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United States foreign trade
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
1939/44-1955.
Numbering Peculiarities:
First issue is summary covering 1939, 1942-44.
Numbering Peculiarities:
FT 950 series split into FT 950-E, Export trade by country and FT 950-I, Import trade by country in Sept. 1955.
General Note:
Supplements: 1948 through May 1950; 1948 through Dec. 1950; Export trade by country including special categories (January-August 1966, January-December 1965, and 1964 total).

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OAI ENT QF C MMERC BUREAU OF THE CENSUS





S.......... ........ STATES FOREIGN TRA T .
JULY 1952

'. .. September 25, 1952


.:;...." TRADE BY COUNTRY
...e Bu.eai o" the Census, Department of Commerce announced today that the decline in exports
of d8age and foreign merchandise, including Special Category Commodities, from $1,164.0 million
in Jt*. $1,,015.2 million in July reflected decreased exports to all areas. Meanwhile, the drop
in ge0,04 taorsi frjom $860.2 to $836.0 million was primarily the result of lower imports from
1. all 0 -..M.0agp South gAmerica Frpm June to July, exports to Western Europe declined from
57.1 .1 million and exports to the Latin American Republics decreased from $270.0 to
63.91 lion. aDuing the same period, imports from Western Europe decreased from $155.5 to
|52.8 amtMa whilee imports from the Latin American Republics advanced from $238.0 to $268.7 mil-
on. .
: .-EXPORTS, EXCLUplNG SPECIAL CATEGORY COMMODITIES
Frm June t....,ly, the decline in exports, excluding Special Category Commodities, from
15.0 to $ :, Imi.lion reflected decreased exports to all continents. Exports to O.E.E.C.
ries fell t $238.7 to $166.3 million and exports to the Latin American Republic dropped
$258.8 to S. 8 million. Exports to Europe showed the largest decrease from June to July
asling from $250.8 to $174.0 million. Noticeable decreases occurred in exports to many of the
es of thi s continent with the largest declines occurring in exports to Italy, which dropped
~: 9.5 to $19.3 million; France which fell from $28.1 to $16.9 million; and the United Kingdom,
decreased from $41.8 to 32.7 million. The decline in exports to Asia from $170.4 to $132.1
-.reflected lower exports to Japan from $56.0 to $34.1 million and India from $24.4 to $14.9
.. Bi Exports to North America decreased from $386.5 million in June to $349.0 million in
:i makfly as a result, of a decline in exports to Canada from $249.1 to $210.0 million.
He B,0 exports tp Africa, decreased from $44.1 to $34.4 million with exports to the Union of
J .."So: $i^ oa, which fell from $17.7 to $13.2 million, showing the most noticeable change. From
1H:00- 0 ury exports to South America declined from $139.1 to $131.6 million and exports to
and Oceania registered a small decrease from $15.1 to $13.8 million.
IMPORTS
ro North Aferioa declined from $318.0 million in June to $290.8 million in July,
_Au A- a w which dropped from $210.4 to $190.8 million, and Mexico, which fell from
H|_ i ain wing the most important decreases in importe-f.*m the individual
ou.j .... contineadAt. Meanwhile, imports from Asia decreased from $160.1 to $139.6 million
relS fo L to from British Malaya from $32.9 to $21.0 million and Indonesia from $29.1
o ..1i m June to July, the decline in imports from Africa from $54.1 to $47.2 mil-
result of a decline in imports from Nigeria from $9.5 to $4.6 million.
... rts from Australia and Oceania declined from $21.2 to $17.5 million
eased slightly from $15Q.9 to $156.8 million.
... ...:.:.: ." th from $1".9 to $184.2 million. This increase was due
prinipa1 : Fac impo Bolivia from $2.5 to $13.1 million, Chile from $13.1 to
"~5 l:.1. Co !o 'af.om .2 $33.2 million.
". estii:st is not reported expo rt statistics for Special Category Com-
b reg. Jul7: i security rease For certain areas, export totals include
I HIg 0% a seto e text o v and as shown at the beginning of the table on
f0t fi ema ,is5 and c t aies represent total- exports less exports of '
....' comm tteai iH195 sue of Fereign Trade Statistics Notes for ::
Ion and; TAita Catego ommoditles.

1| m. I 5......1-Rrepared in the Census, Foreign Trade Division
W PC Nn lO iby the Bureau of:'.en 25, D. C. Price 10A, amnal ubscription e1.00 2




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COVERAGE



Export statistics include, with certain exceptions, data on all shipments j.
merchandise to foreign countries from continental United States, Puerto Rico, and the t
ritories of Alaska and Hawaii. They do not include shipments to the United States a
forces abroad for their own use. Import statistics include, with certain exceptions,1 :Al
on imports of merchandise from foreign countries into continental United States, PMeasi
Rico, and the territories of Alaska and Hawaii. Neither the import nor export statiatlii
include shipments between continental United States and its territories and possess ai. 4il..
or between the territories and possessions. See Foreword to Foreign commerce and ha im
tion of the United States for complete statement.

None of the export or import figures has been adjusted for changes in pro.
level.




FOREIGN TRADE REPORTS OF THE BUREAU OF THE CENSUS .-I

Summary reports showing monthly data on the trade of the United State& lth
foreign countries are issued as follows:

FT 900 Overall total export and import data; no commodity
or country data.
FT 930 Exports and imports by economic classes and leading
commodities; no country data.
FT 950 Exports and imports by countries of destination and
origin; no commodity data.
FT 970 Foreign trade by United States Customs Districts;
no commodity or country data.
FT 972 Water-borne foreign trade by United States Customs
Districts and ports; no commodity or country data.
FT 973 Water-borne foreign trade by trade areas; no commo-
dity or country data.
FT 976 Department of Defense controlled cargo exported from
the United States under the United States foreign
aid programs; no commodity data.
FT 981 Shipping weight and dollar value of merchandise
laden on and unladen from vessels at United States
ports during the intransit movement of the merchan- I
dise from one foreign country to another; no com-
modity or country data.

Additional detailed commodity and country data are available in the f
other FT reports. A catalog of such reports may be obtained from the Bureau TO
Census, Washington 25, D. C.






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SRID ST S OWS OF DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN lERCHANDISE BY COUNTRY OF DESTINATION AND UNITED STATES GENERAL IMPORTS BY COUNTRY OF ORIGIN FOR
S-:SPECIFIED PERIObS

(Value in milltian of dollars. General imports are a total of imports for immediate consumption plus entries into bonded warehouses. N.e.c.
indicates not elsewhere classified.)

Exports General imports

JuWoBnt ad country1 uly June July Juli June July
1952 1952 1951 av9 e 1952 1952 1951 rage
1951 1951


Total trade including Special Categories'..

VWetern Europe....................
Dependencies of Vestern
-2ae...........................
Canada............................
-. -, ,Latin American Republics ..........
All other countries ...............

ITotal Special Categories ..................
Type 1............................
Type 2............................

Net total excluding Special Categories1....
O.E.E.C. countries................
Latin American Republics..........
Sterling area countries...........

North Aberica.........................
dGIreenland..................................
Canada (Iail. Nevtfdland and Labr)........
dpmqua:m and St. Pierre IslUAs .".......'._
aAicalo ....................................
l .................................
: 'dre h Hnmduras ..........................
aeL Salvador ...............................
aHanduras..................................
a"10aragu .................................
Costa Hica ................................
R public of Panama........................
i Canal Zone ...............................
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21,015.2

288.1

42.4
226.4
263.9
194.4

180.3
155.2
25.1

834.9
166.3
253.8
98.0

349.0

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210,0.

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3.6
0.2
3.0
3.9
2.2
2.6
4.7
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0.7
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45.0
1.4
2.0
4.1
0.1
0.1
0.9
8.6
0.2

131.6


31,164.0

357.1

46.9
262.0
270.0
228.0

158.1
136.1
22.1

1,005.9
238.7
258.8
128.7

386.5

0.2
249.1

56.2
2.9
0.1
2.5
3.0
1.9
2.4
4.6
1.8
0.9
1.2
41.0
1.9
1.9
4.7
0.1
0.1
0.9
8.6
0.2

139.1


1,186.1

378.9

46.4
213.9
317.8
229.2

134.1
111.0
23.1

1,052.0
266.1
307.2
176.5

338.9

0.1
202.5

59.5
4.7
0.2
4.6
2.0
1.9
2.2
3.1
1.8
0.9
0.7
41.7
1.3
2.1
3.4
0.2
0.1
0.9
4.9
0.1

182.8


1,252.5

425.6

42.1
224.4
311.8
248.7

130.8
109.8
21.0

1,121.7
318.4
300.6
183.8

357.6

(*)
215.6

59.3
3.9
0.2
3.5
2.8
1.8
2.6
3.9
2.4
0.9
0.9
45.0
1.4
2.4
4.0
0.2
0.1
0.7
5.7
0.1

172.4


836.0

152.8

70.5
190.8
268.7
153.3




836.0
1A1.8
268.7
140.9

290.8

0.6
190.8

25.8
4.0
0.4
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2.5
3.1
1.2
0.7
0.2
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0.4
2.0
4.3
0.1
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11.4


184.2


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210.4
238.0
160.3




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142.3
238.0
161.1

318.0

0.5
210.4
(4)
30.8
4.3
(a)
3.6
2.2
1.2
2.0
1.4
0.1
0.1
0.1
40.4
0.3
2.3
4.5
0.1
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0.6
12.9
(*)
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894.5

175.7

96.7
189.4
248.4
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166.8
248.4
201.2

290.1

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2.5
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2.8
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0.3
0.1
0.1
39.1
0.1
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7.8
0.1
0.1
1.2
9.0
0.2

161.1


913.9

170.9

84.3
189.6
278.9
190.2




913.9
159.4
278.9
181.7

291.5

0.2
189.6

27.2
5.4
0.2
5.3
2.0
1.7
2.3
1.0
0.3
0.1
0.1
34.8
0.2
2.7
4.1
0.1
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0.9
13.3


193.9


18.2 17.9 20.1 18.7 33.2 24.2 37.2 30.2
38.5 42.1 35.2 38.0 32.7 32.1 26.7 27.0
0.4 0.4 0.4 0.4 0.3 0.; 0.3 0.2
0.9 1.1 0.5 0.7 1.7 1.6 1.5 1.3
(*) (*) (N) (4) (4) (4) (a) (a)
3.1 3.0 3.0 2.9 2.4 3.1 2.1 3.0
10.1 9.6 10.8 9.6 3.9 3.9 4.6 5.1
1.8 2.4 3.2 3.3 13.1 2.5 6.0 4.3
8.2 8.3 17.4 13.8 22.5 13.1 10.8 17.0
40.1 42.4 61.1 58.3 49.6 49.4 54.7 75.8
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1.4 2.4 6.8 7.0 9.3 4.2 4.9 11.3
7.7 9.2 24.0 19.4 15.1 12.2 12.0 18.3
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0.7
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0.7
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UNITED STarS mEs or Ocmc AN OmWZI oECHAIDISB B dmDuor OF DhBIAW AnD MDm m BJ S olt m=inim
SPmIFID PMUrDS-cai ed


July
1951


Caoutment and country,



Asia-................................
Syria...................................
I ba on .................................
bIraq (Hesopotaeta).....................
Iran (Persia) ...........................
Israel and Palesne .....................
Jordd a..........n........................
b, d U t ..................................
Saudi Arabia............................
Arabia Peninsula States, n.e.c ..........
dA en ....................................
b.dState of Babrein........................
Afghanistan .............................
bIndia...................................
bPakistan................................
NepalJ..................................
Ceeylmn..................................
BUTpIa...................................
Thailand (Si)........................
Indochina ..............................
b*dBritih IMalaya.........................
Idaneeta. ...... .................. ..
Republic of the Philippinea .............
Macwo (Hau)7 ..........................
dPortguase Aala, n.e.7 .................
Southern and Southeastern Asia, n.e.o5..
China (including Manahuria) .............
North Koreal............................
b.dRepublic of Korea ......................
bHong 1KB ...............................
Taiven (Fao ona) ......................
Japan...................................
Australia and Oceania ...............
bAustralia...............................
bNew Guinea..............................
41vv Zealndd..........................
dBritish Western Pacific Islands.........
dFranoh Pacific Islands ..................
Western Pacific Islands, n.e.c..........
Africa...........................
dPrench Morocco..........................
Tangier.............................
dAlgerla................................
dTunm ia ................................
Lbypt..................................
Anglo-gyptian Sudan...................
dCanary Islands..........................
dSpanih Africa, n.e.c..................
dCameroan....... ...................
rench Euatral Africa.............
dy en Vast Africa......................
.dOold Coast.............................
.Nigeria:............. ..............
I,.daritiib West )frica, n.e.c...........
SMadeira Islands........................
gol.:.................. ..............
dVeatern Portqlese Africa, h.e.e........
dBl .......7. .....* ..............**
elmgan Congo ...........................
Eastern Italian Africa..................
Ethiopia (Abysinia)....................
SaFrench Soalls aMn........................
.* dBritish Somlland......................
. dSeyhelleg and Dependencies.............
.* Maurwitium and Dependentces..............
dMoMmblque ..............................
dHade .. .. I-.....................
bIdm of SupBAfra... ..........

bd British Africa...............%m


a latin American Reiublice.
b Sterling-area countries.
s Vastern rope.
d DeagMUlendiea of VWestern Erope.


July June
1952 1952

132.1 170.4
1.0 1.1
1.6 1.5
2.2 2.6
1.2 2.0
6.5 5.5
0.1 0.1
1.3 1.7
7.2 10.2
(0) 0.1
0.4 1.1
0.7 1.4
0.5 0.4
14.9 24.4
3.3 4.6
60.7 2.8
0.4 0.1
3.6 5.0
4.0 3.5
3.1 1.7
12.8 9.3
23.0 25.8
0.1 )
0.5 0.1
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......... 44Z.,1
4.6 4:6
1.9 1.7
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34.1 56.0
13.8 15.1
10.1 11.6
0.1 (*)
3.1 2.9
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0.5 0.5
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34.4 44.1


2.6
1.4
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0.3
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0.1
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0.4
0.1
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0.2
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0.8
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6.5
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lon 1952 M292 I


162.4 181.6 139.6 I..1

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3.3 4.1 4.3 11.3 94d
1.7 2.2 0.7 0.2
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e 0.E.B.C. (Orgeniatian for European EUonaia Co- a0- i ) sountr a. !
.Indicatism 'la than $50,000.
duntry of destination detail is not reported in expert tatlstio r special Category emmodities be 1950, ti
sam. For eatatin area, export *-A-tl nrmluda Special CateMagl, ase n at the beginning of the table pr ,a' s
areas ad countries represent total exports less exports of al 0 a commodities. See January 1o r Ti f
ao" t f -urt ion and list of Special Category ties. '
f t Ritual security Program shatamig. 10.2 ion to Vestern Europe). :. '
i atual Security Program abim4nli .8 ion to Vestern Europa).-
ast GAIi I t %M erw reported separately beginiag january 952.
%tpal reported separately beginniming January 1952; incalitd th rn and Southeastern i ime.a.o., during 191.
Indochina reported separately beginning January 1952; ACtai 1951 -a for French IndaeUaund oter French Frssancm Ions Adk 4i
parted together and shn as French Indochina and French Inla l..in 1951.
7Maeao reported separately beginning July 1952; included vlU brtuguese Asia, n.e.., aarwg l' a, the fist d malh at 1912., .
tMrth Korea and the Republic of Korea reported separately tnag January 1952. :. "
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