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September 2004, Vol. 127, No. 9
U.S. import and export prices in 2003
Melissa E. Schwartz
Senior Economist, Division of International Prices, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Washington, DC.
Prices for imports and exports rose during 2003, with price increases for petroleum and petroleum products leading import prices; the overall export price index posted its largest gain since 1995.
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International Price Indexes
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U.S. import and export prices continued to register sizable gains in 1988.—May 1989.
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Import, export prices reflect declining dollar and oversupply—Apr. 1986.
Prices of U.S. imports and exports declined in 1984.—Apr. 1985.
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