International Data – foreign trade

International Data – foreign trade – Statistical Data Included

F. Transactions Tables

Table F.1 includes the most recent estimates of U.S. international trade in goods and services; the estimates were released on February 21, 2001 and include “preliminary” estimates for December 2000 and “revised” estimates for November 2000. The sources for the other tables in this section are as noted.

Table F.1.–U.S. International Transactions in Goods and Services

[Millions of dollars; monthly estimates seasonally adjusted]

1999 2000

Exports of goods and services 956,242 1,068,397

Goods 684,358 773,304

Foods, feeds, and beverages 45,532 47,825

Industrial supplies and materials 147,000 172,190

Capital goods, except automotive 311,406 356,822

Automotive vehicles, engines,

and parts 75,756 80,003

Consumer goods (nonfood),

except automotive 80,768 89,167

Other goods 35,336 36,422

Adjustments(1) -11,439 -9,125

Services 271,884 295,093

Travel 74,881 85,149

Passenger fares 19,776 21,412

Other transportation 27,033 29,832

Royalties and license fees 36,467 37,695

Other private services 96,508 105,539

Transfers under U.S. military

agency sales contracts(2) 16,334 14,610

U.S. Government miscellaneous

services 885 856

Imports of goods and services 1,221,213 1,438,086

Goods 1,029,917 1,222,772

Foods, feeds, and beverages 43,579 45,981

Industrial supplies and materials 222,024 298,088

Capital goods, except automotive 297,112 352,234

Automotive vehicles, engines,

and parts 179,393 196,266

Consumer goods (nonfood), except

automotive 239,466 275,729

Other goods 43,046 48,444

Adjustments(1) 5,299 6,029

Services 191,296 215,314

Travel 59,351 65,774

Passenger fares 21,405 24,278

Other transportation 34,137 40,643

Royalties and license fees 13,275 15,717

Other private services 46,657 52,419

Direct defense expenditures(2) 13,650 13,614

U.S. Government miscellaneous

services 2,821 2,869

Memoranda:

Balance on goods -345,559 -449,468

Balance on services 80,588 79,779

Balance on goods and services -264,971 -369,689

1999

Nov. Dec.

Exports of goods and services 83,198 84,107

Goods 59,682 61,211

Foods, feeds, and beverages 3,748 3,846

Industrial supplies and materials 13,717 13,559

Capital goods, except automotive 26,379 27,784

Automotive vehicles, engines,

and parts 6,397 6,596

Consumer goods (nonfood),

except automotive 6,915 7,193

Other goods 2,789 3,124

Adjustments(1) -263 -891

Services 23,516 22,896

Travel 6,731 6,174

Passenger fares 1,693 1,590

Other transportation 2,398 2,344

Royalties and license fees 3,034 3,038

Other private services 8,412 8,478

Transfers under U.S. military

agency sales contracts(2) 1,175 1,201

U.S. Government miscellaneous

services 73 71

Imports of goods and services 108,909 109,764

Goods 92,082 93,466

Foods, feeds, and beverages 3,747 3,768

Industrial supplies and materials 20,816 21,274

Capital goods, except automotive 26,230 26,592

Automotive vehicles, engines,

and parts 15,523 16,119

Consumer goods (nonfood), except

automotive 21,130 21,202

Other goods 3,717 3,758

Adjustments(1) 922 753

Services 16,827 16,298

Travel 5,236 4,863

Passenger fares 1,898 1,796

Other transportation 3,142 3,082

Royalties and license fees 1,221 1,241

Other private services 3,986 3,979

Direct defense expenditures(2) 1,115 1,109

U.S. Government miscellaneous

services 229 228

Memoranda:

Balance on goods -32,401 -32,255

Balance on services 6,689 6,598

Balance on goods and services -25,712 -25,657

2000

Jan.(r) Feb.(r) Mar.(r)

Exports of goods and services 83,668 85,289 86,952

Goods 60,298 60,871 62,490

Foods, feeds, and beverages 3,930 3,843 3,931

Industrial supplies and materials 13,270 13,849 14,636

Capital goods, except automotive 27,431 26,975 27,179

Automotive vehicles, engines,

and parts 6,643 6,556 6,909

Consumer goods (nonfood),

except automotive 7,031 7,376 7,423

Other goods 3,003 3,380 2,989

Adjustments(1) 1,009 -1,108 -576

Services 23,370 24,418 24,462

Travel 6,616 6,998 6,817

Passenger fares 1,456 1,851 1,755

Other transportation 2,334 2,384 2,534

Royalties and license fees 3,092 3,117 3,144

Other private services 8,612 8,820 8,942

Transfers under U.S. military

agency sales contracts(2) 1,191 1,180 1,203

U.S. Government miscellaneous

services 69 68 67

Imports of goods and services 111,001 112,838 117,389

Goods 94,414 95,580 99,705

Foods, feeds, and beverages 3,648 3,668 3,827

Industrial supplies and materials 21,847 23,577 24,595

Capital goods, except automotive 26,567 26,792 27,769

Automotive vehicles, engines,

and parts 16,363 15,594 16,371

Consumer goods (nonfood), except

automotive 21,417 21,191 22,549

Other goods 3,878 3,897 3,920

Adjustments(1) 693 860 674

Services 16,587 17,258 17,684

Travel 5,004 5,302 5,531

Passenger fares 1,779 1,947 2,051

Other transportation 3,076 3,217 3,289

Royalties and license fees 1,198 1,194 1,198

Other private services 4,185 4,253 4,269

Direct defense expenditures(2) 1,108 1,107 1,107

U.S. Government miscellaneous

services 237 238 239

Memoranda:

Balance on goods -34,117 -34,709 -37,215

Balance on services 6,783 7,160 6,778

Balance on goods and services -27,334 -27,549 -30,437

2000

Apr.(r) May(r) June(r)

Exports of goods and services 87,582 87,051 91,265

Goods 62,542 62,726 66,445

Foods, feeds, and beverages 3,829 3,956 3,978

Industrial supplies and materials 13,715 13,736 14,265

Capital goods, except automotive 29,059 29,058 31,126

Automotive vehicles, engines,

and parts 6,424 6,575 7,040

Consumer goods (nonfood),

except automotive 7,216 7,167 7,755

Other goods 2,842 2,932 3,170

Adjustments(1) -542 -697 -889

Services 25,040 24,325 24,820

Travel 7,394 6,916 7,053

Passenger fares 1,822 1,762 1,803

Other transportation 2,454 2,462 2,518

Royalties and license fees 3,197 3,201 3,186

Other private services 8,875 8,710 8,920

Transfers under U.S. military

agency sales contracts(2) 1,228 1,203 1,268

U.S. Government miscellaneous

services 70 71 72

Imports of goods and services 116,822 116,722 121,158

Goods 99,505 99,268 103,374

Foods, feeds, and beverages 3,769 3,802 3,836

Industrial supplies and materials 23,399 23,942 25,446

Capital goods, except automotive 28,689 28,832 29,664

Automotive vehicles, engines,

and parts 16,501 15,619 16,740

Consumer goods (nonfood), except

automotive 22,949 23,042 23,141

Other goods 3,947 3,765 4,143

Adjustments(1) 251 265 403

Services 17,317 17,454 17,784

Travel 5,313 5,242 5,489

Passenger fares 1,957 1,957 2,030

Other transportation 3,218 3,341 3,341

Royalties and license fees 1,208 1,219 1,234

Other private services 4,248 4,312 4,301

Direct defense expenditures(2) 1,136 1,145 1,150

U.S. Government miscellaneous

services 237 238 239

Memoranda:

Balance on goods -36,962 -36,542 -36,930

Balance on services 7,723 6,871 7,036

Balance on goods and services -29,239 -29,671 -29,894

2000

July(r) Aug.(r) Sept.(r)

Exports of goods and services 89,632 92,845 92,631

Goods 65,073 67,950 67,813

Foods, feeds, and beverages 4,062 4,257 4,133

Industrial supplies and materials 13,974 14,830 15,287

Capital goods, except automotive 30,664 31,815 31,687

Automotive vehicles, engines,

and parts 6,462 7,141 6,637

Consumer goods (nonfood),

except automotive 7,557 7,693 7,672

Other goods 2,894 2,973 2,979

Adjustments(1) -541 -761 -582

Services 24,559 24,895 24,818

Travel 7,047 7,177 7,343

Passenger fares 1,760 1,840 1,875

Other transportation 2,504 2,563 2,529

Royalties and license fees 3,134 3,113 3,102

Other private services 8,762 8,878 8,705

Transfers under U.S. military

agency sales contracts(2) 1,279 1,251 1,190

U.S. Government miscellaneous

services 73 73 74

Imports of goods and services 121,523 122,971 129,439

Goods 103,664 104,701 107,209

Foods, feeds, and beverages 3,930 3,966 3,928

Industrial supplies and materials 25,818 25,111 26,532

Capital goods, except automotive 29,573 30,789 31,549

Automotive vehicles, engines,

and parts 17,000 16,918 16,726

Consumer goods (nonfood), except

automotive 23,079 23,295 23,698

Other goods 4,092 4,296 4,159

Adjustments(1) 173 325 618

Services 17,859 18,270 19,230

Travel 5,404 5,547 5,753

Passenger fares 2,011 2,086 2,106

Other transportation 3,402 3,529 3,530

Royalties and license fees 1,268 1,283 1,961

Other private services 4,382 4,432 4,491

Direct defense expenditures(2) 1,152 1,151 1,147

U.S. Government miscellaneous

services 240 242 242

Memoranda:

Balance on goods -38,591 -36,751 -39,396

Balance on services 6,700 6,625 5,588

Balance on goods and services -31,891 -30,126 -33,808

2000

Oct.(r) Nov.(r) Dec.(p)

Exports of goods and services 91,105 90,557 89,820

Goods 66,323 65,848 64,925

Foods, feeds, and beverages 3,987 3,890 4,028

Industrial supplies and materials 15,031 15,120 14,476

Capital goods, except automotive 31,066 30,659 30,103

Automotive vehicles, engines,

and parts 6,689 6,454 6,472

Consumer goods (nonfood),

except automotive 7,269 7,428 7,582

Other goods 3,104 3,132 3,024

Adjustments(1) -823 -836 -760

Services 24,782 24,709 24,895

Travel 7,209 7,234 7,345

Passenger fares 1,837 1,832 1,819

Other transportation 2,515 2,529 2,506

Royalties and license fees 3,121 3,133 3,155

Other private services 8,789 8,703 8,823

Transfers under U.S. military

agency sales contracts(2) 1,239 1,207 1,171

U.S. Government miscellaneous

services 72 71 76

Imports of goods and services 124,725 123,684 122,814

Goods 106,278 104,973 104,101

Foods, feeds, and beverages 3,824 3,982 3,799

Industrial supplies and materials 26,086 25,098 26,638

Capital goods, except automotive 31,098 30,355 30,557

Automotive vehicles, engines,

and parts 16,770 16,533 15,131

Consumer goods (nonfood), except

automotive 23,826 24,131 23,409

Other goods 4,066 4,251 4,031

Adjustments(1) 607 623 536

Services 18,447 18,711 18,713

Travel 5,619 5,737 5,833

Passenger fares 2,056 2,144 2,154

Other transportation 3,582 3,604 3,514

Royalties and license fees 1,342 1,307 1,305

Other private services 4,469 4,546 4,531

Direct defense expenditures(2) 1,142 1,137 1,132

U.S. Government miscellaneous

services 237 236 244

Memoranda:

Balance on goods -39,955 -39,125 -39,176

Balance on services 6,335 5,998 6,182

Balance on goods and services -33,620 -33,127 -32,994

(p) Preliminary.

(r) Revised.

(1.) Reflects adjustments necessary to bring the Census Bureau’s

component data in line with the concepts and definitions used to

prepare BEA’s international and national accounts.

(2.) Contains goods that cannot be separately identified.

Source: U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis and U.S. Bureau of the

Census.

Table F.2.–U.S. International Transactions

[Millions of dollars]

Line (Credits +; debits -)(1) 1999

Current account

1 Exports of goods and services and

income receipts 1,232,407

2 Exports of goods and services 956,242

3 Goods, balance of payments

basis(2) 684,358

4 Services(3) 271,884

5 Transfers under U.S. military

agency sales contracts(4) 16,334

6 Travel 74,881

7 Passenger fares 19,776

8 Other transportation 27,033

9 Royalties and license fees(5) 36,467

10 Other private services(5) 96,508

11 U.S. Government miscellaneous

services 885

12 Income receipts 276,165

13 Income receipts on U.S.-owned

assets abroad 273,957

14 Direct investment receipts 118,802

15 Other private receipts 151,958

16 U.S. Government receipts 3,197

17 Compensation of employees 2,208

18 Imports of goods and services and

income payments -1,515,861

19 Imports of goods and services -1,221,213

20 Goods, balance of payments

basis(2) -1,029,917

21 Services(3) -191,296

22 Direct defense expenditures -13,650

23 Travel -59,351

24 Passenger fares -21,405

25 Other transportation -34,137

26 Royalties and license fees(5) -13,275

27 Other private services(5) -46,657

28 U.S. Government miscellaneous

services -2,821

29 Income payments -294,648

30 Income payments on

foreign-owned assets in the

United States -287,059

31 Direct investment payments -56,098

32 Other private payments -135,830

33 U.S. Government payments -95,131

34 Compensation of employees -7,589

35 Unilateral current transfers, net -48,025

36 U.S. Government grants(4) -13,774

37 U.S. Government pensions and

other transfers -4,401

38 Private remittances and other

transfers(6) -29,850

Capital and financial account

Capital account

39 Capital account transactions, net -3,500

Financial account

40 U.S.-owned assets abroad, net

(increase/financial outflow (-)) -430,187

41 U.S. official reserve assets, net 8,747

42 Gold(7) …..

43 Special drawing rights 10

44 Reserve position in the

International Monetary Fund 5,484

45 Foreign currencies 3,253

46 U.S. Government assets, other

than official reserve assets,

net 2,751

47 U.S. credits and other

long-term assets -6,175

48 Repayments on U.S. credits and

other long-term assets(8) 9,560

49 U.S. foreign currency holdings

and U.S. short-term assets,

net -634

50 U.S. private assets, net -441,685

51 Direct investment -150,901

52 Foreign securities -128,594

53 U.S. claims on unaffiliated

foreigners reported by U.S.

nonbanking concerns -92,328

54 U.S. claims reported by U.S.

banks, not included elsewhere -69,862

55 Foreign-owned assets in the United

States, net (increase/financial

inflow (+)) 753,564

56 Foreign official assets in the

United States, net 42,864

57 U.S. Government securities 32,527

58 U.S. Treasury securities(9) 12,177

59 Other(10) 20,350

60 Other U.S. Government

liabilities(11) -3,255

61 U.S. liabilities reported by

U.S. banks, not included

elsewhere 12,692

62 Other foreign official

assets(12) 900

63 Other foreign assets in the

United Sates, net 710,700

64 Direct investment 275,533

65 U.S. Treasury securities -20,464

66 U.S. securities other than U.S.

Treasury securities 331,523

67 U.S. currency 22,407

68 U.S. liabilities to

unaffiliated foreigners

reported by U.S. nonbanking

concerns 34,298

69 U.S. liabilities reported by

U.S. banks, not included

elsewhere 67,403

70 Statistical discrepancy

(sum of above items with sign

reversed) 11,602

70a Of which seasonal adjustment

discrepancy …..

Memoranda:

71 Balance on goods (lines 3 and 20) -345,559

72 Balance on services

(lines 4 and 21) 80,588

73 Balance on goods and services

(lines 2 and 19) -264,971

74 Balance on income (lines 12 and 29) -18,483

75 Unilateral current transfers, net

(line 35) -48,025

76 Balance on current account

(lines 1, 18, and 35 or lines

73, 74, and 75)(13) -331,479

Not seasonally

adjusted

1999

(Credits +; debits -)(1) III IV

Current account

Exports of goods and services and

income receipts 310,234 329,184

Exports of goods and services 239,133 254,892

Goods, balance of payments

basis(2) 166,831 185,724

Services(3) 72,302 69,168

Transfers under U.S. military

agency sales contracts(4) 3,944 3,589

Travel 21,908 18,620

Passenger fares 5,760 4,794

Other transportation 7,079 7,056

Royalties and license fees(5) 9,007 9,710

Other private services(5) 24,365 25,179

U.S. Government miscellaneous

services 239 220

Income receipts 71,101 74,292

Income receipts on U.S.-owned

assets abroad 70,542 73,726

Direct investment receipts 31,246 31,044

Other private receipts 38,449 41,970

U.S. Government receipts 847 712

Compensation of employees 559 566

Imports of goods and services and

income payments -397,633 -409,741

Imports of goods and services -320,955 -329,276

Goods, balance of payments

basis(2) -268,507 -281,526

Services(3) -52,448 -47,750

Direct defense expenditures -3,626 -3,358

Travel -18,017 -13,147

Passenger fares -5,964 -5,015

Other transportation -9,185 -9,241

Royalties and license fees(5) -3,223 -3,881

Other private services(5) -11,667 -12,418

U.S. Government miscellaneous

services -766 -690

Income payments -76,678 -80,465

Income payments on

foreign-owned assets in the

United States -74,696 -78,404

Direct investment payments -15,607 -15,108

Other private payments -34,942 -38,136

U.S. Government payments -24,147 -25,160

Compensation of employees -1,982 -2,061

Unilateral current transfers, net -11,355 -14,690

U.S. Government grants(4) -2,847 -5,256

U.S. Government pensions and

other transfers -1,010 -1,641

Private remittances and other

transfers(6) -7,498 -7,793

Capital and financial account

Capital account

Capital account transactions, net 171 -3,993

Financial account

U.S.-owned assets abroad, net

(increase/financial outflow (-)) -124,257 -108,555

U.S. official reserve assets, net 1,951 1,569

Gold(7) ….. …..

Special drawing rights -184 -178

Reserve position in the

International Monetary Fund 2,268 1,800

Foreign currencies -133 -53

U.S. Government assets, other

than official reserve assets,

net -686 3,711

U.S. credits and other

long-term assets -1,595 -1,099

Repayments on U.S. credits and

other long-term assets(8) 1,026 5,093

U.S. foreign currency holdings

and U.S. short-term assets,

net -117 -283

U.S. private assets, net -125,522 -113,835

Direct investment -44,900 -26,953

Foreign securities -41,420 -17,150

U.S. claims on unaffiliated

foreigners reported by U.S.

nonbanking concerns -27,943 -24,428

U.S. claims reported by U.S.

banks, not included elsewhere -11,259 -45,304

Foreign-owned assets in the United

States, net (increase/financial

inflow (+)) 194,924 183,002

Foreign official assets in the

United States, net 12,191 27,495

U.S. Government securities 14,798 11,852

U.S. Treasury securities(9) 12,963 5,122

Other(10) 1,835 6,730

Other U.S. Government

liabilities(11) -760 89

U.S. liabilities reported by

U.S. banks, not included

elsewhere -2,032 14,427

Other foreign official

assets(12) 185 1,127

Other foreign assets in the

United Sates, net 182,733 155,507

Direct investment 56,277 47,825

U.S. Treasury securities 9,639 -17,191

U.S. securities other than U.S.

Treasury securities 95,620 92,250

U.S. currency 4,697 12,213

U.S. liabilities to

unaffiliated foreigners

reported by U.S. nonbanking

concerns -8,085 792

U.S. liabilities reported by

U.S. banks, not included

elsewhere 24,585 19,618

Statistical discrepancy

(sum of above items with sign

reversed) 27,916 24,793

Of which seasonal adjustment

discrepancy ….. …..

Memoranda:

Balance on goods (lines 3 and 20) -101,676 -95,802

Balance on services

(lines 4 and 21) 19,854 21,418

Balance on goods and services

(lines 2 and 19) -81,822 -74,384

Balance on income (lines 12 and 29) -5,577 -6,173

Unilateral current transfers, net

(line 35) -11,355 -14,690

Balance on current account

(lines 1, 18, and 35 or lines

73, 74, and 75)(13) -98,754 -95,247

Not seasonally adjusted

2000

(Credits +; debits -)(1) I II(r) III(p)

Current account

Exports of goods and services and

income receipts 335,995 353,294 358,652

Exports of goods and services 254,449 265,506 272,007

Goods, balance of payments

basis(2) 184,593 193,191 192,913

Services(3) 69,856 72,315 79,094

Transfers under U.S. military

agency sales contracts(4) 3,574 3,699 3,720

Travel 17,783 21,365 25,299

Passenger fares 4,697 5,231 6,200

Other transportation 6,920 7,440 7,975

Royalties and license fees(5) 9,088 9,278 9,238

Other private services(5) 27,590 25,089 26,442

U.S. Government miscellaneous

services 204 213 220

Income receipts 81,546 87,788 86,645

Income receipts on U.S.-owned

assets abroad 80,971 87,205 86,056

Direct investment receipts 34,734 38,252 37,066

Other private receipts 45,091 47,938 48,050

U.S. Government receipts 1,146 1,015 940

Compensation of employees 575 583 589

Imports of goods and services and

income payments -416,801 -447,191 -468,578

Imports of goods and services -332,009 -354,899 -377,275

Goods, balance of payments

basis(2) -284,485 -300,624 -317,524

Services(3) -47,524 -54,275 -59,751

Direct defense expenditures -3,322 -3,431 -3,450

Travel -13,313 -17,404 -20,198

Passenger fares -5,258 -6,381 -6,909

Other transportation -9,227 -9,957 -10,743

Royalties and license fees(5) -3,528 -3,591 -4,411

Other private services(5) -12,162 -12,797 -13,316

U.S. Government miscellaneous

services -714 -714 -724

Income payments -84,792 -92,292 -91,303

Income payments on

foreign-owned assets in the

United States -82,964 -90,412 -89,297

Direct investment payments -16,723 -19,519 -15,686

Other private payments -40,167 -43,992 -46,242

U.S. Government payments -26,074 -26,901 -27,369

Compensation of employees -1,828 -1,880 -2,006

Unilateral current transfers, net -12,249 -11,874 -12,832

U.S. Government grants(4) -2,912 -3,232 -3,581

U.S. Government pensions and

other transfers -1,087 -912 -1,024

Private remittances and other

transfers(6) -8,250 -7,730 -8,227

Capital and financial account

Capital account

Capital account transactions, net 166 170 165

Financial account

U.S.-owned assets abroad, net

(increase/financial outflow (-)) -181,783 -94,922 -78,677

U.S. official reserve assets, net -554 2,020 -346

Gold(7) ….. ….. …..

Special drawing rights -180 -180 -182

Reserve position in the

International Monetary Fund -237 2,328 1,300

Foreign currencies -137 -128 -1,464

U.S. Government assets, other

than official reserve assets,

net -131 -574 110

U.S. credits and other

long-term assets -1,750 -1,235 -1,052

Repayments on U.S. credits and

other long-term assets(8) 1,328 720 1,263

U.S. foreign currency holdings

and U.S. short-term assets,

net 291 -59 -101

U.S. private assets, net -181,098 -96,368 -78,441

Direct investment -45,788 -39,985 -37,561

Foreign securities -27,236 -38,196 -30,428

U.S. claims on unaffiliated

foreigners reported by U.S.

nonbanking concerns -52,563 -36,507 931

U.S. claims reported by U.S.

banks, not included elsewhere -55,511 18,320 -11,383

Foreign-owned assets in the United

States, net (increase/financial

inflow (+)) 236,634 245,932 200,936

Foreign official assets in the

United States, net 22,015 6,346 11,625

U.S. Government securities 24,305 6,334 5,271

U.S. Treasury securities(9) 16,198 -4,000 -9,001

Other(10) 8,107 10,334 14,272

Other U.S. Government

liabilities(11) -644 -781 -620

U.S. liabilities reported by

U.S. banks, not included

elsewhere -2,577 -111 6,339

Other foreign official

assets(12) 931 904 635

Other foreign assets in the

United Sates, net 214,619 239,586 189,311

Direct investment 49,061 101,106 65,700

U.S. Treasury securities -9,248 -20,597 -12,642

U.S. securities other than U.S.

Treasury securities 132,416 87,107 118,882

U.S. currency -6,847 989 757

U.S. liabilities to

unaffiliated foreigners

reported by U.S. nonbanking

concerns 58,061 24,038 2,633

U.S. liabilities reported by

U.S. banks, not included

elsewhere -8,824 46,943 13,981

Statistical discrepancy

(sum of above items with sign

reversed) 38,038 -45,409 334

Of which seasonal adjustment

discrepancy ….. ….. …..

Memoranda:

Balance on goods (lines 3 and 20) -99,892 -107,433 -124,611

Balance on services

(lines 4 and 21) 22,332 18,040 19,343

Balance on goods and services

(lines 2 and 19) -77,560 -89,393 -105,268

Balance on income (lines 12 and 29) -3,246 -4,504 -4,658

Unilateral current transfers, net

(line 35) -12,249 -11,874 -12,832

Balance on current account

(lines 1, 18, and 35 or lines

73, 74, and 75)(13) -93,055 -105,771 -122,758

Seasonally adjusted

1999

(Credits +; debits -)(1) III IV

Current account

Exports of goods and services and

income receipts 313,084 324,612

Exports of goods and services 241,969 249,653

Goods, balance of payments

basis(2) 173,881 180,085

Services(3) 68,088 69,568

Transfers under U.S. military

agency sales contracts(4) 3,944 3,589

Travel 18,695 19,482

Passenger fares 5,105 4,955

Other transportation 6,728 7,097

Royalties and license fees(5) 9,106 9,107

Other private services(5) 24,271 25,118

U.S. Government miscellaneous

services 239 220

Income receipts 71,115 74,959

Income receipts on U.S.-owned

assets abroad 70,556 74,393

Direct investment receipts 31,361 31,691

Other private receipts 38,449 41,970

U.S. Government receipts 746 732

Compensation of employees 559 566

Imports of goods and services and

income payments -391,337 -406,575

Imports of goods and services -314,687 -325,933

Goods, balance of payments

basis(2) -266,199 -276,318

Services(3) -48,488 -49,615

Direct defense expenditures -3,626 -3,358

Travel -14,799 -15,274

Passenger fares -5,348 -5,568

Other transportation -8,953 -9,214

Royalties and license fees(5) -3,314 -3,656

Other private services(5) -11,682 -11,855

U.S. Government miscellaneous

services -766 -690

Income payments -76,650 -80,642

Income payments on

foreign-owned assets in the

United States -74,749 -78,712

Direct investment payments -15,660 -15,416

Other private payments -34,942 -38,136

U.S. Government payments -24,147 -25,160

Compensation of employees -1,901 -1,930

Unilateral current transfers, net -11,396 -14,260

U.S. Government grants(4) -2,847 -5,256

U.S. Government pensions and

other transfers -1,080 -1,181

Private remittances and other

transfers(6) -7,469 -7,823

Capital and financial account

Capital account

Capital account transactions, net 171 -3,993

Financial account

U.S.-owned assets abroad, net

(increase/financial outflow (-)) -122,909 -114,882

U.S. official reserve assets, net 1,951 1,569

Gold(7) ….. …..

Special drawing rights -184 -178

Reserve position in the

International Monetary Fund 2,268 1,800

Foreign currencies -133 -53

U.S. Government assets, other

than official reserve assets,

net -686 3,711

U.S. credits and other

long-term assets -1,595 -1,099

Repayments on U.S. credits and

other long-term assets(8) 1,026 5,093

U.S. foreign currency holdings

and U.S. short-term assets,

net -117 -283

U.S. private assets, net -124,174 -120,162

Direct investment -43,552 -33,280

Foreign securities -41,420 -17,150

U.S. claims on unaffiliated

foreigners reported by U.S.

nonbanking concerns -27,943 -24,428

U.S. claims reported by U.S.

banks, not included elsewhere -11,259 -45,304

Foreign-owned assets in the United

States, net (increase/financial

inflow (+)) 194,210 184,567

Foreign official assets in the

United States, net 12,191 27,495

U.S. Government securities 14,798 11,852

U.S. Treasury securities(9) 12,963 5,122

Other(10) 1,835 6,730

Other U.S. Government

liabilities(11) -760 89

U.S. liabilities reported by

U.S. banks, not included

elsewhere -2,032 14,427

Other foreign official

assets(12) 185 1,127

Other foreign assets in the

United Sates, net 182,019 157,072

Direct investment 55,563 49,390

U.S. Treasury securities 9,639 -17,191

U.S. securities other than U.S.

Treasury securities 95,620 92,250

U.S. currency 4,697 12,213

U.S. liabilities to

unaffiliated foreigners

reported by U.S. nonbanking

concerns -8,085 792

U.S. liabilities reported by

U.S. banks, not included

elsewhere 24,585 19,618

Statistical discrepancy

(sum of above items with sign

reversed) 18,177 30,531

Of which seasonal adjustment

discrepancy -9,739 5,738

Memoranda:

Balance on goods (lines 3 and 20) -92,318 -96,233

Balance on services

(lines 4 and 21) 19,600 19,953

Balance on goods and services

(lines 2 and 19) -72,718 -76,280

Balance on income (lines 12 and 29) -5,535 -5,683

Unilateral current transfers, net

(line 35) -11,396 -14,280

Balance on current account

(lines 1, 18, and 35 or lines

73, 74, and 75)(13) -89,649 -96,223

Seasonally adjusted

2000

(Credits +; debits -)(1) I II(r) III(p)

Current account

Exports of goods and services and

income receipts 336,854 353,622 361,467

Exports of goods and services 255,977 265,969 274,657

Goods, balance of payments

basis(2) 183,728 191,783 200,385

Services(3) 72,249 74,186 74,272

Transfers under U.S. military

agency sales contracts(4) 3,574 3,699 3,720

Travel 20,431 21,363 21,567

Passenger fares 5,062 5,387 5,475

Other transportation 7,252 7,434 7,596

Royalties and license fees(5) 9,353 9,584 9,349

Other private services(5) 26,373 26,506 26,345

U.S. Government miscellaneous

services 204 213 220

Income receipts 80,877 87,653 86,810

Income receipts on U.S.-owned

assets abroad 80,302 87,070 86,221

Direct investment receipts 34,116 37,898 37,340

Other private receipts 45,091 47,938 48,050

U.S. Government receipts 1,095 1,234 831

Compensation of employees 575 583 589

Imports of goods and services and

income payments -426,335 -446,323 -462,488

Imports of goods and services -341,094 -354,567 -371,160

Goods, balance of payments

basis(2) -289,566 -302,014 -315,801

Services(3) -51,528 -52,553 -55,359

Direct defense expenditures -3,322 -3,431 -3,450

Travel -15,837 -16,044 -16,704

Passenger fares -5,777 -5,944 -6,203

Other transportation -9,582 -9,900 -10,461

Royalties and license fees(5) -3,590 -3,661 -4,512

Other private services(5) -12,706 -12,859 -13,305

U.S. Government miscellaneous

services -714 -714 -724

Income payments -85,241 -91,756 -91,328

Income payments on

foreign-owned assets in the

United States -83,289 -89,776 -89,393

Direct investment payments -17,048 -18,883 -15,782

Other private payments -40,167 -43,992 -46,242

U.S. Government payments -26,074 -26,901 -27,369

Compensation of employees -1,952 -1,980 -1,935

Unilateral current transfers, net -12,024 -12,270 -12,752

U.S. Government grants(4) -2,912 -3,232 -3,581

U.S. Government pensions and

other transfers -1,114 -1,125 -1,129

Private remittances and other

transfers(6) -7,998 -7,913 -8,042

Capital and financial account

Capital account

Capital account transactions, net 166 170 165

Financial account

U.S.-owned assets abroad, net

(increase/financial outflow (-)) -178,958 -92,424 -77,204

U.S. official reserve assets, net -554 2,020 -346

Gold(7) ….. ….. …..

Special drawing rights -180 -180 -182

Reserve position in the

International Monetary Fund -237 2,328 1,300

Foreign currencies -137 -128 -1,464

U.S. Government assets, other

than official reserve assets,

net -131 -574 110

U.S. credits and other

long-term assets -1,750 -1,235 -1,052

Repayments on U.S. credits and

other long-term assets(8) 1,328 720 1,263

U.S. foreign currency holdings

and U.S. short-term assets,

net 291 -59 -101

U.S. private assets, net -178,273 -93,870 -76,968

Direct investment -42,963 -37,487 -36,088

Foreign securities -27,236 -38,196 -30,428

U.S. claims on unaffiliated

foreigners reported by U.S.

nonbanking concerns -52,563 -36,507 931

U.S. claims reported by U.S.

banks, not included elsewhere -55,511 18,320 -11,383

Foreign-owned assets in the United

States, net (increase/financial

inflow (+)) 236,535 245,149 200,169

Foreign official assets in the

United States, net 22,015 6,346 11,625

U.S. Government securities 24,305 6,334 5,271

U.S. Treasury securities(9) 16,198 -4,000 -9,001

Other(10) 8,107 10,334 14,272

Other U.S. Government

liabilities(11) -644 -781 -620

U.S. liabilities reported by

U.S. banks, not included

elsewhere -2,577 -111 6,339

Other foreign official

assets(12) 931 904 635

Other foreign assets in the

United Sates, net 214,520 238,803 188,544

Direct investment 48,962 100,323 64,933

U.S. Treasury securities -9,248 -20,597 -12,642

U.S. securities other than U.S.

Treasury securities 132,416 87,107 118,882

U.S. currency -6,847 989 757

U.S. liabilities to

unaffiliated foreigners

reported by U.S. nonbanking

concerns 58,061 24,038 2,633

U.S. liabilities reported by

U.S. banks, not included

elsewhere -8,824 46,943 13,981

Statistical discrepancy

(sum of above items with sign

reversed) 43,762 -47,924 -9,357

Of which seasonal adjustment

discrepancy 5,724 -2,515 -9,691

Memoranda:

Balance on goods (lines 3 and 20) -105,838 -110,231 -115,416

Balance on services

(lines 4 and 21) 20,721 21,633 18,913

Balance on goods and services

(lines 2 and 19) -85,117 -88,598 -96,503

Balance on income (lines 12 and 29) -4,384 -4,103 -4,518

Unilateral current transfers, net

(line 35) -12,024 -12,270 -12,752

Balance on current account

(lines 1, 18, and 35 or lines

73, 74, and 75)(13) -101,505 -104,971 -113,773

(p) Preliminary.

(r) Revised.

(1.) Credits, +: Exports of goods and services and income receipts;

unilateral current transfers to the United States; capital account

transactions receipts; financial inflows–increase in foreign-owned

assets (U.S. liabilities) or decrease in U.S.-owned assets

(U.S. claims).

Debits, -: Imports of goods and services and income payments;

unilateral current transfers to foreigners; capital accounts

transactions payments; financial outflows–decrease in foreign-owned

assets (U.S. liabilities) or increase in U.S.-owned assets

(U.S. claims).

(2.) Excludes exports of goods under U.S. military agency sales

contracts identified in Census export documents, excludes imports of

goods under direct defense expenditures identified in Census import

documents, and reflects various other adjustments (for valuation,

coverage, and timing) of Census statistics to balance of payments

basis; see table 2 in “U.S. International Transactions, Third

Quarter 2000″ in the January 2001 issue of the SURVEY.

(3.) Includes some goods: Mainly military equipment in line 5; major

equipment, other materials, supplies, and petroleum products

purchased abroad by U.S. military agencies in line 22; and fuels

purchased by airline and steamship operators in lines 8 and 25.

(4.) Includes transfers of goods and services under U.S. military

grant programs.

(5.) Beginning in 1982, these lines are presented on a gross basis.

The definition of exports is revised to exclude U.S. parents’ payments

to foreign affiliates and to include U.S. affiliates’ receipts from

foreign parents. The definition of imports is revised to include U.S.

parents’ payments to foreign affiliates and to exclude U.S.

affiliates’ receipts from foreign parents.

Table F.3.–U.S. International Transactions, by Area

[Millions of dollars]

Western Europe

2000

Line (Credits +; debits -)(1) I II(r) III(p)

Current account

1 Exports of goods and services

and income receipts 104,910 109,343 109,132

2 Exports of goods and

services 68,077 70,535 70,624

3 Goods, balance of

payments basis(2) 43,726 44,452 42,590

4 Services(3) 24,351 26,083 28,034

5 Transfers under U.S.

military/agency

sales contracts(4) 957 1,001 981

6 Travel 5,470 7,061 8,460

7 Passenger fares 1,368 1,817 2,314

8 Other transportation 2,147 2,253 2,448

9 Royalties and license

fees(5) 4,558 4,571 4,480

10 Other private

services(5) 9,811 9,338 9,306

11 U.S. Government

miscellaneous services 40 42 45

12 Income receipts 36,833 38,808 38,508

13 Income receipts on

U.S.-owned assets abroad 36,795 38,769 38,471

14 Direct investment

receipts 16,374 16,957 16,473

15 Other private receipts 20,168 21,665 21,754

16 U.S. Government

receipts 253 147 244

17 Compensation of employees 38 39 37

18 Imports of goods and services

and income payments -120,768 -130,643 -131,036

19 Imports of goods and

services -77,357 -83,340 -85,503

20 Goods, balance of

payments basis(2) -58,413 -59,737 -60,504

21 Services(3) -18,944 -23,603 -24,999

22 Direct defense

expenditures -1,981 -1,986 -2,080

23 Travel -3,784 -6,875 -7,371

24 Passenger fares -2,491 -3,361 -3,560

25 Other transportation -3,028 -3,345 -3,656

26 Royalties and

license fees(5) -1,922 -1,850 -1,899

27 Other private

services(5) -5,455 -5,899 -6,141

28 U.S. Government

miscellaneous services -283 -287 -292

29 Income payments -43,411 -47,303 -45,533

30 Income payments on

foreign-owned assets in

the United States -43,325 -47,227 -45,461

31 Direct investment

payments -11,890 -13,815 -10,994

32 Other private payments -20,598 -22,647 -23,818

33 U.S. Government payments -10,837 -10,765 -10,649

34 Compensation of employees -86 -76 -72

35 Unilateral current transfers,

net -395 -251 -372

36 U.S. Government grants(4) -166 -134 -132

37 U.S. Government pensions and

other transfers -351 -341 -355

38 Private remittances and

other transfers(6) 122 224 115

Capital and financial account

Capital account

39 Capital account transactions,

net 37 37 37

Financial account

40 U.S.-owned assets abroad,

net (increase/financial

outflow (-)) -149,764 -40,716 -67,869

41 U.S. official reserve

assets, net -379 -310 -4,124

42 Gold(7) ….. ….. …..

43 Special drawing rights ….. ….. …..

44 Reserve position in the

International Monetary

Fund ….. ….. …..

45 Foreign currencies -379 -310 -4,124

46 U.S. Government assets,

other than official reserve

assets, net 256 28 14

47 U.S. credits and other

long-term assets -73 -39 -308

48 Repayments on U.S. credits

and other long-term

assets(8) 295 85 311

49 U.S. foreign currency

holdings and U.S.

short-term assets, net 34 -18 11

50 U.S. private assets, net -149,641 -40,434 -63,759

51 Direct investment -29,237 -19,974 -23,754

52 Foreign securities -9,730 -33,860 -32,647

53 U.S. claims on

unaffiliated foreigners

reported by U.S.

nonbanking concerns -26,331 -17,651 …..

54 U.S. claims reported by

U.S. banks, not included

elsewhere -84,343 31,051 -7,358

55 Foreign-owned assets in the

United States, net (increase/

financial inflow (+)) 190,802 136,786 146,995

56 Foreign official assets in

the United States, net 1,661 2,228 -936

57 U.S. Government securities (17) (17) (17)

58 U.S. Treasury

securities(9) (17) (17) (17)

59 Other(10) (17) (17) (17)

60 Other U.S. Government

liabilities(11) -432 -209 -185

61 U.S. liabilities reported

by U.S. banks, not

included elsewhere (17) (17) (17)

62 Other foreign official

assets(12) (17) (17) (17)

63 Other foreign assets in the

United States, net 189,141 134,558 147,931

64 Direct investment 34,952 80,869 52,990

65 U.S. Treasury securities (17) (17) (17)

66 U.S. securities other than

U.S. Treasury securities 102,565 67,112 79,577

67 U.S. currency ….. ….. …..

68 U.S. liabilities to

unaffiliated foreigners

reported by U.S.

nonbanking concerns 58,425 933 …..

69 U.S. liabilities reported

by U.S. banks, not

included elsewhere (17) (17) (17)

70 Statistical discrepancy

(sum of above item with sign

reversed) -24,822 -74,566 -56,887

Memoranda:

71 Balance on goods

(lines 3 and 20) -14,687 -15,285 -17,914

72 Balance on services

(lines 4 and 21) 5,407 2,480 3,035

73 Balance on goods and services

(lines 2 and 19) -9,280 -12,805 -14,879

74 Balance on income

(lines 12 and 29) -6,578 -8,495 -7,025

75 Unilateral current

transfers, net (line 35) -395 -251 -372

76 Balance on current account

(lines 1, 18, and 35 or

lines 73, 74, and 75)(13) -16,253 -21,551 -22,276

European Union(14)

2000

(Credits +; debits -)(1) I II(r) III(p)

Current account

Exports of goods and services

and income receipts 93,199 98,064 98,510

Exports of goods and

services 60,474 64,040 64,440

Goods, balance of

payments basis(2) 38,838 40,529 39,256

Services(3) 21,636 23,511 25,184

Transfers under U.S.

military/agency

sales contracts(4) 592 617 607

Travel 4,922 6,478 7,761

Passenger fares 1,326 1,725 2,177

Other transportation 1,849 1,940 2,139

Royalties and license

fees(5) 4,261 4,214 4,064

Other private

services(5) 8,650 8,499 8,395

U.S. Government

miscellaneous services 36 38 41

Income receipts 32,725 34,024 34,070

Income receipts on

U.S.-owned assets abroad 32,690 33,988 34,036

Direct investment

receipts 14,247 14,542 14,300

Other private receipts 18,232 19,313 19,531

U.S. Government

receipts 211 133 205

Compensation of employees 35 36 34

Imports of goods and services

and income payments -108,057 -117,476 -117,195

Imports of goods and

services -68,945 -75,317 -76,507

Goods, balance of

payments basis(2) -52,155 -54,434 -54,757

Services(3) -16,790 -20,883 -21,750

Direct defense

expenditures -1,585 -1,520 -1,600

Travel -3,512 -6,329 -6,544

Passenger fares -2,212 -2,999 -3,189

Other transportation -2,474 -2,757 -2,986

Royalties and

license fees(5) -1,568 -1,501 -1,469

Other private

services(5) -5,195 -5,530 -5,710

U.S. Government

miscellaneous services -244 -247 -252

Income payments -39,112 -42,159 -40,688

Income payments on

foreign-owned assets in

the United States -39,044 -42,097 -40,629

Direct investment

payments -10,429 -12,196 -9,865

Other private payments -18,615 19,901 -20,871

U.S. Government payments -10,000 -10,000 -9,893

Compensation of employees -68 -62 -59

Unilateral current transfers,

net -44 25 -69

U.S. Government grants(4) -1 ….. -5

U.S. Government pensions and

other transfers -304 -308 -314

Private remittances and

other transfers(6) 261 333 250

Capital and financial account

Capital account

Capital account transactions,

net 35 34 34

Financial account

U.S.-owned assets abroad,

net (increase/financial

outflow (-)) -108,889 -68,001 -41,398

U.S. official reserve

assets, net -100 -79 -619

Gold(7) ….. ….. …..

Special drawing rights ….. ….. …..

Reserve position in the

International Monetary

Fund ….. ….. …..

Foreign currencies -100 -79 -619

U.S. Government assets,

other than official reserve

assets, net 193 16 55

U.S. credits and other

long-term assets -29 -11 -171

Repayments on U.S. credits

and other long-term

assets(8) 189 33 225

U.S. foreign currency

holdings and U.S.

short-term assets, net 33 -6 1

U.S. private assets, net -108,982 -67,938 -40,834

Direct investment -27,579 -17,707 -21,851

Foreign securities -9,913 -32,727 -26,045

U.S. claims on

unaffiliated foreigners

reported by U.S.

nonbanking concerns -24,925 -17,971 …..

U.S. claims reported by

U.S. banks, not included

elsewhere -46,565 467 7,062

Foreign-owned assets in the

United States, net (increase/

financial inflow (+)) 144,178 130,288 110,643

Foreign official assets in

the United States, net (18) (18) (18)

U.S. Government securities (18) (18) (18)

U.S. Treasury

securities(9) (18) (18) (18)

Other(10) (18) (18) (18)

Other U.S. Government

liabilities(11) -238 -11 -54

U.S. liabilities reported

by U.S. banks, not

included elsewhere (18) (18) (18)

Other foreign official

assets(12) (18) (18) (18)

Other foreign assets in the

United States, net (18) (18) (18)

Direct investment 34,339 73,219 49,558

U.S. Treasury securities (18) (18) (18)

U.S. securities other than

U.S. Treasury securities 93,428 65,660 75,148

U.S. currency ….. ….. …..

U.S. liabilities to

unaffiliated foreigners

reported by U.S.

nonbanking concerns 43,798 -14,223 …..

U.S. liabilities reported

by U.S. banks, not

included elsewhere (18)-27,149 (18)5,643 (18)-14,009

Statistical discrepancy

(sum of above item with sign

reversed) -20,422 -42,934 -50,525

Memoranda:

Balance on goods

(lines 3 and 20) -13,317 -13,905 -15,501

Balance on services

(lines 4 and 21) 4,846 2,628 3,434

Balance on goods and services

(lines 2 and 19) -8,471 -11,277 -12,067

Balance on income

(lines 12 and 29) -6,387 -8,135 -6,618

Unilateral current

transfers, net (line 35) -44 25 -69

Balance on current account

(lines 1, 18, and 35 or

lines 73, 74, and 75)(13) -14,902 -19,387 -18,754

United Kingdom

2000

(Credits +; debits -)(1) I II(r) III(p)

Current account

Exports of goods and services

and income receipts 31,984 33,066 32,697

Exports of goods and

services 17,178 17,774 17,607

Goods, balance of

payments basis(2) 10,030 10,097 9,587

Services(3) 7,148 7,677 8,020

Transfers under U.S.

military/agency

sales contracts(4) 90 93 92

Travel 1,979 2,541 2,911

Passenger fares 508 678 791

Other transportation 419 460 511

Royalties and license

fees(5) 947 799 798

Other private

services(5) 3,198 3,099 2,909

U.S. Government

miscellaneous services 7 7 8

Income receipts 14,806 15,292 15,090

Income receipts on

U.S.-owned assets abroad 14,789 15,274 15,073

Direct investment

receipts 6,141 6,300 5,786

Other private receipts 8,648 8,974 9,287

U.S. Government

receipts ….. ….. …..

Compensation of employees 17 18 17

Imports of goods and services

and income payments -40,081 -42,513 -43,654

Imports of goods and

services -16,866 -17,714 -17,724

Goods, balance of

payments basis(2) -10,523 -10,755 -10,558

Services(3) -6,343 -6,959 -7,166

Direct defense

expenditures -158 -152 -150

Travel -1,217 -1,766 -1,815

Passenger fares -998 -1,086 -1,208

Other transportation -640 -737 -782

Royalties and

license fees(5) -401 -334 -377

Other private

services(5) -2,910 -2,864 -2,813

U.S. Government

miscellaneous services -19 -20 -21

Income payments -23,215 -24,799 -25,930

Income payments on

foreign-owned assets in

the United States -23,193 -24,778 -25,910

Direct investment

payments -3,892 -4,350 -4,898

Other private payments -13,587 -14,744 -15,468

U.S. Government payments -5,714 -5,684 -5,544

Compensation of employees -22 -21 -20

Unilateral current transfers,

net 290 328 323

U.S. Government grants(4) ….. ….. …..

U.S. Government pensions and

other transfers -53 -54 -51

Private remittances and

other transfers(6) 343 382 374

Capital and financial account

Capital account

Capital account transactions,

net 13 12 12

Financial account

U.S.-owned assets abroad,

net (increase/financial

outflow (-)) -63,862 -52,957 -37,134

U.S. official reserve

assets, net ….. ….. …..

Gold(7) ….. ….. …..

Special drawing rights ….. ….. …..

Reserve position in the

International Monetary

Fund ….. ….. …..

Foreign currencies ….. ….. …..

U.S. Government assets,

other than official reserve

assets, net 11 -6 …..

U.S. credits and other

long-term assets ….. ….. …..

Repayments on U.S. credits

and other long-term

assets(8) ….. ….. …..

U.S. foreign currency

holdings and U.S.

short-term assets, net 11 -6 …..

U.S. private assets, net -63,873 -52,951 -37,134

Direct investment -11,496 -9,409 -13,508

Foreign securities -11,998 -27,051 -19,922

U.S. claims on

unaffiliated foreigners

reported by U.S.

nonbanking concerns -26,750 -8,389 …..

U.S. claims reported by

U.S. banks, not included

elsewhere -13,589 -8,102 -3,704

Foreign-owned assets in the

United States, net (increase/

financial inflow (+)) 91,843 66,051 60,987

Foreign official assets in

the United States, net (18) (18) (18)

U.S. Government securities (18) (18) (18)

U.S. Treasury

securities(9) (18) (18) (18)

Other(10) (18) (18) (18)

Other U.S. Government

liabilities(11) -84 -88 -86

U.S. liabilities reported

by U.S. banks, not

included elsewhere (18) (18) (18)

Other foreign official

assets(12) (18) (18) (18)

Other foreign assets in the

United States, net (18) (18) (18)

Direct investment 8,225 34,680 16,636

U.S. Treasury securities (18) (18) (18)

U.S. securities other than

U.S. Treasury securities 53,537 35,986 53,073

U.S. currency ….. ….. …..

U.S. liabilities to

unaffiliated foreigners

reported by U.S.

nonbanking concerns 43,950 -12,842 …..

U.S. liabilities reported

by U.S. banks, not

included elsewhere (18)-13,785 (18)8,315 (18)-8,636

Statistical discrepancy

(sum of above item with sign

reversed) -20,187 -3,987 -13,231

Memoranda:

Balance on goods

(lines 3 and 20) -493 -658 -971

Balance on services

(lines 4 and 21) 805 718 854

Balance on goods and services

(lines 2 and 19) 312 60 -117

Balance on income

(lines 12 and 29) -8,409 -9,507 -10,840

Unilateral current

transfers, net (line 35) 290 328 323

Balance on current account

(lines 1, 18, and 35 or

lines 73, 74, and 75)(13) -7,807 -9,119 -10,634

European Union (6)(15)

2000

(Credits +; debits -)(1) I II(r) III(p)

Current account

Exports of goods and services

and income receipts 46,714 48,950 50,496

Exports of goods and

services 32,993 34,708 35,936

Goods, balance of

payments basis(2) 22,753 23,400 23,568

Services(3) 10,240 11,308 12,368

Transfers under U.S.

military/agency

sales contracts(4) 209 218 214

Travel 2,070 2,790 3,620

Passenger fares 663 847 1,136

Other transportation 972 999 1,123

Royalties and license

fees(5) 2,265 2,279 2,143

Other private

services(5) 4,037 4,149 4,104

U.S. Government

miscellaneous services 24 26 28

Income receipts 13,721 14,242 14,560

Income receipts on

U.S.-owned assets abroad 13,707 14,228 14,547

Direct investment

receipts 6,386 6,358 6,779

Other private receipts 7,186 7,753 7,636

U.S. Government

receipts 135 117 132

Compensation of employees 14 14 13

Imports of goods and services

and income payments -53,725 -57,966 -56,007

Imports of goods and

services -40,170 -43,600 -44,424

Goods, balance of

payments basis(2) -31,997 -32,910 -33,551

Services(3) -8,173 -10,690 -10,873

Direct defense

expenditures -1,298 -1,275 -1,350

Travel -1,758 -3,384 -3,288

Passenger fares -873 -1,401 -1,323

Other transportation -1,179 -1,284 -1,394

Royalties and

license fees(5) -848 -806 -830

Other private

services(5) -2,020 -2,341 -2,485

U.S. Government

miscellaneous services -197 -199 -203

Income payments -13,555 -14,366 -11,583

Income payments on

foreign-owned assets in

the United States -13,516 -14,331 -11,549

Direct investment

payments -6,218 -6,961 -4,041

Other private payments -4,040 -4,141 -4,337

U.S. Government payments -3,258 -3,229 -3,171

Compensation of employees -39 -35 -34

Unilateral current transfers,

net -49 -31 -101

U.S. Government grants(4) ….. ….. …..

U.S. Government pensions and

other transfers -167 -169 -179

Private remittances and

other transfers(6) 118 138 78

Capital and financial account

Capital account

Capital account transactions,

net 16 16 16

Financial account

U.S.-owned assets abroad,

net (increase/financial

outflow (-)) -28,772 -11,204 -5,574

U.S. official reserve

assets, net ….. ….. …..

Gold(7) ….. ….. …..

Special drawing rights ….. ….. …..

Reserve position in the

International Monetary

Fund ….. ….. …..

Foreign currencies ….. ….. …..

U.S. Government assets,

other than official reserve

assets, net 19 -1 2

U.S. credits and other

long-term assets ….. ….. …..

Repayments on U.S. credits

and other long-term

assets(8) ….. ….. …..

U.S. foreign currency

holdings and U.S.

short-term assets, net 19 -1 2

U.S. private assets, net -28,791 -11,203 -5,576

Direct investment -11,830 -4,256 -6,484

Foreign securities 2,457 -8,960 -9,863

U.S. claims on

unaffiliated foreigners

reported by U.S.

nonbanking concerns 4,155 -10,631 …..

U.S. claims reported by

U.S. banks, not included

elsewhere -23,573 12,644 10,771

Foreign-owned assets in the

United States, net (increase/

financial inflow (+)) 38,956 54,086 31,251

Foreign official assets in

the United States, net (18) (18) (18)

U.S. Government securities (18) (18) (18)

U.S. Treasury

securities(9) (18) (18) (18)

Other(10) (18) (18) (18)

Other U.S. Government

liabilities(11) -39 -16 22

U.S. liabilities reported

by U.S. banks, not

included elsewhere (18) (18) (18)

Other foreign official

assets(12) (18) (18) (18)

Other foreign assets in the

United States, net (18) (18) (18)

Direct investment 23,848 35,331 27,384

U.S. Treasury securities (18) (18) (18)

U.S. securities other than

U.S. Treasury securities 31,727 24,791 13,470

U.S. currency ….. ….. …..

U.S. liabilities to

unaffiliated foreigners

reported by U.S.

nonbanking concerns 524 -1,729 …..

U.S. liabilities reported

by U.S. banks, not

included elsewhere (18)-17,104 (18)-4,291 (18)-9,625

Statistical discrepancy

(sum of above item with sign

reversed) -3,140 -33,851 -20,081

Memoranda:

Balance on goods

(lines 3 and 20) -9,244 -9,510 -9,983

Balance on services

(lines 4 and 21) 2,067 618 1,495

Balance on goods and services

(lines 2 and 19) -7,177 -8,892 -8,488

Balance on income

(lines 12 and 29) 166 -124 2,977

Unilateral current

transfers, net (line 35) -49 -31 -101

Balance on current account

(lines 1, 18, and 35 or

lines 73, 74, and 75)(13) -7,060 -9,047 -5,612

Eastern Europe

2000

(Credits +; debits -)(1) I II(r) III(p)

Current account

Exports of goods and services

and income receipts 3,606 3,620 3,635

Exports of goods and

services 2,685 2,381 2,649

Goods, balance of

payments basis(2) 1,646 1,305 1,450

Services(3) 1,039 1,076 1,199

Transfers under U.S.

military/agency

sales contracts(4) 87 71 137

Travel 283 361 396

Passenger fares 19 23 19

Other transportation 56 133 91

Royalties and license

fees(5) 68 69 71

Other private

services(5) 513 407 472

U.S. Government

miscellaneous services 13 12 13

Income receipts 921 1,239 986

Income receipts on

U.S.-owned assets abroad 916 1,234 981

Direct investment

receipts 317 350 372

Other private receipts 554 546 539

U.S. Government

receipts 45 338 70

Compensation of employees 5 5 5

Imports of goods and services

and income payments -5,029 -5,170 -6,131

Imports of goods and

services -4,501 -4,535 -5,424

Goods, balance of

payments basis(2) -4,018 -3,682 -4,441

Services(3) -483 -853 -983

Direct defense

expenditures -41 -20 -20

Travel -166 -402 -569

Passenger fares -55 -165 -126

Other transportation -49 -76 -62

Royalties and

license fees(5) -11 -24 -23

Other private

services(5) -147 -152 -169

U.S. Government

miscellaneous services -14 -14 -14

Income payments -528 -635 -707

Income payments on

foreign-owned assets in

the United States -507 -618 -691

Direct investment

payments -9 -32 -44

Other private payments -182 -253 -276

U.S. Government payments -316 -333 -371

Compensation of employees -21 -17 -16

Unilateral current transfers,

net -945 -948 -1,018

U.S. Government grants(4) -465 -501 -535

U.S. Government pensions and

other transfers -12 -12 -10

Private remittances and

other transfers(6) -468 -435 -473

Capital and financial account

Capital account

Capital account transactions,

net 7 6 6

Financial account

U.S.-owned assets abroad,

net (increase/financial

outflow (-)) -231 -996 1,799

U.S. official reserve

assets, net ….. ….. …..

Gold(7) ….. ….. …..

Special drawing rights ….. ….. …..

Reserve position in the

International Monetary

Fund ….. ….. …..

Foreign currencies ….. ….. …..

U.S. Government assets,

other than official reserve

assets, net -73 -418 10

U.S. credits and other

long-term assets -95 -454 -17

Repayments on U.S. credits

and other long-term

assets(8) 22 31 30

U.S. foreign currency

holdings and U.S.

short-term assets, net ….. 5 -3

U.S. private assets, net -158 -578 1,789

Direct investment -903 -283 1,868

Foreign securities -108 -269 -208

U.S. claims on

unaffiliated foreigners

reported by U.S.

nonbanking concerns -73 -28 …..

U.S. claims reported by

U.S. banks, not included

elsewhere 926 2 129

Foreign-owned assets in the

United States, net (increase/

financial inflow (+)) 4,821 862 5,241

Foreign official assets in

the United States, net (18) (18) (18)

U.S. Government securities (18) (18) (18)

U.S. Treasury

securities(9) (18) (18) (18)

Other(10) (18) (18) (18)

Other U.S. Government

liabilities(11) 113 137 123

U.S. liabilities reported

by U.S. banks, not

included elsewhere (18) (18) (18)

Other foreign official

assets(12) (18) (18) (18)

Other foreign assets in the

United States, net (18) (18) (18)

Direct investment 660 796 170

U.S. Treasury securities (18) (18) (18)

U.S. securities other than

U.S. Treasury securities 84 149 -44

U.S. currency ….. ….. …..

U.S. liabilities to

unaffiliated foreigners

reported by U.S.

nonbanking concerns 42 -82 …..

U.S. liabilities reported

by U.S. banks, not

included elsewhere (18)3,922 (18)-138 (18)4,992

Statistical discrepancy

(sum of above item with sign

reversed) -2,229 2,626 -3,532

Memoranda:

Balance on goods

(lines 3 and 20) -2,372 -2,377 -2,991

Balance on services

(lines 4 and 21) 556 223 216

Balance on goods and services

(lines 2 and 19) -1,816 -2,154 -2,775

Balance on income

(lines 12 and 29) 393 604 279

Unilateral current

transfers, net (line 35) -945 -948 -1,018

Balance on current account

(lines 1, 18, and 35 or

lines 73, 74, and 75)(13) -2,368 -2,498 -3,514

Canada

2000

(Credits +; debits -)(1) I II(r) III(p)

Current account

Exports of goods and services

and income receipts 57,649 59,423 53,791

Exports of goods and

services 51,561 52,456 47,595

Goods, balance of

payments basis(2) 45,587 46,714 42,092

Services(3) 5,974 5,742 5,503

Transfers under U.S.

military/agency

sales contracts(4) 26 27 27

Travel 1,978 1,953 1,680

Passenger fares 487 409 377

Other transportation 648 678 688

Royalties and license

fees(5) 447 480 493

Other private

services(5) 2,373 2,177 2,218

U.S. Government

miscellaneous services 15 18 20

Income receipts 6,088 6,967 6,196

Income receipts on

U.S.-owned assets abroad 6,067 6,948 6,176

Direct investment

receipts 3,102 3,777 3,072

Other private receipts 2,965 3,171 3,104

U.S. Government

receipts ….. ….. …..

Compensation of employees 21 19 20

Imports of goods and services

and income payments -63,171 -65,946 -63,666

Imports of goods and

services -60,524 -63,066 -61,716

Goods, balance of

payments basis(2) -57,105 -58,906 -56,353

Services(3) -3,419 -4,160 -5,363

Direct defense

expenditures -18 -16 -20

Travel -1,009 -1,590 -2,693

Passenger fares -169 -232 -278

Other transportation -873 -916 -902

Royalties and

license fees(5) -216 -250 -280

Other private

services(5) -1,083 -1,105 -1,138

U.S. Government

miscellaneous services -51 -51 -52

Income payments -2,647 -2,880 -1,950

Income payments on

foreign-owned assets in

the United States -2,563 -2,801 -1,872

Direct investment

payments -850 -586 124

Other private payments -1,321 -1,724 -1,470

U.S. Government payments -392 -491 -526

Compensation of employees -84 -79 -78

Unilateral current transfers,

net -187 -154 -188

U.S. Government grants(4) ….. ….. …..

U.S. Government pensions and

other transfers -124 -124 -134

Private remittances and

other transfers(6) -63 -30 -54

Capital and financial account

Capital account

Capital account transactions,

net 21 24 34

Financial account

U.S.-owned assets abroad,

net (increase/financial

outflow (-)) -11,940 -10,607 3,360

U.S. official reserve

assets, net ….. ….. …..

Gold(7) ….. ….. …..

Special drawing rights ….. ….. …..

Reserve position in the

International Monetary

Fund ….. ….. …..

Foreign currencies ….. ….. …..

U.S. Government assets,

other than official reserve

assets, net ….. ….. …..

U.S. credits and other

long-term assets ….. ….. …..

Repayments on U.S. credits

and other long-term

assets(8) ….. ….. …..

U.S. foreign currency

holdings and U.S.

short-term assets, net ….. ….. …..

U.S. private assets, net -11,940 -10,607 3,360

Direct investment -2,889 -5,237 -3,937

Foreign securities -3,789 -3,252 169

U.S. claims on

unaffiliated foreigners

reported by U.S.

nonbanking concerns 959 -1 …..

U.S. claims reported by

U.S. banks, not included

elsewhere -6,221 -2,117 7,128

Foreign-owned assets in the

United States, net (increase/

financial inflow (+)) 21,284 11,228 1,393

Foreign official assets in

the United States, net 1,162 -140 -425

U.S. Government securities (17) (17) (17)

U.S. Treasury

securities(9) (17) (17) (17)

Other(10) (17) (17) (17)

Other U.S. Government

liabilities(11) -18 1 -4

U.S. liabilities reported

by U.S. banks, not

included elsewhere (17) (17) (17)

Other foreign official

assets(12) (17) (17) (17)

Other foreign assets in the

United States, net 20,122 11,368 1,818

Direct investment 10,261 5,646 1,348

U.S. Treasury securities (17) (17) (17)

U.S. securities other than

U.S. Treasury securities 5,083 2,884 3,152

U.S. currency ….. ….. …..

U.S. liabilities to

unaffiliated foreigners

reported by U.S.

nonbanking concerns 2,432 -601 …..

U.S. liabilities reported

by U.S. banks, not

included elsewhere (17) (17) (17)

Statistical discrepancy

(sum of above item with sign

reversed) -3,656 6,032 5,276

Memoranda:

Balance on goods

(lines 3 and 20) -11,518 -12,192 -14,261

Balance on services

(lines 4 and 21) 2,555 1,582 140

Balance on goods and services

(lines 2 and 19) -8,963 -10,610 -14,121

Balance on income

(lines 12 and 29) 3,441 4,087 4,246

Unilateral current

transfers, net (line 35) -187 -154 -188

Balance on current account

(lines 1, 18, and 35 or

lines 73, 74, and 75)(13) -5,709 -6,677 -10,063

Latin America and Other

Western Hemisphere

2000

(Credits +; debits -)(1) I II(r) III(p)

Current account

Exports of goods and services

and income receipts 69,448 75,075 78,961

Exports of goods and

services 52,260 55,982 59,853

Goods, balance of

payments basis(2) 39,310 42,066 44,022

Services(3) 12,950 13,916 15,831

Transfers under U.S.

military/agency

sales contracts(4) 212 188 243

Travel 4,684 5,404 6,743

Passenger fares 1,356 1,466 1,653

Other transportation 796 857 1,004

Royalties and license

fees(5) 698 745 751

Other private

services(5) 5,163 5,215 5,396

U.S. Government

miscellaneous services 41 41 41

Income receipts 17,188 19,093 19,108

Income receipts on

U.S.-owned assets abroad 17,156 19,061 19,075

Direct investment

receipts 4,228 4,946 4,534

Other private receipts 12,836 14,012 14,431

U.S. Government

receipts 92 103 110

Compensation of employees 32 32 33

Imports of goods and services

and income payments -74,005 -78,392 -83,229

Imports of goods and

services -58,220 -60,908 -64,777

Goods, balance of

payments basis(2) -49,353 -52,121 -54,710

Services(3) -8,867 -8,787 -10,067

Direct defense

expenditures -27 -63 -65

Travel -4,452 -4,171 -5,060

Passenger fares -874 -783 -943

Other transportation -765 -769 -795

Royalties and

license fees(5) -260 -269 -282

Other private

services(5) -2,358 -2,601 -2,791

U.S. Government

miscellaneous services -131 -131 -131

Income payments -15,785 -17,484 -18,452

Income payments on

foreign-owned assets in

the United States -14,330 -15,901 -16,718

Direct investment

payments -259 -390 -272

Other private payments -11,033 -12,320 -13,097

U.S. Government payments -3,038 -3,191 -3,349

Compensation of employees -1,455 -1,583 -1,734

Unilateral current transfers,

net -3,858 -3,888 -4,053

U.S. Government grants(4) -427 -501 -536

U.S. Government pensions and

other transfers -181 -169 -172

Private remittances and

other transfers(6) -3,250 -3,218 -3,345

Capital and financial account

Capital account

Capital account transactions,

net 64 62 54

Financial account

U.S.-owned assets abroad,

net (increase/financial

outflow (-)) -7,161 -30,787 -14,756

U.S. official reserve

assets, net ….. ….. …..

Gold(7) ….. ….. …..

Special drawing rights ….. ….. …..

Reserve position in the

International Monetary

Fund ….. ….. …..

Foreign currencies ….. ….. …..

U.S. Government assets,

other than official reserve

assets, net 3 65 123

U.S. credits and other

long-term assets -209 -129 -184

Repayments on U.S. credits

and other long-term

assets(8) 225 206 361

U.S. foreign currency

holdings and U.S.

short-term assets, net -13 -12 -54

U.S. private assets, net -7,164 -30,852 -14,879

Direct investment -3,822 -6,760 -2,178

Foreign securities -10,673 -10,257 -8,339

U.S. claims on

unaffiliated foreigners

reported by U.S.

nonbanking concerns -27,081 -15,262 5,197

U.S. claims reported by

U.S. banks, not included

elsewhere 34,412 1,427 -9,559

Foreign-owned assets in the

United States, net (increase/

financial inflow (+)) 27,666 44,939 25,526

Foreign official assets in

the United States, net (18) (18) (18)

U.S. Government securities (18) (18) (18)

U.S. Treasury

securities(9) (18) (18) (18)

Other(10) (18) (18) (18)

Other U.S. Government

liabilities(11) -8 -20 -19

U.S. liabilities reported

by U.S. banks, not

included elsewhere (18) (18) (18)

Other foreign official

assets(12) (18) (18) (18)

Other foreign assets in the

United States, net (18) (18) (18)

Direct investment -1,661 3,140 958

U.S. Treasury securities (18) (18) (18)

U.S. securities other than

U.S. Treasury securities 17,949 -443 15,473

U.S. currency ….. ….. …..

U.S. liabilities to

unaffiliated foreigners

reported by U.S.

nonbanking concerns -3,111 17,250 6,306

U.S. liabilities reported

by U.S. banks, not

included elsewhere (18)14,497 (18)25,012 (18)2,808

Statistical discrepancy

(sum of above item with sign

reversed) -12,154 -7,009 -2,503

Memoranda:

Balance on goods

(lines 3 and 20) -10,043 -10,055 -10,688

Balance on services

(lines 4 and 21) 4,083 5,129 5,764

Balance on goods and services

(lines 2 and 19) -5,960 -4,926 -4,924

Balance on income

(lines 12 and 29) 1,403 1,609 656

Unilateral current

transfers, net (line 35) -3,858 -3,888 -4,053

Balance on current account

(lines 1, 18, and 35 or

lines 73, 74, and 75)(13) -8,415 -7,205 -8,321

Japan

2000

(Credits +; debits -)(1) I II(r) III(p)

Current account

Exports of goods and services

and income receipts 26,458 26,993 28,935

Exports of goods and

services 23,747 23,709 25,579

Goods, balance of

payments basis(2) 15,366 15,612 16,012

Services(3) 8,381 8,097 9,567

Transfers under U.S.

military/agency

sales contracts(4) 240 251 246

Travel 2,441 2,392 3,362

Passenger fares 993 910 1,157

Other transportation 806 852 900

Royalties and license

fees(5) 1,594 1,644 1,655

Other private

services(5) 2,293 2,033 2,231

U.S. Government

miscellaneous services 14 15 16

Income receipts 2,711 3,284 3,356

Income receipts on

U.S.-owned assets abroad 2,709 3,282 3,354

Direct investment

receipts 1,410 1,846 1,835

Other private receipts 1,297 1,425 1,518

U.S. Government

receipts 2 11 1

Compensation of employees 2 2 2

Imports of goods and services

and income payments -50,363 -52,593 -53,131

Imports of goods and

services -39,068 -41,313 -41,716

Goods, balance of

payments basis(2) -34,684 -36,515 -36,740

Services(3) -4,384 -4,798 -4,976

Direct defense

expenditures -308 -322 -350

Travel -694 -919 -846

Passenger fares -201 -266 -263

Other transportation -1,298 -1,383 -1,550

Royalties and

license fees(5) -868 -945 -971

Other private

services(5) -979 -930 -962

U.S. Government

miscellaneous services -36 -33 -34

Income payments -11,295 -11,280 -11,415

Income payments on

foreign-owned assets in

the United States -11,272 -11,264 -11,401

Direct investment

payments -2,238 -2,098 -1,877

Other private payments -2,940 -2,660 -2,877

U.S. Government payments -6,094 -6,506 -6,647

Compensation of employees -23 -16 -14

Unilateral current transfers,

net -97 -42 -60

U.S. Government grants(4) ….. ….. …..

U.S. Government pensions and

other transfers -28 -28 -24

Private remittances and

other transfers(6) -69 -14 -36

Capital and financial account

Capital account

Capital account transactions,

net 6 6 6

Financial account

U.S.-owned assets abroad,

net (increase/financial

outflow (-)) 1,391 559 6,883

U.S. official reserve

assets, net 242 182 2,660

Gold(7) ….. ….. …..

Special drawing rights ….. ….. …..

Reserve position in the

International Monetary

Fund ….. ….. …..

Foreign currencies 242 182 2,660

U.S. Government assets,

other than official reserve

assets, net 37 ….. -1

U.S. credits and other

long-term assets ….. ….. …..

Repayments on U.S. credits

and other long-term

assets(8) ….. ….. …..

U.S. foreign currency

holdings and U.S.

short-term assets, net 37 ….. -1

U.S. private assets, net 1,112 377 4,224

Direct investment -671 -1,782 -929

Foreign securities -1,475 13,730 7,692

U.S. claims on

unaffiliated foreigners

reported by U.S.

nonbanking concerns 2,611 -6,182 …..

U.S. claims reported by

U.S. banks, not included

elsewhere 647 -5,389 -2,539

Foreign-owned assets in the

United States, net (increase/

financial inflow (+)) -14,083 25,293 15,418

Foreign official assets in

the United States, net (18) (18) (18)

U.S. Government securities (18) (18) (18)

U.S. Treasury

securities(9) (18) (18) (18)

Other(10) (18) (18) (18)

Other U.S. Government

liabilities(11) -238 -191 28

U.S. liabilities reported

by U.S. banks, not

included elsewhere (18) (18) (18)

Other foreign official

assets(12) (18) (18) (18)

Other foreign assets in the

United States, net (18) (18) (18)

Direct investment -546 1,328 7,848

U.S. Treasury securities (18) (18) (18)

U.S. securities other than

U.S. Treasury securities -1,043 6,961 14,473

U.S. currency ….. ….. …..

U.S. liabilities to

unaffiliated foreigners

reported by U.S.

nonbanking concerns -851 3,639 …..

U.S. liabilities reported

by U.S. banks, not

included elsewhere (18)-11,405 (18)13,556 (18)6,931

Statistical discrepancy

(sum of above item with sign

reversed) 36,688 -216 1,949

Memoranda:

Balance on goods

(lines 3 and 20) -19,318 -20,903 -20,728

Balance on services

(lines 4 and 21) 3,997 3,299 4,591

Balance on goods and services

(lines 2 and 19) -15,321 -17,604 -16,137

Balance on income

(lines 12 and 29) -8,584 -7,996 -8,059

Unilateral current

transfers, net (line 35) -97 -42 -60

Balance on current account

(lines 1, 18, and 35 or

lines 73, 74, and 75)(13) -24,002 -25,642 -24,256

Australia

2000

(Credits +; debits -)(1) I II(r) III(p)

Current account

Exports of goods and services

and income receipts 5,963 6,574 6,459

Exports of goods and

services 4,283 4,726 4,547

Goods, balance of

payments basis(2) 2,960 3,274 3,008

Services(3) 1,323 1,452 1,539

Transfers under U.S.

military/agency

sales contracts(4) 65 68 67

Travel 408 510 562

Passenger fares 123 145 155

Other transportation 76 84 98

Royalties and license

fees(5) 173 192 190

Other private

services(5) 476 451 465

U.S. Government

miscellaneous services 2 2 2

Income receipts 1,680 1,848 1,912

Income receipts on

U.S.-owned assets abroad 1,679 1,847 1,911

Direct investment

receipts 749 889 965

Other private receipts 930 958 946

U.S. Government

receipts ….. ….. …..

Compensation of employees 1 1 1

Imports of goods and services

and income payments -2,617 -2,954 -3,140

Imports of goods and

services -2,274 -2,604 -2,720

Goods, balance of

payments basis(2) -1,346 -1,677 -1,736

Services(3) -928 -927 -984

Direct defense

expenditures -19 -31 -15

Travel -352 -333 -401

Passenger fares -170 -181 -157

Other transportation -56 -52 -58

Royalties and

license fees(5) -17 -18 -32

Other private

services(5) -305 -303 -312

U.S. Government

miscellaneous services -9 -9 -9

Income payments -343 -350 -420

Income payments on

foreign-owned assets in

the United States -341 -348 -418

Direct investment

payments 7 -2 -26

Other private payments -246 -232 -262

U.S. Government payments -102 -114 -130

Compensation of employees -2 -2 -2

Unilateral current transfers,

net -70 -71 -73

U.S. Government grants(4) ….. ….. …..

U.S. Government pensions and

other transfers -10 -11 -10

Private remittances and

other transfers(6) -60 -60 -63

Capital and financial account

Capital account

Capital account transactions,

net 2 2 2

Financial account

U.S.-owned assets abroad,

net (increase/financial

outflow (-)) -2,732 323 -352

U.S. official reserve

assets, net ….. ….. …..

Gold(7) ….. ….. …..

Special drawing rights ….. ….. …..

Reserve position in the

International Monetary

Fund ….. ….. …..

Foreign currencies ….. ….. …..

U.S. Government assets,

other than official reserve

assets, net 1 ….. …..

U.S. credits and other

long-term assets ….. ….. …..

Repayments on U.S. credits

and other long-term

assets(8) ….. ….. …..

U.S. foreign currency

holdings and U.S.

short-term assets, net 1 ….. …..

U.S. private assets, net -2,733 323 352

Direct investment -600 483 137

Foreign securities 874 -358 452

U.S. claims on

unaffiliated foreigners

reported by U.S.

nonbanking concerns -944 2,391 …..

U.S. claims reported by

U.S. banks, not included

elsewhere -2,063 -2,193 -237

Foreign-owned assets in the

United States, net (increase/

financial inflow (+)) 2,830 -297 2,214

Foreign official assets in

the United States, net (18) (18) (18)

U.S. Government securities (18) (18) (18)

U.S. Treasury

securities(9) (18) (18) (18)

Other(10) (18) (18) (18)

Other U.S. Government

liabilities(11) -10 -31 10

U.S. liabilities reported

by U.S. banks, not

included elsewhere (18) (18) (18)

Other foreign official

assets(12) (18) (18) (18)

Other foreign assets in the

United States, net (18) (18) (18)

Direct investment 2,853 195 143

U.S. Treasury securities (18) (18) (18)

U.S. securities other than

U.S. Treasury securities 544 307 493

U.S. currency ….. ….. …..

U.S. liabilities to

unaffiliated foreigners

reported by U.S.

nonbanking concerns -1,117 -1,108 …..

U.S. liabilities reported

by U.S. banks, not

included elsewhere (18)560 (18)340 (18)1,568

Statistical discrepancy

(sum of above item with sign

reversed) -3,376 -3,577 -5,814

Memoranda:

Balance on goods

(lines 3 and 20) 1,614 1,597 1,272

Balance on services

(lines 4 and 21) 395 525 555

Balance on goods and services

(lines 2 and 19) 2,009 2,122 1,827

Balance on income

(lines 12 and 29) 1,337 1,498 1,492

Unilateral current

transfers, net (line 35) -70 -71 -73

Balance on current account

(lines 1, 18, and 35 or

lines 73, 74, and 75)(13) 3,276 3,549 3,246

Other countries in Asia and Africa

2000

(Credits +; debits -)(1) I II(r) III(p)

Current account

Exports of goods and services

and income receipts 59,175 63,296 68,785

Exports of goods and

services 50,304 54,199 59,605

Goods, balance of

payments basis(2) 35,998 39,768 43,739

Services(3) 14,306 14,431 15,866

Transfers under U.S.

military/agency

sales contracts(4) 1,987 2,093 2,019

Travel 2,519 3,684 4,096

Passenger fares 351 461 525

Other transportation 2,258 2,442 2,590

Royalties and license

fees(5) 1,068 1,087 1,110

Other private

services(5) 6,044 4,581 5,443

U.S. Government

miscellaneous services 79 83 83

Income receipts 8,871 9,097 9,180

Income receipts on

U.S.-owned assets abroad 8,851 9,077 9,160

Direct investment

receipts 5,007 5,841 6,119

Other private receipts 3,271 3,001 2,708

U.S. Government

receipts 573 325 333

Compensation of employees 20 20 20

Imports of goods and services

and income payments -97,980 -108,335 -124,522

Imports of goods and

services -89,471 -98,491 -114,023

Goods, balance of

payments basis(2) -79,566 -87,986 -103,040

Services(3) -9,905 -10,505 -10,983

Direct defense

expenditures -928 -993 -900

Travel -2,856 -3,114 -3,258

Passenger fares -1,298 -1,393 -1,582

Other transportation -2,843 -3,054 -3,288

Royalties and

license fees(5) -66 -65 -78

Other private

services(5) -1,724 -1,697 -1,685

U.S. Government

miscellaneous services -190 -189 -192

Income payments -8,509 -9,844 -10,499

Income payments on

foreign-owned assets in

the United States -8,352 -9,737 -10,409

Direct investment

payments -114 -1,077 -1,233

Other private payments -2,949 -3,163 -3,485

U.S. Government payments -5,289 -5,497 -5,691

Compensation of employees -157 -107 -90

Unilateral current transfers,

net -4,178 -4,006 -4,861

U.S. Government grants(4) -1,497 -1,645 -2,202

U.S. Government pensions and

other transfers -122 -127 -128

Private remittances and

other transfers(6) -2,559 -2,234 -2,531

Capital and financial account

Capital account

Capital account transactions,

net 29 33 26

Financial account

U.S.-owned assets abroad,

net (increase/financial

outflow (-)) -7,828 -10,689 -1,592

U.S. official reserve

assets, net ….. ….. …..

Gold(7) ….. ….. …..

Special drawing rights ….. ….. …..

Reserve position in the

International Monetary

Fund ….. ….. …..

Foreign currencies ….. ….. …..

U.S. Government assets,

other than official reserve

assets, net -107 16 271

U.S. credits and other

long-term assets -1,125 -348 -236

Repayments on U.S. credits

and other long-term

assets(8) 786 398 561

U.S. foreign currency

holdings and U.S.

short-term assets, net 232 -34 -54

U.S. private assets, net -7,721 -10,705 -1,863

Direct investment -4,415 -3,040 -5,277

Foreign securities -2,510 -3,986 2,706

U.S. claims on

unaffiliated foreigners

reported by U.S.

nonbanking concerns -1,696 216 …..

U.S. claims reported by

U.S. banks, not included

elsewhere 900 -3,895 708

Foreign-owned assets in the

United States, net (increase/

financial inflow (+)) 5,939 21,843 11,599

Foreign official assets in

the United States, net (18) (18) (18)

U.S. Government securities (18) (18) (18)

U.S. Treasury

securities(9) (18) (18) (18)

Other(10) (18) (18) (18)

Other U.S. Government

liabilities(11) -52 -469 -576

U.S. liabilities reported

by U.S. banks, not

included elsewhere (18) (18) (18)

Other foreign official

assets(12) (18) (18) (18)

Other foreign assets in the

United States, net (18) (18) (18)

Direct investment 1,427 7,994 1,074

U.S. Treasury securities (18) (18) (18)

U.S. securities other than

U.S. Treasury securities 7,355 10,130 5,593

U.S. currency ….. ….. …..

U.S. liabilities to

unaffiliated foreigners

reported by U.S.

nonbanking concerns 2,212 3,943 …..

U.S. liabilities reported

by U.S. banks, not

included elsewhere (18)-5,003 (18)245 (18)5,508

Statistical discrepancy

(sum of above item with sign

reversed) 44,843 37,858 50,565

Memoranda:

Balance on goods

(lines 3 and 20) -43,568 -48,218 -59,301

Balance on services

(lines 4 and 21) 4,401 3,926 4,883

Balance on goods and services

(lines 2 and 19) -39,167 -44,292 -54,418

Balance on income

(lines 12 and 29) 362 -747 -1,319

Unilateral current

transfers, net (line 35) -4,178 -4,006 -4,861

Balance on current account

(lines 1, 18, and 35 or

lines 73, 74, and 75)(13) -42,983 -49,045 -60,598

International organizations and

unallocated(16)

2000

(Credits +; debits -)(1) I II(r) III(p)

Current account

Exports of goods and services

and income receipts 8,786 8,970 8,954

Exports of goods and

services 1,532 1,518 1,555

Goods, balance of

payments basis(2) ….. ….. …..

Services(3) 1,532 1,518 1,555

Transfers under U.S.

military/agency

sales contracts(4) ….. ….. …..

Travel ….. ….. …..

Passenger fares ….. ….. …..

Other transportation 133 141 156

Royalties and license

fees(5) 482 490 488

Other private

services(5) 917 887 911

U.S. Government

miscellaneous services ….. ….. …..

Income receipts 7,254 7,452 7,399

Income receipts on

U.S.-owned assets abroad 6,798 6,987 6,928

Direct investment

receipts 3,547 3,646 3,696

Other private receipts 3,070 3,160 3,050

U.S. Government

receipts 181 181 182

Compensation of employees 456 465 471

Imports of goods and services

and income payments -2,868 -3,158 -3,723

Imports of goods and

services -594 -642 -1,396

Goods, balance of

payments basis(2) ….. ….. …..

Services(3) -594 -642 -1,396

Direct defense

expenditures ….. ….. …..

Travel ….. ….. …..

Passenger fares ….. ….. …..

Other transportation -315 -362 -432

Royalties and

license fees(5) -168 -170 -846

Other private

services(5) -111 -110 -118

U.S. Government

miscellaneous services ….. ….. …..

Income payments -2,274 -2,516 -2,327

Income payments on

foreign-owned assets in

the United States -2,274 -2,516 -2,327

Direct investment

payments -1,370 -1,519 -1,364

Other private payments -898 -993 -957

U.S. Government payments -6 -4 -6

Compensation of employees ….. ….. …..

Unilateral current transfers,

net -2,519 -2,514 -2,207

U.S. Government grants(4) -357 -451 -176

U.S. Government pensions and

other transfers -259 -100 -191

Private remittances and

other transfers(6) -1,903 -1,963 -1,840

Capital and financial account

Capital account

Capital account transactions,

net ….. ….. …..

Financial account

U.S.-owned assets abroad,

net (increase/financial

outflow (-)) -3,518 -2,009 -6,854

U.S. official reserve

assets, net -417 2,148 1,118

Gold(7) ….. ….. …..

Special drawing rights -180 -180 -182

Reserve position in the

International Monetary

Fund -237 2,328 1,300

Foreign currencies ….. ….. …..

U.S. Government assets,

other than official reserve

assets, net -248 -265 -307

U.S. credits and other

long-term assets -248 -265 -307

Repayments on U.S. credits

and other long-term

assets(8) ….. ….. …..

U.S. foreign currency

holdings and U.S.

short-term assets, net ….. ….. …..

U.S. private assets, net -2,853 -3,892 -7,665

Direct investment -3,251 -3,392 -3,491

Foreign securities 175 56 -253

U.S. claims on

unaffiliated foreigners

reported by U.S.

nonbanking concerns -8 10 -4,266

U.S. claims reported by

U.S. banks, not included

elsewhere 231 -566 345

Foreign-owned assets in the

United States, net (increase/

financial inflow (+)) -2,625 5,278 -7,450

Foreign official assets in

the United States, net 1 1 3

U.S. Government securities ….. ….. …..

U.S. Treasury

securities(9) ….. ….. …..

Other(10) ….. ….. …..

Other U.S. Government

liabilities(11) 1 1 3

U.S. liabilities reported

by U.S. banks, not

included elsewhere ….. ….. …..

Other foreign official

assets(12) (18) (18) (18)

Other foreign assets in the

United States, net -2,626 5,277 -7,453

Direct investment 1,115 1,138 1,169

U.S. Treasury securities (18) (18) (18)

U.S. securities other than

U.S. Treasury securities -121 7 165

U.S. currency -6,847 989 757

U.S. liabilities to

unaffiliated foreigners

reported by U.S.

nonbanking concerns 29 64 -3,673

U.S. liabilities reported

by U.S. banks, not

included elsewhere (18)3,198 (18)3,079 (18)-5,871

Statistical discrepancy

(sum of above item with sign

reversed) 2,744 -6,567 11,280

Memoranda:

Balance on goods

(lines 3 and 20) ….. ….. …..

Balance on services

(lines 4 and 21) 938 876 159

Balance on goods and services

(lines 2 and 19) 938 876 159

Balance on income

(lines 12 and 29) 4,980 4,936 5,072

Unilateral current

transfers, net (line 35) -2,519 -2,514 -2,207

Balance on current account

(lines 1, 18, and 35 or

lines 73, 74, and 75)(13) 3,399 3,298 3,024

Table F.4.–Private Service Transactions

[Millions of dollars]

Line 1998 1999

1 Exports of private services 244,099 254,665

2 Travel (table F.2, line 6) 71,286 74,881

3 Passenger fares

(table F.2, line 7) 20,098 19,776

4 Other transportation

(table F.2, line 8) 25,604 27,033

5 Freight 11,048 11,667

6 Port services 14,557 15,365

7 Royalties and license fees

(table F.2, line 9) 36,197 36,467

8 Affiliated 26,809 26,307

9 U.S. parents’ receipts 24,720 24,576

10 U.S. affiliates’ receipts 2,089 1,731

11 Unaffiliated 9,388 10,160

12 Industrial processes(1) 3,573 3,551

13 Other(2) 5,814 6,609

14 Other private services

(table F.2, line 10) 90,914 95,508

15 Affiliated services 28,397 28,943

16 U.S. parents’ receipts 18,232 18,111

17 U.S. affiliates’ receipts 10,165 10,832

18 Unaffiliated services 62,517 67,565

19 Education 9,037 9,572

20 Financial services 11,273 13,925

21 Insurance, net 2,189 2,295

22 Premiums received 7,265 8,259

23 Losses paid 5,076 5,964

24 Telecommunications 5,538 4,460

25 Business, professional,

and technical services 22,175 24,368

26 Other unaffiliated

services(3) 12,305 12,946

27 Imports of private services 167,607 174,825

28 Travel (table F.2, line 23) 56,509 59,351

29 Passenger fares

(table F.2, line 24) 19,971 21,405

30 Other transportation

(table F.2, line 25) 30,363 34,137

31 Freight 19,412 22,214

32 Port services 10,950 11,925

33 Royalties and license fees

(table F.2, line 26) 11,713 13,275

34 Affiliated 8,754 10,208

35 U.S. parents’ payments 1,755 2,134

36 U.S. affiliates’ payments 6,999 8,074

37 Unaffiliated 2,959 3,067

38 Industrial processes(1) 1,536 1,883

39 Other(2) 1,423 1,185

40 Other private services

(table F.2, line 27) 49,051 46,657

41 Affiliated services 19,756 22,437

42 U.S. parents’ payments 10,406 11,427

43 U.S. affiliates’ payments 9,350 11,010

44 Unaffiliated services 29,295 24,220

45 Education 1,591 1,840

46 Financial services 3,561 3,574

47 Insurance, net 9,080 4,078

48 Premiums paid 20,290 21,242

49 Losses recovered 11,210 17,164

50 Telecommunications 7,687 6,766

51 Business, professional,

and technical services 6,869 7,430

52 Other unaffiliated

services(3) 507 532

Memoranda:

53 Balance on goods

(table F.2, line 71) -246,854 -345,559

54 Balance on private services

(line 1 minus line 27) 76,492 79,840

55 Balance on goods and private

services (lines 53 and 54) -170,362 -265,719

Seasonally adjusted

1999

II III IV

Exports of private services 63,070 63,905 65,759

Travel (table F.2, line 6) 18,564 18,695 19,482

Passenger fares

(table F.2, line 7) 4,902 5,105 4,955

Other transportation

(table F.2, line 8) 6,692 6,728 7,097

Freight 2,813 2,927 3,142

Port services 3,880 3,801 3,956

Royalties and license fees

(table F.2, line 9) 9,140 9,106 9,107

Affiliated 6,628 6,540 6,484

U.S. parents’ receipts 6,114 6,097 6,238

U.S. affiliates’ receipts 514 443 246

Unaffiliated 2,512 2,566 2,623

Industrial processes(1) 888 886 886

Other(2) 1,624 1,680 1,737

Other private services

(table F.2, line 10) 23,772 24,271 25,118

Affiliated services 6,937 7,127 7,527

U.S. parents’ receipts 4,336 4,569 4,693

U.S. affiliates’ receipts 2,601 2,558 2,834

Unaffiliated services 16,835 17,144 17,591

Education 2,377 2,417 2,435

Financial services 3,496 3,613 3,915

Insurance, net 563 579 599

Premiums received 2,043 2,091 2,135

Losses paid 1,480 1,512 1,536

Telecommunications 1,152 1,099 1,048

Business, professional,

and technical services 6,055 6,172 6,269

Other unaffiliated

services(3) 3,192 3,264 3,325

Imports of private services 43,122 44,096 45,567

Travel (table F.2, line 23) 14,718 14,799 15,274

Passenger fares

(table F.2, line 24) 5,274 5,348 5,568

Other transportation

(table F.2, line 25) 8,187 8,953 9,214

Freight 5,273 5,915 6,049

Port services 2,914 3,038 3,165

Royalties and license fees

(table F.2, line 26) 3,224 3,314 3,656

Affiliated 2,470 2,530 2,846

U.S. parents’ payments 508 536 590

U.S. affiliates’ payments 1,962 1,994 2,256

Unaffiliated 754 784 810

Industrial processes(1) 461 483 502

Other(2) 293 301 308

Other private services

(table F.2, line 27) 11,719 11,682 11,855

Affiliated services 5,703 5,677 5,795

U.S. parents’ payments 2,852 2,873 2,941

U.S. affiliates’ payments 2,851 2,804 2,854

Unaffiliated services 6,016 6,005 6,060

Education 453 469 486

Financial services 845 985 977

Insurance, net 988 884 972

Premiums paid 5,308 5,284 5,301

Losses recovered 4,320 4,400 4,329

Telecommunications 1,759 1,658 1,571

Business, professional,

and technical services 1,840 1,873 1,911

Other unaffiliated

services(3) 132 136 143

Memoranda:

Balance on goods

(table F.2, line 71) -83,984 -92,318 -96,233

Balance on private services

(line 1 minus line 27) 19,948 19,809 20,192

Balance on goods and private

services (lines 53 and 54) -64,036 -72,509 -76,041

Seasonally adjusted

2000

I II(r) III(p)

Exports of private services 68,471 70,274 70,332

Travel (table F.2, line 6) 20,431 21,363 21,567

Passenger fares

(table F.2, line 7) 5,062 5,387 5,475

Other transportation

(table F.2, line 8) 7,252 7,434 7,596

Freight 3,257 3,299 3,396

Port services 3,995 4,135 4,200

Royalties and license fees

(table F.2, line 9) 9,353 9,584 9,349

Affiliated 6,674 6,849 6,556

U.S. parents’ receipts 6,132 6,251 6,019

U.S. affiliates’ receipts 542 598 537

Unaffiliated 2,679 2,735 2,793

Industrial processes(1) 886 886 887

Other(2) 1,793 1,848 1,905

Other private services

(table F.2, line 10) 26,373 26,506 26,345

Affiliated services 8,059 7,748 7,540

U.S. parents’ receipts 4,534 4,687 4,561

U.S. affiliates’ receipts 3,525 3,061 2,979

Unaffiliated services 18,314 18,758 18,805

Education 2,484 2,518 2,566

Financial services 4,389 4,656 4,416

Insurance, net 625 651 678

Premiums received 2,178 2,220 2,262

Losses paid 1,553 1,568 1,584

Telecommunications 1,015 972 962

Business, professional,

and technical services 6,378 6,507 6,675

Other unaffiliated

services(3) 3,424 3,453 3,508

Imports of private services 47,492 48,408 51,185

Travel (table F.2, line 23) 15,837 16,044 16,704

Passenger fares

(table F.2, line 24) 5,777 5,944 6,203

Other transportation

(table F.2, line 25) 9,582 9,900 10,461

Freight 6,251 6,420 7,021

Port services 3,331 3,480 3,440

Royalties and license fees

(table F.2, line 26) 3,590 3,661 4,512

Affiliated 2,761 2,816 2,981

U.S. parents’ payments 621 629 658

U.S. affiliates’ payments 2,140 2,187 2,323

Unaffiliated 829 845 1,531

Industrial processes(1) 515 527 537

Other(2) 314 318 993

Other private services

(table F.2, line 27) 12,706 12,859 13,305

Affiliated services 6,176 6,001 5,884

U.S. parents’ payments 3,135 2,818 2,759

U.S. affiliates’ payments 3,041 3,183 3,125

Unaffiliated services 6,530 6,858 7,421

Education 502 524 543

Financial services 1,188 1,290 1,347

Insurance, net 1,182 1,408 1,851

Premiums paid 5,367 5,461 5,568

Losses recovered 4,185 4,053 3,717

Telecommunications 1,565 1,500 1,498

Business, professional,

and technical services 1,949 1,993 2,040

Other unaffiliated

services(3) 145 145 142

Memoranda:

Balance on goods

(table F.2, line 71) -105,838 -110,231 -115,416

Balance on private services

(line 1 minus line 27) 20,979 21,866 19,147

Balance on goods and private

services (lines 53 and 54) -84,859 -88,365 -96,269

(p) Preliminary.

(r) Revised.

(1.) Patented techniques, processes, and formulas and other

intangible property rights that are used in goods production.

(2.) Copyrights, trademarks, franchises, rights to broadcast

live events, and other intangible property rights.

(3.) Other unaffiliated services receipts (exports) include mainly

expenditures of foreign governments and international organizations

in the United States. Payments (imports) include mainly expenditures

of U.S. residents temporarily working abroad and film rentals.

NOTE.–The data in this table are from table 3 in “U.S.

International Transactions, Third Quarter 2000″ in the

January 2001 issue of the SURVEY.

Table G.1.–International Investment Position of the United States at

Yearend, 1998 and 1999

[Millions of dollars]

Changes in

position in

1999 (decrease

(-))

Attributable to:

Financial flows

Position,

Line Type of investment 1998 (a)

Net international position

of the United States:

1 With direct investment

positions at current

cost (line 3 less line

24) -1,111,813 -323,377

2 With direct investment

positions at market

value (line 4 less line

25) -1,407,670 -323,377

U.S.-owned assets abroad:

3 With direct investment

positions at current

cost (lines 5+10+15) 5,079,056 430,187

4 With direct investment

positions at market

value (lines 5+10+16) 6,045,544 430,187

5 U.S. official reserve

assets 146,006 -8,747

6 Gold 75,291 …..

7 Special drawing rights 10,603 -10

8 Reserve position in the

International Monetary

Fund 24,111 -5,484

9 Foreign currencies 36,001 -3,253

10 U.S. Government assets,

other than official

reserve assets 86,768 -2,751

11 U.S. credits and other

long-term assets(5) 84,850 -3,384

12 Repayable in dollars 84,528 -3,363

13 Other(6) 322 -21

14 U.S. foreign currency

holdings and U.S.

short-term assets 1,918 633

U.S. private assets:

15 With direct

investment at

current cost (lines

17+19+22+23) 4,846,282 441,685

16 With direct

investment at market

value (lines

18+19+22+23) 5,812,270 441,685

Direct investment

abroad:

17 At current cost 1,207,059 150,901

18 At market value 2,173,547 150,901

19 Foreign securities 2,052,929 128,594

20 Bonds 576,745 14,193

21 Corporate stocks 1,476,184 114,401

22 U.S. claims on

unaffiliated

foreigners reported by

U.S. nonbanking

concerns 565,466 92,328

23 U.S. claims reported by

U.S. banks, not

included elsewhere 1,020,828 69,862

Foreign-owned assets in the

United States:

24 With direct investment at

current cost (lines

25+33) 6,190,869 753,564

25 With direct investment

at market value (lines

25+34) 7,453,214 753,564

26 Foreign official assets

in the United States 837,701 42,864

27 U.S. Government

securities 620,285 32,527

28 U.S. Treasury

securities 589,023 12,177

29 Other 31,262 20,350

30 Other U.S. Government

liabilities(7) 18,000 -3,255

31 U.S. liabilities

reported by U.S.

banks, not included

elsewhere 125,883 12,692

32 Other foreign official

assets 73,533 900

Other foreign assets:

33 With direct

investment at

current cost (lines

35+37+38+41+42+43) 5,353,168 710,700

34 With direct

investment at market

value (lines

36+37+38+41+42+43) 6,615,513 710,700

Direct investment in

the United States:

35 At current cost 928,645 275,533

36 At market value 2,190,990 275,533

37 U.S. Treasury

securities 729,738 -20,464

38 U.S. securities other

than U.S. Treasury

securities 2,012,431 331,523

39 Corporate and other

bands 902,155 232,814

40 Corporate stocks 1,110,276 98,709

41 U.S. currency 228,250 22,407

42 U.S. liabilities to

unaffiliated

foreigners reported by

U.S. nonbanking

concerns 437,973 34,298

43 U.S. liabilities

reported by U.S.

banks, not included

elsewhere 1,016,131 67,403

Changes in position

in 1999 (decrease

(-))

Attributable to:

Valuation adjustments

Exchange

Price rate Other

Type of investment changes changes(1) changes(2)

Net international position

of the United States:

With direct investment

positions at current

cost (line 3 less line

24) 344,215 -60,235 68,702

With direct investment

positions at market

value (line 4 less line

25) 301,897 -57,364 12,829

U.S.-owned assets abroad:

With direct investment

positions at current

cost (lines 5+10+15) 455,115 -71,115 -4,215

With direct investment

positions at market

value (lines 5+10+16) 755,413 -63,035 5,264

U.S. official reserve

assets 642 -1,500 17

Gold (3)642 ….. (4)17

Special drawing rights ….. -257 …..

Reserve position in the

International Monetary

Fund ….. -677 …..

Foreign currencies ….. -566 …..

U.S. Government assets,

other than official

reserve assets ….. 7 202

U.S. credits and other

long-term assets(5) ….. -11 202

Repayable in dollars ….. ….. 202

Other(6) ….. -11 …..

U.S. foreign currency

holdings and U.S.

short-term assets ….. 18 …..

U.S. private assets:

With direct

investment at

current cost (lines

17+19+22+23) 454,473 -69,622 -4,434

With direct

investment at market

value (lines

18+19+22+23) 754,771 -61,542 5,045

Direct investment

abroad:

At current cost 5,475 -17,646 -14,602

At market value 305,773 -9,566 -5,123

Foreign securities 448,998 -47,135 …..

Bonds -31,341 -2,849 …..

Corporate stocks 480,339 -44,286 …..

U.S. claims on

unaffiliated

foreigners reported by

U.S. nonbanking

concerns ….. -8,037 -6,010

U.S. claims reported by

U.S. banks, not

included elsewhere ….. 3,196 16,178

Foreign-owned assets in the

United States:

With direct investment at

current cost (lines

25+33) 110,900 -10,880 -72,917

With direct investment

at market value (lines

25+34) 453,516 -5,671 -7,565

Foreign official assets

in the United States -11,231 ….. …..

U.S. Government

securities -23,905 ….. …..

U.S. Treasury

securities -22,975 ….. …..

Other -930 ….. …..

Other U.S. Government

liabilities(7) ….. ….. …..

U.S. liabilities

reported by U.S.

banks, not included

elsewhere ….. ….. …..

Other foreign official

assets 12,674 ….. …..

Other foreign assets:

With direct

investment at

current cost (lines

35+37+38+41+42+43) 122,131 -10,880 -72,917

With direct

investment at market

value (lines

36+37+38+41+42+43) 464,747 -5,671 -7,565

Direct investment in

the United States:

At current cost 1,766 -5,209 -75,521

At market value 344,382 ….. -10,169

U.S. Treasury

securities -48,552 ….. …..

U.S. securities other

than U.S. Treasury

securities 168,917 -3,549 …..

Corporate and other

bands -67,690 -3,549 …..

Corporate stocks 236,607

U.S. currency ….. ….. …..

U.S. liabilities to

unaffiliated

foreigners reported by

U.S. nonbanking

concerns ….. -1,050 2,604

U.S. liabilities

reported by U.S.

banks, not included

elsewhere ….. -1,072 …..

Changes in

position

in 1999

(decrease

(-))

Total

Type of investment (a+b+c+d) Position, 1999(p)

Net international position

of the United States:

With direct investment

positions at current

cost (line 3 less line

24) 29,305 -1,082,508

With direct investment

positions at market

value (line 4 less line

25) -66,015 -1,473,685

U.S.-owned assets abroad:

With direct investment

positions at current

cost (lines 5+10+15) 809,972 5,889,025

With direct investment

positions at market

value (lines 5+10+16) 1,127,829 7,173,373

U.S. official reserve

assets -9,588 136,418

Gold 659 75,950

Special drawing rights -267 10,336

Reserve position in the

International Monetary

Fund -6,161 17,950

Foreign currencies -3,819 32,182

U.S. Government assets,

other than official

reserve assets -2,542 84,226

U.S. credits and other

long-term assets(5) -3,193 81,657

Repayable in dollars -3,161 290

Other(6) -32

U.S. foreign currency

holdings and U.S.

short-term assets 651 2,569

U.S. private assets:

With direct

investment at

current cost (lines

17+19+22+23) 822,102 5,668,384

With direct

investment at market

value (lines

18+19+22+23) 1,139,959 6,952,729

Direct investment

abroad:

At current cost 124,128 1,331,187

At market value 441,985 2,615,532

Foreign securities 530,457 2,583,386

Bonds -19,997 556,748

Corporate stocks 550,454 2,026,638

U.S. claims on

unaffiliated

foreigners reported by

U.S. nonbanking

concerns 78,281 643,747

U.S. claims reported by

U.S. banks, not

included elsewhere 89,236 1,110,064

Foreign-owned assets in the

United States:

With direct investment at

current cost (lines

25+33) 780,567 6,971,536

With direct investment

at market value (lines

25+34) 1,193,844 8,647,058

Foreign official assets

in the United States 31,633 869,334

U.S. Government

securities 8,622 628,907

U.S. Treasury

securities -10,798 578,225

Other 19,420 50,682

Other U.S. Government

liabilities(7) -3,255 14,745

U.S. liabilities

reported by U.S.

banks, not included

elsewhere 12,692 138,575

Other foreign official

assets 13,574 87,107

Other foreign assets:

With direct

investment at

current cost (lines

35+37+38+41+42+43) 749,034 6,102,202

With direct

investment at market

value (lines

36+37+38+41+42+43) 1,162,211 7,777,724

Direct investment in

the United States:

At current cost 196,569 1,125,214

At market value 609,746 2,800,736

U.S. Treasury

securities -69,016 660,722

U.S. securities other

than U.S. Treasury

securities 496,891 2,509,322

Corporate and other

bands 161,575 1,063,730

Corporate stocks 335,316 1,445,592

U.S. currency 22,407 250,657

U.S. liabilities to

unaffiliated

foreigners reported by

U.S. nonbanking

concerns 35,852 473,825

U.S. liabilities

reported by U.S.

banks, not included

elsewhere 66,331 1,082,462

(p) Preliminary.

(r) Revised.

(1.) Represents gains or losses on foreign-currency-denominated

assets due to their revaluation at current exchange rates.

(2.) Includes changes in coverage, statistical discrepancies, and

other adjustments to the value of assets.

(3.) Reflects changes in the value of the official gold stock due

to fluctuations in the market price of old.

(4.) Reflects changes in gold stock from U.S. Treasury sales of

gold medallions and commemorative and bullion coins also reflects

replenishment through open market purchases. These demonetizations/

monetizations are not included in international transactions

financial flows.

(5.) Also includes paid-in capital subscriptions to international

financial institutions and outstanding amounts of miscellaneous claims

that have been settled through international agreements to be payable

to the U.S. Government over periods in excess of 1 year. Excludes

World War I debts that are not being serviced.

(6.) Includes indebtedness that the borrower may contractually, or at

its option, repay with its currency, with a third country’s currency,

with a third country’s currency, or by delivery of materials or

transfer of services.

(7.) Primarily U.S. Government liabilities associated with military

sales contrasts and other transactions arranged with or through

foreign official agencies.

NOTE.–The data in this table are from table 1 in “International

Investment Position of the United States at Yearend 1999″ in the July

2000 issue of the SURVEY OF CURRENT BUSINESS.

Table G.2.–U.S. Direct Investment Abroad: Selected Items,

by Country and by Industry of Foreign Affiliate, 1997-99

[Millions of dollars]

Direct investment position on a

historical-cost basis

1997 1998 1999

All countries,

all industries 871,316 1,014,012 1,132,622

By country

Canada 96,626 101,871 111,707

Europe 425,139 528,113 581,791

Of which:

France 36,630 42,067 39,984

Germany 40,726 46,405 49,617

Netherlands 68,619 93,592 106,436

Switzerland 30,634 40,144 51,227

United Kingdom 154,462 192,663 213,070

Latin America and Other

Western Hemisphere 180,818 200,477 223,182

Of which:

Bermuda 38,071 40,403 45,959

Brazil 35,778 38,195 35,003

Mexico 24,050 28,396 34,265

Panama 22,016 25,982 33,429

Africa 11,330 14,241 15,062

Middle East 8,836 10,632 11,137

Asia and Pacific 144,815 155,364 185,912

Of which:

Australia 28,404 31,150 33,662

Japan 33,854 35,633 47,786

International 3,752 3,315 3,832

By industry

Petroleum 84,116 92,964 99,925

Manufacturing 278,447 294,129 318,121

Food and kindred products 32,773 35,074 36,126

Chemicals and allied products 76,394 79,868 82,794

Primary and fabricated metals 15,898 18,776 18,803

Industrial machinery and

equipment 30,179 31,348 37,833

Electronic and other electric

equipment 31,308 32,398 38,449

Transportation equipment 35,537 33,939 36,013

Other manufacturing 56,357 62,725 68,103

Wholesale trade 64,929 70,014 80,148

Depository institutions 37,932 40,582 39,937

Finance (except depository

institutions), insurance,

and real estate 297,828 375,965 436,024

Services 46,533 60,696 68,763

Other industries 61,532 79,663 89,705

Capital outflows

(inflows (-))

1997 1998 1999

All countries,

all industries 95,769 134,083 138,510

By country

Canada 7,642 9,152 14,268

Europe 48,318 93,805 72,090

Of which:

France 2,971 3,805 786

Germany 2,464 3,284 5,875

Netherlands 12,450 24,034 7,980

Switzerland -792 9,418 11,910

United Kingdom 22,961 36,552 29,824

Latin America and Other

Western Hemisphere 21,539 16,830 19,522

Of which:

Bermuda 589 1,352 5,122

Brazil 7,138 4,834 455

Mexico 5,598 4,718 5,355

Panama 354 718 1,803

Africa 3,436 3,150 1,302

Middle East 619 2,150 1,417

Asia and Pacific 13,733 8,366 29,362

Of which:

Australia 1,209 4,697 4,063

Japan -339 1,394 10,616

International 482 631 549

By industry

Petroleum 11,555 8,517 8,892

Manufacturing 28,326 22,126 35,524

Food and kindred products 4,080 2,342 1,416

Chemicals and allied products 6,974 5,245 7,100

Primary and fabricated metals 408 2,954 808

Industrial machinery and

equipment 4,873 1,888 6,705

Electronic and other electric

equipment 2,727 1,866 6,231

Transportation equipment 4,667 -1,190 4,857

Other manufacturing 4,687 9,021 8,406

Wholesale trade 121 6,434 11,801

Depository institutions 1,508 2,140 -920

Finance (except depository

institutions), insurance,

and real estate 39,001 62,161 54,475

Services 4,306 12,210 10,778

Other industries 10,953 20,494 17,962

Income

1997 1998 1999

All countries,

all industries 104,794 92,775 105,001

By country

Canada 11,024 7,527 11,103

Europe 48,333 52,618 53,584

Of which:

France 2,688 2,066 1,644

Germany 3,707 5,256 4,243

Netherlands 11,588 11,804 12,482

Switzerland 5,071 6,614 6,566

United Kingdom 13,469 13,198 14,465

Latin America and Other

Western Hemisphere 21,723 17,262 18,578

Of which:

Bermuda 3,965 3,080 4,173

Brazil 4,965 2,906 1,626

Mexico 3,893 3,885 4,721

Panama 1,277 1,812 2,074

Africa 1,948 1,574 2,106

Middle East 1,340 825 949

Asia and Pacific 20,009 12,322 18,410

Of which:

Australia 3,674 1,880 2,495

Japan 3,511 1,917 4,102

International 416 647 271

By industry

Petroleum 12,508 7,597 10,213

Manufacturing 38,468 29,879 32,472

Food and kindred products 5,030 4,306 3,604

Chemicals and allied products 10,023 9,428 9,431

Primary and fabricated metals 1,376 1,281 1,365

Industrial machinery and

equipment 5,022 3,986 3,450

Electronic and other electric

equipment 4,663 2,147 3,737

Transportation equipment 5,478 2,495 4,371

Other manufacturing 6,876 6,237 6,514

Wholesale trade 9,047 9,909 10,560

Depository institutions 3,286 743 1,693

Finance (except depository

institutions), insurance,

and real estate 31,986 34,921 37,867

Services 6,109 5,955 8,193

Other industries 3,391 3,770 4,003

NOTE.–In this table, unlike in the international transactions

accounts, income and capital outflows are shown without a

current-cost adjustment, and income is shown net of withholding

taxes. In addition, unlike in the international investment position,

the direct investment position is valued at historical cost.

The data in this table are from tables 16 and 17 in “U.S. Direct

Investment Abroad: Detail for Historical-Cost Position and Related

Capital and Income Flows, 1999″ in the September 2000 issue of the

SURVEY OF CURRENT BUSINESS.

Table G.3.–Selected Financial and Operating Data for Nonbank

Foreign Affiliates and Majority-Owned Nonbank Foreign

Affiliates of U.S. Companies by Country and by Industry

of Affiliate, 1998

All nonbank affiliates

Millions of dollars

Total Net

assets Sales income

All countries, all industries 4,000,842 2,443,350 155,292

By country

Canada 313,647 263,849 10,666

Europe 2,302,253 1,331,199 90,889

Of which:

France 171,797 141,586 4,391

Germany 279,338 253,825 11,759

Netherlands 244,324 140,385 16,601

United Kingdom 1,025,588 366,114 15,646

Latin America and Other Western

Hemisphere 570,042 297,670 31,792

Of which:

Brazil 129,977 83,715 5,003

Mexico 99,105 98,344 8,861

Africa 47,990 28,033 2,155

Middle East 40,169 22,443 1,506

Asia and Pacific 707,708 492,388 17,224

Of which:

Australia 96,615 65,874 2,629

Japan 298,485 182,288 4,006

International 19,032 7,768 1,060

By industry

Petroleum 341,685 340,447 10,269

Manufacturing 982,117 1,087,302 56,908

Food and kindred products 129,038 133,141 7,492

Chemicals and allied products 236,473 200,698 19,537

Primary and fabricated metals 51,675 43,506 1,870

Industrial machinery and equipment 131,304 173,128 8,266

Electronic and other electric

equipment 90,176 110,418 3,231

Transportation equipment 147,949 241,818 5,604

Other manufacturing 195,501 184,593 10,909

Wholesale trade 244,358 438,792 16,207

Finance (except depository

institutions), insurance, and real

estate 1,794,120 154,402 51,409

Services 194,427 150,262 7,500

Other industries 444,134 272,145 12,998

All nonbank affiliates

Millions of dollars

U.S. U.S.

exports exports

of of

goods goods

shipped shipped

to to

affiliates affiliates

All countries, all industries 217,153 187,610

By country

Canada 67,776 70,577

Europe 63,782 36,638

Of which:

France (D) 3,907

Germany 8,322 4,542

Netherlands (D) (D)

United Kingdom 13,839 9,924

Latin America and Other Western

Hemisphere 37,081 37,759

Of which:

Brazil 4,168 2,882

Mexico 24,660 27,223

Africa 887 (D)

Middle East 938 (D)

Asia and Pacific 46,689 39,734

Of which:

Australia 4,761 1,290

Japan 13,514 4,773

International 0 0

By industry

Petroleum 4,762 11,414

Manufacturing 136,201 156,492

Food and kindred products 3,501 5,161

Chemicals and allied products 15,429 10,117

Primary and fabricated metals 3,253 3,597

Industrial machinery and equipment 21,487 34,919

Electronic and other electric

equipment 21,574 25,787

Transportation equipment 54,872 62,580

Other manufacturing 16,085 14,329

Wholesale trade 69,521 16,740

Finance (except depository

institutions), insurance, and real

estate 31 8

Services 2,047 814

Other industries 4,590 2,142

Majority-owned

nonbank foreign

affiliates

(MOFA’s)

All

nonbank Millions

affiliates of

Dollars

Thousands

of Total

Employees assets

All countries, all industries 8,388.0 3,434,808

By country

Canada 935.3 284,995

Europe 3,532.2 2,093,970

Of which:

France 501.1 146,118

Germany 643.1 233,313

Netherlands 179.9 226,984

United Kingdom 1,038.7 973,745

Latin America and Other Western

Hemisphere 1,807.4 434,375

Of which:

Brazil 395.1 84,673

Mexico 907.1 55,006

Africa 202.9 35,867

Middle East 88.6 16,591

Asia and Pacific 1,810.8 558,121

Of which:

Australia 291.0 75,555

Japan 404.2 232,322

International 10.9 10,888

By industry

Petroleum 241.8 252,603

Manufacturing 4,652.9 839,666

Food and kindred products 648.6 95,898

Chemicals and allied products 609.3 209,859

Primary and fabricated metals 228.4 43,460

Industrial machinery and equipment 602.1 123,477

Electronic and other electric

equipment 781.8 82,424

Transportation equipment 752.4 118,489

Other manufacturing 1032.4 166,060

Wholesale trade 601.2 238,236

Finance (except depository

institutions), insurance, and real

estate 239.5 1,732,655

Services 1086.6 173,177

Other industries 1,566.0 198,472

Majority-owned nonbank

foreign affiliates (MOFA’s)

Millions of dollars

Net Gross

Sales income product

All countries, all industries 2,027,782 136,957 510,735

By country

Canada 242,668 9,992 54,739

Europe 1,148,312 84,422 303,505

Of which:

France 123,941 4,538 35,915

Germany 188,259 9,820 56,464

Netherlands 118,114 14,904 20,243

United Kingdom 334,572 16,128 90,735

Latin America and Other Western

Hemisphere 230,736 22,728 61,336

Of which:

Brazil 64,555 3,239 21,922

Mexico 65,147 4,114 13,961

Africa 20,830 1,551 6,752

Middle East 9,340 784 3,764

Asia and Pacific 371,509 16,796 79,129

Of which:

Australia 52,315 2,209 16,756

Japan 103,644 3,133 23,648

International 4,387 684 1,510

By industry

Petroleum 233,056 6,988 89,484

Manufacturing 954,037 52,342 251,442

Food and kindred products 108,529 6,362 26,570

Chemicals and allied products 179,830 18,517 55,040

Primary and fabricated metals 35,206 1,546 10,729

Industrial machinery and equipment 163,797 8,088 34,758

Electronic and other electric

equipment 103,537 3,003 22,774

Transportation equipment 204,365 5,472 41,618

Other manufacturing 158,773 9,355 59,952

Wholesale trade 420,288 15,893 59,109

Finance (except depository

institutions), insurance, and real

estate 146,236 49,514 22,912

Services 135,679 7,120 52,509

Other industries 138,486 5,099 35,279

Majority-owned nonbank

foreign affiliates

(MOFA’s)

Millions of dollars

U.S. U.S.

exports exports

of goods of goods

shipped shipped

to MOFA’s to MOFA’s

All countries, all industries 210,634 178,150

By country

Canada 65,988 67,601

Europe 62,802 35,463

Of which:

France 5,362 3,729

Germany 8,304 4,519

Netherlands 13,605 2,739

United Kingdom 13,803 9,854

Latin America and Other Western

Hemisphere 35,677 36,271

Of which:

Brazil 4,015 2,753

Mexico 23,802 26,061

Africa 856 1,542

Middle East 696 855

Asia and Pacific 44,615 6,419

Of which:

Australia 4,731 1,217

Japan 12,185 2,003

International 0 0

By industry

Petroleum 4,655 11,383

Manufacturing 31,652 147,637

Food and kindred products 1 3,187 4,788

Chemicals and allied products 14,707 9,661

Primary and fabricated metals 3,004 3,274

Industrial machinery and equipment 21,211 34,193

Electronic and other electric

equipment 21,462 24,972

Transportation equipment 52,939 57,746

Other manufacturing 15,141 13,002

Wholesale trade 68,119 16,468

Finance (except depository

institutions), insurance, and real

estate 27 8

Services 2,010 813

Other industries 4,172 1,840

Majority-owned

nonbank foreign

affiliates

(MOFA’s)

Thousands of

employees

All countries, all industries 6,899.9

By country

Canada 862.1

Europe 3,145.2

Of which:

France 447.9

Germany 590.0

Netherlands 167.5

United Kingdom 953.5

Latin America and Other Western

Hemisphere 1,416.4

Of which:

Brazil 341.5

Mexico 668.9

Africa 111.2

Middle East 49.5

Asia and Pacific 1,305.4

Of which:

Australia 221.6

Japan 187.8

International 10.1

By industry

Petroleum 176.9

Manufacturing 3,977.3

Food and kindred products 434.9

Chemicals and allied products 543.6

Primary and fabricated metals 190.0

Industrial machinery and equipment 563.6

Electronic and other electric

equipment 721.4

Transportation equipment 642.0

Other manufacturing 881.7

Wholesale trade 569.7

Finance (except depository

institutions), insurance, and real

estate 222.0

Services 962.8

Other industries 991.1

(D) Suppressed to avoid disclosure of data of individual companies.

NOTE.–The data in this table are from “U.S. Multinational

Companies: Operations in 1998″ in the July 2000 issue of the

SURVEY OF CURRENT BUSINESS.

Table G.4.–Foreign Direct Investment in the United States:

Selected Items, by Country of Foreign Parent and by Industry

of Affiliate, 1997-99

[Millions of dollars]

Direct investment position

on a historical-cost basis

1997 1998 1999

All countries,

all industries 689,834 793,748 986,668

By country

Canada 65,144 74,143 79,716

Europe 433,876 528,601 685,845

Of which:

France 49,515 58,051 77,622

Germany 70,901 94,404 111,138

Luxembourg 11,433 26,650 54,894

Netherlands 87,584 98,926 130,703

Switzerland 37,874 48,403 55,280

United Kingdom 130,883 143,165 183,145

Latin America and Other

Western Hemisphere 33,008 27,854 44,591

Of which:

Bermuda 3,506 3,740 13,054

Mexico 3,244 2,432 3,612

Panama 5,898 6,504 5,896

United Kingdom

Islands–Caribbean 11,425 9,009 13,883

Africa 1,464 862 1,545

Middle East 6,585 6,346 7,087

Asia and Pacific 149,757 155,943 167,884

Of which:

Australia 13,977 12,883 10,818

Japan 126,464 134,590 148,947

By industry

Petroleum 42,632 51,729 55,940

Manufacturing 271,287 334,898 391,013

Food and kindred products 26,196 22,026 16,717

Chemicals and allied products 86,558 95,662 103,465

Primary and fabricated metals 20,466 19,340 21,808

Machinery 51,693 62,067 76,584

Other manufacturing 86,373 135,803 172,440

Wholesale trade 86,248 89,980 108,936

Retail trade 17,546 21,090 23,386

Depository institutions 38,956 43,804 60,118

Finance, except depository

institutions 44,024 45,895 52,133

Insurance 71,327 77,785 101,760

Real estate 38,922 43,558 44,720

Services 35,410 41,271 57,558

Other industries 3,481 43,741 91,106

Capital inflows

(outflows (-))

1997 1998 1999

All countries,

all industries 103,513 181,764 271,169

By country

Canada 10,838 16,012 12,228

Europe 71,860 160,722 234,548

Of which:

France 10,932 10,371 19,310

Germany 12,186 42,110 22,701

Luxembourg 5,334 14,299 25,888

Netherlands 12,710 9,606 32,845

Switzerland 8,611 6,392 4,930

United Kingdom 11,395 65,701 116,605

Latin America and Other

Western Hemisphere 3,819 -2,817 16,787

Of which:

Bermuda 1,853 -139 9,737

Mexico 323 1,057 1,214

Panama 328 1,121 -124

United Kingdom

Islands–Caribbean 3,457 -2,082 4,351

Africa 434 -593 415

Middle East 768 509 371

Asia and Pacific 15,795 7,931 6,820

Of which:

Australia 1,821 904 -2,507

Japan 10,559 7,563 9,529

By industry

Petroleum 3,847 58,813 5,558

Manufacturing 34,218 87,010 72,610

Food and kindred products -1,793 -5,031 -2,285

Chemicals and allied products 11,804 10,340 9,416

Primary and fabricated metals 2,067 853 1,619

Machinery 11,147 19,675 24,132

Other manufacturing 10,992 61,173 39,729

Wholesale trade 13,020 10,364 11,853

Retail trade 3,181 4,123 2,478

Depository institutions 7,626 4,618 18,331

Finance, except depository

institutions 6,970 2,388 8,793

Insurance 12,922 5,537 27,014

Real estate 5,149 2,980 1,341

Services 4,680 6,764 16,876

Other industries 11,901 -832 106,315

Income

1997 1998 1999

All countries

all industries 40,359 32,782 51,004

By country

Canada 2,840 1,563 1,482

Europe 30,883 25,722 42,504

Of which:

France 2,851 1,475 3,035

Germany 3,361 4,860 6,244

Luxembourg 476 1,162 2,766

Netherlands 6,957 5,618 8,638

Switzerland 3,110 1,582 5,181

United Kingdom 10,925 6,929 12,355

Latin America and Other

Western Hemisphere 1,730 907 1,155

Of which:

Bermuda 232 172 222

Mexico 199 246 260

Panama 725 872 753

United Kingdom

Islands–Caribbean 149 -339 244

Africa -352 -90 -78

Middle East 576 371 165

Asia and Pacific 4,682 4,309 5,777

Of which:

Australia 36 -245 -569

Japan 5,513 5,160 5,892

By industry

Petroleum 4,110 1,383 5,113

Manufacturing 17,842 19,795 27,570

Food and kindred products 1,384 594 1,631

Chemicals and allied products 5,270 6,815 6,604

Primary and fabricated metals 1,486 1,784 1,458

Machinery 2,691 1,417 2,362

Other manufacturing 7,011 9,184 15,514

Wholesale trade 4,148 4,435 7,381

Retail trade 446 766 1,830

Depository institutions 3,860 2,694 2,934

Finance, except depository

institutions 1,949 -1,975 -138

Insurance 4,599 3,795 4,383

Real estate 584 490 939

Services 985 1,067 2,157

Other industries 1,835 333 -1,166

NOTE.–In this table, unlike the international transactions accounts,

income and capital inflows are shown without a current-cost

adjustment, and income is shown net of withholding taxes. In

addition, unlike in the international investment position, the

direct investment position is valued at historical cost.

The data in this table are from tables 16 and 17 in “Foreign Direct

Investment in the United States: Detail for Historical-Cost Position

and Related Capital and Income Flows, 1999″ in the

September 2000 issue of the SURVEY OF CURRENT BUSINESS.

Table G.5.–Selected Financial and Operating Data of Nonbank U.S.

Affiliates and Majority-Owned Nonbank U.S. Affiliates of Foreign

Companies by Country of Ultimate Beneficial Owner and by Industry

of Affiliate, 1998 Majority-owned nonbank affiliates

All nonbank affiliates

Millions of dollars

Total Net Gross

assets Sales income product

All countries,

all industries 3,525,885 1,881,865 33,276 418,138

By country

Canada 371,546 153,157 2,868 40,425

Europe 2,234,177 1,080,158 25,779 267,066

Of which:

France 387,383 142,434 1,505 37,349

Germany 427,162 282,786 8,780 66,597

Netherlands 320,861 145,575 1,200 29,464

Sweden 45,528 34,423 359 7,679

Switzerland 454,836 105,372 4,395 28,039

United Kingdom 493,554 269,069 8,499 76,214

Latin America and Other

Western Hemisphere 75,307 60,235 972 16,995

Of which:

Bermuda 24,778 18,474 679 5,806

Mexico 7,807 9,217 132 1,582

Panama 3,362 2,601 -191 943

United Kingdom

Islands–Caribbean 8,158 3,223 -40 1,009

Venezuela 12,175 15,360 554 5,301

Africa 12,923 12,233 263 2,543

Middle East 17,959 16,094 439 4,614

Asia and Pacific 670,164 535,198 -392 78,714

Of which:

Australia 59,088 27,764 -720 6,633

Japan 560,799 453,381 2,059 65,482

United States 143,808 24,791 3,346 7,780

By industry(1)

Manufacturing 878,864 834,398 17,025 224,372

Of which:

Food 44,315 49,815 743 10,796

Chemicals 199,557 141,875 3,226 42,935

Primary and

fabricated metals 66,493 66,578 1,644 17,250

Machinery 42,770 49,751 855 14,622

Computers and

electronic

products 81,604 97,391 -1,922 19,402

Electrical

equipment,

appliances,

and components 30,535 32,865 1,157 9,925

Transportation

equipment 143,045 169,701 6,957 36,056

Wholesale trade 283,125 491,520 3,884 51,292

Retail trade 51,304 97,275 1,373 26,032

Information 156,163 74,060 -788 23,186

Of which:

Publishing

industries 51,457 23,676 1,034 9,595

Broadcasting and

telecommunications 77,942 35,036 -2,438 9,616

Finance (except

depository

institutions) and

insurance 1,789,405 187,956 10,292 23,954

Real estate and rental

and leasing 123,474 21,121 1,411 9,679

Professional,

scientific, and

technical services 24,332 20,541 -202 7,961

Other industries 219,218 154,995 281 51,662

All nonbank affiliates

Millions of dollars

U.S. exports U.S. imports

Thousands of goods of goods

of shipped by shipped to

employees affiliates affiliates

All countries,

all industries 5,633.0 150,836 289,679

By country

Canada 661.9 8,118 15,484

Europe 3,563.5 80,329 119,590

Of which:

France 525.7 15,140 12,649

Germany 782.4 28,987 55,246

Netherlands 406.8 4,124 10,842

Sweden 105.3 3,880 6,562

Switzerland 375.5 5,640 6,815

United Kingdom 986.8 16,700 15,555

Latin America and Other

Western Hemisphere 222.0 5,537 10,276

Of which:

Bermuda 118.3 (D) 857

Mexico 29.2 720 3,001

Panama 13.4 599 200

United Kingdom

Islands–Caribbean 19.1 17 350

Venezuela 9.1 115 (D)

Africa 20.7 788 875

Middle East 73.1 814 2,358

Asia and Pacific 1,031.0 54,303 140,248

Of which:

Australia 83.8 1,404 1,307

Japan 835.9 45,989 122,315

United States 60.7 946 849

By industry(1)

Manufacturing 2,539.6 87,581 126,924

Of which:

Food 159.0 3,023 2,498

Chemicals 380.0 14,930 14,429

Primary and

fabricated metals 224.1 5,212 8,893

Machinery 209.7 7,936 7,438

Computers and

electronic

products 282.9 14,306 26,771

Electrical

equipment,

appliances,

and components 167.6 4,957 2,967

Transportation

equipment 368.2 24,609 45,241

Wholesale trade 526.9 56,127 155,164

Retail trade 679.2 1,401 4,089

Information 266.9 870 208

Of which:

Publishing

industries 105.1 717 (D)

Broadcasting and

telecommunications 106.0 1 (D)

Finance (except

depository

institutions) and

insurance 234.9 4 49

Real estate and rental

and leasing 39.1 27 224

Professional,

scientific, and

technical services 104.5 283 232

Other industries 1,241.9 4,542 2,790

Majority-owned nonbank affiliates

Millions of dollars

Total Net Gross

assets Sales income product

All countries,

all industries 3,043,966 1,623,767 23,970 352,756

By country

Canada 347,913 133,495 2,758 34,635

Europe 2,019,390 929,236 19,460 228,162

Of which:

France 334,708 106,113 232 25,347

Germany 402,534 254,117 7,341 57,658

Netherlands 294,479 114,442 549 26,314

Sweden 45,177 33,848 339 7,542

Switzerland 415,446 87,216 2,491 22,955

United Kingdom 447,428 254,152 6,774 71,064

Latin America and Other

Western Hemisphere 57,272 52,367 872 15,421

Of which:

Bermuda (D) 18,242 721 5,793

Mexico 7,053 8,160 102 1,300

Panama 3,240 2,536 -195 (D)

United Kingdom

Islands–Caribbean 6,714 2,711 221 1,017

Venezuela (D) (D) (D) (D)

Africa (D) (D) (D) (D)

Middle East 15,149 10,869 552 2,422

Asia and Pacific 587,556 463,007 530 67,496

Of which:

Australia 50,895 22,698 -713 5,421

Japan 491,406 412,991 2,691 56,617

United States (D) (D) (D) (D)

By industry(1)

Manufacturing 793,094 730,082 14,934 201,870

Of which:

Food 41,771 46,103 677 9,716

Chemicals 186,187 130,516 2,836 39,637

Primary and

fabricated metals 50,641 48,372 1,091 13,104

Machinery 39,535 45,604 1,053 13,667

Computers and

electronic

products 73,184 87,159 -1,895 17,810

Electrical

equipment,

appliances,

and components 29,618 31,570 1,100 9,545

Transportation

equipment 138,545 160,177 6,569 33,862

Wholesale trade 268,168 462,280 2,817 47,122

Retail trade 38,872 68,812 723 17,043

Information 99,165 49,587 34 13,746

Of which:

Publishing

industries (D) 19,853 -103 6,948

Broadcasting and

telecommunications 28,139 14,685 -485 2,795

Finance (except

depository

institutions) and

insurance 1,556,470 162,016 4,895 19,970

Real estate and rental

and leasing 101,316 17,582 1,047 7,678

Professional,

scientific, and

technical services 19,093 17,486 3 6,665

Other industries 167,788 115,922 -482 38,663

Majority-owned nonbank affiliates

Millions of dollars

U.S. exports U.S. imports

Thousands of goods of goods

of shipped by shipped to

employees affiliates affiliates

All countries,

all industries 4,655.0 137,912 277,599

By country

Canada 541.4 7,846 15,063

Europe 2,936.0 72,698 117,772

Of which:

France 306.4 (D) 12,383

Germany 638.3 27,875 54,783

Netherlands 396.8 3,952 10,791

Sweden 103.7 3,860 6,514

Switzerland 285.3 5,280 6,654

United Kingdom 916.3 16,254 15,070

Latin America and Other

Western Hemisphere 204.7 5,272 8,458

Of which:

Bermuda 116.3 (D) 855

Mexico 24.4 (D) (D)

Panama J 599 200

United Kingdom

Islands–Caribbean 15.7 16 349

Venezuela I (D) (D)

Africa J (D) (D)

Middle East 52.7 792 (D)

Asia and Pacific 871.0 50,051 133,994

Of which:

Australia 67.4 679 (D)

Japan 715.2 42,775 117,569

United States K (D) 743

By industry(1)

Manufacturing 2,285.3 80,843 118,121

Of which:

Food 141.3 2,931 2,439

Chemicals 349.0 13,538 13,936

Primary and

fabricated metals 188.5 3,915 6,941

Machinery 196.1 7,133 6,675

Computers and

electronic

products 259.4 13,417 26,101

Electrical

equipment,

appliances,

and components 162.4 4,748 2,934

Transportation

equipment 344.8 23,638 43,140

Wholesale trade 487.9 50,332 152,884

Retail trade 493.5 (D) 3,399

Information 179.3 (D) (D)

Of which:

Publishing

industries 95.9 (D) (D)

Broadcasting and

telecommunications 29.6 1 1

Finance (except

depository

institutions) and

insurance 198.2 4 49

Real estate and rental

and leasing 35.4 27 224

Professional,

scientific, and

technical services 80.7 263 (D)

Other industries 914.7 4,428 2,543

(D) Suppressed to avoid disclosure of data of individual companies.

(1.) The industry classification system used to classify the data for

U.S. affiliates is based on the North American Industry Classification

System. Prior to 1997, the affiliate data were classified using an

industry classification system based on the Standard Industrial

Classification system.

NOTE.–The data in this table are from BEA’s annual survey of the

operations of U.S. affiliates of foreign companies; see “U.S.

Affiliates of Foreign Companies: Operations in 1998,” in the August

2000 issue of the SURVEY OF CURRENT BUSINESS.

Size ranges are given in employment cells that are suppressed. The

size ranges are: A–1 to 499; F–500 to 999; G–1,000 to 2,499;

H–2,500 to 4,999; I–5,000 to 9,999; J–10,000 to 24,999; K–25,000

to 49,999; L–50,000 to 99,999; M–100,000 or more.

H. International Perspectives

Quarterly data in this table are shown in the middle month of the quarter.

Table H.1.–International Perspectives

1999 2000

Exchange rates

per U.S. dollar

(not seasonally

adjusted)(1)

Canada (Can.$/US$) 1.4858 1.4855

Euro zone (US$/Euro)(2) 1.0653 .9234

Japan ([yen]/US [cts.]) 1.1373 1.0782

Mexico (Peso/US$) 9.5530 9.4590

United Kingdom (US$/[pounds sterling]) 1.6172 1.5159

Addendum:

Exchange value of the U.S. dollar(3) 116.87 119.93

Unemployment

rates (percent,

monthly data

seasonally

adjusted)

Canada 7.6 6.8

France 11.2 9.7

Germany 10.5 9.6

Italy 11.4 10.6

Japan 4.7 4.8

Mexico 2.5 2.1

United Kingdom 4.3 3.7

Addendum:

United States 4.2 4.0

Consumer prices

(monthly data

seasonally

adjusted,

1995=100)

Canada 106.1 109.0

France 104.6 106.3

Germany 104.9 106.9

Italy 110.0 112.8

Japan 102.2 101.5

Mexico 219.1 239.9

United Kingdom 111.0 114.2

Addendum:

United States 109.3 113.0

Real gross

domestic product

(percent change

from preceding

quarter, quarterly

data seasonally

adjusted at annual

rates)

Canada 4.5 4.7

France 3.2 3.2

Germany 1.4 …..

Italy 1.4 …..

Japan .8 …..

Mexico 3.8 6.9

United Kingdom 2.3 3.0

Addendum:

United States 4.2 5.0

Short-term,

3-month,

interest rates

(percent, not

seasonally

adjusted)

Canada 4.83 5.61

Euro zone 2.97 4.39

Japan .25 …..

Mexico 22.38 16.15

United Kingdom 5.45 6.10

Addendum:

United States 4.66 5.84

Long-term

interest rates,

government bond

yields (percent,

not seasonally

adjusted)

Canada 5.68 5.92

Euro zone 4.66 5.44

France 4.94 5.89

Germany 4.5 5.27

Italy 4.73 5.58

Japan 1.75 1.75

United Kingdom 5.08 5.31

Addendum:

United States 5.65 6.03

Share price

indices (not

seasonally

adjusted,

1995=100)

Canada 159.2 216.7

France 234.6 321.7

Germany 204.9 260.3

Italy 246 319

Japan 100 …..

Mexico 240.3 293.6

United Kingdom 168.4 178.5

Addendum:

United States 213 221.4

1999

Nov. Dec.

Exchange rates

per U.S. dollar

(not seasonally

adjusted)(1)

Canada (Can.$/US$) 1.4674 1.4722

Euro zone (US$/Euro)(2) 11.0328 11.0110

Japan ([yen]/US [cts.]) 1.0465 1.0258

Mexico (Peso/US$) 9.4160 9.4270

United Kingdom (US$/[pounds sterling]) 1.6205 1.6132

Addendum:

Exchange value of the U.S. dollar(3) 116.08 116.09

Unemployment

rates (percent,

monthly data

seasonally

adjusted)

Canada 6.9 6.8

France 10.8 10.6

Germany 10.4 10.2

Italy 11.0 …..

Japan 4.6 4.7

Mexico 2.1 2.0

United Kingdom 4.1 4.1

Addendum:

United States 4.1 4.1

Consumer prices

(monthly data

seasonally

adjusted,

1995=100)

Canada 106.9 107.0

France 104.8 105.4

Germany 105.2 105.5

Italy 111.0 111.1

Japan 102.0 101.7

Mexico 226.6 228.8

United Kingdom 111.8 112.2

Addendum:

United States 110.5 110.8

Real gross

domestic product

(percent change

from preceding

quarter, quarterly

data seasonally

adjusted at annual

rates)

Canada 5.1 …..

France 4.5 …..

Germany 3.1 …..

Italy 2.3 …..

Japan -5.8 …..

Mexico 5.4 …..

United Kingdom 3.3 …..

Addendum:

United States 8.3 …..

Short-term,

3-month,

interest rates

(percent, not

seasonally

adjusted)

Canada 4.86 5.12

Euro zone 3.47 3.44

Japan .34 .26

Mexico 18.68 17.65

United Kingdom 5.78 5.96

Addendum:

United States 5.07 5.23

Long-term

interest rates,

government bond

yields (percent,

not seasonally

adjusted)

Canada 6.15 6.22

Euro zone 5.18 5.30

France 5.66 5.81

Germany 5.0 5.2

Italy 5.25 5.36

Japan 1.82 1.77

United Kingdom 5.28 5.38

Addendum:

United States 6.03 6.28

Share price

indices (not

seasonally

adjusted,

1995=100)

Canada 169.7 189.8

France 264.9 289.3

Germany 218.1 234.8

Italy 241 271

Japan 117 119

Mexico 276.5 321.3

United Kingdom 175.0 185.1

Addendum:

United States 218 219

2000

Jan. Feb.

Exchange rates

per U.S. dollar

(not seasonally

adjusted)(1)

Canada (Can.$/US$) 1.4486 1.4512

Euro zone (US$/Euro)(2) 11.0131 .9834

Japan ([yen]/US [cts.]) 1.0530 1.0939

Mexico (Peso/US$) 9.4940 9.4270

United Kingdom (US$/[pounds sterling]) 1.6404 1.6000

Addendum:

Exchange value of the U.S. dollar(3) 115.95 117.44

Unemployment

rates (percent,

monthly data

seasonally

adjusted)

Canada 6.8 6.8

France 10.5 10.2

Germany 10.1 10.0

Italy ….. 11.2

Japan 4.7 4.9

Mexico 2.3 2.4

United Kingdom 4.0 4.0

Addendum:

United States 4.0 4.1

Consumer prices

(monthly data

seasonally

adjusted,

1995=100)

Canada 106.9 107.5

France 105.4 105.5

Germany 105.8 106.2

Italy 111.3 111.7

Japan 101.4 101.3

Mexico 231.9 234.0

United Kingdom 111.8 112.4

Addendum:

United States 111.0 111.6

Real gross

domestic product

(percent change

from preceding

quarter, quarterly

data seasonally

adjusted at annual

rates)

Canada ….. 5.5

France ….. 2.2

Germany ….. 3.6

Italy ….. 4.4

Japan ….. 10.0

Mexico ….. 7.7

United Kingdom ….. 1.2

Addendum:

United States ….. 4.8

Short-term,

3-month,

interest rates

(percent, not

seasonally

adjusted)

Canada 5.04 5.07

Euro zone 3.34 3.54

Japan .12 .10

Mexico 17.43 16.44

United Kingdom 6.05 6.15

Addendum:

United States 5.34 5.57

Long-term

interest rates,

government bond

yields (percent,

not seasonally

adjusted)

Canada 6.48 6.19

Euro zone 5.70 5.66

France 6.11 5.96

Germany 5.5 5.5

Italy 5.75 5.73

Japan 1.69 1.8

United Kingdom 5.82 5.62

Addendum:

United States 6.66 6.52

Share price

indices (not

seasonally

adjusted,

1995=100)

Canada 191.3 205.9

France 295.1 316.7

Germany 253.6 279.6

Italy 283 320

Japan 120 124

Mexico 296.7 332.0

United Kingdom 183.7 178.2

Addendum:

United States 218 208

2000

Mar. Apr.

Exchange rates

per U.S. dollar

(not seasonally

adjusted)(1)

Canada (Can.$/US$) 1.4608 1.4689

Euro zone (US$/Euro)(2) .9643 .9449

Japan ([yen]/US [cts.]) 1.0631 1.0563

Mexico (Peso/US$) 9.2890 9.3940

United Kingdom (US$/[pounds sterling]) 1.5799 1.5823

Addendum:

Exchange value of the U.S. dollar(3) 117.24 117.63

Unemployment

rates (percent,

monthly data

seasonally

adjusted)

Canada 6.8 6.8

France 10.0 9.9

Germany 10.1 9.6

Italy ….. …..

Japan 4.9 4.8

Mexico 2.2 2.5

United Kingdom 3.9 3.8

Addendum:

United States 4.1 3.9

Consumer prices

(monthly data

seasonally

adjusted,

1995=100)

Canada 108.2 107.9

France 106.0 106.0

Germany 106.4 106.4

Italy 112.0 112.1

Japan 101.5 101.7

Mexico 235.3 236.6

United Kingdom 113.0 114.1

Addendum:

United States 112.3 112.3

Real gross

domestic product

(percent change

from preceding

quarter, quarterly

data seasonally

adjusted at annual

rates)

Canada ….. …..

France ….. …..

Germany ….. …..

Italy ….. …..

Japan ….. …..

Mexico ….. …..

United Kingdom ….. …..

Addendum:

United States ….. …..

Short-term,

3-month,

interest rates

(percent, not

seasonally

adjusted)

Canada 5.35 5.39

Euro zone 3.75 3.93

Japan ….. …..

Mexico 14.46 14.37

United Kingdom 6.15 6.20

Addendum:

United States 5.72 5.67

Long-term

interest rates,

government bond

yields (percent,

not seasonally

adjusted)

Canada 5.93 5.90

Euro zone 5.49 5.41

France 5.73 5.84

Germany 5.3 5.2

Italy 5.58 5.47

Japan 1.8 1.7

United Kingdom 5.36 5.30

Addendum:

United States 6.26 5.99

Share price

indices (not

seasonally

adjusted,

1995=100)

Canada 213.4 210.8

France 329.7 318.2

Germany 293.8 272.9

Italy 337 309

Japan ….. …..

Mexico 336.7 299.2

United Kingdom 189.8 178.7

Addendum:

United States 214 222

2000

May June

Exchange rates

per U.S. dollar

(not seasonally

adjusted)(1)

Canada (Can.$/US$) 1.4957 1.4770

Euro zone (US$/Euro)(2) .9059 .9505

Japan ([yen]/US [cts.]) 1.0832 1.0613

Mexico (Peso/US$) 9.5060 9.8340

United Kingdom (US$/[pounds sterling]) 1.5090 1.5092

Addendum:

Exchange value of the U.S. dollar(3) 120.20 118.94

Unemployment

rates (percent,

monthly data

seasonally

adjusted)

Canada 6.6 6.6

France 9.8 9.6

Germany 9.6 9.6

Italy 10.7 …..

Japan 4.6 4.7

Mexico 2.1 2.1

United Kingdom 3.8 3.8

Addendum:

United States 4.1 4.0

Consumer prices

(monthly data

seasonally

adjusted,

1995=100)

Canada 108.4 109.1

France 106.2 106.4

Germany 106.3 106.9

Italy 112.5 112.8

Japan 101.8 101.5

Mexico 237.5 238.9

United Kingdom 114.5 114.8

Addendum:

United States 112.5 113.1

Real gross

domestic product

(percent change

from preceding

quarter, quarterly

data seasonally

adjusted at annual

rates)

Canada 4.6 …..

France 2.8 …..

Germany 4.6 …..

Italy 1.9 …..

Japan .9 …..

Mexico 7.6 …..

United Kingdom 4.2 …..

Addendum:

United States 5.6 …..

Short-term,

3-month,

interest rates

(percent, not

seasonally

adjusted)

Canada 5.84 5.83

Euro zone 4.35 4.50

Japan ….. …..

Mexico 15.58 16.61

United Kingdom 6.23 6.13

Addendum:

United States 5.92 5.74

Long-term

interest rates,

government bond

yields (percent,

not seasonally

adjusted)

Canada 6.10 5.89

Euro zone 5.52 5.35

France 5.92 5.94

Germany 5.4 5.2

Italy 5.67 5.51

Japan 1.7 1.7

United Kingdom 5.40 5.20

Addendum:

United States 6.44 6.10

Share price

indices (not

seasonally

adjusted,

1995=100)

Canada 208.7 229.9

France 324.2 333.4

Germany 265.8 266.0

Italy 316 321

Japan ….. …..

Mexico 268.6 313.1

United Kingdom 175.2 182.1

Addendum:

United States 220 223

2000

July Aug.

Exchange rates

per U.S. dollar

(not seasonally

adjusted)(1)

Canada (Can.$/US$) 1.4778 1.4828

Euro zone (US$/Euro)(2) .9386 .9045

Japan ([yen]/US [cts.]) 1.0821 1.0808

Mexico (Peso/US$) 9.4190 9.2720

United Kingdom (US$/[pounds sterling]) 1.5076 1.4889

Addendum:

Exchange value of the U.S. dollar(3) 119.34 120.12

Unemployment

rates (percent,

monthly data

seasonally

adjusted)

Canada 6.8 7.1

France 9.7 9.6

Germany 9.5 9.5

Italy ….. 10.5

Japan 4.7 4.6

Mexico 2.0 2.6

United Kingdom 3.7 3.6

Addendum:

United States 4.0 4.1

Consumer prices

(monthly data

seasonally

adjusted,

1995=100)

Canada 109.5 109.3

France 106.2 106.4

Germany 107.4 107.4

Italy 113.0 113.1

Japan 101.3 101.3

Mexico 239.8 241.1

United Kingdom 114.4 114.4

Addendum:

United States 113.4 113.3

Real gross

domestic product

(percent change

from preceding

quarter, quarterly

data seasonally

adjusted at annual

rates)

Canada ….. 4.8

France ….. 2.4

Germany ….. 2.3

Italy ….. 2.4

Japan ….. -2.4

Mexico ….. 7.3

United Kingdom ….. 3.3

Addendum:

United States ….. 2.2

Short-term,

3-month,

interest rates

(percent, not

seasonally

adjusted)

Canada 5.79 5.81

Euro zone 4.58 4.78

Japan ….. …..

Mexico 14.62 15.71

United Kingdom 6.11 6.13

Addendum:

United States 5.93 6.11

Long-term

interest rates,

government bond

yields (percent,

not seasonally

adjusted)

Canada 5.84 5.77

Euro zone 5.45 5.40

France 6.00 6.04

Germany 5.3 5.2

Italy 5.59 5.56

Japan 1.7 1.8

United Kingdom 5.20 5.29

Addendum:

United States 6.05 5.83

Share price

indices (not

seasonally

adjusted,

1995=100)

Canada 234.7 253.7

France 332.6 336.5

Germany 262.9 261.8

Italy 328 325

Japan ….. …..

Mexico 293.5 300.3

United Kingdom 182.3 180.7

Addendum:

United States 224 229

2000

Sept. Oct.

Exchange rates

per U.S. dollar

(not seasonally

adjusted)(1)

Canada (Can.$/US$) 1.4864 1.5125

Euro zone (US$/Euro)(2) .8695 .8525

Japan ([yen]/US [cts.]) 1.0684 1.0844

Mexico (Peso/US$) 9.3610 9.5370

United Kingdom (US$/[pounds sterling]) 1.4336 1.4506

Addendum:

Exchange value of the U.S. dollar(3) 121.53 123.27

Unemployment

rates (percent,

monthly data

seasonally

adjusted)

Canada 6.8 6.9

France 9.5 9.4

Germany 9.4 9.3

Italy ….. …..

Japan 4.7 4.7

Mexico 2.5 2.0

United Kingdom 3.6 3.6

Addendum:

United States 3.9 3.9

Consumer prices

(monthly data

seasonally

adjusted,

1995=100)

Canada 109.8 110.0

France 107.0 106.8

Germany 107.7 107.5

Italy 113.3 113.7

Japan 101.6 101.7

Mexico 242.9 244.6

United Kingdom 115.2 115.1

Addendum:

United States 113.9 114.1

Real gross

domestic product

(percent change

from preceding

quarter, quarterly

data seasonally

adjusted at annual

rates)

Canada ….. …..

France ….. …..

Germany ….. …..

Italy ….. …..

Japan ….. …..

Mexico ….. …..

United Kingdom ….. …..

Addendum:

United States ….. …..

Short-term,

3-month,

interest rates

(percent, not

seasonally

adjusted)

Canada 5.79 5.83

Euro zone 4.85 5.04

Japan ….. …..

Mexico 16.15 17.06

United Kingdom 6.12 6.08

Addendum:

United States 5.99 6.10

Long-term

interest rates,

government bond

yields (percent,

not seasonally

adjusted)

Canada 5.81 5.79

Euro zone 5.47 5.42

France 5.93 5.92

Germany 5.3 5.2

Italy 5.63 5.58

Japan 1.9 1.8

United Kingdom 5.34 5.19

Addendum:

United States 5.80 5.74

Share price

indices (not

seasonally

adjusted,

1995=100)

Canada 234.1 217.4

France 336.5 316.5

Germany 256.6 242.6

Italy 327 317

Japan ….. …..

Mexico 285.4 288.1

United Kingdom 179.2 172.5

Addendum:

United States 223 222

2000

Nov. Dec.

Exchange rates

per U.S. dollar

(not seasonally

adjusted)(1)

Canada (Can.$/US$) 1.5426 1.5219

Euro zone (US$/Euro)(2) .8552 .8983

Japan ([yen]/US [cts.]) 1.0901 1.1221

Mexico (Peso/US$) 9.5080 9.4670

United Kingdom (US$/[pounds sterling]) 1.4258 1.4629

Addendum:

Exchange value of the U.S. dollar(3) 124.21 123.28

Unemployment

rates (percent,

monthly data

seasonally

adjusted)

Canada 6.9 6.8

France 9.2 9.2

Germany 9.3 9.2

Italy 10.0 …..

Japan 4.8 4.9

Mexico 2.0 1.9

United Kingdom 3.6 3.5

Addendum:

United States 4.0 4.0

Consumer prices

(monthly data

seasonally

adjusted,

1995=100)

Canada 110.4 110.5

France 107.1 107.0

Germany 107.7 107.8

Italy 114.0 114.1

Japan 101.5 101.5

Mexico 246.7 249.3

United Kingdom 115.5 115.5

Addendum:

United States 114.4 114.6

Real gross

domestic product

(percent change

from preceding

quarter, quarterly

data seasonally

adjusted at annual

rates)

Canada 2.6 …..

France 3.9 …..

Germany ….. …..

Italy ….. …..

Japan ….. …..

Mexico 5.1 …..

United Kingdom 1.3 …..

Addendum:

United States 1.1 …..

Short-term,

3-month,

interest rates

(percent, not

seasonally

adjusted)

Canada 5.86 5.74

Euro zone 5.09 4.94

Japan ….. …..

Mexico 18.01 17.41

United Kingdom 6.00 5.88

Addendum:

United States 6.18 5.83

Long-term

interest rates,

government bond

yields (percent,

not seasonally

adjusted)

Canada 5.78 5.58

Euro zone 5.34 5.07

France 5.78 5.55

Germany 5.2 4.9

Italy 5.55 5.30

Japan 1.8 1.6

United Kingdom 5.07 4.90

Addendum:

United States 5.72 5.24

Share price

indices (not

seasonally

adjusted,

1995=100)

Canada 198.9 201.5

France 317.0 303.6

Germany 240.7 227.0

Italy 332 312

Japan ….. …..

Mexico 254.7 254.7

United Kingdom 172.2 167.4

Addendum:

United States 222 222

(1.) All exchange rates are from the Board of Governors of

the Federal Reserve System.

(2.) Rates for selected euro-area currencies can be derived

by using the following conversion rates: 1 euro = 6.55957

French francs, 1.95583 German marks, and 1936.27 Italian lire.

(3.) The rate shown for the United States is an index of the

weighted average of the foreign exchange value of the U.S.

dollar against the currencies of a broad group of major U.S.

trading partners, January 1997=100 and reflects revised trade

weights. For more information on the exchange rate indexes, see

“New Summary Measures of the Foreign Exchange Value of the

Dollar,” Federal Reserve Bulletin, vol. 84 (October 1998),

pp. 811-18.

NOTE.–U.S. interest rates, unemployment rates, and GDP growth

rates are from the Federal Reserve, the Bureau of Labor Statistics,

and BEA, respectively. GDP growth rates for other countries are

calculated from levels published by those countries. Most other

data (including U.S. consumer prices and U.S. share prices, both

of which have been rebased to 1995 to facilitate comparison) are

c OECD and are reproduced with permission.

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