistics are contained primarily in the following publications:
Pepnrr FT99), Hiqhlights of U.S. Export and Import Trade; FT135, U.S.
general Imports, Schedule A Oirmyliry by Country; FT410, II.S. Exports,
Scherlule E Crwmrit, by Country; and the Guide to Foreign Trade Statisics.
Information regarding additional sources of statistics, the methodology
used in seasonally adjusting the data, and other matters relating to
foreign trade statistics may be obtained front the Foreign Trade Division,
Bureau of the Census, Washington, n.C. 20233.


SPECIAL NNTICF



pISCONTINiIATION nF SEASONAL An WOnPKING-DAY ADJUSTMENT OF

FDREIGrN TRAnE STATISTICS



Beginning with January lqRf, the census Rureau will discontinue the
practice of adjusting export and import data (including the aggregates;
commodity sections and groupings: individual countries; and economic areas)
for seasonal and working-day variations.


Recent analyses by the Census Pureau revealed that the level of
carry-over in the trade statistics, especially in imports, is high and
varies widely from month-to-month-. This carryover, which results from
documentation received tno late from the 1.S. customs Service for inclusion
in the appropriate month, significantly distorts any historical seasonal
pattern and makes adjustment largely meaningless.


JIATImIN (F "1RTS ANI EYXPfRTS








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


Billions of Dollars


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NOTE: Exports represent shipments of domestic and foreign merchandise combined, excluding Department of
Defense (DODI Military Assistance Program Grant -ad shipments, on a f a.s. (free alongside ship) U.S
port of exportation value basis General imports are a combination of entries for immediate
consumption, entries into Customs bonded warehouses and entries into U.S. Foreign Trade Zones on
a c.i f. (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.


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TARLE IA. EXPORTS, GENERAL IMPORTS, ANn MEr.HANnISF TPAnE PA AINCE RY STATISTICAL MOnNTH-
JANUARY 10R4 to onCFMRFR 19Q8

In millions of dollars. Fxports are domestic and foreign merchandise combined, enrluding Department of
defense (nnn) 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 ;r.nes on a c.i.f. (cost, insurance, freight)
II.S. port of entry and Customs value bases. Monthly totals are adjusted for seasonal and worving-day
variation, but not for changes in price level. Monthly trade balance is based nn the seasonally adjusted
totals: the January-necember calendar year) totals and trade balances are unadjusted and do not represent the
sum of the monthly adjusted totals. Totals represent sum nf unrounded figures and may vnary frnm Sum of
rounded amounts. See "Explanation of Statistics" for additional information on coverage, definition of export
and import valuations, and sources nf further information.


general Imports Trade Ralance

Statistical Fxports
Period f.a.s. value, C.I.f. value, Customs Jallie, F.a.s. F.a.s.
seasonally seasonally seasonally exports; exports.
adjusted adjusted adjusted c.i.f. Customs
imports imports


1985

January-necember... 213,133.n lI,626.1 3 I5,971.5 -14,4Q13.3 -132,112.c'

January............ 11.,41.3 ?2,686.7 28,27QA. -1n,?R5.4 -.,Qq5s.
February ........... 17,8R 3.3 ?q,?AR.g 27,qa4.7 -11,4a5. -1i ,131.4
March.............. 18 .446.4 2q,4Q2.2 2",l2q.? -ll,i4l'.P -Q.6?2.f
April.............. 17,;7R.q 2 ,F2?R.o 2R,2Q05. -11,rBin.n -In.S16.4
May................ 17,414.1 30,079.q 2R,R84.R -12,465.6 -11.271.5
June............... 17,437.R 3n,pRS .? 2Q,424.R -13,41;.4 -11,Q0 7.n

July............... 17,411.i ?',q2n.2 ?6,63ln.? -In,snA.7 -0.?lR.7
August............. 17,4?3.2 27,126.7 ?2 ,nR83.3 -9,nn3.. -R,6f"n.l
September .......... 17,732.2 33,7"R.n 31,76d.? -1.~'4.A -14.,0 ?.n
October............ 17,36AR. 2?8,P21. 27,5194.n -11,4 1.r -In.?2S.O
November ........... 17,975.4 31,657.4 3n.I, .1l -13,GP1. -l?,inQ.6
Pecember........... 17,n21.q 34,1lQ7. 3?2.k7.1 -17,173.5 -1~.,RA3.7



Janiiary-necember... 217,R65.? 341,17A.a 32,7?".7 -123,311.A -In7,Rin.5

January............ 17,RRR.7 27,37.ri 2f.2n4.i -0,4nR.3 ,315..'
February ........... 17,2?nR.n 27,A7.4 2? ,41iq. -in,370.4 -0,21I.'
March.............. 17,an5.7 1R,177.P 26,048.2 -In,272.1 -.,nd?.,
April.............. 17,S2n.4 2),4nn.7 ?8,071.7 -11.8Rd .3 -1n;,53.1
May................ 17.q7R.1 ?7,762.- 7A,nll.q -O,2P4.? -R,n33.3
June............... 17,7niO .3 26.46n.S 2,.?7 .2? -A,7r .2 -,7,7rn.q

July............... 19,153., 32,O'" .n 31 .33 .ri -11,771.1 -12 ,1 n.1
August............. 1A. ,1?2.q '79,217.7 2A,5Af.3 -ln.nal.R .8,741.4
September .......... 1R,2?nq. 2q,7 .1r. 2 ,a1nq.4 -11,543.1 -In.19g .5
October............ IR.18,410. 28,nA01.8 26,7?2.7 -Q6,52.0 -R,371.4
November........... 18,394.7 28,616.f 27,I31.3 -lri,?21.o -R,93c.f
necember........... 19,147.4 77,17c.7 2'.,933.1 -8,031.1 -f.,7an.,


Note: Tne monthly and calendar year totals showrn ir. this tale are derived by adlini the conmmn.lit cmpnrnents
as shown in export tahlp 3 adrl import tables 4 and S.





1Export and import statistical series are adjusted for seasonal and/or working-day variation h.t not for
changes in price level. The adjusted monthly export and import totals for 1984 and 10118 presented n this
report are derived ny adding the seasonally adjusted components (i.e. SITr sections). The factors used tn
adjust the 19184 and 19Rg component series represent the combination of seasonal adjustment factors developed
from monthly data through I0n4 and the appropriate working-dav factors. Prior to January Ig19, monthly totals
were adjusted independently of the components. Effective with January QRA1 statistical month, the practice
of adjusting exports and imports for seasonal and wnrkinr.g-dav variation will te discontinued.
2J.umulations of data over at least 4-month periods are desirable to identify underl.inq trends. Month-to-
month changes in exports, imports, and similar series often reflect primarily irregular movements, differences
in monthly carryover, etc. Recent month-to-month percent changes in the overall seasonal. adjusted export
and import series are presented in the following table with average percent mnnth-to-monrh rise and decline
over longer periods shown for comparison. The averages exclude percentage changes for periods wrien negligible
changes (zero percent) in the level of exports/imports occurred.



Petent nth-to-moth percent dWang Average nanih-to-ainntn percent chadre


Series Averate Average 4 anntns K1 renths
Nnv.-nec. (It.-Nov. Sep~.-It. Nq.-Sept. rise decline ept.-nec. her. I AL-
lQ5 1ig% 10g5 lQR5 Iq-. IR.i I- 1' 19PA tec. Iq%

F.a.s. export value.... -5.3 .3.r -2.1 .l.a .3.7 -2.5 -n. -n.g
C.i.f. import value.... t,.7 .9.8 -13.4 .21.8 +F6. -6.1 .6.7 .?.a
Customs import value... *4f.6 *..R -13.1 -21.8 .A.3 -6.1 *A. *2?.


3See the "EVplanation of Statistics" for definitions of the export and import values.








TABLE IR. EXPnRTS, GENERAL IMPnRTS, ANn MERCHANnlSE TRAnE BALANCE BY
REVISED STATISTICAL MONTH: JANUARY 1184 TO NOVEMBER 1985

In millions of dollars. Exports are domestic and foreign merchandise
combined, excluding department of Defense (000) Military Assistance
Program Grant-Aid shipments, f.a.s. (free alongside ship) U.S. port of
exportation value hasis. fGeneral imports are a combination of entries
for immediate consumption; entries into Customs bonded warehouses and
entries into 1.5S. 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. Data are
neither adjusted for seasonal nor working-day variation nor changes
in price level. Spe "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-November....... 195,3R5.4 325,069.8 -129,684.4

January................. 17,401.0 28,244.7 -10,R43.7
February ................ 17,9R1.6 26,480.7 R,499.1
March................... 19,726.7 29,863.7 -In,137.0
April................... 17,q77.9 3,n08R.8 -12.11n0.
May ..................... 18,774.3 31.272.q -12,498.6
June .................... 18,1n3.1 2R,6n2.6 -10,499.4

July.................... 16,606.4 30,190.7 -13,584.3
August.................. 16,4n0.0 24,366.1 -12,886.1
September............... 16,772.5 2R,580.6 -11,808.1
October................. 17,894.2 31,qn0.7 -14,nn6.5
November................ 17,667.7 30,47R.4 -12,8R1.7
December...............

1984(2)

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

January-November........ 199,461.9 31q,3N0r.r -11,843.1

January................. 16,765.1 26,063.R 9,298.1
February................ 17,038.8 26,n87.1 q,n4R.3
March................... 19,35R.R 28,946.4 Q,587.6
April................... 17,900.1 27,ROR.2 9,1n8.1
May ..................... 1q,008.9 3n,70R.6 -11,699.7
June .................... 18,734.3 29,963.6 -11,22q.3

July .................... 17,657.2 30,n55.4 -12,39R.2
August.................. 18,219.4 24,768.4 -11,549.n
September............... 17,411.9 27,6n7.8 -10,195.9
October ................. 18,736.8 31.Q26.3 -13,189.5
November................ 18,63n0.f 30,369.4 -11,739.4
December................ 1Q,260.9 27,059.4 7.798.5

(1) Pevised statistical month.
(2) Actual month.


51


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TABLE 2. U.S. EXPORTS AND GENERAL IMPORTS nF MERCHANnDISE BY SELECTED
COMMnnITY GROUPINGS, WORLD AREAS AND COnNTPIES

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 MnNTH



ITEM DECEMBER NOVEMBER NCTORER SEPTEMBER AUGUST




PART A. OVERALL TOTALS:

DOMESTIC AND FnREIGN
EXPORTS, EXC DOD SHPMT.. 17,n23.9 17,975.5 17,368.1 17,732.2 17,423.2
GENERAL IMPORTS, C.I.F... 34,397.4 11,657.a 28,821.1 33,282.0n 27,326.7
TRADE BALANCE.......... -17,373.' -13,681.Q -11,453.0 -15,54q.8 -9,903.5
GENERAL IMPORTS, CUSTnMS. 32,887.6 30,285.1 27,5Q4.n 31,764.? 26,083.3
TRADE BALANCE.......... -15,863.7 -12,309.6 -10,225.Q -14,032.0 -8,660.1

PART B. SELECTED EXPORT AND IMPORT COMMODITY GROUPINGS:

AGRICULTURAL rnMMODITIES
nOM AND FOR EyPORTS.... 2,528.7 2,534.3 2,261.1 2.152.? 2,292.8
GEN IMPORTS, C.I.F..... 2,147.6 1,851.1 1,508.6 1,073.0 1,790.5
TRADE BALANCE........ +381.1 +6R3.2 .752.5 +279.2 +502.3
GEN IMPORTS, C1uSTNMS... 1,967.2 1,683.2 1,367.8 1,696.0n 1,624.7
TRADE BALANCE........ 561.A *R51.1 4893.3 +456.2 466R.1

MANUFACTURE ronnOS
DOMESTIC EXPnRTS....... 11,304.0 1?,134.4 11,7q9.? 12,144.6 11,094.0
GEN IMPORTS, C.I.F..... 24,770.9 22,786.5 20,280.4 24,3q1.3 10,640.8
TRADE BALANCE........ -13,475.Q -10,652.1 -R,4P1.2 -12,236.7 -7,746.8
GEN IMPORTS, CUSTOMS... ?3,722.6 21,P32.Q 10,432.1 23,29n.9 18,761.0
TRADE BALANCE........ -12,418.6 -9,698.5 -7,632.q -11,146.3 -6,867.0

TOTAL, PETROLEUM AND SELECTED PRODUCTS (1ll
DOMESTIC EXPOPTS....... 473.8 518.6 426.Q 420.4 374.3
GEN IMPORTS, C.I.F..... 5,160.3 4,763.5 4,617.q 4,524.1 3,846.0
TRADE BALANCE........ -4,686.5 -4,244.q -4,191.0 -4,103.7 -3,471.7
GEN IMPORTS, CUSTOMS... 4,961.5 4,584.3 4,461.2 4,370.7 3,717.1
TRADE BALANCE........ -4,487.7 -4,065.7 -4,n34.3 -3,q50.3 -3,342.8

CRUDE PETROLEUM (UIl
DOMESTIC FXPORTS..... 21.1 24.6 18.3 17.4 26.0
GEN IMPORTS, C.I.F... 3,468.2 3,14q.2 3,nn2.1 2,q50.4 2,64q.6
TRADE BALANCE...... -3,447.1 -3,124.6 -2,q983.8 -2,933.0 -2,623.6
GEN IMPORTS, CUSTOMS. 3,355.4 3,037.1 2,914.8 2,865.4 2,572.2
TRADE RALANCE...... -3,134.3 -3,012.5 -2,896.5 -2,R4R.n -2,546.2

RESIDUAL FUEL OIL (U)
DOMESTIC EXPORTS..... 183.q 191.4 139.4 132.4 71.1
GEN IMPORTS, C.I.F... 470.3 550.7 516.9 550.7 383.6
TRADE RALANCE...... -286.4 -359.3 -378.5 -418.3 -312.5
GEN IMPORTS, CUSTOMS. 442.2 5?3.n 490.1 522.5 365.3
TRADE BALANCE ...... -258.3 -331.6 -351.7 -390.1 -294.2

PART C. SELECTED WORLn AREAS AND COUNTRIES:

CANADA
DOM AND FOR EXPnRTS.... 3,555.9 3,688.4 3,861.4 4,103.9 3,704.1
GEN IMPORTS, C.I.F..... 6,458.3 5,664.4 5,900.6 6,2R4.1 5,267.4
TRADE BALANCE........ -2,902.4 -1,976.0 -2,039.2 -2,180.2 -1,473.3
GEN IMPORTS, CUSTOMS... 6,421.3 5,633.6 5,R66.7 6,241.2 5,232.3
TRADE BALANCE........ -2,865.4 -1,945.2 -2,nn005.3 -2,137.3 -1,438.2

WESTERN EUROPE
DOM AND FOR EXPORTS.... 4,611.5 4,956.5 4,908.9 4,644.5 4,712.9
GEN IMPORTS, r.I.F..... 8,261.5 7,781.8 6,756.9 7,996.8 6,151.5
TRADE BALANCE........ -3,650.0 -2,825.3 -1,847.9 -3,352.3 -1,438.6
GEN IMPPORTS, CUSTOMS... 7,834.5 .7,385.2 6,414.1 7,551.3 5,816.2
TRADE BALANCE........ -3,223.0 -2,428.7 -1,505.2 -2,906.8 -1,103.3









TABLE 2. UI.S. EXPORTS AND GENERAL IMPORTS OF MERrHANnISE RY SELECTED
COMMnniTY GRnliPINGS, WORLD AREAS AND COUNTRIES


1985 STATISTICAL MONTH



ITEM DECEMBER NOVEMBER nCTnOER SEPTEMBER AUGUST




PART C. SELECTED WORLD AREAS AND CIUNTRIES--continued

WESTERN EUROPE--continued
EUROPEAN ECONOMIC CnMMUNITY
DnM AND FOR EXPORTS.. 3,636.4 3,976.4 3,922.2 3,659.8 3,R61.n
GEN IMPNRTS, C.I.F. 6,4q4.6 6,526.n 5,461.4 6,412.2 5,108.2
TRADE BALANCE...... -2,R5R.2 -2,549.6 -1,539.2 -2,752.4 -1,747.?
GEN IMPORTS,CiSTOMS.. 6,171.4 6,2n3.1 5,194.9 6,06R.5 4,R41.3
TRADE RAlANCE...... -2,535.0 -2,226.7 -1,272.7 -2,4nR.7 -980.3

uNITED KINGnnM (U)
DOM AND FOR EXPORTS R?n.6 896. 9725.q R42.8 7R4.4
F.EN IMPORTS r.I.F.. 1,4n2.7 1,3R6.7 1,48q.5 1,35R.n 1,725.2
TRAnE BALANCE.... -582.1 -40n.? -563.6 -515.2 -5nn.R
GEN IMPnRTS,CUSTNMS 1,346.7 1,331.4 1,433.2 1,300.1 1,233.2
TRADE RALANCE.... -?6.1l -434.9 -507.3 -467.3 -44R.R

FEnERAL REPUBLIC OF GERMANY
DOM AND FOR EXPOPTS 682.1 776.1 R57.5 646.2 6Rn.q
GEN IMPORTS, C.I.F. 2,149.7 1,93R.n 1,S96.7 7,268.6 1,;2?.'
TRADE BALANCE.... -1,467.6 -1,161.8 -73q.2 -1,622.4 -841.4
GEN IMPORTS,CUSTOMS 2.n57.R 1,A53.1 '1,51Q. 2,157.0 1,44Q.2
TRADE BALANCE.... -1,375.7 -1,n07.n -662.n -1,iln.8 -768.3

JAPAN
DOM AND FOR EXPORTS.... 1,800.4 1,Q41.n 1,R63.q 1,823.7 1,717.1
GEN IMPOPTS, C.I.F..... 7,349.5 6,51R.1 5,n65.1 7,n05.2 5,443.F
TRADE BALANCE........ -5,54q.1 -4,577.1 -3,2nl.2 -5,131.N -3,726.5
GEN IMPnORTS,CISTnMS.... 6,990.6 6,21n.2 4,R26.6 6,706.4 5,lRn.n
TRADE BALANCE........ -5,190.2 -4,269.2 -2,q62.7 -4,7R2.7 -3,4A2.q

MEXICO
DOM AND FOR EXPORTS.... 1,019.4 1,228.R 1,143.4 1,029.1 1,40?.q
GEN IMPORTS, C.I.F..... 1,R37.7 1,643.4 1,585.1 1,521.4 1,476.5
TRADE BALANCE........ -818.3 -414.6 -441.7 -49?.3 -73.6
GEN IMPORTS,CUSTAMS.... 1,811.7 1,622.8 1,562.7 1,501.9 1,45R.1
TRADE BALANCE........ -792.3 -394.0 -41Q.3 -472.R -55.2

TAIWAN
DOM AND FOR EXPORTS (U) 498.1 376.8 12R.R 379.3 373.3
GEN IMPORTS, C.I.F..... 1,669.R 1,479.0 1,294.Q 1,623.R 1,312.l
TRADE BALANCE........ -1,171.7 -1,102.7 -q66.1 -1,244.5 -95s.8
GEN IMPnPTS,CUJSTMS.... 1,551.5 1,372.1 1,198.R 1,505.2 1,?31.5
TRADE BALANCE........ -1,053.4 -995.3 -70.0n -1,125.9 -85R.2

REPUBLIC OF KOREA
DOM AND FOR EXPORTS.... 438.7 479.6 417.0 451.7 452.0
GEN IMPORTS, C.I.F..... 1,037.1 1,041.5 R65.9 977.4 6R7.6
TRADE BALANCE........ -598.4 -561.q -449R. -526.2 -235.6
GEN IMPORTS,CUSTOMS.... 972.2 Q78.3 R12.5 q14.8 642.q
TRADE BALANCE........ -533.5 -498.7 -395.5 -463.6 -190.q

OPEC
DOM AND FOR EvPORTS.... 1,012.7 1,051.7 8R6.6 964.0 1,116.6
GEN IMPORTS, C.I.F.(U). 2,561.9 2,400.8 2,nR07.9 2,131.q 1,732.1
TRADE BALANCE........ -1,549.2 -1,349.1 -1,201.3 -1,367.q -615.5
GEN IMPORTS,CUSTOMSfU). 2,426.2 2,279.1 1,990.1 2,217.q 1,646.n
TRADE BALANCE........ -1,413.5 -1,227.4 -1,n103.5 -1,253.9 -529.4

SAUDI ARABIA
DOM AND FOR EXPORTS.. 434.6 314.4 316.? 317.5 3R1.6
GEN IMPORTS,C.I.F.(U) 529.5 417.4 142.5 R2.5 65.6
TRADE BALANCE ...... -94.9 -103.0 +173.7 -235.0 +316.n
GEN IMPORTS.rCJSTnMS(Ii) 503.4 393.8 135.5 77.1 62.2
TRADE BALANCE........ -68.8 -79.4 .1Rn.7 +240.4 319.4

NIGERIA (11)
DOM AND FOR EXPORTS.. 50.5 44.1 49.6 38R. 79.0
GEN IMPnRTS,C.T.F.... 403.5 219.3 32n.4 276.1 310n.3
TRADE BALANCE...... -353.0 -175.2 -270.8 -237.3 -231.3
GEN IMPORTS,CIISTOMS.. 385.8 211.3 310.? 26R.2 302.5
TRADE BALANCE...... -335.3 -167.2 -.60.6 -229.4 -223.5









TABLE 2. 11.S. EXPORTS AND GENERAL IMPnRTS OF MERCHANnISF BY SELECTEn
COMMnDITY GRnIIPINGS, WORLD APFAS AND CNIINTRIES--continued



198ER STATISTICAL MONTH



ITEM nECFMBER NnVEBEFP OCTOBER SEPTEMREF AliGHST


PART n. EXPORTS OF nnMESTIC
F.A.S. VALllF BASIS:

FOOD/ANIMALS:
LIVE ANIMALS (U) ........
MEAT AND MEAT PREP (11)...
MEAT FRESH, CHL, FPZN(U).
MILK AND CREAM (L) ......
FISH AND FISH PREP ......
WHEAT (U)................
RICE (U).................
CORN (U).................
RYE; OATS; GRN SORG (U)..
VEG: FRUT; NUT...........
VEG; FRESH, CHL, FRZN....
FRUT: NUT, FRSH OR nPY...
FRUT PRESV, PREP.........
SUGAR; SUGAR PREP (U)....
ANIMAL FEEnS (U).........

BEVERAGES/TOBRACCn:
TOBAC UNMFR, REFUSE (1U)..
TOBAC MFR (II)............
CIGARETTES (U)...........

CRInE MAT, EPC FUELS:
HITE, SKIN, UNDRSn (U)...
FURSKINS, UNDRESSED......
SOYBEANS.................
CRUDE RUBBER (II).........
PULPWOnD;CHIPS;LnOGS (q)..
LUMBER...................
PULP AND WASTE PAPER (U).
WOODPULP-SULPHATE (I) ....
COTTON, RAW, LNTRS.......
RAW COTTON...............
CRUDE MIN, NSPF (U)......
IRON OR STEEL SfP (U)....
NnNFERR ORE (U)..........
NONFERR SCRP (U).........
PRECIOUS MET ORE (U).....

MINERAL FUELS:
BITUMINOUS COAL..........
NATURAL GAS (U)..........

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


MERCHANDISE RY SELECTED CnMMnnITY GROUPINGS,


41.1
91.1
R9.Q
16.2
5R.n
238.3
5n.3
512.4
32.5
IRR.4
46.1
n17.5
2R.n
10.7
1qn.7


56,4
in1.R
96.0
24.5
44.2
31n.9
54.2
560.4
42.4
171.4
3R.4
94.3
in.4
9.7
210.3


70n.4

103.4
19.7
73.5
309. P.
65.6
340.2
5r.5
2n3.5
r,3.3
110.(6
29.8
12.1
166.0


41.5
04.2
90.6
21.4
134.4
265.0
73.9
224.9
70.R
196.6
46.Q
107.Q
32.1
13.4
151.4


2P.7
105.8
99.R
23.6
6R.1
331.4
56.2
270.0
48.0
?4R.3
55.2
145.3
34.7
14.5
149.0


237.2 237.0 123.6 111.6 116.3
117.9 12R.7 06.9 11R.R 15R.5
1n6.7 124.4 q2.4 112.2 147.6


79.n
10.R
44R.6
51.0
n16.9
63.4
13n.2
6R.R
50.7
58.2
39.5
Rn.4
35.0
64.9
12.2


92.7
1R.5
34R.5
46.2
133.3
68.6
13.6
P6.8
RR.3
R6.6
44.2
RR.4
34.Q
65.4
10.9


96.6
22.6
270.4
49.7
100.4
64.7
125.5
63.0
126.3
127.5
45.2
72.7
3sR.
70.8
17.7


R9.0
16.9
25n.n
r1.2
117.6
60n.5
135.R
7R.6
1nn.n
97.5
4R.1
5R.n
49.R
f4.6
9.6


96.1
13.0
225.3
48.0
121.5
6R.1
140.9
q2.9
94.7
92.2
51.8
113.9
47.1
Q2.6
14.8


34R.7 363.4 342.7 336.9 426.1
26.6 21.2 25.n 4n.6 11.5


662.9
49R.3
164.6
199.0
181.2
241.n
221.8


6R9.0
455.3
233.6
19R.6
162.n
264.1
184.2


797.4
516.4
2R1.0
22R.7
1I1.q
255.0
2n4.5


817.6
501.1
316.5
205.9
224.R
276.0
183.7


7R3.6
r,45.4
23R.2
212.2
1R7.9
310.1
2n06.5








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


1985 STATISTICAL MONTH



ITEM DECEMBER NOVEMBER OCTOBER SEPTEMBER AUGUST




TABLE 2 PART n--continued

MANIIFACTURES BY MAT:
TIRES AND TUBES.......... 25.2 25.1 24.7 24.3 27.4
PAPR; PAPPRD, UNCIIT...... 129.2 142.1 137.5 149.4 141.7
PAPR; PAPRBD, rUT........ 46.5 50.2 5?.7 45.3 53.1
TXTLE YRN; FBRC; ARTCL(U) 17R.9 202.1 2f5.5 IQ1.6 211.0
TYTLE YRN; THREAD ........ 51.4 59.3 52.2 55.3 57.5
COTTON FABRICS, WOVEN (11) 14.5 16.5 17.0 15.2 1q.q
TEXTILE FABRICS WOVEN.... 41.7 44.3 42.7 46.q 4R.R
GLASS.................... 37.7 41.1 3q.4 49.1 42.1
NAT: SYN PREC STONES..... 48.6 39.9 2q.3 35.0 33.5
GEM DIAMnNDS............. 39.n 35.0 2R.4 32.2 22.5
IRON AND STL MLL PPOD.... 77.6 70.7 88.8 79.5 93.9
IRON OR STL PLT; SHTS (U) 21.5 21.6 23.2 20.7 24.1
IRON OP STL TR; PP; FT... 13.7 29.4 41.4 3q.1 42.7
SILVEP BULLION (U) ....... 4.4 5.4 6.2 9.5 6.4
PLATINUM (U)............. 6.4 6.7 7.5 6.1 5.1
COPPER (U)............... 17.1 18.6 21.2 18.8 31.3
NICKEL (U)............... 11.1 11.0 15.2 16.6 16.1
ALUMINUM (U) ............. 50.3 63.q 71.4 68.0 74.2
METAL MFRS, NSPF......... 238.3 253.6 263.8 272.q 266.7
IRON OR STL STRCT (11).... 22.0 23.5 ?4.1 26.9 31.1
TOOLS.................... 48.8 54.6 60n.7 51.3 52.n
BASE METAL MFRS NSPF..... 117.8 117.0 129.1 12?.9 123.1

MACHINERY--NON ELEC:
PWR GENRTNG MACH......... 799.4 817.5 803.8 791.6 787.5
BOILERS; TURBINES; ENG... 731.4 737.4 757.5 725.1 664.n
INTERNAL COMBN ENG....... 641.4 7n2.3 701.7 689.9 662.q
ELEC MOTR; GFN; PTS (U).. 50.4 55.3 57.4 75.n 64.n
MACH. FOR PAPTICULR IND.. 760.2 811.4 768.R 801.3 841.R
AGRI MACH; PTS; TRCTR.... 117.2 142.6 135.5 139.1 127.6
ENGINEER; CONTRCTR EOIIP. 353.n 332.0 314.4 322.2 367.4
TEXTLE; LTHR MACH........ 42.5 43.5 44.R 4R.2 41.8
PAPR; PRTNG EQUIPMENT.. RO.1 6a.3 85.4 81.2 7R.1
MAC. FOR PARTCLR IND NSPF 199.2 217.8 2?n.5 242.6 243.4
METALWORKING MACH. (U)... 117.8 8R.8 103.7 94.6 116.5
GEN IND MACH; PTS........ 605.4 628.6 502.6 ;a0n.4 641.8
HEAT; COOL EQUIP; PTS.... 146.9 164.8 145.5 160.4 147.6
PUMP; FAN; CTRFG; PTS.... 189.6 192.5 170.0 155.9 203.2
MECH. HANDL EOP; PTS..... 70.2 85.8 Rn.2 7q.3 89.3
OFFC MACH; ADP EOP....... 1,088.2 1,138.1 1,16R.2 1,164.2 1,202.8
ADP EOP.................. 519.9 534.3 534.8 549.9 5qq.R
OFFC MACH; AOP EQP; PTS.. 554.0 625.1 553.R 556.6 596.4
TELECOM APP; EOP; PTS.... 344.2 342.1 323.2 342.3 295.6
TELECOM EOP; NSPF; PTS(U) 302.6 302.0 2R9q.7 304.6 26n.4

MACHINERY--ELEC:
ELEC MACH; APP........... 929.3 1,033.7 q84.3 970.6 q74.2
ELEC PWR MACH; SWTCHGR... 192.9 207.9 227.6 202.5 213.4
ELEC DIST EOP............ 71.9 89.4 97.8 73.8 73.3
ELEC MACH; MFn; RAD APP.. 96.2 104.6 109q. 92.1 97.0
HHLD TYPE EOP............ 42.2 43.0 41.5 49.4 46.8
TBS; TRANS; SEMICONn..... 337.5 366.1 321.5 336.9 323.4
ELEC MACH; APP NSPF ...... 183.5 212.5 205.1 204.9 213.8









TALE 2. II.S. EYPOPTS AND GENERAL IMPORTS nF MEPCHANniSF BY SELECTED
COMMOnNTY GRN.RIPNGS, WORLn APEAS AND CNIINTRIES--continued


19R5 STATISTICAL MONTH



ITEM nCFFMREP NnVEMRER nCTNRER SFPTEMBEF AlliGST


TABLE 2 PART n--continued

TRANSPORT EOlIIPMENT:
PASSENGER CARS:
TO CANADA................
TO OTHER COIINTPIES.......
MTR VEH; PTS NSPF........
MTR VEH NSPF.............
AUTO PTS; TRAC PTS.......
MTRCYS; BICYY; TIPS (ll)..
LnCnMOTIVES (U) ..........
AIRCPFT: SPCECRFT; PTS(U)
AIPCPAFT--COM; MIL ("I...
SPACECRAFT ful...........
AIRCRAFT PARTS...........
VSSLS; FLTNG STR11C (U)...
PTS OF VESSELS (11 .......

MANUFACTURES, MISC:
SANIT PLMB: HEAT Fly.....
FURNITURE AND PARTS ......
CLOTHING .................
MEAS; rnhTP; SCIE. INS(U)
PHOTO APP: SIIPP..........
PHOTO SuPPLIES...........
ART OF RUB; PLAST NSPF...
PRINTED MATTER...........

COMMODITIES, NSPF:
SPECIAL TPANSACTIONS (il).
MILITARY GOODS (l) .......
NONMONETARY COLn (ll).....

PART E. GENERAL IMPnPTS BY
BASIS:

FONO/ANIMALS:
LIVE ANIMALS.............
MEAT AND MEAT PREP (11...
nAIPRY PROD; FGGS.........
FISH ANn FISH PREP.......
FISH, FR; npn; SHELL (iU).
SHELLFISH ................
VEG; FRIIT: NUT...........
VEG; FRESH, CHL, FPZN....
FRUITS AND NUTS (UL......
SiGAP (U)................
COFFEE (U)...............
COCOA (II).................

REVEAGE TORACCO:
ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES (U)..
WINE (U).................
TORAC UNMFR (U)..........


453.2
3n.n
30.0
1,00noR.1
1I3.2
797.2
1.7

1,476.3
1,003.6
15.4
457.2
R.9
14.2


14.5
4R.7
63.3
30q.3
136.4
92.1
109.2
9P.86


527.0n
25.6
1,18iR.9
234.9
9nn.5
13.5
31.9
1,177.3
581.2
123.1
471.1
11.8
35.5


17.7
48.1
68.7
417.0
146.7
110.3
10n4.7
1n2.3


441.3
10.4
1,084.R
181.8
938.8
16.2
22.9
1,107.0
616.6
10.1
480.3
30.5
11.0


16.7
46.8
67.4
405.3
144.6f
113.1
104.1
107.1


69.6 87.6 84.2
254.9 212.7 168.5
116.7 R2.1 168.0


529.1
23.6
1,198.3
221.2
968.6
8.2
29.7
1,077.3
577.4
51.6
448.3
27.5
17.4


16.9
44.9
60.3
416.9
136.7
104.2
99.8
10n4.6


78.4
347.1
130.6


436.0
13.2
1,098.0
168.8
934.4
9.1
28.3
876.7
311.6
148.7
416.4
11.9
22.5


16.6
43.2
65.4
412.9
147.1
114.8
104.7
102.8


70.0
213.1
91.5


SELECTED COMMOnnITY GROUPINGS, C.I.F. VALUE


74.4
2n1.?
29.5
419.
365.8
136.8
45n.7
151.0
238.3
115.1
342.1
12n.1


288.6
110.7
7R.n


56.3
192.9
38.3
381.2
319.4
177.8
416.3
143.1
238.5
93.8
220.2
87.6


42.3
193.7
42.8
304.3
248.1
117.0
308.0
107.1
205.9
38.0
229.4
50.8


36.4
218.2
38.6
359.3
287.6
165.1
394.1
124.4
241.1
93.0
305.8
78.4


338.6 323.5 333.2 273.9
137.6 105.0 99.4 85.6
20.3 10.8 38.5 56.2


39.4
213.2
37.3
330.5
262.3
150.4
379.0
118.5
222.2
60.0
300.2
87.1









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


1985 STATISTICAL MONTH



ITEM DECEMBER NOVEMBER OCTOBER SEPTEMBEl AUGUST




TABLE 2 PART E--continued

CRUDE MAT, EXC. FUELS:
HIDE, SKIN, IINDRSn (ll)... 6.0 3.6 6.3 6.7 5.R
FURSKINS, IINDRESSEn ...... 26.7 20.1 19.1 14.6 21.3
OILSO; I1LNTS; KERNLS (U) 6.2 7.1 4.7 8.6 11.4
CRUDE RUBBER (U)......... 77.0 86.1 R5.1 84.0 74.1
LUMBER................... 215.1 241.5 2R0.2 291.1 290.5
PULP ANn WASTEPAPER ...... 110.0 134.1 117.2 111.6 131.6
WOOL; OTR ANIMAL HAIR (U) 13.7 9.7 14.9 13.1 11.5
CRUDE FERTILIZERS (U).... 1.8 3.1 1.3 1.2 .1
STONE; SAND; GRAVEL (II).. 16.2 12.3 65.4 18.4 49.8
CRUDE MINERALS, NSPF..... 32.4 2q9.3 34.6 53.n 34.8
IRON ORE AND CONCENTRATES 43.9 49.3 33.6 79.2 50.5
BASE METAL ORES (U) ...... 83.6 95.4 113.1 110.0 100.9
BAUXITE AND ALUMINA (U).. 58.9 74.2 84.7 7R.7 76.5
PRECIOUS METAL ORES ...... 11.2 17.1 29.2 22.R 19.7
CRUDE VEG MAT NSPF ....... 72.9 70.8 67.5 73.6 51.3

MINERALS FUELS:
COAL; COKE; BRIO (U)..... 19.3 11.4 13.0 16.6 15.3
NATURAL GAS (II).......... 241.1 230.3 220.8 204.3 198.5

CHEMICALS ANn PROD:
ORGANIC CHEMICALS (11).... 391.5 345.7 367.2 473.? 358.6
INORGANIC CHEMICALS (U).. 281.2 394.8 322.5 232.9 21n.4
MED. PHARMA PROD......... 91.1 96.1 97.0 11n0.0n 86.5
MFR FERTILIZERS.......... 77.4 82.8 84.5 90.3 61.4
CHEM MAT; PROD NSPF (u).. 117.2 130.0 105.9 131.q 106.7

MANUFACTURES BY MAT:
TIRES AND TUBES (U)...... 130.8 134.8 132.0 16n.9 136.7
WOOD; VENEERS; PLY ....... 67.R 71.7 84.8 85.7 61.0
WOOD MANUFACTUIRE'S NSPF.. 74.7 71.R 67.6 75.6 66.1
STANDARD NEWSPRINT....... 300.7 305.7 326.9 316.6 2Q5.5
TXTLE YRN; FRRC; ARTCL... 462.0 439.2 459.8 499.6 391.7
TEXTILE YARN; THREAD (U). 45.7 48.5 50.0 57.1 43.4
TEXTILE FABRICS.......... 153.R 123.5 134.8 140.5 99.7
GLASS.................... 66.7 51.4 49.4 51.5 48.8
POTTERY.................. 107.9 92.1 91.7 110.4 79.3
GEM DIAMONDS (U)......... 280.7 323.1 305.8 279.5 ?23.4
IRON AND STL MLL PROD (U) 939.4 700.4 593.9 1,092.1 863.5
IRN OR STL BRS, RDS ..... 160.4 127.5 106.4 184.0 169.9
IRN OR STL PLTS; SHEETS.. 455.5 273.? 217.3 526.4 308.2
IRON OR STEEL WIRE ....... 39.1 30.0 28.5 39.7 34.9
IRN OR STL TBS, PIPES (U) 195.3 166.9 174.0 248.2 216.6
SILVER BULLION (U) ....... 48.1 91.1 46.5 48.6 29.9
PLATINUM (U)............. 63.2 93.7 86.7 97.3 105.5
COPPER (U)............... 115.9 109.9 75.2 103.5 82.2
NICKEL (U)............... 56.5 51.8 48.3 55.5 34.3
ALUMINUM (11)............. 149.0 154.7 180.3 214.6 167.4
ZINC (II)................. 48.6 50.4 33.4 46.8 34.8
NAILS; SCREWS; BOLTS..... 87.6 85.5 80.3 115.7 9n.3
BASE METAL MFRS NSPF (U). 183.5 187.4 184.5 212.9 172.8









TABLE 2. II.S. EXPORTS ANn GENERAL IMPORTS nF MERCHANDISE BY SELECTEn
COMMODITY GROUPINGS, WORLO APFAS ANn CnIINTRIES--continued


1985 STATISTICAL MONTH



ITEM nECEMREP NnOVEMBEP CTOREP SEPTEMRE] AUllGST




TABLE 2 PART E--continued

MACHINERY--NON-ELEC:
PWR GENRTlNG MACH........ 735.3 740.6 662.3 764.8 600.6
AGRI MACH: PTS: TRCTP (UJ) 116.3 11n.1 In7.4 120.6 111.6
TXTLE; LTHR MACH......... qn.7 1n?.n 6.0 1n04.R q96.3
PAPR: PRTNG EOP (II) ...... 147.5 122.q 126.3 131.7 119.2
METALWORKING MACHINERY... 303.8 278.5 210.q 268.7 23n.9
GEN INn MACH; PTS........ R4n.2 721.1 652.3 814.7 621.4
OFFC MACH: ADP EOP....... 1,n027.5 1,1n00.6 966.R 1,086.4 q46.5
TELECnM APP; EOP; PTS.... 1,71n.6 1,6R8.2 1,338.9 1,667.5 1,442.8
TV SETS.................. 250.5 226.3 161.3 188.6 168.6
PADnIS................... 245.2 35n.s 231.6 329.1 271.6
SOUND REC AND PEPRnn..... 468.6 4q1.R 423.q 513.2 51n.n
TELECOM APP; EOP NSPF.... 643.5 682.6 599.6 A61.7 553.9

MACHINERY--ELEC:
ELEC MACH; APP........... 1,7n6.n 1,552.3 1,201.R 1,694.0 1,?qi.8
CIRC BRKS; RnS; RES ...... 232.9 2ni.1 187.5 2nR.3 177.2
ELEC DIST EnP............ 134.8 13n.6 12n.6 1;1.2 107.7
ELEC MEn FOP (II).......... 126.1 Ini.2 Ins.n 116.4 84.2
ELEC HHLn EOP............ 185.6 1P7.? 134.1 222.7 134.1
TUBES; TRANS; SEMCONN..... 44n.1 443.9 451.4 522.3 438.8
ELEC MACH: APP (II)....... 326.9 332.6 3n2.2 341.2 288.0

TRANSPORT EntiIPMENT:
PASSENGER CAPS:
FROM CANADA.............. 1,142.2 1,nR2.R 1,129.1 1,146.n I,n55.5
FROM JAPAN............... 1,97n.n 1,83n.5 1,134.7 2,n3.8F 1,315.5
FROM OTHER COUNTRIES..... 1,0nn.5 969.q 523.7 924.7 503.A
TRKS; BISES; CHAS (I) .... R8r.Q 813.0 721.8 802.F 638.4
MTRCYS; BICYS PTS........ 178.5 162.4 98.7 137.5 85.3
MTR VEH AND TRCTR PTS.... Q53.n 7q7.9 836.5 965.4 744.0
AIRCRFT; SPCECRFT- PTS(II) 2q4.1 2n01.5 311.5 264.8 239.5
AIRCRAFT--COM; MIL (L)... 128.5 65.2 136.6 67.7 90.5
SPACECRAFT (U)........... 1.4 4.6 5.5 R.5 4.4
AIRCRAFT PTS (II)......... 164.1 126.3 168.7 188I 144.5

MANUFACTURES, MISC:
SANIT PLMR; HEAT FIX..... 47.1 44.5 40.1 52.4 48.6
FIIRNITURE ANO PARTS ...... 333.2 33n.R 289.3 327.2 2R2.8
TRAVEL GOODS: HANDBAGS... 146.5 128.3 136.3 126.7 116.8
CLOTHING................. 1,757.1 1,424.1 1,382. 1,40n2.3 1,162.9
FOOTWEAR................. 632.7 570n. 601.0 522.q 469.6
PHOTO APP; SIIPP.......... 208.7 191.0 11.0 2nq.2 161.4
OPTICAL GOOS (ii)........ 105.6 93.6 98.9 Q4.2 69.2
WATCHES ANn CLOCKS (U)... 126.8 1I1.S 119.1 127.5 104.9
ART OF RUB; PLAST NSPF... 21n.3 210.9 n08.4 234.5 191.1
PRINTED MATTER........... 124.5 98.5 117.4 109.0 80.9
TOYS; GAMES; SPORT GDS... 376.4 36A.n 323.0 423.7 374.5
ARTWKS AND ANTInIIES (II).. 169.0 200.1 216.1 225.6 144.8
NUMISMATIC COINS (II)..... 56.1 45.R 83.9 67.4 42.7
MUSIC INSTR; PTS; ACC (II) 164.6 167.2 1n8.3 21n.9 146.7
MISC MANUFACTURES NSPF... N0.2 R6.4 83.7 q4.5 80.6

COMMODITIES, NSPF:
SPECIAL TRANSACTIONS..... 555.3 518.4 556.0 553.4 465.4
NONMONETARY GnOL (J) ..... 200.3 250.1 168.5 283.2 142.0








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


1985 STATISTICAL MONTH



ITEM DECEMBER NOVEMBER OCTOBER SEPTEMREF AUGUST




PART F. GENERAL IMPORTS BY SELECTED COMMODITY GROUPINGS, CIISTOMS VALUE
BASIS:

FOOD/ANIMALS:
LIVE ANIMALS............. 72.7 55.6 41.4 34.9 38.7
MEAT AND MEAT PREP (U)... 182.5 176.4 175.6 196.n 190.2
DAIRY PROD; EGGS......... 26.9 34.8 39.0 35.2 33.9
FISH AND FISH PREP....... 398.5 364.R 289.5 341.9 315.1
FISH, FR; ORD; SHELL (U). 347.R 306.6 236.5 274.4 250.7
SHELLFISH................ 133.4 173.7 113.0 159.4 145.2
VEG; FPIiT; NUT........... 389.1 359.8 265.6 334.9 323.8
VEG; FRESH, CHL, FRZN.... 137.6 126.5 q3.8 1n9.2 103.7
FRUITS AND NUTS (U) ...... 199.7 204.3 176.7 202.7 1RR.4
SUGAR (U)................ 105.n 86.R 35.4 86.8 55.R
COFFEE (U)............... 330.6 21n0.1 218.1 290.8 2A5.3
COCOA (U)................ 114.1 82.9 4R.1 74.4 82.5

BEVERAGES/TOBACCO:
ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES (U).. 259.7 306.9 294.1 300.7 247.4
WINE (U)................. 104.9 121.7 Q2.3 86.8 75.0
TOBAC UNMFR (U).......... 74.2 18.6 9.8 35.8 52.2

CRUDE MAT, EXC. FUELS:
HIDE, SKIN, UNDRSD (U)... 5.8 3.5 6.2 6.5 5.6
FURSKINS, UNDRESSED ...... 26.3 19.8 18.9 14.4 21.1
OILSD; DILNTS; KERNLS (U) 6.0 6.9 4.5 8.4 10.9
CRUDE RUBBER (U)......... 69.4 76.8 75.9 75.4 67.0
LUMBEP................... 209.2 232.4 271.1 279.4 279.0
PULP AND WASTEPAPER....... 108.7 132.2 115.7 110.3 128.8
WOOL; OTR ANIMAL HAIR (U) 13.0 9.2 14.0 12.3 10.q
CRUDE FERTILIZERS (U).... 1.6 2.9 1.2 1.0 .1
STONE; SAND; GRAVEL (U).. 9.4 6.8 60.1 10.6 46.3
CRUDE MINERALS, NSPF..... 27.0 24.2 28.3 45.0 28.8
IRON ORE AND CONCENTRATES 36.5 40.1 27.2 65.1 42.2
BASE METAL ORES (U) ...... 79.3 85.7 105.2 99.6 90.6
BAUXITE AND ALUMINA (U).. 55.4 66.9 78.7 71.3 68.7
PRECIOUS METAL ORES ...... 11.1 17.0 29.0 22.6 19.2
CRUDE VEG MAT NSPF ....... 65.5 62.4 59.0 64.5 45.1

MINERALS FUELS:
COAL; COKE; BRIO (U)..... 16.8 10.2 11.5 14.5 13.6
NATURAL GAS (U).......... 241.1 230.3 220.0 2n4.3 198.5

CHEMICALS AND PROD:
ORGANIC CHEMICALS (U).... 372.8 327.9 347.8 448.6 339.8
INORGANIC CHEMICALS (U).. 269.8 380.6 309.4 219.2 198.0
MED. PHARMA PROD......... 89.2 94.1 95.0 107.8 84.6
MFR FERTILIZERS .......... 67.4 73.4 77.8 82.5 56.7
CHEM MAT; PROD NSPF (U).. 111.2 123.4 100.8 123.5 99.8









TABLE 2. U1.S. EXPORTS AND GENERAL IMPORTS OF MERCHANDISE RY SFLECTEn
COMMODITY GOnUPINGS, WnRLn AREAS AND COiiNTPlES--continued


195 STATISTICAL MONTH



ITEM DECEMBER NOVEMBER nCTOBER SEPTEMBEF AUGUST




TABLE ? PART F--continued

MANIIFACTIIPES RY MAT:
TIRES AND TUBES (-) ...... 121.q 125.2 123.5 149.3 127.1
WOOD; VENEERS; PLY ....... 61.6 65.2 7f.n 77.6 55.R
WOOD MANUFACTURE'S NSPF.. 69.5 66.7 62.5 A9.7 61.1
STANDARn NEWSPRINT....... 2q4.4 298.3 31A.R 308.0 2A9.1
TXTLE YRN; FBPC; ARTrL... 429.6 409.0 42R,0 464.n 363.9
TEXTILE YARN; THREAn (11). 42.5 45.3 46.6 53.1 4n.;
TEXTILE FABRPPICS.......... 143.0 115.5 125.7 131.n 92.R
GLASS.................... 62.5 4R.4 46.3 4R.n 45.6
POTTERY.................. 96.1 R2.R 82.2 99.? 71.2
GEM DIAMONnS (IJ)......... 279.n 321.5 304.2 27R.1 222.3
IRON AND STL MLL PPRn (UI R57.4 64n.4 544.3 994.2 7R6.0
IPN OP STL RRS, RS ...... 145.4 116.0 97.6 164.R 152.4
IRN OR STL PLTS; SHEETS.. 416.5 250.6 19q.3 481.3 282.5
IRONi OP STEEL WIRE ....... 35. 27.3 26.2 35.8 31.3
IRN OR STL TRS, PIPES (U) 179.6 153.7 159.6 227.4 198.1
SILVER BIuLLION (Ij)....... 4R.n 90.R 46.3 4R.5 2Q.8
PLATINUM (U)............. 63.0 93.5 86.5 07.0 105.2
COPPER (U)............... 111.4 In06.1 72.3 q9 .3 78.7
NICKEL (U)............... 55.8 51.0 47.6 54.6 33.9
ALUMINUM (U) ............ 143.7 149.3 175.4 206.6 161.0
ZINC (11).................. 47.3 4R.q 32.R 45.9 34.3
NAILS; SCREWS; BOITS..... Tn.A 78.9 74.2 106.3 83.2
BASE METAL MFPS NSPF (li). 174.4 177.3 175.1 201.3 163.2

MACHINERY--NON-ELEC:
PWR GENRTING MACH........ 722.R 727.8 651.3 747.8 598.R
AGRI MACH: PTS; TRrTP (ll) 111.3 105.1 In3.2 115.3 10n6.4
TrTLE; LTHR MACH ......... R7.0 q7.7 82.3 100.2 92.2
PAPR; PPTNG EP (U) ...... 142.3 11 .3 121.3 126.1 114.5
METALWORKING MACHINFRY... 2QI.3 ?1A.6 202.3 257.3 220.4
GEN INn MACH; PTS........ P06.8 69Q.9 624.5 779.1 592.9
OFFC MACH; AnP EOP....... q94.4 1,071.2 940.R 1,ns55.9 920.2
TELECOM APP; EOP; PTS.... 1,672.n 1,65n.R 1,307.4 1,626.7 1,409.5
TV SETS.................. 244.7 220.4 157.5 IR3.9 165.3
RADIOS................... 240.3 343.2 225.5 32n.6 264.4
SOUND REC ANn REPPnn..... 46n.n 4R3.1 416.3 503.1 501.6
TELECOM APP; EOP NSPF.... 626.7 664.5 5R3.3 643.7 53R.7

MACHINERY--ELEC:
ELEC MACH; APP ........... 1,655.R 1,50R.2 1,255.4 1,606.0 1,254.0
CIRC RRKS; BDS; PES ...... 225.9 195.5 1R2.2 2n2.3 172.2
ELEC DIST EOP............ 131.9 127.6 117.3 146.7 In4.1
ELEC MED EnP (1) ......... 123.5 98.6 102.5 113.4 R?.2
ELEC HHLn EDP ............ 176.5 178.4 127.2 212.0 127.0
TUBES; TRANS; SEMCON..... 432.9 437.2 444.7 514.5 432.4
ELEC MACH; APP (J) ....... 314.2 320.7 291.2 32R.3 277.0








TALE 2. U.S. EXPORTS AND GENERAL IMPORTS nF MERCHANDISE BY SELECTED
COMMnnITY GROUPINGS, WNRLD AREAS AND COUNTRIES--continued


1985 STATISTICAL MONTH



ITEM DECEMREP NOVEMRFR nCTNBER SEPTEMREF AUGUST




TARLE 2 PAPT F--continued

TRANSPORT EQUIPMENT:
PASSENGERS CARS:
FROM CANADA .............. 1,142.1 1,n2.7 1,129.0 1,146.n 1,055.4
FROM JAPAN ................ 1,86 .3 1,734.5 1,075.5 1,q2q.5 1,25N.f
FROM OTHEP COUNTRIES..... 977.3 945.5 n509.4 R03.4 491.2
TRKS; BUSES; CHAS (U).... 824. Rll..6 70n2.6 774.6 614.1
MTRCYS; RTCYS PTS......... 168.5 152.5 q1.a 128R. 79.2
MTP VEH AND TRCTR PTS.... 923.A 774.5 813.2 q34.3 71Q.6
AIRCRFT; SPCEFRFT; PTS(11) 292.1 199.R 309.7 262.5 237.6
AIRCPAFT---COM: MIL (11).. 12R.2 65.0 136.1 67.5 9g.2
SPACECRAFT (ll)........... 1.4 4.5 5.5 R.4 4.4
AIRCRAFT PTS (ii) ......... 162.5 125.1 167.3 186.6 143.n0

MANUFACTIIPES, MISC:
SANIT PLMB; HEAT FIX (U). 43.5 40n.8 36.R 47.7 44.2
FURNITURE ANn PARTS ...... 306.3 304.2 267.n 3nn.? 25R.3
TRAVEL GOOns: HANnRArS... 135.5 11R.5 125.8 117.2 1017.7
CLOTHING................ 1,635.0 1,31R.6 1,2R4.0 1,312.5 1,084.0
FOOTWEAR................. 594.3 535.R 562.q 4PAR. 43q.1
PHOTO APP; SUPP.......... 2n?.6 185.3 185.2 2n3.n 1i6.Q
OPTICAL GOODS (U)........ In2.4 90.R Q6.2 91.4 66.q
WATCHES AND CLOCKS (U)... 122.9 147.4 135.3 123.7 101.7
ART OF RUB; PIAST NSPF... 195.6 196.1 1q3.6 217.4 176.7
PRINTEn MATTER ........... 117.7 93.3 111.? 103.4 86.6
TOYS; GAMES; SPORT nns... 347.9 329.5 2q7.5 389.3 343.6
ARTWKS AND ANTIQUES (U).. 165.6 197.7 213.Q 222.q 142.9
NUMISMATIC COINS 1II)..... 55.9 45.6 83.7 67.3 42.6
MUSIC INSTR; PTS; ACC (II) 158.2 160.7 161.4 203.6 141.n
MISC MANUFACTURES NSPF... 81.3 78.4 75.q 85.7 72.q

COMMODITIES, NSPF:
SPECIAL TRANSACTIONS..... 546.0 511.1 548.2 545.6 458.3
NONMONETARY GOLD '1) ..... 200.0 249.9 169.3 282.Q 141.q

NOTE: Effective with July 1984 statistics, the seasonal and/or work-day
adjustment factors applied to the export and import commodity group-
ings data shown in table 2, parts 0, E, and F will be updated on an
rotating basis at the beginning of each quarter. The adjustment
factors applied to data shown in table 2, parts A, 8, 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 December 1985

(In millions of dollars. Data are on a f.a.s U.S. port of exportation value basis. See "Explanation of Staeistics" for information on coverage, definition of the
export valuation, description at the Schedule E coiaodity sections and sources of further information. UnaMjusted data should be used for annual totals therefore,
seasonally adjusted annrmual totals are not shoam. Totals represent sue of unrounded figures and may vary from sue of rounded amounts)


Period


Schedule E sections. Domestic Merchandise, Etcluding DOD Grant Aid shipments,
and Foreign (Reerports) merchandise i Total 000
Foreign (sections Grant aid
| Hercha- 0 9 rand .,p2
Section Section Section Section Section S ect onion SSec tion Section Secttion ecl cn dise foreign) 2i
a 1 | e2 3 |eci| 5 | 6 | 8 9

F.a.s. value, seasonally adjusted'


1985
Monthly Averages........

January.................
February................
Narchd...................
April...................
Nay.....................
June....................
July....................
August..................
September................
October.................
Noventber................
Decentier................
1984

Monthly Averages........
January.................
February................
March..................
April...................
Nay.....................
June .....................
July....................
August..................
September...............
October.................
Novnmber................
December................


1,605.71
1.937.21
1,732.0
1,694..8
1,665.3
1,455.0
1.489.1

1,45.4
1,491.0
1,465.7
1,601.5

1,543.1


2,038.51
2,159.01
1,938.9
2,239.1
1,939.7
1,981.2
1,676.81
1,976.7
1,985.i
2,355.11
2,011.|,
2,100.21
2.099.2


246.5 1,412.31
223.8 1,620.51
263.2 1,596.2
278.6 1,500.6
247.2 1,490.2
147.5 1,220.8
124.9 1,343.51

159.0 1,373.4
291.6 1,403.6
245.31 1,1.01.7
234.71 1,320.9
380.0 1,266.0
364.3 1,410.2


237.5 1,679.51

198.5 1,790.1|
231.4| 1,754.0
238.01 1,778.53
211.1 1,684.0
168.5 1,734.0o
202.91 1,628.2
177.91 1,799.5
146.0 1,619.2
231.1 1.77.0I
325.0 1.455.71
405.3 1,586.0
313.5 1,847.8


I
830.91

785.53
751.9
738.(|
837.2
707.81
759.9
933.6
868.1
902.9
991.1



775.91
582.41
502.21
790.11
758.8
901.1
871.61
764.8
877.6
819.61
757.12
972.8


I I I I
119.5 1,817.5 1167.6 7.861.1 1.279.51 91.31
137.5 ,986.81 ,252.3 8,662.1 1,380.91 846.8!
160.4 1,942.1 1.207.4 7.81.7 1,256.2 855.0I
131.4 1,816.4 1,163.7 8,190.6 1.367.3 984.01
107.6 1,803.7 1,174.6 7,901.2 1,261.2 908.5
106.4 1.827.7 1,123.7 7,943.7 1,270.9 960.1
129.7 1.65..91 1.249.81 7,891.8 1 ,30.71 936.2!
131.1 ,759.5 1,169. 7,829.6 1,251.41 978.31
99.2 17. 1,222.9 7,587.4 1,246.1| 852.0
99.2 1,929.0 1,132.5 7,857.2 1,225.8 1,018.51
113.7 1,815.3 1,124.8 7,606.0 1,255.1 899. 3
110.5 1,760.51 1,134.0 7,964 2.8 1,25 1 851.91
107.1 1,677.9 1,056.1 7,316.8 1.253.2 891.3


160.2 1,859.0 1.261.11 7..92.0 1.305.7 841.5!
168.9 810.. 1.300.0 7,422.4o 1,293.6 68..51
170.31 1,7.4 1,260.4 7,154.81 1,237.1 778.51
237.6 1,719.4 1,21.7.0 7,066.51 1,257.2 816.71
131.9 I.776.4 1,159.01 7,324.7 1,280.5 805.0
182.7 1,8.7.4 1,2.29.2 7.2-5.7 1.29...5 841.3
14..i 1,873.21 1.2.9.61 7,.07.1 1,50. I.4 892.01
168.81 2,064.6 1,313.2 7,988.61 1,3'9.- 1.001.31
111.91 1,854.01 1,280.0 7,410.6 1,309.8 1.070.71
1-3.8 1948.41 1,278.1 7,414.6i 1 -.. 736.71
139 4 .894.0 1,235.7 7,825.0 1,373.91 868.31
155 1 1,900.9 1,227.2 7.733.21 1,286.8 71.9.9
167.2 1865.1 1,286.7 7,910.41 1,346.'.| 813.5


F.a.s. value, ursadjusted


1985

January To Deceer..... 19,267.8 2,958.2 16,959. 9,970.9
Monthly Averages........ 1,605.7 246.5 1,411.61 830.91

January................. 1,937.2! 223.8 1,729.0ol 804.3
February................. 1,732.01 263.2 1,634.5 785.5
March................... 1,694.8| 278.61 1,676.2 753.9
April................... 1,665.31 247.21 1,594.5 738.4
May................... 1,.55.0 147.51 1,317.2 837.2
June.................... 1,489.1 124.91 1.28.46 707.81
July.................... '1,445.4 159.0 1,141.3 759.9
August.................. 1,491.0 291.6 1,225.4 933.6
Septmber............... 1,465.71 243.3 1,1,8.0 868.1
Octoner................. 1,601.51 234.7 1,268.0 902.9
Noveater. ............... I,747.8 380.0 1,457.1 991.1
Deceier................ 1,543.1 364.3 1,463.8 888.4
984 I I i

january o Deceer..... 24,462.5 2,849.4 20,248.9 9,510.5

Monthly Averages......... 2,038.5 237.5 1,687.4 775.9
January................. 2,159.0 198.5 1,867.1 582.
February................ 1,938.91 251.4 1,836.4 502.2
March................... 2.239.1| 238.0 2,075.5 790.1
April................... 1,939.71 211.1 1,766.5 758.8
Nay........... ........ 1,981.2 168.5 1,853.7 901.1
JNe.................... 1.676.8 202.9 1,608.7 871.6
July.................... 1,976.71 177.9 1,473.8 764.8
Augus t................... 1,985.31 1 16.0. 1,376.1 877.61
September............... 2,355.1 231.1 1,211.1 819.6
October................. 2,011.41 325.0 1.396.0 757.11
Iovea er................ 2,100.2 405 3 1,827.1 712.3
DeceJaer................ 2,099.2 313.5 1,956.8 972.8
I [


I I I I I I
1.434.01 21,758.71 14,008.81 94,276.21 15,338.2 10,959.9 6,220.8! 213,133.0
119.5! 1,815.2! 1,167.4! 7,856..I 1,278.21 913.3 518.41 17,761.11

137.5 1,937.1! 1,216.0! 7,986.51 1,304.91 8.6.8 549.3! 18,672.31
160.41 1,817.8 1,102.3 7,126.8 1,170.7 855.0' 495.7 17,1.1.8
131. 4 1,958.1 1,289.3 9,468.4 1,528.7 984.0 565.0 20,328.4
107.6 167 1,767.6 1,239.5 7,964.41 1,256.1 908.51 81.0 17,969.9
106.4 1,882.6 1.227.1 8.555.3 1,326.8 960.1 5221.2 18,336.5
129.71 ,777..I 1,279.8 8,357.4 1,34.01 936.21 579.5 18,010.1
131.3 1,780.6 1,119.0 7,414.6 1,241.&I 978.31 53.3 16,725.2
99.21 1,859.6 1,174.0 6,980.4 T,218.7 832.01 478.21 16,583.7
99.21 1,857.6 1,105.3 7,535.1 1,201.3 1.018.5 491.2 17,033.2
115.7 1,835.0 1,166.4 7.796.2 1,30..0 899.3 496.0 17,617.7
110.5 1,642.5 1,095.5 7,694.0 1,256.0 851.91 493.81 17.720.2
107.1 1,642.7 994.9 7,397.2 1,185. 891.3 515.61 16,993.8


1,922.2 22,336.3 15,139.8 89,968.4 15,697.9 10,098.1 ,831.0 217,865.2

160.2 1,861.4 1,261.6 7,497.4 1,308.2! 41.51 485.9 18,155.41
168.9 1,79.7 1,248.0 6.806.3 1,208.2 64.5 -78.9 17,161.61
170.3 1,708.8 1,201.7 6,997.1. ,219.8 778.51 25.91 17,013.4
237.6 1,863.8 1,364.3 8,0(1.7 1.42'.4 816.7 515.6 19,606.7
131.9 1,728.4 1,213.5 7,493.2 1,281.8 805.0 449.3 17,779.11
182.7 1,860.3 1,395.4 7,738.l 1,329.4 841.3 485.6 18,735.61
14.4 2,066.1 1,312.11 7,814.51 1,335.7 892.01 455.o0 1 8,379.8

168.81 2054.5 1.246.3 7,629.1 1,349.0 1.041.3 479.11 18,361.1
111.9 1,887.4 1,259.5 6,854.8 1,282.3 1,070.7 457.8 17,309.6
143.8 1,864.6 1,244.8 7,21'..| 1,277.0 756.7 501.11 17,599.4
139.| 1,947.1 1,277.71 7,934.6 1,427.5 868.3 525.. 18.609.4
1553 1,75.33 1,191.6 7,470.3 1.266.2 7.9.9 537.6| 18,174.1
167.2 U,837.4 .185.0 7,971.7 1,296.6 813.5 519.6 19.135.1


merchandise entering the United States as imports and which at the time ol exportation are in substantially the same condition as when imported.
Represents only export hipfments frae the United Slates and differ from the Department of Defense (DOD) MILItary Assistance Program Grant Aid shipments under
this program am follows: (a) transfers of the material procured outside the United States and transfers from DOD overseas stocks are eaxcuded Iron export ship-
ments; (b) export value Is f.a.s. U.S. Port of Exportation whereas D0D value, in most instances, is f.o.b. point of origin; (c) data for shipments reported by the
000 lor a given month are included in Bureau of the Census reports in the second month subsequent to the cainth reported by the DOD.
Adjusted tfor seasonal aend working-day variation, but not for changes in price level. Adjustment factors have not been applied to data for sections 0, 1. 3, 4, 9
and foreign merchandise due to the absence of identifiable seasonal patterns. The sta of seasonally adjusted sections 09 plus foreign is shown in table 1. column 1.


518... 17,772.2
549.3 19.401.31
495.7 17,8533
565.0 18.446.4
481.0 17.778.9
521.2 174.14..3
59.51 17,437.8
554.3 17,411.51
4.78.2 17 .23.21
491.2 17,732.2
'96.0 17,368.1
93.8 17,975.51
515.61 17,023.91


.85.9 18.136.7
478.91 17,888.71
425.9 17,208.0|
515.6 17.905.71
.49.3 17.520..)
.85.6 17,978.1
45.01 17,705.31

'9-.1 19,15S.9|
-57.6 18,122.9|
501.1 18,209.9
52t.. 18,.10.9
517.6 18,139-.7
519.6 19.142.,i







Table 4. U.S. General Imports of Merchandise by Statistical Month:
January 1984 to December 1985
(In inllonrs of dollars. Data are on a c.i.f U.S. port of entry value basis. See "Exptanation of Statistics" for information on coverage, definition
of the import valuation, description of the Schedule A comieodty sections and sources of further information. Unadjusted data should be used for
annual totals therefore, seasonally adjusted annual totals are not shoin. Totals represent sui of unrounded figures and may vary from sum of rounded
amounts)


Schedule A sections
Total
Section Section Set ion Seti 09
I I IIII, i I
0 C..f. vu 6 sesoney dju

C.i.f. value, seasonally adjusted1


1985 I I

Monthly Avrages..... ........ 1.691.0 343.71 932.1 4.653.6 60.8 1,279.3 4,128.61 11852.81 4.324.8. 937.1 50,203.7
January ....................... 1,793.0 318.7 941.8 4,597.4 72.7 1,205.5 4,234.0 11,531.0 3.872.2 1,120.4 29,686.7
February .................... 1,700.91 271.5 1,012.5 4,130.11 55.41 1,210.3 3,884.61 11,865.71 4,326.41 8141.5 29,298.9
March ....................... 2,032.91 287.9 1,035.2 3,63.6 59.3 1,380.7 4,464. 11,473.4 4,372.3 922.2 29,492.2
April ......................... 1,675.51 313.6 901.81 5,047.8 49.2 1,203.7 3,893.0 11,732.6 3,886.8 925.0 29,628.9
May........................... 1,733.41 371.7 858.31 .,916.21 66.9 1,489.8 4,047.4 11,229.2 4,599.1 967.9 30,079.9
June.......................... 1,703.6 384.5 878.51 5,278.'. 55.01 1.461.41 4,361.5 11,822.4. 3,998.6 909.41 30,85.2
July.......................... 18.4 308.9 956.3 4,29.4 1 70.31 1,127.6 3,856.3 10,594.4 4,231.5 996.1 27,920.2
August........................ 1,523.9 352.8 902.7 4,068.1 69.51 1,089.7 3,864.4 10,837.4 3,849.4 768.9 27,326.7
Sept elber..................... 1,679.? 398. 1,008.0 &1,753.1 54.9I 1,342.7 4,839.0 13,387.01 4,812.61 1,006.3 33,282.0
October ....................... 1,38.5 352.91 975.9 .,858.8 51.I 1,26.*. 3,813.2 10,904.11 4,298.81 913.2 28,821.1
moveoler...................... 1,646.41 378.71 833.0 5,00 .7| 68.2 1,314.8 &.,159.53 12,722.5 L.,589.91 939.9 31,657.4
December...................... 1,930.01 38..5I 880.9 5.430.51 57.2 1,260.6 L,126.0 1I.,133.5 5,259.91 934.4 34,397.4

I I III,.,
Monthly Averages.............. -,619.0 333.9 993.4 5,274.73 61. 1,199.1 4,078.3 10,248.8 3,782.31 828.2 28,419.4
Januart....................... 1,590.1J 314.8 952.9 5268.2 89. 105.8 3,998.31 9,850.6. 3.401.6 825.5 27,.97.0
February...................... 1,601.01 306.3 ',123.6 5,190.4 48.71 1,033.5 3,94:.8 9,371.1 4:,277.31 690.7 27,587.4
March......................... 1,738.11 284.0 970.0 5,516.0 61.41 1,290.5 4.,063.0 9,888.6 3,588.71 777.5 28,177.8
April......................... 1,89.5 353.6 1,011.2 5,8.8.2 ..8.0 1,386.91 3,987.0 10,227.61 3,7.0.21 948.5 29,400.7
May......................... 1,631.41 288. 950.2 4,876.2 68.0 1,187.81 3,950.3 9,919.91 3,592.11 798.0 27,262.3
June......................... 1,367.6 340.61 856.71 5,405.41 40.7 1,079.3 3.8.1. 9,402. D 3,293.4 833.5 26,460.5
July......................... 1,758.9 410.1 1,097.7 ,666.3 51.3 1,68.31 4,913.9 12,112.3 ,522.81 1,025.4/1 32,925.0
August........................ 1.519.2 330.5 926.0 5,090.1 73.4 1,124.8 4.215.9[ 10,453.6 3,728.4 750.71 28,212.7
Sepleeler................... 1.612.41 339.3 1,107.8 4,834.2 68. ,317.7 4,322.51 11,384.01 3,932.9 833.71 29,753.0
October............... ..... 1,7.4.8- 3,7.2 935.01 5,356.5 70.2 1,117.5 4,092.9 10,021.61 3,65,..0 72 ..0 28,063.8
o.ent~er..................... 1,466.91 383.31 960.31 5.397.21 60.0 1183.9 4,033.5 10,220.3 3.933.8 977.7 28,616.6
December...................... 1547.6 308.4 1,029.2 4,848.1 62.4 ,193.1 3.575.9 10.134.1 3,722.0 755.0 27,175.7

C.i.f. value aliadlusLed


1985 1 I I I
January To December ........... 20,292.3 4,124.3 11,166.9 55,843.01
Monthly Averages.............. 1,691.01 343.71 930.61 4,653.61
January....................... 1,793.0i 318.7 909.8 4,597.4
February...................... 1,700.91 271.5 925.4 4,130.1
March......................... 2,032.9! 287.9 1,0-6.6 3,"63.6
April......................... 1,675.5 313.6 910.8 5,047.8
May........................... 1,733.4 371.7 955.3 4,916.2
June.......................... 1,703.6 384.5 981.3 5.278.41.
July.......................... 1,484.4 308.9 940.1 ',294.4
August......................... 1,523.9 352.8 912.6 4,068.1
Septemmer..................... 1,679.7 398.7 995.9 4,753.11
October....................... 1,388.5 352.9 972.0 4,858.8
November...................... 1,6.4. 378.7 833.9 5.004.7oo
Decemer...................... 1.930.01 384.5 783.1 5,430.51
1984 I

January To December........... 19,427.71 4,006.5 11,882.0 63,296.71
Monthly Averages.............. 1,619.0 333.9 990.2 5,274.71
January....................... 1,590.1 314.8 919.5 5,268.21
Februamr.................... 1,601.0 306.3 1,029.3 5,190.41
March............. ....... .738.1 28-.0 979.7 5,516.0
April ... 1.849.5 353.6 1,021.31 5,848.21
May........................... 1,631.. 288.4 1,058.51 4,876.2
June........................ 1,367.61 3.0.6 956.1 5,405.1
July.......................... 1756.91 410.1 1,080.1 5,666.3
Augst........................ 1,519.2] 330.5 934.3 5,090.1
September..................... 1,612.4| 339.5 1,094.5 4,83-.2
October....................... 1.71.81 3..7.2 930.4 5,35t6.5
November ..................... 1,466.9 583.3 960.31 5.397.2
ece.ber..................... 1.5.7.6 308. 918.1 4,848.1


I I I I I I
729.9 15.320.81 49,499.2 141,720.6 51.684.11 11,245.2 161,626.3
60.8 1,276.7 4,124.91 11,810.1 4,307.0 937.1 30,315.5
72. 1,205.5 4,297.5 12,038.3 3,891.5 1120.41 30,2,4.9
55.4 ,1199.41 3,849.7 10,370.61 3,824.5 8.41.5 27,169.1
59.3 1,382.1 4.,388.8 12,.115.9 4,407.3 922.2 30,106.5
49.2 1,178.4 3,912.5 12,225.31 3,669.1I 925.0 29,907.2
66.9 1,52,5.5 4,051.51 12,015.21 4,108.8 967.9 30,712.4
55.01 1,455.5 4331.0 12.330.7 4.,166.5 909.l 31,595.9
70.1 1,1 44.6 3,840.9 10,658.0 4,574.2 996.1 28,311.8
69. 1,077.7 3,906.9 10,512.3 4,319.0 768.9 27.511.6
54.9 1,337.3 4,814.8 12,717.61 5,101.3 1,006.3 32,859.7
51.41 1,26..4 3,870.41 11,329.41 4,694.2 913.2 29,695.1
68.2 132.01 4,117.7 12,551.7| 4,530.2 939.9 31,371.4
57.2 1,230.3 4,117.8 12,875.6| L,397. 934.. 32,140.6


741.8 14.400.9 49,017.7 123,103.9 45,361.41 9,938.3 341,176.8
61.8 1,200.11 4,084.8 10,258.7 3,780.1 828.2 28,411.4
89.2 1.079.3 1990.31 10,.205.1 3.415.21 825.51 27.697.4
48.7 1 100.7 4,008.0 8,480.81 3.776.8 690.7 26.232.6
61. 1,276.3 4,107.6 10,640.11 3,606.6 777.5 28,987.5
48.0 1,381. 3,96.0 10,534.5 3,530. 948.5 29,482.7
68.0 1,187.8 4,009.6 10,594.5 3,362.2 798.0 27,874.5
40.71 1,083.61 3,805.0 9.919.11 3.428.41 833.5 27,177.9
51.3 1,335.4 .,904.1 12,051.8 ,,893.6 1,023.4 33,175.0
T4 1,151.8 4,220. 10,160.9? 4,179.6 750.7 28,410.7
68.61 31.4 4,292.2 10,632.7 4,164..9 8335.7 29,184.9
70.2 1,134.3 4.076.5 10,472.61 3,990.2 724.0 28,846.6
60.01 1,169.6 4,077.6 10,199.9 3,886.6 977.7' 28,579.1
62.4 ,8.3 3,561.6 9,211.9 3,126.5 755.0 25.527.8
i l l III


Per iod


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







Table 5. U.S. General Imports of Merchandise by Statistical Month:
January 1984 to December 1985
(In millions of dollars. Data are on a Customs value basis. See "Eaplanatlon of Statistics" for information on coverage, definition of the gmport
valuation, description of the Schedule A commodity sections and sources of further information. Unadjusted data should be used for annual totals
therefore, seasonally adjusted annual totals are not shown. Totals represent sum of unro Jrded figures and may var, from smi of rounded amlunts)


Schedule A sections
Total
Section Setion Section Section Section Section Section Section Seclion Section 0 9c
0 2 I I 5 6 __ ? 8 9
CusI Itos value, seasonally adjusted
Customs value, seasonally adjusted'


193 I I
Monthly Averages.............. 1,554.11 310.61 867.41 ,493.1
January....................... 1,647.5 284.91 871.7 ..,454.1
February....................... 1570... 246.7 947.7 5,988.5
March........................ 1,868.2 259.5 966.1 3,351.1
April......................... 1,520.3 283.2 842.5 L,875.8
May........................... 1.583.4 356.0 799.3 4,748.2
J ........................... 1,565.1 347.21 819.51 5,087.81
July........................ 1,364.1 276.7 888.91 L,146.4
August....................... 1,399.6 319.4 8&.0.6 3,936.8
September..................... 1.542.6 360.0 926.0 4,596.8
October....................... 1,277.9 320.1 913.3 L,699.21
hoveirer...................... 1521.6 345.1 769.9 4,824.2
Decertier...................... 1,788.5 349.7 822.71 5,228.21
1I I I I I
Monthly Averages.............. 1,497.71 30..51 926..1 5,081.61
January........................ 1,471.31 288.01 887.61 5.089.21
February...................... 1,.88.7 284.4 1,05-.61 5,006.21
March.......................... 1,606.0 259.4| 910.3 5,325.0
April ......................... 1,702.2 325.7 944.*I 5,628.61
May.......................... 1,496.8 263.9 887.9 4,695.9
June.......................... 1,263.6 312.31 80..41 5,206.21
July......................... 1,629.61 372.7 1,014.9 5,434.21
August........................ 1,411.1 299.8 860.3 4,666.0
September..................... 1,496.01 306.5 1,026.71 4,663..I
October ...................... 1,609.91 31..5 871.3 5,168.01
ave'iter...................... 1,356.81 348.. 89- 7 5,207 21
Deceber......................I 1,440.71 278.0 959.5 4,671.9
II III


| I I I I
56.0 1,213.5 3,87..4 11,.80.1 ,060.81 928.4 28,838.3
67.51 1,143.4 3,947.3 11,164.7 3,624.01 1,112.01 28.296.9
51.6 1,150.6 3,645.8 11,196.0 .,054.3 835.1| 27,98..7
5..8 1,317.. 4,193.0 11,109.2 ..095.9 913 9 28,129.2
45. 1,1.1.3 3,658.6 11,371.0 3,6.0 81 916.31 28,295.
61.7 1,413.4 3,796.7 10,871.2 4,116.9 957.9 2,68..8
50.81 1,378.7 L,093.8 11,.30.61 3,750.2 901.11 29,424.8
65.0 1,069.41 3,615.31 10,238.7 3.977.6 987.8 26,630.2
64.7 1,030.0 3,621.7 10,.94.2 3,615.2 761.1 26,083.3
50.4 1,269.4 &,529.2 12,961.8 .,550.6 997.51 31,764.2
.6.8 1,202.7 3,593.9 10,590.. 4,0.5.1 904..1 27,594.0
61.8 1,250.5 3,922.9 12,337.5 4,522.0 931.7. 50,285.1
51.7 1,194.7 3,875.01 13,695.7 .957.3 924.2 32.887.6
I I I I
8.01 1,140.51 ,839.21 9,923.21 3,542.5 819.0 27,132.6
82.91 1,052.61 3,70.91 9,58.1 3,197.31 816.71 26,204.5
;..4 983.61 3,736.8 9,102.0 4,034.91 682.8 26,419.5
57.7 1,228.5 3,834.7 9,585 3 3,373.6 769.71 26.9.8.2
45.0 1,314.7 3,756.91 9,905.0 3,512.11 938.8 28,073.7
63.8 1,122.0 3,728.6 9.605.8 3,358.. 788.9 26,011.9
38.41 1,027.61 3,619.61 9,10..4 3,079.5 820.21 25,276.2
48.3 1,301.5 4,610.3 11,689.4 4,222.5 1,010.5 31,334.0
69.1 1,067.1 3,945.3 10,099.5 3,465.7 7 2.5 26,866.3
64.8 1,259 8 4,061.0 11,050.1 5,676.11 824.9 28,.09.4
66.2 1,065.9 3,8.7.5 9,707.8 3,416.0 715.6 26,782.7
56.3 1,126.5 5,793.3 9,901.9 3,6.76.6 969.41 27.351.5
58.0 1,136.21 ,35..2 9,809.0 3,.76.9 7.7.71 25,933.1
I I I II6


Customs value, unadjusted


19 5 I I I
January to Decebner........... 18,649.31 3,726.7 10,591.21 53,917.1
Monthly Averages.............. 1.54.1 310.6 865.91 4..93.14
January....................... 1,6 ?7.5 284.91 842.01 4,434.1
February ...................... 570... 246.7 866.21 3,988.51
March......................... 1868.2 259.5 976.71 3,3 1.1
April........................ 1.520.3 283.2 850.91 '.875.81
May.................... .... 1,585.& 336.0 884.71 .716. 1
June.......................... 1,565.1 547.21 915..1 5,08..8
July.......................... 1,36t. 276.7 873.8 4.146.4
August........................ 1,399.6 319.1. 849.9 3,936.8
September..................... 1,542.61 60.0 914.9 4.596.8
October....................... 1,277.9 320.3 909.6 4,699.2
Movexer...................... 1,521.6 545.1 770.7 4,824.2
Decelmer...................... 1,788.5 349.7 731.4 5,228.2
.198 I I I
January to Deceiber............ 17,972.8 3,653.4 11,081.71 60,99.8
Monthly Averages.............. 1,497.7 30&.1 923.51 5,081.61
January....................... ,:71.5 288.0 856.6 5,089.2
February...................... 1,.88.7 28 ...1 966.11 5,006.21
March................. ..... 1,606.0 259.L. 919.. 5.323.01
April......................... 1,702.2 325.7 954.21 5.62.61
May ......................... ,496.8 263.9 989.1 &,695.91
June.......................... 1,263.61 312.531 897.7 5,206.21
July ......................... 1,629.6 372.7 998.7 5,434.2
August........................ 1,411.1 299.8 868.1 4,886.0
Septeo .er..................... 1,496.01 306.5 1,014.41 4.663.41
October...................... 1,609.9 314.3 867.01 5,168.0
Noember...................... 1,356.81 3.8.1 89'..7 5,207.21
Deceitber...................... 1,.40.71 278.0 855.9 4,671.9


I I I I I I
672.2 14.532.81 6,.51.2 137,263.51 48,530.51 11,141.1 545,275.5
56.0 1,211.1 3,870.9 11,438.61 4,044.2 928.1 28,773.0
67.5 1,143.41 ,006.5 11,6'5.91 ,62.1 1,112.0 28,855.8
51.6 1,140.5 3,612.9 10,047.5 3,584.0 833.1 2S,9..1.2
54.8 1,318.7 4,121.7 11,731.4 4.128.7 913.9 28,724.7
45.5 117.41 3,676.9| 11,848.6 3.36.9 916.3 25,571.7
61.7 ,..7.| 3,800.5| 11,632.2 3,845.2 957.9 29,302.1
50.81 1.373.21 .,065.1l 11.922.1 3.907.71 901.1j 30,135.5
65.0 1,085.| 3,600.8 10,300.2 4,299.8 987.8 27,000.3
64.7 1,018.7 3,661.51 10,179.3 1,056.3 761.1 26,247.3
50.4 1,264.3 4,506.5 12,313.7 1 ,802.5 997.5 31,349.1
46.8 1,2027 3,67.8 11,003.4 ,417.2 90,. 28,429.4
61.8 1,255.5 3,883.6 12,152.4 ,265.8 931.7 30,010.4
51.7 1,166.0 3,867.3 12,476.7 4,144.3 924.2 30,728.0
I I I I I I
696.01 13,697.4 46,144.7 119,191.7 .2,480.71 9,827.61 325,725.7
58.0 1,141.4 3,845.41 9,932.61 3,5.0.11 819.01 27,143.8
82.91 1.027.31 3,77.31 9,881.4 5,210.11 816.71 26,496.8
45.. 1,0.7.5 3.'6.61 8,237.3 3,562.8 682.8 25,117.8
57 7 1,215.0 3 8't r 10,313.8 3.390.4 769.7 27.731.3
1.5.0 1,309.. 3,,18.1 10,202.2 3,315.4 938.8 28,159.6
63.8 1,122.01 s,78?.5 10,259.0 3,1-3.6 788.9 26,607.5
38... 1.031.8 3.583.41 9.605.1 3,205.8 820.2 96.
48.3 1,270.31 4.601.1| 11.631.0 4,568.8 1,010.51 31,565.1
69.1 1,092 'I 1 .9 ?1 9,816.7 3,907.4 7.2.5 27,0.2.6
64.8 1,251.8D D'i ,i 10.302.1 3,892.91 824.91 27,852.6
66.2 1,081.91 3,815S.1 10,1LL.6| 3.730.3 715.6 27,530.0
56.3 1,113.0 3,835.0 9,882.11 3,632.71 969..1 27,295.6
58.0 1,131.7 3.341.8 8,916.,. 2,920.6 747.7 2,362.6


Period


I Adjusted for seasonal and working-day variation, but not for changes in price level. Adjustment factors have not been applied to data for
sections 0, 1, S, 4, and 9 due to the absence of identifiaDle seasonal patterns. The sue of seasonally adjusted sections 0 9 as shown in table 1,
coltum 5.








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

(See "Emplanation of Statistics" for information on coverage, definition of the import valuation, and sources of further information. A Ifst of the Tariff
are required to be reported in either pounds, short tons or long tans are included in this table on a 300 pounds per barrel basis. Totals represent sui of
shoun. BPD Represents average ram-

Petroleum and selected petroleum products
Energy products
Crude petroleum and derivatives
Avrages Ito be refined
Averages: _______________________
L.ini Pero id BPD Crude petroleum Gasol ine
Ho. total I (thousands) I I incl.
unit price Total motor Jet fuel Kerosene
(dollars) Averages: fuels
Total BPa n.e.s.
Total Cthousands)
unit price
I (dollars)

het quantity in thousands of barrels


1985
1 January To Decemntber........ 1,900,31. 5,206 1,873,606 1.312.8531 1.260.722 3,454 128,699 12,985 737
21 .ianuary.................... 150.54131 4,856 1.48,504 102,9711 99,8431 3,221 4.,552 1,946 294
3 Fenruar ................... 1553,87 L,781 131,836 86,838 85,810 2.993 6,580 1,6.2 10
Marc ...................... 112,801 3,639 110,779 66,5178 61,1.3 1,972 10,997 881 78
5 April...................... 167315 5,577 165,657 124,815 118,569 3,952 11,595 646 237
6 May........................ 165,243 5,266 160,557 114,606 106,995 3,451 15,598 529 iZI
7 June....................... 177,976 5,933 175,415 124.,037 118.1031 3.937 15,463 1,0221 16
SJulr. ..... ............... 1.8,472 4.,769 145,522 102,951 99.00 | 3,194 11,152 1,515
9 6ugut ..................... 1.2,671 4,602 140,624 101.977 99,865 3.221 9,029 1,155 ZI
10 Sep1teter.................. 169,950 5,665 167,571 114,865 112.742| 3,758 12,625 138 8
11 October .................... 11,797 5,542 169,465 117,620 11,619| 3,665 12,097 1,502 6
12 ho ter ..................74,660 5,822 172,993 120,711 118,198 3,90 10,57 1184 3
13 Oeceoter................... 187,01. 6,035 185,505 13i4,882 128,835 4,156 10,685 225


15Januarr To D.cember......... 2.024,711 5,547 2,00.o,274 1.384,098 1,319,727 3,616 102,546 15,180 1,911
16 Jnur....... ........... I 165.258 5.31I 165,7581 105,718 103,101 .S27? 7,7651 795 37
17 February................... I 160.5.:1 5,726 159,1.6 103,258 98,608 1,522 7,506 1,595 285
18 March...................... 172.501 5,565 171.298 108,030 10.,169 3,36I 8,809 2,509 1321
19 april...................... 186.915 6,2311 185,405 1 2.982 123,483 116 12,165 1,925 7
20 M ....................... 152,859 4,931 151,139 104,536 99,6.5 3,21.. 11,416 877
21|June....................... 172,471 5,749 170,997 124,691 120.266 4,009 7,283 630 l1
22 July....................... 181,860 5.866 179,1.14 128,263 122,813 3,962 7,5761 8951 I
25 August................... 166.003 5,555 161,964 115,503 108,520 3.501 7,805 2,002 4
24 Setolemer................. 159,269 5,309 156,8071 110,665 105.745 3,525 7,812 1,556
25 October.................... 176,545 5,695 174,563 1 350 117,177 3,780 6,924 321 483
261 o eter................... 176.874 5.896 175,205 128.868 122,878 4.096 7,615 1.452 598
27 Deceiner................... 153,813 4,962 151,581 98,.335 93,292 5,0091 9,872 624 71

C.i.f. value in thousands of dollars
1985 1 -
1 January To December........ 52,358,034 27.55 51.551,322 35,572,8711 4,123,487 27.07 4,180,907 428,01. 25,522
2 January............... ..... ,252,982 28.25 4,197,086 2.92,2971 2,834.082 28.39 13,6051 65,337 9, 471
3|February............... 3,750,619 28.02 3,669,9.31 2.415,868 2,336,164 27.87 182,902 55,529 358
4|Marrh...................... 3,121,160 27.67 3,051,90. 1,782,198 1,655,984 26.76 334,457 29,854 2,592
5 ApeIl...................... .,671.3.0 27.92 4,623,985 3,419,4.0 3,251.808 27.45 364,348| 21.622 8,239
6 May........................ ..621.949 28.31 4,556,8466 3,16/,853 2,955.583 27.62 45.,225 16,716 23
7 June....................... 4,995,956 28.07 4,914,649 53.406,752 5,240,265 27.44 518,948 32,880 674
8 July....................... ,052,260 27.16 3,950,082 2,759,406 2,650,005 26.77 386,441 66,906 3
9 August..................... 3,846,031 26.96 3,779,839 2,707,9571 2,649,644 26.51 30,836 35,863 20
10 Septeober.................. 4,524,076 26.62 4,456,516 3,009,567 2,950,419 26.17 405,687 25,007 365
11 October.................... 4,617,855 26.88 4.,550,196 5,115,176 5,002,121 26.42 392,217 50,778 217
12 ovember................. 4,763,467 27.27 4,713,066 3,219,632 3,149,2211 26.64 3148,994 41,498 1,572
13 Decenmber................... 5,160,340 27.59 5,107,2101 3,650,74.5 3,468,.1921 26.92 355,246 8,024 1,812
1984

15 January To December........ 59,209,011 29.241 58,1.92,1311 39,819,107 37,945.0201 28.751 3.355,9931 533,936 69,1721
16 Jfnuary.................... 4,801,17.I 29.051 4,745.8821 5,041,192 2,957,787 28.68 29,976 27,.604 12,003
17 February................. 4,7... s75 29.59 4,7 00,08. 2,970,551 2,830,893 28.71 2.5,370 60,341 10,380
18 March...................... 5,106.385 29.60 5,069,25 3,111,347 2,999.156 28.79 288,447 91,079 5,057
19 April...................... 5,541,150 29.65 5,471,300 ,850,099 3,560,706 28.90 407,835 67,838 468
20 May ........................ 4,534.451 29.66 ,472,193 ,055,756 2,888,804 28.99 387,159 30,152 134
21 June....................... 5,089,0385 29.51 5,059,53 ,60,934 ,473.861 28.88 246,624 22,204 12
22 July....................... 5,395,231 29.67 5,5321,826 3,758,517 3,596,56 29.28 251,713 31,842 17
23 August..................... 4.852,911 29.11 ,761.688 3,17,202 3,21,&89 28.76 246,025 69,825 235
24 Septelber.................. 4.571,076 28.70 ,494,019 3.145,524 3,003,981 28.1 244,499 50850 15
25 October.................. 5.091,6171 28.84 5,027,526 3,515,952 3,36,270 28.56 223,390 10,664 17278
26 ievenber ........... .... 5,101, 01 28.84 5,09,059 3,685,295 3,511,624 28.59 241503 49,979 20,080
27 Deceneer................. .,400,4021 28.61 4,541,738 2,786,738 2,644.114 28.34 303,453 21,467 3,493
I 2 2 .33








Area and the U.S. Virgin Islands From Foreign Countries, by Statistical Month:
January 1984 to December 1985
Schedules of the United States Annotated (TSUSA) Co.rodlity classifications represented in this table can be obtained upon request. het quantlit data that
unroumded figures and may vary from su> of rounded amounts. Dash ( ) represents zero. I Hot applicable. Z-less than ane-halt the unit of measurement
ber of barrels per day imported)

Petroteul and selected petroleum products Cont inued
Energy products--Continued Nonenergy products



Propane Petroleun I Paraff in; L ine
Distillate Residual and derlvat ives. Lubricating Lubricaling other other o.
fuel fuel butane haphthas liquid, Total oils greases mineral Asphalt petroleum
oil ol gas n.e.s. waoes products





Met quantity in thousands of barrels Continued


215,2191

20,412
19,242
16,452
15,663
13,901
15,93 7

13, 838
15,933
23,107
20,663
21,890
18,2021



258.1491

30.64.7
2 7.553
31.109
22.166
16,638
16,593
24,9491
18,219
18, .98
17,063
15,530


49,3601

6,476
5,298
&,206
2,705
2,817
3,691

2,9911
2,2121
2,847
&.,908
.,8601
6,3481



51,3821

6,166
3,9781
4.15
5,552|
3,1053
3,056

2,4821
3,194
3,8 74
5,680D
5,9i.6


17,0221 26,708
612 2,259
202 2,057
913 2,021
1,188 1,678
1,890 2,885
1,345 2,561

1.,656 3.150
1,576 2,047
1.803 2,379
1,356 2,331
1,785 1,667
6971 1,711


3,4.911

91771
2910
2151
179
237


| 300
252
| 215
291
2,4|


74.5201 11.57.1 21.4571 4,2001

5,269 69 1,r99 511
5.076 165 1,196 450
7,004 1,767 1,206 1661
7,358 1,152 1,510 3031
7,Q81 1,091 1,720 11
6:585 3,0981 1,474 26
6,901 1.1761 2,4661 5151
6,408 1,107 2,038 .1'
4,723 871 2,462 413
7,643 5181 1.982 2821
4-208 9i 1,671 366


19,5532
1,7941
1,188
1,165
1.297
2,196
1,780

2,475
1,564.
1,879
1.866
1,069
1.2601



11.,3671
7.. 3
6,.2
815
934
1.007
1,058

1,9151
1.386
,7881
1.334|
1.076|


2,781 1

183 2
476 3
262 4
145 5
346 6
233 7

270 8
150 9
155 10
172 11
245 12
1671 13



2,005 15
179 16
55 17
156 18
229 19
2.-0 20
105 21

125 22
147I 2i
1931 24
2751 25
1521 26


,..i1i 1 i, i 6.220 1o..U 469 133[ .ee1 31 1. 6901 72 27e

C.i.f. value in thousands of dollars Continued


2,469,581 5,6S30,398 958,179 1,729,0..4 556,806 806,7121 191.772 2,6261 68,961 L21,582 118,771 1

229,331 582,681 129,763 103,528 19,898 55.896 9,811 142 6,203 30,883 8,854 2
225,633 546.674 98,525 138.193 8,260 80,6761 17.346 206 5,781 0.5 16,787
165,881 LT3,196 8.1,.59 150,899 28,368 69,256 30.180 177 5,588 22.039 11.160 4
171,771 442.292 53,7'.9 10.,127 38,398 7,355 11.6I.50 1781 ,255 25.,78 5,512 5
272,619 381,180 5..7214 129,614 63.113 85,102 12,828 181 8,76. 64.855 18,..75 6
224.935 411,692 70.387 198,169 50,212 81,307 18,934 311 9,056 43758 9,248 7

190,822 320,574 53,9111 139,L68 52,550 82,176 19,380 216 6,5053 6,689 11.790 8
139,541 363,570 40,.66 116,734 51,855 66,192 16,623 214 4,216 39,705 5,433 9
164,530 550,663 54,580 189.951 56,161 67,560 1-,391 24.3 6,634 42,187 &,105 10
179,545 516,921 87,178 171 ,720 38,6.3 67,660 12,647 220 5,587 41,301 7,905 11
227,355 550,667 96,237 102,015 125.295 50,.01 14,619 329 5,113 17,663 12,677 12
277,616 470,289 134,201 185,025 26,251 53,130 153,365 207 3,681 29.052 6,824 13



3,402,68 7,504,533 1.107,209 2,318.0621 381,651 716,880 2446.1781 3.9891 7304, 58 93,2721 15

227,622 883.302 137,521 161,120 3,541 57,29. 29,355 178 5,458 12,911 9,414 16
343,262 817,112 89295 155,953 7.730 44.290 25,281 874 5.011 11,585 1,539 17
276,361 923,959 92 483 222,812 57,709 37,149 9,007 356 7,251 15,309 5,226 18
130,103 657,617 78,448 241,540 57,351 69,851 23,352 185 4.189 31,221 10,931 19
194.139 417,138 69,595 244,921 35.199 62,257 24,896 558 4,825 20,194 11,984 20
297,246 487,412 66,364 21L,173 100,614 49,456 15,29- 18 7,601 20,976 5,401 21

233,613 731,517 53.3461 222,500 38,761 73,406 19,819 3261 8.589 40,101 ,571 22
308,742 525,779 653549 196,500 34.034 71,223 27,61 185 .236 30,254 6,088 25
276,998 525,087 78.521 143,755 28,772 77,057 23,089 164 5,733 38.206 9,865 24
408,560 485,885 118,446 229,769 17,581 64,091 11.001 252 6,935 30,570 15,55333 25
354,303 439,351 129,440 127,274 3,833 52,142 17,603 237 5.534 22,981 5,788 26
351,518 550,395 130,401 177,746 16.5261 58,6641 18,071 2001 3,112 30.149 7,132 27


103,895

6,982
9.730
7,807
4,102
5,995
9,061
7.171
9,925
8.809
12,580
10,894









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

(Value data only on a Customs value basis. The corresponding net quantity is published on the preceding pages. See "EXplanation of Statistics" for information
CoimodiTy classifications represented in this table can be obtained upon request. Totals represent sui of unrounded figures and may vary froi sam of rounded


Petraoleu and selected petroleum products


1 January o10 Decrealer........

2 ianuarry....................
3 ebruar ...................
-M arc......................
5|Apr I ......................
6)may .......................
7IJ ne.......................|

8 Jul ....................... I
9 lugust ..... ...............
13 Septemner..................
11 October. ...................
12 Novembter...................
13SDecerter ...................

1984


151January To Decemner........

16bI aruary ..... ..............
17 Februar ...................
la March .......................
19QIApril......................
20| a ........................
S21|Jun .......................

221July.... ........... .... I
231.ug us .................... I
24 Septe ter..................
25 October....................
26 Noveen r.......... ..
27|Deceiber............. .....
I I


Energy products

Crude petroleum and derivatives
Average to be refined
price I I Gasoline
TotaL per Average incl.
barrel Total price motor jet fuel Kerosene
Total Crude per fuels
petroleum barrel n.e.s.


Customs value in thousands of dollars


26.56 ..9,751,113 34,425.228 33,034.437 26.20 4.0164.533 412,935 24.713

27.19 L.,04,2408 2,818,4631 2,733,681 27.3 127,247 62,320 9.559
26.98 3,535.955 2,331,7431 2,255,134 26.91 174,971 51,682 356
26.711 2,951,135 1,733,016 1,592,490 26.05 319,459 28,886 2,462
26.911 4,460,2-. 3,305,200 3,144,303 26.52 3.9,685 21,077 8,005
27.341 4,389.,6.21 3,069,252 2.866,34 26.79 437,730 16,246 23
27.02 4.736,078 3,291,231 3,132,212 26.52 498,762 31,844 646

26.19 3,812,016 2,670,859 2,565,530 25.91 370,226 45,348 3
26.051 3,658.358 2,627,819 2,572,196 25.76 292,862 34,698 20
25.72 ..,309,918 2,922,312 2,865,351 25.42 390,475 23,909 345
25.971 ,398,9981 3,022,1691 2,914,776 25.65 376,525 48.876 217
26.251 .,538,5.7 3.105,207F 3,037,060 25.69 336,168 40,227 1,321
26.51 4,916,0151 3,527.9571 3,355,59 26.04 340,421 7.821 1,757



28.11 56,280,172 38,1 32,7410 36,528,823 27.68 3,199,584 512,754 65,776

27.991 t.57,4641 2,931,558 2,851,147 27.65 240,185 26,702 11,552
28.46 4.523.1101 2.859,050 2,725,835 27.355,097 57,395 10,101
28.50 .883.09 0,893 2,896,161 27.80 277,234 87,196 4,8.8
28.48 5,264.0101 ,707,023 3,437,337 27.8.. 393,699 65,792 423
28.50 300.613 2,914,75 2,775.2721 27.85 571,071 29,229 114
28.361 4,8-4,811 3,465,217 3,338,5341 27.761 238,008 21,652 12

28.411 5.101.0731 .601,5101 3,44.4071 28.051 240.0401 30,9071 15
27.901 4,566,96.1 3,188,684 3,001,7661 27.66 23..,9371 65,537 204
27.6.1 4,335,209 3,031,2621 2,896,767 27.39 233,642 49,622 15
27.79 4,847,171 3,391,927 5,229,794 27.56 214,592 10,384 16,206
27.78 4,866,019 3,547,234 3,385,393 27.55 231,617 48,054 19,050
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Area and the U.S. Virgin Islands From Foreign Countries, by Statistical Month:
January 1984 to December 1985
on coverage, definition of the IIIImport valuation, and sources of further information. A list of the Tariff Schedules of the united States Annotated (TSUSA)
amounts. Dash (*) represents zero. X-Not applicable. Z Less than one half the unit of neasurerent shoun)


Petroleum and selected petrolteur products Continued
Energy products Continued honenergy products
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Propane Petroleun Paraffin; ALl Line
Distillate Redual and derivatives, Luoricatingi L.ricating1 other other No.
fuel fuel butane Iaphthas liquid. Total oils greases mineral Asphalt petroleuta
oil oil gas n.e.s. waxes | products


Customs value in thousands of dollars Contrinued


2,395,259j 5,365,3921 931.4171 1.652,987
222,333 559,7761 12A,50 100,533
218,382 522,766 94,653 133,651
160,486 454,6401 81,929 143,943
166.254 422,696 52,396 98,6-6
264.8631 364,760 53,454 123,590
217,7301 391,695 67,843 188,:.21
185.n51 306.0391 52.5931 131, .8.l.
136,653 365,3131 40.3231 111,173
160,125 522,464. 54,370 182, 5.4
174,214 2 940,1071 8.,768 165,1911
221,09. 522,9581 94,701 98,211
267.3731 *42,178 129.5981 175.6921


3,302,539 7,204 .749 1.076.551 2,229.5311
222,590 8.6,. 761 13'.,65'. 156,2631
333.449 781,8651 87,B835 150,801
266,763 88.,0O.61 90,504 212,705
127,*.32 628,5991 76,074 229,5461
189,79 461,795 67,730 232.6161
287,956 469,323 63,650 202,991
225,450 702.7611 51,4281 212,0181
299,0-0 501,875 60,574 183,101
270,1311 506,787 76.5320 138,*86
396.450 465,8.01 115,909 218,930
344,560 424,539 1,24.933 122,658
339,157 550,844 126.9411 169..151


528.6-9I 724,097 178,812
19,2261 .9,7171 9 321
7,751 75,..87| 16,264
26,315 61,992 28,1781
36,285 41,998 10,675T
59,725 73.772 12,176
'.7,867 72,1991 17,-.8
49,7121 76.011 18.2671
49,4.97 58.727| 15,519
55,463 60.796 13,.06
36,932 62,211 11,5.6
118,660 .5,716 1,7253
25,218 .5, -69 12.2881


363,9i.7 6.S.917 221,002
5,505 51,6- 4 27,521
7,519 40,-96 23,530
5,900 355,009 8,401
35,4.21 59,6... 17,919
33,521I 56.27-I 23,057
96,022 '.5, 712 15.941
36,9.51 65,71.1 17.5-81
35,0111 6-.6081 2..4661
26,94.2 69, '48. 21.35.7
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APPENDICES TO THE DECEMBER 1985 STATISTICAL MONTH ISSUE OF REPORT FTqnnADV


APPENDIX 1.





APPENDIX 2.


U.S. General Imports, Unadjusted Data, by Month: January to
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