U.S International Trade in Goods and Services - February 2007

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The entire attachment cannot be displayed because it is too large. If there are images in this attachment, they will not be displayed. Download the original attachment Page 1 NOTE: Total goods data are reported on a Balance of Payments basis; commodity and country detail data for goods are on a Census basis. For information on data sources and definitions, see the information section on page 27 of this release, or at www.census.gov/ft900 or www.bea.gov/bea/di/home/trade.htm. The next FT-900 release is May 10, 2007. U.S. Census Bureau U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis NEWS U.S. Department of Commerce • Washington, D.C. 20230 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 8:30 A.M. EST FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 2007 For information on goods contact: For information on services contact: U.S. Census Bureau: U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis: Nick Orsini (301) 763-6959 Technical: Christopher Bach (202) 606-9545 Vanessa Ware (301) 763-2311 Media: Ralph Stewart (202) 606-2649 CB07-50, BEA07-14, FT-900 (07-02) U.S. INTERNATIONAL TRADE IN GOODS AND SERVICES February 2007 Goods and Services The U.S. Census Bureau and the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis, through the Department of Commerce, announced today that total February exports of $124.0 billion and imports of $182.4 billion resulted in a goods and services deficit of $58.4 billion, compared with $58.9 billion in January, revised. February exports were $2.8 billion less than January exports of $126.8 billion. February imports were $3.2 billion less than January imports of $185.7 billion. InFebruary, the goods deficit decreased $0.7billionfrom January to $64.5 billion, and the services surplus decreased $0.3 billion to $6.0 billion. Exports of goods decreased $2.6 billion to $88.4 billion, and imports of goods decreased $3.3 billion to $152.9 billion. Exports of services decreased $0.2 billion to $35.6 billion, and imports of services increased $0.1 billion to $29.5 billion. In February, the goods and services deficit was down $4.5 billion from February 2006. Exports were up $10.5 billion, or 9.3 percent, and imports were up $6.1 billion, or 3.4 percent. Goods The January to February change in exports of goods reflected decreasesincapital goods ($2.2 billion);industrial supplies and materials ($0.6 billion); consumer goods ($0.3 billion); and other goods ($0.1 billion). An increase occurred in automotive vehicles, parts, and engines ($0.3 billion). Foods, feeds, and beverages were virtually unchanged. The January to February change in imports of goods reflected decreases in industrial supplies and materials ($3.9 billion); capital goods ($0.4 billion); and automotive vehicles, parts, and engines ($0.1 billion). An increase occurred in consumer goods ($1.1 billion). Foods, feeds, and beverages and other goods were virtually unchanged. Page 2 Scheduled release dates through February 2008 are located on page 31 2 The February 2006 to February 2007 change in exports of goods reflected increases in industrial supplies and materials ($2.8 billion); capital goods ($1.7 billion); consumer goods ($1.4 billion); foods, feeds, and beverages ($1.2 billion); other goods ($0.7 billion); and automotive vehicles, parts, and engines ($0.3 billion). The February 2006 to February 2007 change in imports of goods reflected increases in consumer goods ($5.3 billion); capital goods ($3.8 billion); foods, feeds, and beverages ($0.7 billion) and other goods ($0.4 billion). Decreases occurred in industrial supplies and materials ($5.6 billion)andautomotive vehicles, parts, and engines ($0.2 billion). Services Services exports decreased $0.2 billion from January to February. The decrease was mostly accounted for by decreases in travel and other transportation (which includes freight and port services). Changes in other categories of services exports were small and nearly offsetting. Services imports increased $0.1 billion from January to February. An increase in other private services (which includes items such as business, professional, and technical services, insurance services, and financial services), and small increases in several other categories, were partly offset by a decrease in other transportation. From February 2006 to February 2007, services exports increased $2.6 billion. The largest increases were in other private services ($1.7 billion), travel ($0.5 billion), and royalties and license fees ($0.4 billion). From February 2006 to February 2007, services imports increased $1.8 billion. The largest increases were in other private services ($1.3 billion) and travel ($0.5 billion). Goods and Services Moving Average For the three months ending in February, exports of goods and services averaged $125.4 billion, while imports of goods and services averaged $184.9 billion, resulting in an average trade deficit of $59.6 billion. For the three months ending in January, the average trade deficit was $59.5 billion, reflecting average exports of $125.6 billion and average imports of $185.1 billion. Selected Not Seasonally Adjusted Goods Details The February figures showed surpluses, in billions of dollars, withAustralia$0.9 ($0.7 for January), Hong Kong $0.8 ($1.1), Singapore $0.8 ($0.5), and Egypt $0.3 ($0.2). Deficits were recorded, in billions of dollars, with China $18.4 ($21.3), Europe $7.2 ($7.7), Japan $7.1 ($6.5), OPEC $7.0 ($9.3), the European Union $6.4 ($6.5), Mexico $5.1 ($4.6), Canada $4.8 ($6.8), Korea $1.1 ($1.6), Taiwan $0.9 ($1.4), and Brazil $0.1, (surplus of $0.1). Advanced technology products (ATP) exports were $19.4 billion in February and imports were $23.6 billion, resulting in a deficit of $4.2 billion. February exports were $1.4 billion less than the $20.8 billion in January, while imports were $1.9 billion less than the $25.5 billion in January. Revisions Goods carry-over in February was $0.3 billion (0.4 percent) for exports and $1.2 billion (0.9 percent) for imports. For January, revised export carry-over was $0.2 billion (0.2 percent), revised down from $0.3 billion (0.3 percent). For January, revised import carry-over was $0.3 billion (0.2 percent), revised down from $1.2 billion (0.8 percent). Services exports for January were revised down $0.1 billion to $35.7 billion. The revision was mostly accounted for by a downward revision in travel. Services imports for January were revised down $0.1 billion to $29.4 billion. The revision was mostly accounted for by a downward revision in travel. Page 3 Page 4 Table of Contents Seasonally Adjusted Exhibit 1 U.S. International Trade in Goods and Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Exhibit 2 U.S. International Trade in Goods and Services Three-month Moving Averages . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Exhibit 3 U.S. Services by Major Category--Exports . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Exhibit 4 U.S. Services by Major Category--Imports . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Exhibit 5 U.S. Trade in Goods . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Exhibit 6 Exports and Imports of Goods by Principal End-Use Category . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Exhibit 7 Exports of Goods by End-Use Category and Commodity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Exhibit 8 Imports of Goods by End-Use Category and Commodity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Exhibit 9 Exports, Imports, and Balance of Goods, Petroleum and Non-Petroleum End-Use Category Totals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Exhibit 10 Real Exports and Imports of Goods by Principal End-Use Category (2000 Chain-weighted dollars) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Exhibit 11 Real Exports, Imports, and Balance of Goods, Petroleum and Non- Petroleum End-Use Commodity Category Totals (2000 Chain-weighted dollars) . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Not Seasonally Adjusted Exhibit 12 U.S. Trade in Goods . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Exhibit 13 Exports and Imports of Goods by Principal End-Use Category . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Exhibit 14 Exports, Imports, and Balance of Goods by Selected Countries and Areas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Exhibit 15 Exports and Imports of Goods by Principal SITC Commodities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Exhibit 16 Exports, Imports, and Balance of Advanced Technology Products . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Exhibit 16aExports, Imports, and Balance of Advanced Technology Products by Technology Group and Selected Countries and Areas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Exhibit 17 Imports of Energy-Related Petroleum Products, Including Crude Oil . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Exhibit 18 Exports and Imports of Motor Vehicles and Parts By Selected Countries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Information on Goods and Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Page 5 4 Part A: Seasonally Adjusted Exhibit 1. U.S. International Trade in Goods and Services In millions of dollars. Details may not equal totals due to seasonal adjustment and rounding. (R) - Revised. Balance Exports Imports Period Total Goods (1) Services Total Goods (1) Services Total Goods (1) Services 2005 Jan.- Dec. -716,730 -782,740 66,011 1,275,245 894,631 380,614 1,991,975 1,677,371 314,604 Jan.- Feb. -114,160 -123,848 9,688 203,660 142,433 61,227 317,820 266,281 51,539 January -56,637 -61,315 4,678 101,900 71,390 30,510 158,537 132,705 25,832 February -57,523 -62,533 5,010 101,760 71,043 30,717 159,283 133,576 25,707 March -53,948 -59,419 5,471 102,919 71,756 31,163 156,868 131,176 25,692 April -57,010 -62,255 5,245 105,333 74,230 31,103 162,342 136,484 25,858 May -56,630 -62,074 5,444 105,363 73,990 31,373 161,992 136,063 25,929 June -58,419 -63,892 5,473 105,950 74,371 31,579 164,369 138,263 26,106 July -58,080 -63,597 5,517 106,536 74,846 31,690 164,616 138,443 26,173 August -58,742 -64,361 5,619 107,992 76,213 31,779 166,734 140,574 26,160 September -64,968 -70,788 5,820 106,327 73,888 32,439 171,295 144,676 26,619 October -66,598 -72,573 5,975 108,593 75,964 32,629 175,191 148,537 26,654 November -64,002 -69,714 5,712 110,006 77,511 32,495 174,008 147,225 26,783 December -64,174 -70,219 6,045 112,567 79,429 33,138 176,741 149,648 27,093 2006 Jan.- Dec. -765,267 -835,966 70,699 1,436,816 1,023,689 413,127 2,202,083 1,859,655 342,428 Jan.- Feb. -129,381 -140,439 11,058 227,865 161,634 66,231 357,246 302,073 55,173 January -66,470 -72,318 5,848 114,405 81,142 33,263 180,875 153,460 27,415 February -62,912 -68,122 5,210 113,459 80,491 32,968 176,371 148,613 27,758 March -62,266 -67,808 5,542 115,581 82,093 33,488 177,847 149,901 27,946 April -63,598 -69,662 6,064 115,717 81,570 34,147 179,315 151,232 28,083 May -65,340 -71,111 5,771 118,268 83,795 34,473 183,608 154,906 28,702 June -64,695 -70,107 5,412 120,966 86,692 34,274 185,661 156,799 28,862 July -67,882 -73,544 5,662 119,590 85,195 34,395 187,472 158,739 28,733 August -68,915 -74,961 6,046 122,363 87,761 34,602 191,278 162,722 28,556 September -64,603 -70,387 5,784 122,993 88,327 34,666 187,596 158,714 28,882 October -58,926 -65,120 6,194 123,449 88,240 35,209 182,374 153,359 29,015 November -58,214 -64,772 6,558 124,732 89,010 35,722 182,945 153,781 29,164 December -61,453 -68,056 6,603 125,292 89,373 35,919 186,745 157,429 29,316 2007 Jan.- Feb. -117,313 -129,638 12,325 250,782 179,494 71,288 368,095 309,132 58,963 January (R) -58,877 -65,167 6,290 126,785 91,051 35,734 185,662 156,218 29,444 February -58,436 -64,471 6,035 123,997 88,443 35,554 182,433 152,914 29,519 March April May June July August September October November December January data as published last month: -59,118 -65,431 6,313 126,672 90,850 35,822 185,789 156,280 29,509 NOTE: (1) Data presented on a Balance of Payments (BOP) basis. For information on data sources and methodology, see the information section on page 27 of this release, or at www.census.gov/ft900 or www.bea.gov/bea/di/home/trade.htm. Page 6 5 Part A: Seasonally Adjusted Exhibit 2. U.S. International Trade in Goods and Services Three-month Moving Averages (R) - Revised. Month of Balance Exports Imports Moving Average Total Goods (1) Services Total Goods (1) Services Total Goods (1) Services 2005 January -56,474 -61,289 4,815 100,815 70,392 30,424 157,290 131,681 25,609 February -56,180 -61,075 4,895 101,728 71,151 30,577 157,908 132,226 25,682 March -56,036 -61,089 5,053 102,193 71,396 30,797 158,229 132,485 25,744 April -56,160 -61,402 5,242 103,337 72,343 30,994 159,498 133,745 25,752 May -55,863 -61,249 5,387 104,538 73,325 31,213 160,401 134,574 25,826 June -57,353 -62,740 5,387 105,548 74,197 31,352 162,901 136,937 25,964 July -57,710 -63,188 5,478 105,949 74,402 31,547 163,659 137,590 26,069 August -58,414 -63,950 5,536 106,826 75,143 31,683 165,240 139,093 26,146 September -60,597 -66,249 5,652 106,952 74,982 31,969 167,548 141,231 26,317 October -63,436 -69,241 5,805 107,637 75,355 32,282 171,074 144,596 26,478 November -65,190 -71,025 5,836 108,309 75,788 32,521 173,498 146,813 26,685 December -64,925 -70,835 5,911 110,389 77,635 32,754 175,314 148,470 26,843 2006 January -64,882 -70,750 5,868 112,326 79,361 32,965 177,208 150,111 27,097 February -64,518 -70,219 5,701 113,477 80,354 33,123 177,996 150,574 27,422 March -63,883 -69,416 5,533 114,482 81,242 33,240 178,364 150,658 27,706 April -62,925 -68,531 5,605 114,919 81,385 33,534 177,844 149,915 27,929 May -63,735 -69,527 5,792 116,522 82,486 34,036 180,257 152,013 28,244 June -64,544 -70,293 5,749 118,317 84,019 34,298 182,861 154,312 28,549 July -65,972 -71,587 5,615 119,608 85,227 34,381 185,580 156,815 28,766 August -67,164 -72,870 5,707 120,973 86,550 34,424 188,137 159,420 28,717 September -67,133 -72,964 5,831 121,649 87,094 34,554 188,782 160,058 28,724 October -64,148 -70,156 6,008 122,935 88,109 34,826 187,083 158,265 28,818 November -60,581 -66,760 6,179 123,724 88,525 35,199 184,305 155,285 29,020 December -59,531 -65,983 6,452 124,491 88,874 35,617 184,021 154,856 29,165 2007 January (R) -59,515 -65,998 6,484 125,603 89,811 35,792 185,117 155,809 29,308 February -59,589 -65,898 6,309 125,358 89,622 35,736 184,947 155,520 29,426 March April May June July August September October November December (1) Data presented on a Balance of Payments (BOP) basis. For information on data sources and methodology, see the information section on page 27 of this release, or at www.census.gov/ft900 or www.bea.gov/bea/di/home/trade.htm. NOTE: The three-month moving averages shown in this exhibit are computed by summing the subject month, the two prior months, dividing by three and showing the average at the end month of the period. A moving average is useful in smoothing the volatile trade data so that trends can better be discerned. Page 7 6 Part A: Seasonally Adjusted Exhibit 3. U.S. Services by Major Category--Exports In millions of dollars. Details may not equal totals due to seasonal adjustment and rounding. (R) - Revised. Period Total Services Travel Passenger Fares Other Transportation Royalties and License Fees Other Private Services Transfers Under U.S. Military Sales Contracts U.S. Government Misc. Services 2005 Jan. - Dec. 380,614 81,680 20,931 42,245 57,410 158,223 19,038 1,087 Jan. - Feb. 61,227 13,192 3,213 6,598 9,454 25,483 3,104 183 January 30,510 6,506 1,591 3,300 4,738 12,780 1,504 91 February 30,717 6,686 1,622 3,298 4,716 12,703 1,600 92 March 31,163 6,791 1,677 3,505 4,692 12,832 1,575 91 April 31,103 7,000 1,707 3,488 4,637 12,696 1,489 86 May 31,373 6,978 1,741 3,390 4,640 12,930 1,607 87 June 31,579 6,956 1,713 3,475 4,666 13,101 1,579 89 July 31,690 6,750 1,864 3,458 4,745 12,987 1,790 96 August 31,779 6,704 1,801 3,495 4,798 13,181 1,702 98 September 32,439 6,935 1,843 3,592 4,854 13,371 1,747 97 October 32,629 6,877 1,834 3,703 4,936 13,707 1,484 88 November 32,495 6,633 1,744 3,752 4,979 13,894 1,407 86 December 33,138 6,864 1,793 3,789 5,008 14,043 1,555 86 2006 Jan. - Dec. 413,127 85,697 22,060 48,208 62,051 177,284 16,682 1,145 Jan. - Feb. 66,231 13,856 3,661 7,614 9,938 27,967 3,011 184 January 33,263 7,053 1,893 3,826 4,955 13,947 1,498 91 February 32,968 6,803 1,768 3,788 4,983 14,020 1,513 93 March 33,488 6,918 1,839 3,958 5,030 14,208 1,442 93 April 34,147 7,263 1,765 4,073 5,136 14,399 1,416 95 May 34,473 7,197 1,747 4,038 5,172 14,768 1,456 95 June 34,274 7,015 1,718 4,074 5,187 14,830 1,354 96 July 34,395 7,162 1,864 3,985 5,159 14,776 1,351 98 August 34,602 7,065 1,851 4,187 5,180 14,873 1,348 98 September 34,666 7,107 1,883 4,034 5,217 15,004 1,323 98 October 35,209 7,230 1,884 4,004 5,313 15,407 1,276 95 November 35,722 7,427 1,922 4,100 5,350 15,495 1,332 96 December 35,919 7,457 1,925 4,141 5,370 15,556 1,374 96 2007 Jan. - Feb. 71,288 14,706 3,775 8,101 10,695 31,308 2,508 195 January (R) 35,734 7,411 1,886 4,087 5,344 15,631 1,278 97 February 35,554 7,295 1,889 4,014 5,351 15,677 1,230 98 March April May June July August September October November December NOTE: For information on data sources, methodology, and details of what is included in each service category, see the information section on page 27 of this release, or at www.census.gov/ft900 or www.bea.gov/bea/di/home/trade.htm. Page 8 7 Part A: Seasonally Adjusted Exhibit 4. U.S. Services by Major Category--Imports In millions of dollars. Details may not equal totals due to seasonal adjustment and rounding. (R) - Revised. Period Total Services Travel Passenger Fares Other Transportation Royalties and License Fees Other Private Services Direct Defense Expenditures U.S. Government Misc. Services 2005 Jan. - Dec. 314,604 69,175 26,066 62,107 24,501 98,714 30,062 3,979 Jan. - Feb. 51,539 11,442 4,124 10,567 3,921 15,788 5,023 674 January 25,832 5,713 2,060 5,356 1,965 7,896 2,506 336 February 25,707 5,729 2,064 5,211 1,956 7,892 2,517 338 March 25,692 5,828 2,089 5,050 1,959 7,911 2,519 336 April 25,858 5,884 2,177 5,027 1,978 7,977 2,494 321 May 25,929 5,868 2,177 5,019 1,998 8,057 2,491 319 June 26,106 5,837 2,201 5,089 2,028 8,136 2,493 322 July 26,173 5,732 2,220 5,025 2,102 8,247 2,511 336 August 26,160 5,677 2,164 5,017 2,124 8,324 2,514 340 September 26,619 5,772 2,270 5,163 2,130 8,430 2,514 340 October 26,654 5,739 2,204 5,348 2,052 8,477 2,503 331 November 26,783 5,620 2,229 5,422 2,076 8,605 2,501 330 December 27,093 5,776 2,211 5,380 2,133 8,764 2,499 330 2006 Jan. - Dec. 342,428 73,299 27,306 65,611 26,523 114,485 31,180 4,024 Jan. - Feb. 55,173 11,590 4,429 10,792 4,696 17,895 5,108 663 January 27,415 5,896 2,215 5,509 2,039 8,881 2,544 331 February 27,758 5,694 2,214 5,283 2,657 9,014 2,564 332 March 27,946 6,072 2,324 5,404 2,068 9,161 2,584 333 April 28,083 6,164 2,252 5,340 2,098 9,321 2,571 337 May 28,702 6,317 2,330 5,523 2,109 9,505 2,579 339 June 28,862 6,186 2,370 5,478 2,330 9,568 2,590 340 July 28,733 6,211 2,240 5,521 2,223 9,535 2,661 342 August 28,556 6,024 2,181 5,543 2,154 9,633 2,680 341 September 28,882 6,174 2,250 5,541 2,174 9,743 2,661 339 October 29,015 6,149 2,273 5,533 2,210 9,925 2,593 332 November 29,164 6,157 2,315 5,528 2,226 10,054 2,555 329 December 29,316 6,255 2,342 5,408 2,235 10,149 2,598 329 2007 Jan. - Feb. 58,963 12,451 4,654 10,859 4,458 20,603 5,268 670 January (R) 29,444 6,217 2,322 5,474 2,225 10,250 2,622 334 February 29,519 6,234 2,332 5,385 2,233 10,353 2,646 336 March April May June July August September October November December NOTE: For information on data sources, methodology, and details of what is included in each service category, see the information section on page 27 of this release, or at www.census.gov/ft900 or www.bea.gov/bea/di/home/trade.htm. Page 9 8 Part A: Seasonally Adjusted Exhibit 5. U.S. Trade in Goods In millions of dollars. Details may not equal totals due to rounding. (R) - Revised. Balance Exports Imports Period Total Balance of Payments Basis Total Census Basis Total Balance of Payments Basis Net Adjustments Total Census Basis Total Balance of Payments Basis Net Adjustments Total Census Basis 2005 Jan.- Dec. -782,740 -767,477 894,631 -11,347 905,978 1,677,371 3,916 1,673,455 Jan.- Feb. -123,848 -121,726 142,433 -1,542 143,975 266,281 580 265,701 January -61,315 -60,261 71,390 -762 72,152 132,705 292 132,413 February -62,533 -61,465 71,043 -780 71,823 133,576 287 133,288 March -59,419 -58,215 71,756 -926 72,682 131,176 278 130,898 April -62,255 -60,902 74,230 -941 75,170 136,484 413 136,072 May -62,074 -60,716 73,990 -1,044 75,034 136,063 314 135,750 June -63,892 -62,580 74,371 -1,040 75,411 138,263 272 137,991 July -63,597 -62,504 74,846 -711 75,557 138,443 382 138,060 August -64,361 -62,967 76,213 -1,084 77,297 140,574 310 140,264 September -70,788 -69,440 73,888 -1,001 74,889 144,676 347 144,329 October -72,573 -71,313 75,964 -922 76,886 148,537 338 148,199 November -69,714 -68,418 77,511 -973 78,484 147,225 324 146,901 December -70,219 -68,695 79,429 -1,164 80,594 149,648 360 149,289 2006 Jan.- Dec. -835,966 -818,002 1,023,689 -13,590 1,037,278 1,859,655 4,375 1,855,280 Jan.- Feb. -140,439 -137,955 161,634 -1,751 163,385 302,073 734 301,339 January -72,318 -71,074 81,142 -843 81,985 153,460 401 153,059 February -68,122 -66,881 80,491 -909 81,400 148,613 332 148,281 March -67,808 -66,511 82,093 -910 83,003 149,901 388 149,513 April -69,662 -68,360 81,570 -937 82,506 151,232 365 150,867 May -71,111 -69,702 83,795 -1,052 84,847 154,906 357 154,549 June -70,107 -68,771 86,692 -954 87,646 156,799 381 156,418 July -73,544 -72,062 85,195 -1,090 86,285 158,739 392 158,347 August -74,961 -73,308 87,761 -1,217 88,978 162,722 437 162,286 September -70,387 -68,755 88,327 -1,296 89,623 158,714 336 158,378 October -65,120 -63,435 88,240 -1,303 89,543 153,359 382 152,978 November -64,772 -62,863 89,010 -1,609 90,619 153,781 299 153,482 December -68,056 -66,281 89,373 -1,470 90,843 157,429 305 157,123 2007 Jan.- Feb. -129,638 -126,690 179,494 -2,271 181,765 309,132 678 308,455 January (R) -65,167 -63,554 91,051 -1,252 92,303 156,218 360 155,858 February -64,471 -63,135 88,443 -1,019 89,462 152,914 317 152,597 March April May June July August September October November December January data as published last month: -65,431 -63,823 90,850 -1,252 92,102 156,280 356 155,925 NOTE: For information on data sources, nonsampling errors, definitions and details concerning what is included in the Net Adjustments, see the information section on page 27 of this release, or at www.census.gov/ft900 or www.bea.gov/bea/di/home/trade.htm. Page 10 9 Part A: Seasonally Adjusted Exhibit 6. Exports and Imports of Goods by Principal End-Use Category In millions of dollars. Details may not equal totals due to seasonal adjustment and rounding. (R) - Revised. Total Balance End-Use Commodity Category Period of Payments Basis Net Adjustments Total Census Basis (1) Foods, Feeds, & Beverages Industrial Supplies (2) Capital Goods Automotive Vehicles, etc. Consumer Goods Other Goods Exports 2006 Jan.- Dec. 1,023,689 -13,590 1,037,278 65,918 275,743 414,023 107,165 129,240 45,189 Jan.- Feb. 161,634 -1,751 163,385 10,180 41,677 66,534 17,690 20,630 6,674 January 81,142 -843 81,985 5,260 21,045 33,173 8,791 10,366 3,350 February 80,491 -909 81,400 4,919 20,633 33,361 8,899 10,264 3,324 March 82,093 -910 83,003 5,149 22,164 33,361 8,524 10,479 3,326 April 81,570 -937 82,506 5,099 22,225 33,201 8,607 10,063 3,312 May 83,795 -1,052 84,847 5,451 22,948 33,983 8,492 10,577 3,397 June 86,692 -954 87,646 5,663 23,710 34,895 8,910 10,767 3,701 July 85,195 -1,090 86,285 5,616 23,094 33,574 9,551 10,893 3,558 August 87,761 -1,217 88,978 5,972 23,629 34,855 9,421 11,128 3,973 September 88,327 -1,296 89,623 5,719 24,618 35,558 8,748 10,767 4,213 October 88,240 -1,303 89,543 5,748 24,198 35,604 8,683 11,168 4,143 November 89,010 -1,609 90,619 5,518 23,869 36,282 9,008 11,322 4,620 December 89,373 -1,470 90,843 5,805 23,611 36,176 9,532 11,448 4,271 2007 Jan.- Feb. 179,494 -2,271 181,765 12,248 47,354 72,292 18,129 23,593 8,148 January (R) 91,051 -1,252 92,303 6,117 23,958 37,227 8,899 11,969 4,134 February 88,443 -1,019 89,462 6,131 23,396 35,066 9,231 11,624 4,014 March April May June July August September October November December Imports 2006 Jan.- Dec. 1,859,655 4,375 1,855,280 74,940 602,959 418,450 256,675 442,755 59,501 Jan.- Feb. 302,073 734 301,339 12,109 99,867 66,555 43,481 69,469 9,859 January 153,460 401 153,059 6,180 50,269 34,079 22,269 35,146 5,116 February 148,613 332 148,281 5,929 49,598 32,476 21,212 34,323 4,743 March 149,901 388 149,513 6,331 46,464 34,354 20,960 36,516 4,889 April 151,232 365 150,867 6,185 48,890 34,453 21,380 35,321 4,638 May 154,906 357 154,549 6,035 52,768 34,641 20,866 35,529 4,710 June 156,799 381 156,418 5,997 52,102 34,596 22,165 36,676 4,881 July 158,739 392 158,347 6,235 54,224 35,312 20,901 36,788 4,888 August 162,722 437 162,286 6,440 55,896 36,252 21,365 37,353 4,981 September 158,714 336 158,378 6,338 52,309 35,704 21,007 38,002 5,017 October 153,359 382 152,978 6,466 46,948 35,409 20,721 38,175 5,259 November 153,781 299 153,482 6,364 45,925 35,748 21,129 39,154 5,161 December 157,429 305 157,123 6,439 47,565 35,428 22,699 39,773 5,219 2007 Jan.- Feb. 309,132 678 308,455 13,182 91,964 72,938 42,077 78,114 10,179 January (R) 156,218 360 155,858 6,575 47,919 36,694 21,073 38,512 5,085 February 152,914 317 152,597 6,607 44,045 36,244 21,004 39,603 5,094 March April May June July August September October November December (1) Detailed data are presented on a Census basis. The information needed to convert to a BOP basis is not available. (2) Includes petroleum and petroleum products. NOTE: For information on data sources, nonsampling errors and definitions, see the information section on page 27 of this release, or at www.census.gov/ft900 or www.bea.gov/bea/di/home/trade.htm. Page 11 10 Part A: Seasonally Adjusted Exhibit 7. Exports of Goods by End-Use Category and Commodity In millions of dollars. Details may not equal totals due to seasonal adjustment and rounding. The commodities in this exhibit are ranked on the month-to- month change within each major commodity grouping. (-) Represents zero or less than one half of measurement shown. (R) - Revised. Item (1) February 2007 January 2007 (R) Monthly Change Year-to-date 2007 Year-to-date 2006 Year-to-date Change Total, Balance of Payments Basis 88,443 91,051 -2,608 179,494 161,634 17,861 Net Adjustments -1,019 -1,252 234 -2,271 -1,751 -519 Total, Census Basis 89,462 92,303 -2,842 181,765 163,385 18,380 Foods, feeds, and beverages 6,131 6,117 14 12,248 10,180 2,069 Corn 865 799 66 1,664 1,016 649 Animal feeds, n.e.c. 358 310 49 668 611 57 Soybeans 720 675 44 1,395 1,031 364 Meat, poultry, etc. 749 719 30 1,468 1,273 195 Rice 146 125 20 271 281 -10 Dairy products and eggs 136 119 17 254 190 64 Vegetables 366 354 12 720 634 86 Sorghum, barley, oats 79 67 12 146 119 27 Alcoholic beverages, excluding wine 88 79 9 168 160 8 Nonagricultural foods, etc. 88 82 6 171 159 11 Oilseeds, food oils 129 139 -9 268 179 89 Bakery products 267 281 -14 548 473 76 Wheat 468 481 -14 949 733 216 Wine, beer, and related products 87 116 -29 203 161 41 Nuts 265 297 -31 562 494 68 Other foods 556 588 -32 1,145 1,090 54 Fish and shellfish 312 354 -42 666 667 -1 Fruits, frozen juices 451 532 -81 983 909 74 Industrial supplies and materials 23,396 23,958 -562 47,354 41,677 5,677 Fuel oil 715 972 -257 1,687 1,252 435 Nuclear fuel materials 107 262 -155 369 182 187 Plastic materials 2,225 2,322 -97 4,548 4,309 239 Finished metal shapes 1,155 1,233 -78 2,389 2,212 177 Chemicals-fertilizers 418 496 -77 914 820 94 Aluminum and alumina 571 626 -55 1,197 1,006 191 Iron and steel mill products 620 670 -50 1,290 1,143 147 Natural gas liquids 130 165 -35 296 298 -2 Pulpwood and woodpulp 505 534 -29 1,039 935 104 Agric. industry-unmanufactured 135 163 -28 299 238 60 Newsprint 905 931 -26 1,836 1,686 149 Synthetic rubber-primary 275 301 -26 575 525 50 Metallurgical grade coal 175 195 -20 371 385 -14 Chemicals-inorganic 548 564 -16 1,113 996 117 Hair, waste materials 44 56 -12 100 87 13 Industrial rubber products 245 257 -12 502 466 35 Nontextile floor tiles 31 39 -8 70 67 3 Tapes, audio and visual 46 53 -8 99 337 -238 Cotton fiber cloth 238 246 -8 484 531 -47 Cotton, raw 235 239 -4 474 858 -384 Leather and furs 88 92 -4 181 191 -11 Copper 388 389 -1 776 449 328 Nonmetallic minerals 45 46 -1 90 84 7 Other industrial supplies 1,614 1,614 -1 3,228 2,682 546 Coal and fuels, other 124 125 (-) 249 201 48 Chemicals-other 1,696 1,695 (-) 3,391 3,026 365 Agric. farming-unmanufactured 153 153 (-) 306 292 14 Glass-plate, sheet, etc. 109 108 (-) 217 229 -12 Agriculture-manufactured, other 144 143 1 287 257 30 Finished textile supplies 222 221 2 443 436 7 Iron and steel products, other 458 456 2 914 800 114 Hides and skins 196 192 4 388 324 63 Wood supplies, manufactured 105 100 5 205 199 6 Manmade cloth 476 471 6 947 968 -20 Electric energy 79 73 6 151 221 -70 Mineral supplies-manufactured 409 401 8 810 672 138 Nonmonetary gold 613 605 8 1,218 1,196 21 Petroleum products, other 1,533 1,525 8 3,059 2,511 548 Nonferrous metals, other 574 562 12 1,136 903 233 Shingles, molding, wallboard 260 248 12 508 487 21 Logs and lumber 399 383 16 783 734 48 Crude oil 42 16 27 58 79 -21 Gas-natural 250 216 33 466 461 5 Tobacco, unmanufactured 109 73 36 183 172 11 Precious metals, other 600 557 43 1,158 874 283 Chemicals-organic 2,475 2,392 82 4,867 3,854 1,013 Steelmaking materials 911 774 137 1,684 1,041 644 Page 12 11 Part A: Seasonally Adjusted Exhibit 7. Exports of Goods by End-Use Category and Commodity--continued Item (1) February 2007 January 2007 (R) Monthly Change Year-to-date 2007 Year-to-date 2006 Year-to-date Change Capital goods, except automotive 35,066 37,227 -2,161 72,292 66,534 5,758 Computer accessories 2,552 2,968 -416 5,520 6,011 -491 Drilling & oilfield equipment 897 1,261 -364 2,158 1,406 752 Industrial machines, other 2,770 3,118 -348 5,888 5,020 868 Civilian aircraft 4,196 4,529 -333 8,725 7,210 1,515 Generators, accessories 704 895 -191 1,599 1,350 249 Semiconductors 4,000 4,183 -183 8,183 8,469 -286 Medicinal equipment 1,840 1,974 -135 3,814 3,780 34 Telecommunications equipment 2,419 2,526 -107 4,945 4,410 535 Engines-civilian aircraft 1,449 1,555 -106 3,004 2,667 337 Electric apparatus 2,567 2,641 -74 5,209 4,754 455 Materials handling equipment 866 919 -53 1,785 1,593 193 Parts-civilian aircraft 1,541 1,591 -50 3,132 2,904 228 Nonfarm tractors and parts 132 171 -40 303 253 50 Vessels, excluding scrap 3 33 -30 36 3 33 Marine engines, parts 88 115 -27 203 158 46 Photo, service industry machinery 715 741 -26 1,456 1,406 50 Laboratory testing instruments 591 614 -23 1,206 1,116 89 Pulp and paper machinery 222 228 -6 450 470 -20 Specialized mining 60 66 -6 126 111 16 Metalworking machine tools 583 588 -4 1,171 1,562 -391 Wood, glass, plastic 310 314 -4 623 629 -6 Measuring, testing, control instruments 1,531 1,533 -3 3,064 2,992 72 Commercial vessels, other 12 13 -1 26 32 -6 Spacecraft, excluding military 1 1 1 2 5 -3 Food, tobacco machinery 207 201 5 408 350 58 Industrial engines 1,441 1,432 10 2,873 2,635 238 Textile, sewing machines 117 99 18 216 213 4 Railway transportation equipment 226 187 39 413 420 -7 Excavating machinery 922 882 39 1,804 1,419 385 Business machines and equipment 334 280 54 614 419 195 Computers 1,198 1,108 90 2,307 1,777 530 Agricultural machinery, equipment 572 458 114 1,030 993 37 Automotive vehicles, parts, and engines 9,231 8,899 332 18,129 17,690 439 Consumer goods 11,624 11,969 -345 23,593 20,630 2,963 Other household goods 1,294 1,391 -98 2,685 2,193 492 Toys, games, and sporting goods 770 839 -68 1,609 1,410 199 Artwork, antiques, stamps, etc. 566 629 -63 1,195 785 411 Records, tapes, and disks 377 438 -61 815 638 177 Apparel, household goods - textile 409 446 -36 855 909 -54 Toiletries and cosmetics 577 610 -33 1,187 1,081 105 Stereo equipment, etc. 189 219 -30 407 406 2 Household appliances 544 565 -22 1,109 1,099 11 Musical instruments 135 155 -20 290 161 129 Furniture, household goods, etc. 268 285 -17 553 523 30 Gem diamonds 909 923 -13 1,832 1,573 259 Apparel,household goods-nontextile 155 164 -8 319 296 23 Pharmaceutical preparations 2,943 2,949 -6 5,891 4,964 928 Numismatic coins 17 20 -3 38 18 19 Tobacco, manufactured 115 117 -2 231 268 -36 Sports apparel and gear 45 46 -1 91 89 2 Glassware, chinaware 39 39 (-) 78 66 12 Nursery stock, etc. 35 33 2 68 61 7 Writing and art supplies 490 487 2 977 1,008 -30 Rugs 83 79 4 162 159 3 Books, printed matter 447 440 7 888 818 69 Cookware, cutlery, tools 82 73 9 155 140 15 TV's, VCR's, etc. 303 287 16 590 668 -78 Pleasure boats and motors 275 247 28 523 443 79 Jewelry, etc 555 489 67 1,044 854 190 Other goods 4,014 4,134 -120 8,148 6,674 1,475 (1) Detailed data are presented on a Census basis. The information needed to convert to a BOP basis is not available. NOTE: For information on data sources, nonsampling errors and definitions, see the information section on page 27 of this release, or at www.census.gov/ft900 or www.bea.gov/bea/di/home/trade.htm. Page 13 12 Part A: Seasonally Adjusted Exhibit 8. Imports of Goods by End-Use Category and Commodity In millions of dollars. Details may not equal totals due to seasonal adjustment and rounding. The commodities in this exhibit are ranked on the month-to- month change within each major commodity grouping. (-) Represents zero or less than one half of measurement shown. (R) - Revised. Item (1) February 2007 January 2007 (R) Monthly Change Year-to-date 2007 Year-to-date 2006 Year-to-date Change Total, Balance of Payments Basis 152,914 156,218 -3,304 309,132 302,073 7,059 Net Adjustments 317 360 -43 678 734 -56 Total, Census Basis 152,597 155,858 -3,261 308,455 301,339 7,115 Foods, feeds, and beverages 6,607 6,575 32 13,182 12,109 1,074 Vegetables 650 562 88 1,212 1,186 26 Meat products 694 626 67 1,320 1,365 -45 Cocoa beans 106 62 44 168 130 38 Other foods 685 644 41 1,329 1,244 85 Fruits, frozen juices 755 718 37 1,473 1,208 265 Nuts 102 83 19 185 179 6 Dairy products and eggs 132 130 2 262 253 9 Feedstuff and foodgrains 209 210 -1 419 321 98 Nonagricultural foods, etc. 29 32 -2 61 85 -24 Green coffee 222 225 -3 446 359 88 Tea, spices, etc. 73 83 -10 156 145 11 Bakery products 469 482 -13 951 899 52 Food oils, oilseeds 196 222 -26 418 378 39 Fish and shellfish 1,144 1,177 -33 2,321 2,107 214 Cane and beet sugar 37 72 -34 109 194 -84 Alcoholic beverages, excluding wine 425 468 -42 893 794 99 Wine, beer, and related products 679 782 -102 1,461 1,263 197 Industrial supplies and materials 44,045 47,919 -3,874 91,964 99,867 -7,903 Crude oil 15,205 17,691 -2,485 32,896 35,126 -2,230 Petroleum products, other 2,848 3,649 -801 6,497 7,477 -980 Fuel oil 1,820 2,098 -279 3,918 4,690 -772 Blank tapes, audio & visual 162 356 -194 518 705 -186 Chemicals-organic 1,355 1,538 -183 2,893 3,031 -138 Liquefied petroleum gases 850 1,014 -163 1,864 2,566 -702 Copper 519 656 -138 1,175 1,172 3 Lumber 536 648 -111 1,184 1,794 -610 Zinc 247 353 -107 600 247 354 Shingles, wallboard 820 888 -69 1,708 2,229 -521 Iron and steel products, n.e.c. 684 748 -64 1,432 1,291 141 Nonmonetary gold 322 383 -61 704 940 -236 Plastic materials 964 1,014 -50 1,978 2,350 -371 Coal and related fuels 158 199 -41 356 380 -24 Pulpwood and woodpulp 263 300 -37 564 495 68 Newsprint 208 239 -31 447 526 -79 Finished metal shapes 1,334 1,354 -20 2,689 2,408 280 Natural rubber 131 148 -17 279 313 -34 Nonferrous metals, other 243 257 -15 500 442 58 Farming materials, livestock 98 112 -14 210 185 25 Chemicals-other, n.e.c. 676 688 -13 1,364 1,339 25 Hides and skins 10 22 -13 32 30 2 Chemicals-fertilizers 685 696 -12 1,381 1,574 -194 Bauxite and aluminum 1,158 1,166 -8 2,323 2,116 208 Wool, silk, etc. 68 75 -7 142 147 -5 Nickel 316 321 -5 637 380 257 Iron and steel mill products 1,628 1,632 -4 3,259 3,552 -293 Glass-plate, sheet, etc. 95 97 -3 192 187 5 Materials, excluding chemicals 111 113 -3 224 229 -5 Cotton, natural fibers 5 6 -1 12 14 -3 Tin 47 47 -1 94 54 40 Sulfur, nonmetallic minerals 63 63 -1 126 138 -12 Plywood and veneers 217 217 (-) 434 469 -36 Synthetic rubber--primary 150 149 1 299 323 -24 Hair, waste materials 68 65 2 133 122 11 Nontextile floor tiles 229 226 3 455 487 -32 Stone, sand, cement, etc. 524 520 4 1,043 1,110 -66 Leather and furs 68 64 4 132 140 -8 Synthetic cloth 434 431 4 865 897 -32 Iron and steel, advanced 636 631 6 1,267 1,222 45 Finished textile supplies 289 282 7 571 539 32 Cotton cloth, fabrics 128 119 10 247 296 -49 Paper and paper products 665 640 26 1,305 1,313 -8 Nuclear fuel materials 277 241 36 519 456 63 Electric energy 178 139 39 318 488 -171 Steelmaking materials 517 471 46 988 1,083 -95 Tobacco, waxes, etc. 452 392 60 843 800 43 Industrial supplies, other 1,947 1,875 71 3,822 3,635 187 Chemicals-inorganic 539 456 83 996 896 99 Other precious metals 896 763 132 1,659 1,227 432 Gas-natural 2,206 1,665 541 3,871 6,236 -2,365 Page 14 13 Part A: Seasonally Adjusted Exhibit 8. Imports of Goods by End-Use Category and Commodity--continued Item (1) February 2007 January 2007 (R) Monthly Change Year-to-date 2007 Year-to-date 2006 Year-to-date Change Capital goods, except automotive 36,244 36,694 -450 72,938 66,555 6,383 Computers 3,402 3,808 -406 7,210 5,285 1,925 Metalworking machine tools 679 770 -91 1,449 1,575 -126 Medicinal equipment 1,943 2,028 -85 3,971 3,673 298 Measuring, testing, control instruments 1,136 1,220 -84 2,356 2,164 193 Civilian aircraft 1,110 1,185 -76 2,295 1,916 379 Business machines and equipment 689 763 -74 1,452 1,432 20 Specialized mining 40 99 -59 139 115 24 Industrial engines 1,180 1,221 -41 2,402 2,235 167 Electric apparatus 2,846 2,879 -33 5,725 5,321 404 Wood, glass, plastic 490 515 -25 1,005 1,110 -105 Materials handling equipment 938 960 -22 1,899 1,947 -49 Railway transportation equipment 109 126 -17 235 227 8 Laboratory testing instruments 254 270 -16 523 482 42 Computer accessories 5,581 5,597 -16 11,177 10,753 424 Commercial vessels, other 7 19 -12 26 13 13 Semiconductors 2,280 2,290 -10 4,570 4,512 58 Food, tobacco machinery 179 189 -10 368 350 18 Parts-civilian aircraft 632 640 -8 1,272 1,003 269 Industrial machines, other 2,730 2,731 -2 5,461 4,608 853 Spacecraft, excluding military (-) (-) (-) (-) 3 -3 Vessels, except scrap (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) Nonfarm tractors and parts 125 122 4 247 258 -11 Excavating machinery 713 707 6 1,420 1,767 -347 Drilling & oilfield equipment 589 581 8 1,170 713 458 Agricultural machinery, equipment 542 523 20 1,065 1,140 -75 Marine engines, parts 96 73 23 169 137 32 Textile, sewing machines 130 107 24 237 225 12 Photo, service industry machinery 1,118 1,093 24 2,211 2,285 -74 Engines-civilian aircraft 937 912 25 1,850 1,685 165 Pulp and paper machinery 476 431 45 907 857 50 Generators, accessories 1,514 1,398 116 2,912 2,342 570 Telecommunications equipment 3,778 3,435 343 7,214 6,420 794 Automotive vehicles, parts, and engines 21,004 21,073 -69 42,077 43,481 -1,404 Consumer goods 39,603 38,512 1,091 78,114 69,469 8,646 Toys, games, and sporting goods 3,058 2,645 413 5,702 4,368 1,334 Household appliances 1,791 1,565 226 3,356 3,016 340 Other household goods 4,889 4,679 211 9,568 8,996 572 Records, tapes, and disks 278 104 175 382 244 138 Gem diamonds 1,622 1,484 138 3,106 2,799 306 Jewelry 1,222 1,113 109 2,335 2,137 198 Apparel, textiles, nonwool or cotton 2,646 2,553 93 5,198 4,896 302 Photo equipment 546 457 89 1,003 166 837 Footwear 1,321 1,236 85 2,557 2,311 246 Writing and art supplies 1,098 1,018 80 2,116 1,955 161 Apparel, household goods - wool 320 288 32 608 563 45 Cookware, cutlery, tools 569 544 25 1,113 1,028 86 Motorcycles and parts 373 353 20 726 656 69 Pleasure boats and motors 240 224 16 464 483 -19 Camping apparel and gear 648 632 16 1,280 1,221 59 Toiletries and cosmetics 483 469 14 952 913 39 Musical instruments 137 132 5 269 277 -8 Rugs 171 170 1 341 362 -21 Nursery stock, etc. 128 132 -4 260 245 14 Artwork, antiques, stamps, etc. 805 811 -6 1,616 1,329 286 Glassware, chinaware 191 197 -6 389 395 -6 Gem stones, other 221 228 -7 450 407 43 Apparel,household goods-nontextile 682 692 -10 1,375 1,285 90 Numismatic coins 19 30 -11 48 84 -35 Books, printed matter 366 378 -11 744 694 49 Furniture, household goods, etc. 2,118 2,135 -17 4,253 3,965 288 TV's, VCR's, etc 3,261 3,330 -70 6,591 6,266 325 Apparel, household goods - cotton 3,999 4,121 -122 8,120 7,388 732 Pharmaceutical preparations 5,757 5,898 -141 11,655 9,436 2,219 Stereo equipment, etc 644 894 -250 1,539 1,584 -45 Other goods 5,094 5,085 8 10,179 9,859 320 (1) Detailed data are presented on a Census basis. The information needed to convert to a BOP basis is not available. NOTE: For information on data sources, nonsampling errors and definitions, see the information section on page 27 of this release, or at www.census.gov/ft900 or www.bea.gov/bea/di/home/trade.htm. Page 15 14 Part A: Seasonally Adjusted Exhibit 9. Exports, Imports, and Balance of Goods, Petroleum and Non-Petroleum End-Use Category Totals In millions of dollars. Details may not equal totals due to seasonal adjustment and rounding. (R) - Revised. Balance Exports Imports Period Total Net Adjust- ments Petroleum (1) Non- petroleum Total Net Adjust- ments Petroleum (1) Non- petroleum Total Net Adjust- ments Petroleum (1) Non- petroleum 2006 Jan.- Dec. -835,966 -17,964 -271,003 -546,999 1,023,689 -13,590 31,577 1,005,701 1,859,655 4,375 302,580 1,552,700 Jan.- Feb. -140,439 -2,485 -45,719 -92,236 161,634 -1,751 4,140 159,245 302,073 734 49,859 251,481 January -72,318 -1,244 -22,830 -48,244 81,142 -843 2,100 79,885 153,460 401 24,930 128,129 February -68,122 -1,241 -22,889 -43,992 80,491 -909 2,040 79,360 148,613 332 24,929 123,352 March -67,808 -1,298 -20,061 -46,450 82,093 -910 2,414 80,589 149,901 388 22,475 127,038 April -69,662 -1,302 -21,089 -47,271 81,570 -937 2,829 79,677 151,232 365 23,918 126,949 May -71,111 -1,408 -25,916 -43,787 83,795 -1,052 2,426 82,421 154,906 357 28,341 126,208 June -70,107 -1,335 -24,591 -44,180 86,692 -954 2,646 85,000 156,799 381 27,237 129,181 July -73,544 -1,482 -25,788 -46,274 85,195 -1,090 2,890 83,395 158,739 392 28,678 129,669 August -74,961 -1,653 -26,903 -46,405 87,761 -1,217 2,501 86,477 162,722 437 29,403 132,882 September -70,387 -1,632 -22,712 -46,042 88,327 -1,296 3,588 86,035 158,714 336 26,301 132,077 October -65,120 -1,685 -18,644 -44,791 88,240 -1,303 2,991 86,552 153,359 382 21,635 131,343 November -64,772 -1,909 -18,758 -44,105 89,010 -1,609 2,764 87,855 153,781 299 21,523 131,959 December -68,056 -1,775 -20,821 -45,459 89,373 -1,470 2,388 88,455 157,429 305 23,209 133,914 2007 Jan.- Feb. -129,638 -2,948 -40,075 -86,615 179,494 -2,271 5,100 176,665 309,132 678 45,174 263,280 January (R) -65,167 -1,613 -21,773 -41,782 91,051 -1,252 2,678 89,625 156,218 360 24,451 131,407 February -64,471 -1,336 -18,302 -44,833 88,443 -1,019 2,421 87,040 152,914 317 20,723 131,874 March April May June July August September October November December (1) The petroleum products aggregated in the end-use commodity classification system include virtually the same energy related petroleum products as those aggregated in the SITC. The end-use petroleum products, however, include some products such as ethane, butane, benzene, and toluene which are included in "Manufactured Goods". NOTE: For information on data sources, nonsampling errors, definitions and details concerning what is included in the Net Adjustments, see the information section on page 27 of this release, or at www.census.gov/ft900 or www.bea.gov/bea/di/home/trade.htm. Page 16 15 Part A: Seasonally Adjusted Exhibit 10. Real Exports and Imports of Goods by Principal End-Use Category 2000 Chain-weighted Dollars In millions of dollars. The values in this exhibit are subject to periodic change, reflecting revisions to the source information for monthly deflators. (-) Represents zero or less than one half of measurement shown. (R) - Revised. End-Use Commodity Category Period Total Census Basis (1) Foods, Feeds, & Beverages Industrial Supplies (2) Capital Goods Automotive Vehicles etc. Consumer Goods Other Goods Residual (3) Exports 2006 Jan.-Dec. 925,308 51,104 199,782 417,360 102,828 123,399 38,300 -7,465 Jan.-Feb. 148,802 8,163 31,553 67,767 17,076 19,878 5,790 -1,425 January 74,656 4,199 15,947 33,773 8,485 9,993 2,907 -649 February 74,146 3,964 15,606 33,994 8,591 9,885 2,883 -775 March 75,497 4,168 16,700 33,917 8,224 10,116 2,881 -508 April 74,345 4,148 16,341 33,588 8,276 9,683 2,841 -532 May 75,720 4,399 16,434 34,277 8,158 10,148 2,885 -581 June 77,944 4,453 16,891 35,225 8,551 10,295 3,128 -599 July 76,285 4,302 16,331 33,812 9,146 10,352 2,988 -646 August 78,316 4,543 16,506 35,078 9,021 10,557 3,319 -708 September 79,136 4,390 17,464 35,643 8,373 10,200 3,536 -469 October 79,492 4,369 17,529 35,700 8,297 10,588 3,495 -486 November 80,064 4,024 17,204 36,322 8,613 10,738 3,874 -712 December 79,708 4,147 16,830 36,030 9,094 10,843 3,562 -798 2007 Jan.-Feb. 159,072 8,614 33,588 72,212 17,269 22,173 6,750 -1,534 January (R) 81,031 4,362 17,136 37,174 8,480 11,243 3,437 -801 February 78,041 4,252 16,452 35,038 8,789 10,930 3,313 -734 March April May June July August September October November December Imports 2006 Jan.-Dec. 1,619,547 64,810 364,776 459,202 247,062 441,424 54,642 -12,369 Jan.-Feb. 267,555 10,583 63,113 73,340 41,970 69,578 9,100 -129 January 135,670 5,327 31,657 37,567 21,509 35,194 4,709 -293 February 131,885 5,256 31,457 35,773 20,461 34,384 4,391 163 March 133,572 5,582 29,860 37,874 20,228 36,587 4,539 -1,098 April 132,802 5,509 29,961 37,930 20,639 35,410 4,309 -956 May 133,423 5,270 30,621 38,152 20,138 35,570 4,339 -668 June 134,870 5,253 30,234 37,990 21,351 36,666 4,484 -1,108 July 135,278 5,458 30,770 38,737 20,088 36,609 4,481 -865 August 137,974 5,485 31,405 39,768 20,531 37,142 4,546 -903 September 136,487 5,387 30,600 39,194 20,188 37,773 4,572 -1,226 October 134,868 5,500 29,519 38,875 19,873 37,905 4,826 -1,629 November 135,206 5,384 28,879 39,208 20,272 38,867 4,690 -2,094 December 137,513 5,399 29,815 38,135 21,785 39,317 4,756 -1,693 2007 Jan.-Feb. 273,336 10,919 59,407 80,074 40,328 77,019 9,279 -3,691 January (R) 137,978 5,445 30,888 40,218 20,206 37,977 4,634 -1,390 February 135,358 5,474 28,519 39,855 20,122 39,043 4,645 -2,300 March April May June July August September October November December (1) Detailed data are presented on a Census basis. The information needed to convert to a BOP basis is not available. (2) Includes petroleum and petroleum products. (3) The "residual" represents the difference between total exports or imports, and the sum of the components in the table. NOTE: For information on data sources, nonsampling errors and definitions, see the information section on page 27 of this release, or at www.census.gov/ft900 or www.bea.gov/bea/di/home/trade.htm. Page 17 16 Part A: Seasonally Adjusted Exhibit 11. Real Exports, Imports, and Balance of Goods, Petroleum and Non-Petroleum End-Use Commodity Category Totals 2000 Chain-weighted Dollars In millions of dollars. Details may not equal totals due to seasonal adjustment and rounding. The values in this exhibit are subject to periodic change, reflecting revisions to the source information for the monthly deflators. (-) Represents zero or less than one half of measurement shown. (R) - Revised. Trade Balance Exports Imports Period Total Census Basis (1) Petroleum Non- petroleum Residual (2) Total Census Basis (1) Petroleum Non- petroleum Residual (2) Total Census Basis (1) Petroleum Non- petroleum Residual (2) 2005 Jan.- Dec. -692,542 -129,408 -560,528 -2,605 837,342 11,922 826,839 -1,420 1,529,884 141,331 1,387,368 1,185 Jan.- Feb. -118,820 -23,097 -94,542 -1,182 134,786 2,109 132,688 -11 253,606 25,206 227,229 1,170 January -59,231 -11,611 -46,994 -626 67,579 959 66,673 -53 126,809 12,570 113,667 573 February -59,589 -11,486 -47,548 -555 67,207 1,150 66,015 42 126,796 12,636 113,563 597 March -54,869 -10,538 -44,025 -306 67,466 1,121 66,323 22 122,336 11,660 110,348 328 April -55,898 -10,328 -45,533 -38 69,472 1,112 68,369 -8 125,370 11,439 113,902 30 May -56,465 -10,124 -46,479 138 69,533 1,232 68,222 79 125,999 11,356 114,702 -59 June -57,859 -10,790 -46,873 -197 69,890 1,103 68,803 -17 127,749 11,892 115,676 181 July -56,579 -10,257 -46,427 105 69,834 1,037 68,865 -68 126,412 11,293 115,292 -173 August -55,349 -10,336 -45,054 41 71,389 1,017 70,479 -106 126,738 11,352 115,533 -147 September -58,619 -10,114 -48,890 385 68,727 722 68,366 -361 127,346 10,835 117,256 -745 October -59,536 -10,764 -48,641 -130 70,219 682 69,972 -435 129,755 11,446 118,613 -305 November -58,672 -11,412 -46,546 -714 72,083 884 71,452 -253 130,755 12,297 117,998 461 December -59,875 -11,649 -47,519 -706 73,943 904 73,300 -261 133,818 12,554 120,820 445 2006 Jan.- Dec. -694,238 -124,815 -575,549 6,125 925,308 13,529 912,812 -1,033 1,619,547 138,344 1,488,361 -7,159 Jan.- Feb. -118,753 -22,889 -94,782 -1,083 148,802 1,950 147,255 -404 267,555 24,839 242,037 679 January -61,014 -11,495 -49,086 -433 74,656 976 73,884 -205 135,670 12,471 122,970 229 February -57,739 -11,394 -45,696 -649 74,146 974 73,371 -199 131,885 12,368 119,067 450 March -58,075 -10,180 -48,509 614 75,497 1,113 74,469 -85 133,572 11,293 122,978 -699 April -58,458 -9,687 -49,845 1,074 74,345 1,192 73,131 21 132,802 10,879 122,976 -1,053 May -57,703 -10,945 -46,350 -407 75,720 979 75,005 -265 133,423 11,924 121,356 143 June -56,925 -10,444 -46,832 351 77,944 1,071 77,066 -193 134,870 11,515 123,899 -544 July -58,993 -10,474 -48,908 389 76,285 1,120 75,262 -97 135,278 11,595 124,169 -486 August -59,658 -10,856 -48,951 149 78,316 933 77,778 -396 137,974 11,790 126,729 -545 September -57,350 -9,978 -48,470 1,098 79,136 1,481 77,358 297 136,487 11,459 125,829 -801 October -55,376 -9,187 -47,976 1,787 79,492 1,357 77,978 157 134,868 10,544 125,955 -1,630 November -55,142 -9,733 -46,717 1,307 80,064 1,285 78,699 80 135,206 11,018 125,415 -1,227 December -57,806 -10,443 -48,209 847 79,708 1,046 78,810 -149 137,513 11,490 127,020 -996 2007 Jan.- Feb. -114,264 -21,090 -94,523 1,350 159,072 2,300 156,855 -84 273,336 23,390 251,378 -1,433 January (R) -56,947 -11,401 -45,588 42 81,031 1,225 79,796 10 137,978 12,626 125,384 -33 February -57,317 -9,690 -48,935 1,307 78,041 1,075 77,059 -93 135,358 10,764 125,994 -1,400 March April May June July August September October November December (1) Detailed data presented on a Census Basis. The information to convert to a BOP basis is not available. (2) The "residual" represents the difference between total exports or imports, and the sum of the components in the table. NOTE: For information on data sources, nonsampling errors and definitions, see the information section on page 27 of this release, or at www.census.gov/ft900 or www.bea.gov/bea/di/home/trade.htm. Page 18 17 Part B: NOT Seasonally Adjusted Exhibit 12. U.S. Trade in Goods In millions of dollars. Details may not equal totals due to rounding. (R) - Revised. Balance Exports Imports Period Total Balance of Payments Basis Total Census Basis Total Balance of Payments Basis Net Adjustments Total Census Basis Total Balance of Payments Basis Net Adjustments Total Census Basis 2005 Jan.- Dec. -782,740 -767,477 894,631 -11,347 905,978 1,677,371 3,916 1,673,455 Jan.- Feb. -112,486 -110,364 133,227 -1,542 134,769 245,713 580 245,133 January -57,625 -56,572 65,567 -762 66,328 123,192 292 122,900 February -54,860 -53,793 67,661 -780 68,441 122,521 287 122,233 March -56,700 -55,496 79,028 -926 79,954 135,728 278 135,451 April -60,386 -59,032 75,484 -941 76,424 135,869 413 135,456 May -61,475 -60,118 75,029 -1,044 76,073 136,504 314 136,191 June -64,686 -63,374 77,012 -1,040 78,052 141,698 272 141,426 July -66,999 -65,906 69,898 -711 70,609 136,898 382 136,515 August -70,417 -69,024 76,290 -1,084 77,373 146,707 310 146,397 September -73,183 -71,835 73,380 -1,001 74,381 146,563 347 146,216 October -77,869 -76,609 78,631 -922 79,552 156,500 338 156,162 November -72,663 -71,366 77,906 -973 78,879 150,569 324 150,245 December -65,876 -64,352 78,746 -1,164 79,910 144,622 360 144,262 2006 Jan.- Dec. -835,966 -818,002 1,023,689 -13,590 1,037,278 1,859,655 4,375 1,855,280 Jan.- Feb. -130,661 -128,176 151,022 -1,751 152,774 281,683 734 280,950 January -70,969 -69,725 74,393 -843 75,235 145,361 401 144,960 February -59,692 -58,452 76,630 -909 77,538 136,322 332 135,990 March -63,453 -62,155 90,997 -910 91,906 154,449 388 154,061 April -65,459 -64,158 82,153 -937 83,089 147,612 365 147,247 May -72,366 -70,957 86,778 -1,052 87,830 159,143 357 158,787 June -70,980 -69,644 89,711 -954 90,665 160,691 381 160,310 July -78,918 -77,437 79,042 -1,090 80,132 157,960 392 157,569 August -79,932 -78,279 88,158 -1,217 89,375 168,090 437 167,654 September -71,740 -70,108 87,132 -1,296 88,428 158,872 336 158,535 October -73,679 -71,994 91,173 -1,303 92,476 164,852 382 164,470 November -67,394 -65,486 89,796 -1,609 91,405 157,190 299 156,891 December -61,384 -59,609 87,728 -1,470 89,198 149,112 305 148,807 2007 Jan.- Feb. -122,056 -119,108 168,692 -2,271 170,963 290,748 678 290,071 January (R) -66,086 -64,473 84,720 -1,252 85,973 150,806 360 150,446 February -55,970 -54,634 83,971 -1,019 84,990 139,942 317 139,625 March April May June July August September October November December January data as published last month: -66,300 -64,692 84,530 -1,252 85,782 150,830 356 150,474 NOTE: For information on data sources, nonsampling errors, definitions and details concerning what is included in the Net Adjustments, see the information section on page 27 of this release, or at www.census.gov/ft900 or www.bea.gov/bea/di/home/trade.htm. Page 19 18 Part B: NOT Seasonally Adjusted Exhibit 13. Exports and Imports of Goods by Principal End-Use Category In millions of dollars. Details may not equal totals due to rounding. (R) - Revised. Total Balance End-Use Commodity Category Period of Payments Basis Net Adjustments Total Census Basis (1) Foods, Feeds, & Beverages Industrial Supplies (2) Capital Goods Automotive Vehicles, etc. Consumer Goods Other Goods Exports 2006 Jan.- Dec. 1,023,689 -13,590 1,037,278 65,918 275,743 414,023 107,165 129,240 45,189 Jan.- Feb. 151,022 -1,751 152,774 10,077 40,049 60,635 16,266 19,320 6,427 January 74,393 -843 75,235 4,992 20,030 29,934 7,555 9,458 3,267 February 76,630 -909 77,538 5,085 20,018 30,701 8,711 9,862 3,160 March 90,997 -910 91,906 5,771 23,965 37,592 9,705 11,583 3,290 April 82,153 -937 83,089 4,817 22,340 33,498 9,046 9,984 3,405 May 86,778 -1,052 87,830 5,182 24,135 34,388 9,740 10,926 3,460 June 89,711 -954 90,665 5,055 23,995 36,741 9,539 11,582 3,754 July 79,042 -1,090 80,132 5,092 22,446 32,168 6,895 10,004 3,527 August 88,158 -1,217 89,375 5,472 24,517 35,207 9,426 10,821 3,931 September 87,132 -1,296 88,428 5,396 23,735 35,404 8,898 10,833 4,162 October 91,173 -1,303 92,476 6,590 24,452 36,132 9,536 11,631 4,136 November 89,796 -1,609 91,405 6,384 23,560 35,723 9,453 11,566 4,720 December 87,728 -1,470 89,198 6,083 22,550 36,536 8,663 10,989 4,377 2007 Jan.- Feb. 168,692 -2,271 170,963 12,385 45,719 66,017 16,755 22,245 7,842 January (R) 84,720 -1,252 85,973 6,097 23,127 33,840 7,762 11,091 4,056 February 83,971 -1,019 84,990 6,288 22,592 32,178 8,993 11,154 3,786 March April May June July August September October November December Imports 2006 Jan.- Dec. 1,859,655 4,375 1,855,280 74,940 602,959 418,450 256,675 442,755 59,501 Jan.- Feb. 281,683 734 280,950 11,699 94,132 61,537 40,435 63,938 9,209 January 145,361 401 144,960 6,216 48,956 31,987 19,725 33,243 4,833 February 136,322 332 135,990 5,483 45,176 29,550 20,710 30,694 4,376 March 154,449 388 154,061 6,592 47,691 36,302 23,080 35,390 5,007 April 147,612 365 147,247 6,006 49,409 33,406 21,571 32,081 4,774 May 159,143 357 158,787 6,291 55,287 34,774 21,970 35,627 4,837 June 160,691 381 160,310 6,142 53,401 36,294 22,608 36,809 5,056 July 157,960 392 157,569 5,995 55,287 35,428 18,484 37,520 4,855 August 168,090 437 167,654 6,322 58,293 36,802 21,336 39,974 4,925 September 158,872 336 158,535 5,954 51,537 35,386 20,004 40,713 4,942 October 164,852 382 164,470 6,699 48,341 37,293 22,400 44,302 5,435 November 157,190 299 156,891 6,672 44,841 36,235 22,538 41,189 5,417 December 149,112 305 148,807 6,566 44,741 34,994 22,249 35,214 5,043 2007 Jan.- Feb. 290,748 678 290,071 12,876 87,052 67,988 39,685 72,872 9,597 January (R) 150,806 360 150,446 6,762 46,894 35,107 19,237 37,532 4,914 February 139,942 317 139,625 6,114 40,158 32,881 20,447 35,340 4,684 March April May June July August September October November December (1) Detailed data are presented on a Census basis. The information needed to convert to a BOP basis is not available. (2) Includes petroleum and petroleum products. NOTE: For information on data sources, nonsampling errors and definitions, see the information section on page 27 of this release, or at www.census.gov/ft900 or www.bea.gov/bea/di/home/trade.htm. Page 20 19 Part B: NOT Seasonally Adjusted Exhibit 14. Exports, Imports, and Balance of Goods By Selected Countries and Areas--2007 In millions of dollars. Details may not equal totals due to rounding. (-) Represents zero or less than one half of measurement shown. (R) - Revised. (X) - Not applicable. Balance Exports Imports Item (1) February 2007 January 2007 Year-to-date February 2007 January 2007 Year-to-date February 2007 January 2007 Year-to-date Total Balance of Payments Basis -55,970 (R) -66,086 -122,056 83,971 (R) 84,720 168,692 139,942 (R) 150,806 290,748 Net Adjustments -1,336 (R) -1,613 -2,948 -1,019 (R) -1,252 -2,271 317 (R) 360 678 Total Census Basis -54,634 (R) -64,473 -119,108 84,990 (R) 85,973 170,963 139,625 (R) 150,446 290,071 North America -9,890 (R) -11,358 -21,247 28,308 (R) 28,522 56,830 38,198 39,880 78,078 Canada -4,809 (R) -6,775 -11,584 18,252 (R) 17,777 36,029 23,061 24,552 47,613 Mexico -5,081 -4,582 -9,663 10,056 10,745 20,801 15,137 15,327 30,464 Europe -7,206 -7,659 -14,865 21,837 21,983 43,820 29,043 29,641 58,684 European Union -6,363 -6,504 -12,867 19,206 19,595 38,802 25,569 26,099 51,668 Austria -573 -190 -763 226 454 680 799 644 1,443 Belgium 737 686 1,423 1,839 1,824 3,663 1,102 1,138 2,241 Czech Republic -91 -73 -163 76 110 185 167 182 349 Finland -175 -187 -363 213 216 429 388 404 792 France -734 -567 -1,301 2,268 2,383 4,651 3,001 2,951 5,952 Germany -3,335 -3,341 -6,676 3,717 3,593 7,310 7,052 6,934 13,986 Hungary -104 -96 -201 110 104 215 215 201 415 Ireland -1,540 -1,721 -3,261 924 757 1,681 2,464 2,478 4,942 Italy -1,346 -1,507 -2,854 1,078 1,127 2,205 2,425 2,634 5,059 Netherlands 1,550 1,886 3,436 2,528 3,049 5,577 978 1,163 2,141 Poland -2 100 98 152 262 415 155 162 317 Spain 26 -111 -85 701 716 1,417 675 827 1,502 Sweden -744 -737 -1,481 332 342 674 1,076 1,079 2,155 United Kingdom 245 -439 -194 4,092 3,681 7,773 3,846 4,121 7,967 Other EU -276 -206 -482 951 976 1,927 1,227 1,182 2,409 Norway -327 -335 -661 198 215 413 525 550 1,075 Russia -739 -629 -1,367 436 384 820 1,175 1,012 2,187 Switzerland -13 -27 -40 1,111 1,070 2,181 1,124 1,097 2,221 Other Europe 236 -164 71 885 719 1,604 650 883 1,533 Euro Area -5,336 -4,955 -10,291 13,974 14,649 28,623 19,310 19,604 38,914 Pacific Rim Countries -27,811 -31,600 -59,411 20,637 21,177 41,814 48,448 52,777 101,225 Australia 895 723 1,618 1,407 1,424 2,831 512 701 1,213 China -18,434 -21,271 -39,705 4,631 4,364 8,995 23,064 25,635 48,700 Japan -7,060 -6,498 -13,558 4,810 4,989 9,800 11,870 11,488 23,357 Malaysia -1,665 -1,996 -3,662 939 933 1,872 2,605 2,929 5,534 Philippines -117 -144 -261 589 610 1,199 706 754 1,460 Newly Industrialized Countries (NICS) -473 -1,447 -1,919 7,838 8,111 15,948 8,310 9,558 17,868 Hong Kong 761 1,080 1,842 1,252 1,611 2,863 491 531 1,022 Korea -1,080 -1,552 -2,632 2,533 2,693 5,227 3,614 4,246 7,859 Singapore 773 469 1,242 2,204 2,023 4,227 1,430 1,554 2,984 Taiwan -927 -1,444 -2,371 1,848 1,783 3,632 2,776 3,227 6,003 Other Pacific Rim -957 -968 -1,925 423 745 1,169 1,380 1,713 3,093 South/Central America -1,706 -2,215 -3,921 7,422 7,941 15,363 9,129 10,156 19,284 Argentina 17 60 77 355 399 754 338 339 677 Brazil -120 149 29 1,538 2,186 3,724 1,658 2,036 3,694 Chile -225 -444 -670 552 495 1,047 777 939 1,716 Colombia -35 -128 -163 621 606 1,228 656 735 1,391 Other S/C A -1,344 -1,851 -3,195 4,356 4,256 8,612 5,701 6,106 11,807 OPEC -7,035 -9,316 -16,351 2,895 2,999 5,894 9,930 12,315 22,245 Indonesia -764 -1,013 -1,778 241 279 521 1,006 1,293 2,298 Nigeria -1,872 -1,982 -3,854 208 178 386 2,080 2,160 4,240 Saudi Arabia -1,132 -1,934 -3,066 569 564 1,133 1,701 2,498 4,199 Venezuela -1,556 -1,767 -3,323 677 696 1,374 2,233 2,463 4,697 Other OPEC -1,711 -2,620 -4,331 1,199 1,281 2,481 2,910 3,901 6,811 Africa -3,718 -5,225 -8,943 1,890 1,527 3,417 5,608 6,751 12,359 Algeria -939 -1,279 -2,218 91 96 187 1,030 1,375 2,405 Egypt 273 177 451 406 355 761 132 177 310 South Africa -388 -278 -666 346 337 683 734 615 1,349 Other Africa -2,664 -3,845 -6,509 1,047 739 1,786 3,712 4,584 8,296 Other Countries -3,269 -4,564 -7,833 3,339 3,150 6,488 6,608 7,714 14,322 India -802 -967 -1,770 898 1,032 1,930 1,701 1,999 3,700 Thailand -988 -1,152 -2,139 623 656 1,280 1,611 1,808 3,419 Other -1,479 -2,445 -3,924 1,817 1,462 3,279 3,296 3,907 7,203 Unidentified Countries (2) (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) Timing Adjustments (X) 122 122 (X) 94 94 (X) -28 -28 (1) Detailed data are presented on a Census basis. The information needed to convert to a BOP basis is not available. (2) The export totals reflect shipments of certain grains, oilseeds, and satellites that are not included in the country/area totals. NOTES:

  • This exhibit is not additive; countries may be included in more than one area grouping. See page 28 for a list of countries.
  • For information on data sources, nonsampling errors and definitions, see the information section on page 27 of this release, or at

www.census.gov/ft900 or www.bea.gov/bea/di/home/trade.htm. Page 21 20 Part B: NOT Seasonally Adjusted Exhibit 14a. Exports, Imports, and Balance of Goods By Selected Countries and Areas--2006 In millions of dollars. Details may not equal totals due to rounding. (-) Represents zero or less than one half of measurement shown. (X) - Not applicable. Balance Exports Imports Item (1) February 2006 January 2006 Year-to-date February 2006 January 2006 Year-to-date February 2006 January 2006 Year-to-date Total Balance of Payments Basis -59,692 -70,969 -130,661 76,630 74,393 151,022 136,322 145,361 281,683 Net Adjustments -1,241 -1,244 -2,485 -909 -843 -1,751 332 401 734 Total Census Basis -58,452 -69,725 -128,176 77,538 75,235 152,774 135,990 144,960 280,950 North America -11,961 -13,583 -25,544 27,710 27,885 55,595 39,671 41,468 81,139 Canada -7,234 -8,946 -16,180 17,629 17,258 34,888 24,863 26,205 51,068 Mexico -4,727 -4,637 -9,364 10,081 10,626 20,708 14,808 15,263 30,072 Europe -9,759 -11,679 -21,439 18,713 17,143 35,856 28,472 28,823 57,295 European Union -8,267 -9,742 -18,010 16,196 15,218 31,414 24,464 24,960 49,424 Austria -252 -334 -586 216 211 427 468 544 1,012 Belgium 382 479 861 1,546 1,497 3,043 1,164 1,018 2,182 Czech Republic -87 -97 -184 82 76 158 168 173 341 Finland -147 -198 -345 172 164 335 319 362 681 France -1,071 -851 -1,922 1,812 2,064 3,876 2,883 2,915 5,798 Germany -3,824 -3,961 -7,785 3,191 2,656 5,847 7,015 6,617 13,632 Hungary -93 -248 -341 85 82 167 178 330 508 Ireland -1,335 -1,522 -2,856 737 717 1,454 2,072 2,239 4,311 Italy -1,271 -1,589 -2,860 1,013 980 1,992 2,284 2,569 4,852 Netherlands 1,219 756 1,976 2,364 2,185 4,549 1,145 1,428 2,573 Poland -41 -94 -136 115 106 221 156 200 357 Spain -108 -149 -257 650 539 1,189 757 688 1,445 Sweden -882 -711 -1,593 308 302 610 1,190 1,013 2,203 United Kingdom -393 -680 -1,073 3,442 3,145 6,587 3,835 3,825 7,660 Other EU -365 -543 -908 464 495 960 830 1,039 1,868 Norway -397 -403 -799 194 171 366 591 574 1,165 Russia -982 -988 -1,970 346 315 661 1,328 1,303 2,632 Switzerland 136 -213 -76 1,167 837 2,004 1,030 1,050 2,080 Other Europe -250 -334 -583 809 602 1,411 1,058 936 1,994 Euro Area -6,460 -7,532 -13,991 11,917 11,225 23,142 18,377 18,757 37,133 Pacific Rim Countries -23,816 -28,601 -52,417 18,657 18,600 37,257 42,474 47,200 89,674 Australia 727 925 1,652 1,193 1,586 2,778 466 660 1,126 China -13,840 -17,911 -31,750 4,087 3,494 7,581 17,927 21,405 39,331 Japan -7,114 -6,452 -13,566 4,524 4,417 8,941 11,637 10,869 22,507 Malaysia -1,614 -1,936 -3,550 866 879 1,744 2,480 2,815 5,295 Philippines -140 -148 -288 575 648 1,223 715 796 1,511 Newly Industrialized Countries (NICS) -1,071 -2,178 -3,249 6,854 6,961 13,815 7,925 9,139 17,064 Hong Kong 644 450 1,093 1,197 1,203 2,400 553 753 1,307 Korea -1,189 -1,339 -2,527 2,386 2,551 4,937 3,575 3,890 7,464 Singapore 507 311 818 1,740 1,624 3,364 1,234 1,313 2,547 Taiwan -1,033 -1,600 -2,633 1,530 1,583 3,113 2,563 3,183 5,746 Other Pacific Rim -765 -901 -1,666 559 615 1,174 1,324 1,516 2,840 South/Central America -3,882 -4,547 -8,429 6,252 6,483 12,735 10,133 11,030 21,164 Argentina -26 -26 -52 296 343 638 321 369 690 Brazil -618 -623 -1,242 1,258 1,390 2,648 1,877 2,013 3,890 Chile -375 -362 -737 368 478 846 743 841 1,583 Colombia -256 -311 -567 463 462 925 719 773 1,493 Other S/C A -2,607 -3,224 -5,831 3,867 3,810 7,677 6,474 7,034 13,508 OPEC -7,335 -8,448 -15,783 3,279 2,717 5,996 10,613 11,165 21,779 Indonesia -732 -833 -1,565 224 232 455 955 1,065 2,021 Nigeria -2,081 -2,453 -4,535 133 143 276 2,214 2,597 4,811 Saudi Arabia -1,766 -1,831 -3,597 545 506 1,051 2,311 2,336 4,647 Venezuela -2,284 -2,531 -4,815 642 591 1,233 2,925 3,123 6,048 Other OPEC -472 -800 -1,271 1,735 1,245 2,981 2,207 2,045 4,252 Africa -4,607 -4,824 -9,431 1,228 1,216 2,444 5,835 6,040 11,875 Algeria -811 -775 -1,586 76 59 135 887 833 1,721 Egypt 67 68 135 207 294 501 140 225 365 South Africa -155 -246 -401 320 302 623 476 549 1,024 Other Africa -3,708 -3,871 -7,579 624 562 1,186 4,332 4,433 8,765 Other Countries -3,432 -4,658 -8,090 2,876 2,353 5,229 6,308 7,011 13,319 India -850 -1,257 -2,106 717 596 1,314 1,567 1,853 3,420 Thailand -1,076 -1,069 -2,145 496 589 1,085 1,572 1,658 3,229 Other -1,507 -2,332 -3,839 1,662 1,168 2,831 3,169 3,500 6,669 Unidentified Countries (2) (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) (1) Detailed data are presented on a Census basis. The information needed to convert to a BOP basis is not available. (2) The export totals reflect shipments of certain grains, oilseeds, and satellites that are not included in the country/area totals. NOTES:

  • This exhibit is not additive; countries may be included in more than one area grouping. See page 28 for a list of countries.
  • For information on data sources, nonsampling errors and definitions, see the information section on page 27 of this release, or at

www.census.gov/ft900 or www.bea.gov/bea/di/home/trade.htm. Page 22 21 Part B: NOT Seasonally Adjusted Exhibit 15. Exports and Imports of Goods By Principal SITC Commodities In millions of dollars. Details may not equal totals due to rounding. This exhibit is not additive. (R) - Revised. (X) - Not applicable. (-) Represents zero or less than one half of measurement shown. 2007 2006 Item (1) February January Year-to-date Year-to-date Exports Imports Exports Imports Exports Imports Exports Imports Total Balance of Payment Basis 83,971 139,942 (R) 84,720 (R) 150,806 168,692 290,748 151,022 281,683 Net Adjustments -1,019 317 (R) -1,252 (R) 360 -2,271 678 -1,751 734 Total Census Basis (2) 84,990 139,625 (R) 85,973 (R) 150,446 170,963 290,071 152,774 280,950 Manufactured goods (3) 63,808 110,949 64,676 116,210 128,484 227,159 115,572 211,990 Agricultural commodities (3) 6,623 5,531 6,590 5,976 13,213 11,507 11,236 10,576 Mineral fuels (3) 2,571 20,386 2,773 25,081 5,344 45,466 4,651 52,661 Selected commodities (3) ADP equipment and office machines 2,239 7,579 2,473 8,749 4,712 16,328 4,536 15,158 Airplane parts 1,627 605 1,713 611 3,339 1,216 3,085 930 Airplanes 3,518 1,109 3,427 1,186 6,946 2,296 6,011 1,910 Alcoholic beverages, distilled 65 341 48 419 114 760 112 659 Aluminum 450 1,200 490 1,222 939 2,422 842 2,188 Animal feeds 443 75 388 72 831 148 766 127 Artwork and antiques 234 553 367 744 601 1,297 360 1,038 Basketware, etc. 570 856 625 852 1,195 1,708 952 1,397 Cereal flour 208 254 244 282 451 537 334 467 Chemicals - cosmetics 772 641 768 669 1,540 1,310 1,392 1,239 Chemicals - dyeing 417 244 410 244 827 487 746 474 Chemicals - fertilizers 196 374 202 383 398 757 432 860 Chemicals - inorganic 757 896 916 892 1,674 1,787 1,232 1,719 Chemicals - medicinal 2,573 4,130 2,617 4,183 5,189 8,313 4,278 6,672 Chemicals - n.e.s. 1,591 853 1,552 866 3,143 1,719 2,767 1,522 Chemicals - organic 2,652 3,350 2,719 4,007 5,371 7,357 4,203 6,832 Chemicals - plastics 2,741 1,317 2,859 1,393 5,600 2,710 4,841 3,084 Cigarettes 100 13 83 19 182 32 214 35 Clothing 276 6,107 256 6,722 532 12,829 636 11,651 Coal 221 155 301 194 522 349 510 373 Coffee (-) 229 1 276 1 504 1 405 Copper 232 789 268 968 500 1,757 431 1,829 Cork, wood, and lumber 381 589 344 689 725 1,278 674 1,814 Corn 781 11 707 10 1,488 21 901 20 Cotton, raw and linters 276 (-) 240 1 515 1 885 3 Crude fertilizers and minerals 162 124 149 132 311 255 275 286 Crude oil 60 13,305 42 17,220 102 30,525 112 32,890 Electrical machinery 6,142 8,580 6,390 8,804 12,531 17,384 12,603 16,129 Fish and preparations 363 983 160 1,198 523 2,181 530 1,941 Footwear 45 1,680 39 1,745 84 3,425 77 3,131 Furniture and bedding 383 2,779 377 2,926 759 5,705 752 5,326 Gem diamonds 247 1,500 309 1,501 556 3,001 577 2,688 General industrial machines 3,580 4,953 3,618 4,875 7,198 9,828 6,726 9,207 Glass 244 226 253 240 497 465 484 443 Glassware 68 180 74 199 142 379 120 349 Gold, nonmonetary 614 322 604 384 1,219 706 1,194 939 Hides and skins 155 4 146 5 301 9 266 12 Iron and steel mill products 1,040 2,321 1,065 2,506 2,104 4,827 1,831 4,657 Jewelry 389 731 315 846 704 1,577 628 1,395 Lighting and plumbing 131 642 135 626 266 1,268 262 1,211 Liquefied propane and butane 76 280 94 362 170 642 201 796 Live animals 40 227 33 239 73 467 78 475 Page 23 22 Part B: NOT Seasonally Adjusted Exhibit 15. Exports and Imports of Goods By Principal SITC Commodities--continued 2007 2006 February January Year-to-date Year-to-date Exports Imports Exports Imports Exports Imports Exports Imports Meat and preparations 623 397 620 445 1,243 842 1,085 860 Metal manufactures, n.e.s. 1,320 2,141 1,338 2,352 2,658 4,492 2,422 4,148 Metal ores and scrap 1,606 529 1,499 539 3,105 1,068 1,883 889 Metalworking machines 421 539 450 694 872 1,233 1,231 1,315 Mineral fuels, other 355 209 356 302 710 511 652 521 Natural gas 250 2,327 198 2,096 448 4,423 466 7,254 Nickel 101 323 96 358 197 681 151 405 Oils and fats of vegetable 118 167 115 217 233 385 147 362 Optical goods 254 380 269 367 523 747 498 647 Paper and paperboard 1,002 1,358 1,070 1,437 2,072 2,794 1,897 2,809 Petroleum preparations 1,530 3,937 1,703 4,748 3,233 8,685 2,540 10,365 Photographic equipment 279 212 280 198 559 410 543 665 Plastic articles, n.e.s. 700 1,162 713 1,214 1,413 2,375 1,362 2,251 Platinum 137 623 126 560 263 1,183 156 896 Pottery 9 135 7 149 17 284 13 266 Power generating machines 3,516 3,678 3,789 3,666 7,304 7,344 6,517 6,718 Printed materials 437 383 459 423 896 805 828 759 Pulp and waste paper 459 256 509 303 968 559 871 492 Records and magnetic media 371 515 485 580 857 1,095 798 1,064 Rice 141 33 122 33 262 66 272 56 Rubber articles, n.e.s. 156 241 148 250 304 491 277 467 Rubber tires and tubes 250 667 232 762 481 1,430 459 1,333 Scientific instruments 3,042 2,541 3,005 2,615 6,047 5,157 5,620 4,682 Ships and boats 210 155 181 168 392 323 282 329 Silver and bullion 46 193 49 189 95 383 56 285 Soybeans 1,012 7 1,005 4 2,017 10 1,493 6 Spacecraft (-) (-) 139 (-) 139 (-) (-) (-) Specialized industrial machines 3,368 2,598 3,904 2,879 7,272 5,477 5,440 5,134 Sugar 2 27 3 59 5 86 2 127 TV's, VCR's, etc. 1,732 8,821 1,837 9,545 3,568 18,365 3,233 15,525 Textile yarn, fabric 926 1,686 923 1,896 1,850 3,582 1,877 3,499 Tobacco, unmanufactured 154 91 102 61 256 152 234 95 Toys, games, and sporting goods 333 1,953 349 1,880 681 3,834 587 2,875 Travel goods 36 554 32 601 68 1,155 81 981 Vegetables and fruits 857 1,651 930 1,742 1,787 3,393 1,628 3,045 Vehicles 7,031 16,852 5,880 15,662 12,912 32,513 12,124 33,318 Watches, clocks, and parts 24 305 23 281 46 586 37 535 Wheat 416 39 471 37 887 76 712 37 Wood manufactures 159 750 148 827 307 1,577 295 2,001 Re-exports 8,627 (X) 8,707 (X) 17,334 (X) 16,543 (X) Agricultural commodities 236 (X) 245 (X) 481 (X) 434 (X) Manufactured goods 8,308 (X) 8,375 (X) 16,683 (X) 15,951 (X) Mineral fuels 11 (X) 12 (X) 23 (X) 10 (X) (1) Detailed data are presented on a Census basis. The information needed to convert to a BOP basis is not available. (2) Total exports (Domestic and Foreign) (3) Domestic exports NOTE: For information on data sources, nonsampling errors and definitions, see the information section on page 27 of this release, or at www.census.gov/ft900 or www.bea.gov/bea/di/home/trade.htm. Page 24 23 Part B: NOT Seasonally Adjusted Exhibit 16. Exports, Imports, and Balance of Advanced Technology Products In millions of dollars. Details may not equal totals due to rounding. Period Balance Exports Imports 2005 Jan.- Dec. -43,686 216,055 259,742 Jan.- Feb. -6,990 30,065 37,055 January -3,679 15,274 18,953 February -3,311 14,791 18,102 March -1,559 19,534 21,093 April -2,229 18,660 20,890 May -3,900 17,114 21,014 June -3,565 19,301 22,866 July -4,010 17,439 21,449 August -3,151 18,576 21,726 September -5,507 17,170 22,677 October -4,745 18,925 23,670 November -4,895 18,946 23,841 December -3,135 20,326 23,461 2006 Jan.- Dec. -38,279 252,569 290,848 Jan.- Feb. -4,779 36,702 41,481 January -3,376 18,290 21,666 February -1,403 18,413 19,815 March -2,469 22,871 25,340 April -1,728 19,776 21,504 May -2,912 19,947 22,859 June -2,499 22,223 24,722 July -4,600 19,602 24,202 August -3,596 21,339 24,935 September -4,180 22,040 26,220 October -4,823 22,293 27,117 November -4,452 22,767 27,219 December -2,240 23,009 25,249 2007 Jan.- Feb. -8,837 40,242 49,079 January -4,661 20,843 25,504 February -4,176 19,399 23,575 March April May June July August September October November December NOTE: Data not available on a Balance of Payments basis. For information on data sources, nonsampling errors and definitions, see the information section on page 27 of this release, or at www.census.gov/ft900 or www.bea.gov/bea/di/home/trade.htm. Page 25 24 Part B: NOT Seasonally Adjusted Exhibit 16a. Exports, Imports, and Balance of Advanced Technology Products by Technology Group and Selected Countries and Areas In millions of dollars. Details may not equal totals due to rounding. 2007 2006 Technology Group February January Year-to-date Year-to-date Balance Exports Imports Balance Exports Imports Balance Exports Imports Balance Exports Imports Total -4,176 19,399 23,575 -4,661 20,843 25,504 -8,837 40,242 49,079 -4,779 36,702 41,481 Advanced Materials -74 116 191 -83 113 196 -157 229 387 -110 200 310 Aerospace 3,943 6,529 2,585 4,005 6,664 2,660 7,948 13,193 5,245 7,255 11,614 4,359 Biotechnology 378 718 340 247 652 404 626 1,370 744 129 838 709 Electronics 1,598 3,711 2,113 1,908 4,162 2,253 3,506 7,873 4,366 3,709 8,040 4,331 Flexible Manufacturing -15 720 735 26 960 934 11 1,680 1,669 468 2,047 1,578 Information and Communications -7,445 5,368 12,813 -7,877 5,914 13,791 -15,322 11,281 26,604 -13,052 10,030 23,082 Life Science -1,412 1,537 2,949 -1,652 1,525 3,177 -3,064 3,061 6,126 -2,049 2,714 4,763 Nuclear Technology -131 119 249 121 328 206 -9 446 456 -100 200 300 Opto-Electronics -1,156 396 1,553 -1,458 372 1,830 -2,614 768 3,383 -1,215 723 1,937 Weapons 138 186 48 101 154 53 240 340 100 185 297 112 2007 2006 Selected Countries and Areas February January Year-to-date Year-to-date Balance Exports Imports Balance Exports Imports Balance Exports Imports Balance Exports Imports Total -4,176 19,399 23,575 -4,661 20,843 25,504 -8,837 40,242 49,079 -4,779 36,702 41,481 North America -743 3,009 3,752 -1,015 3,347 4,362 -1,757 6,356 8,113 123 6,413 6,290 Canada 620 1,834 1,213 255 1,850 1,594 876 3,684 2,808 1,253 3,608 2,355 Mexico -1,363 1,175 2,538 -1,270 1,497 2,767 -2,633 2,672 5,306 -1,130 2,805 3,935 European Union 878 5,978 5,100 1,608 6,732 5,125 2,486 12,711 10,225 834 9,509 8,674 France -20 1,054 1,074 223 1,148 925 203 2,202 1,999 -48 1,556 1,604 Germany 182 1,167 984 204 1,200 995 387 2,366 1,979 26 1,781 1,754 Ireland -847 484 1,331 -927 339 1,266 -1,773 823 2,596 -1,149 716 1,865 Italy 30 195 165 34 232 197 64 427 362 54 386 333 United Kingdom 487 1,155 668 402 1,194 792 890 2,349 1,459 593 1,940 1,347 Other EU 1,031 1,902 870 1,664 2,608 944 2,695 4,509 1,814 1,337 3,101 1,764 Pacific Rim Countries -6,369 6,910 13,279 -7,002 7,603 14,605 -13,371 14,513 27,884 -9,868 14,007 23,875 China -4,648 1,213 5,861 -5,487 1,181 6,667 -10,135 2,394 12,529 -7,955 2,033 9,988 Japan -795 1,310 2,105 -358 1,699 2,057 -1,153 3,008 4,162 -1,092 2,734 3,826 Australia 236 277 41 240 289 49 476 566 90 671 748 77 Indonesia -48 27 75 -42 17 59 -90 44 134 -71 44 115 Malaysia -1,312 518 1,829 -1,450 598 2,048 -2,762 1,116 3,877 -2,409 1,199 3,608 Philippines 84 363 279 92 372 280 176 736 560 206 793 588 Newly Industrialized Countries (NICS) 86 3,159 3,073 -309 3,121 3,429 -222 6,280 6,502 369 6,022 5,653 Hong Kong 378 441 63 629 693 63 1,007 1,134 127 743 862 119 Korea -406 831 1,237 -407 960 1,367 -813 1,790 2,604 225 2,239 2,014 Singapore 338 1,081 744 42 896 854 380 1,978 1,598 223 1,700 1,476 Taiwan -223 806 1,029 -573 572 1,145 -796 1,378 2,175 -821 1,222 2,043 Other Pacific Rim 28 43 15 312 326 14 340 369 29 413 433 19 South/Central America 1,089 1,355 266 1,280 1,458 178 2,369 2,813 444 1,888 2,383 494 Brazil 364 487 123 499 571 71 864 1,058 194 643 895 252 Other S/C America 725 868 143 780 887 107 1,505 1,755 249 1,245 1,487 242 Other Countries 981 2,167 1,186 474 1,715 1,241 1,454 3,882 2,427 2,265 4,421 2,156 India 275 323 48 428 480 52 704 803 100 342 447 105 Israel -64 156 220 -70 202 272 -134 358 492 88 486 398 Thailand -337 208 545 -303 268 571 -640 476 1,116 -592 429 1,022 Other 1,106 1,480 373 418 765 347 1,525 2,244 720 2,427 3,058 631 NOTE: Data not available on a Balance of Payments basis. For information on data sources, nonsampling errors and definitions, see the information section on page 27 of the FT-900 release, or at www.census.gov/ft900 or www.bea.gov/bea/di/home/trade.htm. Page 26 25 Part B: NOT Seasonally Adjusted Exhibit 17. Imports of Energy-Related Petroleum Products, Including Crude Oil Details may not equal totals due to rounding. Total energy-related petroleum products (1) Crude oil Period Quantity (thousands of barrels) Value (thousands of dollars) Quantity (thousands of barrels) Thousands of barrels per day (average) Value (thousands of dollars) Unit price (dollars) 2006 Jan.- Dec. 4,887,772 291,285,295 3,741,205 10,250 216,998,507 58.00 Jan.- Feb. 794,509 43,317,798 593,844 10,065 31,360,266 52.81 January 415,788 22,579,751 302,812 9,768 15,724,715 51.93 February 378,721 20,738,047 291,032 10,394 15,635,550 53.72 March 397,983 21,517,289 312,479 10,080 16,330,455 52.26 April 392,159 23,396,506 293,844 9,795 16,695,611 56.82 May 433,399 27,906,197 323,827 10,446 19,992,671 61.74 June 420,067 26,958,936 330,862 11,029 20,527,259 62.04 July 423,624 28,438,931 321,576 10,373 20,849,998 64.84 August 450,451 30,497,305 343,485 11,080 22,710,736 66.12 September 413,659 25,808,397 316,591 10,553 19,792,869 62.52 October 399,830 22,315,158 311,758 10,057 17,292,560 55.47 November 381,230 20,238,356 299,401 9,980 15,642,961 52.25 December 380,861 20,890,421 293,538 9,469 15,803,122 53.84 2007 Jan.- Feb. 749,976 39,357,977 572,977 9,711 29,543,589 51.56 January 418,158 22,010,536 320,108 10,326 16,720,818 52.23 February 331,818 17,347,440 252,869 9,031 12,822,771 50.71 March April May June July August September October November December (1) Details shown for these Energy-Related Petroleum Products are not available on a Balance of Payments basis. These products include the following SITC commodity groupings: crude oil, petroleum preparations, and liquefied propane and butane gas. NOTE: For information on data sources, nonsampling errors and definitions, see the information section on page 27 of this release, or at www.census.gov/ft900 or www.bea.gov/bea/di/home/trade.htm. Page 27 26 Part B: NOT Seasonally Adjusted Exhibit 18. Exports and Imports of Motor Vehicles and Parts By Selected Countries: 2007 In millions of dollars. Details may not equal totals due to rounding. (X) Not applicable. (-) Represents zero or less than one half of the measurement shown. Exports Total Cars Trucks Parts Country February January Year-to- date February January Year-to- date February January Year-to- date February January Year-to- date TOTAL 9,181 7,965 17,146 2,906 2,081 4,987 1,298 1,074 2,372 4,977 4,810 9,787 Australia 162 140 302 49 28 78 53 43 96 60 69 129 Austria 71 70 140 4 3 7 (-) (-) (-) 67 66 133 Belgium 53 61 114 21 19 40 (-) 2 3 32 39 71 Brazil 49 67 117 1 3 4 (-) (-) (-) 48 64 112 Canada 4,719 4,040 8,759 1,055 725 1,780 928 735 1,664 2,736 2,579 5,314 Germany 698 394 1,092 548 262 810 13 7 20 137 125 262 Japan 202 171 373 38 22 61 3 2 6 161 146 307 Korea 61 53 115 17 18 35 2 3 5 41 33 74 Mexico 1,489 1,392 2,881 314 257 571 75 70 145 1,100 1,066 2,165 Saudi Arabia 105 116 221 83 87 170 9 15 23 13 14 27 Sweden 30 29 58 10 8 19 1 (-) 1 19 20 39 Taiwan 10 10 20 4 3 7 (-) 1 1 6 6 12 United Kingdom 189 124 313 94 39 133 8 7 15 87 78 165 Other 1,343 1,298 2,641 667 605 1,272 204 189 393 471 505 976 Imports TOTAL 19,434 18,473 37,908 10,802 9,836 20,638 1,803 1,626 3,429 6,829 7,011 13,840 Australia 11 15 25 (-) (-) 1 (-) (-) 1 10 15 24 Austria 325 146 471 311 132 443 (-) (-) (-) 13 14 27 Belgium 110 70 180 79 47 126 16 8 25 14 16 30 Brazil 94 133 227 (-) 20 20 1 8 9 92 105 197 Canada 5,324 5,176 10,500 2,931 2,728 5,660 909 949 1,858 1,483 1,499 2,982 Germany 1,779 1,784 3,564 1,273 1,258 2,532 11 11 22 495 515 1,010 Japan 4,807 4,423 9,230 3,853 3,421 7,274 88 118 206 866 884 1,750 Korea 930 1,137 2,068 717 883 1,600 (-) (-) (-) 213 254 468 Mexico 3,722 3,260 6,982 906 769 1,674 703 467 1,170 2,114 2,025 4,138 Saudi Arabia (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) Sweden 214 195 409 178 169 347 19 3 22 17 24 40 Taiwan 169 184 353 4 2 6 (-) (-) (-) 165 182 347 United Kingdom 384 248 632 282 138 420 28 28 56 74 83 157 Other 1,566 1,700 3,265 266 270 536 27 34 61 1,273 1,395 2,668 NOTE: Data not available on a Balance of Payments basis. For information on data sources, nonsampling errors and definitions, see the information on page 27 of this release, or at www.census.gov/ft900 or www.bea.gov/bea/di/home/trade.htm. Page 28 27 INFORMATION ON GOODS AND SERVICES GOODS CENSUS BASIS The Census basis goods data are compiled from the documents collected by the U.S. Customs Border and Protection and reflect the movement of goods between foreign countries and the 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, and U.S. Foreign Trade Zones. They include government and non-government shipments of goods, and exclude shipments between the United States and its territories and possessions, transactions with U.S. military, diplomatic and consular installations abroad, U.S. goods returned to the United States by its Armed Forces, personal and household effects of travelers, and in-transit shipments. The General Imports value reflects the total arrival of merchandise from foreign countries that immediately enters consumption channels, warehouses, or Foreign Trade Zones. For imports, the value reported is the U.S. Customs Border and Protection appraised value of merchandise; generally, the price paid for merchandise for export to the United States. Import duties, freight, insurance, and other charges incurred in bringing merchandise to the United States are excluded. Exports are valued at the f.a.s.- free alongside ship value of merchandise at the U.S. port of export, based on the transaction price including inland freight, insurance, and other charges incurred in placing the merchandise alongside the carrier at the U.S. port of exportation. Monthly data include actual month's transactions as well as a small number of transactions for previous months. Each month we revise the aggregate seasonally adjusted (current and chain-weighted dollar) and unadjusted export, import and trade balance figures, as well as the end-use totals for the prior month. SITC and country detail data are not revised monthly. The timing adjustment shown in Exhibit 14 is the difference between monthly data as originally reported and as recompiled. Quarterly revisions are made to the chain- weighted dollar series. In the last month of each quarter, the current and previous quarter are revised to incorporate the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ monthly revisions and align Census and the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis’ quarterly data. Annual revisions for the months are made in June to reflect corrections received subsequent to the monthly revisions. These revisions are reflected in totals, end-use, SITC, and country summary data. The monthly end-use, commodity, and country area data presented in this release are on a Census basis. This refers to Exhibits 6 - 18. U.S./CANADA DATA EXCHANGE AND SUBSTITUTION The data for U.S. exports to Canada are derived from import data compiled by Canada. The use of Canada's import data to produce U.S. export data requires several alignments in order to compare the two series. 1. Coverage -- Canadian imports are based on country of origin. U.S. goods shipped from a third country are included. U.S. exports exclude these foreign shipments. For February 2007, these shipments totaled $127.3 million. U.S. export coverage also excludes certain Canadian postal shipments. For February 2007, these shipments totaled $20.7 million. U.S. import coverage includes shipments of railcars and locomotives from Canada. Effective with January 2004 statistics, Canada excludes these shipments from its goods exports to the United States, therefore creating coverage differences between the two countries for these goods. 2. Valuation -- Canadian imports are valued at the point of origin in the United States. However, U.S. exports are valued at the port of exit in the United States and include inland freight charges, making the U.S. export value slightly larger. Canada requires inland freight to be reported. Inland freight charges for February 2007 accounted for 2.0 percent of the value of U.S. exports to Canada. 3. Reexports -- U.S. exports include reexports of foreign goods. Again, the aggregate U.S. export figure is slightly larger. For January 2007, reexports to Canada were $2,529 million. 4. Exchange Rate -- Average monthly exchange rates are applied to convert the published data to U.S. currency. For February 2007, the average exchange rate was 1.1710 Canadian dollars per U.S. dollar. 5. Other -- There are other minor differences which are statistically insignificant, such as rounding error. Canadian Estimates Page 29 28 Effective with January 2001 statistics, the current month data for exports to Canada contain an estimate for late arrivals and corrections. The following month, this estimate is replaced, in the press release tables only, with the actual value of late receipts and corrections. This estimate improves the current month data for exports to Canada and treats late receipts for exports to Canada in a manner more consistent with the treatment of late receipts for exports to other countries. Nonsampling errors The goods data are a complete enumeration of documents collected by the U.S. Customs Border and Protection and are not subject to sampling errors; but they are subject to several types of nonsampling errors. Quality assurance procedures are performed at every stage of collection, processing and tabulation; however the data are still subject to several types of nonsampling errors. The most significant of these include reporting errors, undocumented shipments, timeliness, data capture errors, and errors in the estimation of low-valued transactions. Reporting Errors: Reporting errors are mistakes or omissions made by importers, exporters or their agents in their import or export declarations. Most errors involve missing or invalid commodity classification codes and missing or incorrect quantities or shipping weights. They have a negligible effect on import, export and balance of trade statistics. However, they can affect the detailed commodity statistics. Undocumented Shipments: Federal regulations require importers, exporters or their agents to report all merchandise shipments above established exemption levels. The U.S. Census Bureau has determined that not all required documents are filed, particularly for exports. Timeliness and Data Capture Errors: The U.S. Census Bureau captures import and export information from administrative documents and through various automated collection programs. Documents may be lost, and data may be incorrectly keyed, coded or recorded. Transactions may be included in a subsequent month’s statistics if received late. Low-valued Transactions: The total values of transactions valued as much as or below $2,500 for exports and $2,000 ($250 for certain quota items) for imports are estimated for each country, using factors based on the ratios of low-valued shipments to individual country totals for past periods. The U.S. Census Bureau recommends that data users incorporate this information into their analyses, as nonsampling errors could impact the conclusion drawn from the results. For a detailed discussion of errors affecting the goods data, see “U.S. Merchandise Trade Statistics: A Quality Profile” available on the INTERNET at www.census.gov/foreign-trade/aip/index.html#infopapers or from the Foreign Trade Division, U.S. Census Bureau. AREA GROUPINGS (See Exhibits 14 and 14A) North America - Canada, Mexico Europe - Albania, Andorra, Armenia, Austria, Azerbijan, Belarus, Belgium, Bosnia-Hercegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Faroe Islands, Finland, France, Germany, Georgia, Gibralter, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Liechtenstein, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta and Gozo, Macedonia, Moldova, Monaco, Montenegro, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, San Marino, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Svalbard, Jan Mayen Island, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, United Kingdom, Uzbekistan, Vatican City. European Union - Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom. Euro Area - Austria, Belgium, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Portugal, Slovenia, Spain. Pacific Rim - Australia, Brunei, China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Macao, Malaysia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan. South/Central America - Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda, Argentina, Aruba, Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Bermuda, Bolivia, Brazil, British Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Falkland Islands, French Guiana, Grenada, Guadeloupe, Guatemala, Guyana, Haiti, Honduras, Jamaica, Martinique, Montserrat, Netherlands Antilles, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, St. Kitts and Nevis, St. Lucia, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Suriname, Trinidad and Tobago, Turks and Caicos Islands, Uruguay, Venezuela. OPEC - Algeria, Angola, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Libya, Nigeria, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Venezuela. Africa - Algeria, Angola, Benin, Botswana, British Indian Ocean Territories, Burkina, Burundi, Cameroon, Cape Verde, Central African Republic, Chad, Comoros, Congo (Brazzaville), Congo (Kinshasa), Djibouti, Egypt, Equatorial Guinea, Eritrea, Ethiopia, French Southern and Antarctic Lands, Gabon, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Ivory Coast, Kenya, Lesotho, Liberia, Libya, Madagascar, Malawi, Mali, Mauritania, Mauritius, Mayotte, Morocco, Mozambique, Namibia, Niger, Nigeria, Reunion, Rwanda, St. Helena, Sao Tome and Principe, Senegal, Seychelles, Sierra Leone, Somalia, South Africa, Sudan, Swaziland, Tanzania, Togo, Tunisia, Uganda, Western Sahara, Zambia, Zimbabwe. Adjustments for Seasonal and Working-Day Variations Goods are initially classified under the Harmonized System (HS) which describes and measures the characteristics of Page 30 29 goods traded. Combining trade into approximately 140 export and 140 import end-use categories makes it possible to examine goods according to their principal uses (See Exhibits 7 and 8). These categories are used as the basis for computing the seasonal and working-day adjusted data. These adjusted data are then summed to the six end-use aggregates for publication (Exhibit 6). These data are provided to the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis, from the U.S. Census Bureau, for use in the Balance of Payments and the National Income and Product Accounts. The seasonal adjustment procedure is based on a model that estimates the monthly movements as percentages above or below the general level of each end-use commodity series (unlike other methods that redistribute the actual series values over the calendar year). Because of the extremely variable movements of the data series for aircraft, users studying data trends may wish to analyze aircraft separately from other trade. Adjustments for Price Change Data adjusted for seasonal variation on a chained-dollar basis (2000 base year) are presented in Exhibits 10 and 11. This adjustment for price change is done using the Fisher chain- weighted methodology. The deflators are primarily based upon the monthly price indexes published by the Bureau of Labor Statistics using techniques developed for the National Income and Product Accounts by the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis. SITC Data Goods data appearing in Exhibit 15 are classified in terms of the Standard International Trade Classification (SITC) Revision 3. Agricultural goods consist of non-marine food products and other products of agriculture which have not passed through complex processes of manufacture, such as raw hides and skins, fats and oils, and wine. A few goods such as essential oils, starches, casein, and albumin, considered to be agricultural by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, have been excluded from agricultural goods and are included in manufactured goods where they are classified in the SITC. Manufactured goods conform to the SITC sections that include chemicals and related products; manufactured goods classified chiefly by material; machinery and transport equipment; miscellaneous manufactured articles; and goods and transactions not classified elsewhere. Reexports are foreign merchandise entering the country as imports, and at the time of exportation are in substantially the same condition as when imported. Reexports, included in overall export totals, appear as separate line items in Exhibit 15. Advanced Technology Products (ATP) About 500 of some 22,000 commodity classification codes used in reporting U.S. merchandise trade are identified as "advanced technology" codes and they meet the following criteria: 1. The code contains products whose technology is from a recognized high technology field (e.g., biotechnology). 2. These products represent leading edge technology in that field. 3. Such products constitute a significant part of all items covered in the selected classification code. The aggregation of the goods results in a measure of advanced technology trade which appears in Exhibits 16 and 16A. This product and commodity-based measure of advanced technology differs from broader NAICS industry-based measures which include all goods produced by a particular industry group, regardless of the level of technology embodied in the goods. BALANCE OF PAYMENTS (BOP) BASIS Goods on a Census basis are adjusted by the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis to goods on a BOP basis to bring the data in line with the concepts and definitions used to prepare the international and national accounts. Broadly, the adjustments include changes in ownership that occur without goods passing into or out of the customs territory of the United States. These adjustments are necessary to supplement coverage of the Census basis data, to eliminate duplication of transactions recorded elsewhere in the international accounts, and to value transactions according to a standard definition. The export adjustments include: U.S. military sales contracts - This deduction of U.S. military sales contracts is made because the U.S. Census Bureau has included these contracts in the goods data, but BEA includes them in the service category "Transfers Under U.S. Military Sales Contracts." BEA's source material for these contracts is more comprehensive, but has no distinction between goods and services. Private gift parcels - This addition is made for parcels mailed to foreigners by individuals through the U.S. Postal Service. (Only commercial shipments are covered in Census goods exports.) Gold exports, nonmonetary - This addition is made for gold that is purchased by foreign official agencies from private dealers in the United States and held at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. The Census data only include gold that leaves the customs territory. Some smaller adjustments are also made to exports: Deductions for repairs of goods, developed motion picture film, and military grant-aid. Additions for sales of fish in U.S. territorial waters, exports of electricity to Mexico, and Page 31 30 vessels and oil rigs that change ownership for which no export document is filed. The import adjustments include: Inland freight in Canada - An addition is made for inland freight in Canada. Imports of goods from all countries are valued at the foreign port of export, including inland freight charges (“customs value”). In the case of Canada, this should be the cost of the goods at the U.S. border. However, the customs value for imports for certain Canadian goods is the point of origin in Canada. The BEA makes an addition for the inland freight charges of transporting these Canadian goods to the U.S. border to make the value comparable to the customs value as reported by all other countries. Insurance and freight charges for transporting goods to the United States from all other countries to the U.S. border are included in services by the BEA. (The same procedure is used for Mexico as an Other Adjustment, but is much smaller.) Gold imports, nonmonetary - This addition is made for gold sold by foreign official agencies to private purchasers out of stock held at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. The Census data only include gold that enters the customs territory. Imports by U.S. military agencies - This deduction of U.S. military sales contracts is made because the U.S. Census Bureau has included these contracts in the goods data, but BEA includes them in the service category "Direct Defense Expenditures." BEA's source material is more comprehensive, but has no distinction between goods and services. Some smaller adjustments are also made to imports: Deductions for repairs of goods and developed motion picture film. Additions for imported electricity from Mexico, conversion of vessels for commercial use, repairs to U.S. vessels abroad, and valuation of prepackaged software imports at market value. SERVICES The statistics are estimates of services transactions between foreign countries and the 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, and other U.S. territories and possessions. Transactions with U.S. military, diplomatic, and consular installations abroad are excluded because they are considered to be part of the U.S. economy. Services are shown in seven broad categories. Types of services for imports and exports are the same for six of the seven categories. For the seventh, exports is "Transfers Under U.S. Military Sales Contracts" while for imports the category is "Direct Defense Expenditures." The following is a brief description of the types of services included in each category: Travel - Purchases of services and goods by U.S. travelers abroad and by foreign visitors to the United States. A traveler is defined as a person who stays for a period of less than 1 year in a country of which the person is not a resident. Includes expenditures for food, lodging, recreation, gifts, and other items incidental to a foreign visit. Passenger Fares - Fares paid by residents of one country to residents of other countries. Receipts consist of fares received by U.S. carriers from foreign residents for travel between the United States and foreign countries and between two foreign points. Payments consist of fares paid by U.S. residents to foreign carriers for travel between the United States and foreign countries. Other Transportation - Charges for the transportation of goods by ocean, air, waterway, pipeline, and rail carriers to and from the United States. Includes freight charges, operating expenses that transportation companies incur in foreign ports, and payments for vessel charter and aircraft rentals with crew. Royalties and License Fees - Transactions with foreign residents involving intangible assets and proprietary rights, such as the use of patents, techniques, processes, formulas, designs, know-how, trademarks, copyrights, franchises, and manufacturing rights. The term "royalties" generally refers to payments for the utilization of copyrights or trademarks, and the term "license fees" generally refers to payments for the use of patents or industrial processes. Other Private Services - Transactions with affiliated foreigners, for which no identification by type is available, and transactions with unaffiliated foreigners. (The term “affiliated” refers to a direct investment relationship, which exists when a U.S. person has ownership or control, directly or indirectly, of 10 percent or more of a foreign business enterprise’s voting securities or the equivalent, or when a foreign person has a similar interest in a U.S. enterprise.) 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Transactions with unaffiliated foreigners consist of education services; financial services (includes commissions and other transactions fees associated with the purchase and sale of securities and noninterest income of banks, and excludes investment income); insurance services; telecommunications services (includes transmission services and value-added services); and business, professional, and technical services. Included in the last group are advertising services; computer and data processing services; database and other information services; research, development, and testing services; management, consulting, and public relations services; legal services; construction, engineering, architectural, and mining services; industrial engineering services; installation, maintenance, and repair of equipment; and other services, including medical services and film and tape rentals. Transfers Under U.S. Military Sales Contracts (Exports only) - Exports of goods and services in which U.S. Government military agencies participate. Includes both goods, such as equipment, and services, such as repair services and training, that cannot be separately identified. Direct Defense Expenditures (Imports only) - Expenditures incurred by U.S. military agencies abroad, including expenditures by U.S. personnel, payments of wages to foreign residents, construction expenditures, payments for foreign contractual services, and procurement of foreign goods. Includes both goods and services that cannot be separately identified. U.S. Government Miscellaneous Services - Transactions of U.S. Government nonmilitary agencies with foreign residents. Most of these transactions involve the provision of services to, or purchases of services from, foreigners; transfers of some goods are also included. Services estimates are based on quarterly, annual, and benchmark surveys and partial information generated from monthly reports. Service transactions are estimated at market prices. Estimates are seasonally adjusted when statistically significant seasonal patterns are present. No country or area detail is available due to the lack of adequate source data upon which to base estimates. The revision policy is as follows: Each month, a preliminary estimate for the current month and a revised estimate for the immediately preceding month are released. After a revised month is released, no further changes are made to that month until more complete source data become available in March, June, September, and December. The releases in March, June, September, and December contain revised data for the previous six months. The release in March also contains revisions for all months of the previous year in order to align the seasonally adjusted monthly data with annual totals. The release in June contains annual revisions, which reflect updated source data and changes in estimating m e t h o d o l o g i e s . Quarterly and annual estimates of services are included as part o f t h e U . S . i n t e r n a t i o n a l t r a n s a c t i o n s accounts, published in the April, July, October, and January issues of the Survey of Current Business. The next release of the U.S. international transactions accounts is scheduled for June 15, 2007. The Survey is available from the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C. 20402. ELECTRONIC AVAILABILITY The FT-900 and supplement are available on the following: INTERNET The U.S. International Trade in Goods and Services reports are available at: www.census.gov/ft900 or www.bea.gov/bea/di/home/trade.htm. STAT-USA The U.S. Department of Commerce's electronic information facility. Call 1 800 STAT-USA for product information. Additional data and information on goods are obtainable from: Foreign Trade Division, U.S. Census Bureau, Washington, D.C. 20233 Additional data and information on services are obtainable from: Balance of Payments Division, U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis, Washington, D.C. 20230 Page 33 U.S. Census Bureau News U.S. Department of Commerce • Washington, D.C. 20230 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 8:30 A.M. EST FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 2007 For information on goods contact: U.S. Census Bureau: Nick Orsini (301) 763-6959 Vanessa Ware (301) 763-2311 FT-900 SUPPLEMENT February 2007 Page 34 Exhibit 1: Exports, Imports and Balance of Goods by Selected NAICS-Based Product Code, Not Seasonally Adjusted: February 2007 In millions of dollars. Details may not equal due to rounding. (X) Not Applicable. (-) Represents zero or less than one-half unit of measurement shown. Balance Exports Imports for Consumption (Customs Value) NAICS-Based Product Totals Calculated Duty Code Description February Cumulative February Cumulative February Cumulative February Cumulative to Date to Date to Date to Date (1) GRAND TOTAL -55,224.0 -118,274.7 84,990.1 170,962.6 140,214.1 289,237.3 1,958.0 4,125.2 Agricultural, Forestry & Fishery Products 962.2 1,268.4 4,132.1 7,962.3 3,169.8 6,693.9 6.3 15.2 (Domestic) Agricultural Products, Total 1,658.5 3,166.1 3,536.4 7,011.9 1,877.9 3,845.8 5.8 14.0 Livestock And Livestock Products -259.1 -566.4 92.2 184.6 351.3 751.0 0.1 0.3 Forestry Products, Nspf -11.6 -92.9 164.5 295.3 176.1 388.2 0.1 0.2 Fish, Fresh Or Chilled; And Other Marine Products -425.6 -1,238.4 339.0 470.4 764.6 1,708.9 0.4 0.7 Mining, Total -13,168.5 -28,954.0 1,032.1 2,132.4 14,200.6 31,086.4 4.8 12.0 (Domestic) Oil And Gas -13,249.4 -29,184.0 416.4 785.9 13,665.8 29,969.9 4.6 11.1 Minerals And Ores 80.9 230.0 615.7 1,346.5 534.8 1,116.5 0.2 0.9 Manufacturing, Total -50,547.6 -105,220.1 66,254.6 133,822.4 116,802.2 239,042.5 1,938.4 4,085.3 (Domestic) Food And Kindred Products 329.3 353.0 2,753.4 5,544.8 2,424.2 5,191.8 48.4 124.1 Beverages And Tobacco -720.3 -1,585.5 307.8 582.5 1,028.1 2,168.0 5.9 12.1 Textile And Fabrics 101.8 154.8 653.7 1,300.6 551.9 1,145.8 28.9 61.2 Textile Mill Products -920.6 -1,992.9 204.3 419.2 1,124.9 2,412.2 67.2 143.8 Apparel And Accessories -5,679.2 -11,963.4 270.8 522.4 5,950.0 12,485.8 691.0 1,503.7 Leather And Allied Products -2,231.2 -4,572.6 183.0 357.6 2,414.2 4,930.2 233.8 482.8 Wood Products -923.3 -2,050.1 403.5 788.3 1,326.8 2,838.4 12.9 27.1 Paper Products -317.8 -675.3 1,444.0 2,983.4 1,761.9 3,658.6 5.0 10.3 Printing, Publishing & Similar Products 9.4 11.6 440.4 904.4 431.0 892.8 0.2 0.5 Petroleum And Coal Products -3,874.7 -8,593.2 1,859.7 3,876.2 5,734.4 12,469.4 11.1 25.6 Chemicals -866.7 -2,107.9 11,236.5 22,796.6 12,103.2 24,904.5 92.9 186.1 Plastic And Rubber Products -737.6 -1,633.6 1,640.1 3,291.7 2,377.7 4,925.3 56.3 116.2 Nonmetallic Mineral Products -787.5 -1,732.4 639.6 1,275.5 1,427.1 3,008.0 42.6 91.0 Primary Metal Products -3,663.8 -7,772.7 2,949.2 5,960.9 6,613.0 13,733.7 19.5 42.4 Fabricated Metal Products -1,366.0 -2,987.9 2,293.5 4,620.4 3,659.5 7,608.4 75.7 157.3 Machinery, Except Electrical -335.1 -358.1 8,785.3 18,291.9 9,120.4 18,650.0 68.4 144.1 Computers and Electronic Products -12,790.2 -26,270.9 9,936.2 20,602.4 22,726.3 46,873.3 66.6 140.6 Electrical Equipment, Appliances and Components -2,498.5 -5,003.7 2,499.7 5,041.1 4,998.3 10,044.8 83.7 170.8 Transportation Equipment -7,332.3 -14,389.5 14,672.8 28,316.3 22,005.2 42,705.8 257.4 495.7 Furniture and Fixtures -2,049.4 -4,253.5 252.3 500.3 2,301.7 4,753.8 2.9 5.9 Miscellaneous Manufactured Commodities -3,893.8 -7,892.6 2,828.7 5,749.2 6,722.5 13,641.8 68.0 144.1 Special Classification Provisions -1,097.2 -2,796.8 4,944.2 9,617.8 6,041.4 12,414.6 8.4 12.6 (Domestic) Scrap & Waste 1,353.8 2,531.9 1,702.0 3,266.0 348.2 734.1 (-) 0.1 Used Or Second-Hand Merchandise -258.2 -564.1 317.1 791.9 575.3 1,355.9 (-) (-) Goods Returned Or Reimported -3,001.4 -6,239.1 2.2 5.3 3,003.6 6,244.4 (-) (-) Special Classification Provision, Nspf 808.6 1,474.4 2,922.9 5,554.7 2,114.4 4,080.2 8.4 12.6 Reexports 8,627.0 17,333.6 8,627.0 17,333.6 (X) (X) (X) (X) Timing Adjustments (X) 94.1 (X) 94.1 (X) (X) (X) (X) 1 Page 35 Exhibit 2. Origin of Movement of U. S. Exports of Goods by State by NAICS-Based Product Code Groupings, Not Seasonally Adjusted: February 2007 and Cumulative to Date, 2007 In millions of dollars. Foreign Trade Zone (FTZ) shipments are included in the U. S. total and distributed among individual states and territories. Separate FTZ total line is for reference only. Details may not equal totals due to rounding. (X) Not applicable. (-) Represents zero or less than 0.05 percent. NAICS-Based Product Code Groupings Reexports Total Manufactured Commodities Non-Manufactured Commodities (1) Item February Cumulative to date February Cumulative to date February Cumulative February Cumulative Total Percent Total Percent to date to date U.S. Total 66,254.6 133,916.4 100.0 10,108.4 19,712.5 100.0 8,627.0 17,333.6 84,990.1 170,962.6 Foreign Trade Zone 1,963.7 3,519.3 2.6 116.5 179.7 0.9 142.4 256.4 2,222.5 3,955.5 Alabama 1,001.2 1,765.7 1.3 112.5 250.9 1.3 21.7 40.7 1,135.5 2,057.3 Alaska 40.7 73.2 0.1 283.2 314.2 1.6 0.8 4.4 324.7 391.7 Arizona 1,221.3 2,465.7 1.8 156.3 316.0 1.6 253.7 573.9 1,631.2 3,355.5 Arkansas 226.0 518.1 0.4 17.4 32.7 0.2 7.0 13.1 250.4 563.8 California 7,044.9 14,730.2 11.0 898.8 1,867.2 9.5 1,687.0 3,453.9 9,630.7 20,051.3 Colorado 444.2 913.5 0.7 24.8 47.5 0.2 111.5 227.6 580.5 1,188.6 Connecticut 903.7 1,850.1 1.4 59.9 125.8 0.6 45.1 75.6 1,008.7 2,051.5 Delaware 272.3 510.0 0.4 2.9 5.2 (-) 18.8 43.1 294.0 558.4 Florida 2,563.5 5,085.6 3.8 541.5 774.4 3.9 422.5 787.0 3,527.5 6,647.0 Georgia 1,476.8 2,833.7 2.1 152.7 316.7 1.6 118.5 230.0 1,748.0 3,380.3 Hawaii 14.8 43.0 (-) 11.2 16.8 0.1 4.6 11.1 30.6 70.9 Idaho 269.1 488.1 0.4 24.4 54.5 0.3 72.4 183.4 365.9 726.0 Illinois 2,885.7 6,003.2 4.5 217.4 441.0 2.2 335.7 649.8 3,438.8 7,094.0 Indiana 1,777.5 3,447.2 2.6 38.3 86.9 0.4 110.3 222.5 1,926.1 3,756.6 Iowa 670.6 1,294.7 1.0 54.4 89.7 0.5 21.2 41.3 746.2 1,425.8 Kansas 548.2 1,100.0 0.8 74.6 138.1 0.7 33.8 65.8 656.6 1,303.9 Kentucky 1,343.0 2,524.2 1.9 26.6 49.3 0.3 175.7 332.6 1,545.2 2,906.1 Louisiana 1,193.8 2,338.4 1.7 1,370.8 2,675.3 13.6 20.2 39.5 2,584.8 5,053.3 Maine 166.9 341.9 0.3 28.8 51.9 0.3 3.5 9.7 199.3 403.5 Maryland 491.1 1,129.6 0.8 53.3 108.6 0.6 49.0 104.0 593.4 1,342.2 Massachusetts 1,650.0 3,384.7 2.5 112.5 227.4 1.2 133.1 263.9 1,895.6 3,876.0 Michigan 2,835.0 5,491.2 4.1 201.0 372.9 1.9 179.5 334.7 3,215.5 6,198.8 Minnesota 1,096.2 2,243.0 1.7 66.4 145.1 0.7 81.0 150.9 1,243.6 2,539.0 Mississippi 250.4 514.9 0.4 40.2 70.9 0.4 47.3 93.7 337.9 679.6 Missouri 844.4 1,549.5 1.2 130.3 210.4 1.1 30.4 59.2 1,005.0 1,819.1 Montana 62.5 118.4 0.1 14.5 25.4 0.1 1.3 2.8 78.4 146.6 Nebraska 250.5 494.9 0.4 74.0 135.6 0.7 9.6 18.4 334.2 648.9 Nevada 334.5 664.5 0.5 68.5 114.8 0.6 44.1 83.2 447.1 862.5 New Hampshire 172.6 371.3 0.3 13.3 27.8 0.1 17.1 36.0 202.9 435.1 New Jersey 1,628.2 3,447.1 2.6 217.8 391.2 2.0 390.2 764.7 2,236.2 4,603.0 New Mexico 158.8 280.7 0.2 14.1 26.9 0.1 17.0 31.3 189.9 338.9 New York 2,997.1 6,113.4 4.6 572.2 1,243.0 6.3 1,204.9 2,288.4 4,774.3 9,644.8 North Carolina 1,514.3 3,110.3 2.3 159.4 272.1 1.4 165.6 347.0 1,839.3 3,729.3 North Dakota 126.0 242.5 0.2 25.1 51.9 0.3 3.4 6.0 154.5 300.5 Ohio 2,735.2 5,515.5 4.1 65.0 139.5 0.7 185.1 338.6 2,985.3 5,993.5 Oklahoma 309.7 610.1 0.5 17.5 36.0 0.2 20.0 35.5 347.2 681.7 Oregon 969.5 1,937.6 1.4 219.0 435.2 2.2 122.4 269.6 1,310.9 2,642.4 Pennsylvania 1,872.9 3,809.3 2.8 110.8 215.0 1.1 142.9 281.1 2,126.6 4,305.5 Rhode Island 74.5 150.4 0.1 36.2 75.5 0.4 12.0 25.6 122.6 251.6 South Carolina 1,069.2 1,960.8 1.5 39.5 72.5 0.4 78.1 136.4 1,186.8 2,169.6 South Dakota 88.7 184.5 0.1 8.1 13.6 0.1 1.2 2.7 98.0 200.8 Tennessee 1,367.2 2,748.7 2.1 75.7 135.7 0.7 224.1 470.9 1,667.1 3,355.4 Texas 9,624.7 20,470.6 15.3 673.5 1,360.3 6.9 1,582.1 3,318.3 11,880.3 25,149.2 Utah 418.7 833.8 0.6 64.5 145.8 0.7 9.3 19.2 492.6 998.7 Vermont 157.5 326.7 0.2 7.8 14.3 0.1 80.8 153.0 246.2 494.0 Virginia 977.7 1,895.1 1.4 156.4 347.6 1.8 63.0 156.1 1,197.2 2,398.8 Washington 4,035.0 7,713.9 5.8 551.5 1,119.9 5.7 132.7 266.5 4,719.2 9,100.2 West Virginia 215.3 435.5 0.3 52.1 109.3 0.6 4.0 7.3 271.4 552.0 Wisconsin 1,201.2 2,383.6 1.8 120.6 251.7 1.3 85.8 157.0 1,407.6 2,792.3 Wyoming 54.9 110.4 0.1 2.2 15.2 0.1 3.0 5.4 60.0 131.0 Dist of Columbia 45.9 108.5 0.1 5.4 14.5 0.1 0.9 1.6 52.2 124.6 Puerto Rico 1,281.4 2,563.5 1.9 12.3 29.1 0.1 26.1 66.8 1,319.8 2,659.3 US Virgin Islands 71.4 95.3 0.1 0.1 1.4 (-) 3.1 5.3 74.6 102.0 Other 1,208.5 2,486.1 1.9 2,031.2 4,102.4 20.8 12.7 27.3 3,252.4 6,615.8 Estimated Shipments 0.0 0.0 (-) 1,502.5 3,045.6 15.5 (-) (-) 1,502.5 3,045.6 Unreported (2) 1,208.5 2,486.1 1.9 528.7 1,056.8 5.4 12.7 27.3 1,749.9 3,570.1 Timing Adjustment (X) 94.1 (-) (X) (-) (-) (X) (-) (-) 94.1 (1) Includes agricultural, forestry, fishery products, mineral commodities, scrap, waste and used or second-hand merchandise. The state of origin of movement value totals for non-manufactured commodities usually reflect the state where the U. S. port of export is located. (2) Includes prior month's revision to exports to Canada. 2 Page 36 Exhibit 3. General Imports of Crude Petroleum by Country, Not Seasonally Adjusted Details may not equal totals due to rounding. (-) Represents zero or less than one-half unit of measurment shown. Net quantity in Customs value in C.I.F. value in thousands of barrels thousands of dollars thousands of dollars Country February January Cumulative February January Cumulative February January Cumulative 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 Total 252,869 320,108 572,977 12,822,771 16,720,818 29,543,589 13,305,641 17,388,760 30,694,401 OPEC Total 140,471 175,702 316,174 7,395,587 9,405,942 16,801,528 7,703,805 9,815,375 17,519,180 Algeria 11,967 16,629 28,596 714,497 982,932 1,697,429 740,775 1,016,196 1,756,971 Angola 12,486 17,935 30,420 638,751 992,872 1,631,623 655,352 1,024,262 1,679,614 Indonesia 1,050 1,726 2,776 53,262 96,540 149,802 56,593 101,872 158,464 Iran (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) Iraq 10,738 17,148 27,886 540,585 872,968 1,413,553 573,113 927,159 1,500,272 Kuwait 4,323 4,990 9,314 204,398 230,462 434,861 215,712 239,378 455,091 Libya 3,024 1,103 4,127 177,247 67,047 244,294 186,151 71,068 257,219 Nigeria 33,519 33,345 66,865 1,934,365 2,014,811 3,949,175 1,999,864 2,090,024 4,089,888 Qatar (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) Saudi Arabia 32,083 46,953 79,036 1,612,288 2,427,240 4,039,528 1,706,311 2,559,191 4,265,502 United Arab Emirates 698 (-) 698 37,137 (-) 37,137 39,098 (-) 39,098 Venezuela 30,584 35,873 66,457 1,483,056 1,721,070 3,204,126 1,530,836 1,786,226 3,317,062 Non-OPEC 112,398 144,405 256,803 5,427,184 7,314,876 12,742,060 5,601,836 7,573,385 13,175,221 Argentina 1,479 1,148 2,628 86,502 58,658 145,160 93,234 61,210 154,445 Bahamas (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) Brazil 3,920 5,381 9,301 192,505 272,169 464,674 202,863 290,023 492,886 Brunei 736 690 1,426 43,471 41,919 85,390 45,475 44,198 89,673 Cameroon (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) Canada 47,196 56,641 103,837 2,279,429 2,857,290 5,136,719 2,352,346 2,948,150 5,300,496 Chad 2,437 2,174 4,611 96,678 98,633 195,311 105,492 103,528 209,021 China 250 243 493 14,171 11,495 25,666 15,032 12,163 27,194 Colombia 3,522 4,286 7,808 201,513 240,051 441,564 206,748 247,317 454,065 Congo (Brazzaville) 1,284 3,418 4,702 67,584 194,506 262,090 71,316 224,941 296,257 Congo (Kinshasa) (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) Ecuador 4,918 8,317 13,236 242,601 407,355 649,956 258,168 430,726 688,894 Egypt (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) Equatorial Guinea 1,408 2,943 4,351 78,581 166,874 245,455 80,905 173,780 254,685 Gabon 1,007 4,725 5,732 55,855 264,199 320,054 55,918 273,332 329,250 Malaysia (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) Mexico 35,741 43,270 79,011 1,604,270 2,065,279 3,669,549 1,631,807 2,105,938 3,737,745 Netherlands Antilles (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) Norway 1,080 2,035 3,115 55,949 120,621 176,570 57,623 123,943 181,566 Oman (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) Peru 361 213 574 20,045 10,639 30,684 21,291 11,171 32,462 Russia 879 472 1,350 45,800 25,935 71,735 48,877 27,609 76,485 Trinidad and Tobago 1,616 1,725 3,341 96,092 98,931 195,023 98,212 100,764 198,976 United Kingdom 3,157 2,618 5,775 177,535 147,307 324,842 182,763 151,413 334,176 Vietnam 37 824 861 1,939 49,992 51,931 3,205 52,004 55,210 All Other 1,371 3,281 4,652 66,665 183,023 249,687 70,563 191,176 261,738 3 Page 37 Exhibit 4. Exports and Imports of Goods by SITC Commodity Sections: Not Seasonally Adjusted In millions of dollars. Details may not equal totals due to rounding. (X) - Not applicable. (R) Revised. 2007 2006 SITC February January Cumulative to date February Cumulative to date Section Description Exports Imports Exports Imports Exports Imports Exports Imports Exports Imports (R) (R) Total 84,990.1 139,624.5 85,972.5 150,446.0 170,962.6 290,070.5 77,538.1 135,989.7 152,773.6 280,949.8 Summary: Food and live animals 4,651.4 4,778.9 4,483.6 5,255.4 9,135.0 10,034.3 3,866.3 4,312.2 7,644.2 9,217.2 Beverages and tobacco 447.4 1,150.7 362.8 1,265.0 810.2 2,415.7 407.1 1,004.9 779.7 2,040.0 Crude materials, inedible except fuels 4,715.9 2,177.4 4,599.5 2,426.5 9,315.4 4,603.9 3,810.4 2,334.0 7,530.2 4,887.7 Mineral fuels, lubricants and related materials 2,570.8 20,385.6 2,773.2 25,080.8 5,344.0 45,466.4 2,351.2 25,262.6 4,650.9 52,661.5 Animal and vegetable oils, fats and waxes 169.5 182.7 180.5 236.4 350.0 419.2 136.2 203.1 263.2 418.7 Chemicals and related products, n.e.s. 11,699.1 11,804.0 12,043.7 12,636.6 23,742.8 24,440.7 9,752.3 10,952.2 19,890.4 22,402.7 Manufactured goods classified chiefly by material 7,265.0 16,934.1 7,431.1 18,397.1 14,696.2 35,331.1 6,720.3 16,068.2 13,493.2 33,364.6 Machinery and transport equipment 33,584.6 55,567.2 33,955.5 56,952.8 67,540.1 112,520.0 31,786.0 52,191.3 62,147.8 105,880.0 Miscellaneous manufac- tured articles 7,934.6 21,703.9 8,224.8 22,999.5 16,159.4 44,703.4 7,540.4 19,074.2 14,614.2 40,204.2 Commodities and transactions not classified elsewhere in SITC 3,324.7 4,940.0 3,117.1 5,224.3 6,441.8 10,164.3 2,669.2 4,892.8 5,414.1 10,138.6 Reexports 8,627.0 (X) 8,706.6 (X) 17,333.6 (X) 8,579.4 (X) 16,542.7 (X) Timing adjustments (X) (X) 94.1 -28.3 94.1 -28.3 -80.8 -305.8 -196.9 -265.2 4 Page 38 Exhibit 5. Exports, Imports, and Trade Balance of Goods In millions of dollars. Details may not equal totals due to seasonal adjustment and rounding. (R) Revised. Period Trade balance Exports Imports Customs C.I.F. F.A.S. Value Customs value C.I.F. Value Seasonally Adjusted 2006 Jan.- Dec. -818,001.9 -882,148.5 1,037,278.4 1,855,280.3 1,919,426.9 Jan.- Feb. -137,954.7 -148,759.8 163,384.8 301,339.5 312,144.6 January -71,073.6 -76,607.2 81,985.0 153,058.6 158,592.2 February -66,881.0 -72,152.6 81,399.9 148,280.9 153,552.4 March -66,510.6 -71,768.7 83,002.6 149,513.2 154,771.3 April -68,360.2 -73,698.4 82,506.3 150,866.6 156,204.7 May -69,702.3 -74,960.7 84,847.1 154,549.3 159,807.8 June -68,771.4 -74,014.5 87,646.3 156,417.7 161,660.8 July -72,062.0 -77,462.3 86,285.2 158,347.2 163,747.5 August -73,307.7 -78,832.6 88,978.1 162,285.8 167,810.7 September -68,754.6 -74,181.8 89,623.1 158,377.6 163,804.8 October -63,434.9 -68,797.5 89,542.9 152,977.9 158,340.5 November -62,863.0 -68,121.5 90,619.0 153,482.0 158,740.5 December -66,280.5 -71,550.7 90,842.9 157,123.4 162,393.6 2007 Jan.- Feb. -126,689.7 -137,175.9 181,765.0 308,454.7 318,940.9 January (R) -63,554.4 -68,922.0 92,303.3 155,857.7 161,225.3 February -63,135.3 -68,253.9 89,461.7 152,597.0 157,715.6 March April May June July August September October November December Not Seasonally Adjusted 2006 Jan.- Dec. -818,001.9 -882,148.5 1,037,278.4 1,855,280.3 1,919,426.9 Jan.- Feb. -128,176.2 -138,302.5 152,773.6 280,949.8 291,076.1 January -69,724.6 -75,031.6 75,235.5 144,960.1 150,267.1 February -58,451.5 -63,270.9 77,538.1 135,989.7 140,809.0 March -62,155.1 -67,545.4 91,906.3 154,061.4 159,451.6 April -64,157.6 -69,411.8 83,089.5 147,247.0 152,501.3 May -70,957.2 -76,391.5 87,829.6 158,786.8 164,221.1 June -69,644.5 -75,037.0 90,665.4 160,309.8 165,702.4 July -77,436.7 -82,883.3 80,131.9 157,568.6 163,015.3 August -78,278.7 -84,045.8 89,375.0 167,653.6 173,420.8 September -70,107.6 -75,509.0 88,427.7 158,535.3 163,936.7 October -71,993.8 -77,708.7 92,476.3 164,470.1 170,184.9 November -65,485.6 -70,777.0 91,405.0 156,890.6 162,182.0 December -59,609.0 -64,536.5 89,198.1 148,807.2 153,734.6 2007 Jan.- Feb. -119,107.9 -129,053.0 170,962.6 290,070.5 300,015.6 January (R) -64,473.5 -69,725.0 85,972.5 150,446.0 155,697.5 February -54,634.4 -59,328.0 84,990.1 139,624.5 144,318.1 March April May June July August September October November December 5 Page 39 Exhibit 6. Exports, Imports and Trade Balance by Country and Area, Not Seasonally Adjusted: 2007 In millions of dollars. Details may not equal totals due to rounding. (X) Not applicable. (-) Represents zero or less than one-half unit of value shown. Trade balance Exports Imports (Customs imports) Domestic & Foreign, F.A.S. basis Customs basis C.I.F. basis Country Cumulative Cumulative Cumulative Cumulative February to date Rank February to date Rank February to date Rank February to date Rank Ethiopia 8.0 10.4 167 11.8 16.9 132 3.7 6.5 137 3.8 6.7 138 Falkland Islands (-) (-) 105 (-) (-) 222 (-) (-) 206 (-) (-) 206 Faroe Islands -0.2 -0.7 93 0.2 0.3 211 0.4 1.1 167 0.7 1.5 163 Federal Republic of Germany -3,335.2 -6,676.3 5 3,716.5 7,309.5 6 7,051.8 13,985.9 5 7,218.2 14,305.7 5 Federated States of Micronesia 1.5 3.6 147 1.6 4.0 171 0.2 0.4 181 0.2 0.6 178 Fiji -5.8 -12.0 79 1.2 2.8 179 7.0 14.8 122 8.4 18.3 120 Finland -175.4 -362.7 35 212.9 429.4 46 388.3 792.1 44 404.8 823.7 44 France -733.5 -1,300.9 21 2,267.8 4,651.2 9 3,001.3 5,952.1 9 3,066.0 6,083.8 9 French Guiana 0.9 1.2 130 0.9 1.2 196 (-) (-) 219 (-) (-) 220 French Polynesia 4.3 5.3 154 6.5 13 138 2.1 7.7 135 2.2 7.8 136 French Southern and Antarctic Lands (-) (-) 104 (-) (-) 225 (-) (-) 209 (-) (-) 209 Gabon -60.1 -323.2 39 9.6 22.6 126 69.7 345.7 63 71.0 357.8 63 Gambia 1.5 2.2 138 1.5 2.2 184 (-) (-) 204 (-) (-) 203 Gaza Strip Administered by Israel -0.5 -0.6 95 (-) (-) (X) 0.5 0.6 179 0.6 0.6 180 Georgia 24.1 46.6 193 30.1 53.2 98 6.0 6.6 136 7.1 7.8 135 Ghana 35.7 48.4 194 40.4 61.2 94 4.7 12.8 126 5.2 14.2 127 Gibraltar 29.1 94.3 204 29.2 94.4 79 0.1 0.1 196 0.1 0.1 196 Greece 138.6 350.6 220 245.3 529.2 43 106.7 178.7 74 115.4 194.7 74 Greenland -1.2 -1.6 90 0.2 0.5 209 1.4 2.1 157 1.5 2.2 157 Grenada 6.8 12.9 169 8.5 14.9 136 1.7 2.0 159 1.8 2.1 159 Guadeloupe 17.5 24.1 182 18.0 24.8 121 0.5 0.7 175 0.5 0.7 176 Guatemala 29.8 133.4 212 271.1 607.4 40 241.3 474.0 55 259.8 511.5 55 Guinea 3.5 -3.1 89 4.8 9.2 146 1.3 12.3 128 1.3 14.9 124 Guinea-Bissau 0.2 0.5 122 0.2 0.5 207 (-) (-) (X) (-) (-) (X) Guyana 7.9 15.2 173 18.7 33.0 113 10.8 17.8 118 12.7 21.0 115 Haiti 44.6 68.2 201 87.9 137.7 72 43.4 69.5 91 44.2 71.0 92 Heard and McDonald Islands 0.5 0.6 125 0.5 0.6 204 (-) (-) 215 (-) (-) 215 Honduras 32.9 95.3 205 330.9 644.9 39 298.0 549.6 50 315.9 585.1 50 Hong Kong 761.4 1,841.6 227 1,252.3 2,863.2 14 490.9 1,021.5 40 509.9 1,064.1 40 Hungary -104.5 -200.6 43 110.1 214.5 64 214.6 415.2 57 219.1 424.7 58 Iceland 11.2 20.0 177 29.2 56.6 96 18.0 36.6 109 19.3 39.1 108 India -802.5 -1,769.8 17 898.1 1,929.7 19 1,700.6 3,699.6 16 1,781.5 3,873.0 17 Indonesia -764.5 -1,777.6 16 241.4 520.8 45 1,005.9 2,298.4 22 1,071.8 2,442.2 22 Iran -15.0 -29.2 69 5.7 11.9 143 20.6 41.1 105 21.3 42.4 105 Iraq -494.1 -1,242.8 23 74.6 236.2 61 568.7 1,479.0 31 601.3 1,565.9 32 Ireland -1,540.0 -3,260.7 9 924.1 1,681.4 21 2,464.1 4,942.1 12 2,475.4 4,969.2 12 Israel -440.5 -1,115.3 24 997.2 1,935.6 18 1,437.7 3,050.9 19 1,453.4 3,086.1 19 Italy -1,346.1 -2,853.6 11 1,078.4 2,205.0 16 2,424.5 5,058.6 11 2,524.5 5,266.2 11 Jamaica 122.6 239.8 217 176.9 348.9 53 54.2 109.1 82 58.0 116.9 81 Japan -7,059.5 -13,557.7 2 4,810.3 9,799.7 3 11,869.8 23,357.4 4 12,177.0 23,982.3 4 Jordan -70.9 -124.6 53 38.3 81.3 84 109.2 205.9 71 113.6 214.4 71 Kazakhstan -19.4 -77.1 58 70.9 121.5 73 90.3 198.5 73 93.5 205.0 73 Kenya 237.6 242.2 218 256.4 284.9 58 18.8 42.7 104 20.1 45.3 104 Kiribati (-) -0.1 100 0.1 0.1 217 0.1 0.2 188 0.1 0.3 186 Korea, South -1,080.2 -2,632.5 12 2,533.4 5,226.8 8 3,613.6 7,859.3 7 3,742.4 8,132.3 6 Kuwait -126.6 -161.3 48 126.1 338.7 55 252.7 500.0 52 268.0 525.8 52 Kyrgyzstan 2.4 5.7 157 2.5 5.9 160 (-) 0.2 191 (-) 0.2 189 Laos 7.1 6.6 158 8.2 8.7 147 1.1 2.1 158 1.1 2.2 158 Latvia 0.6 26.5 184 22.3 54.5 97 21.8 28.0 111 24.4 31.2 111 Lebanon 46.1 103.0 207 53.0 117.4 74 6.9 14.4 123 7.2 15.1 122 Lesotho -25.9 -63.2 61 0.8 0.8 199 26.7 64.0 94 27.9 67.2 93 Liberia -4.1 -5.2 87 5.9 12.3 141 9.9 17.5 120 10.2 18.0 121 Libya -219.1 -345.8 36 36.7 67.2 90 255.8 413.0 58 273.6 444.0 57 Liechtenstein -20.0 -36.8 67 1.4 2.6 181 21.4 39.4 106 21.9 40.3 106 Lithuania 21.5 38.4 190 55.6 108.7 77 34.0 70.4 90 37.9 77.3 90 Luxembourg -1.7 -8.4 82 42.7 85.8 83 44.5 94.2 87 47.1 99.3 88 Macao -72.3 -135.0 51 16.4 37.5 109 88.7 172.6 75 92.5 180.0 75 Macedonia (Skopje) -1.3 -7.4 83 3.3 4.8 167 4.6 12.2 129 4.8 12.8 129 Madagascar -14.9 -41.7 64 0.6 1.4 192 15.4 43.1 103 16.4 45.5 103 Malawi -1.5 -6.1 86 3.2 6.4 157 4.7 12.4 127 5.1 13.3 128 Malaysia -1,665.5 -3,661.7 7 939.3 1,872.1 20 2,604.7 5,533.9 10 2,678.7 5,685.2 10 Maldives 0.7 1.5 134 1.2 2.3 183 0.5 0.8 173 0.8 1.5 165 7 Page 40 Exhibit 6. Exports, Imports and Trade Balance by Country and Area, Not Seasonally Adjusted: 2007 In millions of dollars. Details may not equal totals due to rounding. (X) Not applicable. (-) Represents zero or less than one-half unit of value shown. Trade balance Exports Imports (Customs imports) Domestic & Foreign, F.A.S. basis Customs basis C.I.F. basis Country Cumulative Cumulative Cumulative Cumulative February to date Rank February to date Rank February to date Rank February to date Rank Mali 1.4 3.4 146 1.6 4.1 170 0.2 0.8 174 0.2 0.8 174 Malta -14.3 -10.3 81 10.0 34.7 111

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