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Census Bureau
U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis
NEWS
U.S. Department of Commerce Washington, DC 20230

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE


8:30 A.M. EDT WEDNESDAY, JULY 3, 2013
For information on goods contact:
U.S. Census Bureau:
Matthew Przybocki 301-763-3148
301-763-2311
Maria Iseman

For information on services contact:


U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis:
202-606-9559
Technical: Edward Dozier
202-606-2649
Media:
Jeannine Aversa

CB 13-122, BEA 13-33, FT-900 (13-05)

U.S. INTERNATIONAL TRADE IN GOODS AND SERVICES


May 2013
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 May exports of $187.1 billion and
imports of $232.1 billion resulted in a goods and services
deficit of $45.0 billion, up from $40.1 billion in April, revised.
May exports were $0.5 billion less than April exports of
$187.6 billion. May imports were $4.4 billion more than April
imports of $227.7 billion.
In May, the goods deficit increased $5.0 billion from
April to $63.4 billion, and the services surplus increased $0.2
billion from April to $18.4 billion. Exports of goods decreased
$0.9 billion to $130.3 billion, and imports of goods increased
$4.2 billion to $193.7 billion. Exports of services increased
$0.4 billion to $56.8 billion, and imports of services increased
$0.2 billion to $38.4 billion.
The goods and services deficit decreased $1.2 billion
from May 2012 to May 2013. Exports were up $2.8 billion, or
1.5 percent, and imports were up $1.6 billion, or 0.7 percent.

Goods (Census Basis)


The April to May decrease in exports of goods reflected
decreases in consumer goods ($1.2 billion); industrial supplies
and materials ($0.9 billion); and foods, feeds, and beverages
($0.1 billion). Increases occurred in capital goods ($0.8
billion); automotive vehicles, parts, and engines ($0.3 billion);
and other goods ($0.2 billion).

The April to May increase in imports of goods reflected


increases in industrial supplies and materials ($1.0 billion);
consumer goods ($1.0 billion); automotive vehicles, parts, and
engines ($0.8 billion); other goods ($0.5 billion); foods, feeds,
and beverages ($0.4 billion); and capital goods ($0.3 billion).
Exports of goods were virtually unchanged from May
2012 to May 2013. Decreases occurred in foods, feeds, and
beverages ($1.7 billion) and industrial supplies and materials
($1.0 billion). Increases occurred in automotive vehicles,
parts, and engines ($0.9 billion); other goods ($0.6 billion);
consumer goods ($0.6 billion); and capital goods ($0.5
billion).

NOTE: Total goods data are reported on a balance of payments basis unless otherwise specified. Commodity and country data for goods are on a Census basis.
Monthly statistics are seasonally adjusted unless otherwise specified. For information on data sources and definitions, see the information section on page A-1 of this
release at www.census.gov/ft900 or www.bea.gov/newsreleases/international/trade/tradnewsrelease.htm. The next FT-900 release is August 6, 2013.

The May 2012 to May 2013 increase in imports of goods


reflected increases in consumer goods ($2.0 billion);
automotive vehicles, parts, and engines ($1.3 billion); other
goods ($0.9 billion); and foods, feeds, and beverages ($0.8)
billion.
Decreases occurred in industrial supplies and
materials ($3.9 billion) and capital goods ($1.1 billion).

Services
Exports of services increased $0.4 billion from April to
May. The increase was mostly accounted for by increases in
other private services ($0.2 billion), which includes items
such as business, professional, and technical services,
insurance services, and financial services, and in passenger
fares ($0.1 billion). Changes in the other categories of
services exports were relatively small.
Imports of services increased $0.2 billion from April to
May. The increase was mostly accounted for by increases in
passenger fares ($0.1 billion) and in travel ($0.1 billion).
Changes in the other categories of services imports were
relatively small.
The May 2012 to May 2013 increase in exports of services
was $2.8 billion or 5.1 percent. The largest increases were in
other private services ($1.1 billion), in travel ($0.9 billion),
and in royalties and license fees ($0.4 billion). Within other
private services, the largest increase was in business,
professional, and technical services.
The May 2012 to May 2013 increase in imports of
services was $1.5 billion or 4.0 percent. Increases in other
private services ($0.7 billion), in travel ($0.3 billion), in other
transportation ($0.3 billion), which includes freight and port
services, and in passenger fares ($0.3 billion) were partly
offset by a decrease in direct defense expenditures ($0.2
billion). Within other private services, the largest increase
was in financial services.

Goods and Services Moving Average


For the three months ending in May, exports of goods and
services averaged $186.6 billion, while imports of goods and
services averaged $227.4 billion, resulting in an average trade
deficit of $40.8 billion. For the three months ending in April,
the average trade deficit was $40.4 billion, reflecting average
exports of $186.6 billion and average imports of $227.0
billion.

European Union $10.8 ($12.4), OPEC $6.3 ($6.6), Germany


$5.8 ($6.1), Japan $5.4 ($6.9), Mexico $5.3 ($4.4), Saudi
Arabia $2.7 ($2.6), Korea $2.5 ($2.4), India $2.3 ($2.4),
Ireland $2.3 ($2.4), Canada $1.9 ($2.3), and Venezuela $1.5
($1.5).
Advanced technology products exports were $26.9 billion
in May and imports were $34.1 billion, resulting in a deficit of
$7.2 billion. May exports were $2.2 billion more than the
$24.7 billion in April, while May imports were $1.5 billion
more than the $32.6 billion in April.

Revisions
Census Basis (not seasonally adjusted)
For April, exports of goods were virtually unrevised and
imports of goods were revised down $0.2 billion. Goods carryover in May was $0.1 billion (0.1 percent) for exports and
$1.7 billion (0.8 percent) for imports. For April, revised
export carry-over was virtually zero and revised import carryover was $0.2 billion (0.1 percent).
Balance of Payments Basis (seasonally adjusted)
For April, exports of goods were virtually unrevised and
imports of goods were revised down $0.2 billion.
For April, exports of services were revised up $0.1
billion, reflecting an upward revision in other private services.
For April, imports of services were revised up $0.2 billion,
reflecting upward revisions in travel and in passenger fare.

Selected Not Seasonally Adjusted Goods Details


The May figures show surpluses, in billions of dollars,
with Hong Kong $3.0 ($2.4 for April), Australia $1.4 ($1.1),
Singapore $1.2 ($0.8), and Brazil $0.9 ($1.2). Deficits were
recorded, in billions of dollars, with China $27.9 ($24.1),

Scheduled release dates through December 2013 are located on page A-5

NOTICE
2013 Economic Indicator Webinar Series
The Census Bureau will introduce the 2013 Economic Indicator Webinar Series later this month. This series will
provide information on all economic indicators published by the Census Bureau. The first session will feature
information on the U.S. International Trade in Goods and Services news release (FT-900) and will be presented
by the Census Bureau and the Bureau of Economic Analysis. More information on this series is available at
www.census.gov/econ/webinar.
Entry of Croatia into the European Union
Beginning with the July 2013 statistics scheduled for release on September 4, 2013, the European Union will be
expanded to reflect the entry of Croatia into the European Union on July 1, 2013. This change will affect Exhibit
14 of the FT-900 and Exhibit 6 of the FT-900 Supplement.
If you have any questions or need additional information, please contact the Data Dissemination Branch of the
Census Bureaus Foreign Trade Division on (800) 549-0595, option 4, or at ftd.data.dissemination@census.gov.

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Table of Contents
Seasonally Adjusted
Exhibit 1

U.S. International Trade in Goods and Services

Exhibit 2

U.S. International Trade in Goods and Services Three-Month Moving Averages

Exhibit 3

U.S. Services by Major Category Exports

Exhibit 4

U.S. Services by Major Category Imports

Exhibit 5

U.S. Trade in Goods

Exhibit 6

Exports and Imports of Goods by Principal End-Use Category

Exhibit 7

Exports of Goods by End-Use Category and Commodity

Exhibit 8

Imports of Goods by End-Use Category and Commodity

Exhibit 9

Exports, Imports, and Balance of Goods, Petroleum and Non-Petroleum End-Use


Category Totals

11

Real Exports and Imports of Goods by Principal End-Use Category - Chained (2009)
Dollars

12

Real Exports, Imports, and Balance of Goods, Petroleum and Non-Petroleum End-Use
Commodity Category Totals - Chained (2009) Dollars

13

Exhibit 10

Exhibit 11

Not Seasonally Adjusted


Exhibit 12

U.S. Trade in Goods

14

Exhibit 13

Exports and Imports of Goods by Principal End-Use Category

15

Exhibit 14

Exports, Imports, and Balance of Goods by Selected Countries and Areas - 2013

16

Exhibit 14a

Exports, Imports, and Balance of Goods by Selected Countries and Areas - 2012

17

Exhibit 15

Exports and Imports of Goods by Principal Commodities

18

Exhibit 16

Exports, Imports, and Balance of Advanced Technology Products

20

Exhibit 16a

Exports, Imports, and Balance of Advanced Technology Products by Technology


Group and Selected Countries and Areas

21

Exhibit 17

Imports of Energy-Related Petroleum Products, Including Crude Oil

22

Exhibit 18

Exports and Imports of Motor Vehicles and Parts by Selected Countries - 2013

23

Information on Goods and Services

A-1

-1-

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

2011
Jan. - Dec.
Jan. - May

-556,838
-225,952

-744,139
-302,369

187,301
76,417

2,112,825
861,158

1,495,853
610,204

616,973
250,954

2,669,663
1,087,110

2,239,991
912,573

429,672
174,537

January
February
March
April
May
June

-47,795
-45,213
-43,377
-42,125
-47,442
-50,984

-62,466
-60,187
-59,042
-57,581
-63,093
-66,997

14,671
14,974
15,665
15,456
15,652
16,013

168,079
166,635
174,342
175,948
176,153
173,180

118,776
117,388
123,930
125,314
124,796
121,205

49,303
49,247
50,412
50,635
51,357
51,975

215,874
211,849
217,719
218,074
223,595
224,164

181,242
177,575
182,971
182,895
187,890
188,202

34,632
34,274
34,748
35,179
35,705
35,962

July
August
September
October
November
December

-45,461
-44,674
-44,553
-46,083
-47,783
-51,349

-62,002
-61,422
-60,464
-61,510
-63,003
-66,372

16,541
16,748
15,910
15,427
15,220
15,024

179,465
179,917
181,172
180,547
178,267
179,118

126,455
126,626
128,503
128,563
126,685
127,611

53,010
53,291
52,669
51,984
51,582
51,507

224,926
224,591
225,725
226,630
226,050
230,467

188,457
188,048
188,966
190,073
189,688
193,984

36,469
36,543
36,759
36,557
36,362
36,483

-534,656
-235,819

-741,475
-320,679

206,819
84,860

2,210,585
916,530

1,561,239
647,980

649,346
268,550

2,745,240
1,152,349

2,302,714
968,660

442,527
183,690

January
February
March
April
May
June

-51,393
-43,763
-47,790
-46,625
-46,247
-42,430

-67,134
-60,966
-65,504
-63,689
-63,386
-59,412

15,740
17,202
17,714
17,064
17,139
16,982

179,477
182,064
186,505
184,267
184,217
185,218

127,311
128,383
131,865
130,246
130,175
131,446

52,167
53,680
54,640
54,021
54,042
53,773

230,871
225,827
234,295
230,892
230,464
227,648

194,445
189,349
197,369
193,935
193,562
190,858

36,426
36,478
36,926
36,957
36,902
36,790

July
August
September
October
November
December

-43,451
-44,007
-41,570
-42,650
-46,422
-38,307

-59,464
-60,619
-58,897
-60,360
-64,862
-57,182

16,013
16,611
17,327
17,710
18,440
18,874

183,375
182,071
186,829
182,655
185,220
188,686

130,276
128,446
132,752
127,987
129,667
132,685

53,099
53,625
54,078
54,668
55,552
56,002

226,826
226,078
228,400
225,304
231,641
226,994

189,741
189,064
191,649
188,346
194,529
189,866

37,085
37,014
36,751
36,958
37,112
37,127

-208,833

-300,985

92,152

933,640

652,355

281,285

1,142,473

953,340

189,132

-42,690
-43,836
-37,132
-40,149
-45,027

-61,440
-62,296
-55,401
-58,405
-63,443

18,750
18,461
18,268
18,256
18,417

186,680
187,130
185,208
187,562
187,059

130,630
131,083
129,262
131,127
130,254

56,050
56,047
55,946
56,436
56,805

229,370
230,966
222,340
227,711
232,086

192,070
193,379
184,662
189,531
193,698

37,300
37,586
37,678
38,180
38,388

-56,143

17,315

184,276

130,345

53,930

223,105

186,489

36,616

2012
Jan. - Dec.
Jan. - May

2013
Jan. - May
January
February
March
April (R)
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
April data as published last month:
-38,829

(1) Data are presented on a balance of payments (BOP) basis.


NOTE: For information on data sources and methodology, see the information section on page A-1 of this release at www.census.gov/ft900 or
www.bea.gov/newsreleases/international/trade/tradnewsrelease.htm.

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Part A: Seasonally Adjusted


Exhibit 2. U.S. International Trade in Goods and Services
Three-Month Moving Averages
In millions of dollars. Details may not equal totals due to seasonal adjustment and rounding. (R) - Revised.

Month of
Moving
Average

Balance
Total

Goods (1)

Exports
Services

Total

Goods (1)

Imports
Services

Total

Goods (1)

Services

2011
January
February
March
April
May
June

-42,604
-44,837
-45,462
-43,572
-44,315
-46,850

-56,995
-59,574
-60,565
-58,937
-59,905
-62,557

14,391
14,737
15,103
15,365
15,591
15,707

165,807
166,964
169,686
172,309
175,481
175,094

116,812
117,750
120,031
122,210
124,680
123,772

48,995
49,214
49,654
50,098
50,801
51,322

208,411
211,801
215,147
215,880
219,796
221,944

173,807
177,324
180,596
181,147
184,585
186,329

34,604
34,477
34,551
34,733
35,211
35,615

July
August
September
October
November
December

-47,962
-47,040
-44,896
-45,103
-46,140
-48,405

-64,031
-63,474
-61,296
-61,132
-61,659
-63,628

16,069
16,434
16,400
16,028
15,519
15,224

176,266
177,521
180,184
180,545
179,995
179,311

124,152
124,762
127,195
127,897
127,917
127,620

52,114
52,759
52,990
52,648
52,078
51,691

224,228
224,561
225,081
225,649
226,135
227,716

188,183
188,236
188,491
189,029
189,576
191,248

36,045
36,325
36,590
36,620
36,559
36,467

January
February
March
April
May
June

-50,175
-48,835
-47,649
-46,060
-46,887
-45,101

-65,503
-64,824
-64,535
-63,386
-64,193
-62,162

15,328
15,989
16,886
17,327
17,306
17,062

178,954
180,220
182,682
184,279
184,996
184,567

127,202
127,769
129,186
130,165
130,762
130,622

51,752
52,451
53,496
54,114
54,234
53,945

229,129
229,055
230,331
230,338
231,884
229,668

192,706
192,593
193,721
193,551
194,955
192,785

36,424
36,462
36,610
36,787
36,928
36,883

July
August
September
October
November
December

-44,043
-43,296
-43,010
-42,742
-43,547
-42,459

-60,754
-59,832
-59,660
-59,959
-61,373
-60,801

16,712
16,536
16,651
17,216
17,826
18,342

184,270
183,555
184,092
183,852
184,901
185,520

130,633
130,056
130,491
129,728
130,135
130,113

53,638
53,499
53,601
54,124
54,766
55,407

228,313
226,851
227,101
226,594
228,448
227,980

191,387
189,888
190,151
189,687
191,508
190,914

36,926
36,963
36,950
36,907
36,940
37,066

-42,473
-41,611
-41,219
-40,372
-40,769

-61,161
-60,306
-59,712
-58,701
-59,083

18,688
18,695
18,493
18,328
18,314

186,862
187,499
186,339
186,633
186,610

130,994
131,466
130,325
130,490
130,214

55,868
56,033
56,015
56,143
56,396

229,335
229,110
227,559
227,006
227,379

192,155
191,772
190,037
189,191
189,297

37,180
37,338
37,521
37,815
38,082

2012

2013
January
February
March
April (R)
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
(1) Data are presented on a BOP basis.
NOTES:
* The three-month moving averages shown in this exhibit are computed by summing the subject month and 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.
*For information on data sources and methodology, see the information section on page A-1 of this release at www.census.gov/ft900 or
www.bea.gov/newsreleases/international/trade/tradnewsrelease.htm.

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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
Royalties and
Transportation License Fees

Other Private
Services

Transfers
U.S.
Under U.S.
Government
Military Sales
Misc. Services
Contracts

2011
Jan. - Dec.
Jan. - May

616,973
250,954

115,552
46,505

36,763
14,292

43,067
17,759

120,717
49,153

279,645
114,535

18,821
7,728

2,408
982

January
February
March
April
May
June

49,303
49,247
50,412
50,635
51,357
51,975

9,112
8,990
9,281
9,548
9,574
9,799

2,777
2,710
2,853
2,939
3,013
3,009

3,509
3,444
3,569
3,579
3,658
3,526

9,598
9,750
9,842
9,919
10,044
10,246

22,697
22,702
23,112
22,819
23,205
23,516

1,416
1,456
1,557
1,634
1,665
1,680

193
196
198
197
198
200

July
August
September
October
November
December

53,010
53,291
52,669
51,984
51,582
51,507

9,970
9,943
9,928
9,919
9,830
9,658

3,306
3,321
3,266
3,219
3,189
3,161

3,671
3,575
3,681
3,643
3,641
3,571

10,434
10,477
10,312
10,072
9,952
10,072

23,766
24,127
23,660
23,411
23,278
23,353

1,660
1,643
1,618
1,517
1,488
1,487

203
205
205
203
204
205

649,346
268,550

126,214
51,046

39,360
16,345

43,855
18,406

124,182
51,851

294,527
122,292

18,520
7,528

2,688
1,081

January
February
March
April
May
June

52,167
53,680
54,640
54,021
54,042
53,773

9,590
10,153
10,500
10,433
10,370
10,566

3,082
3,232
3,335
3,306
3,390
3,373

3,580
3,675
3,776
3,678
3,697
3,733

10,317
10,494
10,482
10,347
10,211
10,168

23,861
24,386
24,811
24,553
24,680
24,225

1,528
1,529
1,520
1,482
1,468
1,479

208
211
215
222
225
228

July
August
September
October
November
December

53,099
53,625
54,078
54,668
55,552
56,002

10,440
10,801
10,838
10,597
10,972
10,954

3,283
3,321
3,242
3,202
3,314
3,280

3,631
3,630
3,595
3,555
3,552
3,753

10,206
10,278
10,343
10,397
10,446
10,493

23,825
23,859
24,285
25,052
25,374
25,614

1,482
1,504
1,543
1,637
1,667
1,680

231
232
232
228
227
228

281,285

55,834

16,754

19,030

52,819

127,576

8,156

1,115

56,050
56,047
55,946
56,436
56,805

11,090
11,163
11,110
11,213
11,258

3,352
3,346
3,351
3,301
3,404

3,735
3,849
3,785
3,827
3,834

10,518
10,537
10,544
10,592
10,627

25,507
25,311
25,312
25,641
25,805

1,627
1,621
1,623
1,637
1,648

221
220
221
224
228

10,984

3,439

3,646

10,362

23,817

1,573

110

2012
Jan. - Dec.
Jan. - May

2013
Jan. - May
January
February
March
April (R)
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
April data as published last month:
53,930

NOTE: For information on data sources, methodology, and details of what is included in each service category, see the information section on page A-1
of this release or at www.census.gov/ft900 or www.bea.gov/newsreleases/international/trade/tradnewsrelease.htm.

-4-

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
Royalties and
Transportation License Fees

Other Private Direct Defense


Services
Expenditures

U.S.
Government
Misc. Services

2011
Jan.- Dec.
Jan. - May

429,672
174,537

78,229
31,959

31,079
12,514

54,630
22,606

34,786
13,385

199,654
80,864

27,752
11,802

3,541
1,407

January
February
March
April
May
June

34,632
34,274
34,748
35,179
35,705
35,962

6,322
6,233
6,378
6,484
6,542
6,567

2,510
2,423
2,485
2,489
2,607
2,555

4,570
4,377
4,475
4,555
4,629
4,589

2,737
2,727
2,674
2,619
2,628
2,738

15,850
15,875
16,098
16,386
16,656
16,875

2,346
2,353
2,358
2,374
2,371
2,359

297
287
280
272
273
279

July
August
September
October
November
December

36,469
36,543
36,759
36,557
36,362
36,483

6,592
6,523
6,635
6,646
6,577
6,730

2,664
2,668
2,738
2,630
2,650
2,660

4,689
4,577
4,574
4,523
4,489
4,583

2,905
3,061
3,149
3,181
3,184
3,184

16,987
17,097
17,067
17,013
16,927
16,825

2,328
2,306
2,281
2,250
2,225
2,201

304
311
315
315
310
300

442,527
183,690

83,451
35,072

34,654
14,323

55,445
22,870

39,889
16,462

201,227
82,959

24,734
10,667

3,127
1,336

January
February
March
April
May
June

36,426
36,478
36,926
36,957
36,902
36,790

6,777
7,005
7,178
7,055
7,057
7,027

2,715
2,848
2,903
2,947
2,910
2,927

4,646
4,394
4,574
4,645
4,611
4,608

3,198
3,238
3,306
3,364
3,356
3,259

16,633
16,568
16,568
16,573
16,618
16,641

2,183
2,160
2,136
2,105
2,083
2,065

275
265
261
269
267
263

July
August
September
October
November
December

37,085
37,014
36,751
36,958
37,112
37,127

6,988
6,772
6,949
6,935
6,909
6,799

2,946
2,857
2,932
2,877
2,882
2,910

4,740
4,576
4,662
4,642
4,674
4,673

3,432
3,783
3,098
3,206
3,305
3,343

16,669
16,737
16,843
17,052
17,120
17,206

2,060
2,041
2,019
1,984
1,960
1,938

250
247
248
262
262
259

189,132

35,748

15,427

24,366

17,036

85,958

9,400

1,198

37,300
37,586
37,678
38,180
38,388

6,838
6,983
7,171
7,350
7,406

2,944
3,017
3,122
3,137
3,207

4,840
4,955
4,692
4,928
4,951

3,383
3,391
3,403
3,421
3,438

17,150
17,118
17,177
17,237
17,275

1,904
1,885
1,876
1,868
1,866

241
237
236
239
245

7,127

3,081

4,621

3,244

16,163

2,024

356

2012
Jan. - Dec.
Jan. - May

2013
Jan. - May
January
February
March
April (R)
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
April data as published last month:
36,616

NOTE: For information on data sources, methodology, and details of what is included in each service category, see the information section on page A-1
of this release or at www.census.gov/ft900 or www.bea.gov/newsreleases/international/trade/tradnewsrelease.htm.

-5-

Part A: Seasonally Adjusted

Exhibit 5. U.S. Trade in Goods


In millions of dollars. Details may not equal totals due to seasonal adjustment and rounding. (R) - Revised.

Balance
Period

Total Balance
of Payments
Basis

Exports

Total Census
Basis

Total Balance
of Payments
Basis

Net
Adjustments

Imports
Total Census
Basis

Total Balance
of Payments
Basis

Net
Adjustments

Total Census
Basis

2011
Jan. - Dec.
Jan. - May

-744,139
-302,369

-727,765
-296,319

1,495,853
610,204

15,562
6,875

1,480,290
603,329

2,239,991
912,573

31,936
12,925

2,208,055
899,648

January
February
March
April
May
June

-62,466
-60,187
-59,042
-57,581
-63,093
-66,997

-61,271
-59,248
-57,984
-56,252
-61,563
-65,462

118,776
117,388
123,930
125,314
124,796
121,205

1,281
1,564
1,485
1,275
1,271
1,300

117,495
115,824
122,445
124,039
123,525
119,905

181,242
177,575
182,971
182,895
187,890
188,202

2,475
2,503
2,542
2,603
2,801
2,835

178,767
175,072
180,429
180,291
185,088
185,367

July
August
September
October
November
December

-62,002
-61,422
-60,464
-61,510
-63,003
-66,372

-60,656
-60,029
-59,085
-59,731
-61,554
-64,929

126,455
126,626
128,503
128,563
126,685
127,611

1,365
1,267
1,481
1,121
1,093
1,061

125,090
125,359
127,022
127,442
125,592
126,551

188,457
188,048
188,966
190,073
189,688
193,984

2,712
2,660
2,859
2,899
2,542
2,504

185,746
185,388
186,107
187,174
187,146
191,480

-741,475
-320,679

-729,611
-315,554

1,561,239
647,980

15,530
6,606

1,545,709
641,374

2,302,714
968,660

27,394
11,732

2,275,320
956,928

January
February
March
April
May
June

-67,134
-60,966
-65,504
-63,689
-63,386
-59,412

-65,969
-60,134
-64,337
-62,913
-62,200
-58,354

127,311
128,383
131,865
130,246
130,175
131,446

1,357
1,448
1,240
1,483
1,078
1,228

125,954
126,936
130,625
128,762
129,097
130,218

194,445
189,349
197,369
193,935
193,562
190,858

2,522
2,279
2,407
2,260
2,264
2,286

191,923
187,070
194,962
191,675
191,298
188,572

July
August
September
October
November
December

-59,464
-60,619
-58,897
-60,360
-64,862
-57,182

-58,673
-59,700
-57,944
-59,363
-63,834
-56,189

130,276
128,446
132,752
127,987
129,667
132,685

1,438
1,339
1,336
1,283
1,137
1,163

128,839
127,107
131,415
126,704
128,530
131,522

189,741
189,064
191,649
188,346
194,529
189,866

2,229
2,257
2,290
2,280
2,165
2,156

187,512
186,807
189,359
186,067
192,364
187,711

-300,985

-294,790

652,355

4,974

647,381

953,340

11,169

942,171

-61,440
-62,296
-55,401
-58,405
-63,443

-60,504
-60,478
-54,168
-57,292
-62,348

130,630
131,083
129,262
131,127
130,254

1,189
563
943
1,082
1,197

129,441
130,520
128,318
130,044
129,058

192,070
193,379
184,662
189,531
193,698

2,125
2,382
2,176
2,195
2,292

189,945
190,998
182,487
187,336
191,406

-55,892

130,345

1,728

128,617

186,489

1,980

184,509

2012
Jan. - Dec.
Jan. - May

2013
Jan. - May
January
February
March
April (R)
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
April data as published last month:
-56,143

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 A-1 of this release or at www.census.gov/ft900 or www.bea.gov/newsreleases/international/trade/tradnewsrelease.htm.

-6-

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.

Period

Total Balance
of Payments
Basis

End-Use Commodity Category


Net
Adjustments

Total Census
Foods, Feeds,
Basis (1)
& Beverages

Industrial
Supplies (2)

Capital Goods

Automotive
Vehicles, etc.

Consumer
Goods

Other Goods

Exports
2012
Jan. - Dec.
Jan. - May

1,561,239
647,980

15,530
6,606

1,545,709
641,374

132,810
52,141

501,071
212,191

527,375
219,011

146,126
60,810

181,745
74,533

56,581
22,688

January
February
March
April
May
June

127,311
128,383
131,865
130,246
130,175
131,446

1,357
1,448
1,240
1,483
1,078
1,228

125,954
126,936
130,625
128,762
129,097
130,218

10,165
9,799
10,126
10,602
11,448
10,732

41,727
42,123
43,647
42,872
41,822
42,385

43,071
43,459
44,801
43,455
44,224
43,907

12,244
12,102
12,048
12,214
12,202
12,661

14,625
14,824
14,973
15,121
14,990
15,627

4,121
4,629
5,029
4,498
4,411
4,906

July
August
September
October
November
December

130,276
128,446
132,752
127,987
129,667
132,685

1,438
1,339
1,336
1,283
1,137
1,163

128,839
127,107
131,415
126,704
128,530
131,522

12,653
11,593
12,427
11,266
11,013
10,985

40,328
39,484
42,304
39,776
40,682
43,920

43,981
44,247
44,711
43,494
44,187
43,838

12,396
12,184
11,887
11,785
12,312
12,092

15,200
15,051
15,309
15,463
15,406
15,156

4,280
4,548
4,777
4,921
4,930
5,530

Jan. - May

652,355

4,974

647,381

52,847

209,442

219,543

62,446

78,085

25,019

January
February
March
April (R)
May
June

130,630
131,083
129,262
131,127
130,254

1,189
563
943
1,082
1,197

129,441
130,520
128,318
130,044
129,058

11,358
11,447
10,303
9,942
9,796

41,373
42,914
42,562
41,755
40,838

44,326
43,424
43,092
43,942
44,759

12,053
12,406
12,187
12,740
13,060

15,661
15,141
14,872
16,823
15,589

4,670
5,188
5,303
4,843
5,015

2013

July
August
September
October
November
December

Imports
2012
Jan. - Dec.
Jan. - May

2,302,714
968,660

27,394
11,732

2,275,320
956,928

110,258
46,009

730,374
316,440

548,614
229,262

297,813
121,765

516,342
213,355

71,920
30,097

January
February
March
April
May
June

194,445
189,349
197,369
193,935
193,562
190,858

2,522
2,279
2,407
2,260
2,264
2,286

191,923
187,070
194,962
191,675
191,298
188,572

9,475
9,003
9,207
9,213
9,111
9,033

65,047
62,050
64,459
63,755
61,130
59,319

44,874
44,823
47,158
45,625
46,783
46,020

24,057
24,485
24,453
24,144
24,626
25,370

42,712
40,793
43,380
43,031
43,439
42,638

5,759
5,916
6,305
5,908
6,209
6,192

July
August
September
October
November
December

189,741
189,064
191,649
188,346
194,529
189,866

2,229
2,257
2,290
2,280
2,165
2,156

187,512
186,807
189,359
186,067
192,364
187,711

9,146
9,178
9,247
8,942
9,379
9,326

57,908
58,948
59,888
59,883
60,664
57,325

45,583
45,105
45,658
45,585
45,608
45,791

25,966
25,199
24,398
24,584
25,612
24,919

42,998
42,345
44,117
41,094
45,071
44,724

5,912
6,032
6,051
5,979
6,030
5,626

Jan. - May

953,340

11,169

942,171

47,914

289,606

227,572

123,982

220,871

32,226

January
February
March
April (R)
May
June

192,070
193,379
184,662
189,531
193,698

2,125
2,382
2,176
2,195
2,292

189,945
190,998
182,487
187,336
191,406

9,214
9,624
9,607
9,549
9,919

60,992
58,787
56,507
56,136
57,184

46,029
46,248
44,254
45,348
45,694

23,644
24,972
24,207
25,186
25,974

44,015
45,560
41,354
44,456
45,486

6,050
5,807
6,557
6,662
7,150

2013

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 A-1 of this release or at www.census.gov/ft900
or www.bea.gov/newsreleases/international/trade/tradnewsrelease.htm.

-7-

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 monthly
change within each major commodity grouping. (-) Represents zero or less than one half of measurement shown. (R) - Revised.

Item (1)

May
2013

April
2013 (R)

Monthly
Change

Year-to-Date
2013

Year-to-Date
2012

Year-to-Date
Change

Total, Balance of Payments Basis


Net Adjustments
Total, Census Basis

130,254
1,197
129,058

131,127
1,082
130,044

-872
115
-987

652,355
4,974
647,381

647,980
6,606
641,374

4,375
-1,632
6,007

Foods, feeds, and beverages


Wheat
Oilseeds, food oils
Soybeans
Corn
Bakery products
Fish and shellfish
Rice
Other foods
Vegetables
Wine, beer, and related products
Nuts
Sorghum, barley, oats
Nonagricultural foods, etc.
Animal feeds, n.e.c.
Fruits, frozen juices
Meat, poultry, etc.
Alcoholic beverages, excluding wine
Dairy products and eggs

9,796
766
187
887
508
525
479
189
1,054
565
148
591
28
144
675
813
1,496
201
540

9,942
837
253
953
545
554
502
211
1,075
581
160
601
31
141
668
780
1,441
140
471

-146
-72
-66
-65
-36
-28
-22
-22
-21
-16
-12
-11
-3
3
7
33
55
61
69

52,847
4,267
1,398
7,003
2,862
2,689
2,353
1,039
5,357
2,808
809
3,227
223
698
3,733
3,972
7,490
806
2,113

52,141
3,442
1,185
8,180
5,209
2,518
2,359
902
4,986
2,469
758
2,764
123
641
2,619
3,693
7,616
797
1,878

706
825
213
-1,177
-2,347
171
-6
137
370
339
51
462
100
56
1,114
279
-125
8
235

Industrial supplies and materials


Nonmonetary gold
Chemicals-organic
Hides and skins
Petroleum products, other
Finished metal shapes
Precious metals, other
Crude oil
Iron and steel products, other
Chemicals-fertilizers
Other industrial supplies
Coal and fuels, other
Natural gas liquids
Plastic materials
Nonmetallic minerals
Pulpwood and woodpulp
Aluminum and alumina
Finished textile supplies
Wood supplies, manufactured
Gas-natural
Electric energy
Tapes, audio and visual
Chemicals-other
Nontextile floor tiles
Hair, waste materials
Shingles, molding, wallboard
Agric. industry-unmanufactured
Industrial rubber products
Cotton fiber cloth
Leather and furs
Agriculture-manufactured, other
Mineral supplies-manufactured
Logs and lumber
Newsprint
Glass-plate, sheet, etc.
Agric. farming-unmanufactured
Manmade cloth
Synthetic rubber-primary
Chemicals-inorganic
Cotton, raw
Nonferrous metals, other
Iron and steel mill products
Nuclear fuel materials
Tobacco, unmanufactured
Copper
Metallurgical grade coal
Steelmaking materials
Fuel oil

40,838
2,616
2,693
254
4,105
1,605
616
384
594
804
2,047
492
544
2,981
69
743
783
263
113
532
30
27
2,508
50
62
395
398
423
210
112
246
465
516
1,123
137
319
646
347
757
505
590
915
170
99
765
751
898
5,138

41,755
3,746
2,922
403
4,200
1,696
674
437
644
854
2,093
535
570
3,006
93
764
804
272
122
532
29
26
2,506
48
59
392
394
419
206
106
239
455
504
1,111
124
305
631
331
729
474
554
874
114
38
697
648
680
4,698

-917
-1,130
-229
-150
-95
-91
-58
-53
-50
-50
-46
-43
-25
-25
-24
-21
-21
-9
-9
-1
(-)
2
2
3
3
3
4
4
5
5
7
10
12
12
13
14
16
16
29
30
36
41
56
60
68
103
218
439

209,442
17,494
14,757
1,407
23,608
8,339
3,323
1,873
2,992
4,087
10,183
2,933
2,222
15,175
382
3,762
3,884
1,265
589
2,751
152
128
12,645
238
288
1,938
2,015
2,073
1,033
522
1,173
2,281
2,495
5,596
680
1,485
3,024
1,716
3,783
2,382
2,882
4,622
486
436
3,523
3,600
4,919
22,303

212,191
16,432
15,447
1,211
22,490
8,059
3,791
994
3,142
4,162
9,857
3,236
1,941
14,755
440
3,986
3,866
1,138
602
1,913
86
168
12,519
246
273
1,983
1,986
2,049
1,106
422
1,119
2,229
2,212
5,519
594
1,314
2,904
2,106
3,702
2,838
3,369
5,506
707
407
4,083
5,045
5,678
24,562

-2,750
1,062
-690
196
1,118
281
-468
879
-150
-74
326
-303
281
420
-58
-224
18
127
-13
838
66
-41
126
-7
15
-45
29
24
-73
101
54
53
284
78
87
171
120
-391
81
-456
-486
-885
-221
28
-560
-1,446
-760
-2,259

-8-

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 monthly
change within each major commodity grouping. (-) Represents zero or less than one half of measurement shown. (R) - Revised.

Item (1)

May
2013

April
2013 (R)

Monthly
Change

Year-to-Date
2013

Year-to-Date
2012

Year-to-Date
Change

Capital goods, except automotive


Civilian aircraft
Industrial machines, other
Drilling & oilfield equipment
Computers
Agricultural machinery, equipment
Computer accessories
Food, tobacco machinery
Metalworking machine tools
Pulp and paper machinery
Measuring, testing, control instruments
Railway transportation equipment
Spacecraft, excluding military
Laboratory testing instruments
Generators, accessories
Vessels, excluding scrap
Textile, sewing machines
Photo, service industry machinery
Commercial vessels, other
Business machines and equipment
Industrial engines
Marine engines, parts
Wood, glass, plastic
Specialized mining
Materials handling equipment
Nonfarm tractors and parts
Parts-civilian aircraft
Medicinal equipment
Semiconductors
Excavating machinery
Electric apparatus
Engines-civilian aircraft
Telecommunications equipment

44,759
5,115
4,211
1,085
1,377
805
2,658
343
721
214
2,035
385
6
866
1,173
4
102
932
45
246
2,321
106
332
148
1,397
225
1,801
2,781
3,477
1,212
3,245
2,231
3,160

43,942
3,750
3,954
960
1,285
730
2,594
292
687
195
2,025
378
2
863
1,171
4
103
933
47
254
2,332
120
346
175
1,426
267
1,861
2,845
3,563
1,329
3,427
2,492
3,533

817
1,365
258
126
92
75
64
51
34
19
10
7
4
3
2
(-)
-1
-1
-2
-7
-11
-13
-14
-27
-29
-43
-60
-64
-86
-116
-182
-262
-373

219,543
20,463
19,781
5,544
6,966
3,841
13,057
1,594
3,320
1,023
10,195
1,771
29
4,326
5,968
22
489
4,629
292
1,251
11,666
594
1,734
784
7,022
1,387
8,918
14,112
17,368
6,372
16,735
11,795
16,494

219,011
17,959
19,508
4,968
7,397
4,228
13,964
1,505
3,219
1,168
10,296
1,671
12
4,459
5,896
17
490
4,464
175
1,358
12,490
557
1,909
883
7,477
1,813
8,995
13,843
17,705
7,525
15,793
11,488
15,778

533
2,504
274
576
-431
-386
-907
89
101
-145
-101
100
17
-133
72
5
-2
165
116
-107
-824
38
-175
-99
-455
-426
-77
269
-336
-1,153
942
307
716

Automotive vehicles, parts, and engines

13,060

12,740

320

62,446

60,810

1,636

Consumer goods
Jewelry, etc.
Gem diamonds
Artwork, antiques, stamps, etc.
Recorded media
Household appliances
Books, printed matter
Other consumer nondurables
Televisions and video equipment
Glassware, chinaware
Apparel, household goods-nontextile
Cookware, cutlery, tools
Musical instruments
Apparel, household goods-textile
Toys, games, and sporting goods
Pleasure boats and motors
Rugs
Sports apparel and gear
Furniture, household goods, etc.
Tobacco, manufactured
Nursery stock, etc.
Stereo equipment, etc.
Toiletries and cosmetics
Numismatic coins
Cell phones and other household goods, n.e.c.
Pharmaceutical preparations

15,589
821
1,632
627
214
607
439
620
375
46
232
84
184
546
825
194
97
57
404
61
38
169
944
114
1,947
4,310

16,823
1,549
2,144
703
261
626
455
636
387
57
242
92
191
552
829
197
95
55
397
54
31
162
934
100
1,859
4,213

-1,234
-728
-512
-77
-47
-19
-16
-16
-12
-11
-10
-7
-7
-6
-4
-3
2
2
7
7
7
7
10
14
87
97

78,085
4,964
8,610
2,977
1,359
3,120
2,203
3,167
1,986
242
1,213
448
937
2,759
4,150
1,045
457
299
1,977
244
177
809
4,649
474
9,388
20,432

74,533
4,208
7,605
3,320
1,417
3,041
2,234
3,091
2,217
238
1,214
430
1,001
2,706
4,274
1,059
466
289
1,881
198
165
847
4,346
376
8,993
18,917

3,552
757
1,005
-344
-58
79
-30
75
-231
4
-2
18
-64
52
-124
-14
-9
9
96
47
12
-37
302
99
395
1,515

5,015

4,843

172

25,019

22,688

2,330

Other goods

(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 A-1 of this release or at
www.census.gov/ft900 or www.bea.gov/newsreleases/international/trade/tradnewsrelease.htm.

-9-

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 monthly
change within each major commodity grouping. (-) Represents zero or less than one half of measurement shown. (R) - Revised.

Item (1)

May
2013

April
2013 (R)

Monthly
Change

Year-to-Date
2013

Year-to-Date
2012

Year-to-Date
Change

Total, Balance of Payments Basis


Net Adjustments
Total, Census Basis

193,698
2,292
191,406

189,531
2,195
187,336

4,167
97
4,070

953,340
11,169
942,171

968,660
11,732
956,928

-15,319
-563
-14,757

Foods, feeds, and beverages


Fish and shellfish
Fruits, frozen juices
Green coffee
Cocoa beans
Alcoholic beverages, excluding wine
Cane and beet sugar
Nuts
Other foods
Wine, beer, and related products
Tea, spices, etc.
Nonagricultural foods, etc.
Bakery products
Dairy products and eggs
Vegetables
Food oils, oilseeds
Feedstuff and foodgrains
Meat products

9,919
1,556
1,161
507
153
591
159
190
1,019
734
166
66
762
133
896
538
616
673

9,549
1,378
1,050
409
82
552
128
163
993
736
169
70
768
149
918
560
641
784

370
178
111
98
71
38
31
27
26
-1
-3
-4
-5
-16
-22
-23
-24
-111

47,914
7,103
5,469
1,972
605
2,860
669
806
5,158
3,843
804
329
3,801
729
4,412
2,610
3,005
3,738

46,009
7,229
4,909
2,562
574
2,726
1,051
907
4,709
3,660
743
329
3,666
703
4,022
2,466
2,111
3,639

1,905
-126
560
-590
32
135
-383
-102
448
183
61
(-)
134
26
390
144
894
98

Industrial supplies and materials


Crude oil
Petroleum products, other
Copper
Nonmonetary gold
Nuclear fuel materials
Chemicals-inorganic
Coal and related fuels
Iron and steel mill products
Pulpwood and woodpulp
Synthetic cloth
Chemicals-other, n.e.c.
Bauxite and aluminum
Glass-plate, sheet, etc.
Tin
Hides and skins
Electric energy
Nickel
Zinc
Stone, sand, cement, etc.
Cotton cloth, fabrics
Hair, waste materials
Wool, silk, etc.
Leather and furs
Cotton, natural fibers
Nonferrous metals, other
Iron and steel, advanced
Sulfur, nonmetallic minerals
Materials, excluding chemicals
Finished textile supplies
Newsprint
Blank tapes, audio & visual
Nontextile floor tiles
Farming materials, livestock
Plywood and veneers
Synthetic rubber-primary
Natural rubber
Paper and paper products
Shingles, wallboard
Lumber
Fuel oil
Other precious metals
Liquefied petroleum gases
Plastic materials
Industrial supplies, other
Tobacco, waxes, etc.
Chemicals-fertilizers
Iron and steel products, n.e.c.
Finished metal shapes
Steelmaking materials
Chemicals-organic
Gas-natural

57,184
21,995
4,633
662
1,541
388
647
242
1,506
332
513
1,037
892
115
70
29
205
216
129
376
100
76
63
56
7
323
758
124
114
367
101
69
235
184
193
235
211
591
734
452
4,071
919
239
1,237
2,409
695
1,419
770
1,344
545
2,113
902

56,136
21,282
3,951
458
1,352
258
573
192
1,459
308
492
1,020
881
106
62
22
198
209
123
372
96
73
60
54
7
324
759
126
116
369
105
74
240
190
207
249
232
614
762
487
4,113
965
289
1,288
2,461
757
1,481
840
1,427
629
2,272
1,152

1,048
713
682
204
189
129
74
50
47
24
21
17
10
9
8
7
7
7
6
4
3
3
2
2
(-)
-1
-1
-2
-2
-3
-4
-5
-5
-7
-13
-13
-21
-23
-27
-35
-42
-46
-49
-52
-52
-62
-62
-70
-83
-84
-159
-250

289,606
113,371
21,993
3,242
7,084
1,433
3,116
1,052
7,482
1,541
2,504
4,975
4,398
519
413
128
979
1,111
631
1,878
505
390
316
266
29
1,879
3,826
601
604
1,863
517
361
1,130
889
992
1,187
1,106
2,977
3,785
2,286
19,505
5,377
1,988
6,414
12,115
3,479
7,195
4,001
7,112
2,969
11,211
4,882

316,440
142,018
21,390
2,315
6,805
1,684
3,490
979
9,341
1,422
2,563
4,962
4,758
462
370
96
690
1,378
629
1,680
538
390
319
271
43
1,863
3,951
709
623
1,744
567
463
1,020
683
879
1,420
1,562
2,844
3,171
1,562
18,696
5,424
3,308
6,250
11,688
4,108
5,713
4,302
7,459
4,192
10,294
3,351

-26,834
-28,647
603
927
279
-251
-374
72
-1,859
118
-59
13
-360
56
43
32
289
-267
2
198
-33
(-)
-3
-5
-14
16
-125
-108
-18
118
-50
-102
110
206
112
-233
-455
132
614
724
809
-47
-1,319
165
427
-629
1,482
-302
-347
-1,224
917
1,530

- 10 -

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 monthly
change within each major commodity grouping. (-) Represents zero or less than one half of measurement shown. (R) - Revised.

Item (1)

May
2013

April
2013 (R)

Capital goods, except automotive


Computer accessories
Civilian aircraft
Semiconductors
Computers
Metalworking machine tools
Wood, glass, plastic
Excavating machinery
Laboratory testing instruments
Textile, sewing machines
Commercial vessels, other
Measuring, testing, control instruments
Marine engines, parts
Railway transportation equipment
Food, tobacco machinery
Agricultural machinery, equipment
Spacecraft, excluding military
Vessels, except scrap
Industrial machines, other
Specialized mining
Medicinal equipment
Industrial engines
Photo, service industry machinery
Generators, accessories
Business machines and equipment
Materials handling equipment
Nonfarm tractors and parts
Pulp and paper machinery
Electric apparatus
Parts-civilian aircraft
Drilling & oilfield equipment
Telecommunications equipment
Engines-civilian aircraft

45,694
4,683
1,136
3,611
5,247
992
565
901
475
178
30
1,592
114
129
277
822
6
(-)
3,802
51
2,682
1,818
1,372
1,732
373
1,116
176
343
3,770
1,225
725
4,494
1,258

45,348
4,414
925
3,413
5,134
882
501
843
423
153
10
1,573
105
120
269
815
4
5
3,809
60
2,695
1,831
1,386
1,747
397
1,151
212
380
3,809
1,270
774
4,719
1,518

Automotive vehicles, parts, and engines

25,974

Consumer goods
Cell phones and other household goods, n.e.c.
Gem diamonds
Household appliances
Furniture, household goods, etc.
Gem stones, other
Apparel, household goods-nontextile
Jewelry
Toys, games, and sporting goods
Other consumer nondurables
Cookware, cutlery, tools
Musical instruments
Nursery stock, etc.
Glassware, chinaware
Books, printed matter
Rugs
Pleasure boats and motors
Recorded media
Footwear
Stereo equipment, etc
Apparel, household goods-wool
Toiletries and cosmetics
Camping apparel and gear
Apparel, household goods-cotton
Artwork, antiques, stamps, etc.
Numismatic coins
Apparel, textiles, nonwool or cotton
Photo equipment
Motorcycles and parts
Televisions and video equipment
Pharmaceutical preparations

45,486
9,211
2,295
1,885
2,188
302
746
1,076
2,527
1,168
693
137
142
179
303
176
218
71
1,531
556
278
767
780
3,898
913
333
3,451
294
238
2,300
6,828
7,150

Other goods

Monthly
Change

Year-to-Date
2013

Year-to-Date
2012

Year-to-Date
Change

347
269
211
198
113
110
64
57
52
25
19
19
9
9
8
7
2
-4
-8
-10
-13
-13
-14
-15
-23
-35
-36
-37
-40
-46
-49
-225
-261

227,572
22,635
5,006
16,730
26,935
4,716
2,780
4,222
2,235
789
68
7,910
489
569
1,358
4,030
22
6
19,292
288
13,486
8,947
6,851
8,872
1,982
5,511
977
1,748
18,721
6,399
4,135
22,920
6,945

229,262
23,924
3,532
17,446
28,122
4,904
2,430
5,305
2,466
671
44
7,714
406
741
1,302
3,806
10
1
20,414
343
13,091
9,971
6,698
9,321
1,965
5,522
1,121
1,842
17,721
5,247
4,918
21,617
6,649

-1,690
-1,289
1,474
-715
-1,187
-188
350
-1,084
-231
118
24
196
83
-172
56
224
13
4
-1,122
-55
395
-1,023
153
-449
17
-12
-143
-94
1,000
1,153
-783
1,302
296

25,186

788

123,982

121,765

2,217

44,456
7,321
1,908
1,793
2,119
253
702
1,037
2,488
1,137
675
128
135
172
300
173
217
75
1,542
572
300
798
814
3,945
968
393
3,517
361
333
2,482
7,795

1,030
1,890
387
92
68
49
43
39
39
30
19
9
7
7
3
3
1
-4
-12
-16
-22
-31
-35
-47
-54
-60
-65
-67
-94
-181
-967

220,871
36,489
9,544
9,482
10,909
1,422
3,736
5,477
13,757
5,734
3,413
671
708
895
1,472
890
1,030
383
8,150
2,881
1,435
3,905
3,971
20,197
3,951
1,512
17,359
1,707
1,349
12,845
35,597

213,355
31,453
8,672
9,059
10,387
1,373
3,555
5,086
14,225
5,518
3,233
690
678
887
1,503
848
1,027
384
7,746
2,806
1,437
3,533
3,745
19,753
3,956
695
16,270
2,423
1,270
13,925
37,218

7,516
5,036
872
423
522
48
181
392
-468
215
180
-19
30
8
-31
42
3
-1
403
75
-2
372
226
445
-5
816
1,089
-715
79
-1,080
-1,621

6,662

488

32,226

30,097

2,129

(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 A-1 of this release or at
www.census.gov/ft900 or www.bea.gov/newsreleases/international/trade/tradnewsrelease.htm.

- 11 -

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
Period
Total

Net
Adjustments

Exports

Petroleum
Non(1)
petroleum

Total

Net
Adjustments

Imports

Petroleum
Non(1)
petroleum

Total

Net
Adjustments

Petroleum
(1)

Nonpetroleum

2012
Jan. - Dec.

-741,475

-11,864

-291,261

-438,350 1,561,239

27,394

414,779

1,860,540

Jan. - May

-320,679

-5,126

-135,424

-180,129

647,980

15,530
6,606

123,518 1,422,190 2,302,714


49,987

591,388

968,660

11,732

185,411

771,517

January
February
March
April
May
June

-67,134
-60,966
-65,504
-63,689
-63,386
-59,412

-1,165
-831
-1,168
-776
-1,186
-1,058

-29,894
-26,109
-27,662
-26,975
-24,785
-22,732

-36,075
-34,026
-36,675
-35,938
-37,415
-35,622

127,311
128,383
131,865
130,246
130,175
131,446

1,357
1,448
1,240
1,483
1,078
1,228

9,319
9,783
10,386
10,430
10,068
10,389

116,634
117,153
120,239
118,332
119,029
119,829

194,445
189,349
197,369
193,935
193,562
190,858

2,522
2,279
2,407
2,260
2,264
2,286

39,213
35,891
38,048
37,405
34,853
33,121

152,710
151,179
156,914
154,270
156,445
155,451

July
August
September
October
November

-59,464
-60,619
-58,897
-60,360
-64,862

-791
-918
-954
-997
-1,028

-21,613
-23,521
-21,926
-24,221
-22,765

-37,061
-36,180
-36,017
-35,142
-41,069

130,276
128,446
132,752
127,987
129,667

1,438
1,339
1,336
1,283
1,137

9,947
9,252
11,091
10,492
10,790

118,892
117,855
120,325
116,212
117,740

189,741
189,064
191,649
188,346
194,529

2,229
2,257
2,290
2,280
2,165

31,559
32,772
33,017
34,713
33,555

155,953
154,035
156,342
151,354
158,809

December

-57,182

-993

-19,059

-37,130

132,685

1,163

11,572

119,950

189,866

2,156

30,631

157,079

-300,985

-6,195

-106,851

-187,939

652,355

4,974

50,006

597,376

953,340

11,169

156,857

785,315

-61,440
-62,296
-55,401
-58,405
-63,443

-936
-1,818
-1,232
-1,113
-1,095

-24,279
-21,614
-20,461
-19,729
-20,768

-36,225
-38,864
-33,707
-37,562
-41,580

130,630
131,083
129,262
131,127
130,254

1,189
563
943
1,082
1,197

9,724
10,574
9,633
9,905
10,170

119,718
119,946
118,685
120,140
118,887

192,070
193,379
184,662
189,531
193,698

2,125
2,382
2,176
2,195
2,292

34,003
32,187
30,094
29,634
30,938

155,943
158,810
152,392
157,702
160,468

2013
Jan. - May
January
February
March
April (R)
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 Standard International Trade Classification (SITC). The end-use petroleum products, however, include some products such as ethane,
butane, benzene, and toluene which are included in "Manufactured Goods" in the SITC.
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 A-1 of this release or www.census.gov/ft900 or at www.bea.gov/newsreleases/international/trade/tradnewsrelease.htm.

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Part A: Seasonally Adjusted


Exhibit 10. Real Exports and Imports of Goods by Principal End-Use Category
Chained (2009) 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.

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
2012
Jan. - Dec.
Jan. - May

1,359,300
563,522

100,623
41,569

374,836
156,043

529,041
219,735

141,080
58,765

172,555
70,881

48,738
19,540

-7,572
-3,010

January
February
March
April
May
June

111,292
111,523
114,420
112,635
113,651
116,378

8,261
7,975
8,091
8,323
8,918
8,593

30,896
30,772
31,858
31,269
31,248
32,836

43,335
43,639
44,887
43,589
44,285
43,983

11,881
11,719
11,641
11,769
11,755
12,207

13,949
14,109
14,225
14,392
14,205
14,832

3,572
3,987
4,318
3,856
3,808
4,301

-602
-677
-600
-563
-567
-375

July
August
September
October
November
December

114,571
111,985
114,532
110,364
112,614
115,334

9,439
8,343
8,809
8,127
7,874
7,869

31,312
30,069
31,393
29,365
30,663
33,155

44,157
44,450
44,890
43,620
44,277
43,929

11,933
11,774
11,461
11,380
11,887
11,673

14,459
14,310
14,503
14,618
14,585
14,368

3,732
3,924
4,074
4,194
4,228
4,746

-460
-885
-598
-938
-900
-406

Jan. - May

569,702

38,489

159,725

218,820

60,009

74,546

21,552

-3,439

January
February
March
April (R)
May
June

113,568
113,759
112,537
114,888
114,951

8,218
8,142
7,490
7,398
7,241

31,338
32,094
32,164
32,033
32,096

44,247
43,226
42,943
43,764
44,640

11,604
11,911
11,698
12,235
12,561

14,858
14,422
14,205
16,121
14,940

4,010
4,424
4,550
4,190
4,377

-706
-459
-514
-854
-906

2013

July
August
September
October
November
December

Imports
2012
Jan. - Dec.
Jan. - May

1,947,629
810,310

90,093
37,250

479,284
201,201

554,947
231,403

282,533
116,035

500,296
206,576

66,458
27,794

-25,980
-9,949

January
February
March
April
May
June

162,260
158,502
164,172
162,254
163,123
162,920

7,583
7,409
7,400
7,436
7,421
7,342

41,175
39,387
40,412
40,565
39,663
40,136

45,223
45,196
47,487
46,152
47,345
46,548

23,033
23,407
23,324
22,898
23,372
24,069

41,395
39,524
41,990
41,614
42,053
41,290

5,325
5,476
5,814
5,445
5,734
5,722

-1,475
-1,897
-2,255
-1,856
-2,465
-2,188

July
August
September
October
November
December

163,479
162,190
163,204
158,839
165,263
161,425

7,508
7,618
7,523
7,311
7,778
7,763

40,183
40,195
40,167
39,088
40,235
38,079

46,175
45,738
46,166
46,178
46,261
46,477

24,613
23,884
23,075
23,190
24,158
23,508

41,699
41,159
42,873
39,735
43,633
43,331

5,486
5,602
5,599
5,511
5,561
5,183

-2,185
-2,006
-2,199
-2,174
-2,363
-2,916

Jan. - May

812,586

39,290

194,193

231,478

117,258

213,847

29,750

-13,229

January
February
March
April (R)
May
June

162,478
163,477
157,179
162,244
167,208

7,709
7,938
7,755
7,828
8,061

39,867
38,559
37,870
38,115
39,782

46,704
46,928
44,989
46,223
46,634

22,265
23,572
22,843
23,888
24,689

42,608
44,085
40,073
42,949
44,132

5,572
5,346
6,040
6,152
6,640

-2,245
-2,951
-2,391
-2,911
-2,731

2013

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 Census Basis exports or imports and the sum of the components. For additional information, see
www.census.gov/foreign-trade/aip/priceadj.html.
NOTE: For information on data sources, nonsampling errors and definitions, see the information section on page A-1 of this release or at
www.census.gov/ft900 or www.bea.gov/newsreleases/international/trade/tradnewsrelease.htm.

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Part A: Seasonally Adjusted


Exhibit 11. Real Exports, Imports, and Balance of Goods, Petroleum and Non-Petroleum End-Use Commodity Category Totals
Chained (2009) 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.

Period

Balance

Exports

Imports

Total
NonResidual
Census Petroleum
petroleum
(2)
Basis (1)

Total
NonResidual
Census Petroleum
petroleum
(2)
Basis (1)

Total
NonResidual
Census Petroleum
petroleum
(2)
Basis (1)

2011
Jan. - Dec.
Jan. - May

-595,425
-247,496

-182,099
-79,909

-428,531
-170,961

15,205
3,374

1,305,445
536,659

68,044
26,318

1,234,193
509,986

3,209
355

1,900,870
784,155

250,143
106,227

1,662,723
680,947

-11,996
-3,019

January
February
March
April
May
June

-52,872
-51,193
-48,674
-45,584
-49,174
-52,871

-17,220
-15,507
-16,879
-14,447
-15,856
-15,794

-35,817
-36,546
-31,971
-32,563
-34,064
-38,042

165
861
176
1,425
747
965

106,737
103,762
108,497
109,248
108,415
105,014

5,631
4,956
4,682
5,568
5,482
5,156

100,912
98,815
104,061
103,460
102,739
99,753

195
-8
-245
220
194
105

159,609
154,955
157,171
154,832
157,588
157,885

22,850
20,463
21,561
20,015
21,338
20,951

136,729
135,361
136,031
136,023
136,803
137,794

30
-869
-421
-1,205
-553
-861

July
August
September
October
November
December

-49,511
-48,553
-48,643
-48,005
-49,561
-50,785

-14,913
-13,998
-14,576
-14,086
-14,580
-14,244

-36,048
-36,479
-35,713
-35,924
-36,687
-38,676

1,450
1,923
1,646
2,006
1,706
2,134

109,531
109,180
110,069
112,560
110,402
112,030

5,913
6,088
5,824
6,290
6,068
6,384

103,225
102,598
103,912
105,761
103,887
105,071

393
493
333
509
447
575

159,042
157,733
158,713
160,565
159,963
162,815

20,826
20,086
20,400
20,377
20,648
20,628

139,273
139,077
139,626
141,685
140,574
143,747

-1,057
-1,430
-1,313
-1,497
-1,260
-1,560

-588,329
-246,788

-157,739
-69,256

-466,345
-190,110

35,755
12,579

1,359,300
563,522

72,874
28,551

1,281,662
533,954

4,764
1,018

1,947,629
810,310

230,613
97,807

1,748,007
724,064

-30,991
-11,561

January
February
March
April
May
June

-50,967
-46,979
-49,751
-49,618
-49,472
-46,542

-15,021
-13,255
-13,795
-14,034
-13,151
-12,714

-37,661
-36,380
-38,682
-37,974
-39,414
-36,983

1,714
2,656
2,726
2,389
3,094
3,155

111,292
111,523
114,420
112,635
113,651
116,378

5,454
5,620
5,831
5,771
5,874
6,687

105,742
105,720
108,364
106,623
107,504
109,088

96
183
225
241
273
603

162,260
158,502
164,172
162,254
163,123
162,920

20,475
18,875
19,626
19,805
19,025
19,401

143,403
142,100
147,046
144,596
146,918
146,071

-1,618
-2,473
-2,501
-2,148
-2,820
-2,552

July
August
September
October
November
December

-48,908
-50,205
-48,672
-48,475

-12,775
-13,733
-12,667
-13,269

-39,386
-39,213
-39,369
-37,903

3,254
2,741
3,363
2,698

6,362
5,580
6,323
5,916

107,707
106,204
107,677
104,037

-43,608
-39,771

3,602
4,364

6,478
6,977

105,479
107,517

163,479
162,190
163,204
158,839
165,263
161,425

147,094
145,418
147,046
141,940

-12,642
-10,683

502
200
532
411
657
840

19,137
19,313
18,989
19,185

-52,649
-46,091

114,571
111,985
114,532
110,364
112,614
115,334

19,120
17,660

149,087
147,288

-2,752
-2,541
-2,831
-2,287
-2,944
-3,523

-242,885

-60,776

-200,606

18,497

569,702

30,442

537,088

2,172

812,586

91,218

737,694

-16,325

-48,911
-49,719
-44,642
-47,356
-52,257

-13,117
-11,947
-11,808
-11,490
-12,413

-38,891
-41,697
-36,355
-39,919
-43,744

3,097
3,925
3,522
4,053
3,900

113,568
113,759
112,537
114,888
114,951

5,927
6,185
5,695
6,129
6,506

107,265
107,075
106,572
108,328
107,849

375
499
271
431
595

162,478
163,477
157,179
162,244
167,208

19,044
18,132
17,503
17,619
18,919

146,156
148,772
142,927
148,247
151,593

-2,722
-3,426
-3,250
-3,622
-3,305

2012
Jan. - Dec.
Jan. - May

2013
Jan. - May
January
February
March
April (R)
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
(1) Detailed data are presented on a Census basis. The information to convert to a BOP basis is not available.
(2) The "residual" represents the difference between total Census Basis exports or imports and the sum of the components. For additional information, see
www.census.gov/foreign-trade/aip/priceadj.html.
NOTE: For information on data sources, nonsampling errors and definitions, see the information section on page A-1 of this release or at www.census.gov/ft900 or
www.bea.gov/newsreleases/international/trade/tradnewsrelease.htm.

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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
Period

Total Balance
of Payments
Basis

Exports

Total Census
Basis

Total Balance
of Payments
Basis

Net
Adjustments

Imports
Total Census
Basis

Total Balance
of Payments
Basis

Net
Adjustments

Total Census
Basis

2011
Jan. - Dec.
Jan. - May

-744,139
-282,921

-727,765
-277,027

1,495,853
606,341

15,562
6,780

1,480,290
599,562

2,239,991
889,262

31,936
12,674

2,208,055
876,588

January
February
March
April
May
June

-58,038
-47,653
-55,327
-55,528
-66,375
-70,068

-56,862
-46,776
-54,254
-54,247
-64,888
-68,536

111,426
111,025
133,171
125,355
125,364
124,362

1,240
1,486
1,447
1,308
1,299
1,315

110,186
109,539
131,724
124,047
124,066
123,047

169,464
158,678
188,498
180,883
191,739
194,429

2,416
2,363
2,520
2,590
2,785
2,847

167,048
156,315
185,978
178,294
188,954
191,582

July
August
September
October
November
December

-68,358
-71,091
-63,975
-62,597
-66,102
-59,028

-67,019
-69,613
-62,539
-60,773
-64,630
-57,628

121,649
128,016
128,492
132,273
126,770
127,950

1,404
1,282
1,461
1,185
1,077
1,059

120,245
126,734
127,031
131,088
125,693
126,891

190,007
199,107
192,467
194,870
192,872
186,978

2,742
2,760
2,897
3,009
2,549
2,458

187,265
196,347
189,570
191,861
190,323
184,519

-741,475
-305,054

-729,611
-300,058

1,561,239
646,945

15,530
6,518

1,545,709
640,427

2,302,714
952,000

27,394
11,514

2,275,320
940,485

January
February
March
April
May
June

-66,830
-49,014
-58,247
-62,758
-68,206
-60,336

-65,683
-48,257
-57,077
-62,012
-67,028
-59,304

119,142
125,001
141,446
128,921
132,435
133,794

1,303
1,392
1,213
1,517
1,094
1,248

117,839
123,609
140,233
127,405
131,342
132,547

185,972
174,015
199,693
191,679
200,641
194,130

2,450
2,148
2,383
2,263
2,271
2,279

183,522
171,866
197,310
189,417
198,370
191,851

July
August
September
October
November
December

-72,086
-67,184
-58,268
-66,081

-71,296
-66,182
-57,289
-65,015

1,462
1,352
1,332
1,332

121,412
128,587
128,198
133,600

192,707
194,769
185,488
198,614

-64,248
-46,219

1,119
1,167

130,182
130,756

194,960
197,123
187,799
201,012
196,609
179,081

2,252
2,354
2,311
2,398

-65,308
-47,158

122,874
129,939
129,531
134,931
131,301
131,924

2,179
2,106

194,431
176,975

-284,419

-278,377

651,013

4,866

646,146

935,432

10,908

924,523

-62,720
-48,306
-46,477
-62,029
-64,887

-61,797
-46,571
-45,273
-60,923
-63,813

124,519
124,092
137,345
130,836
134,221

1,129
486
931
1,108
1,212

123,390
123,606
136,414
129,728
133,009

187,239
172,398
183,822
192,865
199,108

2,052
2,221
2,135
2,214
2,286

185,187
170,177
181,687
190,651
196,822

April data as published last month:


-45,269

-44,986

138,103

1,690

136,414

183,373

1,973

181,400

2012
Jan. - Dec.
Jan. - May

2013
Jan. - May
January
February
March
April (R)
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December

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 A-1 of this release or at www.census.gov/ft900 or www.bea.gov/newsreleases/international/trade/tradnewsrelease.htm.

- 15 -

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.

Period

Total Balance
of Payments
Basis

End-Use Commodity Category


Net
Adjustments

Total Census
Foods, Feeds,
Basis (1)
& Beverages

Industrial
Supplies (2)

Capital Goods

Automotive
Vehicles, etc.

Consumer
Goods

Other Goods

Exports
2012
Jan. - Dec.
Jan. - May

1,561,239
646,945

15,530
6,518

1,545,709
640,427

132,810
52,003

501,071
214,302

527,375
216,135

146,126
61,453

181,745
73,900

56,581
22,633

January
February
March
April
May
June

119,142
125,001
141,446
128,921
132,435
133,794

1,303
1,392
1,213
1,517
1,094
1,248

117,839
123,609
140,233
127,405
131,342
132,547

10,380
10,397
10,897
10,061
10,269
9,462

40,235
41,078
45,802
43,519
43,668
42,238

39,332
41,120
48,629
42,219
44,836
45,728

10,409
11,831
13,489
12,723
13,001
13,086

13,398
14,603
16,340
14,402
15,158
17,108

4,085
4,581
5,076
4,482
4,410
4,925

July
August
September
October
November
December

122,874
129,939
129,531
134,931
131,301
131,924

1,462
1,352
1,332
1,332
1,119
1,167

121,412
128,587
128,198
133,600
130,182
130,756

9,832
10,661
10,823
14,253
13,661
12,115

39,832
41,140
40,915
40,536
39,513
42,595

42,751
44,911
44,230
44,919
43,634
45,068

10,425
12,482
11,948
12,674
12,664
11,393

14,306
14,835
15,514
16,269
15,783
14,029

4,266
4,557
4,769
4,949
4,926
5,556

Jan. - May

651,013

4,866

646,146

53,300

210,983

216,409

63,207

77,283

24,965

January
February
March
April (R)
May
June

124,519
124,092
137,345
130,836
134,221

1,129
486
931
1,108
1,212

123,390
123,606
136,414
129,728
133,009

11,943
11,469
10,728
9,654
9,505

40,586
40,629
44,232
42,446
43,091

41,252
39,891
46,427
43,241
45,598

10,345
12,013
13,551
13,396
13,901

14,632
14,457
16,129
16,165
15,900

4,631
5,147
5,346
4,826
5,015

2013

July
August
September
October
November
December

Imports
2012
Jan. - Dec.
Jan. - May

2,302,714
952,000

27,394
11,514

2,275,320
940,485

110,258
46,672

730,374
315,872

548,614
224,092

297,813
121,619

516,342
202,312

71,920
29,918

January
February
March
April
May
June

185,972
174,015
199,693
191,679
200,641
194,130

2,450
2,148
2,383
2,263
2,271
2,279

183,522
171,866
197,310
189,417
198,370
191,851

9,727
8,583
9,567
9,200
9,595
9,052

62,948
56,002
65,668
65,406
65,849
61,541

41,938
40,979
48,612
44,729
47,834
47,748

22,176
23,591
26,633
24,469
24,749
25,479

41,128
37,043
40,229
39,777
44,135
41,682

5,605
5,669
6,601
5,836
6,207
6,349

July
August
September
October
November
December

194,960
197,123
187,799
201,012
196,609
179,081

2,252
2,354
2,311
2,398
2,179
2,106

192,707
194,769
185,488
198,614
194,431
176,975

8,992
9,013
8,475
9,257
9,377
9,421

61,259
61,846
58,264
59,957
57,944
53,690

47,237
46,414
43,946
48,115
46,437
44,624

23,964
26,263
23,233
26,582
26,876
23,796

45,334
45,235
45,578
48,381
47,739
40,081

5,921
5,997
5,991
6,323
6,057
5,363

Jan. - May

935,432

10,908

924,523

48,436

289,335

221,663

123,512

209,487

32,091

January
February
March
April (R)
May
June

187,239
172,398
183,822
192,865
199,108

2,052
2,221
2,135
2,214
2,286

185,187
170,177
181,687
190,651
196,822

9,542
8,852
9,835
9,837
10,370

60,422
51,820
56,849
59,516
60,727

43,640
40,746
44,872
45,758
46,648

22,169
23,508
25,893
25,968
25,974

43,375
39,856
37,502
42,818
45,935

6,039
5,395
6,736
6,753
7,167

2013

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 A-1 of this release or at
www.census.gov/ft900 or www.bea.gov/newsreleases/international/trade/tradnewsrelease.htm.

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Part B: NOT Seasonally Adjusted

Exhibit 14. Exports, Imports, and Balance of Goods by Selected Countries and Areas--2013
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
Item (1)

Total Balance of Payments Basis


Net Adjustments
Total Census Basis
North America
Canada
Mexico

May
2013

Exports

April
2013

Year-to-Date
2013

May
2013

Imports

April
2013

Year-to-Date
2013

-64,887 (R)
-1,074 (R)
-63,813 (R)

-62,029
-1,106
-60,923

-284,419
-6,042
-278,377

134,221 (R)
1,212 (R)
133,009 (R)

130,836
1,108
129,728

651,013
4,866
646,146

-7,190 (R)
-1,890 (R)
-5,300

-6,778
-2,346
-4,433

-36,738
-13,887
-22,851

45,694 (R)
26,453 (R)
19,240

46,146
26,245
19,901

217,773
125,042
92,731

May
2013

April
2013

199,108 (R)
2,286 (R)
196,822 (R)

Year-to-Date
2013

192,865
2,214
190,651

935,432
10,908
924,523

52,884
28,343
24,541

52,925
28,591
24,334

254,511
138,929
115,582

Europe
European Union
Austria
Belgium
Czech Republic
Finland
France
Germany
Hungary
Ireland
Italy
Netherlands
Poland
Spain
Sweden
United Kingdom
Other
Norway
Russia
Switzerland
Other Europe
Euro Area

-12,362
-10,822
-521
983
-182
-175
-921
-5,836
-178
-2,258
-1,711
1,904
-54
-237
-487
-538
-610
49
-1,982
-1,098
1,491
-8,900

-11,993
-12,429
-495
1,326
-175
-172
-1,380
-6,094
-125
-2,399
-2,029
1,648
-142
-123
-414
-848
-1,007
-102
-1,319
1,432
425
-10,017

-53,490
-50,549
-2,442
5,165
-734
-996
-5,162
-25,772
-711
-10,881
-8,573
7,538
-347
-841
-1,869
-1,357
-3,569
-351
-7,149
455
4,103
-42,999

28,251
22,493
319
2,809
165
194
2,642
4,053
129
507
1,581
3,442
369
873
420
4,066
924
379
780
2,151
2,449
16,995

27,868
21,144
327
2,928
141
214
2,687
3,761
139
581
1,230
3,444
268
885
339
3,480
720
335
1,086
3,874
1,429
16,440

134,927
106,885
1,559
12,905
813
968
12,623
19,861
679
2,764
6,771
16,343
1,579
4,131
1,974
19,949
3,967
1,730
4,534
12,702
9,076
80,033

40,613
33,314
840
1,826
347
369
3,564
9,888
306
2,765
3,292
1,538
422
1,110
907
4,604
1,535
329
2,762
3,249
958
25,895

39,861
33,573
822
1,602
317
386
4,067
9,855
264
2,980
3,259
1,796
410
1,008
753
4,328
1,726
437
2,405
2,443
1,003
26,457

188,417
157,434
4,001
7,740
1,547
1,964
17,785
45,633
1,390
13,644
15,343
8,806
1,926
4,972
3,843
21,306
7,535
2,081
11,682
12,246
4,973
123,033

Pacific Rim Countries


Australia
China
Indonesia
Japan
Malaysia
Philippines
Newly Industrialized Countries (NICs)
Hong Kong
Korea
Singapore
Taiwan
Other

-33,730
1,381
-27,860
-737
-5,405
-1,449
-132
488
2,972
-2,458
1,211
-1,237
-17

-32,481
1,076
-24,110
-860
-6,942
-1,256
5
-342
2,447
-2,380
757
-1,166
-52

-150,332
6,464
-121,056
-4,358
-30,925
-5,811
-187
5,749
14,596
-9,440
5,063
-4,471
-208

31,113
2,210
8,787
789
5,785
1,123
620
11,489
3,385
3,212
2,679
2,213
310

29,397
1,982
8,992
767
5,050
1,009
773
10,517
2,820
3,207
2,373
2,117
307

153,535
10,372
45,901
3,535
26,582
5,198
3,461
57,025
16,803
16,835
12,461
10,926
1,462

64,843
829
36,646
1,526
11,190
2,572
752
11,000
413
5,670
1,467
3,450
327

61,878
905
33,102
1,628
11,992
2,264
768
10,859
372
5,587
1,616
3,283
359

303,867
3,908
166,957
7,893
57,507
11,009
3,648
51,276
2,206
26,276
7,398
15,397
1,670

501
462
852
488
-542
-758

875
595
1,188
325
-402
-831

7,639
2,141
6,319
1,500
-1,936
-385

14,844
855
3,423
1,530
1,512
7,525

14,319
946
3,365
1,364
1,471
7,173

74,525
3,959
17,145
6,948
7,506
38,967

14,344
393
2,571
1,042
2,054
8,283

13,444
351
2,177
1,039
1,873
8,004

66,886
1,818
10,827
5,448
9,442
39,352

OPEC
Nigeria
Saudi Arabia
Venezuela
Other

-6,293
-641
-2,705
-1,512
-1,434

-6,613
-955
-2,563
-1,519
-1,577

-27,394
-4,007
-11,046
-7,424
-4,918

7,154
381
1,788
1,230
3,756

6,902
396
1,482
1,299
3,725

36,938
2,198
8,052
5,985
20,704

13,447
1,022
4,493
2,743
5,190

13,515
1,351
4,045
2,818
5,302

64,333
6,204
19,098
13,408
25,622

Africa
Algeria
Egypt
South Africa
Other

-2,502
-365
229
-248
-2,118

-1,863
-212
283
-229
-1,706

-7,529
-1,315
1,821
-103
-7,932

2,752
252
350
618
1,532

2,511
141
426
531
1,413

14,805
874
2,492
3,600
7,839

5,254
617
121
865
3,650

4,374
353
142
760
3,119

22,334
2,190
671
3,703
15,771

Other Countries
India
Thailand
Other

-6,495
-2,266
-1,157
-3,073

-6,152
-2,420
-1,044
-2,688

-28,314
-9,182
-5,449
-13,682

5,629
1,936
1,022
2,671

5,106
1,655
1,060
2,390

26,599
8,757
5,069
12,772

12,124
4,202
2,179
5,744

11,258
4,075
2,104
5,078

54,912
17,939
10,518
26,455

South/Central America
Argentina
Brazil
Chile
Colombia
Other

Unidentified Countries (2)


Timing Adjustments

(-)

(-)

(-)

(-)

(-)

(-)

(X)

(X)

(X)

(X)

164

-686

(X)

-39

-69

(X)

-203

617

(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 A-2 for a list of countries.
* Country grouping data reflect the groups as they were at the time of reporting.
* For information on data sources, nonsampling errors and definitions, see the information section on page A-1 of this release or at www.census.gov/ft900 or
www.bea.gov/newsreleases/international/trade/tradnewsrelease.htm.

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Part B: NOT Seasonally Adjusted

Exhibit 14a. Exports, Imports, and Balance of Goods by Selected Countries and Areas--2012
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
Item (1)

Total Balance of Payments Basis


Net Adjustments
Total Census Basis

May
2012

Exports

April
2012

Year-to-Date
2012

May
2012

Imports

April
2012

Year-to-Date
2012

May
2012

April
2012

Year-to-Date
2012

-68,206
-1,177
-67,028

-62,758
-746
-62,012

-305,054
-4,996
-300,058

132,435
1,094
131,342

128,921
1,517
127,405

646,945
6,518
640,427

200,641
2,271
198,370

191,679
2,263
189,417

952,000
11,514
940,485

-8,055
-1,676
-6,379

-8,813
-3,280
-5,533

-43,359
-15,185
-28,173

44,337
25,903
18,434

41,710
24,486
17,224

210,999
122,365
88,634

52,393
27,579
24,814

50,523
27,766
22,757

254,357
137,551
116,807

Europe
European Union
Austria
Belgium
Czech Republic
Finland
France
Germany
Hungary
Ireland
Italy
Netherlands
Poland
Spain
Sweden
United Kingdom
Other
Norway
Russia
Switzerland
Other Europe
Euro Area

-12,029
-10,597
-598
775
-177
-229
-554
-4,789
-147
-2,838
-1,818
1,635
-97
-248
-544
-404
-566
-467
-1,752
-148
936
-8,670

-9,615
-8,938
-499
974
-207
-143
-746
-4,686
-126
-2,043
-1,800
1,269
-148
-6
-424
239
-592
-240
-1,287
9
841
-7,812

-47,036
-43,724
-2,866
5,385
-890
-1,193
-4,007
-22,853
-642
-11,473
-7,604
6,937
-617
-596
-2,321
1,482
-2,466
-1,697
-7,330
680
5,035
-38,634

28,019
22,853
220
2,643
186
228
2,910
4,226
137
532
1,470
3,388
252
837
439
4,441
943
274
815
2,092
1,986
16,986

27,541
22,344
229
2,372
134
239
2,611
4,181
118
717
1,411
3,260
263
897
462
4,702
747
214
1,074
2,079
1,831
16,317

141,784
114,037
1,042
12,656
801
1,151
13,106
20,864
641
3,321
7,246
16,535
1,308
4,103
2,251
24,376
4,634
1,432
4,303
11,831
10,181
82,649

40,048
33,450
818
1,868
364
457
3,464
9,015
284
3,370
3,289
1,753
349
1,085
983
4,844
1,508
741
2,567
2,240
1,050
25,656

37,156
31,281
728
1,397
341
382
3,358
8,867
244
2,761
3,211
1,991
411
903
885
4,463
1,339
454
2,361
2,070
990
24,129

188,820
157,761
3,908
7,271
1,691
2,344
17,113
43,716
1,284
14,795
14,850
9,598
1,925
4,699
4,572
22,894
7,100
3,129
11,633
11,151
5,146
121,283

Pacific Rim Countries


Australia
China
Indonesia
Japan
Malaysia
Philippines
Newly Industrialized Countries (NICs)
Hong Kong
Korea
Singapore
Taiwan
Other

-32,245
1,733
-25,979
-665
-6,427
-982
-187
284
2,850
-1,980
750
-1,336
-21

-30,131
1,600
-24,546
-850
-6,277
-908
-89
967
3,285
-1,778
810
-1,350
-28

-145,348
8,638
-117,524
-4,148
-33,011
-5,218
-821
6,570
14,316
-6,110
3,913
-5,549
167

31,531
2,634
8,959
827
5,684
1,212
624
11,247
3,246
3,486
2,501
2,014
344

31,118
2,352
8,465
633
5,809
1,079
663
11,817
3,610
3,695
2,513
2,000
300

156,315
12,558
44,381
3,387
28,683
5,228
3,119
57,167
16,209
18,569
12,390
9,998
1,792

63,776
901
34,938
1,493
12,111
2,194
811
10,963
397
5,466
1,751
3,350
365

61,248
752
33,011
1,482
12,086
1,986
752
10,850
324
5,473
1,703
3,350
329

301,663
3,920
161,905
7,535
61,694
10,446
3,940
50,597
1,893
24,679
8,478
15,548
1,625

790
735
994
844
-987
-797

520
695
732
614
-861
-660

-569
2,406
2,959
3,359
-4,538
-4,755

15,345
1,141
3,478
1,608
1,361
7,757

15,586
978
3,641
1,514
1,304
8,149

73,852
4,186
17,293
7,543
6,373
38,457

14,556
406
2,484
764
2,348
8,554

15,065
283
2,908
900
2,165
8,809

74,422
1,780
14,334
4,184
10,911
43,212

OPEC
Nigeria
Saudi Arabia
Venezuela
Other

-11,240
-1,430
-4,482
-1,576
-3,752

-11,459
-1,627
-4,352
-2,151
-3,328

-48,349
-6,262
-18,403
-10,394
-13,290

6,438
507
1,232
1,334
3,366

6,310
354
1,432
1,393
3,131

31,611
1,909
7,198
6,414
16,090

17,677
1,937
5,713
2,910
7,118

17,769
1,981
5,784
3,544
6,459

79,960
8,171
25,601
16,807
29,381

Africa
Algeria
Egypt
South Africa
Other

-3,394
-810
85
-148
-2,522

-3,351
-929
223
(-)
-2,647

-15,981
-4,480
975
-419
-12,056

3,071
263
398
590
1,820

2,782
83
516
664
1,518

13,571
652
2,307
3,070
7,542

6,465
1,072
314
738
4,342

6,133
1,012
293
663
4,165

29,552
5,132
1,332
3,490
19,598

Other Countries
India
Thailand
Other

-5,896
-1,801
-1,289
-2,806

-5,170
-1,570
-1,361
-2,239

-26,398
-8,276
-6,295
-11,827

5,471
1,769
966
2,736

5,039
1,758
864
2,417

24,918
8,131
4,253
12,534

11,367
3,570
2,255
5,542

10,209
3,328
2,225
4,656

51,316
16,406
10,549
24,361

(-)

(-)

(-)

(-)

(-)

(-)

(X)

(X)

(X)

North America
Canada
Mexico

South/Central America
Argentina
Brazil
Chile
Colombia
Other

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 A-2 for a list of countries.
* Country grouping data reflect the groups as they were at the time of reporting.
* For information on data sources, nonsampling errors and definitions, see the information section on page A-1 of this release or at www.census.gov/ft900 or
www.bea.gov/newsreleases/international/trade/tradnewsrelease.htm.

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Part B: NOT Seasonally Adjusted

Exhibit 15. Exports and Imports of Goods by Principal 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.

2013
Item (1)

May
Exports

2012

April
Imports

Exports

Year-to-Date
Imports

Exports

Year-to-Date

Imports

Exports

Imports

Total Balance of Payment Basis (2)


Net Adjustments (2)

134,221
1,212

199,108 (R)
2,286 (R)

130,836 (R)
1,108 (R)

192,865
2,214

651,013
4,866

935,432
10,908

646,945
6,518

952,000
11,514

Total Census Basis (2)


Manufactured Goods (3)
Agricultural Commodities (3)

133,009
101,352
10,352

196,822 (R)
158,563
9,417

129,728 (R)
97,580
10,571

190,651
153,292
9,550

646,146
486,244
58,117

924,523
741,956
45,689

640,427
481,365
57,089

940,485
733,289
44,665

Food and Live Animals


Live animals other than fish
Meat and preparations
Dairy products and birds' eggs
Fish and preparations
Cereals and preparations
Vegetables and fruit
Sugars, preparations and honey
Coffee, tea, cocoa and spices
Feeding stuff for animals
Miscellaneous edible products

8,204
89
1,513
555
312
1,873
1,702
205
254
977
726

8,030
211
557
128
1,613
834
2,472
414
1,171
240
389

8,190
74
1,383
480
468
2,064
1,565
211
246
981
718

7,697
271
615
139
1,205
1,026
2,455
357
1,001
256
372

40,588
344
7,048
2,169
1,783
9,831
8,220
1,009
1,191
5,513
3,481

37,783
1,210
2,815
683
6,506
4,278
12,344
1,784
5,153
1,209
1,801

39,259
363
7,183
1,923
1,859
11,152
7,499
1,021
1,173
3,968
3,117

36,473
1,196
2,719
677
6,649
3,338
11,374
2,060
5,837
981
1,643

539
431
108

1,753
1,625
128

459
355
104

1,711
1,563
148

2,553
1,809
745

8,188
7,444
744

2,393
1,666
727

7,725
7,032
692

Crude Materials Except Fuels


Hides, skins and furskins, raw
Oil seeds and oleaginous fruits
Crude rubber
Cork and wood
Pulp and waste paper
Textile fibers, including waste
Crude fertilizers
Metalliferous ores and metal scrap
Crude animal and vegetable materials

6,044
289
487
295
573
714
853
207
2,378
247

3,139
18
138
373
589
323
122
224
675
677

5,954
413
699
284
557
712
862
210
1,957
260

3,213
56
123
408
616
305
120
233
683
668

35,295
1,472
8,608
1,420
2,613
3,580
4,414
996
10,864
1,329

14,906
230
599
1,890
2,723
1,497
555
1,092
3,461
2,858

37,017
1,276
8,914
1,823
2,293
3,784
4,825
1,065
11,771
1,266

15,808
173
478
2,577
1,947
1,385
620
1,235
4,169
3,224

Mineral Fuels and Lubricants


Coal, coke and briquettes
Petroleum products and preparations
Gas, natural and manufactured
Electric current

11,720
1,052
9,621
1,017
30

33,856
100
32,523
1,038
195

10,737
962
8,705
1,041
29

32,544
82
31,072
1,225
165

55,141
5,227
45,020
4,741
152

159,317
387
151,885
6,112
932

55,859
6,868
45,226
3,680
86

186,534
762
179,988
5,116
668

Animal and Vegetables Oils


Animal oils and fats
Fixed vegetable fats and oils, crude
Animal or vegetables fats, processed

214
50
122
42

491
21
455
15

276
55
186
35

520
24
481
15

1,544
295
1,047
201

2,399
108
2,224
67

1,585
392
975
218

2,511
90
2,343
78

17,500
3,677
1,049
693
3,598
1,235
461
3,012
1,086
2,688

16,880
4,463
1,293
354
5,638
1,019
763
1,221
784
1,344

16,769
3,477
894
647
3,595
1,231
355
2,912
1,030
2,629

18,167
5,207
1,166
338
6,098
1,045
991
1,219
787
1,315

83,650
18,086
4,593
3,118
17,505
6,040
1,881
14,573
4,995
12,858

83,977
23,174
5,974
1,621
27,927
5,016
4,537
5,878
3,652
6,198

83,353
18,311
5,052
3,516
17,060
5,767
2,264
14,208
4,892
12,281

82,382
22,534
6,098
1,588
28,578
4,549
3,788
5,717
3,509
6,020

Beverages and Tobacco


Beverages
Tobacco and manufactures

Chemicals and Related Products


Organic chemicals
Inorganic chemicals
Dyeing, tanning and coloring materials
Medicinial and pharmaceutical products
Essential oils and resinoids
Fertilizers
Plastics in primary forms
Plastics in nonprimary forms
Chemical materials and products

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Part B: NOT Seasonally Adjusted

Exhibit 15. Exports and Imports of Goods by Principal 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.

2013
Item (1)

May
Exports

2012

April
Imports

Exports

Year-to-Date
Imports

Exports

Year-to-Date

Imports

Exports

Imports

Manufactured Goods by Material


Leather and leather manufactures
Rubber manufactures (4)
Cork and wood manufactures
Paper and paperboard
Textile yarn, fabrics
Nonmetallic mineral manufactures (4)
Iron and steel
Nonferrous metals
Manufactures of metals

10,074
135
892
188
1,417
1,173
1,002
1,590
1,366
2,310

21,961
98
1,794
797
1,339
2,263
4,940
3,284
3,480
3,967

9,936
115
844
183
1,363
1,135
1,002
1,579
1,401
2,314

19,689
94
1,863
775
1,285
2,137
3,210
3,253
3,289
3,783

48,491
572
4,193
912
6,763
5,391
5,174
7,789
6,665
11,032

98,684
457
8,670
3,661
6,310
10,478
17,593
15,539
17,572
18,404

49,733
464
4,311
892
6,686
5,326
5,344
8,396
7,554
10,760

100,032
490
8,916
3,092
6,228
10,158
16,251
19,240
17,168
18,487

Machinery and Transport Equipment


Power generating machinery (4)
Specialized industrial machinery
Metalworking machinery
General industrial machinery
Office machines
Telecommunications equipment (4)
Electrical machinery (4)
Road vehicles
Transport equipment (4)

45,105
3,060
4,478
584
5,832
1,745
1,846
6,622
11,064
9,873

75,804
5,042
3,529
847
7,570
9,787
13,377
12,647
20,398
2,607

42,663
2,942
4,313
528
5,728
1,605
2,103
6,420
10,797
8,227

73,579
5,374
3,667
837
7,461
8,966
11,868
12,308
20,730
2,368

210,059
15,006
21,289
2,601
27,530
8,773
9,588
32,026
50,179
43,066

352,466
24,606
17,276
3,988
35,236
45,470
56,546
59,215
97,311
12,818

209,233
16,409
23,628
2,497
26,803
9,053
9,606
31,916
49,105
40,216

350,430
26,414
19,151
4,231
35,333
48,196
53,154
58,706
94,957
10,286

Miscellaneous Manufactured Articles


Prefabricated buildings
Furniture (4)
Travel goods
Apparel and clothing accessories
Footwear
Scientific and controlling equipment (4)
Photographic equipment
Miscellaneous manufactured articles

9,996
232
508
44
282
63
4,219
553
4,095

26,248
836
3,266
903
6,598
1,849
4,002
1,177
7,617

9,705
254
487
45
279
62
3,988
543
4,047

25,648
784
3,146
760
6,400
1,785
3,947
1,145
7,681

50,251
1,165
2,387
226
1,424
322
20,464
2,709
21,554

127,729
3,853
15,492
3,953
33,246
9,875
19,148
5,480
36,681

48,579
1,167
2,334
213
1,421
335
20,380
2,785
19,944

123,533
3,426
14,808
3,805
32,127
9,226
18,547
5,328
36,267

Miscellaneous Commodities
Special transactions
Coin, including gold coin
Coin, other than gold
Gold, nonmonetary
Low value estimate

6,385
600
52
6
2,623
3,103

8,660
5,605
323
1
1,547
1,185

7,375
598
46
6
3,747
2,979

8,084
5,145
371
5
1,388
1,176

35,326
2,956
171
32
17,565
14,602

38,456
24,364
1,437
20
7,100
5,536

33,265
2,887
100
30
16,393
13,855

35,057
21,769
641
19
6,789
5,839

17,229
16,351
392

(X)
(X)
(X)

17,615
16,950
424

(X)
(X)
(X)

83,122
79,320
2,091

(X)
(X)
(X)

80,150
75,974
1,874

(X)
(X)
(X)

Re-Exports
Manufactured Goods (3)
Agricultural Commodities (3)

(1) Detailed data are presented for domestic exports unless otherwise noted. All data are on a Census basis. The information needed to convert to a BOP basis is
not available.
(2) Total exports including re-exports (exports of foreign merchandise).
(3) Manufactured Goods is based on the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) and Agricultural Commodities is based on the Harmonized
System commodities specified by the U.S. Department of Agriculture definition. All other commodity detail is based on the SITC.
(4) Due to non-disclosure requirements, certain 10-digit Schedule B commodity classifications are subject to suppression and require a change in aggregation.
For additional information see www.census.gov/foreign-trade/statistics/notices/aircraft.
NOTE: For information on data sources, nonsampling errors and definitions, see the information section on page A-1 of this release, or at
www.census.gov/ft900 or www.bea.gov/newsreleases/international/trade/tradnewsrelease.htm.

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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

2011

Jan.- Dec.
Jan.- May

-99,651
-35,128

286,830
113,878

386,480
149,006

January
February
March
April
May
June

-7,207
-6,018
-6,752
-7,119
-8,032
-8,756

21,114
20,987
25,370
23,033
23,375
24,712

28,321
27,005
32,121
30,152
31,407
33,469

-8,942
-9,190
-8,461
-10,474
-10,881
-7,818

23,560
23,825
24,225
25,679
24,745
26,206

32,502
33,015
32,686
36,153
35,626
34,023

Jan.- Dec.
Jan.- May

-90,962
-35,010

305,154
122,840

396,116
157,850

January
February
March
April
May
June

-6,796
-5,804
-7,014
-6,712
-8,684
-6,955

22,560
23,423
28,060
23,764
25,033
26,551

29,356
29,226
35,074
30,476
33,717
33,506

-8,431
-6,646
-7,102
-9,929
-11,696
-5,193

24,577
25,611
25,807
26,107
26,099
27,561

33,008
32,257
32,909
36,036
37,796
32,754

Jan.- May

-30,563

126,587

157,150

January
February
March
April
May
June

-7,136
-4,964
-3,409
-7,875
-7,179

24,017
22,992
27,939
24,698
26,941

31,153
27,956
31,348
32,573
34,120

July
August
September
October
November
December
2012

July
August
September
October
November
December
2013

July
August
September
October
November
December
NOTES:
* Due to non-disclosure requirements, certain 10-digit Schedule B commodity classifications are subject
to suppression and require a change in aggregation. As a result, Advanced Technology Product exports
are overstated by $451 million in May 2013. For additional information see www.census.gov/ft900.
* Data are not available on a BOP basis. For information on data sources, nonsampling errors and
definitions, see the information section on page A-1 of this release or at www.census.gov/ft900 or
www.bea.gov/newsreleases/international/trade/tradnewsrelease.htm.

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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.

2013
May

Technology Group
Balance

Total

2012

April

Exports

Imports

Balance

Year-to-Date

Exports

Imports

Balance

Exports

Year-to-Date
Imports

Balance

Exports

Imports

-7,179

26,941

34,120

-7,875

24,698

32,573

-30,563

126,587

157,150

-35,010

122,840

-12

183

196

-33

181

214

21

907

886

33

911

878

Aerospace (1)

6,801

10,168

3,367

5,096

8,739

3,643

27,275

44,487

17,211

26,106

41,323

15,216

Biotechnology

-112

880

991

875

869

124

4,321

4,197

-1,382

3,649

5,031

480

3,564

3,084

415

3,359

2,943

2,159

16,670

14,511

3,070

17,051

13,981

Advanced Materials

Electronics
Flexible Manufacturing
Information and Communications (1)
Life Science

157,850

410

1,360

951

134

1,188

1,054

738

5,697

4,959

-87

5,938

6,025

-12,739

7,221

19,960

-10,379

7,273

17,653

-50,490

36,544

87,034

-47,312

37,305

84,618
19,615

-620

2,791

3,412

-1,659

2,480

4,139

-5,408

13,106

18,514

-6,963

12,652

Nuclear Technology

-1

239

240

-11

136

148

-216

850

1,066

-884

611

1,494

Opto-Electronics (1)

-1,448

389

1,837

-1,495

340

1,836

-6,410

1,994

8,404

-8,420

2,177

10,597

62

146

83

52

126

74

1,644

2,011

367

829

1,224

395

Weapons

2013
May

Selected Countries and Areas


Balance

Total

2012

April

Exports

Imports

Balance

Year-to-Date

Exports

Imports

Balance

Exports

Year-to-Date
Imports

Balance

Exports

Imports

-7,179

26,941

34,120

-7,875

24,698

32,573

-30,563

126,587

157,150

-35,010

122,840

157,850

-44

5,391

5,435

330

5,481

5,150

1,215

26,031

24,816

14

25,816

25,801

Canada

1,152

2,185

1,033

1,223

2,311

1,088

6,104

11,615

5,511

6,759

12,326

5,567

Mexico

-1,196

3,207

4,403

-892

3,170

4,062

-4,889

14,416

19,305

-6,745

13,489

20,234

440

6,348

5,908

-995

5,575

6,570

-1,963

28,129

30,093

-3,081

28,349

31,429

1,018

1,012

-26

1,158

1,183

-54

4,897

4,951

-106

4,837

4,943

-159

1,056

1,216

-61

964

1,026

-439

5,236

5,675

178

5,339

5,161

-1,265

147

1,412

-1,782

114

1,896

-7,421

599

8,020

-7,824

1,153

8,978

Italy

141

523

382

-138

215

353

-182

1,623

1,805

-172

1,424

1,596

United Kingdom

566

1,279

713

225

966

742

1,639

5,181

3,542

1,766

6,370

4,604

1,152

2,325

1,173

787

2,158

1,371

4,493

10,594

6,101

3,077

9,225

6,148

-10,893

8,868

19,762

-10,194

7,906

18,100

-47,726

40,898

88,624

-46,338

40,884

87,221

301

396

95

295

407

113

1,389

1,838

449

1,641

2,073

432

-10,475

2,114

12,588

-8,818

2,127

10,945

-44,974

9,941

54,915

-44,591

8,051

52,642

North America

European Union
France
Germany
Ireland

Other
Pacific Rim Countries
Australia
China
Indonesia

147

220

73

61

136

75

246

590

345

415

821

406

Japan

-86

1,696

1,782

-868

1,161

2,029

-2,713

6,855

9,568

-2,651

8,037

10,688
5,894

Malaysia

-956

554

1,509

-701

568

1,268

-3,509

2,811

6,319

-3,134

2,761

Philippines

-15

254

269

95

373

278

137

1,458

1,321

-213

1,295

1,508

Newly Industrialized Countries (NICs)

109

3,540

3,431

-330

3,045

3,376

1,378

17,010

15,632

1,804

17,387

15,583

Hong Kong
Korea
Singapore
Taiwan
Other
South/Central America

952

1,003

51

678

732

54

4,077

4,297

219

4,012

4,291

279

-666

877

1,544

-690

787

1,477

-2,154

4,677

6,831

-194

5,724

5,919

196

696

500

187

746

559

715

3,551

2,835

158

3,851

3,694

-373

964

1,337

-505

781

1,286

-1,261

4,486

5,747

-2,171

3,521

5,691

82

96

14

73

90

16

321

394

73

391

459

67

1,194

2,244

1,050

1,442

2,283

841

7,848

11,914

4,066

7,661

11,970

4,309

Brazil

704

892

187

810

904

94

4,230

4,675

446

4,413

4,769

356

Other

490

1,352

862

631

1,378

747

3,618

7,239

3,620

3,248

7,201

3,953
9,090

Other Countries

2,125

4,090

1,965

1,542

3,453

1,911

10,063

19,615

9,552

6,732

15,822

India

364

477

113

128

276

148

895

1,539

644

426

1,077

651

Israel

-23

220

243

-8

218

226

-158

1,153

1,311

323

1,438

1,115

-656

222

878

-387

374

761

-2,432

1,475

3,907

-2,589

1,037

3,626

2,440

3,172

731

1,809

2,585

776

11,757

15,447

3,690

8,572

12,270

3,698

Thailand
Other

(1) Due to non-disclosure requirements, certain 10-digit Schedule B commodity classifications are subject to suppression and require a change in aggregation. As a result, Advanced Technology Product
exports are overstated by $451 million in May 2013. For additional information see www.census.gov/ft900.
NOTE: Data are not available on a BOP basis. For information on data sources, nonsampling errors and definitions, see the information section on page A-1 of this release or at www.census.gov/ft900 or
www.bea.gov/newsreleases/international/trade/tradnewsrelease.htm.

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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)
Period

Quantity
(thousands of
barrels)

Value
(thousands of
dollars)

Crude oil
Quantity
(thousands of
barrels)

Thousands of
barrels per day
(average)

Value
(thousands of
dollars)

Unit price
(dollars)

2012
Jan.- Dec.
Jan.- May

3,842,137
1,612,995

397,126,774
175,051,172

3,092,232
1,307,596

8,449
8,603

312,799,827
139,581,682

101.16
106.75

January
February
March
April
May
June

343,782
282,490
331,131
325,576
330,015
331,551

35,944,027
29,873,928
36,538,383
36,480,488
36,214,346
33,524,826

269,702
225,032
271,817
270,361
270,684
263,436

8,700
7,760
8,768
9,012
8,732
8,781

27,988,505
23,319,583
29,365,710
29,656,910
29,250,975
26,377,001

103.78
103.63
108.03
109.69
108.06
100.13

July
August
September
October
November
December

337,797
340,506
306,424
322,737
306,117
284,011

32,329,374
33,419,074
31,420,707
33,145,828
30,611,249
27,624,545

277,462
272,836
245,712
259,383
242,956
222,852

8,950
8,801
8,190
8,367
8,099
7,189

26,001,027
25,778,398
24,301,171
25,876,910
23,675,995
21,207,643

93.71
94.48
98.90
99.76
97.45
95.16

1,475,390

146,195,904

1,154,994

7,649

111,201,806

96.28

326,828
260,999
280,262
295,926
311,375

31,685,844
25,842,096
28,173,915
29,651,723
30,842,326

260,737
204,768
215,734
233,215
240,538

8,411
7,313
6,959
7,774
7,759

24,529,126
19,649,030
20,916,056
22,812,796
23,294,799

94.08
95.96
96.95
97.82
96.84

2013
Jan.- May
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
(1) Details shown for these Energy-Related Petroleum Products are not available on a BOP 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 A-1 of this
release or at www.census.gov/ft900 or www.bea.gov/newsreleases/international/trade/tradnewsrelease.htm.

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Part B: NOT Seasonally Adjusted

Exhibit 18. Exports and Imports of Motor Vehicles and Parts By Selected Countries: 2013
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.

Total

Trucks, Buses,
Special Purpose Vehicles

Passenger Cars

Country
May

April

Year-to-Date

May

April

Year-to-Date

May

April

Parts

Year-to-Date

May

April

Year-to-Date

Exports
TOTAL

14,351

13,924

65,462

5,367

5,130

23,605

2,198

2,330

10,432

6,786

6,465

31,425

Australia

343

232

1,364

177

73

497

55

59

359

112

100

508

Belgium

69

63

301

10

31

19

13

76

40

44

193

127

133

598

23

18

85

30

100

96

86

413

5,574

5,718

26,053

1,343

1,457

6,001

1,492

1,545

6,975

2,740

2,717

13,077

Brazil
Canada
Chile

111

99

576

53

33

202

21

35

198

37

32

176

1,007

973

4,429

787

751

3,423

23

48

152

197

175

854

118

110

378

26

28

101

69

59

165

23

23

112

61

85

371

18

15

60

32

106

41

38

204

676

652

2,893

503

499

2,130

13

35

166

139

727

53

58

267

23

31

131

(-)

30

26

132

Japan

183

148

833

67

48

317

26

110

97

490

Korea

138

100

642

69

33

313

68

62

320

Kuwait

106

72

445

86

53

372

14

12

46

27

Mexico

2,826

2,842

13,099

283

449

1,612

127

176

641

2,416

2,216

10,846

Nigeria

116

102

505

94

86

415

13

10

53

37

Russia

171

133

693

118

89

434

71

43

43

188

Saudi Arabia

629

455

2,457

532

365

2,065

68

61

261

30

28

131

35

35

177

13

32

32

160

South Africa

121

64

412

42

12

127

57

28

173

23

23

112

United Arab Emirates

283

305

1,581

224

237

1,266

16

20

87

43

48

227

United Kingdom

198

204

986

107

127

598

16

83

74

372

80
1,328

89
1,251

362
6,042

4
776

27
691

46
3,375

7
177

1
173

26
839

69
374

61
387

290
1,828

China
Colombia
France
Germany
Hong Kong

Singapore

Venezuela
Other

Imports
26,175

26,488

124,560

12,813

12,965

60,585

1,905

1,843

8,991

11,458

11,680

54,984

Austria

TOTAL

144

138

757

88

76

370

(-)

55

61

386

Brazil

107

110

481

(-)

(-)

22

101

102

458

Canada

5,243

5,476

25,562

3,590

3,818

17,621

161

158

710

1,492

1,500

7,231

China

1,397

1,374

6,471

30

15

12

65

1,375

1,354

6,376

Germany

3,207

3,330

14,138

2,332

2,424

9,939

15

24

74

859

883

4,125

216

213

871

132

108

439

(-)

83

104

431

Japan

4,405

4,432

22,155

3,020

2,796

14,676

79

104

338

1,305

1,532

7,140

Korea

1,742

1,797

8,462

1,044

1,037

5,029

(-)

(-)

(-)

698

760

3,433

Mexico

7,250

7,082

33,822

1,755

1,781

8,157

1,479

1,396

7,259

4,015

3,904

18,406
155

Italy

South Africa

223

332

1,192

195

295

1,037

(-)

(-)

(-)

28

37

Sweden

93

83

441

41

39

221

19

16

82

33

28

138

Taiwan

252

258

1,199

20

245

250

1,172

Thailand

142

156

703

(-)

(-)

(-)

(-)

(-)

(-)

142

156

703

United Kingdom

516

473

2,519

373

335

1,900

33

34

132

110

105

486

1,240

1,236

5,787

230

243

1,144

94

89

299

916

904

4,345

Other

NOTE: Data are not available on a BOP basis. For information on data sources, nonsampling errors and definitions, see the information section on page A-1 of this release or at www.census.gov/ft900 or
www.bea.gov/newsreleases/international/trade/tradnewsrelease.htm.

A-1

INFORMATION ON GOODS AND SERVICES


GOODS (CENSUS BASIS)
Data for goods on a Census basis are compiled from the
documents collected by the U.S. Customs and Border 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.

U.S./CANADA DATA EXCHANGE AND


SUBSTITUTION
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.

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.

For imports, the value reported is the U.S. Customs and Border
Protection appraised value of merchandisegenerally, 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.
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 than the Canadian import value. Canada
requires inland freight to be reported separately from the
value of the goods. Combining the inland freight and the
Canadian reported import value provides a consistent
valuation for all U.S. exports. Inland freight charges for
May 2013 accounted for 2.4 percent of the value of U.S.
exports to Canada.

3.

Reexports - Unlike Canadian imports, which are based on


country of origin, U.S. exports include reexports of foreign
goods. Therefore, the aggregate U.S. export figure is
slightly larger than the Canadian import figure. For May
2013, reexports to Canada were $4,021.7 million.

4.

Exchange Rate - Average monthly exchange rates are


applied to convert the published data to U.S. currency. For
May 2013, the average exchange rate was 1.0196 Canadian
dollars per U.S. dollar.

5.

Other - There are other minor differences, which are


statistically insignificant, such as rounding error.

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.
Revision policy for goods on a Census basis: Monthly data
include actual month's transactions as well as a small number of
transactions for previous months. Each month, the U.S. Census
Bureau revises the aggregate seasonally adjusted (current and
real chained-dollar) and unadjusted export, import, and trade
balance figures, as well as the end-use totals for the prior month.
For December and January statistical month releases, each prior
month of the most recent full year is revised in order to align the
seasonally adjusted monthly data with annual totals. Country
detail data and commodity detail data, based on the Standard
International Trade Classification (SITC) Revision 4 and the
North American Industry Classification System (NAICS), are
not revised monthly. The timing adjustment shown in Exhibit
14 is the difference between monthly data as originally reported
and as recompiled. In addition, for March, June, September,
and December statistical month releases, revisions are made to
the real chained-dollar series presented in Exhibits 10 and 11:
the previous five months are revised to incorporate the Bureau
of Labor Statistics revisions to price indexes, which are used to
produce the real chained-dollar series and to align Census data
with data published by the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis
(BEA) in the national income and product accounts (NIPAs).
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, commodity, and
country summary data. The monthly end-use, commodity, and
country and area data presented in Exhibits 6-18 in this release
are on a Census basis.

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 May 2013, these shipments totaled $138.1 million.
U.S. export coverage also excludes U.S. postal shipments to
Canada. For May 2013, these shipments totaled $25.5
million.

Canadian Estimates: 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 news release exhibits 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 that is more
consistent with the treatment of late receipts for exports to other
countries.

A-2
NONSAMPLING ERRORS

AREA GROUPINGS (See Exhibits 14 and 14a)

The goods data are a complete enumeration of documents


collected by the U.S. Customs and Border Protection and are not
subject to sampling 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.

North America: Canada, Mexico.

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
aggregate 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 months 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
at www.census.gov/foreign-trade/aip/index.html#infopapers or
from the Foreign Trade Division, U.S. Census Bureau.

Europe: Albania, Andorra, Armenia, Austria, Azerbaijan,


Belarus, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia,
Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Faroe Islands,
Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Gibraltar, Greece, Hungary,
Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Kazakhstan, Kosovo, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia,
Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macedonia, Malta,
Moldova, Monaco, Montenegro, Netherlands, Norway, Poland,
Portugal, Romania, Russia, San Marino, Serbia, Slovakia,
Slovenia, Spain, Svalbard-Jan Mayen Island, Sweden,
Switzerland, Tajikistan, Turkey, 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, Cyprus, Estonia, Finland, France,
Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Malta,
Netherlands, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain.
Pacific Rim: Australia, Brunei, China, Hong Kong, Indonesia,
Japan, Korea, Macau, 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, Curacao, Dominica, Dominican
Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Falkland Islands (Islas
Malvinas), French Guiana, Grenada, Guadeloupe, Guatemala,
Guyana, Haiti, Honduras, Jamaica, Martinique, Montserrat,
Netherlands Antilles, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Sint
Maarten, St. Kitts and Nevis, St. Lucia, St. Vincent and the
Grenadines, Suriname, Trinidad and Tobago, Turks and Caicos
Islands, Uruguay, Venezuela.
OPEC: Algeria, Angola, Ecuador, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Libya,
Nigeria, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Venezuela.
Africa: Algeria, Angola, Benin, Botswana, British Indian Ocean
Territories, Burkina Faso, 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, South
Sudan, Sudan, Swaziland, Tanzania, Togo, Tunisia, Uganda,
Western Sahara, Zambia, Zimbabwe.

A-3
ADJUSTMENTS FOR SEASONAL AND TRADING-DAY
VARIATIONS

2.

These products represent leading edge technology in that


field.

Goods are initially classified under the Harmonized Commodity


Description and Coding System (Harmonized System), which
describes and measures the characteristics of 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
trading-day adjusted data. These adjusted data are then summed
to the six end-use aggregates for publication (see Exhibit 6).
These data are provided to BEA, from the U.S. Census Bureau,
for use in the NIPAs and in the international transactions
accounts (balance of payments accounts).

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 that appears in Exhibits 16 and 16a. This
product- and commodity-based measure of advanced technology
differs from broader NAICS-based measures, which include all
goods produced by a particular industry group, regardless of the
level of technology embodied in the goods.

GOODS (BALANCE OF PAYMENTS BASIS)

Data adjusted for seasonal variation on a chained-dollar basis


(2009 base year) are presented in Exhibits 10 and 11. This
adjustment for price change is done using the Fisher chainweighted methodology. The deflators are primarily based upon
the monthly price indexes published by the Bureau of Labor
Statistics using techniques developed for the NIPAs by BEA.

Goods on a Census basis are adjusted by BEA to a balance of


payments basis to align the data with the concepts and
definitions used to prepare the international and national
economic accounts. These adjustments, which are applied
separately to exports and imports, are necessary to supplement
coverage of the Census data, to eliminate duplication of
transactions recorded elsewhere in the international accounts,
and to value transactions at market prices. They include both
additions to and deductions from goods on a Census basis and
are presented in this release as Net Adjustments. Adjustments
that exhibit significant seasonal patterns are seasonally adjusted.
BEA also publishes more detailed quarterly and annual statistics
for Net Adjustments in a standard table of the U.S. international
transactions accounts, Table 2. U.S. Trade in Goods. See the
BEA Web site at www.bea.gov/iTable/index_ita.cfm or the
January, April, July, and October issues of the Survey of Current
Business.

PRINCIPAL COMMODITIES

The export adjustments include:

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

Goods data appearing in Exhibit 15 are classified in terms of the


SITC Revision 4, with the exception of agricultural and
manufactured goods. Agricultural goods are defined by the U.S.
Department of Agriculture (USDA); they consist of non-marine
food products and other products of agriculture that have not
passed through complex processes of manufacture.
Manufactured goods conform to the NAICS; they consist of
goods that have been mechanically, physically, or chemically
transformed.
USDA agricultural goods and NAICS
manufactured goods are not mutually exclusive categories.
Reexports are foreign merchandise entering the country as
imports and then exported 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
About 500 of some 22,000 Harmonized System 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).

Exports under U.S. military sales contracts - This


adjustment reflects the net amount of two separate
adjustments. BEA first deducts goods identified in the
Census data as exports under the U.S. Foreign Military
Sales program. BEA then adds primary source data for
these exports, which are reported to BEA by the U.S.
Department of Defense.
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 U.S. customs territory.
Goods procured in U.S. ports by foreign carriers - This
addition is made for foreign air and ocean carriers fuel
purchases in U.S. ports.
Low-value transactions - This addition is made to phase in
a revised Census Bureau methodology for low-value goods
for statistics prior to 2010.
The revised Census
methodology was implemented for goods on a Census basis
beginning with statistics for 2010.

A-4
Other adjustments to exports include:

SERVICES

Deductions for equipment repairs (parts and labor),


developed motion picture film, and military grant-aid.
Additions for sales of fish caught in U.S. territorial waters,
exports of electricity to Mexico, private gift parcels, vessels
and oil rigs for which ownership changes, and valuation of
software exports at market value.

The services statistics cover 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 these
installations are considered to be part of the U.S. economy.

The import adjustments include:


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 U.S.
customs territory.
Goods procured in foreign ports by U.S. carriers - This
addition is made for U.S. air and ocean carriers fuel
purchases in foreign ports.
Imports by U.S. military agencies - This addition is made
for purchases of goods abroad by U.S. military agencies,
which are reported to BEA by the U.S. Department of
Defense. The Census data only include imports of goods
by U.S. military agencies that enter the U.S. customs
territory.
Inland freight in Canada and Mexico - This addition is
made for inland freight in Canada and Mexico. Imports of
goods from all countries should be valued at the customs
valuethe value at the foreign port of export including
inland freight charges. For imports from Canada and
Mexico, this should be the cost of the goods at the U.S.
border. However, the customs value for imports for certain
Canadian and Mexican goods is the point of origin in
Canada or Mexico. BEA makes an addition for the inland
freight charges of transporting these goods to the U.S.
border to make the value comparable to the customs value
reported for imports from other countries.
Low-value transactions - This addition is made to phase in
a revised Census Bureau methodology for low-value goods
for statistics prior to 2010.
The revised Census
methodology was implemented for goods on a Census basis
beginning with statistics for 2010.
Other adjustments to imports include:
Deductions for equipment repairs (parts and labor), repairs
to U.S. vessels abroad, and developed motion picture film.
Additions for non-reported imports of locomotives and
railcars, imports of electricity from Mexico, conversion of
vessels for commercial use, and valuation of software
imports at market value.

Services statistics are based on quarterly, annual, and


benchmark surveys and information obtained from monthly
government and industry reports. Services are seasonally
adjusted when statistically significant seasonal patterns are
present. No monthly country or area detail is available due to
the lack of adequate source data.
Services are shown in seven broad categories. The types of
services for exports and imports are the same for six of the
categories. For the seventh, the export category is transfers
under U.S. military sales contracts and the import 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 one year in a country of which the person is not a
resident. Includes cruise fares and expenditures for food,
lodging, recreation, gifts, and other items incidental to a
foreign visit.
Passenger fares - Fares paid by residents of one country to
transportation carriers 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. Excludes cruise fares,
which are included in travel.
Other transportation - Transactions include freight
charges for the transportation of goods to and from the
United States, operating expenses that transportation
companies incur in foreign ports, space transport services,
postal services, and payments for vessel charter and aircraft
leases with crew. Excludes air and ocean carriers fuel
purchases in foreign ports, which are included in exports
and imports of goods on a balance of payments (BOP)
basis.

A-5
Royalties and license fees - Transactions for the rights to
use, the rights to reproduce or distribute, and the outright
sale or purchase of intellectual property such as patents,
techniques, processes, formulas, designs, know-how,
trademarks, copyrights, franchises, and manufacturing
rights. The term "royalties" generally refers to payments
for the use of copyrights or trademarks; the term "license
fees" generally refers to payments for the use of patents or
industrial processes. Includes fees for the rights to
distribute film and television recordings.
Other private services - Transactions consist of education
services; financial services (includes fees and commissions
and excludes investment income); insurance services;
telecommunications services (includes transmission
services and value-added services); business, professional,
and technical services (includes 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 services; architectural
and engineering services; mining services; industrial
engineering services; installation, maintenance, and repair
of equipment; and medical services); and other services.
Transfers under U.S. military sales contracts (Exports
only) - Transactions include exports of services, such as
training services and repair services, provided by U.S.
government military agencies through grants and the U.S.
Foreign Military Sales (FMS) program. Excludes exports
of goods under the FMS program, which are included in
exports of goods on a BOP basis.
Direct defense expenditures (Imports only) - Transactions
include expenditures by U.S. military agencies abroad,
including expenditures by U.S. personnel, payments of
wages to foreign residents, construction expenditures, and
payments for foreign contractual services.
Excludes
purchases of goods abroad, which are included in imports
of goods on a BOP basis.
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.
Some goods transactions are also included.
Revision policy for goods on a balance of payments basis
and for services: Each month, a preliminary estimate for the
current month and a revised estimate for the immediately
preceding month are released. After the initial revision, no
further revisions are made to a month until more complete
source data become available in March, June, September, and

December. The releases


MONTHLY RELEASE SCHEDULE
in the months contain
revised estimates for the
Month Date
Day
previous six months. The
release in March also
Jan
03-07-13
Thursday
contains revisions for all
Feb
04-05-13
Friday
months of the previous
Mar
05-02-13
Thursday
year in order to align the
Apr
06-04-13
Tuesday
seasonally
adjusted
monthly data with annual
May
07-03-13
Wednesday
totals. The release in June
Jun
08-06-13
Tuesday
also
contains
annual
Jul
09-04-13
Wednesday
revisions, which reflect
Aug
10-08-13
Tuesday
newly
available
and
Sep
11-05-13
Tuesday
revised
source
data,
changes in definitions and
Oct
12-04-13
Wednesday
classifications,
and
changes in estimation methods. In addition, the release in
February contains revisions to goods for January through
November of the most recent year in order to align the
seasonally adjusted monthly data with annual totals.

U.S. INTERNATIONAL TRANSACTIONS ACCOUNTS


Quarterly and annual estimates of goods on a balance of
payments basis and of services are included in the U.S.
international transactions accounts, which are published in news
releases in March, June, September, and December and in the
Survey of Current Business in the January, April, July, and
October issues.
The next release of the international
transactions accounts is scheduled for September 19, 2013. The
Survey of Current Business is available online at
www.bea.gov/scb/index.htm.
DATA AVAILABILITY
The U.S. International Trade in Goods and Services news
release (FT-900) and the FT-900 Supplement are available at the
following:
www.census.gov/ft900
www.bea.gov/newsreleases/international/trade/tradnewsrelease.
htm

U.S. Census Bureau News


U.S. Department of Commerce Washington, D.C. 20230

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE


8:30 A.M. EDT WEDNESDAY, JULY 3, 2013

For information on goods contact:


U.S. Census Bureau:
Matthew Przybocki
(301) 763-3148
Maria Iseman
(301) 763-2311

FT-900 SUPPLEMENT
May 2013

Exhibit 1: Exports, Imports, and Balance of Goods by Selected NAICS-Based Product Code,
Not Seasonally Adjusted: May 2013
In millions of dollars. Details may not equal total due to rounding. (X) Not Applicable. (-) Represents zero or less than one-half unit of measurement shown.
NAICS-Based Product
Code Description

GRAND TOTAL

Balance
May

Exports

Yearto-Date

May

Yearto-Date

Imports for Consumption (Customs Value)


Totals
Calculated Duty
YearYearMay
May
to-Date
to-Date

-62,089.0

-266,882.4

133,009.1

646,146.4

195,098.2

913,028.8

2,477.5

12,110.1

-472.6

6,205.0

4,635.9

30,109.1

5,108.5

23,904.1

4.7

22.6

717.7
-190.5
-38.8

10,970.9
-1,275.2
-371.1

3,829.5
267.3
253.0

26,166.6
1,109.5
1,137.1

3,111.8
457.8
291.7

15,195.7
2,384.6
1,508.1

3.6
0.4
0.1

18.2
1.2
0.8

-961.0

-3,119.7

286.1

1,696.0

1,247.2

4,815.7

0.5

2.5

-17,122.6

-78,810.9

3,216.8

15,170.6

20,339.4

93,981.5

6.0

25.4

Oil And Gas


Minerals And Ores

-18,204.5
1,081.9

-84,059.9
5,249.0

1,412.3
1,804.4

6,658.1
8,512.5

19,616.8
722.5

90,717.9
3,263.5

5.9
0.1

25.0
0.3

Manufacturing, Total

-59,811.2

-270,146.4

101,352.4

486,243.9

161,163.6

756,586.3

2,464.9

12,051.3

(Domestic)
Food And Kindred Products
Beverages And Tobacco
Textile And Fabrics
Textile Mill Products
Apparel And Accessories
Leather And Allied Products
Wood Products
Paper Products
Printing, Publishing & Similar Products
Petroleum And Coal Products
Chemicals
Plastic And Rubber Products (1)
Nonmetallic Mineral Products (1)
Primary Metal Products
Fabricated Metal Products
Machinery, Except Electrical
Computers and Electronic Products (1)
Electrical Equipment, Appliances and Components (1)
Transportation Equipment (1)
Furniture and Fixtures
Miscellaneous Manufactured Commodities

993.1
-989.9
116.2
-1,298.6
-5,988.1
-2,613.9
-815.2
310.5
37.8
-2,653.5
-1,349.3
-1,313.5
-765.9
-2,706.7
-1,750.2
68.4
-20,691.0
-4,158.2
-5,800.6
-2,208.1
-6,234.5

5,707.4
-4,568.8
537.0
-6,048.7
-30,327.4
-13,343.8
-3,732.7
1,516.9
369.9
-11,122.2
-8,608.2
-6,188.1
-3,375.7
-8,409.7
-6,425.6
832.3
-89,535.7
-17,831.2
-35,648.3
-10,396.9
-23,742.9

5,574.8
691.8
818.2
260.0
270.0
286.0
553.6
2,151.8
468.0
9,296.4
16,612.9
2,601.3
910.8
5,759.6
3,508.9
12,444.4
10,050.9
3,195.6
21,850.4
407.3
3,639.7

27,684.5
3,011.6
3,732.9
1,190.1
1,364.3
1,303.5
2,595.1
10,313.3
2,296.6
43,299.4
79,918.1
12,103.6
4,222.0
32,718.6
18,182.7
59,490.1
49,550.6
15,820.1
97,091.2
1,972.7
18,382.8

4,581.7
1,681.7
702.0
1,558.6
6,258.1
2,899.9
1,368.8
1,841.4
430.2
11,950.0
17,962.2
3,914.8
1,676.7
8,466.4
5,259.0
12,376.0
30,741.8
7,353.8
27,651.0
2,615.4
9,874.1

21,977.0
7,580.4
3,195.9
7,238.8
31,691.7
14,647.3
6,327.8
8,796.4
1,926.7
54,421.6
88,526.4
18,291.6
7,597.7
41,128.3
24,608.3
58,657.8
139,086.3
33,651.3
132,739.5
12,369.7
42,125.7

55.4
8.2
35.1
96.7
788.6
297.7
11.9
7.5
0.2
13.7
147.2
96.1
50.1
23.7
112.1
99.5
81.4
127.7
309.7
3.8
98.7

291.2
40.4
153.4
443.6
4,102.6
1,466.8
53.4
33.5
1.1
54.9
733.1
445.0
227.5
114.4
520.8
471.2
387.3
585.4
1,437.4
17.5
470.8

-1,911.7

-7,183.2

6,575.1

31,373.7

8,486.8

38,556.9

1.9

10.8

1,712.0
-127.3
-5,578.2
2,081.8

7,743.1
-965.4
-24,169.2
10,208.3

2,194.0
482.5
1.8
3,896.8

10,482.6
2,238.7
9.6
18,642.8

482.0
609.8
5,580.0
1,815.0

2,739.5
3,204.1
24,178.8
8,434.5

(-)
(-)
0.4
1.5

0.3
(-)
1.8
8.7

Agricultural, Forestry & Fishery Products


(Domestic)
Agricultural Products, Total
Livestock And Livestock Products
Forestry Products
Fish, Fresh Or Chilled; And Other Marine
Products
Mining, Total
(Domestic)

Special Classification Provisions


(Domestic)
Scrap & Waste
Used Or Second-Hand Merchandise (1)
Goods Returned Or Reimported
Special Classification Provision, Nspf

Re-exports
17,229.0
83,122.1
17,229.0
83,122.1
(X)
(X)
(X)
(X)
Timing Adjustments
(X)
-68.9
(X)
-68.9
(X)
(X)
(X)
(X)
(1) Due to non-disclosure requirements, certain 10-digit Schedule B commodity classifications are subject to supression and require a change in aggregation. For
additional information see www.census.gov/ft900.

Exhibit 2. Origin of Movement of U. S. Exports of Goods by State by NAICS-Based Product Code Groupings,
Not Seasonally Adjusted: 2013
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 one-half unit of measurement shown.

Item

NAICS-Based Product Code Groupings


Manufactured Commodities
Non-Manufactured Commodities (1)
Year-to-Date
Year-to-Date
May
May
Total
Percent
Total
Percent
12,022.5
16.6

65,184.3
118.3

17,229.0
194.2

83,122.1
874.0

May

Yearto-Date

Alabama
1,476.0
6,931.4
1.4
189.6
834.5
1.3
72.6
307.7
1,738.2
Alaska
44.2
142.6
(-)
146.6
1,215.3
1.9
2.3
19.5
193.0
Arizona
972.9
4,665.1
1.0
387.5
1,480.7
2.3
343.3
1,663.5
1,703.7
Arkansas
455.8
2,000.9
0.4
43.4
220.4
0.3
192.6
826.8
691.8
California
8,557.8
43,005.7
8.8
1,781.0
8,231.3
12.6
2,912.6
14,458.3
13,251.4
Colorado
595.2
2,788.5
0.6
45.4
251.4
0.4
64.7
365.5
705.3
Connecticut
1,133.4
6,327.9
1.3
81.0
452.7
0.7
68.7
306.9
1,283.1
Delaware
431.8
1,783.8
0.4
1.6
29.9
(-)
80.7
389.6
514.1
Florida
3,956.6
19,746.2
4.1
255.3
1,596.0
2.4
1,000.1
4,575.1
5,212.1
Georgia
2,791.8
12,592.3
2.6
251.9
1,413.6
2.2
211.8
1,134.5
3,255.5
Hawaii
29.1
128.6
(-)
18.4
71.1
0.1
2.0
19.1
49.6
Idaho
246.2
1,292.3
0.3
39.2
208.3
0.3
179.5
866.4
464.8
Illinois
4,559.6
21,417.2
4.4
283.0
1,758.9
2.7
813.7
3,350.7
5,656.3
Indiana
2,788.3
13,199.9
2.7
38.2
187.1
0.3
260.3
1,116.6
3,086.8
Iowa
1,046.0
5,162.6
1.1
90.8
598.3
0.9
37.4
175.0
1,174.2
Kansas
747.0
3,623.2
0.7
200.0
1,084.6
1.7
46.2
223.8
993.2
Kentucky
1,790.6
8,517.1
1.8
35.0
154.6
0.2
287.9
1,365.4
2,113.5
Louisiana
3,363.3
18,351.5
3.8
591.7
6,261.5
9.6
34.5
157.3
3,989.5
Maine
140.8
733.1
0.2
129.5
347.4
0.5
9.3
44.2
279.6
Maryland
731.0
3,403.9
0.7
85.2
397.5
0.6
224.7
1,135.2
1,040.9
Massachusetts
1,839.7
8,799.1
1.8
146.3
673.0
1.0
294.6
1,455.8
2,280.6
Michigan
4,675.0
20,346.4
4.2
275.9
1,612.0
2.5
399.1
2,100.8
5,350.0
Minnesota
1,463.0
7,171.6
1.5
75.8
540.4
0.8
112.9
572.6
1,651.7
Mississippi
933.1
4,049.2
0.8
57.3
435.4
0.7
115.0
545.4
1,105.4
Missouri
905.3
4,699.7
1.0
124.3
641.2
1.0
50.5
258.0
1,080.2
Montana
83.0
436.2
0.1
48.8
192.9
0.3
3.2
20.0
135.0
Nebraska
542.4
2,432.6
0.5
88.6
502.9
0.8
44.9
187.9
675.9
Nevada
507.7
2,776.5
0.6
112.0
408.1
0.6
93.1
458.1
712.8
New Hampshire
238.0
1,083.1
0.2
103.0
483.4
0.7
38.4
212.9
379.3
New Jersey
2,644.0
11,863.0
2.4
247.7
1,346.4
2.1
468.2
2,329.9
3,359.9
New Mexico
187.6
755.5
0.2
23.7
70.5
0.1
39.4
179.2
250.7
New York
3,733.9
22,116.7
4.5
969.7
4,936.5
7.6
2,006.6
10,374.7
6,710.1
North Carolina
2,230.4
10,327.7
2.1
115.4
917.8
1.4
239.1
1,087.9
2,584.9
North Dakota
218.4
1,048.8
0.2
124.2
575.3
0.9
7.5
33.3
350.0
Ohio
3,806.4
18,019.1
3.7
194.4
939.5
1.4
402.1
1,911.3
4,402.9
Oklahoma
494.8
2,387.7
0.5
40.6
255.0
0.4
38.2
215.5
573.7
Oregon
1,321.6
5,433.8
1.1
158.2
1,298.2
2.0
158.1
809.2
1,637.8
Pennsylvania
2,687.8
12,949.2
2.7
352.2
1,750.8
2.7
439.5
2,241.5
3,479.5
Rhode Island
110.7
583.8
0.1
61.1
257.8
0.4
17.0
82.2
188.9
South Carolina
2,032.2
9,852.9
2.0
87.1
374.0
0.6
120.5
571.7
2,239.7
South Dakota
128.1
607.6
0.1
12.0
48.0
0.1
1.2
9.6
141.3
Tennessee
2,009.1
9,907.3
2.0
114.8
671.9
1.0
535.3
2,676.3
2,659.2
Texas
17,893.9
86,606.7
17.8
1,698.1
7,022.2
10.8
3,933.5
18,290.6
23,525.6
Utah
1,187.6
6,576.2
1.4
48.8
248.5
0.4
72.8
358.4
1,309.3
Vermont
216.3
990.0
0.2
6.5
33.2
0.1
139.2
506.7
362.1
Virginia
1,203.0
5,903.0
1.2
162.2
920.2
1.4
138.6
712.9
1,503.8
Washington
6,457.0
24,614.1
5.1
800.8
5,966.8
9.2
231.7
1,295.4
7,489.5
West Virginia
339.5
1,515.9
0.3
385.7
2,019.4
3.1
14.1
118.6
739.2
Wisconsin
1,739.5
8,475.8
1.7
136.8
609.6
0.9
148.0
676.7
2,024.3
Wyoming
102.8
538.2
0.1
10.4
41.9
0.1
2.3
11.9
115.4
Dist of Columbia
35.3
1,432.7
0.3
2.3
12.2
(-)
3.2
11.5
40.8
Puerto Rico
1,937.9
8,437.0
1.7
28.9
114.8
0.2
50.1
229.7
2,016.8
US Virgin Islands
48.3
506.1
0.1
0.1
2.0
(-)
25.2
69.4
73.6
Other
1,541.9
7,372.5
1.5
514.6
2,467.5
3.8
1.0
4.9
4,462.6
Estimated Shipments
(X)
(X)
(X)
(X)
(X)
(X)
(X)
(X)
2,405.2
Unreported (2)
1,541.9
7,372.5
1.5
514.6
2,467.5
3.8
1.0
4.9
2,057.5
Timing Adjustment
(X)
(X)
(X)
(X)
(X)
(X)
(X)
(X)
(X)
(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.

8,073.5
1,377.4
7,809.4
3,048.2
65,695.3
3,405.5
7,087.5
2,203.4
25,917.3
15,140.5
218.8
2,367.0
26,526.8
14,503.6
5,935.9
4,931.6
10,037.1
24,770.3
1,124.7
4,936.6
10,928.0
24,059.3
8,284.6
5,030.0
5,598.9
649.0
3,123.4
3,642.7
1,779.5
15,539.4
1,005.2
37,427.8
12,333.4
1,657.4
20,869.9
2,858.2
7,541.2
16,941.5
923.8
10,798.5
665.1
13,255.4
111,919.5
7,183.2
1,529.9
7,536.1
31,876.3
3,653.9
9,762.0
592.0
1,456.4
8,781.6
577.5
21,324.6
11,479.7
9,844.8
-68.9

100.0
0.2

Yearto-Date

646,146.4
12,074.6

101,352.4
2,124.9

100.0
2.3

May

Total

133,009.1
2,335.7

U.S. Total
Foreign Trade Zone

486,243.9
11,082.3

Re-exports

Exhibit 2a. U. S. General Imports of Goods by State, State of Destination, by NAICS-Based Product Code Groupings
Not Seasonally Adjusted: 2013
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 one-half unit of measurement shown.

Item

U.S. Total
Foreign Trade Zone

NAICS-Based Product Code Groupings


Manufactured Commodities
Non-Manufactured Commodities (1)
Year-to-Date
Year-to-Date
May
May
Total
Percent
Total
Percent
158,562.6
10,421.8

741,956.4
45,544.7

100.0
6.1

37,074.8
14,878.9

100.0
39.0

May
196,822.0
25,300.7

Year-to-Date
Total
Percent
924,523.2
114,392.0

100.0
12.4

Alabama
1,554.6
7,422.4
1.0
171.2
487.0
0.3
1,725.8
7,909.4
Alaska
62.3
384.3
0.1
40.4
134.1
0.1
102.7
518.5
Arizona
1,351.1
6,371.2
0.9
529.7
2,354.3
1.3
1,880.8
8,725.5
Arkansas
489.1
2,846.4
0.4
38.6
170.8
0.1
527.7
3,017.1
California
27,918.5
129,073.3
17.4
4,367.2
19,931.8
11.3
32,285.7
149,005.1
Colorado
804.7
3,650.7
0.5
290.6
1,486.3
0.8
1,095.3
5,137.0
Connecticut
1,502.0
8,039.4
1.1
153.6
747.3
0.4
1,655.7
8,786.7
Delaware
685.8
2,946.8
0.4
209.5
1,880.6
1.1
895.3
4,827.4
Florida
5,391.4
25,875.2
3.5
845.4
4,730.1
2.7
6,236.8
30,605.3
Georgia
6,279.5
29,611.8
4.0
211.3
1,111.7
0.6
6,490.8
30,723.5
Hawaii
283.1
1,010.6
0.1
94.9
1,584.3
0.9
378.0
2,594.9
Idaho
394.3
2,228.9
0.3
17.8
124.0
0.1
412.1
2,352.9
Illinois
8,334.4
36,780.0
5.0
2,567.6
14,325.2
8.1
10,902.0
51,105.1
Indiana
3,749.1
18,090.0
2.4
217.8
1,060.3
0.6
3,966.9
19,150.3
Iowa
655.1
3,339.7
0.5
127.7
719.3
0.4
782.8
4,059.0
Kansas
765.6
3,798.7
0.5
72.0
443.4
0.3
837.7
4,242.1
Kentucky
2,841.8
14,237.2
1.9
202.7
808.8
0.5
3,044.5
15,046.1
Louisiana
1,971.6
9,092.6
1.2
4,343.2
20,451.1
11.6
6,314.9
29,543.7
Maine
226.2
1,104.4
0.1
68.3
436.4
0.2
294.4
1,540.7
Maryland
2,272.0
10,155.8
1.4
72.4
435.7
0.2
2,344.4
10,591.5
Massachusetts
2,475.0
12,478.3
1.7
471.1
1,755.8
1.0
2,946.1
14,234.1
Michigan
9,138.4
43,359.5
5.8
645.7
3,211.9
1.8
9,784.1
46,571.4
Minnesota
1,743.3
8,478.5
1.1
962.9
4,259.9
2.4
2,706.2
12,738.3
Mississippi
853.5
3,908.7
0.5
981.6
3,830.1
2.2
1,835.1
7,738.8
Missouri
1,345.5
6,776.1
0.9
156.9
1,054.7
0.6
1,502.4
7,830.8
Montana
98.6
411.5
0.1
360.3
1,725.9
1.0
458.8
2,137.4
Nebraska
268.2
1,312.4
0.2
24.6
176.8
0.1
292.8
1,489.2
Nevada
1,020.3
3,662.9
0.5
29.6
149.0
0.1
1,049.9
3,811.9
New Hampshire
950.4
4,893.2
0.7
41.7
198.2
0.1
992.2
5,091.4
New Jersey
8,477.5
41,428.2
5.6
1,681.7
7,765.9
4.4
10,159.2
49,194.1
New Mexico
136.1
671.0
0.1
24.3
104.5
0.1
160.4
775.5
New York
9,969.8
43,299.3
5.8
2,758.2
10,009.9
5.7
12,728.0
53,309.2
North Carolina
4,114.2
18,957.8
2.6
251.6
1,321.6
0.7
4,365.8
20,279.4
North Dakota
265.0
1,088.8
0.1
62.0
454.7
0.3
327.0
1,543.5
Ohio
4,618.9
22,342.0
3.0
878.6
4,591.7
2.6
5,497.5
26,933.6
Oklahoma
613.2
2,786.0
0.4
370.4
2,107.3
1.2
983.6
4,893.4
Oregon
1,094.9
5,682.7
0.8
107.6
556.6
0.3
1,202.6
6,239.3
Pennsylvania
5,561.6
26,809.8
3.6
1,833.1
7,509.7
4.3
7,394.7
34,319.5
Rhode Island
886.0
3,935.7
0.5
20.0
90.6
0.1
906.1
4,026.2
South Carolina
2,658.9
13,145.8
1.8
153.6
803.5
0.5
2,812.5
13,949.3
South Dakota
82.4
361.9
(-)
6.1
45.9
(-)
88.5
407.8
Tennessee
5,171.8
24,358.6
3.3
256.3
1,264.2
0.7
5,428.1
25,622.9
Texas
19,583.6
87,939.7
11.9
8,194.1
40,132.4
22.7
27,777.7
128,072.1
Utah
919.2
4,197.2
0.6
74.6
372.8
0.2
993.8
4,570.0
Vermont
258.1
1,381.7
0.2
80.1
497.5
0.3
338.2
1,879.2
Virginia
1,760.6
7,756.1
1.0
155.2
875.5
0.5
1,915.8
8,631.6
Washington
2,896.9
14,232.1
1.9
1,432.8
6,099.6
3.5
4,329.7
20,331.7
West Virginia
279.1
1,499.2
0.2
7.3
32.5
(-)
286.4
1,531.7
Wisconsin
1,705.5
8,321.9
1.1
99.4
509.1
0.3
1,805.0
8,830.9
Wyoming
55.9
268.2
(-)
175.4
633.7
0.4
231.3
901.9
Dist of Columbia
19.6
108.2
(-)
21.6
93.2
0.1
41.2
201.4
Puerto Rico
1,955.1
9,770.7
1.3
110.7
729.8
0.4
2,065.8
10,500.5
US Virgin Islands
52.3
269.9
(-)
0.7
10.6
(-)
53.1
280.5
Other
0.9
3.4
(-)
2.9
16.4
(-)
1,188.4
5,555.5
Estimated Shipments
(X)
(X)
(X)
(X)
(X)
(X)
1,184.6
5,535.7
Unreported
0.9
3.4
(-)
2.9
16.4
(-)
3.8
19.8
Timing Adjustment
(X)
(X)
(X)
(X)
(X)
(X)
(X)
617.2
(1) Includes agricultural, forestry, fishery products, mineral commodities, scrap, waste and used or second-hand merchandise.

0.9
0.1
0.9
0.3
16.1
0.6
1.0
0.5
3.3
3.3
0.3
0.3
5.5
2.1
0.4
0.5
1.6
3.2
0.2
1.1
1.5
5.0
1.4
0.8
0.8
0.2
0.2
0.4
0.6
5.3
0.1
5.8
2.2
0.2
2.9
0.5
0.7
3.7
0.4
1.5
(-)
2.8
13.9
0.5
0.2
0.9
2.2
0.2
1.0
0.1
(-)
1.1
(-)
0.6
0.6
(-)
(X)

176,414.0
68,847.3

Total

Exhibit 3. General Imports of Crude Oil by Country, Not Seasonally Adjusted


Details may not equal totals due to rounding. (-) Represents zero or less than one-half unit of measurement shown.

Quantity in
thousands of barrels

Country
May
2013

April
2013

Customs value in
thousands of dollars

Year-to-Date
2013

May
2013

April
2013

C.I.F. value in
thousands of dollars

Year-to-Date
2013

May
2013

April
2013

Year-to-Date
2013

Total

240,538

233,215

1,154,994

23,294,799

22,812,796 111,201,806

23,787,703

23,261,431 113,464,484

OPEC Total

111,335

110,193

524,543

11,476,363

11,821,529

55,338,960

11,720,786

12,055,112

56,477,932

1,892
8,655
6,718
(-)
9,028
9,450

909
5,169
7,475
(-)
16,128
8,993

6,817
31,195
33,916
(-)
64,060
45,320

206,420
941,430
692,036
(-)
943,972
975,150

101,162
571,645
763,151
(-)
1,766,023
987,279

763,005
3,445,722
3,525,715
(-)
6,881,484
4,863,288

209,614
957,243
713,779
(-)
961,995
999,304

103,358
582,738
785,954
(-)
1,795,314
1,009,544

775,537
3,507,284
3,639,510
(-)
7,013,364
4,976,806

1,730
8,126
(-)
42,232
(-)
23,505

2,250
9,479
(-)
35,291
(-)
24,498

5,450
46,002
(-)
172,725
(-)
119,056

190,446
852,425
(-)
4,388,965
(-)
2,285,519

243,832
1,026,955
(-)
3,895,288
(-)
2,466,193

603,342
5,039,343
(-)
18,496,533
(-)
11,720,528

194,416
870,897
(-)
4,495,184
(-)
2,318,353

248,731
1,046,136
(-)
3,979,827
(-)
2,503,513

615,249
5,139,222
(-)
18,928,240
(-)
11,882,720

Non-OPEC

129,203

123,023

630,451

11,818,435

10,991,267

55,862,846

12,066,917

11,206,319

56,986,552

Argentina
Azerbaijan
Bolivia
Brazil
Canada

(-)
(-)
(-)
4,462
74,981

(-)
(-)
(-)
1,710
74,750

1,390
2,291
294
12,937
390,712

(-)
(-)
(-)
484,721
6,160,486

(-)
(-)
(-)
161,335
5,892,218

151,655
215,510
27,129
1,365,953
30,684,115

(-)
(-)
(-)
496,214
6,305,916

(-)
(-)
(-)
166,190
6,042,166

156,470
221,393
27,709
1,408,205
31,437,252

Chad
Colombia
Congo (Brazzaville)
Congo (Kinshasa)
Equatorial Guinea

2,870
13,526
905
(-)
(-)

1,902
12,045
(-)
(-)
677

9,556
58,626
1,813
(-)
1,984

291,349
1,385,935
96,280
(-)
(-)

195,126
1,245,619
(-)
(-)
76,810

977,717
6,152,704
191,425
(-)
222,222

297,428
1,405,081
98,163
(-)
(-)

198,876
1,266,208
(-)
(-)
78,673

996,582
6,246,938
195,605
(-)
227,287

1,948
499
505
452
(-)

(-)
(-)
(-)
290
(-)

1,948
499
1,015
2,103
(-)

212,732
58,239
49,336
47,749
(-)

(-)
(-)
(-)
32,313
(-)

212,732
58,239
102,019
234,708
3

217,542
58,813
50,866
49,379
(-)

(-)
(-)
(-)
33,243
(-)

217,542
58,813
104,298
241,917
5

22,943
(-)
(-)
854
2,280

28,096
(-)
(-)
(-)
1,459

127,143
(-)
(-)
1,658
6,095

2,389,766
(-)
(-)
83,129
242,101

2,985,023
(-)
(-)
(-)
168,637

13,272,664
(-)
(-)
165,228
680,970

2,434,223
(-)
(-)
85,192
247,404

3,009,355
(-)
(-)
(-)
172,298

13,409,192
(-)
(-)
169,427
697,173

(-)
(-)
2,148
(-)
(-)

197
722
504
197
(-)

1,842
1,082
3,677
1,594
(-)

(-)
(-)
227,359
(-)
(-)

22,053
81,917
55,358
22,217
(-)

209,077
117,971
400,170
182,546
(-)

(-)
(-)
229,172
(-)
(-)

22,700
83,447
56,635
22,866
(-)

214,908
119,898
403,428
187,888
(-)

831

475

2,192

89,253

52,640

238,088

91,522

53,663

244,620

Algeria
Angola
Ecuador
Iran
Iraq
Kuwait
Libya
Nigeria
Qatar
Saudi Arabia
United Arab Emirates
Venezuela

Gabon
Ghana
Guatemala
Indonesia
Kazakhstan
Mexico
Norway
Oman
Peru
Russia
Thailand
Trinidad and Tobago
United Kingdom
Vietnam
Yemen
All Other

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.

2013
SITC
Section Description

May

Exports

Total

2012

April

Imports

Exports

Year-to-Date

Imports

133,009.1 196,822.0 129,727.6 190,650.6

Exports

646,146.4

May

Imports

Exports

Year-to-Date

Imports

924,523.2 131,341.7 198,369.9

Exports

Imports

640,427.0

940,485.2

Summary:
Food and live animals

8,203.9

8,029.9

8,189.9

7,697.4

40,588.4

37,783.1

8,237.8

7,359.2

39,259.0

36,473.0

539.3

1,753.1

459.2

1,710.9

2,553.2

8,187.8

503.2

1,653.1

2,393.2

7,724.9

6,044.2

3,138.7

5,954.3

3,213.2

35,294.5

14,906.3

6,772.1

3,307.9

37,016.7

15,808.4

11,719.6

33,856.0

10,737.0

32,543.6

55,140.7

159,316.8

11,304.0

38,602.7

55,859.4

186,533.8

214.1

491.1

276.4

520.4

1,544.0

2,399.5

344.9

466.1

1,585.5

2,510.7

Chemicals and related


products, n.e.s.

17,499.8

16,880.0

16,768.8

18,167.1

83,649.8

83,977.1

17,489.2

18,047.2

83,352.6

82,381.8

Manufactured goods
classified chiefly
by material (1)

10,073.6

21,961.3

9,936.4

19,689.5

48,490.6

98,684.1

10,613.4

22,287.2

49,733.3

100,032.5

Machinery and
transport equipment (1)

45,104.8

75,804.0

42,662.7

73,579.3

210,058.9

352,465.9

43,480.1

73,750.8

209,233.4

350,429.9

Miscellaneous manufactured articles (1)

9,995.9

26,247.7

9,704.6

25,648.4

50,251.1

127,729.4

10,195.3

25,547.9

48,579.1

123,533.0

Commodities and
transactions not
classified elsewhere
in SITC

6,385.0

8,660.2

7,462.0

8,083.8

35,522.0

38,456.0

6,036.8

7,347.7

33,264.7

35,057.3

17,229.0

(X)

17,615.0

(X)

83,122.1

(X)

16,364.9

(X)

80,150.2

(X)

(X)

(X)

-38.8

-203.1

-68.9

617.2

(X)

(X)

(X)

(X)

Beverages and tobacco


Crude materials,
inedible except
fuels
Mineral fuels,
lubricants and
related materials
Animal and vegetable
oils, fats
and waxes

Reexports
Timing adjustments

(1) Due to non-disclosure requirements, certain 10-digit Schedule B commodity classifications are subject to supression and require a change in aggregation.
For additional information see www.census.gov/foreign-trade/statistics/notices/aircraft.

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.
Balance

Exports
F.A.S. Value

Period
Customs

C.I.F.

Imports
Customs value

C.I.F. Value

Seasonally Adjusted

2012
Jan.- Dec.
Jan.- May
January
February
March
April
May
June

-729,611.3
-315,553.7
-65,969.0
-60,134.5
-64,336.8
-62,913.0
-62,200.5
-58,354.3

-789,828.2
-340,360.5
-70,989.6
-64,867.2
-69,303.4
-67,967.6
-67,232.8
-63,367.4

1,545,708.5
641,374.2
125,953.7
126,935.5
130,625.1
128,762.5
129,097.5
130,218.0

2,275,319.8
956,927.9
191,922.7
187,070.0
194,961.9
191,675.5
191,297.9
188,572.3

2,335,536.7
981,734.7
196,943.3
191,802.7
199,928.5
196,730.0
196,330.2
193,585.4

July
August
September
October
November
December

-58,673.3
-59,700.4
-57,943.7
-59,362.8
-63,834.0
-56,189.0

-63,752.6
-64,684.3
-63,049.5
-64,389.0
-68,912.2
-61,312.5

128,838.7
127,106.8
131,415.3
126,703.8
128,530.0
131,521.7

187,511.9
186,807.3
189,359.0
186,066.6
192,364.0
187,710.8

192,591.3
191,791.2
194,464.8
191,092.9
197,442.2
192,834.3

-294,790.2
-60,503.8
-60,478.0
-54,168.3
-57,291.7
-62,348.4

-321,129.1
-65,747.1
-65,847.5
-59,170.1
-62,645.3
-67,719.2

647,381.2
129,441.4
130,519.6
128,318.3
130,044.5
129,057.5

942,171.4
189,945.1
190,997.6
182,486.5
187,336.2
191,406.0

968,510.3
195,188.4
196,367.1
187,488.3
192,689.7
196,776.7

2013
Jan.- May
January
February
March
April (R)
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
Not Seasonally Adjusted

2012
Jan.- Dec.
Jan.- May
January
February
March
April
May
June

-729,611.3
-300,058.2
-65,683.4
-48,257.3
-57,077.3
-62,012.1
-67,028.2
-59,304.2

-789,828.2
-324,562.2
-70,565.1
-52,634.5
-62,064.2
-67,042.0
-72,256.4
-64,396.2

1,545,708.5
640,427.0
117,838.7
123,609.1
140,232.9
127,404.6
131,341.7
132,546.6

2,275,319.8
940,485.2
183,522.1
171,866.4
197,310.1
189,416.7
198,369.9
191,850.8

2,335,536.7
964,989.3
188,403.8
176,243.5
202,297.1
194,446.6
203,598.1
196,942.8

July
August
September
October
November
December

-71,295.5
-66,182.1
-57,289.5
-65,014.7
-64,248.3
-46,218.9

-76,574.5
-71,392.5
-62,273.4
-70,337.4
-69,287.5
-51,004.3

121,411.7
128,586.6
128,198.3
133,599.7
130,182.3
130,756.5

192,707.2
194,768.6
185,487.8
198,614.4
194,430.5
176,975.3

197,986.2
199,979.1
190,471.7
203,937.1
199,469.7
181,760.7

-278,376.8
-61,797.2
-46,570.6
-45,273.2
-60,922.9
-63,812.9

-304,417.4
-67,007.3
-51,399.2
-50,222.8
-66,424.2
-69,363.8

646,146.4
123,389.9
123,605.9
136,413.8
129,727.6
133,009.1

924,523.2
185,187.1
170,176.5
181,687.0
190,650.6
196,822.0

950,563.8
190,397.3
175,005.1
186,636.6
196,151.8
202,373.0

2013
Jan.- May
January
February
March
April (R)
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December

Exhibit 6. Exports, Imports, and Trade Balance by Country and Area, Not Seasonally Adjusted: 2013
In millions of dollars. Details may not equal totals due to rounding. (X) Not applicable. (-) Represents zero or less than one-half unit of measurement show

Country
TOTAL
Afghanistan
Albania
Algeria
Andorra
Angola
Anguilla
Antigua and Barbuda
Argentina
Armenia
Aruba
Australia
Austria
Azerbaijan
Bahamas
Bahrain
Bangladesh
Barbados
Belarus
Belgium
Belize
Benin
Bermuda
Bhutan
Bolivia
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Botswana
Brazil
British Indian Ocean Territories
British Virgin Islands
Brunei
Bulgaria
Burkina Faso
Burma
Burundi

Balance
Exports
(Customs imports)
Domestic & Foreign, F.A.S. basis
YearYearMay
Rank
May
Rank
to-Date
to-Date
-63,812.9
-278,376.8
(X) 133,009.1 646,146.4
(X)
135.5
532.2
211
138.0
545.3
72
5.9
21.7
148
7.5
29.1
158
-365.4
-1,315.4
33
252.1
874.1
60
1.3
1.7
115
1.4
2.4
204
-922.6
-3,207.6
23
105.3
520.2
74
2.0
11.4
137
2.5
13.3
180
9.3
51.8
169
9.9
57.0
144
461.9
2,141.0
225
854.6
3,958.5
32
-3.8
0.4
104
5.5
43.7
149
37.2
242.6
197
39.1
267.0
91
1,380.7
6,464.0
231
2,210.0
10,372.2
17
-521.0
-2,441.5
24
319.3
1,559.1
49
27.0
-70.8
67
33.1
161.8
106

Imports
Customs basis
C.I.F. basis
YearYearMay
Rank
May
Rank
to-Date
to-Date
196,822.0
924,523.2
(X) 202,373.0
950,563.8
(X)
2.5
13.2
147
2.5
13.6
148
1.7
7.3
157
1.7
7.8
157
617.5
2,189.5
46
633.8
2,244.4
46
0.1
0.8
196
0.1
0.8
197
1,027.9
3,727.9
37
1,048.0
3,801.9
37
0.5
1.9
180
0.5
2.0
180
0.6
5.2
164
0.6
5.3
163
392.7
1,817.5
51
413.6
1,924.0
51
9.2
43.4
120
9.7
45.5
119
1.9
24.4
132
1.9
24.8
133
829.4
3,908.1
35
853.5
4,038.6
35
840.3
4,000.6
34
869.2
4,101.9
34
6.1
232.6
89
6.4
239.5
89

170.3
5.5
-384.1
34.7
0.4
982.7
8.9
44.4
50.8
0.2
-30.6
1.0
-37.3
851.7
-0.9
22.6
15.8
-18.6
6.2
2.7
0.8

1,061.2
164.9
-2,008.0
166.3
-7.5
5,165.3
50.5
257.4
177.5
0.8
-308.4
-3.3
-81.3
6,318.5
-5.4
76.4
60.4
-130.9
23.3
91.6
11.5

219
186
25
187
78
229
168
200
189
108
51
82
64
230
80
176
172
57
151
180
138

217.3
69.3
51.6
40.0
7.4
2,808.9
21.7
44.5
53.0
0.2
64.1
5.3
2.0
3,423.2
(-)
23.6
16.1
20.7
6.6
4.9
0.9

1,348.0
455.6
295.2
189.1
40.8
12,904.8
104.8
258.6
222.2
1.0
375.0
15.4
34.7
17,145.4
0.7
79.5
70.0
105.2
24.3
97.4
13.5

51
77
89
104
151
11
123
94
97
213
80
173
154
7
218
132
138
122
163
129
177

47.0
63.9
435.7
5.3
7.0
1,826.2
12.8
0.1
2.3
(-)
94.8
4.3
39.3
2,571.4
0.9
1.0
0.3
39.4
0.5
2.1
0.2

286.8
290.6
2,303.3
22.7
48.3
7,739.5
54.3
1.2
44.7
0.2
683.5
18.7
116.0
10,826.9
6.1
3.0
9.6
236.1
1.0
5.8
2.0

84
83
44
136
117
25
115
187
119
207
69
139
105
18
160
173
153
88
189
162
179

48.0
67.3
454.5
5.5
7.5
1,866.0
13.5
0.1
2.3
(-)
96.3
4.5
39.3
2,659.4
0.9
1.0
0.4
41.9
0.5
2.2
0.2

294.6
303.9
2,404.8
23.6
50.9
7,912.3
57.8
1.3
44.9
0.2
689.2
19.6
116.1
11,233.7
6.3
3.2
10.1
249.0
1.1
6.1
2.1

84
83
44
136
118
25
117
187
120
207
70
140
106
18
161
173
153
88
190
162
179

-169.8
38.5
-1,890.0
0.6
42.9
(-)
-290.3
487.6
-27,859.7
(-)
9.1
-542.0
-0.6
-109.4
16.4
0.3
-556.3
-110.9
-5.4
37.8
2.4
12.1
-182.2

-1,015.2
22.4
-13,887.1
4.8
247.2
0.1
-969.7
1,500.2
-121,055.7
(-)
9.2
-1,936.1
-0.9
-293.5
59.5
1.3
-1,965.6
-506.0
-51.0
214.9
16.9
40.4
-733.9

34
150
5
124
199
97
36
223
1
93
131
28
89
52
171
114
26
46
69
194
144
162
42

19.7
47.2
26,453.1
0.6
45.0
0.1
3.4
1,529.9
8,786.5
(-)
9.1
1,511.9
0.1
22.5
17.4
0.3
575.6
13.0
25.7
37.8
103.4
14.8
164.6

104.7
148.8
125,041.8
5.0
266.5
2.4
15.9
6,948.0
45,901.0
0.1
9.2
7,506.4
0.7
104.1
73.7
1.3
2,927.8
74.2
127.5
214.9
288.6
57.6
812.8

124
109
1
197
92
206
172
21
3
231
190
20
217
127
136
207
38
135
118
98
90
142
64

189.5
8.7
28,343.1
(-)
2.1
0.1
293.7
1,042.3
36,646.2
(-)
(-)
2,053.9
0.8
131.9
1.0
(-)
1,131.9
123.9
31.1
(-)
101.0
2.7
346.8

1,119.9
126.4
138,929.0
0.2
19.3
2.3
985.6
5,447.8
166,956.7
0.1
0.1
9,442.4
1.5
397.6
14.2
0.1
4,893.4
580.2
178.5
(-)
271.7
17.3
1,546.7

61
101
2
208
138
177
65
29
1
215
213
21
185
78
144
220
32
72
95
(X)
85
141
55

197.3
9.2
28,854.7
(-)
2.1
0.1
299.9
1,107.5
38,333.6
(-)
(-)
2,101.9
0.8
134.4
1.0
(-)
1,158.6
127.7
32.4
(-)
102.5
2.8
357.7

1,161.3
130.6
141,602.9
0.2
19.9
2.4
1,004.9
5,939.4
174,631.3
0.1
0.1
9,667.4
1.6
406.0
14.8
0.1
5,009.0
600.3
185.4
(-)
275.7
17.8
1,594.0

61
102
2
208
138
177
65
29
1
214
213
21
185
78
144
220
32
72
96
(X)
86
142
55

Denmark
Djibouti
Dominica
Dominican Republic

-358.1
11.8
4.6
233.8

-1,747.7
71.7
20.6
1,277.1

31
175
146
220

169.5
12.3
4.6
631.3

959.5
73.3
21.6
2,990.9

58
137
166
36

527.6
0.5
0.1
397.5

2,707.1
1.6
1.0
1,713.8

43
183
188
53

541.4
0.5
0.1
408.9

2,761.5
1.6
1.1
1,762.5

43
184
188
53

Ecuador
Egypt
El Salvador
Equatorial Guinea
Eritrea

-552.0
229.4
51.4
25.4
5.2

-1,785.7
1,820.7
262.7
365.1
9.6

30
224
201
207
133

402.0
350.3
286.0
26.3
5.2

2,959.8
2,491.6
1,262.0
623.0
9.7

37
40
52
71
188

954.0
120.8
234.6
0.9
(-)

4,745.5
670.9
999.3
257.9
0.1

33
70
63
87
219

994.7
129.0
242.1
0.9
(-)

4,950.3
707.6
1,033.7
266.7
0.1

33
68
64
87
216

Cambodia
Cameroon
Canada
Cape Verde
Cayman Islands
Central African Republic
Chad
Chile
China
Christmas Island
Cocos (Keeling) Islands
Colombia
Comoros
Congo (Brazzaville)
Congo (Kinshasa)
Cook Islands
Costa Rica
Cote d'Ivoire
Croatia
Cuba
Curacao
Cyprus
Czech Republic

Exhibit 6. Exports, Imports, and Trade Balance by Country and Area, Not Seasonally Adjusted: 2013
In millions of dollars. Details may not equal totals due to rounding. (X) Not applicable. (-) Represents zero or less than one-half unit of measurement show

Country
Estonia
Ethiopia
Falkland Islands (Islas Malvinas)
Faroe Islands
Fiji
Finland
France
French Guiana
French Polynesia
French Southern and Antarctic Lands

Balance
Exports
(Customs imports)
Domestic & Foreign, F.A.S. basis
YearYearMay
Rank
May
Rank
to-Date
to-Date
-8.0
-74.3
66
24.0
120.7
119
9.6
20.9
147
50.4
109.9
121

Imports
Customs basis
C.I.F. basis
YearYearMay
Rank
May
Rank
to-Date
to-Date
32.0
195.0
93
32.9
201.2
94
40.8
89.0
109
41.7
92.2
109

(-)
-9.8
-7.2
-174.9
-921.4
2.0
4.5
(-)

(-)
-45.5
-46.7
-995.6
-5,161.5
304.1
38.9
0.8

95
71
70
35
17
203
161
110

(-)
0.3
6.5
194.2
2,642.3
2.0
9.4
(-)

0.6
1.0
27.6
968.0
12,623.5
304.3
56.1
0.9

219
212
161
57
13
87
145
215

(-)
10.1
13.6
369.1
3,563.7
(-)
4.9
(-)

0.5
46.5
74.2
1,963.6
17,785.0
0.2
17.2
(-)

200
118
111
48
10
209
142
222

(-)
13.4
16.7
383.4
3,646.0
(-)
5.3
(-)

0.5
61.5
88.2
2,041.6
18,137.1
0.2
18.6
(-)

200
115
110
48
10
209
141
222

-206.8
5.1
(-)
52.2
-5,835.8
18.3
691.5
-11.2
1.0
4.7
74.0
65.4
0.4
0.2
-14.0

-168.6
13.9
0.1
168.9
-25,772.1
336.7
1,368.4
-52.9
9.3
23.5
319.0
664.7
-12.6
4.3
-75.7

55
141
98
188
3
206
221
68
132
153
205
215
75
123
65

17.4
5.2
(-)
53.8
4,052.5
111.5
691.6
54.4
1.5
6.3
74.4
482.9
9.8
0.2
27.5

99.3
14.5
0.1
260.7
19,860.6
531.6
1,368.5
310.4
12.7
28.1
323.0
2,435.9
39.0
4.4
137.6

128
175
230
93
6
73
50
86
182
160
85
41
152
198
114

224.2
0.1
(-)
1.6
9,888.3
93.2
(-)
65.5
0.5
1.6
0.3
417.5
9.3
(-)
41.5

267.9
0.6
(-)
91.9
45,632.8
194.9
0.1
363.4
3.4
4.7
4.0
1,771.1
51.5
0.1
213.3

86
199
(X)
108
5
94
218
80
171
166
168
52
116
221
92

229.7
0.1
(-)
1.8
10,081.3
95.3
(-)
70.7
0.5
1.7
0.4
444.3
12.7
(-)
42.3

275.7
0.6
(-)
95.6
46,499.5
202.5
0.1
389.5
3.5
5.0
4.0
1,912.0
70.6
0.1
217.8

85
199
(X)
108
5
93
219
80
171
166
169
52
113
221
92

17.2
0.2
-5.6
2,972.4
-177.7

146.9
0.3
279.5
14,596.4
-710.8

184
103
202
234
44

99.8
0.2
410.9
3,385.4
128.6

485.4
0.3
2,099.5
16,802.5
679.0

75
223
45
9
69

82.5
(-)
416.6
413.0
306.3

338.5
(-)
1,820.0
2,206.1
1,389.8

81
231
50
45
57

85.2
(-)
439.9
423.5
312.8

347.2
(-)
1,931.7
2,254.6
1,419.3

81
231
50
45
57

Iceland
India
Indonesia
Iran
Iraq
Ireland
Israel
Italy

-9.3
-2,265.7
-736.7
31.7
-578.2
-2,258.2
-1,399.5
-1,711.0

-26.3
-9,182.3
-4,358.0
148.5
-6,009.8
-10,880.7
-4,675.3
-8,572.6

73
9
20
185
14
7
18
10

12.1
1,935.8
788.8
31.7
365.9
506.5
1,074.2
1,581.1

112.2
8,757.0
3,534.8
150.2
873.3
2,763.5
5,379.2
6,770.5

120
18
34
108
61
39
24
22

21.4
4,201.5
1,525.6
(-)
944.0
2,764.7
2,473.7
3,292.1

138.5
17,939.4
7,892.8
1.7
6,883.1
13,644.2
10,054.5
15,343.2

100
9
24
182
27
13
20
12

23.7
4,340.0
1,607.1
(-)
962.1
2,774.5
2,498.4
3,412.4

147.6
18,550.2
8,286.2
1.7
7,015.0
13,696.2
10,150.0
15,862.0

99
9
24
183
27
13
20
12

Jamaica
Japan
Jordan

153.1
-5,405.2
111.0

671.4
-30,925.0
546.6

216
2
212

181.1
5,785.2
194.8

894.9
26,581.7
996.7

59
4
56

28.0
11,190.4
83.8

223.6
57,506.7
450.1

91
4
76

30.3
11,498.4
85.9

238.6
59,027.2
461.2

90
4
77

Kazakhstan
Kenya
Kiribati
Korea, North
Korea, South
Kosovo
Kuwait
Kyrgyzstan

-14.9
14.9
0.4
(-)
-2,458.3
1.2
-757.4
17.4

-106.1
40.6
0.8
1.1
-9,440.3
5.0
-3,957.5
46.0

61
163
107
112
8
125
22
165

76.5
48.7
0.4
(-)
3,211.5
1.2
220.8
17.7

377.3
203.6
1.1
1.1
16,835.3
5.3
1,056.1
48.2

79
100
211
210
8
196
54
147

91.4
33.8
0.1
(-)
5,669.9
(-)
978.2
0.3

483.4
163.0
0.3
(-)
26,275.6
0.3
5,013.6
2.1

73
97
203
(X)
6
204
30
178

94.0
35.1
0.1
(-)
5,912.4
(-)
1,002.4
0.3

496.2
168.7
0.4
(-)
27,409.3
0.3
5,136.9
2.2

74
97
203
(X)
6
204
31
178

Laos
Latvia
Lebanon
Lesotho
Liberia
Libya
Liechtenstein
Lithuania
Luxembourg

-0.6
12.3
112.0
-18.2
6.4
-264.8
-22.8
-47.5
227.1

-4.2
38.1
420.9
-123.7
46.5
-729.2
-106.8
-291.8
530.4

81
159
208
59
166
43
60
53
210

1.3
31.1
124.9
0.1
11.9
57.7
2.7
66.0
277.3

8.7
153.8
462.6
0.2
75.4
350.3
9.9
341.1
856.0

191
107
76
226
134
81
187
83
63

1.9
18.8
12.9
18.3
5.4
322.5
25.6
113.5
50.2

12.9
115.7
41.7
123.9
28.9
1,079.5
116.7
632.9
325.6

148
106
122
103
129
62
104
71
82

2.0
19.6
13.3
18.9
6.0
331.9
25.9
118.7
53.2

13.8
122.3
43.2
128.1
29.8
1,110.0
118.2
656.9
337.4

147
104
122
103
129
62
105
71
82

19.3
4.2
-9.9
-0.7

101.7
0.2
-43.7
-11.2

181
101
72
77

23.8
6.8
5.5
3.7

131.5
31.8
28.9
12.5

116
156
159
183

4.5
2.5
15.3
4.4

29.9
31.6
72.6
23.7

127
126
112
133

4.7
2.6
15.7
4.5

30.9
32.7
74.4
24.9

128
126
112
132

Gabon
Gambia
Gaza Strip Administered by Israe
Georgia
Germany
Ghana
Gibraltar
Greece
Greenland
Grenada
Guadeloupe
Guatemala
Guinea
Guinea-Bissau
Guyana
Haiti
Heard and McDonald Islands
Honduras
Hong Kong
Hungary

Macau
Macedonia
Madagascar
Malawi

Exhibit 6. Exports, Imports, and Trade Balance by Country and Area, Not Seasonally Adjusted: 2013
In millions of dollars. Details may not equal totals due to rounding. (X) Not applicable. (-) Represents zero or less than one-half unit of measurement show

Country
Malaysia
Maldives
Mali
Malta
Marshall Islands
Martinique
Mauritania
Mauritius
Mayotte
Mexico
Micronesia
Moldova
Monaco
Mongolia
Montenegro
Montserrat
Morocco
Mozambique
Namibia
Nauru
Nepal
Netherlands
New Caledonia
New Zealand
Nicaragua
Niger
Nigeria
Niue
Norfolk Island
Norway

Balance
Exports
(Customs imports)
Domestic & Foreign, F.A.S. basis
YearYearMay
Rank
May
Rank
to-Date
to-Date
-1,449.1
-5,811.3
15
1,123.2
5,197.7
26
1.2
2.1
116
2.2
11.9
184
1.5
21.8
149
1.7
22.7
165
-9.0
47.5
167
7.5
143.1
111
3.3
34.7
157
5.3
42.4
150
19.5
179.5
190
20.2
186.0
105
23.1
62.6
173
44.0
104.2
125
-24.2
-126.9
58
4.9
16.1
170
0.6
3.1
121
0.6
3.1
201
-5,300.1
-22,851.2
4
19,240.5
92,731.3
2
2.7
16.8
143
2.7
17.2
168
2.4
6.2
128
5.0
19.8
167
2.3
2.9
119
4.5
15.0
174
125.4
182.4
191
131.4
194.8
102
6.4
10.0
136
6.5
10.8
186
0.6
3.3
122
0.7
3.6
200
142.9
566.0
214
214.7
1,013.3
55
16.7
77.4
177
21.7
104.2
126

Imports
Customs basis
C.I.F. basis
YearYearMay
Rank
May
Rank
to-Date
to-Date
2,572.2
11,009.0
17
2,639.7
11,318.1
17
1.0
9.8
152
1.3
12.4
150
0.3
0.8
192
0.3
0.9
193
16.4
95.6
107
16.8
97.7
107
1.9
7.7
156
2.2
9.3
155
0.7
6.4
159
0.7
6.6
159
20.8
41.6
123
21.0
42.0
123
29.1
143.0
99
29.9
146.8
100
(-)
(-)
225
(-)
(-)
225
24,540.6
115,582.5
3
24,806.4
116,720.4
3
(-)
0.4
202
(-)
0.4
202
2.7
13.6
145
2.8
14.6
145
2.2
12.1
150
2.2
12.4
151
6.0
12.4
149
6.4
13.2
149
0.1
0.8
193
0.1
0.9
194
0.1
0.3
206
0.1
0.3
206
71.8
447.2
77
77.1
471.6
76
4.9
26.7
131
5.0
27.6
130

-6.5
0.1
-3.0
1,904.1
2.4
-64.2
-174.1
7.1
-641.1
(-)
(-)
49.5

-2.4
0.4
-16.1
7,537.5
-0.6
-413.6
-740.3
15.9
-4,006.7
(-)
0.1
-350.8

85
105
74
232
90
47
40
142
21
96
99
49

16.1
0.2
2.9
3,442.5
7.0
253.6
81.6
7.3
380.5
(-)
(-)
378.6

58.6
0.5
13.6
16,343.1
31.7
1,183.4
400.0
16.7
2,197.8
0.1
0.2
1,730.1

141
221
176
10
157
53
78
169
43
229
228
47

22.6
(-)
5.9
1,538.4
4.7
317.8
255.6
0.2
1,021.6
(-)
(-)
329.2

61.0
0.1
29.7
8,805.6
32.3
1,597.0
1,140.3
0.8
6,204.4
0.1
(-)
2,080.9

114
212
128
23
125
54
60
195
28
214
227
47

22.7
(-)
6.4
1,591.0
4.9
336.7
262.8
0.2
1,045.9
(-)
(-)
342.6

61.4
0.1
31.8
9,095.9
36.0
1,683.1
1,173.6
0.8
6,336.1
0.1
(-)
2,157.9

116
212
127
23
124
54
60
195
28
215
227
47

83.4

212.1

193

151.4

670.2

70

68.0

458.1

75

72.2

484.5

75

-146.0
1.4
931.1
12.5
120.1
128.3
-131.7
(-)
-53.7
-234.7

-739.8
7.8
4,441.1
43.5
711.9
930.9
-187.0
(-)
-347.4
-896.6

41
130
227
164
217
218
54
92
50
37

154.2
1.4
966.2
16.7
130.4
807.5
620.4
(-)
368.8
79.8

764.1
8.0
4,594.8
76.9
792.7
4,161.4
3,461.2
(-)
1,579.1
341.5

66
193
28
133
65
30
35
(X)
48
82

300.2
(-)
35.1
4.2
10.4
679.1
752.0
(-)
422.5
314.5

1,503.9
0.1
153.6
33.4
80.7
3,230.5
3,648.1
(-)
1,926.5
1,238.1

56
211
98
124
110
40
39
229
49
59

316.2
(-)
36.8
4.3
10.9
698.2
780.9
(-)
438.4
325.0

1,585.8
0.1
160.5
34.3
84.7
3,335.0
3,785.1
(-)
1,997.2
1,283.5

56
211
98
125
111
40
38
229
49
59

225.9

1,478.9

222

371.6

2,212.0

42

145.6

733.1

66

150.2

754.8

66

Reunion
Romania
Russia
Rwanda

0.8
-70.9
-1,982.1
5.3

-2.6
-398.7
-7,148.6
2.8

83
48
12
118

0.8
61.8
779.7
6.3

2.4
298.5
4,533.8
13.2

205
88
29
181

(-)
132.7
2,761.8
1.1

5.0
697.1
11,682.4
10.5

165
67
16
151

(-)
139.1
2,842.9
1.1

5.1
729.4
12,025.4
10.8

165
67
16
152

Samoa
San Marino
Sao Tome and Principe
Saudi Arabia
Senegal
Serbia
Seychelles
Sierra Leone
Singapore
Sint Maarten
Slovakia
Slovenia
Solomon Islands
Somalia
South Africa
South Sudan
Spain
Sri Lanka
St Helena

1.3
-0.7
(-)
-2,705.3
8.8
-3.1
(-)
7.1
1,211.4
39.1
-127.7
23.6
0.1
3.7
-247.7
0.4
-236.7
-136.4
-1.4

9.9
-1.8
1.0
-11,046.2
58.4
5.5
2.2
23.5
5,063.5
306.4
-544.6
-87.3
3.1
5.4
-102.9
13.4
-840.6
-866.4
-2.4

135
86
111
6
170
127
117
154
228
204
45
63
120
126
62
140
39
38
84

1.9
(-)
(-)
1,787.6
10.3
13.0
0.6
11.0
2,678.7
44.7
38.5
78.9
0.3
3.7
617.8
0.4
872.9
49.5
(-)

11.5
0.7
1.1
8,051.8
64.4
69.6
5.5
32.9
12,461.1
333.7
142.3
137.3
4.0
5.9
3,600.2
13.5
4,131.4
130.6
2.8

185
216
209
19
140
139
195
155
14
84
112
115
199
194
33
178
31
117
203

0.6
0.8
(-)
4,493.0
1.5
16.1
0.6
3.9
1,467.2
5.6
166.1
55.2
0.1
(-)
865.5
(-)
1,109.6
185.9
1.4

1.6
2.6
0.1
19,097.9
6.0
64.1
3.3
9.4
7,397.6
27.3
686.8
224.7
0.9
0.5
3,703.1
0.1
4,972.0
997.0
5.3

184
176
217
8
161
113
172
154
26
130
68
90
191
201
38
216
31
64
163

0.7
0.9
(-)
4,606.2
1.6
16.5
0.7
3.9
1,487.7
5.6
169.0
57.4
0.2
(-)
880.7
(-)
1,156.5
195.5
1.4

1.9
3.0
0.1
19,566.8
6.4
66.1
3.4
9.5
7,495.2
27.5
700.8
233.0
1.1
0.5
3,783.3
0.1
5,165.3
1,045.2
5.3

182
174
218
8
160
114
172
154
26
131
69
91
189
201
39
217
30
63
164

Oman
Pakistan
Palau
Panama
Papua New Guinea
Paraguay
Peru
Philippines
Pitcairn Islands
Poland
Portugal
Qatar

Exhibit 6. Exports, Imports, and Trade Balance by Country and Area, Not Seasonally Adjusted: 2013
In millions of dollars. Details may not equal totals due to rounding. (X) Not applicable. (-) Represents zero or less than one-half unit of measurement show

St Kitts and Nevis


St Lucia
St Pierre and Miquelon
St Vincent and the Grenadines
Sudan
Suriname
Svalbard, Jan Mayen Island
Swaziland
Sweden
Switzerland
Syria

Balance
Exports
(Customs imports)
Domestic & Foreign, F.A.S. basis
YearYearMay
Rank
May
Rank
to-Date
to-Date
3.5
23.4
152
8.1
46.8
148
21.5
243.8
198
23.3
250.4
95
(-)
0.2
102
(-)
0.3
224
6.7
36.1
158
6.9
36.9
153
6.5
9.8
134
7.6
13.3
179
16.8
65.0
174
43.5
190.3
103
0.9
1.2
113
0.9
1.2
208
-1.3
-12.1
76
2.7
9.4
189
-487.5
-1,868.9
29
420.0
1,974.1
46
-1,098.3
455.2
209
2,150.8
12,701.5
12
-0.5
-6.2
79
0.4
2.9
202

Taiwan
Tajikistan
Tanzania
Thailand
Timor-Leste
Togo
Tokelau
Tonga
Trinidad and Tobago
Tunisia
Turkey
Turkmenistan
Turks and Caicos Islands
Tuvalu

-1,237.0
4.5
27.7
-1,157.1
0.1
71.2
-0.5
2.0
-316.0
-3.8
549.6
59.8
18.8
(-)

-4,470.8
26.5
103.3
-5,449.3
0.5
193.7
-0.9
7.4
-1,957.2
-166.1
2,425.8
77.9
89.5
0.2

19
155
182
16
106
192
88
129
27
56
226
178
179
100

2,213.4
4.5
38.1
1,022.2
0.1
71.9
(-)
2.2
182.1
42.0
1,160.8
62.6
19.5
(-)

10,926.0
27.1
146.1
5,069.1
0.5
197.5
(-)
8.0
863.3
211.3
5,352.3
91.4
92.3
0.2

16
162
110
27
220
101
232
192
62
99
25
131
130
227

3,450.4
(-)
10.4
2,179.3
(-)
0.7
0.5
0.2
498.1
45.7
611.3
2.9
0.7
(-)

15,396.8
0.6
42.8
10,518.4
(-)
3.8
0.9
0.6
2,820.5
377.4
2,926.5
13.5
2.8
(-)

11
197
121
19
228
169
190
198
42
79
41
146
174
224

3,582.8
(-)
10.6
2,254.3
(-)
0.7
0.5
0.2
530.1
47.2
641.4
3.0
0.8
(-)

15,992.9
0.6
43.9
10,888.7
(-)
4.1
0.9
0.8
2,975.1
389.9
3,075.4
14.0
3.0
(-)

11
198
121
19
228
168
191
196
42
79
41
146
175
224

-1.0
29.5
1,748.8
-537.7
71.4
103.0

38.7
236.4
10,459.8
-1,357.3
555.0
116.6

160
196
233
32
213
183

5.0
119.7
1,948.6
4,066.4
118.2
122.7

57.3
711.6
11,707.9
19,948.8
733.1
140.0

143
68
15
5
67
113

6.0
90.2
199.8
4,604.1
46.7
19.7

18.6
475.2
1,248.1
21,306.1
178.2
23.4

140
74
58
7
96
135

6.4
95.3
207.3
4,695.3
50.2
19.8

19.8
499.1
1,289.2
21,721.8
187.2
23.6

139
73
58
7
95
135

11.4
0.1
-1,512.2
-1,491.1

13.3
0.8
-7,423.7
-6,842.3

139
109
11
13

13.2
0.1
1,230.4
388.5

16.0
1.0
5,984.7
2,153.9

171
214
23
44

1.8
(-)
2,742.6
1,879.7

2.7
0.2
13,408.4
8,996.2

175
210
14
22

1.8
(-)
2,784.7
1,987.4

2.9
0.2
13,607.0
9,489.2

176
210
14
22

Wallis and Futuna


West Bank Administered by Israel
Western Sahara

-0.2
-0.3
(-)

-0.1
-1.5
(-)

91
87
94

0.1
0.1
(-)

0.2
0.4
(-)

225
222
233

0.3
0.3
(-)

0.3
1.8
(-)

205
181
223

0.3
0.4
(-)

0.3
2.0
(-)

205
181
223

Yemen

49.3

231.7

195

49.6

233.0

96

0.3

1.3

186

0.3

1.3

186

5.1
0.5

33.3
18.9

156
145

7.4
2.9

49.1
23.2

146
164

2.2
2.4

15.8
4.2

143
167

2.3
2.6

16.0
4.5

143
167

Unidentified (1)

(-)

(-)

(X)

(-)

(-)

(X)

(-)

(-)

(X)

(-)

(-)

(X)

Timing adjustment

(-)

-686.1

(X)

(-)

-68.9

(X)

(-)

617.2

(X)

(-)

636.0

(X)

Country

Uganda
Ukraine
United Arab Emirates
United Kingdom
Uruguay
Uzbekistan
Vanuatu
Vatican City
Venezuela
Vietnam

Zambia
Zimbabwe

10

Imports
Customs basis
C.I.F. basis
YearYearMay
Rank
May
Rank
to-Date
to-Date
4.5
23.5
134
4.7
24.3
134
1.8
6.6
158
1.8
7.0
158
(-)
(-)
226
(-)
(-)
226
0.2
0.8
194
0.2
0.9
192
1.1
3.5
170
1.1
3.8
170
26.7
125.3
102
29.4
137.3
101
(-)
(-)
230
(-)
(-)
230
4.0
21.5
137
4.2
22.3
137
907.4
3,842.9
36
931.5
3,959.1
36
3,249.1
12,246.3
15
3,276.5
12,374.4
15
0.9
9.1
155
1.0
9.3
156

Exhibit 6. Exports, Imports, and Trade Balance by Country and Area, Not Seasonally Adjusted: 2013
In millions of dollars. Details may not equal totals due to rounding. (X) Not applicable. (-) Represents zero or less than one-half unit of measurement show

Country
Africa
APEC
ASEAN
Asia - South
Asia Near East
CAFTA-DR
Central American Common Market
Euro Area
Europe
European Union
LAFTA
NATO Allies
NICS
North America
OECD
OPEC
Pacific Rim Countries
South/Central America
Twenty Latin American Republics

Balance
Exports
(Customs imports)
Domestic & Foreign, F.A.S. basis
YearYearMay
Rank
May
Rank
to-Date
to-Date
-2,502.0
-7,529.4
(X)
2,751.8
14,804.7
(X)
-44,953.7
-204,181.2
(X)
81,310.8 394,043.0
(X)
-3,906.2
-18,451.8
(X)
6,663.7
32,158.6
(X)
-2,799.6
-12,280.5
(X)
2,332.1
10,505.9
(X)
-3,073.6
-12,032.7
(X)
6,390.9
32,252.1
(X)
-385.4
-221.8
(X)
2,468.4
12,116.1
(X)
-619.2
-1,498.9
(X)
1,837.0
9,125.2
(X)
-8,900.0
-42,999.5
(X)
16,995.3
80,033.5
(X)
-12,362.0
-53,490.0
(X)
28,250.7 134,926.9
(X)
-10,821.6
-50,548.7
(X)
22,492.8 106,885.2
(X)
-5,815.8
-22,147.5
(X)
29,312.6 143,296.4
(X)
-8,683.4
-46,288.3
(X)
49,035.3 231,656.3
(X)
488.5
5,748.8
(X)
11,489.0
57,024.9
(X)
-7,190.1
-36,738.3
(X)
45,693.6 217,773.1
(X)
-24,961.4
-118,240.9
(X)
83,044.3 398,169.7
(X)
-6,292.5
-27,394.4
(X)
7,154.2
36,938.4
(X)
-33,729.8
-150,332.2
(X)
31,113.3 153,535.2
(X)
500.9
7,639.2
(X)
14,844.5
74,525.5
(X)
-5,215.0
-17,566.4
(X)
32,884.7 160,707.6
(X)

Imports
Customs basis
C.I.F. basis
YearYearMay
Rank
May
Rank
to-Date
to-Date
5,253.9
22,334.1
(X)
5,384.4
22,903.2
(X)
126,264.5
598,224.2
(X) 130,012.4
615,967.2
(X)
10,569.9
50,610.3
(X)
10,958.9
52,453.9
(X)
5,131.7
22,786.4
(X)
5,315.1
23,631.5
(X)
9,464.5
44,284.8
(X)
9,667.1
45,219.8
(X)
2,853.8
12,337.9
(X)
2,956.7
12,822.4
(X)
2,456.3
10,624.1
(X)
2,547.8
11,059.9
(X)
25,895.3
123,032.9
(X)
26,508.0
125,772.5
(X)
40,612.7
188,416.9
(X)
41,572.6
192,754.2
(X)
33,314.4
157,433.9
(X)
34,104.6
160,983.0
(X)
35,128.4
165,443.9
(X)
35,723.9
168,338.4
(X)
57,718.7
277,944.7
(X)
58,988.7
284,052.5
(X)
11,000.5
51,276.1
(X)
11,406.5
53,152.0
(X)
52,883.7
254,511.4
(X)
53,661.1
258,323.3
(X)
108,005.7
516,410.6
(X) 110,221.7
526,912.3
(X)
13,446.7
64,332.8
(X)
13,767.3
65,814.2
(X)
64,843.1
303,867.4
(X)
67,465.7
315,997.0
(X)
14,343.6
66,886.3
(X)
14,822.5
69,349.0
(X)
38,099.8
178,273.9
(X)
38,802.6
181,668.6
(X)

Africa - Algeria, Angola, Benin, Botswana, British Indian Ocean Territories, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cameroon, Cape Verde, Central African Republic, Chad, Comoros,
Congo (Brazzaville), Congo (Kinshasa), Cote d'Ivoire, Djibouti, Egypt, Equatorial Guinea, Eritrea, Ethiopia, French Southern and Antarctic Lands, Gabon, Gambia, Ghan
Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Kenya, Lesotho, Liberia, Libya, Madagascar, Malawi, Mali, Mauritania, Mauritius, Mayotte, Morocco, Mozambique, Namibia, Nige
Nigeria, Reunion, Rwanda, Sao Tome and Principe, Senegal, Seychelles, Sierra Leone, Somalia, South Africa, South Sudan, St. Helena, Sudan, Swaziland, Tanzania, Togo
Tunisia, Uganda, Western Sahara, Zambia, Zimbabwe
APEC (Asia - Pacific Economic Cooperation) - Australia, Brunei, Canada, Chile, China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Korea (South), Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Papua New
Guinea, Peru, Philippines, Russia, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam
ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) - Brunei, Burma, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam.
Asia - South - Afghanistan, Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka.
Asia Near East - Bahrain, Gaza Strip Administered by Israel, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Syria,
United Arab Emirates, West Bank Administered by Israel, Yemen
CAFTA-DR (Dominican Republic-Central America-United States Free Trade Agreement) - Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua.
Central American Common Market - Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua.
Euro Area - Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain.
Europe - Albania, Andorra, Armenia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Belgium, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Faroe Islands,
Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Gibraltar, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Kazakhstan, Kosovo, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania,
Luxembourg, Macedonia, Malta, Moldova, Monaco, Montenegro, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, San Marino, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain
Svalbard, Jan Mayen Island, Sweden, Switzerland, Tajikistan, Turkey, 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
LAFTA (Latin American Free Trade Area) - Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay, Venezuela.
NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) Allies - Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland,
Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Turkey, United Kingdom
NICs (Newly Industrialized Countries) - Hong Kong, Korea (South), Singapore, Taiwan.
North America - Canada, Mexico.
OECD (Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development) - Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Chile, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany,
Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Korea (South), Luxembourg, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spa
Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, United Kingdom
OPEC (Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries) - Algeria, Angola, Ecuador, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Libya, Nigeria, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Venezuela.
Pacific Rim Countries - Australia, Brunei, China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Korea (South), Macau, 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, Curacao, Dominica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Falkland Islands (Islas Malvinas), French Guiana, Grenada,
Guadeloupe, Guatemala, Guyana, Haiti, Honduras, Jamaica, Martinique, Montserrat, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, St. Kitt
and Nevis, Sint Maarten, St. Lucia, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Suriname, Trinidad and Tobago, Turks and Caicos Islands, Uruguay, Venezuela.
Twenty Latin American Republics - Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala,
Haiti, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay, Venezuela
(1) The export totals reflect shipments of certain grains, oilseeds, and satellites that are not included in the country/area totals.
NOTE: Country grouping data reflect the groups as they were at the time of reporting.

11

Exhibit 6a. Exports, Imports and Trade Balance by Country and Area, Not Seasonally Adjusted: 2012

TOTAL

In millions of dollars. Details may not equal totals due to rounding. (X) Not applicable. (-) Represents zero or less than one-half unit of measurement shown.
Balance
Exports
Imports
(Customs imports)
Domestic & Foreign, F.A.S. basis
Customs basis
C.I.F. basis
Country
YearYearYearYearRank
May
Rank
May
Rank
May
May
Rank
to-Date
to-Date
to-Date
to-Date
-67,028.2 -300,058.2
(X) 131,341.7
640,427.0
(X) 198,369.9
940,485.2
(X) 203,598.1
964,989.3
(X)

Afghanistan
Albania
Algeria
Andorra
Angola
Anguilla
Antigua and Barbuda
Argentina
Armenia
Aruba
Australia
Austria
Azerbaijan

123.1
5.6
-809.5
0.1
-712.0
1.5
9.1
735.3
-2.7
91.2
1,732.6
-598.3
-108.1

659.6
11.9
-4,480.3
0.6
-3,954.2
8.6
91.8
2,405.7
-6.1
-478.0
8,638.1
-2,865.8
-517.7

211
137
21
109
24
133
177
224
84
51
233
26
49

126.0
6.7
262.6
0.2
140.8
1.8
10.8
1,141.3
3.3
94.6
2,634.0
220.0
25.5

667.5
19.7
652.0
0.8
660.4
10.2
96.2
4,186.1
25.0
279.2
12,557.9
1,042.0
143.4

67
167
70
216
68
190
127
29
160
90
13
57
115

3.0
1.1
1,072.1
0.1
852.9
0.3
1.7
406.0
6.0
3.4
901.4
818.3
133.5

7.9
7.8
5,132.4
0.2
4,614.6
1.6
4.4
1,780.4
31.1
757.2
3,919.8
3,907.8
661.1

152
153
31
210
33
184
167
52
130
68
38
39
72

3.0
1.2
1,096.5
0.1
867.0
0.3
1.7
423.2
6.4
3.4
931.8
839.0
136.1

8.0
8.3
5,231.3
0.2
4,707.6
1.6
4.5
1,867.6
32.7
767.7
4,047.1
4,008.0
675.5

155
153
31
210
33
185
168
52
130
68
38
39
72

218.6
44.7
-335.6
30.2
-1.4
775.1
7.5
102.4
43.5
-0.2
-43.2
-2.9
-20.4
994.5
-0.7
9.8
13.0
-7.8
6.5
2.6
2.2

1,248.1
190.6
-1,988.7
159.9
-18.1
5,385.3
49.0
266.6
213.8
1.1
-171.3
-11.7
-54.0
2,959.2
-5.5
77.8
62.4
-50.7
21.0
12.7
9.3

220
193
29
190
76
230
165
201
197
114
57
82
67
226
85
173
167
68
153
139
134

258.8
84.7
72.3
34.5
5.9
2,643.0
18.8
102.6
45.8
0.1
61.3
1.0
4.6
3,478.4
0.1
10.3
13.2
23.1
6.8
2.6
2.2

1,481.6
486.5
226.4
182.9
37.5
12,655.9
125.7
267.1
221.1
1.5
302.8
6.3
26.4
17,293.1
0.8
79.2
66.3
117.8
21.6
12.7
11.0

47
75
94
102
153
12
119
91
97
211
86
197
159
8
217
135
140
122
165
184
188

40.1
40.0
407.9
4.3
7.3
1,867.9
11.3
0.2
2.3
0.3
104.5
3.8
25.1
2,483.9
0.8
0.5
0.3
30.8
0.2
(-)
(-)

233.5
295.9
2,215.1
23.1
55.6
7,270.6
76.7
0.5
7.3
0.4
474.1
18.0
80.4
14,333.9
6.3
1.4
3.9
168.5
0.5
(-)
1.7

90
85
47
139
117
27
110
200
159
204
77
142
108
15
162
187
170
95
197
219
183

41.2
42.0
422.9
4.4
7.7
1,900.9
11.9
0.2
2.3
0.3
105.1
4.0
25.1
2,563.5
0.8
0.5
0.3
32.2
0.2
(-)
(-)

240.4
309.1
2,296.9
23.9
58.0
7,421.5
80.0
0.5
7.4
0.4
479.4
18.7
80.7
14,795.8
6.4
1.6
4.2
177.2
0.6
(-)
1.8

89
85
47
139
117
27
110
199
159
204
78
142
108
15
163
187
170
95
196
219
182

-148.9
18.4
-1,676.0
0.4
48.2
0.8
-260.2
844.3
-25,979.3
152.4
0.1
-986.9
(-)
-237.6
11.0
0.3
-586.6
-30.9
-5.2
37.3
24.2
5.0
-177.2

-985.2
-62.4
-15,185.4
(-)
256.1
4.3
-1,244.0
3,359.0
-117,524.1
152.3
(-)
-4,537.7
-1.0
-752.2
41.4
0.8
-1,977.3
-617.7
-27.4
225.8
-26.7
84.6
-890.2

36
66
6
94
200
120
34
227
1
186
95
20
91
41
164
110
30
45
72
199
75
174
38

19.0
26.9
25,903.1
0.4
50.7
0.9
2.3
1,607.8
8,958.5
152.4
0.1
1,361.4
(-)
15.8
13.0
0.6
586.7
14.6
28.2
37.3
106.1
6.3
186.5

99.6
93.2
122,365.1
2.9
263.5
5.6
16.2
7,543.4
44,381.0
152.7
0.3
6,373.0
0.6
91.1
65.4
1.5
3,165.0
78.1
130.9
225.9
382.1
93.3
801.1

126
129
1
204
92
199
175
19
3
110
226
23
219
130
141
210
35
136
116
95
80
128
63

167.9
8.4
27,579.1
(-)
2.4
0.1
262.5
763.6
34,937.8
(-)
(-)
2,348.3
(-)
253.4
2.1
0.3
1,173.3
45.5
33.4
(-)
82.0
1.3
363.7

1,084.8
155.6
137,550.5
2.9
7.5
1.3
1,260.2
4,184.4
161,905.1
0.4
0.3
10,910.6
1.6
843.3
24.0
0.7
5,142.3
695.8
158.2
0.1
408.8
8.7
1,691.3

61
97
2
172
155
188
59
36
1
201
207
18
185
66
137
193
30
69
96
213
82
151
54

174.7
8.9
27,959.0
(-)
2.5
0.1
267.1
806.9
36,559.4
(-)
(-)
2,407.9
(-)
258.1
2.1
0.4
1,200.9
47.4
35.5
(-)
82.7
1.4
373.7

1,123.1
160.7
139,390.3
2.9
7.8
1.4
1,285.2
4,593.3
169,072.6
0.4
0.3
11,185.1
1.6
857.9
24.4
0.8
5,253.9
721.3
165.4
0.1
412.3
9.3
1,742.8

62
97
2
172
157
189
59
35
1
201
208
18
186
66
137
193
30
69
96
214
84
150
54

Denmark
Djibouti
Dominica
Dominican Republic

-473.0
6.0
3.4
204.6

-1,839.5
38.7
37.3
1,040.3

31
162
161
219

239.1
8.1
3.5
575.4

978.1
46.1
37.8
2,812.6

58
147
152
38

712.0
2.1
0.1
370.8

2,817.5
7.4
0.5
1,772.3

43
156
199
53

725.4
2.2
0.1
380.5

2,874.4
7.5
0.5
1,822.9

44
158
198
53

Ecuador
Egypt
El Salvador
Equatorial Guinea
Eritrea

-354.2
84.5
-5.3
-261.2
0.3

-1,425.7
974.6
296.6
-682.3
1.8

33
218
204
43
116

574.3
398.4
216.0
12.4
0.3

2,767.2
2,306.6
1,336.1
85.9
1.8

39
42
49
133
209

928.6
313.9
221.3
273.6
(-)

4,192.9
1,332.0
1,039.4
768.2
0.1

35
57
63
67
214

964.8
326.7
228.4
282.9
(-)

4,372.2
1,383.8
1,073.0
786.8
0.1

36
57
63
67
213

Bahamas
Bahrain
Bangladesh
Barbados
Belarus
Belgium
Belize
Benin
Bermuda
Bhutan
Bolivia
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Botswana
Brazil
British Indian Ocean Territories
British Virgin Islands
Brunei
Bulgaria
Burkina Faso
Burma
Burundi
Cambodia
Cameroon
Canada
Cape Verde
Cayman Islands
Central African Republic
Chad
Chile
China
Christmas Island
Cocos (Keeling) Islands
Colombia
Comoros
Congo (Brazzaville)
Congo (Kinshasa)
Cook Islands
Costa Rica
Cote d'Ivoire
Croatia
Cuba
Curacao
Cyprus
Czech Republic

12

Exhibit 6a. Exports, Imports and Trade Balance by Country and Area, Not Seasonally Adjusted: 2012

Estonia
Ethiopia

In millions of dollars. Details may not equal totals due to rounding. (X) Not applicable. (-) Represents zero or less than one-half unit of measurement shown.
Balance
Exports
Imports
(Customs imports)
Domestic & Foreign, F.A.S. basis
Customs basis
C.I.F. basis
Country
YearYearYearYearRank
May
Rank
May
Rank
May
May
Rank
to-Date
to-Date
to-Date
to-Date
-14.0
-128.8
59
19.8
104.7
124
33.8
233.5
89
34.7
239.0
90
7.5
73.0
171
23.6
116.1
123
16.1
43.1
121
16.7
44.9
122

Falkland Islands (Islas Malvinas)


Faroe Islands
Fiji
Finland
France
French Guiana
French Polynesia
French Southern and Antarctic Lands

-1.6
-5.9
-8.7
-228.7
-553.8
6.0
4.6
(-)

-4.5
-26.9
-43.7
-1,193.1
-4,006.9
18.3
25.8
0.4

87
74
69
35
23
147
154
108

0.1
(-)
3.9
228.1
2,909.9
6.0
10.7
(-)

2.8
0.3
22.0
1,151.2
13,106.5
18.9
49.9
0.4

205
225
164
52
11
169
146
221

1.7
6.0
12.6
456.7
3,463.7
(-)
6.1
(-)

7.3
27.2
65.7
2,344.2
17,113.4
0.5
24.1
(-)

158
133
115
46
9
196
136
227

1.7
8.2
15.3
474.2
3,526.8
(-)
6.4
(-)

8.3
38.0
78.1
2,419.0
17,419.0
0.5
25.3
(-)

152
127
111
46
9
197
136
227

-59.8
3.7
(-)
19.6
-4,788.7
135.8
302.5
-26.8
(-)
2.5
20.9
150.4
5.2
15.6
-6.4

-370.3
12.5
-0.3
151.8
-22,852.6
516.2
2,068.0
-91.0
9.8
19.4
152.5
534.8
34.4
18.3
-39.2

54
138
93
185
4
207
223
63
135
152
188
209
160
148
70

72.8
3.7
(-)
39.2
4,226.3
153.5
302.5
56.5
0.3
4.8
21.8
568.2
12.4
15.6
31.1

148.8
12.5
(-)
222.0
20,863.7
634.3
2,068.3
366.6
11.9
24.1
154.5
2,500.5
81.0
18.4
157.9

112
185
232
96
6
72
44
82
186
161
108
41
134
170
107

132.6
(-)
(-)
19.5
9,015.0
17.7
(-)
83.4
0.3
2.3
0.8
417.8
7.3
(-)
37.4

519.1
0.1
0.3
70.1
43,716.3
118.0
0.3
457.5
2.1
4.7
2.1
1,965.7
46.6
(-)
197.1

75
218
206
114
5
102
205
78
176
165
179
48
120
223
93

135.0
(-)
(-)
21.5
9,190.4
18.6
(-)
89.0
0.3
2.4
0.8
440.4
10.2
(-)
38.3

530.2
0.1
0.3
74.8
44,570.0
123.6
0.3
483.7
2.2
5.0
2.1
2,095.1
65.1
(-)
201.1

75
217
207
113
5
102
206
77
178
165
179
48
116
223
93

-3.0
(-)
56.6
2,849.6
-147.1

122.0
(-)
692.3
14,316.3
-642.4

178
97
214
234
44

72.4
(-)
484.4
3,246.4
136.7

414.4
(-)
2,516.8
16,209.4
641.2

78
233
40
10
71

75.4
(-)
427.8
396.8
283.8

292.4
(-)
1,824.5
1,893.1
1,283.6

86
226
51
50
58

77.7
(-)
448.1
407.6
289.3

300.1
(-)
1,931.2
1,939.4
1,310.9

86
226
51
50
58

Iceland
India
Indonesia
Iran
Iraq
Ireland
Israel
Italy

7.6
-1,800.6
-665.4
44.4
-2,220.1
-2,838.4
-1,398.0
-1,818.3

12.8
-8,275.7
-4,148.4
129.5
-6,243.3
-11,473.3
-3,534.3
-7,603.8

140
9
22
179
14
7
25
10

30.8
1,769.0
827.1
44.5
105.7
531.8
1,187.3
1,470.4

125.3
8,130.6
3,386.9
129.7
816.4
3,321.4
5,743.2
7,246.5

120
18
33
117
62
34
24
20

23.2
3,569.6
1,492.5
(-)
2,325.8
3,370.2
2,585.3
3,288.7

112.6
16,406.3
7,535.3
0.2
7,059.8
14,794.7
9,277.6
14,850.3

104
11
26
212
28
14
22
13

25.0
3,686.0
1,566.7
(-)
2,371.2
3,380.0
2,603.7
3,399.0

119.2
16,976.3
7,875.2
0.2
7,195.4
14,846.2
9,369.6
15,337.1

104
11
26
212
28
14
22
13

Jamaica
Japan
Jordan

122.5
-6,426.6
101.1

642.6
-33,011.0
273.8

210
2
202

146.7
5,683.9
180.6

820.9
28,683.3
721.9

61
4
66

24.2
12,110.5
79.4

178.3
61,694.3
448.2

94
4
80

27.8
12,459.4
81.4

196.4
63,440.2
460.1

94
4
80

Kazakhstan
Kenya
Kiribati
Korea, North
Korea, South
Kosovo
Kuwait
Kyrgyzstan

9.4
71.3
0.5
(-)
-1,979.7
0.7
-1,171.7
8.5

-104.6
142.7
1.1
6.8
-6,109.8
4.6
-5,205.3
63.6

61
183
113
129
15
124
19
168

105.1
102.0
0.6
(-)
3,486.1
0.7
175.5
9.1

391.1
285.0
1.4
6.8
18,569.2
4.7
1,048.1
66.4

79
89
213
194
7
201
56
139

95.7
30.7
0.1
(-)
5,465.8
(-)
1,347.2
0.6

495.7
142.3
0.3
(-)
24,679.1
0.1
6,253.4
2.8

76
100
208
(X)
7
217
29
173

99.5
31.9
0.1
(-)
5,663.8
(-)
1,378.0
0.6

508.5
148.1
0.3
(-)
25,547.6
0.1
6,401.1
2.9

76
100
205
(X)
7
218
29
173

Laos
Latvia
Lebanon
Lesotho
Liberia
Libya
Liechtenstein
Lithuania
Luxembourg

-0.2
23.3
66.3
-16.1
52.4
-159.4
-23.4
-0.2
273.5

4.8
140.8
394.0
-103.2
73.9
-464.6
-140.0
-104.9
746.3

126
180
206
62
172
52
58
60
217

2.1
40.2
77.5
3.1
52.5
52.8
3.1
56.5
308.7

13.6
237.4
428.2
14.0
122.0
220.8
9.0
303.8
947.6

181
93
77
179
121
98
192
85
60

2.4
16.9
11.2
19.2
0.1
212.2
26.4
56.7
35.1

8.8
96.6
34.2
117.3
48.1
685.4
148.9
408.7
201.4

150
107
128
103
118
70
98
83
92

2.4
17.7
11.5
19.8
0.1
216.0
26.7
59.8
36.8

9.0
100.9
35.5
121.1
48.6
699.0
151.2
427.4
209.6

151
107
129
103
120
70
99
82
92

22.3
-2.5
0.1
(-)

86.7
-33.9
-15.0
-11.6

176
71
80
83

29.7
0.6
7.9
5.8

127.8
6.1
27.5
18.0

118
198
157
171

7.4
3.1
7.8
5.9

41.1
40.0
42.6
29.6

123
124
122
131

7.8
3.2
8.1
6.0

43.1
41.7
44.3
31.6

124
125
123
132

Gabon
Gambia
Gaza Strip Administered by Israel
Georgia
Germany
Ghana
Gibraltar
Greece
Greenland
Grenada
Guadeloupe
Guatemala
Guinea
Guinea-Bissau
Guyana
Haiti
Heard and McDonald Islands
Honduras
Hong Kong
Hungary

Macau
Macedonia
Madagascar
Malawi

13

Exhibit 6a. Exports, Imports and Trade Balance by Country and Area, Not Seasonally Adjusted: 2012
In millions of dollars. Details may not equal totals due to rounding. (X) Not applicable. (-) Represents zero or less than one-half unit of measurement shown.
Balance
Exports
Imports
(Customs imports)
Domestic & Foreign, F.A.S. basis
Customs basis
C.I.F. basis
Country
YearYearYearYearRank
May
Rank
May
Rank
May
May
Rank
to-Date
to-Date
to-Date
to-Date
Malaysia
-981.8
-5,217.7
18
1,212.4
5,228.1
26
2,194.2
10,445.8
20
2,255.3
10,736.0
20
Maldives
0.3
4.8
125
1.6
13.8
180
1.3
9.0
149
1.6
10.3
147
Mali
2.8
34.0
158
3.5
36.0
154
0.7
1.9
180
0.7
2.0
180
Malta
-21.2
211.2
196
5.4
312.9
84
26.6
101.7
105
27.4
105.9
105
Marshall Islands
10.3
26.8
155
11.5
31.6
156
1.3
4.9
164
1.6
6.4
162
Martinique
35.3
165.8
191
35.6
175.8
105
0.3
10.0
147
0.3
10.2
148
Mauritania
42.9
152.4
187
43.0
152.8
109
(-)
0.4
203
(-)
0.4
203
Mauritius
-12.6
-27.0
73
4.3
70.2
138
16.9
97.2
106
17.5
101.0
106
Mayotte
0.1
1.4
115
0.1
1.4
212
(-)
(-)
231
(-)
(-)
231
Mexico
-6,379.3
-28,173.1
3
18,434.3
88,633.6
2
24,813.6
116,806.7
3
25,034.8
117,840.1
3
Micronesia
3.8
18.7
150
3.9
19.3
168
(-)
0.6
194
(-)
0.8
194
Moldova
0.4
5.7
127
2.2
13.3
183
1.9
7.6
154
2.0
8.2
154
Monaco
-0.1
-2.6
89
3.2
13.5
182
3.4
16.2
143
3.5
16.6
143
Mongolia
72.7
206.8
194
73.9
211.1
100
1.2
4.3
168
1.3
4.3
169
Montenegro
1.1
4.5
123
1.6
6.3
196
0.4
1.7
182
0.4
1.8
183
Montserrat
0.4
1.9
117
0.4
2.8
206
0.1
0.9
190
0.1
0.9
191
Morocco
139.7
703.5
216
205.3
1,099.1
53
65.7
395.6
84
70.7
427.1
83
Mozambique
42.1
152.8
189
45.7
167.7
106
3.6
14.9
144
3.6
15.3
144
Namibia
Nauru
Nepal
Netherlands
New Caledonia
New Zealand
Nicaragua
Niger
Nigeria
Niue
Norfolk Island
Norway
Oman

11.1
(-)
-4.0
1,635.4
5.3
-127.8
-159.7
2.1
-1,430.1
(-)
(-)
-467.5

-15.0
0.3
-16.2
6,936.8
15.3
-205.6
-689.0
-63.0
-6,262.2
0.1
0.8
-1,697.2

79
104
78
231
145
56
42
65
13
101
111
32

17.1
0.1
1.7
3,388.3
7.5
221.2
80.3
2.2
506.5
(-)
(-)
273.9

57.9
0.4
20.8
16,535.1
34.7
1,300.7
459.5
16.0
1,909.0
0.1
0.9
1,432.2

144
220
166
9
155
51
76
176
45
228
214
48

6.0
(-)
5.7
1,753.0
2.2
349.0
240.0
0.2
1,936.6
(-)
(-)
741.4

72.9
0.2
37.0
9,598.2
19.4
1,506.3
1,148.5
78.9
8,171.2
(-)
(-)
3,129.4

112
211
126
21
141
55
60
109
24
224
221
42

6.3
(-)
6.2
1,806.3
2.3
365.9
247.8
0.2
1,978.4
(-)
(-)
764.3

73.5
0.2
39.2
9,845.9
19.9
1,583.3
1,184.8
80.5
8,338.9
(-)
(-)
3,228.2

115
211
126
21
141
55
60
109
24
225
221
42

57.7

142.3

182

158.3

731.3

65

100.5

588.9

74

106.2

618.9

74

-193.7
1.4
795.8
71.5
138.1
247.5
-187.4
(-)
-97.2
-55.1

-765.0
6.5
3,849.1
223.2
701.6
1,307.2
-821.2
(-)
-616.8
-583.8

40
128
228
198
215
221
39
100
46
48

124.3
1.5
889.2
80.0
149.3
730.2
623.5
(-)
251.6
103.2

659.8
6.6
4,064.1
296.9
749.3
3,749.2
3,119.0
(-)
1,308.0
500.5

69
195
31
88
64
32
36
230
50
74

318.0
(-)
93.4
8.5
11.2
482.7
810.9
(-)
348.8
158.2

1,424.8
0.1
215.0
73.7
47.7
2,442.0
3,940.3
(-)
1,924.8
1,084.3

56
215
91
111
119
45
37
229
49
62

333.7
(-)
95.7
8.8
11.5
502.0
837.7
(-)
361.2
164.8

1,497.1
0.1
225.1
75.5
49.4
2,528.6
4,070.9
(-)
1,995.1
1,124.6

56
216
91
112
119
45
37
229
49
61

-13.0

665.1

212

121.4

1,086.9

54

134.4

421.7

81

136.4

433.1

81

Reunion
Romania
Russia
Rwanda

0.2
-100.8
-1,752.0
6.3

-4.5
-246.3
-7,329.9
2.4

86
55
11
119

0.6
53.2
814.6
7.6

2.7
373.7
4,302.7
15.6

207
81
27
177

0.4
154.1
2,566.6
1.4

7.3
620.0
11,632.6
13.1

160
73
16
145

0.4
161.7
2,648.4
1.4

7.4
647.7
11,987.0
13.4

160
73
16
145

Samoa
San Marino
Sao Tome and Principe
Saudi Arabia
Senegal
Serbia
Seychelles
Sierra Leone
Singapore
Sint Maarten
Slovakia
Slovenia
Solomon Islands
Somalia
South Africa
South Sudan
Spain
Sri Lanka
St Helena

1.8
-0.2
-0.2
-4,481.8
10.4
0.7
-0.6
9.0
749.9
35.8
-125.5
-42.9
0.9
0.5
-147.5
0.5
-247.6
-143.4
-1.1

7.4
-1.6
(-)
-18,402.8
69.0
4.5
0.9
34.0
3,912.7
293.5
-516.7
-87.1
4.4
10.9
-419.4
17.6
-595.8
-914.9
0.3

131
90
98
5
169
122
112
159
229
203
50
64
121
136
53
146
47
37
105

2.0
0.1
0.1
1,231.5
11.7
15.0
0.4
11.0
2,501.1
40.4
18.1
12.7
0.9
0.6
590.2
0.5
837.3
17.7
(-)

8.2
0.6
0.4
7,197.9
74.2
60.5
3.2
41.4
12,390.3
325.6
147.0
151.0
4.6
11.4
3,070.2
17.6
4,103.0
89.9
4.8

193
218
223
21
137
143
203
148
14
83
113
111
202
187
37
172
30
131
200

0.2
0.2
0.3
5,713.3
1.3
14.4
1.0
2.0
1,751.2
4.6
143.6
55.5
(-)
0.1
737.7
(-)
1,084.9
161.1
1.1

0.8
2.1
0.4
25,600.7
5.2
56.1
2.4
7.4
8,477.6
32.2
663.7
238.1
0.2
0.5
3,489.6
(-)
4,698.8
1,004.8
4.5

192
177
202
6
163
116
175
157
23
129
71
88
209
198
41
228
32
65
166

0.2
0.2
0.3
5,865.0
1.4
14.7
1.0
2.0
1,770.4
4.6
146.5
57.4
(-)
0.1
755.8
(-)
1,118.9
169.4
1.1

0.9
2.5
0.4
26,281.9
5.5
57.7
2.4
7.9
8,572.9
32.3
676.2
246.3
0.3
0.5
3,569.2
(-)
4,865.5
1,048.5
4.6

192
175
202
6
164
118
176
156
23
131
71
88
209
200
41
228
32
64
167

Pakistan
Palau
Panama
Papua New Guinea
Paraguay
Peru
Philippines
Pitcairn Islands
Poland
Portugal
Qatar

14

Exhibit 6a. Exports, Imports and Trade Balance by Country and Area, Not Seasonally Adjusted: 2012
In millions of dollars. Details may not equal totals due to rounding. (X) Not applicable. (-) Represents zero or less than one-half unit of measurement shown.
Balance
Exports
Imports
(Customs imports)
Domestic & Foreign, F.A.S. basis
Customs basis
C.I.F. basis
Country
YearYearYearYearRank
May
Rank
May
Rank
May
May
Rank
to-Date
to-Date
to-Date
to-Date
St Kitts and Nevis
2.0
14.1
142
6.9
39.0
151
4.9
24.9
135
5.1
25.8
135
St Lucia
21.5
171.4
192
23.1
178.3
104
1.6
6.8
161
1.6
7.3
161
St Pierre and Miquelon
(-)
0.1
102
(-)
0.1
229
(-)
(-)
230
(-)
(-)
230
St Vincent and the Grenadines
10.4
39.6
163
10.6
40.5
149
0.2
0.9
191
0.2
1.0
190
Sudan
4.5
18.9
151
5.2
23.1
162
0.7
4.3
169
0.8
4.6
166
Suriname
39.7
71.8
170
56.5
192.5
101
16.8
120.7
101
18.6
133.2
101
Svalbard, Jan Mayen Island
(-)
(-)
99
(-)
(-)
231
(-)
(-)
232
(-)
(-)
232
Swaziland
-3.3
-13.1
81
1.8
10.2
189
5.2
23.3
138
5.4
24.2
138
Sweden
-543.6
-2,321.3
28
439.0
2,250.7
43
982.6
4,572.0
34
1,007.8
4,703.1
34
Switzerland
-148.2
680.1
213
2,091.7
11,830.8
15
2,240.0
11,150.7
17
2,261.1
11,261.6
17
Syria
-2.0
7.7
132
0.8
16.7
174
2.8
9.1
148
2.9
9.5
149
Taiwan
Tajikistan
Tanzania
Thailand
Timor-Leste
Togo
Tokelau
Tonga
Trinidad and Tobago
Tunisia
Turkey
Turkmenistan
Turks and Caicos Islands
Tuvalu

-1,336.1
-6.1
6.8
-1,288.8
(-)
11.0
0.5
1.4
-552.1
-49.4
671.3
1.2
14.8
(-)

-5,549.3
-4.4
27.2
-6,295.4
0.4
143.7
7.4
14.4
-2,523.4
15.2
2,858.0
13.6
85.8
0.2

17
88
156
12
107
184
130
143
27
144
225
141
175
103

2,013.5
0.5
15.8
966.3
0.1
11.5
0.7
1.5
262.3
45.3
1,217.6
4.9
15.7
(-)

9,998.4
22.1
99.8
4,253.1
0.4
145.5
9.4
15.5
1,067.9
297.0
5,594.6
26.5
89.7
0.2

16
163
125
28
222
114
191
178
55
87
25
158
132
227

3,349.6
6.6
9.0
2,255.0
(-)
0.5
0.1
0.1
814.3
94.7
546.2
3.7
0.9
(-)

15,547.7
26.5
72.6
10,548.5
(-)
1.8
2.1
1.1
3,591.3
281.8
2,736.6
12.9
3.9
(-)

12
134
113
19
222
181
178
189
40
87
44
146
171
220

3,470.0
7.2
9.4
2,333.6
(-)
0.5
0.1
0.2
858.4
97.5
576.0
3.8
1.0
(-)

16,094.9
27.7
73.9
10,926.4
(-)
2.0
2.2
1.4
3,786.1
291.1
2,877.1
13.2
4.1
(-)

12
134
114
19
222
181
177
188
40
87
43
146
171
220

4.8
56.9
1,643.5
-403.5
60.8
8.8

18.7
518.1
7,688.5
1,481.7
384.4
210.3

149
208
232
222
205
195

10.1
169.5
1,888.1
4,440.9
99.7
9.3

39.1
972.2
8,708.8
24,376.2
528.7
212.9

150
59
17
5
73
99

5.3
112.6
244.7
4,844.4
38.9
0.5

20.4
454.1
1,020.2
22,894.5
144.4
2.6

140
79
64
8
99
174

5.5
117.4
250.4
4,933.9
41.0
0.5

21.6
471.3
1,047.7
23,338.8
151.3
2.7

140
79
65
8
98
174

3.2
0.4
-1,575.7
-1,257.0

62.2
2.1
-10,393.5
-5,980.1

166
118
8
16

3.2
0.4
1,334.1
372.8

62.8
2.1
6,413.9
1,765.0

142
208
22
46

0.1
(-)
2,909.8
1,629.8

0.6
0.1
16,807.4
7,745.1

195
216
10
25

0.1
(-)
2,953.3
1,724.2

0.7
0.1
17,072.6
8,175.9

195
215
10
25

Wallis and Futuna


West Bank Administered by Israel
Western Sahara

0.2
-0.2
(-)

0.3
-0.7
(-)

106
92
96

0.2
0.4
(-)

0.3
0.8
(-)

224
215
234

(-)
0.6
(-)

(-)
1.5
(-)

(X)
186
225

(-)
0.7
(-)

(-)
1.7
(-)

(X)
184
224

Yemen

30.2

142.3

181

30.3

181.8

103

0.1

39.5

125

0.1

45.7

121

Zambia
Zimbabwe

1.2
-1.7

27.8
-17.7

157
77

8.6
3.7

55.7
17.6

145
173

7.4
5.4

27.9
35.3

132
127

7.4
5.5

28.0
35.7

133
128

(-)

(-)

(X)

(-)

(-)

(X)

(-)

(-)

(X)

(-)

(-)

(X)

Uganda
Ukraine
United Arab Emirates
United Kingdom
Uruguay
Uzbekistan
Vanuatu
Vatican City
Venezuela
Vietnam

Unidentified (1)

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Exhibit 6a. Exports, Imports and Trade Balance by Country and Area, Not Seasonally Adjusted: 2012
In millions of dollars. Details may not equal totals due to rounding. (X) Not applicable. (-) Represents zero or less than one-half unit of measurement shown.
Balance
Exports
Imports
(Customs imports)
Domestic & Foreign, F.A.S. basis
Customs basis
C.I.F. basis
Country
YearYearYearYearRank
May
Rank
May
Rank
May
May
Rank
to-Date
to-Date
to-Date
to-Date
Africa
-3,394.0
-15,980.8
(X)
3,071.4
13,571.2
(X)
6,465.4
29,552.0
(X)
6,620.9
30,250.2
(X)
APEC
-43,528.8 -203,732.3
(X)
80,330.2
388,799.5
(X) 123,859.0
592,531.8
(X) 127,306.1
608,501.5
(X)
ASEAN
-3,764.0
-19,455.6
(X)
6,540.2
30,334.6
(X)
10,304.2
49,790.1
(X)
10,665.3
51,493.7
(X)
Asia - South
-2,354.3
-11,300.9
(X)
2,111.1
9,795.0
(X)
4,465.3
21,095.9
(X)
4,621.1
21,866.1
(X)
Asia Near East
-7,298.8
-23,752.8
(X)
5,286.7
27,298.4
(X)
12,585.4
51,051.2
(X)
12,849.8
52,209.7
(X)
CAFTA-DR
-339.9
-102.3
(X)
2,511.2
12,790.5
(X)
2,851.1
12,892.7
(X)
2,946.1
13,360.9
(X)
Central American Common Market
-544.6
-1,142.5
(X)
1,935.7
9,977.9
(X)
2,480.3
11,120.4
(X)
2,565.6
11,538.0
(X)
Euro Area
-8,670.2
-38,634.5
(X)
16,985.9
82,648.9
(X)
25,656.1
121,283.3
(X)
26,193.6
123,826.8
(X)
Europe
-12,028.8
-47,035.7
(X)
28,019.1
141,783.9
(X)
40,047.9
188,819.6
(X)
40,931.4
192,996.3
(X)
European Union
-10,597.5
-43,723.9
(X)
22,852.6
114,036.9
(X)
33,450.0
157,760.8
(X)
34,156.2
161,145.1
(X)
LAFTA
-6,319.0
-33,584.2
(X)
28,972.0
138,540.2
(X)
35,291.1
172,124.5
(X)
35,814.1
174,935.4
(X)
NATO Allies
-7,836.8
-40,178.1
(X)
48,847.3
235,382.7
(X)
56,684.2
275,560.8
(X)
57,750.7
280,668.5
(X)
NICS
283.7
6,569.8
(X)
11,247.1
57,167.3
(X)
10,963.4
50,597.5
(X)
11,311.8
52,154.9
(X)
North America
-8,055.3
-43,358.6
(X)
44,337.4
210,998.7
(X)
52,392.7
254,357.3
(X)
52,993.9
257,230.4
(X)
OECD
-25,232.4 -115,736.1
(X)
82,612.0
403,435.0
(X) 107,844.4
519,171.0
(X) 109,805.1
528,526.2
(X)
OPEC
-11,239.6
-48,348.8
(X)
6,437.8
31,611.1
(X)
17,677.4
79,959.9
(X)
18,077.1
81,781.0
(X)
Pacific Rim Countries
-32,245.3 -145,347.8
(X)
31,530.7
156,315.3
(X)
63,776.0
301,663.1
(X)
66,304.9
313,102.9
(X)
South/Central America
789.6
-569.2
(X)
15,345.3
73,852.4
(X)
14,555.7
74,421.6
(X)
15,010.7
76,943.7
(X)
Twenty Latin American Republics
-5,828.8
-29,489.6
(X)
32,482.2
156,035.2
(X)
38,310.9
185,524.7
(X)
38,933.5
188,821.6
(X)
Africa - Algeria, Angola, Benin, Botswana, British Indian Ocean Territories, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cameroon, Cape Verde, Central African Republic, Chad, Comoros,
Congo (Brazzaville), Congo (Kinshasa), Cote d'Ivoire, Djibouti, Egypt, Equatorial Guinea, Eritrea, Ethiopia, French Southern and Antarctic Lands, Gabon, Gambia, Ghana,
Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Kenya, Lesotho, Liberia, Libya, Madagascar, Malawi, Mali, Mauritania, Mauritius, Mayotte, Morocco, Mozambique, Namibia, Niger,
Nigeria, Reunion, Rwanda, Sao Tome and Principe, Senegal, Seychelles, Sierra Leone, Somalia, South Africa, South Sudan, St. Helena, Sudan, Swaziland, Tanzania, Togo,
Tunisia, Uganda, Western Sahara, Zambia, Zimbabwe.
APEC (Asia - Pacific Economic Cooperation) - Australia, Brunei, Canada, Chile, China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Korea (South), Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Papua New
Guinea, Peru, Philippines, Russia, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam.
ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) - Brunei, Burma, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam.
Asia - South - Afghanistan, Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka.
Asia Near East - Bahrain, Gaza Strip Administered by Israel, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Syria,
United Arab Emirates, West Bank Administered by Israel, Yemen.
CAFTA-DR (Dominican Republic-Central America-United States Free Trade Agreement) - Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua.
Central American Common Market - Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua.
Euro Area - Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain.
Europe - Albania, Andorra, Armenia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Belgium, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Faroe Islands,
Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Gibraltar, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Kazakhstan, Kosovo, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania,
Luxembourg, Macedonia, Malta, Moldova, Monaco, Montenegro, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, San Marino, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain,
Svalbard, Jan Mayen Island, Sweden, Switzerland, Tajikistan, Turkey, 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.
LAFTA (Latin American Free Trade Area) - Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay, Venezuela.
NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) Allies - Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland,
Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Turkey, United Kingdom.
NICs (Newly Industrialized Countries) - Hong Kong, Korea (South), Singapore, Taiwan.
North America - Canada, Mexico.
OECD (Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development) - Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Chile, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany,
Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Korea (South), Luxembourg, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain,
Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, United Kingdom.
OPEC (Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries) - Algeria, Angola, Ecuador, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Libya, Nigeria, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Venezuela.
Pacific Rim Countries - Australia, Brunei, China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Korea (South), Macau, 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, Curacao, Dominica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Falkland Islands (Islas Malvinas), French Guiana, Grenada,
Guadeloupe, Guatemala, Guyana, Haiti, Honduras, Jamaica, Martinique, Montserrat, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, St. Kitts
and Nevis, Sint Maarten, St. Lucia, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Suriname, Trinidad and Tobago, Turks and Caicos Islands, Uruguay, Venezuela.
Twenty Latin American Republics - Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala,
Haiti, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay, Venezuela.
(1) The export totals reflect shipments of certain grains, oilseeds, and satellites that are not included in the country/area totals.
NOTE: Country grouping data reflect the groups as they were at the time of reporting.

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