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United States foreign trade
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EXPORT AND IMPORT MERCHANDISE TRADE


The Bureau of the Census, Department of tomme re..,
announced today a seasonally adjusted September 1968
export total of $3,245.9 million, excluding Department of
Defense (DOD) Military Assistance Program Grant-Aid
shipments, and a seasonally adjusted general import total
for September of $2,963.7 million.' Z Comparable figure?
for August were $2,915.8 million forexports and $2,'2"-. 3
million for imports. Both the export and import
seasonally adjusted totals for September were at all
time record high levels. For exports, September is the
second month in a row that record levels for U.S. exports
were recorded and is the first time in history that
exports have equaled or exceeded $3.0billion. September
was the second month in a row and the sixth time during
196.3 that record seasonally adjusted totals we re recorded
for general imports. The Bureau pointed out, however,
that the Septembcr figures may reflect accelerated export
and import activity during that month in anticipation of
the strike at east and gulf coast ports which was
scheduled to begin on October 1. The Bureau does not
have information as to the extent of the effect of the
expected strike on the September figures.

For the first 3 quarters of 1968, exports on a sea-
sonally adjusted basis were at an annual rate of $33,793
million while imports were at an annual rate of $32,680
million. This would represent an increase in exports
of about 9 percent over the calendar year 1967 total of
$30,934 million and an increase in imports of about 22


percent over the calendar year 1967 total of $26,812
million. For the 4-month period, June-September 1968,
seasonally adjusted exports averaged $2,931.0 million
per month, a level about 8 percent higher than the
$2,709.0 million average reported for the preceding 4-
month period, February-May 1968. Imports averaged
.i2, 2;.7 million for the current 4-month period, a level
about 6 percent more than the $2,651.7 million average
reported for the preceding 4-month period.

Seasonally adjusted export and import totals for
selected Schedule A and B commodity sections and
divisions are shown in tables 4 and 5. (Unlike the overall
total, the commodity components for exports exclude
foreign merchandise and include Department of Defense
(DOD) Military Assistance Program Grant-Aid shipments.

September exports unadjusted and excluding Military
Assistance Program Grant-Aid shipments increasedfrom
$2,786.8 million in August to $2,941.5 million in Sep-
tember. The record September total of $2,984.7 million
for exports including Military Assistance Program Grant-
Aid shipments was only slightly more than the previous
high of $2,983.4 million reported in June of this year.
The comparable total for August was $2,840.5 million.
Unadjusted general imports rose from $2,739.1 million
in August to a new all time high of $2,869.3 million in
September. The previous high for unadjusted general
imports was 2.,814.6 million reported inMay 1968.


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EXPLANATION OF STATISTICS


The dollar value shown in the import statistics is
defined generally as the market value in the foreign
country excludingU.S. import duties. freight charges from
the foreign country to the United States, and insurance.
General imports are commodities imported for immediate
consumption plus entries into bonded warehouses.
Imports for consumption are commodities imported for
immediate consumption plus withdrawals for consumption
from bonded warehouses. The dollar value shown in the
export statistics is defined generally as the f.a.s. value,


U.S. port of exportation. None of the values have been
adjusted for changes inprice level. Additional information
regarding coverage, valuation, etc., is available in Report
FT 990, Highlights of U.S. Export and Import Trade; in
the brochure, Guide to Foreign Trade Statistics: 1968; or
upon request to the Bureau of the Census. Washington,
D.C. 20233. Information regarding the methodology used
in seasonally adjusting the data is available on request
to the Bureau of the Census, Washington. D.C. 20233.










US. Exports, General Imports, and Merchandise Trade Balance, Adjusted For Seasonal and Working-Day Variation:
January 1962 to September 1968
(In millions of dollars)


Ratio scale
S3,000


-2,500



-2,000




-1,500


Ratio scale
S2,800

-2,400


-2,000



- 1,600




-1,200




Arithmetic
scale
, +750


1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968
1Abnormal fluctuations in the data for December 1962-March 1963, December 1964-May 1965, and March 1968 are due to effects of
dock strikes. 2Represents exports of domestic and foreign merchandise excluding Department of Defense (DOD) Military Assist-
ance Program Grant-Aid shipments. 3Defined as exports (see footnote 2, above) minus general imports.


Table 1. U.S. Exports, General Imports, and Merchandise Trade Balance, Adjusted for Seasonal and Working-Day
Variation, by Month: January 1967 to September 1968
(In millions of dollars)
Period and January- Feb- Septem- Novem- Decem-
series p r January March April May June July August See- October e e
series rSeptemberuary ber ber ber

1967

Exports1........... 23,318.7 2,616.7 2,604.7 2,548.5 2,653.1 2,546.6 2,577.1 2,584.6 2,549.1 2,638.3 2,393.9 2,691.4 2,603.4
Imports........... 19,816.7 2,255.5 2,229.2 2,199.5 2,226.0 2,137.1 2,227.1 2,208.5 2,125.3 2,208.5 2,198.1 2,381.8 2,525.0
ir .r. trade
rr ........... +3,502.0 +361.2 +375.5 +349.0 -427.1 +409.5 +350.0 +376.1 +423.8 +429.8 +195.8 +309.6 .78.4

1968

Exports......... 25,344.7 2,784.7 2,773.1 2,454.7 2,888.5 2,719.7 2,759.3 2,103.U 2,915.8 3.245.9
Imports.......... 24,510.4 '2,609.0 2,601.9 2,612.4 2,640.5 2,751.9 42,839.3 2.1,(4.4 2,82' .3 2,963.7
'i. r r,.1ii : trade
i3ir .. ....... 434.3 9.175.7 .171.2 -157.7 +248.0 -32.2 "-80.0 +138.6 88.' +282.2

IFigures r-- r rt -.xports of domestic and foreign merchandise excluding Department f InX.s Military Anil tLanc Prgrcsrun Grant-Aid
shipments. "r'.!r.. as exports (see footnote 1, above) minus general imports. IR.vi:'d subs..q .on t I the rel :i- of thr A april
issue of this report. 4Revised subsequent to the release of the June i.su, of this r pot.










Table 2. U.S. Exports of Merchandise Showing Department of Defense (DOD) Military Assistance Program
Grant-Aid Shipments, by Month: January 1967 to September 1968

(In millions of dollars. Figures for 1967 reflect revisions made in the data subsequent to the publication of the December 1967 report,
ures for 1968 are as originally compiled. Unadjusted totals represent sum of unrounded figures hence may vary slightly from sum of r ..r. -
amounts)

Exports excludL,, i.-' !,:
Grant-Ai *, L ,i

Period Dmestic Domestic Domestic
and and Domestic, and Domestic, Western Other
eas nlly foreign, unadjusted foreign, unadjusted l Europe countries
adjusted' unadjusted unadjusted

1967

January-December............... ......... 31,007.4 30,934.4 31,142.1 591.9 207.9 "
January-September........................ 23,318.7 22,920.3 .' i. 23,078.8 451.4 160.1 .-.
January................................. 2,616.7 2,470.6 2,437.7 2,526.1 2,493.2 55.5 24.5 30.9
February................................. 2,604.7 2,415.5 2,387.0 2,466.9 2,438.5 51.4 26.9 24.5
March................................... 2,793.7 2,828.7 2,794.7 35.1 14.2 20.9
April .................................... 1 2,704.7 .. 39.3 13.2 26.2
May..................................... 2,546.6 2,650.0 2,725.2 42.3 16.0 26.3
June..................................... 2,577.1 2,618.5 2,586.7 2,667.8 2,636.0 49.3 15.7 33.6
July ..................................... 2,584.6 2,376.9 2,347.8 2,419.3 2,390.2 42.4 13.3 29.1
August................................. 2,549.1 2,396.5 2,358.6 2,487.5 2,449.5 91.0 24.6 66.4
September............................... 2,638.3 2,500.3 2,469.9 2,545.5 2,515.0 45.1 11.7 33.4
October................................. 2,393.9 2,441.7 2,412.5 2,486.9 45.2 14.5 30.7
November ................................ 2,691.4 2,7b0.0 2,728.7 2,796.1 36.2 14.4 21.8
December................................ 2,03.4 2,812.3 2,781.5 2,871.5 2,840.7 59.1 19.0 40.2

1968

January-September........................ 25,344.7 24,918.7 24,606.5 25,334.2 25,022.0 415.5 150.2 265.3
January.................................. 2,784.7 2,674.0 2,645.1 2,726.8 2,697.9 52.8 23.3 29.5
February................................ 2,773.1 2,66;.7 2,635.8 2,726.0 2,695.1 59.3 20.2 39.1
March ................................. 2,454.7 2,69.1 2,600.9 34.7 13.3 21.4
April.................................... 2, 88 .5 2,944.2 2,909.2 39.2 11.1 28.1
May...................................... 2,719. 2,944.4 2,907.2 2,968.1 23.8 5.1 18.6
June.................................... 2,759.3 2,681.5 2,64".5 2,731.2 2,697.2 49.7 11.9 37.8
July .................................. ,.* .*. 2,640.5 2,605.4 2,699.5 .'. .- 59.1 23.5 35.6
August................................... 1. 2,786.8 ? "i' 2,840.5 .., 53.7 19.1 34.6
September....................................... 2,941.5 ., 2,984.7 2,950.9 43.2 22.6 20.6
October.................................
November .............................
December............................. ...

"Data shown reflect adjustments for seasonal and workinm-day variation and do not necessarily add to annual unadjusted totals. The 1967
'--ji11,. ted figures reflect revisions made in the seasonal adjustment factors effective December 1967.
[.ca i.!ilrr from those released in ~-, ..-i. I of I1fense reports because of a difference in statistical definitions. For a further
explanation, see footnote 1, table E-l, .. r- I 130, Highlights of U.S. Export and Import Trade.


Table 3. U.S. Imports of Merchandise, by Month: January 1967 to September 1968
(In millions of dollars. Figures for 1967 reflect revisions mad, in the data subsequent to the publication of the December 1967 reports. Fi.g-
ures for 1968 are as originally compiled except as noted in footnotes 2 and 3 below. Unadjusted totals represent sum of unrounded figures hence
may vary slightly from sum of rounded amounts)

196 1968

Period General imports Imports General imports Imports
for for
Seal:onally !ir q consumption, Seasonally Uinad lnted consumption,
ad *i i

January-Decemher......................... 26,921., 26,812.3 26,733.2
January-September...................... 19,81b.7 19,600.6 19,537.0 .- -l1.- 24,374.0 24,258.8
January .... ....... .. .. ................. 2,255.
February....................... ........ 2,22 .2 i
March............. ..................... .. 2,199.5 .
April....................... ...... ... .... 2,22,.0. .' -' .
May...................................... 2,137.1 -
June.................................. .. 2,227.1 2,3 -. .
July.................................... 2,208.5 .-.- .
August......... .. ....................... 2,125.3 :
September............................... 2208.5 :. i 2* .
October .......... ....... ......... 2..1B.1
November............................... .. 2,381.8
December................................. 2,525.0 .


IData shown reflect adjustments for seasonal and working-da
-r-.-;=' adjusted figures reflect revisions made in the 3cas I ,
i subsequent to the release of the April issue of th
, Revised subsequent to the release of the June issue of thi : -


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Table 4. U.S. Exports of Domestic Merchandise--Schedule B Sections and Selected Divisions, Including Department of Defense (DOD)

Military Assistance Program Grant-Aid Shipments, Seasonally Adjusted and Unadjusted, by Month: January 1967 to
September 1968

(In millions of dollars. Figures for 1967 reflect revisions made in the data subsequent to the publication of the December 1967 reports. Fig-
ures for 1968 are as originally compiled. Unadjusted totals represent sum of unrounded figures hence may vary slightly from sum of rounded
amounts)

Schedule B sections and selected divisions'
Period
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 71 72 73 8 9

Seasonally adjusted'


1967
January-December .........
m r.*r-, ,r-,. ...
January...................
F- ,* r,
M. .r r ..
April....................
May.....................
June....................
Julyt....................
pteer .................
September........,.........
October..................
November..................
December..................
1968
January-September.........
January ...................
February..,,..............
March.....................
April ....................
May......................
June......................
July.....................
August ....................
September.................
October.................
November ................
December..................



1967
January-December...........
January-September.........
January...................
February..................
March.....................
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July.....................

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October ..................

- -r .

1968
January-September.........


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4,070.8
3,009.3
362.8
335.0
326.6
325.8
322.3
335.5
346.1
327.7
327.5
318.9
387.3
355.3


2,9.5.3
378.8
372.9
329.4
329.2
297.1
299.2
310.6
331.0
297.1


4,060.9
2,967.0
332.8
307.6
358.4
327.9
333.3
335.8
322.4
316.1
332.8
332.9
409.8
351.1


2,910.0







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3,294.8
2,507.2
282.7
285.3
273.9
273.5
286.1
277.1
268.0
281.2
279.4
271.1
276.0
240.5


2,682.8
286.7
285.1
300.7
320.4
283.9
256.0
301.8
306.5
341.7


1,105.7
842.6
85.2
99.3
81.3
87.0
91.3
81.1
114.8
106.5
96.1
83.4
05.8
83.9


798.0

93.1
82.8
85.6
91.2
88.8
77.7
91.5
88.9
98.4


648.7 3,279.7 1,104.1


2,384.3
276.8
280.6
287.7
262.9
295.
276.8
236.1
239.3
228.3
290.3
328.2
276.8


2,546.7


795.2


I -- ,: ,,


338.0


2,813.9
2,098.2
265.3
233.3
216.0
235.5
231.6
233.0
222.3
227.
233.3
224.0
249.7
242.0


2,484.2
271.5
249.1
234.2
289.8
259.7
264.3
274.1
293.5
348.0


2,801.6
2,096.2

227.2
215.5
242.6
234.1
248.9
239.3
220.7
232.7
235.2
218.6
244.2
242.6


204.9 2,490.3


3,402.8
2,594.8
312.1
308.9
287.5
294.0
275.8
289.4
281.4
270.4
275.3
254.4
275.6
278.0


2,756.0
276.3
276.3
238.5
297'.8
298.0
311.5
319.5
330.5
407.6


Unadjusted


3,391.1
2,586.3
290.6
285.6
325.4
309.3
293.6
298.7
256.8
258.6
267.8
256.4
270.7
277.6


2,742.8


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12,607.7
9,375.4

1,118.0
999.3
1,011.1
1,034.9
1,025.4
1,045.0
1,042.2
1,018.2
1,081.3
977.6
1,087.0
1,167.7


10,677.3

1,270.3
1 '^

1,167.7
1,145.6
1,187.6
1,204.3
1,238.3
1,332.0


12,574.1
9,291.5

1,005.4
957.0
1,155.8
1,111.7


947.1
910.4
1,017.2
961.0
1,080.4
1,241.1


10,560.2





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1 i i' *


5,971.4
4,481.6

532.2
508.6
479.2
512.1
490.8
481.9
492.2
486.2
498.4
453.7
510.9
525.2


4,734.2
528.0
521.5
433.9
545.0
490.4
523.0
522.1
565.3
605.0


5,952.5
4,485.9

488.2
475.9
553.3
540.7
556.9
499.4
471.7
436.7
463.3
449.6
487.6
529.2


4,729.6






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-I .
i ..


2,105.9
1,587.7

174.4
178.4
169.9
180.2
167.2
180.5
179.4
182.7
175.0
168.2
173.7
176.3


1,719.7
188.5
179.7
164.0
191.8
180.1
198.0
192.6
210.1
214.9


2,098.2
1,563.7

165.5
166.1
188.6
185.6
178.4
184.1
164.8
163.2
167.3
169.9
176.6
188.1


1,693.6






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4,524.3
3,333.6

402.2
346.2
358.2
347.5
'64.7
378.4
368.6
350.9
416.9
342.5
398.2
450.0


4,275.4

546.2
514.1
357.8
433.9
479.6
460.9
494.3
464.7
523.9


4,523.5
3,241.9
351.7
315.0
413.9
385.4
372.0
396.3
310.5
310.5
386.7
341.5
416.2
523.8


4,137.0
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1,992.6
1,490.4

172.7
165.9
156.1
169.8
162.0
159.1
168.8
169.5
166.5
161.2
175.6
165.4


1,603.1

184.5
170.7
151.9
180.6
174.3
173.3
178.8
199.1
189.9


1,985.4
1,482.3

156.0
156.3
178.8
174.2
172.0
162.3
156.9
159.2
166.5
160.4
170.5
172.3


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Table 5. U.S. General Imports of Merchandise--Schedule A Sections, Seasonally Adjusted mid Unadjusted,
by Month: January 1967 to September 1968

(In millions of dollars. Figures for 1967 reflect revisions m-de in the data subsequent to the publication of the December 1967 reports. Fig-
ures for 1968 are as original compiled, except as noted in footnotes 4 and 5 below. u used totals repres of u ed figures
hence may vary slightly fro sum of rounded amsots)

Schedule A sections
Period --
O 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

Seasonally adjusted2

1967

January-December................... 4,034.5 699.4 2,974.5 2,256.4 (3) 963.3 6,411.7 5,816.8 2,582.7 (3)
JanuaryJ-Septeber.................. 3,051.6 512.1 2,212.0 1,686.3 (3) 717.2 4,695.1 4,286.9 1,907.2 (3)
yanuary............................ 392.4 64.3 268.9 199.8 (3) 85.6 553.7 478.3 210.9 (3)
ft-r-.r ........................... 350.2 56.2 247.9 194.6 '1 82.3 545.9 466.0 213.8 1'
2r6n............................... 326.0 55.3 245.4 187.7 1 76.4 517.7 450.7 206.5 f'
A.r:i............................ 336.8 54.7 238.9 201.2 3) 79.6 513.6 454.6 201.5 I)
Iay ............................... 289.7 54.5 234.0 198.7 (3) 77.4 504.9 469.6 208.9 l0
'i ............................. 335.2 59.6 250.0 180.5 (3) 76.8 499.2 496.4 214.3 (' I
J..1i ............................. 350.8 56.7 233.3 179.0 (3) 82.8 497.9 505.9 219.9 I I
A ".............................. 352.1 52.8 249.3 155.5 (3) 81.2 507.4 485.1 219.2 [IJ
*.-'.---r .......................... 318.4 58.0 244.3 189.3 (3) 75.1 554.8 480.3 212.2 I'
Str .... .................. .... 309.5 57.0 242.1 189.1 "' 72.9 531.6 491.5 212.9 (I)
SIvei3 r. ......................... 329.1 59.9 260.8 185.4 i 7.1 601.5 514.3 234.5 1'1
i-.- r ..r.......................... 344.3 70.4 259.6 195.6 86.1 583.5 524.1 228.1 ()

1968

January-September ................ 3,495.7 642.0 2,448.5 1,873.9 (3) 854.3 6,171.9 5,741.5 2,451.4 (3)
January........................... 388.0 76.1 258.3 20.4 7 91.0 694.0 634.9 258.6 (3)
February........................... 378.9 69.3 254. 2033.4 85.4 672.5 600.3 245.3 I 1
Mareh.............................. 321.8 58.8 271.4 212.5 90.3 730.5 533.6 259.5 I'
April .............................. 370.5 48.3 246.6 180.9 89.2 715.9 590.3 252.1 (3)
ity ............................... 392.9 55.0 281.1 187.9 97.1 669.0 657.2 284.1 (3)
.u; ................................ 383.4 60.1 279.2 227. (3) 91.3 669.2 697.7 284.8
July............................... 393.6 73.7 27.6 225.8 101.8 602.8 618.1 284.3
Auust .............................. 451.7 112.4 274.3 193.1 106.0 738.4 668.6 293.
September....................... 414.9 88.3 311.0 242.9 .2 679.6 760.8 289.3
.. i ......... ..... .
-'v r ......... .................
December.........................

Unadjusted

1967

Janary-December.................... -, -. .... -, .,' 1 <.
r -- -... .... ..... 2,964.1 472.8 2, 5.1 1,t81.6 88.0 715.9 4,639.9 4,200.3 1,873.0 759.9
Ja -" ............................ 355.4 60.0 25.0 226.9 14.2 82.4 521.8 484.4 192.9 69.4
ie ..rPJ......................... 314.1 49.9 210.7 186.7 14. 79.8 472.1 434.7 177.4 63.5
Je. r.............................. 369.0 63.6 254.3 212.1 11.3 9.4 532.2 532.8 205.8 80.6
A. ril............................ 322.6 62.4 226.4 193.8 8.0 83.0 490.9 430.4 177.2 96.3
a................................ 296.2 55.5 250.7 191.7 8.2 84.3 551.7 497.1 196.0 87.6
. ,................................ 337.2 51.4 274.4 176.5 6.2 75.8 527.8 515.8 214.5 89.9
"1j .............................. 327.6 38.3 224.5 165.3 7.2 70.6 493.2 473.5 235.1 92.2
Aq- t............................. 331.7 39.9 275.9 158.6 9.1 81.5 513.8 418.5 248.1 88.5
-'-.-B.r .......................... 310.3 51.8 234.3 169.9 8.9 69.1 536.4 413.1 226.0 92.1
. :-i' ."r.......................... 335.0 73.8 256.3 167.8 12.5 87.2 628.0 525.2 247.7 108.2
r-. a, -r. .......................... 357. 81.7 254.0 212.8 11.4 81.9 570.3 562.6 216.6 83.0

1968

Jaary.Septeber.................. 3,415.8 579.7 2,452.0 1,8 .9 18.6 356.2 1,13..0 5,65.2 2,428.6 870.9
Ja-nry.................... ...... 366.5 74.2 254.7 237.5 13.8 91.5 681.5 671.4 247.3 90.1
ebuary............................ 356.9 64.2 225.3 204.1 14.7 86.8 610.0 586.2 213.5 86.3
March................................ 333.4 61.8 257.2 22.3 9.2 96.9 686.6 577.4 236.9 78.5
April................................ 93.8 61.5 260.3 193.9 11.3 103.0 760.2 617.8 246.6 106.8
Iy............................... 396.1 55.1 296.3 178.0 13.4 104.O 719.3 686.0 262.9 103.3
June............................... 353.8 47.6 280.8 202.8 15.4 82.2 647.1 665.0 261.2 -* .1
July............................... .40.3 54.4 26.5 22.5 17.4 3 654.2 630.6 33 .5 -"..
ugus............................. ...... 403.1 0. 288.9 187.1 8. 101.3 738.7 5.7.6 315.5 97.7
September.......................... .9 8.1 22.7 14.8 .2 15. 663.3 312.2 105.7
Ocetber..........................
8oeber.........................
Decfber..........................

Schedule A secion descriptios are as follos:
O. Food and live animl 5. Qeaieals
1. Beverges and tobacco 6. thnufactsreo goons classified chiefly g aerial
2. Crude materials, inedible, except fuels 7. SchlMner and transport equg men
3. Mineral fuels, lubricants, and related materials 8. IMiseellses aarufactured articles, n.e.s.
4. Animal asN vegetable ils and fats 9. Cradiies and transactios not classified acordi4 to kd
Daeta shown reflect adjus~meats for seasonal aid workir-day variation bn do nt necessarily add ~ asua. useadjsted totals. the
adjusted seetion totals in this table and the a8.Jted overall monthly totals in tables 1 and 3 .ere developed independently
3For technical reason, data are not presented for ths section.
Revised suseqraent to the release of the April issue of this report.
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