U.S. foreign trade

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Title:
U.S. foreign trade
Portion of title:
US foreign trade
United States foreign trade
Trade area, district, port, type service, and U.S. flag (1970)
Added title page title:
Waterborne exports and general imports
Physical Description:
3 v. : ; 28 cm.
Language:
English
Creator:
United States -- Bureau of the Census
Publisher:
Dept. of Commerce, Bureau of the Census
Place of Publication:
Washington, D.C
Publication Date:
Frequency:
monthly, with annual cumulations

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Shipping -- Statistics -- Periodicals -- United States   ( lcsh )
Commerce -- Statistics -- Periodicals -- United States   ( lcsh )

Notes

Dates or Sequential Designation:
Jan. 1971-Sept. 1973.
General Note:
"FT 985."
General Note:
Title from cover.

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 023152013
oclc - 31726865
System ID:
AA00012999:00003

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Preceded by:
U.S. waterborne foreign trade.
Succeeded by:
U.S. waterborne exports and general imports. Trade area, district, port, type service and U.S. flag


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A UNITED STATES
DEPARTMENT OF
COMMERCE
PUBLICATION


6 /&t"/. FOREIGN TRADE



WATERBORNE EXPORTS


and GENERAL IMPORTS


FT 985-71-5
September 2, 1971


Trade Area, District, Port, Type S

and U.S. Flag


This report presents information on the segment of
U.S. foreign trade that is exported or imported by vessel.
Data have been compiled from Shipper's Export Declara-
tions (Commerce Form 7525-V) and import entries during
the regular processing of statistical data on foreign trade
shipments and reflect the physical movement of water-
borne foreign trade shipments into and out of the U.S.
Customs area (includes the 50 States, the District of
Columbia, and Puerto Rico), with certain exceptions as
indicated. Both export and import statistics exclude data
on shipments between the United States and Puerto Rico.
between the United States and its possessions (including
the Virgin Islands), and between U.S. possessions and
foreign countries. They also exclude shipments madeby
mail or parcel post (including such shipments trans-
ported by vessel), exports and imports of vessels
moving under their own power or afloat, shipments of
household goods or personal effects belonging to
travelers, and other transactions that are not considered
exports or imports for statistical purposes (such as
temporary exports or imports). Data on merchandise
shipped in transit through the United States are included
in tables E-1 and I-1 and excluded from other tables.
Shipping weight figures represent the gross weight of
shipments, including the weight of containers, wrappings,
crates, and moisture content, but excluding the weight
of lift vans, cargo vans, and similar substantial outer
containers. Additional information regarding the export
and import statistics is given below.

Exports
The value shown in the export statistics is defined
as the value at time and place of export. It is based on
the selling price (or cost if not sold) and includes in-
land freight, insurance, and other charges to the port of
exportation. Transportation and other costs beyond the
U.S. port of exportation are excluded.

Effective September 1970, sampling procedures have
been reinstituted for estimating data on shipments valued
$251-$499 to countries other than Canada. (Data for
such shipments were fully compiled during January-
August 1970, but sampling procedures were in effect
for these shipments during October-December 1969
and for shipments valued $100-$499 prior to October
1969.) Therefore, effective September 1970, the sta-
tistics on waterborne exports of domestic and foreign
merchandise and non-Department of Defense shipments


of Special Category commodities to countries other
than Canada reflect fully compiled data for shipments
valued $500 and over combined with estimated data
for shipments valued $251-$499, based on a 50-percent
probability sample of such shipments. For exports to
Canada there has been no change in compiling procedures
and the statistics continue to reflect fully compiled
data for shipments valued $2,000 and over combined
with estimated data for shipments valued $251-$1,999,
based on a 10-percent probability sample of such
shipments. Data on shipments valued under $251 are
excluded from the statistics on waterborne exports
presented in this report.

Vessel export shipments are credited to the port at
which the merchandise was laden on the exporting car-
rier. The figures for exports of domestic and foreign
merchandise (as indicated by column headings in table
E-l and as presented in tables E-2, E-3, E-4, and E-5)
include r agov-r.ment shipments, shipments to U.S.
civilian government agencies, and government-financed
economic assistance shipments under the Foreign As-
sistance Act. Excluded from the figures on exports of
domestic and foreign merchandise (in addition to the
exclusions previously mentioned) are shipments of sup-
plies and equipment to U.S. military forces for their
own use, shipments of Department of Defense controlled
cargo under- foreign aid programs, and all shipments of
Special Category commodities (commodities for which
detailed information may not be released for security
reasons).
The figures for Department of Defense and Special
Category non-Department of Defense controlled cargo
(shown in tables E-1, E-6, and E-7) represent consoli-
dated data for shipments of Department of Defense
controlled cargo under special foreign aid programs,
such as Department of Defense Military Assistance
Program--Grant-Aid, etc., shipped on commercial or
military vessels (vessels owned and operated by the
Department of Defense) and shipments of Special Category
commodities not controlled by the Department of Defense.
Since the commodities currently under security re-
strictions do not include those of the type that would
normally be carried on tanker vessels, separate
information is not presented for exports of Department of
Defense and Special Category shipments on tanker
vessels. A list of the Special Category commodities may
be obtained from the Bureau of the Census.


For sale by the Bureau of the Census, Washington, D.C. 20233. Price 10 cents per copy. Annual subscription
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Imports

General irrip*kr'-- are the total of entries for iitrmn-Ji.rTt
consumption and entries into CUstomrs I oned sturag aind
mj !ui.a urI I ware huses In addition to the exclusion
mentioned previously \ vessel irnplrt figures exclude
American ,.iiJ- returned byU '- military forces for their
own use and imports .irri\i:% on vessel, owned a
[x r.itt-e.! l'i the I .[-partTnciit ol i t i I': statistic s
prcsrr-ntif in this report also exclude dat on shipments
valued under S-. reported on both formal and in-
formal entries lnlirmarn entries pge-erall\ contain
items valued not more than $250.)

I A, value shown in the import statistics is Jir.-t:
;e.*r. tai as the market value in the foreign country,
and TherLtih excludes '. imporduties, freight ch.i rr:-.
from the !mccic .tunr r 1 to the United 'Itare and
insurance \'lue information is required to be reported
on Import enrrics in accordance with 'e-ic'toni 402 and
4 -'.xi f theT.irtt \ct of I' a asamended Vessel implrt!
shipments are credited to the customs district and port
at which the nmer hirl.di was unladen, not n-cess.irtll
the ,!i-t r ir or port at which the me rcha ndise" was entered
into warehouse or entered for immediate consumpt ion

Types of Vessel Service

Iiner service is that i\pe of service offered hb a
rte.L'u line opl'.raj'Ir of vesselsonberth I he itineraries
and -.tlin> schedules of vessls in liner service are
prdetermine and fixed Irregular for tramp) service
is that Tvpe of service .ifiorjde by vessels, other than
tanker vessels, that are chartered or otherwise hired for
the '.irri-ag of pIOdl- on special Oo\age- Vessels in this
rIpc of service are not on berth and their salline
schedules are not predetermined or fied anker vessels
are primarily Jdsigned for the .arri.itze of liquid c.rgoeI.
in bulk \11 others are .I. i-siitled .i. Jr\ i.rgo vessels

Foreign Trade Areas

Sht- f1'r!cign trade areas shown in this report are
dj'lllIIil in s h .L ul" I" I.iSt .fll a rln and 1 'i'ilt tonsts
of I orrigr'i Trade Areas .s pie- .ivail.ile from the llurjiau
of the t ,'..uN E\'prr- i\ vessl are credit to the
f,,rIi, trade area in which the merchandise was unladen,
irim,'r'- are r,.itir to the thrad areas in which the
merchadise was laden I he countries of destination or
rii. rner, handise are no n noctl-LL' .- iri lo i td within
the trade areas to which the merchandise is lhip[pdor
from which it is received

U.S. Coatal Districts

I h,. 1 s ital Ji riIr i,. are ,tl1i 'ri. as tolhmr,.s:

a North Atlantic--lncludes iTrrS lo- the eastern
seaboard from the northern bt.u.d irT' of \t.ltn to
the 'southern !.i 'i of irci ii.1

b ": tlantic-lncludes il:I- ..lig the eastern
Nneaoard fo the nort'trn hn u.dr ot North
A i niu to. but not i 1 1, 1 ,i t cv 1' -. t I 1.1
so included are all '- in lc-y: '- Vr, t


C (.u!t-- 1, ludu'-- a'.l p ,rtz, alul g t w.- (.ulf iif ',1..- i o
from I -v %V. c- I la 1 i r. ;! .vi l'.-. i [ in-
clusive

.put'L ,i' It, -- 1 '. ] .Jes. a.I ; I u.rs u r In te .te- .
( JitJr''i ai ia H *ii.&d

e. North I'.i if., --1i, 'uL.-- .J.' inrtn in the Jta t of
I repn: '.''-t:ipit and AIska

f Great i ait' -Inr,l jL!c .al [pirt. h rd-rr:-.g upinthe
ca j -? and their r.'l:u:cLcting uA.it-rijy, s
w.ill as ji pUort in the -ratjIt- \-' c Ytrir on the 't
Lawrence F: I P- r



In-Transit Shipments

Infiirmr tiin' on Inr r. ,hj .2l --' .ii'p'. in tbr.l through
the I'niT e.i 'JTts in Itransit f rom one '- ic: oun:trv t
another without h.A i'r-g be enteredasan inpr' i- shoC n
in tables E-1 .Id 1-I. h e jrAhrb.r ., hbu'"d and
inbound in-transit statistics include I !firign mer-
ch.driJi- transferred frm'rn oe vesse' to .sotrhr In the
t .s port rf arrival an -liipprd to a fore-gn country
without bei:i released from 'usti'm- cuust.dj i. :: the united
ti.ites. and (2) fireig-i m -rcthja:Jid-e rrivip b\' vessel
at one I' '. port -hipped through the I Ined tres under
customs bond, axid leaving the I united 'tatjls b%\ essel
from a port other than that at which it rri\ed In
addition, the waterbrne outbou in-transit istics
also include ,1) foreign mcrchandis:e withran from a
cener.il order warehouse for immerajt- exprt 1\ ve-s.el
ofr fo tr:aniportatin an report bt vessel .~c'. mer-
chandise was not recorded as an import hen it entered
the warehouse), and 2 foreign merchanjise s!,ippd via
vessl from a s, I oreicn I rade .'one to a foreign
country. \ such merchandise is deptsitied i: the I foreign
Trade /one without bing eiterCrd as j.- Import.


\n. inbound or ou:ou'ld in-transit m'rchiandise
moving b\ methods of rta'spor!atioo:h r thin vessel is
excluded from the in-transit tistics Thus. mer-
chandise arriving at the I ':ited -a- b\ vessel and
lea'.ing .\ some otr mrthxo of t ran.-portaion is in-
clude in the in-boulnd data c'1\ i the other hand
nit.rchandJ.ic arriving b\. her than atrbore rans-
portation and ladn abard vessels upon departure is
include onl\ in the outbound statistics m inbund and
outbound r'-e ments the'r.'f'rc. do not counter-bj lance one
another and aire mplementarT. only insfar as they
involve merch.ndise .crrl.d by vessls to and from the
United .trtes


'vmbols Used in the ".ablr.- of I hi t epi '.t:

.epre.-ert zero

P percent not -how ,- en ase -i less than half
of the unit of measurement sho

.' I rsth.in h.il of te unit of rme.iaurremeni shown:
less thn r'' ti perkeni








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Availability of Special Services


The Census Bureau provides a special service whereby
users of the statistics may obtain information at an earlier
date than the release of published reports or may obtain
data in greater detail or in different arrangement than that
available in the statistics which are regularly released.
The entire cost of the special work required to compile
or duplicate the information from the basic data is charged
to the subscriber. Special reports contracted for on a
cost-to-subscriber basis are listed in current pub-
lications so that all users of foreign trade statistics may
be informed of the type of reports being prepared and
the cost involved. Additional subscribers may purchase
any special reports listed in the publications.

The preparation of these reports on a cost basis is
carried out in accordance with the Bureau of the Census
"Policy Governing Special Services" set forth in current
issues of the Bureau of the Census catalog. This reads
in part as follows:

"It is the policy of the Department of Commerce and
the Bureau of the Census to relieve the general public
from bearing the cost of special services to private
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Bureau of the Census to furnish specialized service to
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at only the additional cost to the Bureau
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C. IT for u,. reason, the I-u. ju feels that the
purchaser of a i1 tabulation is nld ir.A
unfair or ." i, p. r use of the rin'. i ll .,,r
furnished, it "... take such action asis deemed
i'l"... i;' tt i".'. I the pul l1h interest,

"In order to keep the publi, informed t1" -Ip. i.l tabu-
lations that have een lu iin-h.. .i. the i-u' ,iu 'A|ll list
therm, except for mall i'***: r-. in this I iia]l "'

< C retain specfic Iiri in ; '. to the .i pl]i. .J i'n of
thce l,..l, .i to the various types of 1.ir .,;c trade
reports are descrihed b low:


l.' A. Advance p' Ji niin inc final rini.r. l.
1i;1u not '. available in duplicated '* r'-''
form.

Advance reports present 1p.-tln;- from
machine tabulation sheets at the time the
sheets are made public. I I l. blh. Ihese
sheets are made j'.jilablb several weeks
p TO**' to the date on which r. .pIT I ntr iiniln
the information are J -r r butr d in duplicated
form. in, the information in advance
reports is 1:i. aJ. publicly a'.jilali. at the
time the advan% e. r. p'!(- are rI. I-.. the
data have to .ll intents and purp,-p. been
published h. the I.ur- au of the Census and
the Census I 'II. ... nin '-p. ial r. -
-" is therefore lj ~ 1 l\ inapli ib i
An'. n I w i-hin_ the same l.pi of ir.port. can
obtain it only on pa'. ;in the full price If the
r I'lrt,, the price in all cases r..p.. p -i ntln
the actual clerical cost of pi.-i-in infor-
mation from the ) undupl, ajt. J machine tabu-
lation sheets aird. id', made available for
public reference.


Sp. pr't i: inrin: r mpilations of in-
formation l i id. pu llI- .. or 'l i. m. .1 .l,
available t' public if.. r, n in theform of
machine tabulation sheets.

i' '" I-*" "..i'\ e -i:'-l'i and .'. ,
for xamp l, merely -'rp n' recompila-
tiin's of information from machine she.e s
availabk forpublhc I 1 ,. i' l .
a r port of tli I .I .i. pro tse nt information
on how much i a particular .'* !;Tr was
,- .** 'ed from the nitd 'i i: .1 .. a
particular customs district. Il infor-
mnatiorn available for r..ll;i ,. I1 i in
r .' ...: p. I': I machine tabu-
lation sheets *' ** '.. i *'- in*acomm ity
Iby ,.ii f fdestiaI ton by cuitumz-dis trict
arSti .. .' ,. in this i" il
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t? (th* m we*R nw ts- e h *** '
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the form '. -ir.- In other cass it is
-*uj -'ji' .dll m ore '-. f,. '***-* o t huli'Ld 'tL '
:':u' au of the rn.- urematerialwhich
was used to i i. i': the, .'~' into t'-
form r,u.. --.d .. ". r a d

cost of .;' i.r; the r ., :., ei
.rnual!. or by electronic' .,- .'. -. -
Lver is more efficient.

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be entitkld to some assurance that other
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under .! nj j. crcumstares btain a&CB
to the information at the ~rme time at no ot
or at a -ub-,an' jil, redu.e c t 1 h. r--
fore, Typ. B *. p* w :i r I I 1 no'I h.b
made available to the i'bl:. w T-..,At .adrgL
or at a -Jb-lnt..iTl reduce cost u.nl: r
months af:. the r**. l have en trans-
mitted to the p\ -. n or .gar.:/a'nli pa.ing
for them. However, the *:'. .f'-, .n.-u
reserves the r:ih to plb -' t'e data at an
earlier date under -i'u-'-.in. -.u:H as
those .J .. r:>. in the extract f: m th
lur. au's .. .., -r'n:r.; "';p c..l "-c-r\-
ices" iu. I, j. above.


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p .iT .c: n;'a' o.:, o- r i ndii iuals: for t e
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.L. l ;nl the *ji' to ;'- the same
anmoun as the *'-n:'h i.n!lh sb-
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If the cost to the : *... ,." "i- : ig the
information to the -I'- U. ; p:i' d I ; -*
Is -: .;,i ., .. ,' l e thanthat .: f.- the
;n.,i1 .T *". i'.. r. the total i -t ',ll be
prorated .i"-, "i. the varis parties in an
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",.' '. and !., w; 11 not be ma&d f.'
amounts undr-:


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SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS--Continued


Type C. Reports which present information not pub-
licly available in any form.

Included are reports showing separate sta-
tistics on exports or imports of individual
products included, without segregation, in a
Schedule B or a TSUSA commodity classi-
fication regularly shown in the published
statistics, and other information not avail-
able in published reports or in machine
tabulations available for public reference.
Information in Type C reports can, there-
fore, only be obtained from information on
punchcards, electronic computer tape,
Shipper's Export Declarations, or import
entry forms not publicly available.

The policy followed in making Type C re-
ports publicly available is similar to the
policy followed by Type B, described above.
Since in contrast to Type B, Type C reports
represent newly-compiled information not
otherwise publicly available, there is a
greater likelihood that the Bureau may find
it necessary to release the information in
Type C reports at a date earlier than 6
months after transmittal to the subscriber.

Preliminary Investigations

In addition to the actual work involved in preparing
Type B and Type C reports, there are, in some cases,


considerable amounts of work required in preliminary
investigations of basic records even before estimates of
the cost of preparing the reports can be made. These
preliminary investigations of basic records, depending on
the information to be obtained for the report, include such
determinations as the following:

1. Whether the desired information is available.

2. Whether the release of desired information would
tend to reveal the transactions of individual firms,
in which case the information would not be released.
3. The best procedure under which the information
would be obtained. This determination would in-
clude the comparison of costs under alternate
procedures and the selection of the procedure
with the lowest cost.
Preliminary investigations along the lines outlined
above are not required for all reports. However, if a
preliminary investigation is required before the cost of
some reports can be estimated, persons requesting such
reports will be charged the cost of the investigation.
Wherever it is necessary to make a charge for prelimi-
nary investigation, the charge will usually be $125.

Request for additional information in regard to the
preparation and release of foreign trade special reports
prepared on a cost basis should be addressed to the
Foreign Trade Division, Bureau of the Census, Wash-
ington, D.C. 20233.



































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SPECIAL REPORTS ARRANGED FOR ON A COST TO SUBSCRIBER BASIS


Special reports contracted for on a cost basis are
listed in current publications so that all users of foreign
trade statistics may be informed of the type of reports
being prepared and the cost involved. These special
reports cover foreign trade data in greater detail or in
different arrangements than that available in the regularly
published statistics, or supply at an early date information
which will be published later. The entire cost of the
special work required to compile or duplicate the
information from the basic data available in the Bureau
is charged to the subscriber.

The reports listed below covering statistics related
to U.S. waterborne trade are those which have been
initiated since the last published list. Special reports
covering statistics related to other types of foreign
trade data are listed in the current foreign trade reports
covering suchdata. Additional subscribers may purchase
any special reports listed in any issue. When more than
one user subscribes to one of these reports at the be-
ginning of a calendar year, the cost is prorated among
all subscribers. If a new subscriber requests the report
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port of lading/unlading by foreign port of unlading/lading
by 4-digit Schedules B/A commodity by country of
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trade moving through individual ports in the Baltimore,
Md., customs district. Type of vessel service by U.S.
port of unlading/lading by foreign port of lading/unlading
by 4-digit Schedule A/Schedule B commodity codes by
country of origin/destination. Monthly 1971. Computer
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estimate available upon request.










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Table E-1. Customs District and Port of Lading by Dry Cargo and Tanker Service

(Totals represent sum of unfounded figures, hence may vary slightly from sum of rounded amounts)

Shipping weight (in millions of pounds)" Value (in millions of dollars)

Dry cargo Tanker Dry cargo Tanker
Dept. of
Defense
Customs district and port Total-- anSpeia Domest icc Domestic Domestic D
Grand total domestic, Domestic egoy o Domestic o domestic fore domestic
Category forei, and foreign and foreign and
Total foreign, and In-transit Non D t and nd a a and
and foreign o Defense intransit eign in-transit e n in-transit foe
in-transit controlled
cargo

TOTAL ALL DISTRICTS
MONTHLY AVERAGE 1970 40 155 36 848 36 795 36 662 133 53 3 307 3 305 1 964 1 931 102 102
MAY 1970 . 38 844 35 648 35 605 35 469 136 43 3 196 3 194 2 061 2 017 109 109
APRIL 1971 ....... 36 033 32 669 32 621 32 487 134 48 3 364 360 1 978 1 940 105 105
MAY 1971 . 37 703 34 476 34 418 34 236 182 58 3 226 3 224 1 960 1 9e4 105 105

NORTH ATLANTIC, TOTAL. 9 908 9 763 9 749 9 708 42 14 144 144 915 895 9 9

PORTLAND. MAINE. 5 5 5 5 IZ) (Z -
PORTLAND# MAINE. -
BANGOR, MAINE. -
EASTPORT, MAINE. (Z) (Z (Z) (Z (Z) IZ
BATH, MAINE. -
BAR HARBOR. MAINE. -
CALAISs MAINE. -
ROCKLAND# MAINE. .
JONESPORT, MAINE .- -. -
PORTSMOUTH. N.H. -
BELFAST, MAINE .. 3 3 3 3 (Z) (Z)
SEARSPORT. MAINE 2 2 2 2 (Z) (Z

BOSTON. MASS.. . 172 172 172 172 (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z) 12 12 (Z) (Z)
BOSTON, MASS.. 170 170 170 170 (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z) 12 12 (Z) (Z)
GLOUCESTER, MASS.. ... .. 2 2 2 2 (Z) 1 (Z)
NEW BEDFORD. MASS. ...... (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z) () (Z)
PLYMOUTH, MASS.. -
FALL RIVER, MASS.. -
SALEM, MASS. -
PROVINCETOWN, MASS. -

PROVIDENCE, R.I. .. 45 45 45 45 1
NEWPORT. R.I. .- -
PROVIDENCE, R.I. 45 45 45 45 1 -
MELLVILLE. R.I ..- -

BRIDGEPORT, CONNM. 31 31 31 31 -
BRIDGEPORT, CONN.. -
HARTFORD# CONN.. -
NEW HAVEN. CONNM 31 31 31 31 1 I
NEW LONDON# CONN.. .- -

NEW YORK. N.Y. .... 1 155 1 094 1 083 1 052 31 11 61 61 560 544 4 4
NEW YORK, N.Y. ...... 1 155 1 094 1 083 1 052 31 11 61 61 560 544 4 4
ALBANY, N.Y. -

PHILADELPHIA, PA.. .. 479 414 414 408 6 (Z) 65 65 55 51 2 2
PHILADELPHIAt PA.. 418 392 391 385 6 (Z) 27 27 53 49 1 1
CHESTER, PA.. . -
WILMINGTON, DEL. 2 2 2 (Z) (Z)
PAULSBORO. N.J ....... 36 4 4 4 32 32 1 1 1
CAMDEN, N.J. 18 18 18 18 1 1 -
GLOUCESTER CITY. N.J.. -- -
MARCUS HOOK, PA. 5 5 5 (Z) (Z)

BALTIMORE. MD. ... 1 094 1 094 1 092 1 088 4 2 105 104 -
ANNAPOLIS, MD. -
CAMBRIDGE, MD. . -
BALTIMORE, MD. . 1 094 1 094 1 092 1 088 4 2 105 104
CRISFIELD. MD. -

NORFOLK, VA. . 6 926 6 908 6 908 6 907 (Z) (Z) 18 18 182 182 2 2
NORFOLK, VA. 5 484 5 467 5 467 5 466 (Z) (Z) 18 18 136 136 2 2
NEWPORT NEWS' VA... .. .. 1 385 1 385 1 385 1 385 (Z) (Z) 43 43 -
RICHMOND-PETERSbURG, VA. 56 56 56 56 3 -
CAPE CHARLES CITY, VA. -
REEDVILLE. VA. .
HOPEWELL# VA .. .

WASHINGTON, D.C. . (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z) IZ Z)
WASHINGTON. D.C -
ALEXANDRIA, VA.. tZ (Z (Z) (ZI Z) (


SOUTH ATLANTIC, TOTAL. 974 792 780 769 11 11 182 182 111 105 7 7

WILMINGTON. N.C. 87 86 75 75 11 1 1 15 15 (Z) (Z)
WILMINGTON# N.C. ... 19 18 7 7 1 1 1 1 I (Z) (Z)
ELIZABETH CITY, N.C. -
BEAUFORT-MOREHEAD CITY. N.C. 68 68 68 68 (Z) 13 1 -

CHARLESTON, S.C. 132 132 132 132 (Z) (Z) 13 12 -
CHARLESTON, S.C. 121 121 121 121 (Z) (Z) 12 12 -
GEORGETOWN. S.C. .. 10 10 10 10 I -








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Table E-1. Customs District and Port of Lading by Dry Cargo and Tanker Service

(Totals represent sum of unfounded figures, hence may vary slightly from sum of rounded amounts)

Shipping weight (in millions of pounds)- Value (in millions of dollars)

Dry cargo Tanker Dry cargo Tanker
Dept. of
Customs district and port Total Defeianse Domesti Domesc DomesDomestic
Grand total domestic, Domestic e fl Do Domestic Domestic e Domestic
Total foreign, and In-transit Cagory o n and r and and
and foreign Non-Dept. and a and foreign Iaod foreign
and fo gnofDefense in-transit feign in-transit n-transit
transit controlled
cargo

SOUTH PACIFIC. TOTAL 3 277 2 839 2 836 2 834 2 3 438 438 191 190 4 4

SAN DIEGO, CALIF.. .. 4 143 49 48 48 (Z) (Z) 94 94 3 2 1 1

LOS ANGELES. CALIF.. 1 957 1 705 1 705 1 704 1 (Z) 253 253 84 84 2 2
LOS ANGELESr CALIF.. 928 799 799 799 (Z) (Z) 129 129 62 62 1 1
PORT SAN LUIS' CALIF -
LONG BEACH. CALIF.. 1 030 906 906 905 (Z) (Z) 124 124 22 22 1 1
EL SEGUNDOt CALIF. -
VENTURAt CALIF.. -
PORT HUENEMEv CALIF. -
CAPITAN9 CALIF.. .... -
MORROi CAIF.. .

SAN FRANCISCO. CALIF.. ... 1 153 1 070 1 068 1 067 1 2 83 83 102 102 1 1
EUREKAt CALIF .... .96 96 96 96 4
MONTEREY. CALIF. *. .- -
SAN FRANCISCOt CALIF.. 92 92 92 92 (Z) (Z) 46 45 -
STOCKTON. CALIF. ..... 64 53 53 53 (Z) 10 10 4 4 (Z) (Z)
OAKLAND. CALIF*. 174 174 172 171 1 2 35 35 -
RICHMOND. CALIF. .. 105 96 96 96 9 9 3 3 (Z) (Z)
ALAMEOA. CALIF... .. 34 34 34 34 (Z) (Z) 6 6 -
CROCKETT. CALIF -
SACRAMENTO, CALIF. .... 269 269 269 269 4 4
MARTINEZ, CALIF. -
REDWOOD CITY, CALIF. 90 90 90 90 (Z) (Z)
SELBYw CALIF.. . -
SAN JOAQUIN RIVER, CALIF.,. 137 137 137 137 1 -
SAN PABLO BAY9 CALIF.. -
CARQUINEZ STRAIT' CALIF. 92 29 29 29 (Z) 63 63 (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z)
SUISUN BAY. CALIF -

HONOLULUi HAWAII 24 15 15 15 (Z) 9 9 2 2 (Z) (Z)
HONOLULU. HAWAII 24 15 15 15 (Z) 9 9 2 2 (Z) (Z)
HILO' HAWAII . -
KAHULUI# HAWAII. -
NAWILILI-PORT ALLEN HAWAII. -


NORTH PACIFIC. TOTAL 4 044 3 739 3 732 3 632 100 7 305 305 111 106 4 4

PORTLANDD OREG.. .. 2 117 2 117 2 116 2 116 (Z) 2 52 52 -
ASTORIAI OREG. . 241 241 241 241 4 4 -
NEWPORTe OREG. -
COOS BAYt OREG.. 588 588 587 587 2 7 7 -
PORTLANDD OREG.. 635 635 635 635 (Z) (Z) 23 23
LONGVIEW, WASH.. ....... 433 433 433 433 11 11
VANCOUVERi WASH. .130 130 130 130 4 4
KALAMAi WASH., .. 90 90 90 90 2 2

SEATTLE, WASH. . I 401 1 376 1 370 1 370 1 6 25 25 50 50 (Z) (Z)
SEATTLE, WASH. 271 271 267 266 (Z) 4 21 21 -
TACOMA. WASH.. ..... .. 316 316 315 315 (ZI (Z) 15 15 -
ABERDEEN-HOQUIAMN WASH.. 291 267 267 267 25 25 4 4 (Z) (Z)
BLAINE, WASH.. .. (Z) () Z) (Z (Z -
BELLINGHAMi WASH.. 4 4 4 4 1 1 -
EVERETT, WASH. . 95 95 95 95 3 3
PORT ANGELES' WASH.. 195 195 194 193 (Z) I 4 4
PORT TOWNSENDi WASH. -
ANACORTESt WASH. 24 24 24 24 1 1
FRIDAY HARBOR, WASH. 74 74 74 74 (Z (Z -
SOUTH BEND-RAYMOND WASH.. 23 23 23 23 (Z) (Z) -
OLYMPIAI WASH. : : : : 109 109 109 109 2 2 -
NEAH BAY' WASH.. -

ANCHORAGE, ALASKA ........ 526 246 246 147 99 280 280 10 4 4 4
JUNEAU, ALASKA -- -
KETCHIKANr ALASKA. .... 42 42 42 42 I I -
SKAGWAY9 ALASKA. 110 110 110 11 99 5 (Z) -
WRANGELL, ALASKA 74 74 74 74 2 2 -
FAIRBANKSi ALASKA. .- -
PETERSBURGi ALASKA -
SITKAv ALASKA. . 20 20 20 20 2 2
PELICAN. ALASKA. -- -
SAND POINT. ALASKA -
ANCHORAGE. ALASKA. ...... 280 280 280 4 4
KODIAK. ALASKA -


GREAT LAKES. TOTAL 7 516 7 412 7 412 7 408 4 (Zi 104 103 146 146 7 7

OGDENSBURG. N.Y -
OGDENSBURGS N.Y. -
MASSENA' N.Y.. -
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Table E-2. Foreign Trade Area by Type of Service

SSr"iimk *e.pl in millions of pounds. Data shown represent domestic and foreign merchandise. Export shipments of Special Category commodities are excluded from these data. See tables E-3, E-4, and E5 for
cargo in each service by coastal district. Totals represent sum of unrounded figures, hence may vary slightly from sum of rounded amounts)

All services Liner Irregular Tanker
Trade area
USUS
Total US. flag peU Total U.S. flag p tS. Total U.S. flag pU e Total U.S. flag peU nt
percent percent percent percent


GRAND TOTAL . 37 460 2 637 7.0 5 203 1 060 20.4 29 033 1 167 4.0 3 224 410 12.7


FOREIGN TRADE AREAS EXCEPT
CANADIAN . 30 605 2 249 7.3 5 190 1 049 20.2 22 437 794 3.5 2 978 406 13.6
CARIBBEAN . 1 480 102 6.9 494 59 11.9 622 43 6.9 364
EAST COAST OF CANAL ZONE. 38 7 18.4 36 7 19.4 2 -
ALL OTHER CARIBBEAN PORTS 1 442 95 6.6 458 52 11.4 620 43 6.9 364
EAST COAST OF SOUTH AMERICA 1 619 105 6.5 304 60 19.7 1 112 44 4.0 204
WEST COAST OF SOUTH AMERICA 361 64 17.7 153 64 41.8 186 22 -
WEST COAST OF CENTRAL AMERICA AND
MEXICO . 206 7 3.4 69 6 8.7 46 1 2.2 90 -
WEST COAST OF CANAL ZONE. 20 4 20.0 16 3 18.8 5 1 20.0 -
ALL OTHER WEST COAST OF CENTRAL
AMERICA AND MEXICO 186 2 1.1 54 2 3.7 42 90 -

GULF COAST OF MEXICO. 230 (Z) (B) 42 160 (Z) (B) 28 -
UNITED KINGDOM AND EIRE .. 980 32 3.3 222 31 14.0 633 1 .2 125 -
BALTICI SCANDINAVIAi ICELAND9 AND
GREENLAND. . .. 813 1 .1 127 1 .8 674 12 -
BAYONNE-HAMBURG RANGE 5 925 152 2.6 986 137 13.9 4 122 15 .4 817 -
NETHERLANDS AND BELGIUM 3 540 105 3.0 547 90 16.5 2 312 15 .6 680 -
FRANCE--ATLANTIC REGION 712 12 1.7 107 12 11.2 603 3 -
GERMANY--ATLANTIC REGION. 1 671 34 2.0 329 34 10.3 1 207 135 -
OPTIONAL PORTS--BAYONNE-HAMBURG
RANGE. . 2 1 50.0 2 1 50.0 -

PORTUGAL AND SPANISH ATLANTIC 714 5 .7 62 5 8.1 639 13 -
SPAIN--ATLANTIC REGION NORTH OF
PORTUGAL .* .. 640 1 .2 45 1 2.2 584 11 -
SPAIN--ATLANTIC REGION
SOUTHEAST OF PORTUGAL. 9 5 55.6 7 5 71.4 (Z) 2 -
PORTUGAL. . 64 (Z) (B) 9 (Z) (B) 55 -
UNIDENTIFIED COUNTRIES IN WESTERN
EUROPE .
AZORES, MEDITERRANEAN, AND BLACK
SEA. . 3 966 403 10.2 491 81 16.5 3 178 231 7.3 296 91 30.7

WEST COAST OF AFRICA, ... 319 120 37.6 187 71 38.0 132 49 37.1 (Z)
MOROCCO--ATLANTIC REGION. 100 53 53.0 20 5 25.0 80 48 60.0 -
ALL OTHER WEST COAST OF AFRICA, 219 67 30.6 167 67 40.1 52 1 1.9 (Z)
SOUTH AND EAST AFRICA 200 31 15.5 112 31 27.7 54 33 -
AUSTRALASIA . 326 19 5.8 132 19 14.4 89 (Z) (B) 106 -
AUSTRALIA AND OCEANIA 320 18 5.6 125 18 14.4 89 (Z) (B) 106 -
TRUST TERRITORY OF THE PACIFIC
ISLANDS. . 6 1 167 6 1 16.7 -
INDIA. PERSIAN GULF. AND RED SEA. 1 170 592 50.6 333 96 28.8 531 227 42.7 306 270 88.2
MALAYSIA AND INDONESIA. 254 85 33.5 211 85 40.3 (Z) (Z) (B) 44 -

FAR EAST--SOUTHERN AREAe
INCLUDING TAIWAN AND
PHILIPPINES. . 976 180 18.4 388 162 41.8 515 19 3.7 73 -
FAR EAST--NORTHERN AREA.
INCLUDING JAPAN. 11 065 351 3.2 878 141 16.1 9 744 164 1.7 443 45 10.2


CANADIAN TRADE AREAS. 6 855 389 5.7 14 11 78.6 6 596 373 5.7 246 5 2.0

PACIFIC CANADA. . 325 36 11.1 4 1 25.0 292 35 12.0 30 -
GREAT LAKES CANADA. .. 5 179 351 6.8 10 10 100.0 5 138 337 6.6 31 5 16.1
ATLANTIC CANADA. 1 350 1 .1 (Z) (Z) (8) 1 166 1 .1 184 -
MONTREAL. . 149 111 38 -
NEWFOUNDLAND. . 57 1 1.8 (Z) (Z) (B) 57 1 1.8 -
ALL OTHER ATLANTIC CANADA
PORTS.. .. . 1 143 (Z) (B) 997 (Z) (8) 146








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Table E-4. Irregular Service-Foreign Trade Area by U.S. Coastal District

(Shipping weight in millions of pounds. Data shown represent domestic and foreign merchandise. Export shipments of Special Category commodities are excluded from these data. See table E-2 for total cargo
carried in irregular service. Totals represent sum of unfounded figures, hence may vary slightly from sum of rounded amounts)


North Atlantic Coast South Atlantic Coast Gulf Coast South Pacific Coast North Pacific Coast Great Lakes
Trade area

Total U.S. flag Total U.S. flag Total U.S. flag Total U.S. flag Total U.S. flag Total U.S. flag



TOTAL .. ... 8 161 17 358 12 8 030 647 2 183 54 3 175 100 7 124 337


FOREIGN TRADE AREASv EXCEPT
CANADIAN . 8 081 17 358 12 7 582 647 2 128 54 3 049 65 1 239 (Z)

CARIBBEAN ........... 32 92 12 465 32 (Z) 33
EAST COAST OF CANAL ZONE. .. 2 (Z) -
ALL OTHER CARIBBEAN PORTS 32 90 12 465 32 (Z) 33
EAST COAST OF SOUTH AMERICA 583 7 522 44 -
WEST COAST OF SOUTH AMERICA 47 10 66 (Z) 63 -
WEST COAST OF CENTRAL AMERICA AND
MEXICO . .. (Z) 18 4 1 25
WEST COAST OF CANAL ZONE. 1 1 4 -
ALL OTHER WEST COAST OF CENTRAL
AMERICA AND MEXICO (Z) 18 3 21

GULF COAST OF MEXICO. ...... (Z) 160 (Z) -
UNITED KINGDOM AND EIRE 265 1 11 256 (Z) 101 (Z)
BALTICt SCANDINAVIAo ICELANDi AND
GREENLAND. . 146 78 252 197 -
BAYONNE-HAMBURG RANGE ..... 1 872 15 18 1 418 276 10 528
NETHERLANDS AND BELGIUM 868 15 8 865 152 5 414
FRANCE--ATLANTIC REGION 443 7 148 3 2 -
GERMANY--ATLANTIC REGION. 561 3 405 124 2 112
OPTIONAL PORTS--BAYONNE-HAMBURG
RANGE. .. ........ -

PORTUGAL AND SPANISH ATLANTIC 603 8 (Z) 27 -
SPAIN--ATLANTIC REGION NORTH OF
PORTUGAL . 548 8 27 -
SPAIN--ATLANTIC REGION
SOUTHEAST OF PORTUGAL. (Z) -
PORTUGAL. ..... 55 -
UNIDENTIFIED COUNTRIES IN WESTERN
EUROPE ...- -
AZORES* MEDITERRANEAN, AND BLACK
SEA. . 797 (Z) 91 (Z) 2 040 231 5 (Z) 247

WEST COAST OF AFRICA. 1 1 (Z) 131 48 -
MOROCCO--ATLANTIC REGION. 80 48 -
ALL OTHER WEST COAST OF AFRICA. 1 1 (Z) 51 -
SOUTH AND EAST AFRICA 54 -
AUSTRALASIA ....... (Z) (Z) 48 3 37 (Z) -
AUSTRALIA AND OCEANIA (Z) (Z) 48 3 37 (Z) -
TRUST TERRITORY OF THE PACIFIC
ISLANDS. . .
INDIA, PERSIAN GULF AND RED SEA. (Z) (Z) 350 176 (Z) (Z) 158 51 23
MALAYSIA AND INDONESIA. .. (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z)

FAR EAST--SOUTHERN AREA,
INCLUDING TAIWAN AND
PHILIPPINES. . 84 (Z) 39 136 (Z) 68 18 187 (Z) -
FAR EAST--NORTHERN AREAl
INCLUDING JAPAN. ... 3 652 12 1 711 116 1 722 35 2 565 14 82


CANADIAN TRADE AREAS ..... 80 (Z) (Z) 448 1 55 126 35 5 886 337

PACIFIC CANADA. .. 165 126 35 -
GREAT LAKES CANADA. 24 55 5 059 337
ATLANTIC CANADA ... 80 (Z) (Z) 258 1 (Z) 827
MONTREAL. . (Z) 111
NEWFOUNDLAND. . 2 56 1
ALL OTHER ATLANTIC CANADA
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T ANC EAST AFRICA .
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Table E-6. Liner Service-Foreign Trade Area by U.S. Coastal District


Department of Defense and Special Category Non-Department of Defense Controlled Cargo

(Shipping weight in millions of pounds. Totals represent sum of unrounded figures, hence may vary slightly from sum of rounded amounts)


All coastal districts North Atlantic Coast South tlantic Gulf Coast South Pacific Coast North Pacific Coast Great Lakes
Coast
Trade area

Total U.S. flag U.S Total U.S. flag Total U.S. flag Total U.S. flag Total U.S. flag Total U.S. flag Total U.
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FOREIGN TRADE AREASi
EXCEPT CANADIAN ... .44.9 35.8 79.7 13.2 8.2 3.3 .3 22.1 21.6 2.6 2.4 3.3 3.3 .3 -

CARIBBEAN. ... .3 .1 33.3 .2 (Z) () .1 1 -
EAST COAST OF CANAL ZONE -
ALL OTHER CARIBBEAN PORTS. .3 .1 33.3 .2 (Z) (Z) .1 .1 -
EAST COAST OF SOUTH AMERICA. .1 (Z) (B) (Z) (Z) (Z) Z)- -
WEST COAST OF SOUTH AMERICA. .1 (Z) (B) (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z) -
WEST COAST OF CENTRAL AMERICA
AND MEXICO. .......... (Z) (Z) (Z) -
WEST COAST OF CANAL ZONE -
ALL OTHER WEST COAST OF
CENTRAL AMERICA AND MEXICO. (Z) (Z) (Z) -

GULF COAST OF MEXICO .. -
UNITED KINGDOM AND EIRE. (Z) (Z )(Z -
BALTICt SCANDINAVIA, ICELANDo
AND GREENLAND ...... .2 (Z) (B) .1 (Z) (Z) (Z) .1 -
BAYONNE-HAMBURG RANGE ..... 2.5 .1 4.0 .3 (Z) 2.1 (Z) (Z) (Z) .1 -
NETHERLANDS AND BELGIUM. 2.2 (Z) (B) .1 (Z) 2.1 (Z) (Z) (Z -
FRANCE--ATLANTIC REGION. (Z) (Z) -
GERMANY--ATLANTIC REGION .3 (Z) (B) .1 (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z) .1 -
OPTIONAL PORTS--BAYONNE-
HAMBURG RANGE .. -

PORTUGAL AND SPANISH ATLANTIC. (Z) (Z) (B) (Z) (Z) -
SPAIN--ATLANTIC REGION NORTH
OF PORTUGAL . (Z) (Z) (B) Z) (Z) -
SPAIN--ATLANTIC REGION
SOUTHEAST OF PORTUGAL -
PORTUGAL . -
UNIDENTIFIED COUNTRIES IN
WESTERN EUROPE. .
AZORES* MEDITERRANEAN: AND
BLACK SEA . 23.8 20.0 84.0 9.2 6.1 (Z) 14.4 13.9 (Z) .2

WEST COAST OF AFRICA ... (Z) (Z) (B) (Z) (Z) Z) (Z) -
MOROCCO--ATLANTIC REGION -
ALL OTHER WEST COAST OF
AFRICA. . (Z) (Z) (B) (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z) -
SOUTH AND EAST AFRICA. .. (Z) (Z (B) (Z) (Z) (Z -
AUSTRALASIA. .... ... 1.0 (Z) (B) .1 (Z) .9 .1 (Z) (Z) -
AUSTRALIA AND OCEANIA. 1.0 (Z) (B) .1 (Z) .9 .1 (Z) (Z) -
TRUST TERRITORY OF THE
PACIFIC ISLANDS ... (Z) (Z) -

INDIA# PERSIAN GULF, AND RED
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MALAYSIA AND INDONESIA 1.5 1.5 100.0 .1 .1 1..4 4 (Z) (Z) -
FAR EAST--SOUTHERN AREA,
INCLUDING TAIWAN AND
PHILIPPINES ... 2.4 1.9 79.2 .7 .2 .3 .3 .9 .9 .5 .5 -
FAR EAST--NORTHERN AREA>
INCLUDING JAPAN ..... 7.3 7.2 98.6 .2 .2 1.8 1.8 1.9 1.9 3.3 3.3 -

CANADIAN TRADE AREAS -

PACIFIC CANADA -
GREAT LAKES CANADA -
ATLANTIC CANADA.. -
MONTREAL . -
NEWFOUNDLAND . -
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Table I-1. Customs District and Port of Unlading by Dry Cargo and Tanker Service

(Totals represent sum of unrounded figures, hence may vary slightly from sum of rounded amounts)


Shipping weight (in millions of pounds) Value (in millions of dollars)

Customs district and port Dry cargo Tanker Dry cargo Tanker
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S Total imports i General nt ud in i inclrt in mpo
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TOTAL ALL DISTRICTS
MONTHLY AVERAGE 1970 ..... 53 609 22 853 22 783 70 30 756 26 904 2 128 1 890 1 867 238 193
MAY 1970 .. ... 47 582 21 497 21 379 118 26 085 22 478 1 978 1 781 1 755 198 164
APRIL 1971 ... 54 156 23 264 23 224 40 30 892 27 090 2 459 2 202 2 185 257 214
MAY 1971 ....... 58 245 26 921 26 813 108 31 324 27 913 2 455 2 181 2 160 274 221

NORTH ATLANTIC* TOTAL.. 30 353 9 266 9 244 22 21 087 17 690 1 271 1 080 1 071 191 139

PORTLAND, MAINE. ... .. 4 057 91 91 3 966 570 59 1 1 58 6
PORTLAND, MAINE... . 3 615 2 2 3 614 218 55 1 1 55 2
BANGOR, MAINE. -
EASTPORTt MAINE. ... 1 1 (Z) (Z) (Z)
BATHi MAINE. . .
BAR HARBOR, MAINE. .
CALAIS, MAINE. . .
ROCKLAND. MAINE. ...... (Z) (Z) (Z) () (Z) (Z)
JONESPORTi MAINE -
PORTSMOUTH. N.H. . 245 79 79 166 166 2 (Z) (Z) 2 2
BELFAST, MAINE .... 85 85 85 1 1
SEARSPORT, MAINE ... 110 9 9 101 101 1 (2) (Z) 1 1

BOSTON, MASS .. . 1 889 327 327 iZ) 1 562 1 562 74 62 62 12 12
BOSTON* MASS-. .. ... 1 087 291 291 (Z) 796 796 57 50 50 7 7
GLOUCESTER, MASS.. ......... 27 27 27 10 10 10 -
NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 49 5 5 44 44 2 2 2 (Z) (Z)
PLYMOUTH, MASS.. .. 178 178 178 1 1 1
FALL RIVER, MASS.. . 340 4 4 336 336 3 (Z) (Z) 2 2
SALEM, MASS. ........ 208 208 208 2 2 2
PROVINCETOWN, MASS.. -

PROVIDENCE. R.I. . 384 48 48 336 336 5 2 2 3 3
NEWPORT, R.I.. . 11 11 11 (Z) (Z) (Z) -
PROVIDENCE, R.I. .. 373 37 37 336 336 5 2 2 3 3
MELLVILLE, R.I.. . (Z) (Z) Z (Z ) (Z)

BRIDGEPORT, CONN. .. . 804 305 305 499 499 14 10 10 3 3
BRIDGEPORT, CONN.. . 459 224 224 235 235 5 3 3 2 2
HARTFORD, CONN.. -
NEW HAVEN, CONN. ........... 155 73 73 83 83 7 6 6 1 1
NEW LONDON, CONN.. .. .. 190 8 8 182 182 2 1 1 1 1

NEW YORK, N.Y. . 8 794 2 034 2 016 18 6 761 6 760 762 709 701 53 53
NEW YORK, N.Y. . 8 380 2 020 2 003 18 6 360 6 360 759 708 701 50 50
ALBANY. N.Y. . 414 13 13 401 401 3 1 1 3 3

PHILADELPHIA, PA.. ..... 8 977 3 392 3 389 2 5 586 5 586 136 92 92 44 44
PHILADELPHIA, PA.. . 4 552 2 748 2 746 1 1 804 1 804 88 73 73 15 15
CHESTER, PA. . -
WILMINGTON. DEL. ......... 879 149 149 730 730 10 5 5 5 5
PAULSBORO, N.J.. .. 1 979 160 160 1 819 1 819 19 5 5 14 14
CAMDEN. N.J. . 680 319 318 1 361 361 12 9 9 3 3
GLOUCESTER CITY, N.J.. .16 16 16 1 1 1 -
MARCUS HOOK, PA ........ 872 872 872 7 7 7

BALTIMORE, MD. ... 3 714 2 741 2 741 (Z) 973 973 146 139 139 7 7
ANNAPOLIS, MD. . -
CAMBRIDGE. MD. ....... 10 10 10 4 4 4 -
BALTIMORE, MD. .. ... 3 705 2 731 2 731 (Z) 973 973 142 135 135 7 7
CRISFIELD, MD. -

NORFOLK, VA. . 1 688 283 282 2 1 405 1 405 72 61 60 11 11
NORFOLK, VA. 1 088 272 270 2 816 816 66 59 58 7 7
NEWPORT NEWSt VA.. 577 11 11 (Z) 566 566 6 2 2 4 4
RICHMOND-PETERbBURG, VA. (Z) (Z) (Z Z) (Z (Z) -
CAPE CHARLES CITY, VA. .
REEDVILLE' VA. -
HOPEWELL VA. ..... 22 22 22 (2) (Z) (Z)

WASHINGTON. D.C ....... .. 45 45 45 3 3 3
WASHINGTON. D.C. . -
ALEXANDRIAt VA.. .. 45 45 45 3 3 3 -


SOUTH ATLANTICI TOTAL. 5 261 1 378 1 369 10 3 883 3 883 171 142 138 29 29

WILMINGTON, N.C. . 294 95 95 200 200 13 11 11 2 2
WILMINGTON, N.C. . 261 91 91 170 170 11 9 9 2 2
ELIZABETH CITY. N.C. . -
BEAUFORT-MOREHEAD CITY, N.C. 34 4 4 30 30 2 1 1 (Z) (Z)

CHARLESTON. S.C. . 382 199 199 (Z) 183 183 26 25 25 1 1
CHARLESTON, S.C. 352 199 199 (Z) 153 153 26 25 25 1 1
GEORGETOWN. S.C. 30 30 30 (Z) (Z) (Z)









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Table I-1. Customs District and Port of Unlading by Dry Cargo and Tanker Service

(Totals represent sum of unrounded figures, hence may vary slightly from sum of rounded amounts)

Shipping weight (in millions of pounds) Value (in millions of dollars)

Customs district and port Dry cargo Tanker Dry cargo Tanker
Grand total General Total, General Grand total Total General Total, General
____In-transit including including including
Total imports intimportsimports ra imports imports
Emports in-transjt in-transit In-transit

SOUTH PACIFIC. TOTAL 5 428 1 547 1 543 4 3 881 3 867 413 385 382 28 28

SAN DIEGO, CALIF.. ..... 28 19 18 1 9 9 4 4 3 (Z) (Z)

LOS ANGELES* CALIF.. ...... .. 2 606 952 950 2 1 654 1 640 267 255 254 12 12
LOS ANGELES, CALIF.. 752 476 474 1 277 277 172 169 169 3 3
PORT SAN LUISI CALIF.. (Z) (Z) () Z (Z) Z ) (Z)
LONG BEACHv CALIF. . 1 481 473 473 (Z) 1 008 994 92 85 85 7 7
EL SEGUNDO, CALIF. ........ 370 370 370 2 2 2
VENTURA, CALIF.. . -
PORT HUENEMEt CALIF. 3 3 3 (Z) (Z) (Z)
CAPITANi CALIF.. .- -
MORRO, CALIF.. . .

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF.. 2 115 537 535 2 1 579 1 579 129 118 117 11 11
EUREKA# CALIF. -
MONTEREY, CALIF. (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z)
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF.. 382 227 225 1 155 155 61 60 59 1 1
STOCKTONi CALIF. 5 5 5 2 2 2
OAKLAND. CALIF.. 138 138 138 (Z) 36 36 36 -
RICHMONDO CALIF. . 300 9 9 291 291 5 3 3 2 2
ALAMEDA, CALIF.. . 67 62 62 5 5 11 11 11 1 1
CROCKETT, CALIF -
SACRAMENTO, CALIF. . .
MARTINEZ, CALIF. ...... .. 387 387 387 2 2 2
REDWOOD CITYi CALIF. 25 25 25 (Z) (Z) (Z) -
SELBY, CALIF.. -
SAN JOAQUIN RIVERi CALIF.. 57 57 57 (Z) (Z) (Z)
SAN PABLO BAYi CALIF.. 104 (Z) (Z) 104 104 1 (Z) 1 1
CARQUINEZ STRAITi CALIF. 585 13 13 571 571 10 7 7 3 3
SUISUN BAY, CALIF. . 66 66 66 1 1 1

HONOLULUi HAWAII . .. 680 40 40 (Z) 640 640 13 8 8 5 5
HONOLULU, HAWAII .... 675 35 35 (Z) 640 640 13 8 8 5 5
HILO HAWAII ...... 1 1 1 (Z) (Z (Z) -
KAHULUI, HAWAII. ... -
NAWILILI-PORT ALLENi HAWAII. 4 4 4 (Z) (Z) (Z) -


NORTH PACIFICi TOTAL .. 1 878 1 458 1 442 15 421 421 121 115 112 6 6

PORTLAND, OREG.. . 571 492 491 (Z) 79 79 33 31 31 2 2
ASTORIAI OREG. . .. (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z) -
NEWPORT, OREG. . .
COOS BAYi OREG.. . (Z) (Z) (Z) (ZI (Z) (Z -
PORTLANOD OREG.. . 444 365 365 (Z) 79 79 25 22 22 2 2
LONGVIEWv WASH.. . 29 29 29 5 5 5 -
VANCOUVERi WASH. . 98 98 98 4 4 4
KALAMAt WASH.. . (Z) (Z) (Z)) -(- 2) (Z) Z -

SEATTLEI WASH. . 1 111 927 912 15 184 184 84 83 80 2 2
SEATTLE, WASH. .. 493 448 433 15 46 46 71 70 67 1 1
TACOMA, WASH.. . 304 165 165 139 139 8 7 7 1 1
ABERDEEN-HOQUIAMI WASH.. -
BLAINEt WASH.. -
BELLINGHAMi WASH.. . 176 176 176 3 3 3 -
EVERETTi WASH. . 132 132 132 2 2 2
PORT ANGELESi WASH.. .... (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z) () -
PORT TOWNSENDi WASH. . 5 5 5 -- Z) (Z) (Z -
ANACORTESi WASH* . 1 1 1 (Z) (Z) (Z) -
FRIDAY HARBOR. WASH. .
SOUTH BEND-RAYMONOD WASH.. ...... (Z) (Z) (Z) Z) (Z)
OLYMPIA, WASH. -
NEAH BAYi WASH.. . .

ANCHORAGE, ALASKA. . 196 39 39 (Z) 157 157 3 2 2 1 I
JUNEAU, ALASKA .. (Z) (Z) () () (2) (Z) -
KETCHIKANi ALASKA. . 7 7 7 (Z) () (Z
SKAGWAY# ALASKA. . 44 7 6 (Z) 38 38 1 (Z) (Z) 1 1
WRANGELL, ALASKA . .
FAIRBANKS' ALASKA. .. -
PETERSBURG, ALASKA . (Z) (Z) (Z) ( (Z (Z -
SITKA, ALASKA. . -
PELICANS ALASKA. . (Z) ( Z) (Z) (Z) (Z)
SAND POINT, ALASKA . -
ANCHORAGE, ALASKA. . 145 26 26 119 119 2 1 1 1 1
KODIAKi ALASKA -


GREAT LAKES. TOTAL 6 525 6 438 6 438 (Z) 87 87 199 196 196 2 2

OGDENSBURGI N.Y. ..... 7 7 7 (Z) (Z I(Z)
OGDENSBURGi N.Y. . .
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D l7O .6 IC.*nt.. ..... ........ i 27 277 277 i -
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srAIV SW. 1 .CM.. IC........- -. -
5A*iAs-8A cl l Y ........... ...67 d7 27 -- I I
CANANSO I ...* . 1........ 1 -
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Table 1-2. Foreign Trade Area by Type of Service

(Shipping weight in millions of pounds. Data shown represent general imports of merchandise. See tables 1-3. 1-4, and 1-5 for cargo in each service by coastal district. Totals represent sum of unfounded
figures, hence may vary slightly from sum of rounded amounts)

All services Liner Irregular Tanker
Trade area
Total U.S. flag pe nt Total U.S. flag U Total U.S. flag US. Total U.S flag U .
percent Ttal U.S. flag percent percent percent


GRAND TOTAL .. 54 727 3 279 6.0 5 259 981 18.7 21 555 781 3.6 27 913 1 517 5.4


FOREIGN TRADE AREASi EXCEPT
CANADIAN . 46 047 2 396 5.2 5 088 951 18.7 13 431 47 .3 27 529 1 398 5.1

CARIBBEAN . 26 969 1 116 4.1 159 13 8.2 7 310 47 .6 19 501 1 057 5.4
EAST COAST OF CANAL ZONE. (Z (Z) () (Z) (Z) (B) (Z) -
ALL OTHER CARIBBEAN PORTS 26 969 1 116 4.1 158 13 8.2 7 310 47 .6 19 501 1 057 5.4
EAST COAST OF SOUTH AMERICA 731 53 7.3 173 53 30.6 443 116 -
WEST COAST OF SOUTH AMERICA 994 51 5.1 166 51 30.7 790 39 -
WEST COAST OF CENTRAL AMERICA AND
MEXICO .. . 488 2 .4 64 2 3.1 348 76 -
WEST COAST OF CANAL ZONE. 2 2 100.0 2 2 100.0 -
ALL OTHER WEST COAST OF CENTRAL
AMERICA AND MEXICO 486 1 .2 62 1 1.6 348 76 -

GULF COAST OF MEXICO. 763 94 12.3 29 2 6.9 242 (Z) (B) 492 92 18.7
UNITED KINGDOM AND EIRE 866 71 8.2 350 71 20.3 399 (Z) (B) 117 -
BALTIC9 SCANDINAVIA, ICELAND. AND
GREENLAND. . 449 7 1.6 250 7 2.8 188 (Z) (B) 11 -
BAYONNE-HAMBURG RANGE 2 496 149 6.0 1 259 149 11.8 914 (Z) (B) 324
NETHERLANDS AND BELGIUM 1 877 46 2.5 813 46 5.7 787 276 -
FRANCE--ATLANTIC REGION 193 24 12.4 99 24 24.2 46 47
GERMANY--ATLANTIC REGION. 427 79 18.5 346 79 22.8 80 (Z) (B) (Z) -
OPTIONAL PORTS--BAYONNE-HAMBURG
RANGE. ... (Z) (Z)

PORTUGAL AND SPANISH ATLANTIC 167 22 13.2 72 22 30.6 73 (Z) (B) 23 -
SPAIN--ATLANTIC REGION NORTH OF
PORTUGAL ... . 68 4 5.9 10 4 40.0 59 -
SPAIN--ATLANTIC REGION
SOUTHEAST OF PORTUGAL. 57 15 26.3 24 15 62.5 10 23 -
PORTUGAL. . 42 3 7.1 38 3 7.9 4 (Z) (B) -
AZORES9 MEDITERRANEAN. AND BLACK
SEA*. . 2 111 67 3.2 244 67 27.5 222 (Z) (B) 1 645

WEST COAST OF AFRICA. 1 230 44 3.6 157 44 28.0 424 649 -
MOROCCO--ATLANTIC REGION. 1 (Z) (B) 1 (Z) (B) -
ALL OTHER WEST COAST OF AFRICA. 1 229 44 3.6 156 44 28.2 424 649 -
SOUTH AND EAST AFRICA 248 50 20.2 107 50 46.7 141 -
AUSTRALASIA . 1 008 11 1.1 133 11 8.3 750 125
AUSTRALIA AND OCEANIA 1 008 11 1.1 133 11 8.3 750 125 -
TRUST TERRITORY OF THE PACIFIC
ISLANDS. .- *
INDIAt PERSIAN GULF. AND RED SEA. 3 406 277 8.1 132 27 20.5 49 3 225 249 7.7
MALAYSIA AND INDONESIA. .... 1 260 49 3.9 132 49 37.1 13 1 114 -

FAR EAST--SOUTHERN AREAt
INCLUDING TAIWAN AND
PHILIPPINES. . 712 126 17.7 312 126 40.4 357 (Z) (B) 43 (Z) (B)
FAR EAST--NORTHERN AREA.
INCLUDING JAPAN. . 2 148 206 9.6 1 349 206 15.3 768 (Z) (B) 31 (Z) (B)


CANADIAN TRADE AREAS. 8 679 883 10.2 171 30 17.5 8 124 734 9.0 384 118 30.7

PACIFIC CANADA. . 1 387 166 12.0 145 30 20.7 1 098 30 2.7 144 106 73.6
GREAT LAKES CANADA. 2 070 709 34.3 12 2 035 705 34.6 22 4 18.2
ATLANTIC CANADA . 5 222 9 .2 14 (Z) (B) 4 990 (Z) (B) 218 8 3.7
MONTREAL. .. . 46 8 17.4 (Z) (Z) (B) I 45 8 17.8
NEWFOUNDLAND. ... 187 7 181 -
ALL OTHER ATLANTIC CANADA
PORTS. ... .. .. 4 989 (Z) (8) 7 4 809 (Z) (B) 173 -








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Table I Liner Service-Foreign Trade Area by U.S. Coastal District


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EAST COAST OF CANAL ZO. *
tit. OT4EO CAtBEN PORTS *
EaST COAST OF STC"U AERICA .
*LST COAST OF souT>4 ASEcA .
*EST COAST OF CEKTR*A AAMEIC* NO
. .l.CO..
*LST COAsT Of CANA. ZO4E.
A*L OTM ,EST COAST OF CENTRAL.
AERIC *O O .

LP COAST OF M CO .
NITEO KIIGO AN*C ER .
BALTIC. SCAN.IAIA. ICELAND* AND'
Ee l.ANO. .
BAtONe-N*BtR6 RAN&E L .
NETERLANDS AND BLGM .
FANCE--ATLANTIC REGION .. *
CERMAN--ATlNTC REt O *
OPTION. PORTS--BAVON-NE ~oBRGo
RHANGE. *

PJe A. AND SPAN.IS-A. *T C *
SPAIN--ATlANTIC R LSON NO>TN OF
PO at u .: : L. .
SPAIN-ATLANTIC RE1 ON
SO.T-EAST OF PORTUGA. .
POPT. 6LA *
AZORES. MLDITERRANEAN, A0 bLACK
SEA.

IEST COAST OF AFRICA. .
rOtCCO--ATLANTIC RE6ON ...
ALL OTNER *EST COAST OF AFRICA.
SOUTn RNO EAST AFRICA .. ...
AUSTRAASlA. . .
AvSTRAiA ANO OCEANI ......
TRVST TERRITORY OF T4E PACIFIC
ISfANO.S.. ... .. ......
IIAt PERSlIAN iuLF* ANO REU SEA.
XALATSI1A AO I ESA..........

FAP EAST--OC TNEL. AREA,
INCLO TAIIA4. A..
FAR EAST--.SOHTRN AREA.

ICLN APAN....... ......** .


CANA2IAN TA'E AREAS. .


AT .A~L AA A. .
ASTNTIC CANADA.............


Ar.. OTne AT.*TiC CANA*OA
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1 F9 513 6.5 29 W' l91 e 1S2 9 293 : 1! a 5 |7


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15 2 t 21 (2 a*
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Table I-4. Irregular Service-Foreign Trade Area by U.S. Coastal District

(Shipping weight in millions of pounds. Data shown represent general imports of merchandise. See table 1-2 for total cargo carried in irregular service. Totals represent sum of unrounded
figures, hence may vary slightly from sum of rounded amounts)


North Atlantic Coast South Atlantic Coast Gulf Coast South Pacific Coast North Pacific Coast Great Lakes

Trade area
Total U.S. flag Total U.S. flag Total U.S. flag Total U.S. flag Total U.S flag Total US. flag



TOTAL . 7 197 40 894 7 5 841 (Z) 583 (Z) 1 189 30 5 849 705


FOREIGN TRADE AREASv EXCEPT
CANADIAN ....T 5 049 40 625 7 5 543 (Z) 446 (Z) 605 (Z) 1 161 (Z)

CARIBBEAN . 2 782 40 371 7 4 137 (Z) 5 12 3
EAST COAST OF CANAL ZONE. (Z) -
ALL OTHER CARIBBEAN PORTS 2 782 40 371 7 4 137 (Z) 5 12 3
EAST COAST OF SOUTH AMERICA 227 9 90 65 52 -
WEST COAST OF SOUTH AMERICA 590 7 141 52 1 -
WEST COAST OF CENTRAL AMERICA AND
MEXICO ..... 27 -94
WEST COAST OF CANAL ZONE. -
ALL OTHER WEST COAST OF CENTRAL
AMERICA AND MEXICO 27 8 40 179 94

GULF COAST OF MEXICO. (Z) (Z) 224 18
UNITED KINGDOM AND EIRE 139 21 31 6 1 (Z) 201
BALTICi SCANDINAVIA. ICELAND. AND
GREENLAND. . 152 (Z 3 9 1 12 12
BAYONNE-HAMBURG RANGE 87 79 73 4 (Z) 5 665 -
NETHERLANDS AND BELGIUM 79 69 42 3 2 593 -
FRANCE--ATLANTIC REGION (Z) (Z) 26 (Z 20 -
GERMANY--ATLANTIC REGION. 8 11 5 1 (Z) 3 52 -
OPTIONAL PORTS--BAYONNE-HAMBURG
RANGE. . -

PORTUGAL AND SPANISH ATLANTIC 30 1 1 (Z) (Z) 41 (Z)
SPAIN--ATLANTIC REGION NORTH OF
PORTUGAL . 20 (Z) -
SPAIN--ATLANTIC REGION
SOUTHEAST OF PORTUGAL. 9 1 -
PORTUGAL. . I (Z) (Z) 2 (Z)
AZORESt MEDITERRANEAN, AND BLACK
SEA. ... 122 (Z) 47 39 (Z) (Z) 14

WEST COAST OF AFRICA. 338 7 76 -- 2
MOROCCO--ATLANTIC REGION. -
ALL OTHER WEST COAST OF AFRICA. 338 7 76 2 -
SOUTH AND EAST AFRICA 25 117 -
AUSTRALASIA . 89 17 318 1 324
AUSTRALIA AND OCEANIA 89 17 318 1 324
TRUST TERRITORY OF THE PACIFIC
ISLANDS. .- -
INDIA. PERSIAN GULF. AND RED SEA. 47 1 1
MALAYSIA AND INDONESIA. ..) (Z) (Z) 7 -

FAR EAST--SOUTHERN AREA.
INCLUDING TAIWAN AND
PHILIPPINES. . 261 16 35 27 (Z) 13 (Z) 5 (Z)
FAR EAST--NORTHERN AREA.
INCLUDING JAPAN. 135 (Z) 39 (Z) 213 105 (Z) 83 (Z) 194


CANADIAN TRADE AREAS. 2 148 (Z) 269 298 137 584 30 4 688 705

PACIFIC CANADA. . 261 35 81 137 584 30 -
GREAT LAKES CANADA. 2 2 033 705
ATLANTIC CANADA . 1 887 (Z) 232 217 2 655
MONTREAL. ........... 1 -
NEWFOUNDLAND. . 146 2 4 28
ALL OTHER ATLANTIC CANADA
PORTS. .. ....... 1 741 (Z) 229 213 2 627








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FOREI IRAOE AREAS, EXCEPT
CANALIAN .


CAST COAT OF C&N*I. Ze. *
ai. OTxER CAIBLN PORTS ,
E*ST COAST OF T" ERICA ACA
*EST COAST OF SOu'" AMERCA *
ESt CGAS OF CENTRA. AREnICA A%
MExCO .
*EST COASO PF CAN*L ZOE.
ALL HTrLR SEST COAST oF CENTRAL
AMERICA ANO MEAICO T .

6U) COAST OF REAXCO ,
ATLE KTRiOM ANl EIRE .
BA.TIC. SCANOINAIVAl ICELANL. AND
WEEN.AN. .
8*VOtNNAE-nA RBu AF A, ,
AETERALANOS AD BEL1 .
FRANCE--ATLANTIC RE N ....
TERANY--AT.LNTIC REGION. .
CTIONA.l PORTS--BAYONNE-MANBRRG
RIANAiE. ..

BOHAU.* AO SPtASM ATLNTIC
SPAII-ATL.PANTIC REGION NORTN OF
PORTAL. . .
SRIN-A..TLANTIC RLHION
50UTEAST OF PORTUGA. A .
PORTUA.. . .
AZoRE5 NEoITEARRNEAN AND BLACK
SEA. E E .

*EST COAST OF AFRICA. RIC
MOROCCD--ATLANTIC RElON.
ALL OTHER EST7 COAST OF AFRICA.
SOUT, AND EAST AFRICA .
AUSTRALASIA.................
AUSTRALI;A AND OCEANIA .
TRUST TERRITORy or TME PACIFIC
1SLANS. . .
tNOKlA PENSIAN 6ULF ANO RE SEA.
RA.AYSIA AND INOON(AS.. .

FSR f*5T--SO..TN.ERN AREA*
INCLuO IN. TAISAN ANO
I I NFE. . ....
FAR EAST-NORT-1ERN AREA*
fMCu a .APAN. . ..


tANADIAN TRAOE AREAS. .

AC1iF1C CANAA..... .... ......
REAT AS CANADA.. ...
AT..AN'1C CANAOA.................
*0TREA...... ... .........
R (MUO-..AN....................
*LA. r AT4.AlTIC CANADA
FsR$..................


17 690



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