U.S. international transactions: first quarter of 2005

U.S. international transactions: first quarter of 2005

Renee M. Sauers

Table 2. U.S. Trade in Goods

[Millions of dollars]

Line 1990 1991 1992

A Balance of payments

adjustments to Census trade

data:

EXPORTS

1 Exports of goods, Census

basis (1) including

reexports and including

military grant shipments 392,967 421,851 448,171

Adjustments:

2 Private gift parcel

remittances 911 1,046 1,225

3 Gold exports, nonmonetary 741 226 397

4 Inland U.S. freight to

Canada … … …

5 U.S.-Canadian reconciliation

adjustments, n.e.c.,

net (2) … … …

6 Exports transferred under

U.S. military agency sales

contracts identified in

Census documents (3) -7,137 -7,943 -8,530

7 Other adjustments, net (4) -81 -1,097 -1,632

8 Equals: Exports of goods,

adjusted to balance of

payments basis excluding

“military” (table 1, line 3) 387,401 414,083 439,631

IMPORTS

9 Imports of goods, Census

basis (1) (general

imports) 495,272 487,128 532,665

Adjustments:

10 Electric energy 84 84 84

11 Gold imports, nonmonetary 1,348 949 1,887

12 Inland freight in Canada 2,265 2,525 2,809

13 U.S.-Canadian reconciliation

adjustment, n.e.c.,

net (2) … … …

14 Imports of U.S. military

agencies identified in

Census documents (3) -1,050 -937 -871

15 Other adjustments, net (5 6) 519 1,271 -46

16 Equals: Imports of goods,

adjusted to balance of

payments basis, excluding

“military” (table 1, line

20) 498,438 491,020 536,528

B Trade in goods, by area and

country, adjusted to balance

of payments basis,

excluding military: (7)

EXPORTS

1 Total, all countries (A-8) 387,401 414,083 439,631

2 Europe 114,667 120,575 119,861

3 European Union 100,968 105,886 105,511

4 Belgium and Luxembourg 10,303 10,625 9,872

5 France 13,428 15,123 14,432

6 Germany (8) 18,200 20,557 20,510

7 Italy 7,871 8,491 8,619

8 Netherlands 12,819 13,369 13,522

9 United Kingdom 22,732 21,284 22,458

10 Other 15,615 16,437 16,098

11 Europe, excluding EU 13,699 14,689 14,350

12 Canada (2) 83,359 85,679 91,104

13 Japan 48,005 47,327 46,960

14 Australia, New Zealand, and

South Africa (9) … … …

15 Australia 8,233 8,092 8,622

16 Latin America and Other

Western Hemisphere 54,288 63,257 75,419

17 Brazil 5,005 6,106 5,701

18 Mexico 28,092 33,104 40,409

19 Venezuela 3,071 4,640 5,416

20 Other 18,120 19,407 23,893

21 Other countries in Asia and

Africa (7 9) 78,291 88,763 97,577

22 Asia (7 9) 70,240 80,101 88,047

23 Members of OPEC 7,773 10,820 12,452

24 China 4,784 6,259 7,389

25 Hong Kong 6,749 8,069 8,987

26 Korea, Republic of 13,944 14,995 14,117

27 Singapore 7,851 8,598 9,386

28 Taiwan 11,061 12,464 14,710

29 Africa (7 9) 7,764 8,224 9,012

30 Members of OPEC 1,623 1,697 1,807

31 International organizations

and unallocated 558 390 88

Memoranda:

32 Industrial countries (7) 252,925 260,059 265,047

33 Of which: Euro area (10) … … …

34 Members of OPEC (7) 13,141 18,106 20,667

35 Other countries (7) 120,777 135,528 153,829

IMPORTS

36 Total, all countries (A-16) 498,438 491,020 536,528

37 Europe 111,447 103,793 113,373

38 European Union 99,016 92,626 101,603

39 Belgium and Luxembourg 4,585 4,111 4,696

40 France 13,044 13,203 14,652

41 Germany (8) 28,088 26,039 28,737

42 Italy 12,664 11,701 12,246

43 Netherlands 4,932 4,854 5,744

44 United Kingdom 19,965 18,263 19,945

45 Other 15,738 14,455 15,583

46 Western Europe, excluding

EU 12,431 11,167 11,770

47 Canada (2) 93,145 93,048 100,898

48 Japan 90,380 92,259 97,408

49 Australia, New Zealand, and

South Africa (9) … … …

50 Australia 4,413 4,074 3,682

51 Latin America and Other

Western Hemisphere 64,353 62,988 69,178

52 Brazil 7,963 6,842 7,609

53 Mexico 30,507 31,492 35,610

54 Venezuela 9,497 8,179 8,182

55 Other 16,386 16,475 17,777

56 Other countries in Asia and

Africa (7 9) 134,700 134,858 151,989

57 Asia (7 9) 118,485 120,310 136,998

58 Members of OPEC 17,885 15,531 16,205

59 China 15,204 19,003 25,729

60 Hong Kong 9,475 9,279 9,795

61 Korea, Republic of 18,438 16,984 16,649

62 Singapore 9,802 9,972 11,313

63 Taiwan 22,643 23,022 24,597

64 Africa (7 9) 16,108 14,418 14,799

65 Members of OPEC 9,641 8,381 7,989

66 International organizations

and unallocated … … …

Memoranda:

67 Industrial countries (7) 300,187 294,461 316,572

68 Of which: Euro area (10) … … …

69 Members of OPEC (7) 38,399 33,430 33,718

70 Other countries (7) 159,852 163,129 186,238

BALANCE (EXCESS OF EXPORTS +)

71 Total, all countries -111,037 -76,937 -96,897

72 Europe 3,220 16,782 6,488

73 European Union 1,952 13,260 3,908

74 Belgium and Luxembourg 5,718 6,514 5,176

75 France 384 1,920 -220

76 Germany (8) -9,888 -5,482 -8,227

77 Italy -4,793 -3,210 -3,627

78 Netherlands 7,887 8,515 7,778

79 United Kingdom 2,767 3,021 2,513

80 Other -123 1,982 515

81 Western Europe, excluding

EU 1,268 3,522 2,580

82 Canada (2) -9,786 -7,369 -9,794

83 Japan -42,375 -44,932 -50,448

84 Australia, New Zealand, and

South Africa (9) … … …

85 Australia 3,820 4,018 4,940

86 Latin America and Other

Western Hemisphere -10,065 269 6,241

87 Brazil -2,958 -736 -1,908

88 Mexico -2,415 1,612 4,799

89 Venezuela -6,426 -3,539 -2,766

90 Other 1,734 2,932 6,116

91 Other countries in Asia and

Africa (7 9) -56,409 -46,095 -54,412

92 Asia (7 9) -48,245 -40,209 -48,951

93 Members of OPEC -10,112 -4,711 -3,753

94 China -10,420 -12,744 -18,340

95 Hong Kong -2,726 -1,210 -808

96 Korea, Republic of -4,494 -1,989 -2,532

97 Singapore -1,951 -1,374 -1,927

98 Taiwan -11,582 -10,558 -9,887

99 Africa (7 9) -8,344 -6,194 -5,787

100 Members of OPEC -8,018 -6,684 -6,182

101 International organizations

and unallocated 558 390 88

Memoranda:

102 Industrial countries (7) -47,262 -34,402 -51,525

103 Of which: Euro area (10) … … …

104 Members of OPEC (7) -25,258 -15,324 -13,051

105 Other countries (7) -39,075 -27,601 -32,409

C Trade in goods, by principal

end-use category, adjusted

to balance of payments

basis, excluding military:

1 Exports of goods, balance of

payments basis, excluding

military (A-8) 387,401 414,083 439,631

2 Agricultural products 40,217 40,107 44,074

3 Nonagricultural products 347,184 373,976 395,557

4 Foods, feeds, and beverages 35,110 35,731 40,261

5 Agricultural 31,364 31,717 35,877

6 Grains and preparations 14,791 13,235 14,838

7 Wheat 4,016 3,479 4,647

8 Corn 6,907 5,911 5,835

9 Soybeans 3,572 4,004 4,452

10 Meat products and

poultry 3,335 3,869 4,477

11 Vegetables, fruits,

nuts, and preparations 5,613 5,978 6,424

12 Other agricultural

foods, feeds, and

beverages 4,053 4,631 5,686

13 Nonagricultural (fish,

distilled beverages,

etc.) 3,746 4,014 4,384

14 Fish and shellfish 3,101 3,313 3,613

15 Industrial supplies and

materials 105,669 109,796 109,710

16 Agricultural 8,651 8,177 7,974

17 Raw cotton 2,800 2,493 2,015

18 Tobacco, unmanufactured 1,461 1,423 1,641

19 Hides and skins,

including furskins 1,761 1,383 1,367

20 Other agricultural

industrial supplies 2,629 2,878 2,951

21 Nonagricultural 97,018 101,619 101,736

22 Energy products 15,237 15,149 14,364

23 Fuels and lubricants 14,722 15,072 14,260

24 Coal and related

fuels 5,040 5,234 4,924

25 Petroleum and

products 8,361 8,396 7,619

26 Paper and paper base

stocks 8,400 8,700 9,298

27 Textile supplies and

related materials 6,322 6,601 6,817

28 Chemicals, excluding

medicinals 27,562 30,433 29,836

29 Building materials,

except metals 7,616 7,561 8,069

30 Other nonmetals 9,192 9,745 10,353

31 Metals and nonmetallic

products 22,689 23,430 22,999

32 Steelmaking materials 2,109 1,687 1,625

33 Iron and steel

products 3,479 4,252 3,780

34 Nonferrous metals 11,422 11,172 10,951

35 Nonmonetary gold 3,730 3,579 4,540

36 Other precious

metals 794 897 905

37 Other nonferrous

metals 6,898 6,696 5,506

38 Other metals and non-

metallic products 5,679 6,319 6,643

39 Capital goods, except

automotive 152,988 166,575 176,376

40 Machinery, except

consumer-type 119,110 128,292 136,863

41 Electric generating

machinery, electric

apparatus, and parts 133,431 14,511 15,438

42 Nonelectric, including

parts and

attachments 105,767 113,781 121,425

43 Oil drilling, mining,

and construction

machinery 8,847 9,635 9,621

44 Industrial engines,

pumps, and

compressors 5,003 5,797 6,198

45 Machine tools and

metalworking

machinery 3,044 3,028 3,406

46 Measuring, testing,

and control

instruments 5,874 6,061 6,430

47 Other industrial,

agricultural, and

service industry

machinery 24,521 25,664 27,055

48 Computers, peri-

pherals, and parts 25,888 27,267 28,764

49 Semiconductors 13,324 14,339 15,987

50 Telecommunications

equipment 9,397 10,276 11,449

51 Other office and

business machines 2,136 2,485 2,581

52 Scientific, hospital,

and medical

equipment and parts 7,733 9,229 9,934

53 Civilian aircraft,

engines, and parts 32,194 36,610 37,726

54 Civilian aircraft,

complete, all types 18,415 22,767 24,456

55 Other transportation

equipment 1,684 1,673 1,787

56 Automotive vehicles,

engines, and parts 36,197 39,899 46,884

57 To Canada 21,832 22,643 23,937

58 Passenger cars, new and

used 5,890 6,618 6,087

59 Trucks, buses, and

special purpose

vehicles 2,523 2,754 2,552

60 Engines and engine parts 2,557 2,848 3,333

61 Other parts and

accessories 10,862 10,423 11,965

62 To other areas 14,365 17,256 22,947

63 Passenger cars, new and

used 4,648 5,400 8,180

64 Trucks, buses, and

special purpose

vehicles 1,180 2,149 2,573

65 Engines and engine parts 1,290 1,442 1,880

66 Other parts and

accessories 7,247 8,265 10,314

67 Consumer goods (nonfood),

except automotive 43,503 46,575 51,233

68 Consumer nondurable goods,

manufactured 19,730 22,013 24,651

69 Medical, dental, and

pharmaceutical pre-

parations, including

vitamins 4,803 5,382 6,248

70 Consumer durable goods,

manufactured 21,777 22,609 24,727

71 Household and kitchen

appliances and other

household goods 7,502 8,773 9,939

72 Unmanufactured consumer

goods (gem stones,

nursery stock) 1,996 1,953 1,855

73 Exports, n.e.c. 13,934 15,507 15,167

74 Imports of goods, balance of

payments basis, excluding

military (A-16) 498,438 491,020 536,528

75 Petroleum and products (6) 62,296 51,739 51,580

76 Nonpetroleum products 436,142 439,281 484,948

77 Foods, feeds, and beverages 26,402 26,198 27,602

78 Agricultural 19,195 18,680 19,823

79 Coffee, cocoa, and sugar 3,009 2,908 2,669

80 Green coffee 1,766 1,737 1,562

81 Meat products and

poultry 4,080 4,032 4,072

82 Vegetables, fruits,

nuts, and preparations 5,711 5,299 5,593

83 Wine and related

products 1,865 1,773 1,983

84 Other agricultural

foods, feeds, and

beverages 4,529 4,668 5,506

85 Nonagricultural (fish,

distilled beverages,

etc.) 7,207 7,518 7,779

86 Fish and shellfish 5,207 5,651 5,670

87 Whiskey and other

alcoholic beverages 1,731 1,595 1,828

88 Industrial supplies and

materials 145,312 133,041 140,667

89 Agricultural 3,997 4,249 4,555

90 Nonagricultural products 141,315 128,792 136,112

91 Energy products 66,545 56,274 56,822

92 Fuels and lubricants

(6) 65,996 55,703 56,147

93 Paper and paper base

stocks 9,465 8,442 8,220

94 Textile supplies and

related materials 5,676 6,150 6,881

95 Chemicals, excluding

medicinals 15,049 15,315 16,910

96 Building materials,

except metals 7,391 6,870 8,335

97 Other nonmetals 7,104 8,102 9,441

98 Metals and nonmetallic

products 30,085 27,639 29,503

99 Steelmaking materials 2,060 1,828 1,719

100 Iron and steel

products 11,121 10,076 10,883

101 Nonferrous metals 13,094 12,145 13,227

102 Nonmonetary gold 2,452 2,897 3,808

103 Other precious

metals 2,521 2,342 2,066

104 Bauxite and aluminum 3,241 2,791 2,894

105 Other nonferrous

metals 4,880 4,115 4,459

106 Other metallic and

nonmetallic products 3,810 3,590 3,674

107 Capital goods, except

automotive 116,393 121,132 134,814

108 Machinery, except

consumer-type 105,008 108,495 121,242

109 Electric generating

machinery, electric

apparatus and parts 13,831 14,238 15,327

110 Nonelectric, including

parts and

attachments 91,177 94,257 105,915

111 Oil drilling, mining,

and construction

machinery 3,690 2,942 2,690

112 Industrial engines,

pumps, and

compressors 3,384 3,176 3,507

113 Machine tools and

metalworking

machinery 4,063 4,098 3,599

114 Measuring, testing,

and control

instruments 2,948 3,074 3,456

115 Other industrial,

agricultural, and

service industry

machinery 23,633 22,539 24,041

116 Computers,

peripherals, and

parts 22,941 26,002 31,686

117 Semiconductors 12,170 13,084 15,475

118 Telecommunications

equipment 9,529 9,991 10,838

119 Other office and

business machines 4,153 4,197 4,900

120 Scientific, hospital,

and medical

equipment and parts 4,666 5,154 5,723

121 Transportation equipment,

except automotive 11,385 12,637 13,572

122 Civilian aircraft,

engines, and parts 10,474 11,736 12,581

123 Civilian aircraft,

complete, all types 2,706 3,326 3,806

124 Automotive vehicles,

engines, and parts 88,197 85,460 91,462

125 From Canada 29,827 28,765 31,688

126 Passenger cars, new and

used 13,702 14,048 14,403

127 Trucks, buses, and

special purpose

vehicles 6,887 6,704 8,258

128 Engines and engine parts 1,781 1,378 1,568

129 Other parts and

accessories 7,457 6,635 7,459

130 From other areas 58,370 56,695 59,774

131 Passenger cars, new and

used 32,929 32,262 32,631

132 Trucks, buses, and

special purpose

vehicles 2,666 2,469 2,310

133 Engines and engine parts 5,387 5,121 5,545

134 Other parts and

accessories 17,388 16,843 19,288

135 Consumer goods (nonfood),

except automotive 104,959 107,653 122,423

136 Consumer nondurable goods,

manufactured 48,772 50,229 57,892

137 Textile apparel and

household goods,

except rugs 23,903 24,626 29,304

138 Footwear of leather,

rubber, and other

materials 6,607 6,551 7,258

139 Consumer durable goods,

manufactured 50,492 51,684 58,466

140 Household and kitchen

appliances and other

household goods 18,626 18,839 21,088

141 Toys, shooting, and

sporting goods,

including bicycles 9,729 9,396 11,357

142 Television and video

receivers 6,380 6,662 7,459

143 Radio and stereo

equipment, including

records, tapes, and

disks 5,362 6,033 6,877

144 Unmanufactured consumer

goods (gemstones,

nursery stock) 5,695 5,740 6,065

145 Imports, n.e.c., and U.S.

goods returned 17,175 17,536 19,560

146 U.S. goods returned 10,343 10,576 11,789

147 Other products, including

balance of payments

adjustments not included

above (minimum value

shipments and

miscellaneous imports) 6,832 6,960 7,771

Line 1993 1994 1995

A Balance of payments

adjustments to Census trade

data:

EXPORTS

1 Exports of goods, Census

basis (1) including

reexports and including

military grant shipments 464,858 512,626 584,741

Adjustments:

2 Private gift parcel

remittances 1,181 866 779

3 Gold exports, nonmonetary … 88 37

4 Inland U.S. freight to

Canada … … …

5 U.S.-Canadian reconciliation

adjustments, n.e.c.,

net (2) … … …

6 Exports transferred under

U.S. military agency sales

contracts identified in

Census documents (3) -7,829 -8,922 -9,278

7 Other adjustments, net (4) -1,267 -1,799 -1,075

8 Equals: Exports of goods,

adjusted to balance of

payments basis excluding

“military” (table 1, line 3) 456,943 502,859 575,204

IMPORTS

9 Imports of goods, Census

basis (1) (general

imports) 580,526 663,256 743,543

Adjustments:

10 Electric energy 84 84 78

11 Gold imports, nonmonetary 6,775 2,752 3,066

12 Inland freight in Canada 2,767 3,129 3,358

13 U.S.-Canadian reconciliation

adjustment, n.e.c.,

net (2) … … …

14 Imports of U.S. military

agencies identified in

Census documents (3) -704 -546 -683

15 Other adjustments, net (5 6) -54 15 12

16 Equals: Imports of goods,

adjusted to balance of

payments basis, excluding

“military” (table 1, line

20) 589,394 668,690 749,374

B Trade in goods, by area and

country, adjusted to balance

of payments basis,

excluding military: (7)

EXPORTS

1 Total, all countries (A-8) 456,943 502,859 575,204

2 Europe 117,466 120,740 138,222

3 European Union 99,669 105,557 121,728

4 Belgium and Luxembourg 9,293 11,017 12,824

5 France 13,110 13,498 14,117

6 Germany (8) 18,465 18,745 21,913

7 Italy 6,362 7,029 8,753

8 Netherlands 12,760 13,463 16,388

9 United Kingdom 25,859 26,245 28,230

10 Other 13,820 15,560 19,503

11 Europe, excluding EU 17,797 15,183 16,494

12 Canada (2) 100,702 114,651 127,388

13 Japan 47,020 52,433 63,619

14 Australia, New Zealand, and

South Africa (9) … … …

15 Australia 8,073 9,564 10,491

16 Latin America and Other

Western Hemisphere 78,448 92,203 96,219

17 Brazil 6,006 8,064 11,395

18 Mexico 41,484 50,635 46,172

19 Venezuela 4,573 4,020 4,641

20 Other 26,385 29,484 34,011

21 Other countries in Asia and

Africa (7 9) 105,011 113,179 139,265

22 Asia (7 9) 96,166 104,308 129,255

23 Members of OPEC 11,853 10,456 11,329

24 China 8,691 9,223 11,748

25 Hong Kong 9,800 11,404 14,199

26 Korea, Republic of 14,286 17,254 24,178

27 Singapore 11,350 12,856 15,206

28 Taiwan 15,438 16,194 18,254

29 Africa (7 9) 8,409 8,461 9,727

30 Members of OPEC 1,892 1,819 1,435

31 International organizations

and unallocated 223 89 …

Memoranda:

32 Industrial countries (7) 270,512 295,723 338,476

33 Of which: Euro area (10) … … …

34 Members of OPEC (7) 18,318 16,295 17,405

35 Other countries (7) 167,890 190,752 219,323

IMPORTS

36 Total, all countries (A-16) 589,394 668,690 749,374

37 Europe 124,596 138,783 154,762

38 European Union 109,898 120,992 134,297

39 Belgium and Luxembourg 15,234 8,465 8,754

40 France 17,086 16,676 17,219

41 Germany (8) 28,531 31,684 36,827

42 Italy 13,198 14,782 16,331

43 Netherlands 8,489 6,013 6,393

44 United Kingdom 21,509 24,868 26,733

45 Other 15,851 18,504 22,040

46 Western Europe, excluding

EU 14,698 17,791 20,465

47 Canada (2) 113,080 131,151 146,916

48 Japan 107,241 119,143 123,484

49 Australia, New Zealand, and

South Africa (9) … … …

50 Australia 3,295 3,203 3,380

51 Latin America and Other

Western Hemisphere 75,191 88,527 105,276

52 Brazil 7,490 8,683 8,832

53 Mexico 40,431 50,051 62,794

54 Venezuela 8,418 8,371 9,764

55 Other 18,852 21,422 23,886

56 Other countries in Asia and

Africa (7 9) 165,991 187,883 215,556

57 Asia (7 9) 150,303 173,507 199,726

58 Members of OPEC 15,737 16,213 17,697

59 China 31,532 38,788 45,544

60 Hong Kong 9,557 9,696 10,286

61 Korea, Republic of 17,093 19,605 24,153

62 Singapore 12,805 15,374 18,586

63 Taiwan 25,098 26,709 28,971

64 Africa (7 9) 15,449 14,090 15,606

65 Members of OPEC 8,493 7,091 6,804

66 International organizations

and unallocated … … …

Memoranda:

67 Industrial countries (7) 347,741 389,909 425,194

68 Of which: Euro area (10) … … …

69 Members of OPEC (7) 32,648 31,675 34,265

70 Other countries (7) 209,005 247,106 289,915

BALANCE (EXCESS OF EXPORTS +)

71 Total, all countries -132,451 -165,831 -174,170

72 Europe -7,130 -18,043 -16,540

73 European Union -10,229 -15,435 -12,569

74 Belgium and Luxembourg 2,207 2,552 4,070

75 France -2,124 -3,178 -3,102

76 Germany (8) -10,066 -12,939 -14,914

77 Italy -6,836 -7,753 -7,578

78 Netherlands 4,271 7,450 9,995

79 United Kingdom 4,350 1,377 1,497

80 Other -2,031 -2,944 -2,537

81 Western Europe, excluding

EU 3,099 -2,608 -3,971

82 Canada (2) -12,378 -16,500 -19,528

83 Japan -60,221 -66,710 -59,865

84 Australia, New Zealand, and

South Africa (9) … … …

85 Australia 4,778 6,361 7,111

86 Latin America and Other

Western Hemisphere 3,257 3,676 -9,057

87 Brazil -1,484 -619 2,563

88 Mexico 1,053 584 -16,622

89 Venezuela -3,845 -4,351 -5,123

90 Other 7,533 8,062 10,125

91 Other countries in Asia and

Africa (7 9) -60,980 -74,704 -76,291

92 Asia (7 9) -54,137 -69,199 -70,471

93 Members of OPEC -3,884 -5,757 -6,368

94 China -22,841 -29,565 -33,796

95 Hong Kong 243 1,708 3,913

96 Korea, Republic of -2,807 -2,351 25

97 Singapore -1,455 -2,518 -3,380

98 Taiwan -9,660 -10,515 -10,717

99 Africa (7 9) -7,040 -5,629 -5,879

100 Members of OPEC -6,601 -5,272 -5,369

101 International organizations

and unallocated 223 89 …

Memoranda:

102 Industrial countries (7) -77,229 -94,186 -86,718

103 Of which: Euro area (10) … … …

104 Members of OPEC (7) -14,330 -15,380 -16,860

105 Other countries (7) -41,115 -56,354 -70,592

C Trade in goods, by principal

end-use category, adjusted

to balance of payments

basis, excluding military:

1 Exports of goods, balance of

payments basis, excluding

military (A-8) 456,943 502,859 575,204

2 Agricultural products 43,602 47,096 57,242

3 Nonagricultural products 413,341 455,763 517,962

4 Foods, feeds, and beverages 40,537 42,355 50,811

5 Agricultural 36,491 38,297 46,491

6 Grains and preparations 14,314 13,583 18,611

7 Wheat 4,873 4,269 5,688

8 Corn 5,325 4,986 8,323

9 Soybeans 4,644 4,363 15,427

10 Meat products and

poultry 4,567 5,446 6,618

11 Vegetables, fruits,

nuts, and preparations 6,698 7,390 7,865

12 Other agricultural

foods, feeds, and

beverages 6,268 7,515 7,970

13 Nonagricultural (fish,

distilled beverages,

etc.) 4,046 4,058 4,320

14 Fish and shellfish 3,204 3,180 3,324

15 Industrial supplies and

materials 111,985 121,211 146,115

16 Agricultural 6,867 8,559 10,510

17 Raw cotton 1,541 2,644 3,717

18 Tobacco, unmanufactured 1,301 1,305 1,390

19 Hides and skins,

including furskins 1,299 1,535 1,763

20 Other agricultural

industrial supplies 2,726 3,075 3,640

21 Nonagricultural 105,118 112,652 135,605

22 Energy products 12,665 12,039 13,775

23 Fuels and lubricants 12,560 11,959 13,673

24 Coal and related

fuels 3,641 3,445 4,295

25 Petroleum and

products 7,491 6,968 8,097

26 Paper and paper base

stocks 8,492 10,104 14,488

27 Textile supplies and

related materials 7,162 8,189 9,292

28 Chemicals, excluding

medicinals 30,076 35,132 42,981

29 Building materials,

except metals 8,740 8,833 9,054

30 Other nonmetals 10,816 12,000 13,536

31 Metals and nonmetallic

products 27,167 26,355 32,479

32 Steelmaking materials 1,782 1,853 2,746

33 Iron and steel

products 3,656 3,936 5,828

34 Nonferrous metals 14,577 12,268 14,584

35 Nonmonetary gold 9,064 5,813 5,122

36 Other precious

metals 891 1,025 1,595

37 Other nonferrous

metals 4,622 5,430 7,867

38 Other metals and non-

metallic products 7,152 8,298 9,321

39 Capital goods, except

automotive 182,709 205,706 234,415

40 Machinery, except

consumer-type 148,364 172,489 206,490

41 Electric generating

machinery, electric

apparatus, and parts 16,824 19,563 22,928

42 Nonelectric, including

parts and

attachments 131,540 152,926 183,562

43 Oil drilling, mining,

and construction

machinery 9,474 10,213 11,498

44 Industrial engines,

pumps, and

compressors 7,008 8,598 9,504

45 Machine tools and

metalworking

machinery 3,635 4,402 5,241

46 Measuring, testing,

and control

instruments 7,051 7,940 9,019

47 Other industrial,

agricultural, and

service industry

machinery 29,485 32,995 38,486

48 Computers, peri-

pherals, and parts 29,316 33,320 39,654

49 Semiconductors 19,114 25,178 34,153

50 Telecommunications

equipment 13,502 16,296 20,248

51 Other office and

business machines 2,382 2,465 2,718

52 Scientific, hospital,

and medical

equipment and parts 10,573 11,519 13,041

53 Civilian aircraft,

engines, and parts 32,787 31,475 26,129

54 Civilian aircraft,

complete, all types 20,191 18,704 12,861

55 Other transportation

equipment 1,558 1,742 1,796

56 Automotive vehicles,

engines, and parts 51,556 57,531 61,394

57 To Canada 27,471 31,809 34,066

58 Passenger cars, new and

used 6,435 7,548 7,303

59 Trucks, buses, and

special purpose

vehicles 3,197 4,334 4,874

60 Engines and engine parts 3,973 3,623 3,765

61 Other parts and

accessories 13,866 16,304 18,124

62 To other areas 24,085 25,722 27,328

63 Passenger cars, new and

used 8,138 8,896 9,429

64 Trucks, buses, and

special purpose

vehicles 2,154 1,917 2,289

65 Engines and engine parts 2,033 2,280 22,991

66 Other parts and

accessories 11,760 12,629 13,311

67 Consumer goods (nonfood),

except automotive 54,460 59,711 64,152

68 Consumer nondurable goods,

manufactured 26,044 29,150 31,406

69 Medical, dental, and

pharmaceutical pre-

parations, including

vitamins 6,613 7,019 7,317

70 Consumer durable goods,

manufactured 26,328 28,140 30,043

71 Household and kitchen

appliances and other

household goods 10,572 11,439 12,017

72 Unmanufactured consumer

goods (gem stones,

nursery stock) 2,088 2,421 2,703

73 Exports, n.e.c. 15,696 16,345 18,317

74 Imports of goods, balance of

payments basis, excluding

military (A-16) 589,394 668,690 749,374

75 Petroleum and products (6) 51,483 51,275 56,029

76 Nonpetroleum products 537,911 617,415 693,345

77 Foods, feeds, and beverages 27,860 30,955 33,191

78 Agricultural 19,929 22,121 24,270

79 Coffee, cocoa, and sugar 2,431 3,259 4,078

80 Green coffee 1,382 2,270 2,986

81 Meat products and

poultry 4,261 3,920 3,936

82 Vegetables, fruits,

nuts, and preparations 5,560 5,943 6,466

83 Wine and related

products 1,944 2,133 2,368

84 Other agricultural

foods, feeds, and

beverages 5,733 6,865 7,422

85 Nonagricultural (fish,

distilled beverages,

etc.) 7,931 8,834 8,921

86 Fish and shellfish 5,900 6,642 6,734

87 Whiskey and other

alcoholic beverages 1,738 1,826 1,845

88 Industrial supplies and

materials 152,233 164,914 184,519

89 Agricultural 4,559 4,721 5,559

90 Nonagricultural products 147,674 160,193 178,960

91 Energy products 57,114 58,076 62,037

92 Fuels and lubricants

(6) 56,369 57,018 61,101

93 Paper and paper base

stocks 8,308 8,906 12,860

94 Textile supplies and

related materials 7,560 8,194 8,628

95 Chemicals, excluding

medicinals 18,122 21,404 25,301

96 Building materials,

except metals 10,609 12,671 12,807

97 Other nonmetals 10,308 11,006 12,444

98 Metals and nonmetallic

products 35,653 39,936 44,883

99 Steelmaking materials 1,841 2,255 2,957

100 Iron and steel

products 11,760 16,122 16,176

101 Nonferrous metals 18,137 16,728 20,260

102 Nonmonetary gold 8,820 4,738 5,290

103 Other precious

metals 1,822 2,028 2,516

104 Bauxite and aluminum 3,606 5,260 6,218

105 Other nonferrous

metals 3,889 4,702 6,236

106 Other metallic and

nonmetallic products 3,915 4,831 5,490

107 Capital goods, except

automotive 153,150 185,016 222,145

108 Machinery, except

consumer-type 140,889 172,164 209,788

109 Electric generating

machinery, electric

apparatus and parts 17,412 20,019 24,137

110 Nonelectric, including

parts and

attachments 123,477 152,145 185,651

111 Oil drilling, mining,

and construction

machinery 3,999 4,931 4,993

112 Industrial engines,

pumps, and

compressors 3,996 5,445 5,798

113 Machine tools and

metalworking

machinery 4,296 5,223 6,718

114 Measuring, testing,

and control

instruments 3,777 4,641 5,601

115 Other industrial,

agricultural, and

service industry

machinery 26,930 32,698 37,642

116 Computers,

peripherals, and

parts 38,036 46,160 56,276

117 Semiconductors 19,490 26,156 39,042

118 Telecommunications

equipment 11,354 14,261 15,448

119 Other office and

business machines 5,416 6,242 6,861

120 Scientific, hospital,

and medical

equipment and parts 6,183 6,388 7,272

121 Transportation equipment,

except automotive 12,261 12,852 12,357

122 Civilian aircraft,

engines, and parts 11,294 11,298 10,709

123 Civilian aircraft,

complete, all types 3,786 3,698 3,590

124 Automotive vehicles,

engines, and parts 102,058 118,130 123,725

125 From Canada 37,323 42,208 44,361

126 Passenger cars, new and

used 18,272 22,158 23,920

127 Trucks, buses, and

special purpose

vehicles 8,725 8,660 8,974

128 Engines and engine parts 1,916 1,966 1,831

129 Other parts and

accessories 8,410 9,424 9,636

130 From other areas 64,735 75,922 79,364

131 Passenger cars, new and

used 34,003 38,952 39,906

132 Trucks, buses, and

special purpose

vehicles 2,394 2,986 3,689

133 Engines and engine parts 6,567 8,252 9,053

134 Other parts and

accessories 21,771 25,732 26,716

135 Consumer goods (nonfood),

except automotive 133,697 145,903 159,718

136 Consumer nondurable goods,

manufactured 62,826 68,038 75,189

137 Textile apparel and

household goods,

except rugs 31,671 34,565 37,783

138 Footwear of leather,

rubber, and other

materials 8,369 9,025 9,309

139 Consumer durable goods,

manufactured 63,798 70,017 76,417

140 Household and kitchen

appliances and other

household goods 22,373 25,101 27,582

141 Toys, shooting, and

sporting goods,

including bicycles 12,466 12,802 13,997

142 Television and video

receivers 8,251 9,148 9,819

143 Radio and stereo

equipment, including

records, tapes, and

disks 7,174 8,700 9,277

144 Unmanufactured consumer

goods (gemstones,

nursery stock) 7,073 7,848 8,112

145 Imports, n.e.c., and U.S.

goods returned 20,396 23,772 26,076

146 U.S. goods returned 12,402 15,042 16,406

147 Other products, including

balance of payments

adjustments not included

above (minimum value

shipments and

miscellaneous imports) 7,994 8,730 9,670

Line 1996 1997 1998

A Balance of payments

adjustments to Census trade

data:

EXPORTS

1 Exports of goods, Census

basis (1) including

reexports and including

military grant shipments 625,075 689,182 682,138

Adjustments:

2 Private gift parcel

remittances 752 685 648

3 Gold exports, nonmonetary 264 22 …

4 Inland U.S. freight to

Canada … … …

5 U.S.-Canadian reconciliation

adjustments, n.e.c.,

net (2) … … …

6 Exports transferred under

U.S. military agency sales

contracts identified in

Census documents (3) -12,355 -10,493 -10,855

7 Other adjustments, net (4) -1,623 -1,030 -1,515

8 Equals: Exports of goods,

adjusted to balance of

payments basis excluding

“military” (table 1, line 3) 612,113 678,366 670,416

IMPORTS

9 Imports of goods, Census

basis (1) (general

imports) 795,289 869,704 911,896

Adjustments:

10 Electric energy 72 1 2

11 Gold imports, nonmonetary 4,948 3,536 2,907

12 Inland freight in Canada 3,596 3,701 3,571

13 U.S.-Canadian reconciliation

adjustment, n.e.c.,

net (2) … … …

14 Imports of U.S. military

agencies identified in

Census documents (3) -750 -451 -1,218

15 Other adjustments, net (5 6) -42 -24 -55

16 Equals: Imports of goods,

adjusted to balance of

payments basis, excluding

“military” (table 1, line

20) 803,113 876,470 917,103

B Trade in goods, by area and

country, adjusted to balance

of payments basis,

excluding military: (7)

EXPORTS

1 Total, all countries (A-8) 612,113 678,366 670,416

2 Europe 144,188 160,298 166,761

3 European Union 124,824 138,489 146,299

4 Belgium and Luxembourg 12,681 13,993 14,410

5 France 14,373 15,859 17,511

6 Germany (8) 22,885 23,810 26,171

7 Italy 8,687 8,916 8,921

8 Netherlands 16,565 19,818 18,879

9 United Kingdom 30,448 35,763 38,386

10 Other 19,185 20,330 22,021

11 Europe, excluding EU 19,364 21,809 20,462

12 Canada (2) 134,287 151,898 156,734

13 Japan 66,476 64,383 56,478

14 Australia, New Zealand, and

South Africa (9) … … …

15 Australia 11,748 11,744 11,604

16 Latin America and Other

Western Hemisphere 109,309 135,248 142,195

17 Brazil 12,674 15,878 15,085

18 Mexico 56,715 71,218 78,623

19 Venezuela 4,694 6,569 6,483

20 Other 35,226 41,583 42,004

21 Other countries in Asia and

Africa (7 9) 146,103 154,795 136,568

22 Asia (7 9) 135,185 143,826 125,550

23 Members of OPEC 12,779 15,600 14,979

24 China 11,935 12,823 14,196

25 Hong Kong 13,864 15,077 12,860

26 Korea, Republic of 25,913 24,260 15,648

27 Singapore 16,576 17,499 15,412

28 Taiwan 17,708 18,888 17,018

29 Africa (7 9) 10,486 10,580 10,588

30 Members of OPEC 1,753 1,527 1,471

31 International organizations

and unallocated 2 … 76

Memoranda:

32 Industrial countries (7) 354,275 385,400 389,619

33 Of which: Euro area (10) … … …

34 Members of OPEC (7) 19,226 23,696 22,933

35 Other countries (7) 238,610 269,270 257,788

IMPORTS

36 Total, all countries (A-16) 803,113 876,470 917,103

37 Europe 168,563 184,469 205,076

38 European Union 146,235 160,371 176,210

39 Belgium and Luxembourg 9,483 10,809 8,773

40 France 18,619 20,657 24,006

41 Germany (8) 38,861 43,047 49,749

42 Italy 18,302 19,401 20,940

43 Netherlands 7,456 7,608 7,537

44 United Kingdom 28,755 32,631 34,489

45 Other 24,759 26,218 30,716

46 Western Europe, excluding

EU 22,328 24,098 28,866

47 Canada (2) 158,545 170,076 175,842

48 Japan 115,181 121,663 121,849

49 Australia, New Zealand, and

South Africa (9) … … …

50 Australia 3,848 4,868 5,390

51 Latin America and Other

Western Hemisphere 124,959 140,402 145,461

52 Brazil 8,773 9,626 10,101

53 Mexico 75,132 86,684 95,401

54 Venezuela 13,420 13,477 8,964

55 Other 27,634 30,615 30,995

56 Other countries in Asia and

Africa (7 9) 232,017 254,992 263,485

57 Asia (7 9) 212,803 234,820 247,303

58 Members of OPEC 21,021 21,756 18,876

59 China 51,513 62,557 71,170

60 Hong Kong 9,854 10,285 10,540

61 Korea, Republic of 22,620 23,139 23,917

62 Singapore 20,349 20,077 18,354

63 Taiwan 29,909 32,622 33,110

64 Africa (7 9) 18,949 19,894 15,844

65 Members of OPEC 8,234 8,764 5,832

66 International organizations

and unallocated … … …

Memoranda:

67 Industrial countries (7) 442,917 476,685 501,949

68 Of which: Euro area (10) … … …

69 Members of OPEC (7) 42,675 43,997 33,672

70 Other countries (7) 317,521 355,788 381,482

BALANCE (EXCESS OF EXPORTS +)

71 Total, all countries -191,000 -198,104 -246,687

72 Europe -24,375 -24,171 -38,315

73 European Union -21,411 -21,882 -29,911

74 Belgium and Luxembourg 3,198 3,184 5,637

75 France -4,246 -4,798 -6,495

76 Germany (8) -15,976 -19,237 -23,578

77 Italy -9,615 -10,485 -12,019

78 Netherlands 9,109 12,210 11,342

79 United Kingdom 1,693 3,132 3,897

80 Other -5,574 -5,888 -8,695

81 Western Europe, excluding

EU -2,964 -2,289 -8,404

82 Canada (2) -24,258 -18,178 -19,108

83 Japan -48,705 -57,280 -65,371

84 Australia, New Zealand, and

South Africa (9) … … …

85 Australia 7,900 6,876 6,214

86 Latin America and Other

Western Hemisphere -15,650 -5,154 -3,266

87 Brazil 3,901 6,252 4,984

88 Mexico -18,417 -15,466 -16,778

89 Venezuela -8,726 -6,908 -2,481

90 Other 7,592 10,968 11,009

91 Other countries in Asia and

Africa (7 9) -85,914 -100,197 -126,917

92 Asia (7 9) -77,618 -90,994 -121,753

93 Members of OPEC -8,242 -6,156 -3,897

94 China -39,578 -49,734 -56,974

95 Hong Kong 4,010 4,792 2,320

96 Korea, Republic of 3,293 1,121 -8,269

97 Singapore -3,773 -2,578 -2,942

98 Taiwan -12,201 -13,734 -16,092

99 Africa (7 9) -8,463 -9,314 -5,256

100 Members of OPEC -64,811 -7,237 -4,361

101 International organizations

and unallocated 2 … 76

Memoranda:

102 Industrial countries (7) -88,642 -91,285 -112,330

103 Of which: Euro area (10) … … …

104 Members of OPEC (7) -23,449 -20,301 -10,739

105 Other countries (7) -78,911 -86,518 -123,694

C Trade in goods, by principal

end-use category, adjusted

to balance of payments

basis, excluding military:

1 Exports of goods, balance of

payments basis, excluding

military (A-8) 612,113 678,366 670,416

2 Agricultural products 61,520 58,467 53,156

3 Nonagricultural products 550,593 619,899 617,260

4 Foods, feeds, and beverages 55,953 51,953 46,831

5 Agricultural 51,677 48,053 43,508

6 Grains and preparations 21,230 16,137 14,361

7 Wheat 6,413 4,329 3,808

8 Corn 9,559 6,234 5,223

9 Soybeans 7,364 7,506 4,941

10 Meat products and

poultry 7,185 7,244 6,751

11 Vegetables, fruits,

nuts, and preparations 8,076 8,264 8,095

12 Other agricultural

foods, feeds, and

beverages 7,822 8,902 9,360

13 Nonagricultural (fish,

distilled beverages,

etc.) 4,276 3,900 3,323

14 Fish and shellfish 3,117 2,791 2,352

15 Industrial supplies and

materials 148,262 158,730 148,738

16 Agricultural 9,600 10,131 9,340

17 Raw cotton 2,744 2,718 2,575

18 Tobacco, unmanufactured 1,367 1,553 1,451

19 Hides and skins,

including furskins 1,693 1,665 1,270

20 Other agricultural

industrial supplies 3,796 4,195 4,044

21 Nonagricultural 138,662 148,599 139,398

22 Energy products 15,537 16,566 13,335

23 Fuels and lubricants 15,404 16,291 13,034

24 Coal and related

fuels 4,439 4,122 3,683

25 Petroleum and

products 9,631 10,419 8,075

26 Paper and paper base

stocks 12,482 12,785 12,151

27 Textile supplies and

related materials 10,154 11,391 9,570

28 Chemicals, excluding

medicinals 42,439 46,828 44,944

29 Building materials,

except metals 9,252 9,470 7,964

30 Other nonmetals 15,426 16,894 18,273

31 Metals and nonmetallic

products 33,372 34,665 33,161

32 Steelmaking materials 2,117 2,266 1,566

33 Iron and steel

products 5,448 5,920 5,763

34 Nonferrous metals 15,469 15,015 14,223

35 Nonmonetary gold 6,940 5,725 5,485

36 Other precious

metals 1,449 1,809 2,018

37 Other nonferrous

metals 7,080 7,481 6,720

38 Other metals and non-

metallic products 10,338 11,464 11,609

39 Capital goods, except

automotive 253,957 295,830 299,822

40 Machinery, except

consumer-type 221,006 252,103 243,307

41 Electric generating

machinery, electric

apparatus, and parts 24,028 27,883 27,212

42 Nonelectric, including

parts and

attachments 196,978 224,220 216,095

43 Oil drilling, mining,

and construction

machinery 12,671 15,936 15,913

44 Industrial engines,

pumps, and

compressors 9,593 11,724 10,919

45 Machine tools and

metalworking

machinery 5,799 6,503 6,274

46 Measuring, testing,

and control

instruments 9,805 11,774 12,540

47 Other industrial,

agricultural, and

service industry

machinery 41,742 47,340 44,487

48 Computers, peri-

pherals, and parts 43,719 49,360 45,247

49 Semiconductors 35,769 38,861 37,650

50 Telecommunications

equipment 20,217 23,340 23,869

51 Other office and

business machines 2,924 3,288 3,442

52 Scientific, hospital,

and medical

equipment and parts 14,739 16,094 15,754

53 Civilian aircraft,

engines, and parts 30,792 41,359 53,548

54 Civilian aircraft,

complete, all types 15,660 23,584 31,818

55 Other transportation

equipment 2,159 2,368 2,967

56 Automotive vehicles,

engines, and parts 64,359 73,435 72,512

57 To Canada 35,117 39,693 40,499

58 Passenger cars, new and

used 7,840 9,282 8,612

59 Trucks, buses, and

special purpose

vehicles 5,011 5,863 6,181

60 Engines and engine parts 3,788 4,065 4,483

61 Other parts and

accessories 18,478 20,483 21,223

62 To other areas 29,242 33,742 32,013

63 Passenger cars, new and

used 9,126 7,507 7,585

64 Trucks, buses, and

special purpose

vehicles 3,216 4,288 3,506

65 Engines and engine parts 2,355 2,940 2,670

66 Other parts and

accessories 14,545 19,007 18,252

67 Consumer goods (nonfood),

except automotive 69,322 77,031 79,367

68 Consumer nondurable goods,

manufactured 34,073 37,215 38,293

69 Medical, dental, and

pharmaceutical pre-

parations, including

vitamins 8,026 9,301 10,673

70 Consumer durable goods,

manufactured 32,356 36,790 37,820

71 Household and kitchen

appliances and other

household goods 13,204 15,298 15,693

72 Unmanufactured consumer

goods (gem stones,

nursery stock) 2,893 3,026 3,254

73 Exports, n.e.c. 20,260 21,387 23,146

74 Imports of goods, balance of

payments basis, excluding

military (A-16) 803,113 876,470 917,103

75 Petroleum and products (6) 72,746 71,740 50,631

76 Nonpetroleum products 730,367 804,730 866,472

77 Foods, feeds, and beverages 35,734 39,705 41,259

78 Agricultural 26,682 29,482 30,509

79 Coffee, cocoa, and sugar 4,118 5,039 4,484

80 Green coffee 2,491 3,575 3,069

81 Meat products and

poultry 3,776 4,167 4,320

82 Vegetables, fruits,

nuts, and preparations 7,390 7,632 8,245

83 Wine and related

products 2,793 3,254 3,628

84 Other agricultural

foods, feeds, and

beverages 8,606 9,392 9,832

85 Nonagricultural (fish,

distilled beverages,

etc.) 9,052 10,223 10,750

86 Fish and shellfish 6,663 7,702 8,117

87 Whiskey and other

alcoholic beverages 2,045 2,189 2,300

88 Industrial supplies and

materials 208,889 216,661 202,188

89 Agricultural 6,455 6,260 5,906

90 Nonagricultural products 202,434 210,401 196,282

91 Energy products 80,279 80,158 59,119

92 Fuels and lubricants

(6) 79,314 79,164 58,055

93 Paper and paper base

stocks 10,846 10,648 11,190

94 Textile supplies and

related materials 8,847 10,108 10,350

95 Chemicals, excluding

medicinals 26,405 28,642 28,707

96 Building materials,

except metals 15,025 16,811 17,898

97 Other nonmetals 13,278 14,092 14,594

98 Metals and nonmetallic

products 47,754 49,942 54,424

99 Steelmaking materials 3,045 2,998 3,273

100 Iron and steel

products 17,221 18,164 21,183

101 Nonferrous metals 21,677 22,035 22,836

102 Nonmonetary gold 7,747 6,608 6,527

103 Other precious

metals 2,493 2,644 3,942

104 Bauxite and aluminum 5,071 5,830 6,210

105 Other nonferrous

metals 6,366 6,953 6,157

106 Other metallic and

nonmetallic products 5,811 6,745 7,132

107 Capital goods, except

automotive 228,416 253,580 269,830

108 Machinery, except

consumer-type 213,992 235,227 245,406

109 Electric generating

machinery, electric

apparatus and parts 24,745 27,916 29,063

110 Nonelectric, including

parts and

attachments 189,247 207,311 216,343

111 Oil drilling, mining,

and construction

machinery 5,143 6,325 7,960

112 Industrial engines,

pumps, and

compressors 5,863 6,088 6,817

113 Machine tools and

metalworking

machinery 7,569 8,315 8,892

114 Measuring, testing,

and control

instruments 5,960 6,723 7,360

115 Other industrial,

agricultural, and

service industry

machinery 38,802 42,405 45,376

116 Computers,

peripherals, and

parts 61,514 70,176 72,474

117 Semiconductors 36,707 36,881 33,416

118 Telecommunications

equipment 12,960 14,144 16,237

119 Other office and

business machines 6,794 7,350 7,348

120 Scientific, hospital,

and medical

equipment and parts 7,935 8,904 10,463

121 Transportation equipment,

except automotive 14 18,353 24,424

122 Civilian aircraft,

engines, and parts 12,671 16,598 21,814

123 Civilian aircraft,

complete, all types 3,920 4,547 7,049

124 Automotive vehicles,

engines, and parts 128,743 139,429 148,636

125 From Canada 45,890 49,292 51,354

126 Passenger cars, new and

used 24,139 25,125 27,315

127 Trucks, buses, and

special purpose

vehicles 8,787 10,184 9,157

128 Engines and engine parts 2,562 2,841 3,353

129 Other parts and

accessories 10,402 11,142 11,529

130 From other areas 82,853 90,137 97,282

131 Passenger cars, new and

used 41,725 47,097 52,049

132 Trucks, buses, and

special purpose

vehicles 4,641 5,265 5,433

133 Engines and engine parts 9,374 9,098 9,403

134 Other parts and

accessories 27,113 28,677 30,397

135 Consumer goods (nonfood),

except automotive 172,533 194,626 217,371

136 Consumer nondurable goods,

manufactured 80,697 93,380 103,821

137 Textile apparel and

household goods,

except rugs 39,604 46,812 52,689

138 Footwear of leather,

rubber, and other

materials 9,724 10,500 10,781

139 Consumer durable goods,

manufactured 83,111 91,366 102,684

140 Household and kitchen

appliances and other

household goods 31,457 35,500 40,361

141 Toys, shooting, and

sporting goods,

including bicycles 15,479 18,159 19,321

142 Television and video

receivers 11,024 11,458 14,325

143 Radio and stereo

equipment, including

records, tapes, and

disks 8,494 8,571 9,266

144 Unmanufactured consumer

goods (gemstones,

nursery stock) 8,725 9,880 10,866

145 Imports, n.e.c., and U.S.

goods returned 28,798 32,469 37,819

146 U.S. goods returned 18,552 20,581 24,044

147 Other products, including

balance of payments

adjustments not included

above (minimum value

shipments and

miscellaneous imports) 10,246 11,888 13,775

Line 1999 2000

A Balance of payments

adjustments to Census trade

data:

EXPORTS

1 Exports of goods, Census

basis (1) including

reexports and including

military grant shipments 695,797 781,918

Adjustments:

2 Private gift parcel

remittances 646 511

3 Gold exports, nonmonetary 27 …

4 Inland U.S. freight to

Canada … …

5 U.S.-Canadian reconciliation

adjustments, n.e.c.,

net (2) … …

6 Exports transferred under

U.S. military agency sales

contracts identified in

Census documents (3) -10,658 -8,086

7 Other adjustments, net (4) -1,847 -2,349

8 Equals: Exports of goods,

adjusted to balance of

payments basis excluding

“military” (table 1, line 3) 683,965 771,994

IMPORTS

9 Imports of goods, Census

basis (1) (general

imports) 1,024,618 1,218,022

Adjustments:

10 Electric energy 6 4

11 Gold imports, nonmonetary 2,727 3,214

12 Inland freight in Canada 3,114 3,929

13 U.S.-Canadian reconciliation

adjustment, n.e.c.,

net (2) … …

14 Imports of U.S. military

agencies identified in

Census documents (3) -929 -743

15 Other adjustments, net (5 6) -96 -18

16 Equals: Imports of goods,

adjusted to balance of

payments basis, excluding

“military” (table 1, line

20) 1,029,980 1,224,408

B Trade in goods, by area and

country, adjusted to balance

of payments basis,

excluding military: (7)

EXPORTS

1 Total, all countries (A-8) 683,965 771,994

2 Europe 168,295 184,656

3 European Union 149,040 162,521

4 Belgium and Luxembourg 13,264 14,213

5 France 18,518 20,199

6 Germany (8) 26,359 28,921

7 Italy 9,878 10,951

8 Netherlands 19,342 21,714

9 United Kingdom 37,657 40,725

10 Other 24,022 25,798

11 Europe, excluding EU 19,255 22,135

12 Canada (2) 166,713 178,877

13 Japan 56,073 63,473

14 Australia, New Zealand, and

South Africa (9) … …

15 Australia 11,539 12,188

16 Latin America and Other

Western Hemisphere 141,494 170,268

17 Brazil 13,116 15,257

18 Mexico 86,758 111,172

19 Venezuela 5,314 5,509

20 Other 36,306 38,330

21 Other countries in Asia and

Africa (7 9) 139,851 162,531

22 Asia (7 9) 129,563 152,002

23 Members of OPEC 11,909 10,518

24 China 13,047 16,141

25 Hong Kong 12,565 14,510

26 Korea, Republic of 22,256 27,150

27 Singapore 16,009 17,620

28 Taiwan 17,430 23,832

29 Africa (7 9) 9,493 10,165

30 Members of OPEC 1,092 1,598

31 International organizations

and unallocated … 1

Memoranda:

32 Industrial countries (7) 401,525 438,292

33 Of which: Euro area (10) 105,474 115,826

34 Members of OPEC (7) 18,315 17,625

35 Other countries (7) 264,125 316,076

IMPORTS

36 Total, all countries (A-16) 1,029,980 1,224,408

37 Europe 226,690 259,526

38 European Union 194,634 219,945

39 Belgium and Luxembourg 9,503 10,259

40 France 25,705 29,772

41 Germany (8) 55,166 58,500

42 Italy 22,350 25,031

43 Netherlands 8,424 9,624

44 United Kingdom 38,789 43,388

45 Other 34,697 43,371

46 Western Europe, excluding

EU 32,056 39,581

47 Canada (2) 201,287 233,676

48 Japan 130,873 146,492

49 Australia, New Zealand, and

South Africa (9) … …

50 Australia 5,280 6,422

51 Latin America and Other

Western Hemisphere 169,030 210,178

52 Brazil 11,313 13,852

53 Mexico 110,550 136,811

54 Venezuela 11,334 18,623

55 Other 35,833 40,892

56 Other countries in Asia and

Africa (7 9) 296,820 368,114

57 Asia (7 9) 279,518 340,265

58 Members of OPEC 24,433 35,204

59 China 81,789 100,021

60 Hong Kong 10,524 11,455

61 Korea, Republic of 31,154 40,297

62 Singapore 18,202 19,201

63 Taiwan 35,211 40,507

64 Africa (7 9) 16,956 27,545

65 Members of OPEC 6,185 13,168

66 International organizations

and unallocated … …

Memoranda:

67 Industrial countries (7) 557,249 636,311

68 Of which: Euro area (10) 144,928 164,002

69 Members of OPEC (7) 41,952 66,995

70 Other countries (7) 430,779 521,102

BALANCE (EXCESS OF EXPORTS +)

71 Total, all countries -346,015 -452,414

72 Europe -58,395 -74,870

73 European Union -45,594 -57,424

74 Belgium and Luxembourg 3,761 3,954

75 France -7,187 -9,573

76 Germany (8) -28,807 -29,579

77 Italy -12,472 -14,080

78 Netherlands 10,918 12,090

79 United Kingdom -1,132 -2,663

80 Other -10,675 -17,573

81 Western Europe, excluding

EU -12,801 -17,446

82 Canada (2) -34,574 -54,799

83 Japan -74,800 -83,019

84 Australia, New Zealand, and

South Africa (9) … …

85 Australia 6,259 5,766

86 Latin America and Other

Western Hemisphere -27,536 -39,910

87 Brazil 1,803 1,405

88 Mexico -23,792 -25,639

89 Venezuela -6,020 -13,114

90 Other 473 -2,562

91 Other countries in Asia and

Africa (7 9) -156,969 -205,583

92 Asia (7 9) -149,955 -188,263

93 Members of OPEC -12,524 -24,686

94 China -68,742 -83,880

95 Hong Kong 2,041 3,055

96 Korea, Republic of -8,898 -13,147

97 Singapore -2,193 -1,581

98 Taiwan -17,781 -16,675

99 Africa (7 9) -7,463 -17,380

100 Members of OPEC -5,093 -11,570

101 International organizations

and unallocated … 1

Memoranda:

102 Industrial countries (7) -155,724 -198,019

103 Of which: Euro area (10) -39,454 -48,176

104 Members of OPEC (7) -236,371 -493,701

105 Other countries (7) -166,654 -205,026

C Trade in goods, by principal

end-use category, adjusted

to balance of payments

basis, excluding military:

1 Exports of goods, balance of

payments basis, excluding

military (A-8) 683,965 771,994

2 Agricultural products 49,657 52,801

3 Nonagricultural products 634,308 719,193

4 Foods, feeds, and beverages 45,977 47,871

5 Agricultural 42,032 43,749

6 Grains and preparations 13,910 13,650

7 Wheat 3,730 3,500

8 Corn 5,667 5,259

9 Soybeans 4,623 5,382

10 Meat products and

poultry 6,850 7,708

11 Vegetables, fruits,

nuts, and preparations 7,948 8,357

12 Other agricultural

foods, feeds, and

beverages 8,701 8,652

13 Nonagricultural (fish,

distilled beverages,

etc.) 3,945 4,122

14 Fish and shellfish 2,970 3,033

15 Industrial supplies and

materials 147,636 172,650

16 Agricultural 7,323 8,761

17 Raw cotton 970 1,925

18 Tobacco, unmanufactured 1,299 1,195

19 Hides and skins,

including furskins 1,148 1,602

20 Other agricultural

industrial supplies 3,906 4,039

21 Nonagricultural 140,313 163,889

22 Energy products 12,882 166,361

23 Fuels and lubricants 12,540 16,201

24 Coal and related

fuels 2,749 2,598

25 Petroleum and

products 8,620 12,012

26 Paper and paper base

stocks 12,174 14,000

27 Textile supplies and

related materials 9,806 11,367

28 Chemicals, excluding

medicinals 45,927 52,242

29 Building materials,

except metals 8,156 8,755

30 Other nonmetals 18,896 21,629

31 Metals and nonmetallic

products 32,472 39,260

32 Steelmaking materials 1,415 1,732

33 Iron and steel

products 5,741 6,827

34 Nonferrous metals 13,526 16,048

35 Nonmonetary gold 5,263 6,028

36 Other precious

metals 1,812 24,761

37 Other nonferrous

metals 6,451 7,544

38 Other metals and non-

metallic products 11,790 14,653

39 Capital goods, except

automotive 311,249 356,999

40 Machinery, except

consumer-type 255,155 306,342

41 Electric generating

machinery, electric

apparatus, and parts 29,353 35,766

42 Nonelectric, including

parts and

attachments 225,802 270,576

43 Oil drilling, mining,

and construction

machinery 11,965 12,598

44 Industrial engines,

pumps, and

compressors 10,992 11,602

45 Machine tools and

metalworking

machinery 6,208 7,468

46 Measuring, testing,

and control

instruments 13,142 16,369

47 Other industrial,

agricultural, and

service industry

machinery 44,695 53,142

48 Computers, peri-

pherals, and parts 46,724 55,542

49 Semiconductors 46,962 60,077

50 Telecommunications

equipment 25,367 31,268

51 Other office and

business machines 2,999 3,201

52 Scientific, hospital,

and medical

equipment and parts 16,748 19,309

53 Civilian aircraft,

engines, and parts 52,920 48,091

54 Civilian aircraft,

complete, all types 28,996 22,693

55 Other transportation

equipment 3,174 2,566

56 Automotive vehicles,

engines, and parts 75,256 80,357

57 To Canada 45,941 45,810

58 Passenger cars, new and

used 9,212 9,226

59 Trucks, buses, and

special purpose

vehicles 6,677 6,521

60 Engines and engine parts 5,620 5,848

61 Other parts and

accessories 24,432 24,215

62 To other areas 29,315 34,547

63 Passenger cars, new and

used 7,243 7,522

64 Trucks, buses, and

special purpose

vehicles 2,157 2,858

65 Engines and engine parts 3,306 4,633

66 Other parts and

accessories 16,609 19,534

67 Consumer goods (nonfood),

except automotive 80,923 89,377

68 Consumer nondurable goods,

manufactured 38,826 42,381

69 Medical, dental, and

pharmaceutical pre-

parations, including

vitamins 12,457 14,312

70 Consumer durable goods,

manufactured 38,251 42,273

71 Household and kitchen

appliances and other

household goods 16,151 17,746

72 Unmanufactured consumer

goods (gem stones,

nursery stock) 3,846 4,723

73 Exports, n.e.c. 22,924 24,740

74 Imports of goods, balance of

payments basis, excluding

military (A-16) 1,029,980 1,224,408

75 Petroleum and products (6) 67,768 120,185

76 Nonpetroleum products 962,212 1,104,223

77 Foods, feeds, and beverages 43,602 45,978

78 Agricultural 31,703 32,777

79 Coffee, cocoa, and sugar 3,712 3,258

80 Green coffee 2,534 2,350

81 Meat products and

poultry 4,502 5,296

82 Vegetables, fruits,

nuts, and preparations 9,135 9,191

83 Wine and related

products 4,163 4,500

84 Other agricultural

foods, feeds, and

beverages 10,191 10,531

85 Nonagricultural (fish,

distilled beverages,

etc.) 11,899 13,201

86 Fish and shellfish 8,914 9,909

87 Whiskey and other

alcoholic beverages 2,618 2,948

88 Industrial supplies and

materials 224,079 302,103

89 Agricultural 5,535 5,607

90 Nonagricultural products 218,544 296,496

91 Energy products 78,140 138,397

92 Fuels and lubricants

(6) 76,838 135,677

93 Paper and paper base

stocks 11,582 13,686

94 Textile supplies and

related materials 10,305 11,255

95 Chemicals, excluding

medicinals 29,600 33,761

96 Building materials,

except metals 21,812 21,788

97 Other nonmetals 15,799 17,848

98 Metals and nonmetallic

products 51,306 59,761

99 Steelmaking materials 2,792 3,098

100 Iron and steel

products 18,125 20,908

101 Nonferrous metals 22,796 26,686

102 Nonmonetary gold 5,768 5,876

103 Other precious

metals 4,463 6,643

104 Bauxite and aluminum 6,400 6,981

105 Other nonferrous

metals 6,165 7,186

106 Other metallic and

nonmetallic products 7,593 9,069

107 Capital goods, except

automotive 295,717 347,024

108 Machinery, except

consumer-type 269,137 318,042

109 Electric generating

machinery, electric

apparatus and parts 32,815 39,716

110 Nonelectric, including

parts and

attachments 236,322 278,326

111 Oil drilling, mining,

and construction

machinery 6,984 7,166

112 Industrial engines,

pumps, and

compressors 7,715 9,453

113 Machine tools and

metalworking

machinery 7,757 8,659

114 Measuring, testing,

and control

instruments 7,831 9,534

115 Other industrial,

agricultural, and

service industry

machinery 46,849 51,636

116 Computers,

peripherals, and

parts 81,456 89,762

117 Semiconductors 37,628 48,354

118 Telecommunications

equipment 21,553 32,688

119 Other office and

business machines 6,399 6,133

120 Scientific, hospital,

and medical

equipment and parts 12,150 14,941

121 Transportation equipment,

except automotive 26,580 28,982

122 Civilian aircraft,

engines, and parts 23,773 26,376

123 Civilian aircraft,

complete, all types 9,217 12,404

124 Automotive vehicles,

engines, and parts 178,965 195,876

125 From Canada 63,841 63,952

126 Passenger cars, new and

used 33,789 33,931

127 Trucks, buses, and

special purpose

vehicles 12,830 12,154

128 Engines and engine parts 4,128 4,235

129 Other parts and

accessories 13,094 13,632

130 From other areas 115,124 131,924

131 Passenger cars, new and

used 62,508 75,267

132 Trucks, buses, and

special purpose

vehicles 7,191 6,488

133 Engines and engine parts 10,358 11,075

134 Other parts and

accessories 35,067 39,094

135 Consumer goods (nonfood),

except automotive 242,047 282,008

136 Consumer nondurable goods,

manufactured 114,525 131,310

137 Textile apparel and

household goods,

except rugs 55,936 63,279

138 Footwear of leather,

rubber, and other

materials 10,757 11,376

139 Consumer durable goods,

manufactured 115,100 135,863

140 Household and kitchen

appliances and other

household goods 47,183 56,168

141 Toys, shooting, and

sporting goods,

including bicycles 19,831 21,730

142 Television and video

receivers 16,381 21,044

143 Radio and stereo

equipment, including

records, tapes, and

disks 9,465 10,876

144 Unmanufactured consumer

goods (gemstones,

nursery stock) 12,422 14,835

145 Imports, n.e.c., and U.S.

goods returned 45,570 51,419

146 U.S. goods returned 28,779 31,858

147 Other products, including

balance of payments

adjustments not included

above (minimum value

shipments and

miscellaneous imports) 16,791 19,561

Line 2001 2002

A Balance of payments

adjustments to Census trade

data:

EXPORTS

1 Exports of goods, Census

basis (1) including

reexports and including

military grant shipments 729,100 693,103

Adjustments:

2 Private gift parcel

remittances 458 394

3 Gold exports, nonmonetary … …

4 Inland U.S. freight to

Canada … …

5 U.S.-Canadian reconciliation

adjustments, n.e.c.,

net (2) … …

6 Exports transferred under

U.S. military agency sales

contracts identified in

Census documents (3) -7,935 -7,393

7 Other adjustments, net (4) -2,911 -3,682

8 Equals: Exports of goods,

adjusted to balance of

payments basis excluding

“military” (table 1, line 3) 718,712 682,422

IMPORTS

9 Imports of goods, Census

basis (1) (general

imports) 1,140,999 1,161,366

Adjustments:

10 Electric energy 25 3

11 Gold imports, nonmonetary 2,220 400

12 Inland freight in Canada 3,609 3,782

13 U.S.-Canadian reconciliation

adjustment, n.e.c.,

net (2) … …

14 Imports of U.S. military

agencies identified in

Census documents (3) -871 -671

15 Other adjustments, net (5 6) -82 -160

16 Equals: Imports of goods,

adjusted to balance of

payments basis, excluding

“military” (table 1, line

20) 1,145,900 1,164,720

B Trade in goods, by area and

country, adjusted to balance

of payments basis,

excluding military: (7)

EXPORTS

1 Total, all countries (A-8) 718,712 682,422

2 Europe 178,224 160,040

3 European Union 155,787 140,449

4 Belgium and Luxembourg 13,846 13,623

5 France 19,716 18,871

6 Germany (8) 29,363 26,027

7 Italy 9,715 9,810

8 Netherlands 19,328 18,110

9 United Kingdom 39,701 32,085

10 Other 24,118 21,923

11 Europe, excluding EU 22,437 19,591

12 Canada (2) 163,259 160,916

13 Japan 55,879 49,670

14 Australia, New Zealand, and

South Africa (9) … …

15 Australia 10,596 12,758

16 Latin America and Other

Western Hemisphere 158,973 148,162

17 Brazil 15,790 12,267

18 Mexico 101,181 97,242

19 Venezuela 5,600 3,967

20 Other 36,402 34,686

21 Other countries in Asia and

Africa (7 9) 151,781 150,876

22 Asia (7 9) 140,063 140,834

23 Members of OPEC 11,904 11,798

24 China 19,108 22,040

25 Hong Kong 13,943 12,539

26 Korea, Republic of 21,203 21,756

27 Singapore 17,337 15,977

28 Taiwan 17,394 17,886

29 Africa (7 9) 11,383 9,771

30 Members of OPEC 1,999 2,043

31 International organizations

and unallocated … …

Memoranda:

32 Industrial countries (7) 406,148 381,132

33 Of which: Euro area (10) 111,049 103,860

34 Members of OPEC (7) 19,503 17,808

35 Other countries (7) 293,061 283,482

IMPORTS

36 Total, all countries (A-16) 1,145,900 1,164,720

37 Europe 255,367 260,782

38 European Union 219,486 225,366

39 Belgium and Luxembourg 10,462 10,098

40 France 30,372 28,257

41 Germany (8) 59,032 62,471

42 Italy 23,767 24,198

43 Netherlands 9,456 9,799

44 United Kingdom 40,982 40,464

45 Other 45,415 50,079

46 Western Europe, excluding

EU 35,881 35,416

47 Canada (2) 218,726 211,756

48 Japan 126,478 121,426

49 Australia, New Zealand, and

South Africa (9) … …

50 Australia 6,462 6,446

51 Latin America and Other

Western Hemisphere 199,610 205,008

52 Brazil 14,467 15,780

53 Mexico 132,205 135,496

54 Venezuela 15,250 15,093

55 Other 37,688 38,639

56 Other countries in Asia and

Africa (7 9) 339,257 359,302

57 Asia (7 9) 313,475 336,841

58 Members of OPEC 33,026 29,847

59 China 102,279 125,189

60 Hong Kong 9,648 9,330

61 Korea, Republic of 35,192 35,570

62 Singapore 15,038 14,789

63 Taiwan 33,382 32,152

64 Africa (7 9) 25,437 22,101

65 Members of OPEC 11,476 8,306

66 International organizations

and unallocated … …

Memoranda:

67 Industrial countries (7) 599,330 591,844

68 Of which: Euro area (10) 166,190 172,474

69 Members of OPEC (7) 59,752 53,246

70 Other countries (7) 486,818 519,630

BALANCE (EXCESS OF EXPORTS +)

71 Total, all countries -427,188 -482,298

72 Europe -77,143 -100,742

73 European Union -63,699 -84,917

74 Belgium and Luxembourg 3,384 3,525

75 France -10,656 -9,386

76 Germany (8) -29,669 -36,444

77 Italy -14,052 -14,388

78 Netherlands 9,872 8,311

79 United Kingdom -1,281 -8,379

80 Other -21,297 -28,156

81 Western Europe, excluding

EU -13,444 -15,825

82 Canada (2) -55,467 -50,840

83 Japan -70,599 -71,756

84 Australia, New Zealand, and

South Africa (9) … …

85 Australia 4,134 6,312

86 Latin America and Other

Western Hemisphere 40,637 -56,846

87 Brazil 1,323 -3,513

88 Mexico -31,024 -38,254

89 Venezuela -9,650 -11,126

90 Other -1,286 -3,953

91 Other countries in Asia and

Africa (7 9) -187,476 -208,426

92 Asia (7 9) -173,412 -196,007

93 Members of OPEC -21,122 -18,049

94 China -83,171 -103,149

95 Hong Kong 4,295 3,209

96 Korea, Republic of -13,989 -13,814

97 Singapore 2,299 1,188

98 Taiwan -15,988 -14,266

99 Africa (7 9) -14,054 -12,330

100 Members of OPEC -9,477 -6,263

101 International organizations

and unallocated … …

Memoranda:

102 Industrial countries (7) -193,182 -210,712

103 Of which: Euro area (10) -55,141 -68,614

104 Members of OPEC (7) -40,249 -35,438

105 Other countries (7) -193,757 -236,148

C Trade in goods, by principal

end-use category, adjusted

to balance of payments

basis, excluding military:

1 Exports of goods, balance of

payments basis, excluding

military (A-8) 718,712 682,422

2 Agricultural products 54,890 54,512

3 Nonagricultural products 663,822 627,910

4 Foods, feeds, and beverages 49,408 49,616

5 Agricultural 44,889 45,030

6 Grains and preparations 13,942 14,363

7 Wheat 3,477 3,772

8 Corn 5,344 5,785

9 Soybeans 5,500 5,806

10 Meat products and

poultry 7,987 7,002

11 Vegetables, fruits,

nuts, and preparations 8,261 8,596

12 Other agricultural

foods, feeds, and

beverages 9,199 9,263

13 Nonagricultural (fish,

distilled beverages,

etc.) 4,519 4,586

14 Fish and shellfish 3,266 3,197

15 Industrial supplies and

materials 160,199 156,828

16 Agricultural 9,723 9,213

17 Raw cotton 2,177 2,067

18 Tobacco, unmanufactured 1,269 1,060

19 Hides and skins,

including furskins 1,970 1,751

20 Other agricultural

industrial supplies 4,307 4,335

21 Nonagricultural 150,476 147,615

22 Energy products 15,922 15,085

23 Fuels and lubricants 14,674 14,766

24 Coal and related

fuels 2,258 1,923

25 Petroleum and

products 10,637 10,338

26 Paper and paper base

stocks 12,386 12,211

27 Textile supplies and

related materials 10,866 11,142

28 Chemicals, excluding

medicinals 49,326 52,320

29 Building materials,

except metals 7,770 7,610

30 Other nonmetals 19,598 17,030

31 Metals and nonmetallic

products 34,608 32,217

32 Steelmaking materials 1,769 1,863

33 Iron and steel

products 6,199 5,988

34 Nonferrous metals 14,219 12,127

35 Nonmonetary gold 4,896 3,357

36 Other precious

metals 2,695 2,561

37 Other nonferrous

metals 6,628 6,209

38 Other metals and non-

metallic products 12,421 12,239

39 Capital goods, except

automotive 321,723 290,437

40 Machinery, except

consumer-type 266,432 237,586

41 Electric generating

machinery, electric

apparatus, and parts 30,887 27,544

42 Nonelectric, including

parts and

attachments 235,545 210,042

43 Oil drilling, mining,

and construction

machinery 14,057 12,893

44 Industrial engines,

pumps, and

compressors 11,992 11,602

45 Machine tools and

metalworking

machinery 5,816 5,174

46 Measuring, testing,

and control

instruments 14,169 13,218

47 Other industrial,

agricultural, and

service industry

machinery 46,060 42,831

48 Computers, peri-

pherals, and parts 47,555 38,553

49 Semiconductors 45,065 42,235

50 Telecommunications

equipment 27,874 22,208

51 Other office and

business machines 2,894 2,023

52 Scientific, hospital,

and medical

equipment and parts 20,063 19,305

53 Civilian aircraft,

engines, and parts 52,618 50,426

54 Civilian aircraft,

complete, all types 25,816 26,677

55 Other transportation

equipment 2,673 2,425

56 Automotive vehicles,

engines, and parts 75,435 78,942

57 To Canada 40,598 44,552

58 Passenger cars, new and

used 8,647 10,178

59 Trucks, buses, and

special purpose

vehicles 5,335 6,418

60 Engines and engine parts 5,260 5,255

61 Other parts and

accessories 21,356 22,701

62 To other areas 34,837 34,390

63 Passenger cars, new and

used 9,179 10,374

64 Trucks, buses, and

special purpose

vehicles 2,225 1,945

65 Engines and engine parts 4,624 4,858

66 Other parts and

accessories 18,809 17,213

67 Consumer goods (nonfood),

except automotive 88,331 84,359

68 Consumer nondurable goods,

manufactured 41,681 40,164

69 Medical, dental, and

pharmaceutical pre-

parations, including

vitamins 16,577 17,348

70 Consumer durable goods,

manufactured 41,940 39,091

71 Household and kitchen

appliances and other

household goods 17,658 16,866

72 Unmanufactured consumer

goods (gem stones,

nursery stock) 4,710 5,104

73 Exports, n.e.c. 23,616 22,240

74 Imports of goods, balance of

payments basis, excluding

military (A-16) 1,145,900 1,164,720

75 Petroleum and products (6) 103,587 103,491

76 Nonpetroleum products 1,042,313 1,061,229

77 Foods, feeds, and beverages 46,642 49,687

78 Agricultural 33,435 36,041

79 Coffee, cocoa, and sugar 2,307 2,436

80 Green coffee 1,356 1,369

81 Meat products and

poultry 6,046 6,017

82 Vegetables, fruits,

nuts, and preparations 9,415 10,072

83 Wine and related

products 4,692 5,352

84 Other agricultural

foods, feeds, and

beverages 10,976 12,162

85 Nonagricultural (fish,

distilled beverages,

etc.) 13,207 13,646

86 Fish and shellfish 9,754 10,027

87 Whiskey and other

alcoholic beverages 3,067 3,288

88 Industrial supplies and

materials 276,114 268,079

89 Agricultural 5,312 5,233

90 Nonagricultural products 270,802 262,846

91 Energy products 124,876 118,802

92 Fuels and lubricants

(6) 122,114 117,656

93 Paper and paper base

stocks 12,239 11,462

94 Textile supplies and

related materials 10,314 10,868

95 Chemicals, excluding

medicinals 34,049 33,088

96 Building materials,

except metals 21,261 22,487

97 Other nonmetals 17,252 18,433

98 Metals and nonmetallic

products 50,811 47,706

99 Steelmaking materials 2,236 2,452

100 Iron and steel

products 16,709 17,730

101 Nonferrous metals 23,245 18,841

102 Nonmonetary gold 4,305 2,856

103 Other precious

metals 6,064 3,714

104 Bauxite and aluminum 6,396 6,599

105 Other nonferrous

metals 6,480 5,672

106 Other metallic and

nonmetallic products 8,621 8,683

107 Capital goods, except

automotive 297,992 283,323

108 Machinery, except

consumer-type 264,502 256,133

109 Electric generating

machinery, electric

apparatus and parts 34,788 32,879

110 Nonelectric, including

parts and

attachments 229,714 223,254

111 Oil drilling, mining,

and construction

machinery 6,901 6,573

112 Industrial engines,

pumps, and

compressors 9,780 9,034

113 Machine tools and

metalworking

machinery 7,416 5,943

114 Measuring, testing,

and control

instruments 9,006 8,927

115 Other industrial,

agricultural, and

service industry

machinery 47,478 47,979

116 Computers,

peripherals, and

parts 74,001 75,150

117 Semiconductors 30,423 26,015

118 Telecommunications

equipment 24,632 23,135

119 Other office and

business machines 4,864 44,681

120 Scientific, hospital,

and medical

equipment and parts 15,213 160,301

121 Transportation equipment,

except automotive 33,490 27,190

122 Civilian aircraft,

engines, and parts 31,358 25,458

123 Civilian aircraft,

complete, all types 14,885 12,300

124 Automotive vehicles,

engines, and parts 189,783 203,744

125 From Canada 57,865 59,748

126 Passenger cars, new and

used 30,561 30,996

127 Trucks, buses, and

special purpose

vehicles 11,073 11,091

128 Engines and engine parts 3,446 3,590

129 Other parts and

accessories 12,785 14,071

130 From other areas 131,918 143,996

131 Passenger cars, new and

used 76,090 82,997

132 Trucks, buses, and

special purpose

vehicles 8,163 8,306

133 Engines and engine parts 10,345 11,357

134 Other parts and

accessories 37 41,336

135 Consumer goods (nonfood),

except automotive 284,486 307,973

136 Consumer nondurable goods,

manufactured 136,725 146,197

137 Textile apparel and

household goods,

except rugs 62,983 64,308

138 Footwear of leather,

rubber, and other

materials 11,775 11,617

139 Consumer durable goods,

manufactured 134,509 146,925

140 Household and kitchen

appliances and other

household goods 58,869 66,294

141 Toys, shooting, and

sporting goods,

including bicycles 21,885 23,217

142 Television and video

receivers 20,675 23,110

143 Radio and stereo

equipment, including

records, tapes, and

disks 9,195 9,632

144 Unmanufactured consumer

goods (gemstones,

nursery stock) 13,252 14,851

145 Imports, n.e.c., and U.S.

goods returned 50,883 51,914

146 U.S. goods returned 32,693 32,750

147 Other products, including

balance of payments

adjustments not included

above (minimum value

shipments and

miscellaneous imports) 18,190 19,164

Line 2003 2004

A Balance of payments

adjustments to Census trade

data:

EXPORTS

1 Exports of goods, Census

basis (1) including

reexports and including

military grant shipments 724,771 818,775

Adjustments:

2 Private gift parcel

remittances 394 485

3 Gold exports, nonmonetary … …

4 Inland U.S. freight to

Canada … …

5 U.S.-Canadian reconciliation

adjustments, n.e.c.,

net (2) … …

6 Exports transferred under

U.S. military agency sales

contracts identified in

Census documents (3) -8,426 -8,204

7 Other adjustments, net (4) -3,318 -3,520

8 Equals: Exports of goods,

adjusted to balance of

payments basis excluding

“military” (table 1, line 3) 713,421 807,536

IMPORTS

9 Imports of goods, Census

basis (1) (general

imports) 1,257,121 1,469,704

Adjustments:

10 Electric energy 74 123

11 Gold imports, nonmonetary 625 40

12 Inland freight in Canada 3,857 4,347

13 U.S.-Canadian reconciliation

adjustment, n.e.c.,

net (2) … …

14 Imports of U.S. military

agencies identified in

Census documents (3) -692 -964

15 Other adjustments, net (5 6) -268 -324

16 Equals: Imports of goods,

adjusted to balance of

payments basis, excluding

“military” (table 1, line

20) 1,260,717 1,472,926

B Trade in goods, by area and

country, adjusted to balance

of payments basis,

excluding military: (7)

EXPORTS

1 Total, all countries (A-8) 713,421 807,536

2 Europe 168,313 189,418

3 European Union 147,428 167,669

4 Belgium and Luxembourg 15,333 17,420

5 France 16,850 21,083

6 Germany (8) 28,291 30,844

7 Italy 10,287 10,420

8 Netherlands 20,535 24,119

9 United Kingdom 32,871 35,120

10 Other 23,261 28,663

11 Europe, excluding EU 20,885 21,749

12 Canada (2) 169,929 189,982

13 Japan 50,253 52,288

14 Australia, New Zealand, and

South Africa (9) … …

15 Australia 12,698 13,766

16 Latin America and Other

Western Hemisphere 148,956 171,887

17 Brazil 11,125 13,726

18 Mexico 97,224 110,698

19 Venezuela 2,783 4,742

20 Other 37,824 42,721

21 Other countries in Asia and

Africa (7 9) 163,272 190,195

22 Asia (7 9) 152,863 177,100

23 Members of OPEC 12,266 14,287

24 China 28,287 34,639

25 Hong Kong 13,453 15,784

26 Korea, Republic of 23,481 25,729

27 Singapore 16,147 19,254

28 Taiwan 16,988 21,305

29 Africa (7 9) 10,122 12,773

30 Members of OPEC 1,507 2,563

31 International organizations

and unallocated … …

Memoranda:

32 Industrial countries (7) 398,763 441,562

33 Of which: Euro area (10) 109,958 124,798

34 Members of OPEC (7) 16,556 21,592

35 Other countries (7) 298,102 344,382

IMPORTS

36 Total, all countries (A-16) 1,260,717 1,472,926

37 Europe 284,680 320,915

38 European Union 244,981 278,153

39 Belgium and Luxembourg 10,404 12,733

40 France 29,208 31,587

41 Germany (8) 68,007 77,130

42 Italy 25,392 28,086

43 Netherlands 11,520 12,404

44 United Kingdom 42,574 46,032

45 Other 57,876 70,181

46 Western Europe, excluding

EU 39,699 42,762

47 Canada (2) 224,249 259,034

48 Japan 118,034 129,807

49 Australia, New Zealand, and

South Africa (9) … …

50 Australia 6,395 7,520

51 Latin America and Other

Western Hemisphere 217,869 255,762

52 Brazil 17,909 21,159

53 Mexico 139,036 157,105

54 Venezuela 17,136 24,921

55 Other 43,788 52,577

56 Other countries in Asia and

Africa (7 9) 409,490 499,888

57 Asia (7 9) 377,103 453,855

58 Members of OPEC 36,068 45,194

59 China 152,426 196,674

60 Hong Kong 8,851 9,316

61 Korea, Republic of 37,226 46,164

62 Singapore 15,136 15,359

63 Taiwan 31,603 34,626

64 Africa (7 9) 32,021 45,636

65 Members of OPEC 15,142 23,990

66 International organizations

and unallocated … …

Memoranda:

67 Industrial countries (7) 622,073 702,264

68 Of which: Euro area (10) 187,608 209,393

69 Members of OPEC (7) 68,346 94,105

70 Other countries (7) 570,298 676,557

BALANCE (EXCESS OF EXPORTS +)

71 Total, all countries -547,296 -665,390

72 Europe -116,367 -131,497

73 European Union -97,553 -110,484

74 Belgium and Luxembourg 4,929 4,687

75 France -12,358 -10,504

76 Germany (8) -39,716 -46,286

77 Italy -15,105 -17,666

78 Netherlands 9,015 11,715

79 United Kingdom -9,703 -10,912

80 Other -34,615 -41,518

81 Western Europe, excluding

EU -18,814 -21,013

82 Canada (2) -54,320 -69,052

83 Japan -67,781 -77,519

84 Australia, New Zealand, and

South Africa (9) … …

85 Australia 6,303 6,246

86 Latin America and Other

Western Hemisphere -68,913 -83,875

87 Brazil -6,784 -7,433

88 Mexico -41,812 -46,407

89 Venezuela -14,353 -20,179

90 Other -5,964 -9,856

91 Other countries in Asia and

Africa (7 9) -246,218 -309,693

92 Asia (7 9) -224,240 -276,755

93 Members of OPEC -23,802 -30,907

94 China -124,139 -162,035

95 Hong Kong 4,602 6,468

96 Korea, Republic of -13,745 -20,435

97 Singapore 1,011 3,895

98 Taiwan -14,615 -13,321

99 Africa (7 9) -21,899 -32,863

100 Members of OPEC -13,635 -21,427

101 International organizations

and unallocated … …

Memoranda:

102 Industrial countries (7) -223,310 -260,702

103 Of which: Euro area (10) -77,650 -84,595

104 Members of OPEC (7) -51,790 -72,513

105 Other countries (7) -272,196 -332,175

C Trade in goods, by principal

end-use category, adjusted

to balance of payments

basis, excluding military:

1 Exports of goods, balance of

payments basis, excluding

military (A-8) 713,421 807,536

2 Agricultural products 60,884 62,940

3 Nonagricultural products 652,537 744,596

4 Foods, feeds, and beverages 55,026 56,568

5 Agricultural 50,023 50,956

6 Grains and preparations 14,806 17,069

7 Wheat 4,002 5,192

8 Corn 5,751 6,927

9 Soybeans 8,048 6,894

10 Meat products and

poultry 7,873 5,672

11 Vegetables, fruits,

nuts, and preparations 9,151 10,088

12 Other agricultural

foods, feeds, and

beverages 10,145 11,233

13 Nonagricultural (fish,

distilled beverages,

etc.) 5,003 5,612

14 Fish and shellfish 3,364 3,823

15 Industrial supplies and

materials 173,053 203,966

16 Agricultural 10,573 11,668

17 Raw cotton 3,389 4,279

18 Tobacco, unmanufactured 1,027 1,041

19 Hides and skins,

including furskins 1,794 1,758

20 Other agricultural

industrial supplies 4,363 4,590

21 Nonagricultural 162,480 192,298

22 Energy products 18,230 24,641

23 Fuels and lubricants 17,466 23,806

24 Coal and related

fuels 1,804 2,967

25 Petroleum and

products 12,693 17,082

26 Paper and paper base

stocks 12,814 13,971

27 Textile supplies and

related materials 11,347 12,824

28 Chemicals, excluding

medicinals 57,993 68,621

29 Building materials,

except metals 7,829 8,953

30 Other nonmetals 17,953 20,048

31 Metals and nonmetallic

products 36,314 43,240

32 Steelmaking materials 2,608 4,015

33 Iron and steel

products 7,081 8,845

34 Nonferrous metals 13,942 16,256

35 Nonmonetary gold 4,791 4,450

36 Other precious

metals 2,145 2,758

37 Other nonferrous

metals 7,006 9,048

38 Other metals and non-

metallic products 12,683 14,124

39 Capital goods, except

automotive 293,620 331,476

40 Machinery, except

consumer-type 244,218 278,603

41 Electric generating

machinery, electric

apparatus, and parts 27,445 31,261

42 Nonelectric, including

parts and

attachments 216,773 247,342

43 Oil drilling, mining,

and construction

machinery 12,833 15,512

44 Industrial engines,

pumps, and

compressors 11,690 13,512

45 Machine tools and

metalworking

machinery 5,253 7,075

46 Measuring, testing,

and control

instruments 13,936 16,927

47 Other industrial,

agricultural, and

service industry

machinery 43,467 52,860

48 Computers, peri-

pherals, and parts 39,924 42,805

49 Semiconductors 46,137 48,051

50 Telecommunications

equipment 20,744 24,543

51 Other office and

business machines 1,928 2,111

52 Scientific, hospital,

and medical

equipment and parts 20,861 23,946

53 Civilian aircraft,

engines, and parts 46,723 49,975

54 Civilian aircraft,

complete, all types 23,306 22,917

55 Other transportation

equipment 2,679 2,898

56 Automotive vehicles,

engines, and parts 80,685 89,292

57 To Canada 46,226 50,017

58 Passenger cars, new and

used 10,729 10,490

59 Trucks, buses, and

special purpose

vehicles 7,846 9,136

60 Engines and engine parts 5,418 5,781

61 Other parts and

accessories 22,233 24,610

62 To other areas 34,459 39,275

63 Passenger cars, new and

used 11,373 14,119

64 Trucks, buses, and

special purpose

vehicles 2,399 2,792

65 Engines and engine parts 4,694 4,975

66 Other parts and

accessories 15,993 17,389

67 Consumer goods (nonfood),

except automotive 89,908 103,075

68 Consumer nondurable goods,

manufactured 43,560 49,003

69 Medical, dental, and

pharmaceutical pre-

parations, including

vitamins 20,529 25,431

70 Consumer durable goods,

manufactured 40,582 46,412

71 Household and kitchen

appliances and other

household goods 18,375 20,627

72 Unmanufactured consumer

goods (gem stones,

nursery stock) 5,766 7,660

73 Exports, n.e.c. 21,129 23,159

74 Imports of goods, balance of

payments basis, excluding

military (A-16) 1,260,717 1,472,926

75 Petroleum and products (6) 133,088 180,459

76 Nonpetroleum products 1,127,629 1,292,467

77 Foods, feeds, and beverages 55,831 62,143

78 Agricultural 40,766 46,495

79 Coffee, cocoa, and sugar 2,889 3,115

80 Green coffee 1,613 1,869

81 Meat products and

poultry 5,716 6,860

82 Vegetables, fruits,

nuts, and preparations 11,322 12,619

83 Wine and related

products 6,024 6,258

84 Other agricultural

foods, feeds, and

beverages 14,817 17,643

85 Nonagricultural (fish,

distilled beverages,

etc.) 15,065 15,648

86 Fish and shellfish 10,946 11,210

87 Whiskey and other

alcoholic beverages 3,711 4,042

88 Industrial supplies and

materials 314,509 412,989

89 Agricultural 5,826 6,677

90 Nonagricultural products 308,683 406,312

91 Energy products 157,123 210,899

92 Fuels and lubricants

(6) 155,720 209,514

93 Paper and paper base

stocks 11,768 13,051

94 Textile supplies and

related materials 10,806 12,029

95 Chemicals, excluding

medicinals 36,661 42,288

96 Building materials,

except metals 24,163 32,016

97 Other nonmetals 20,141 23,279

98 Metals and nonmetallic

products 48,021 72,750

99 Steelmaking materials 2,839 5,631

100 Iron and steel

products 16,318 28,874

101 Nonferrous metals 19,349 26,038

102 Nonmonetary gold 3,582 4,050

103 Other precious

metals 3,633 4,838

104 Bauxite and aluminum 6,922 9,269

105 Other nonferrous

metals 5,212 7,881

106 Other metallic and

nonmetallic products 9,515 12,207

107 Capital goods, except

automotive 295,833 343,451

108 Machinery, except

consumer-type 269,552 316,718

109 Electric generating

machinery, electric

apparatus and parts 33,291 38,525

110 Nonelectric, including

parts and

attachments 236,261 278,193

111 Oil drilling, mining,

and construction

machinery 7,823 11,619

112 Industrial engines,

pumps, and

compressors 9,211 11,087

113 Machine tools and

metalworking

machinery 6,193 7,060

114 Measuring, testing,

and control

instruments 9,686 11,475

115 Other industrial,

agricultural, and

service industry

machinery 51,873 62,015

116 Computers,

peripherals, and

parts 76,511 88,635

117 Semiconductors 24,605 26,749

118 Telecommunications

equipment 24,781 29,448

119 Other office and

business machines 7,134 8,050

120 Scientific, hospital,

and medical

equipment and parts 18,444 22,055

121 Transportation equipment,

except automotive 26,281 26,733

122 Civilian aircraft,

engines, and parts 24,085 24,299

123 Civilian aircraft,

complete, all types 12,233 11,386

124 Automotive vehicles,

engines, and parts 210,172 228,235

125 From Canada 60,652 67,677

126 Passenger cars, new and

used 30,517 35,625

127 Trucks, buses, and

special purpose

vehicles 11,051 11,368

128 Engines and engine parts 3,829 4,317

129 Other parts and

accessories 15,255 16,367

130 From other areas 149,520 160,558

131 Passenger cars, new and

used 83,903 86,643

132 Trucks, buses, and

special purpose

vehicles 8,780 9,612

133 Engines and engine parts 12,143 13,746

134 Other parts and

accessories 44,694 50,557

135 Consumer goods (nonfood),

except automotive 334,006 373,054

136 Consumer nondurable goods,

manufactured 161,674 174,036

137 Textile apparel and

household goods,

except rugs 69,534 74,632

138 Footwear of leather,

rubber, and other

materials 11,875 12,613

139 Consumer durable goods,

manufactured 156,445 181,059

140 Household and kitchen

appliances and other

household goods 73,777 87,370

141 Toys, shooting, and

sporting goods,

including bicycles 22,951 24,114

142 Television and video

receivers 25,392 30,866

143 Radio and stereo

equipment, including

records, tapes, and

disks 9,157 10,712

144 Unmanufactured consumer

goods (gemstones,

nursery stock) 15,887 17,959

145 Imports, n.e.c., and U.S.

goods returned 50,366 53,054

146 U.S. goods returned 30,787 30,728

147 Other products, including

balance of payments

adjustments not included

above (minimum value

shipments and

miscellaneous imports) 19,579 22,326

Not seasonally adjusted

2003

Line I II III

A Balance of payments

adjustments to Census trade

data:

EXPORTS

1 Exports of goods, Census

basis (1) including

reexports and including

military grant shipments 174,296 180,716 175,920

Adjustments:

2 Private gift parcel

remittances 93 98 94

3 Gold exports, nonmonetary … … …

4 Inland U.S. freight to

Canada … … …

5 U.S.-Canadian reconciliation

adjustments, n.e.c.,

net (2) … … …

6 Exports transferred under

U.S. military agency sales

contracts identified in

Census documents (3) -1,855 -2,240 -2,403

7 Other adjustments, net (4) -806 -888 -799

8 Equals: Exports of goods,

adjusted to balance of

payments basis excluding

“military” (table 1, line 3) 171,728 177,686 172,812

IMPORTS

9 Imports of goods, Census

basis (1) (general

imports) 296,487 309,895 318,260

Adjustments:

10 Electric energy 6 9 9

11 Gold imports, nonmonetary … 340 285

12 Inland freight in Canada 945 983 937

13 U.S.-Canadian reconciliation

adjustment, n.e.c.,

net (2) … … …

14 Imports of U.S. military

agencies identified in

Census documents (3) -196 -182 -141

15 Other adjustments, net (5 6) -56 -56 -97

16 Equals: Imports of goods,

adjusted to balance of

payments basis, excluding

“military” (table 1, line

20) 297,186 310,989 319,253

B Trade in goods, by area and

country, adjusted to balance

of payments basis,

excluding military: (7)

EXPORTS

1 Total, all countries (A-8) 171,728 177,686 172,812

2 Europe 41,833 42,453 39,394

3 European Union 37,067 37,128 34,314

4 Belgium and Luxembourg 3,874 3,939 3,630

5 France 4,356 4,471 3,754

6 Germany (8) 7,256 7,094 6,550

7 Italy 2,485 2,655 2,160

8 Netherlands 4,904 5,031 4,673

9 United Kingdom 8,493 8,362 7,845

10 Other 5,699 5,576 5,702

11 Europe, excluding EU 4,766 5,325 5,080

12 Canada (2) 41,499 44,829 39,524

13 Japan 12,154 12,913 12,260

14 Australia, New Zealand, and

South Africa (9) … … …

15 Australia 2,762 3,154 3,573

16 Latin America and Other

Western Hemisphere 35,086 36,207 37,402

17 Brazil 2,529 2,651 2,891

18 Mexico 22,635 23,857 24,330

19 Venezuela 483 573 805

20 Other 9,439 9,126 9,376

21 Other countries in Asia and

Africa (7 9) 38,394 38,130 40,659

22 Asia (7 9) 36,192 35,767 37,852

23 Members of OPEC 3,048 3,023 3,112

24 China 6,522 6,204 6,170

25 Hong Kong 3,046 3,193 3,429

26 Korea, Republic of 5,915 5,730 5,518

27 Singapore 3,985 3,729 4,511

28 Taiwan 3,732 3,764 4,472

29 Africa (7 9) 2,142 2,295 2,725

30 Members of OPEC 299 376 418

31 International organizations

and unallocated … … …

Memoranda:

32 Industrial countries (7) 97,698 102,803 94,249

33 Of which: Euro area (10) 27,388 27,688 25,413

34 Members of OPEC (7) 3,830 3,972 4,335

35 Other countries (7) 70,200 70,911 74,228

IMPORTS

36 Total, all countries (A-16) 297,186 310,989 319,253

37 Europe 66,710 71,625 70,647

38 European Union 57,390 61,501 60,216

39 Belgium and Luxembourg 2,485 2,562 2,619

40 France 6,898 7,123 7,146

41 Germany (8) 15,974 17,543 15,915

42 Italy 6,093 6,277 6,430

43 Netherlands 2,677 3,036 3,023

44 United Kingdom 10,160 10,530 10,487

45 Other 13,103 14,430 14,596

46 Western Europe, excluding

EU 9,320 10,124 10,431

47 Canada (2) 55,380 56,363 54,678

48 Japan 28,986 29,178 28,655

49 Australia, New Zealand, and

South Africa (9) … … …

50 Australia 1,419 1,597 1,695

51 Latin America and Other

Western Hemisphere 51,352 54,193 55,175

52 Brazil 4,275 4,303 4,746

53 Mexico 33,808 34,318 34,562

54 Venezuela 2,548 4,762 4,866

55 Other 10,721 10,810 11,001

56 Other countries in Asia and

Africa (7 9) 93,339 98,033 108,403

57 Asia (7 9) 85,653 90,358 99,467

58 Members of OPEC 9,988 9,018 8,202

59 China 31,144 35,531 41,943

60 Hong Kong 1,948 1,942 2,630

61 Korea, Republic of 8,400 9,163 9,037

62 Singapore 3,759 3,982 3,645

63 Taiwan 7,416 7,768 8,245

64 Africa (7 9) 7,617 7,596 8,813

65 Members of OPEC 3,602 3,777 4,061

66 International organizations

and unallocated … … …

Memoranda:

67 Industrial countries (7) 149,537 155,994 152,432

68 Of which: Euro area (10) 44,015 47,028 46,167

69 Members of OPEC (7) 16,138 17,557 17,129

70 Other countries (7) 131,511 137,438 149,692

BALANCE (EXCESS OF EXPORTS +)

71 Total, all countries -125,458 -133,303 -146,441

72 Europe -24,877 -29,172 -31,253

73 European Union -20,323 -24,373 -25,902

74 Belgium and Luxembourg 1,389 1,377 1,011

75 France -2,542 -2,652 -3,392

76 Germany (8) -8,718 -10,449 -9,365

77 Italy -3,608 -3,622 -4,270

78 Netherlands 2,227 1,995 1,650

79 United Kingdom -1,667 -2,168 -2,642

80 Other -7,404 -8,854 -8,894

81 Western Europe, excluding

EU -4,554 -4,799 -5,351

82 Canada (2) -13,881 -11,534 -15,154

83 Japan -16,832 -16,265 -16,395

84 Australia, New Zealand, and

South Africa (9) … … …

85 Australia 1,343 1,557 1,878

86 Latin America and Other

Western Hemisphere -16,266 -17,986 -17,773

87 Brazil -1,746 -1,652 -1,855

88 Mexico -11,173 -10,461 -10,232

89 Venezuela -2,065 -4,189 -4,061

90 Other -1,282 -1,684 -1,625

91 Other countries in Asia and

Africa (7 9) -54,945 -59,903 -67,744

92 Asia (7 9) -49,461 -54,591 -61,615

93 Members of OPEC -6,940 -5,995 -5,090

94 China -24,622 -29,327 -35,773

95 Hong Kong 1,098 1,251 799

96 Korea, Republic of -2,485 -3,433 -3,519

97 Singapore 226 -253 866

98 Taiwan -3,684 -4,004 -3,773

99 Africa (7 9) -5,475 -5,301 -6,088

100 Members of OPEC -3,303 -3,401 -3,643

101 International organizations

and unallocated … … …

Memoranda:

102 Industrial countries (7) -51,839 -53,191 -58,183

103 Of which: Euro area (10) -16,627 -19,340 -20,754

104 Members of OPEC (7) -12,308 -13,585 -12,794

105 Other countries (7) -61,311 -66,527 -75,464

C Trade in goods, by principal

end-use category, adjusted

to balance of payments

basis, excluding military:

1 Exports of goods, balance of

payments basis, excluding

military (A-8) 171,728 177,686 172,812

2 Agricultural products 14,905 13,454 13,846

3 Nonagricultural products 156,823 164,232 158,966

4 Foods, feeds, and beverages 13,415 11,942 12,860

5 Agricultural 12,255 10,842 11,318

6 Grains and preparations 3,471 3,241 3,840

7 Wheat 823 722 1,340

8 Corn 1,274 1,386 1,399

9 Soybeans 2,542 892 707

10 Meat products and

poultry 1,727 1,941 2,075

11 Vegetables, fruits,

nuts, and preparations 2,110 2,296 2,122

12 Other agricultural

foods, feeds, and

beverages 2,405 2,472 2,574

13 Nonagricultural (fish,

distilled beverages,

etc.) 1,160 1,100 1,542

14 Fish and shellfish 820 658 1,087

15 Industrial supplies and

materials 42,593 43,766 42,397

16 Agricultural 2,569 2,534 2,474

17 Raw cotton 811 920 667

18 Tobacco, unmanufactured 321 243 144

19 Hides and skins,

including furskins 449 467 463

20 Other agricultural

industrial supplies 988 904 1,200

21 Nonagricultural 40,024 41,232 39,923

22 Energy products 5,250 4,419 4,181

23 Fuels and lubricants 5,013 4,253 4,023

24 Coal and related

fuels 410 470 455

25 Petroleum and

products 3,542 3,136 2,932

26 Paper and paper base

stocks 3,136 3,202 3,135

27 Textile supplies and

related materials 2,772 2,987 2,777

28 Chemicals, excluding

medicinals 14,113 14,519 14,251

29 Building materials,

except metals 1,888 1,997 1,946

30 Other nonmetals 4,384 4,517 4,504

31 Metals and nonmetallic

products 8,481 9,591 9,129

32 Steelmaking materials 565 671 684

33 Iron and steel

products 1,691 2,051 1,661

34 Nonferrous metals 3,102 3,579 3,680

35 Nonmonetary gold 940 1,359 1,328

36 Other precious

metals 552 529 503

37 Other nonferrous

metals 1,610 1,691 1,849

38 Other metals and non-

metallic products 3,123 3,290 3,104

39 Capital goods, except

automotive 69,664 71,869 72,173

40 Machinery, except

consumer-type 57,976 59,602 60,411

41 Electric generating

machinery, electric

apparatus, and parts 6,499 6,658 6,886

42 Nonelectric, including

parts and

attachments 51,477 52,944 53,525

43 Oil drilling, mining,

and construction

machinery 3,130 3,303 3,134

44 Industrial engines,

pumps, and

compressors 2,882 2,960 2,757

45 Machine tools and

metalworking

machinery 1,211 1,327 1,255

46 Measuring, testing,

and control

instruments 3,373 3,427 3,383

47 Other industrial,

agricultural, and

service industry

machinery 10,441 11,098 10,638

48 Computers, peri-

pherals, and parts 9,556 9,085 9,815

49 Semiconductors 10,576 11,180 11,895

50 Telecommunications

equipment 4,803 4,993 5,140

51 Other office and

business machines 484 481 455

52 Scientific, hospital,

and medical

equipment and parts 5,021 5,090 5,053

53 Civilian aircraft,

engines, and parts 11,036 11,601 11,098

54 Civilian aircraft,

complete, all types 5,266 5,891 5,313

55 Other transportation

equipment 652 666 664

56 Automotive vehicles,

engines, and parts 19,738 22,256 17,961

57 To Canada 11,654 13,245 9,446

58 Passenger cars, new and

used 2,648 3,481 1,619

59 Trucks, buses, and

special purpose

vehicles 1,870 2,144 1,633

60 Engines and engine parts 1,402 1,515 1,243

61 Other parts and

accessories 5,734 6,105 4,951

62 To other areas 8,084 9,011 8,515

63 Passenger cars, new and

used 2,492 3,114 2,731

64 Trucks, buses, and

special purpose

vehicles 441 633 608

65 Engines and engine parts 1,216 1,223 1,144

66 Other parts and

accessories 3,935 4,041 4,032

67 Consumer goods (nonfood),

except automotive 21,330 22,499 22,225

68 Consumer nondurable goods,

manufactured 10,531 10,925 11,017

69 Medical, dental, and

pharmaceutical pre-

parations, including

vitamins 4,946 5,180 5,130

70 Consumer durable goods,

manufactured 9,422 10,217 9,770

71 Household and kitchen

appliances and other

household goods 4,308 4,608 4,560

72 Unmanufactured consumer

goods (gem stones,

nursery stock) 1,377 1,357 1,438

73 Exports, n.e.c. 4,988 5,354 5,196

74 Imports of goods, balance of

payments basis, excluding

military (A-16) 297,186 310,989 319,253

75 Petroleum and products (6) 33,508 32,460 34,530

76 Nonpetroleum products 263,678 278,529 284,723

77 Foods, feeds, and beverages 13,129 13,835 13,726

78 Agricultural 9,955 10,246 9,646

79 Coffee, cocoa, and sugar 806 712 701

80 Green coffee 406 419 430

81 Meat products and

poultry 1,527 1,381 1,105

82 Vegetables, fruits,

nuts, and preparations 3,282 2,841 2,374

83 Wine and related

products 1,259 1,603 1,549

84 Other agricultural

foods, feeds, and

beverages 3,082 3,710 3,917

85 Nonagricultural (fish,

distilled beverages,

etc.) 3,174 3,589 4,080

86 Fish and shellfish 2,315 2,576 3,033

87 Whiskey and other

alcoholic beverages 759 915 939

88 Industrial supplies and

materials 77,479 78,217 80,594

89 Agricultural 1,420 1,539 1,401

90 Nonagricultural products 76,059 76,678 79,193

91 Energy products 40,141 38,250 40,433

92 Fuels and lubricants

(6) 39,751 37,906 40,004

93 Paper and paper base

stocks 2,863 3,027 2,993

94 Textile supplies and

related materials 2,626 2,778 2,710

95 Chemicals, excluding

medicinals 9,124 9,524 9,222

96 Building materials,

except metals 5,141 5,986 6,514

97 Other nonmetals 4,577 5,006 5,231

98 Metals and nonmetallic

products 11,587 12,107 12,090

99 Steelmaking materials 605 649 809

100 Iron and steel

products 4,227 4,089 3,968

101 Nonferrous metals 4,536 4,893 4,868

102 Nonmonetary gold 594 1,021 1,019

103 Other precious

metals 828 892 955

104 Bauxite and aluminum 1,798 1,742 1,646

105 Other nonferrous

metals 1,316 1,238 1,248

106 Other metallic and

nonmetallic products 2,219 2,476 2,445

107 Capital goods, except

automotive 68,713 73,139 74,054

108 Machinery, except

consumer-type 62,425 66,468 67,821

109 Electric generating

machinery, electric

apparatus and parts 7,945 8,057 8,337

110 Nonelectric, including

parts and

attachments 54,480 58,411 59,484

111 Oil drilling, mining,

and construction

machinery 1,688 2,351 1,929

112 Industrial engines,

pumps, and

compressors 2,264 2,297 2,249

113 Machine tools and

metalworking

machinery 1,446 1,663 1,464

114 Measuring, testing,

and control

instruments 2,281 2,351 2,484

115 Other industrial,

agricultural, and

service industry

machinery 12,317 13,009 12,920

116 Computers,

peripherals, and

parts 17,270 18,311 19,524

117 Semiconductors 6,055 6,040 6,201

118 Telecommunications

equipment 5,510 6,062 6,167

119 Other office and

business machines 1,518 1,847 1,814

120 Scientific, hospital,

and medical

equipment and parts 4,131 4,480 4,732

121 Transportation equipment,

except automotive 6,288 6,671 6,233

122 Civilian aircraft,

engines, and parts 5,784 6,018 5,730

123 Civilian aircraft,

complete, all types 2,775 2,975 2,939

124 Automotive vehicles,

engines, and parts 50,627 54,061 48,571

125 From Canada 14,775 15,861 13,821

126 Passenger cars, new and

used 7,354 8,309 6,658

127 Trucks, buses, and

special purpose

vehicles 2,705 2,824 2,588

128 Engines and engine parts 991 916 870

129 Other parts and

accessories 3,725 3,812 3,705

130 From other areas 35,852 38,200 34,750

131 Passenger cars, new and

used 20,097 21,603 18,531

132 Trucks, buses, and

special purpose

vehicles 1,756 2,188 2,382

133 Engines and engine parts 3,041 3,060 2,915

134 Other parts and

accessories 10,958 11,349 10,922

135 Consumer goods (nonfood),

except automotive 75,165 78,999 90,012

136 Consumer nondurable goods,

manufactured 38,672 38,850 44,163

137 Textile apparel and

household goods,

except rugs 16,542 16,006 20,521

138 Footwear of leather,

rubber, and other

materials 3,064 2,829 3,279

139 Consumer durable goods,

manufactured 32,659 36,320 41,675

140 Household and kitchen

appliances and other

household goods 16,277 17,991 19,524

141 Toys, shooting, and

sporting goods,

including bicycles 4,575 4,802 6,766

142 Television and video

receivers 4,398 5,671 6,796

143 Radio and stereo

equipment, including

records, tapes, and

disks 1,599 2,150 2,451

144 Unmanufactured consumer

goods (gemstones,

nursery stock) 3,834 3,829 4,174

145 Imports, n.e.c., and U.S.

goods returned 12,073 12,738 12,296

146 U.S. goods returned 7,391 7,778 7,499

147 Other products, including

balance of payments

adjustments not included

above (minimum value

shipments and

miscellaneous imports) 4,682 4,960 4,797

Not seasonally adjusted

2003 2004

Line IV I II

A Balance of payments

adjustments to Census trade

data:

EXPORTS

1 Exports of goods, Census

basis (1) including

reexports and including

military grant shipments 193,839 196,695 206,132

Adjustments:

2 Private gift parcel

remittances 109 128 128

3 Gold exports, nonmonetary … … …

4 Inland U.S. freight to

Canada … … …

5 U.S.-Canadian reconciliation

adjustments, n.e.c.,

net (2) … … …

6 Exports transferred under

U.S. military agency sales

contracts identified in

Census documents (3) -1,928 -2,212 -2,166

7 Other adjustments, net (4) -825 -838 -871

8 Equals: Exports of goods,

adjusted to balance of

payments basis excluding

“military” (table 1, line 3) 191,195 193,773 203,223

IMPORTS

9 Imports of goods, Census

basis (1) (general

imports) 332,479 332,277 364,813

Adjustments:

10 Electric energy 50 31 16

11 Gold imports, nonmonetary … … …

12 Inland freight in Canada 992 1,050 1,101

13 U.S.-Canadian reconciliation

adjustment, n.e.c.,

net (2) … … …

14 Imports of U.S. military

agencies identified in

Census documents (3) -173 -228 -250

15 Other adjustments, net (5 6) -59 -77 -82

16 Equals: Imports of goods,

adjusted to balance of

payments basis, excluding

“military” (table 1, line

20) 333,289 333,053 365,598

B Trade in goods, by area and

country, adjusted to balance

of payments basis,

excluding military: (7)

EXPORTS

1 Total, all countries (A-8) 191,195 193,773 203,223

2 Europe 44,633 46,373 47,902

3 European Union 38,919 40,805 42,311

4 Belgium and Luxembourg 3,890 4,213 4,534

5 France 4,269 5,132 5,374

6 Germany (8) 7,391 7,528 7,642

7 Italy 2,987 2,426 2,856

8 Netherlands 5,927 5,760 6,057

9 United Kingdom 8,171 8,925 8,857

10 Other 6,284 6,821 6,991

11 Europe, excluding EU 5,714 5,568 5,591

12 Canada (2) 44,077 44,896 48,791

13 Japan 12,926 12,804 13,356

14 Australia, New Zealand, and

South Africa (9) … … …

15 Australia 3,209 3,155 3,343

16 Latin America and Other

Western Hemisphere 40,261 40,441 42,830

17 Brazil 3,054 3,607 3,272

18 Mexico 26,402 25,847 27,698

19 Venezuela 922 963 1,155

20 Other 9,883 10,024 10,705

21 Other countries in Asia and

Africa (7 9) 46,089 46,104 47,001

22 Asia (7 9) 43,052 42,893 43,893

23 Members of OPEC 3,083 2,955 3,560

24 China 9,391 8,954 8,372

25 Hong Kong 3,785 3,703 3,851

26 Korea, Republic of 6,318 6,317 6,455

27 Singapore 3,922 4,491 5,175

28 Taiwan 5,020 5,020 5,401

29 Africa (7 9) 2,960 3,153 3,029

30 Members of OPEC 414 528 517

31 International organizations

and unallocated … … …

Memoranda:

32 Industrial countries (7) 104,013 106,373 112,394

33 Of which: Euro area (10) 29,469 30,472 31,441

34 Members of OPEC (7) 4,419 4,446 5,232

35 Other countries (7) 82,763 82,954 85,597

IMPORTS

36 Total, all countries (A-16) 333,289 333,053 365,598

37 Europe 75,698 74,476 81,626

38 European Union 65,874 64,035 70,975

39 Belgium and Luxembourg 2,738 3,103 3,318

40 France 8,041 7,152 7,621

41 Germany (8) 18,575 17,769 19,277

42 Italy 6,592 6,578 7,030

43 Netherlands 2,784 2,807 2,958

44 United Kingdom 11,397 10,874 11,967

45 Other 15,747 15,752 18,804

46 Western Europe, excluding

EU 9,824 10,441 10,651

47 Canada (2) 57,828 61,390 66,643

48 Japan 31,215 31,202 32,108

49 Australia, New Zealand, and

South Africa (9) … … …

50 Australia 1,684 1,675 1,755

51 Latin America and Other

Western Hemisphere 57,149 58,300 63,559

52 Brazil 4,585 4,115 5,188

53 Mexico 36,348 36,808 39,777

54 Venezuela 4,960 5,529 6,260

55 Other 11,256 11,848 12,334

56 Other countries in Asia and

Africa (7 9) 109,715 106,010 119,907

57 Asia (7 9) 101,625 96,431 108,778

58 Members of OPEC 8,860 9,305 10,256

59 China 43,808 39,151 46,698

60 Hong Kong 2,331 2,030 2,052

61 Korea, Republic of 10,626 10,191 11,779

62 Singapore 3,750 3,562 3,865

63 Taiwan 8,174 7,730 8,737

64 Africa (7 9) 7,995 9,495 11,044

65 Members of OPEC 3,702 4,829 5,952

66 International organizations

and unallocated … … …

Memoranda:

67 Industrial countries (7) 164,110 165,912 178,686

68 Of which: Euro area (10) 50,398 49,064 52,900

69 Members of OPEC (7) 17,522 19,663 22,468

70 Other countries (7) 151,657 147,478 164,444

BALANCE (EXCESS OF EXPORTS +)

71 Total, all countries -142,094 -139,280 -162,375

72 Europe -31,065 -28,103 -33,724

73 European Union -26,955 -23,230 -28,664

74 Belgium and Luxembourg 1,152 1,110 1,216

75 France -3,772 -2,020 -2,247

76 Germany (8) -11,184 -10,241 -11,635

77 Italy -3,605 -4,152 -4,174

78 Netherlands 3,143 2,953 3,099

79 United Kingdom -3,226 -1,949 -3,110

80 Other -9,463 -8,931 -11,813

81 Western Europe, excluding

EU -4,110 -4,873 -5,060

82 Canada (2) -13,751 -16,494 -17,852

83 Japan -18,289 -18,398 -18,752

84 Australia, New Zealand, and

South Africa (9) … … …

85 Australia 1,525 1,480 1,588

86 Latin America and Other

Western Hemisphere -16,888 -17,859 -20,729

87 Brazil -1,531 -508 -1,916

88 Mexico -9,946 -10,961 -12,079

89 Venezuela 4,038 4,566 -5,105

90 Other -1,373 -1,824 -1,629

91 Other countries in Asia and

Africa (7 9) -63,626 -59,906 -72,906

92 Asia (7 9) -58,573 -53,538 -64,885

93 Members of OPEC -5,777 -6,350 -6,696

94 China -34,417 -30,197 -38,326

95 Hong Kong 1,454 1,673 1,799

96 Korea, Republic of 4,308 -3,874 -5,324

97 Singapore 172 929 1,310

98 Taiwan -3,154 -27,101 -3,336

99 Africa (7 9) -5,035 -6,342 -8,015

100 Members of OPEC -3,288 -4,301 -5,435

101 International organizations

and unallocated … … …

Memoranda:

102 Industrial countries (7) -60,097 -59,539 -66,292

103 Of which: Euro area (10) -20,929 -18,592 -21,459

104 Members of OPEC (7) -13,103 -15,217 -17,236

105 Other countries (7) -68,894 -64,524 -78,847

C Trade in goods, by principal

end-use category, adjusted

to balance of payments

basis, excluding military:

1 Exports of goods, balance of

payments basis, excluding

military (A-8) 191,195 193,773 203,223

2 Agricultural products 18,679 16,720 14,751

3 Nonagricultural products 172,516 177,053 188,472

4 Foods, feeds, and beverages 16,809 14,564 12,746

5 Agricultural 15,608 13,183 11,613

6 Grains and preparations 4,254 4,631 4,304

7 Wheat 1,117 1,362 1,319

8 Corn 1,692 1,842 1,787

9 Soybeans 3,907 2,440 745

10 Meat products and

poultry 2,130 1,131 1,346

11 Vegetables, fruits,

nuts, and preparations 2,623 2,464 2,435

12 Other agricultural

foods, feeds, and

beverages 2,694 2,517 2,783

13 Nonagricultural (fish,

distilled beverages,

etc.) 1,201 1,381 1,133

14 Fish and shellfish 799 995 684

15 Industrial supplies and

materials 44,297 48,259 51,084

16 Agricultural 2,996 3,446 3,054

17 Raw cotton 991 1,552 1,342

18 Tobacco, unmanufactured 319 341 196

19 Hides and skins,

including furskins 415 457 486

20 Other agricultural

industrial supplies 1,271 1,096 1,030

21 Nonagricultural 41,301 44,813 48,030

22 Energy products 4,380 5,230 6,118

23 Fuels and lubricants 4,177 4,927 5,912

24 Coal and related

fuels 469 531 954

25 Petroleum and

products 3,083 3,469 4,097

26 Paper and paper base

stocks 3,341 3,432 3,508

27 Textile supplies and

related materials 2,811 3,061 3,331

28 Chemicals, excluding

medicinals 15,110 16,046 17,018

29 Building materials,

except metals 1,998 2,175 2,369

30 Other nonmetals 4,548 4,826 5,131

31 Metals and nonmetallic

products 9,113 10,043 10,555

32 Steelmaking materials 688 817 1,062

33 Iron and steel

products 1,678 2,033 2,151

34 Nonferrous metals 3,581 3,814 3,728

35 Nonmonetary gold 1,164 1,100 877

36 Other precious

metals 561 666 770

37 Other nonferrous

metals 1,856 2,048 2,081

38 Other metals and non-

metallic products 3,166 3,379 3,614

39 Capital goods, except

automotive 79,914 80,403 83,258

40 Machinery, except

consumer-type 66,229 67,614 70,063

41 Electric generating

machinery, electric

apparatus, and parts 7,402 7,431 8,009

42 Nonelectric, including

parts and

attachments 58,827 60,183 62,054

43 Oil drilling, mining,

and construction

machinery 3,266 3,685 3,602

44 Industrial engines,

pumps, and

compressors 3,091 3,055 3,408

45 Machine tools and

metalworking

machinery 1,460 1,639 1,841

46 Measuring, testing,

and control

instruments 3,753 4,131 4,500

47 Other industrial,

agricultural, and

service industry

machinery 11,290 12,483 13,637

48 Computers, peri-

pherals, and parts 11,468 10,600 10,070

49 Semiconductors 12,486 12,555 12,232

50 Telecommunications

equipment 5,808 5,796 6,374

51 Other office and

business machines 508 502 501

52 Scientific, hospital,

and medical

equipment and parts 5,697 5,737 5,889

53 Civilian aircraft,

engines, and parts 12,988 12,118 12,447

54 Civilian aircraft,

complete, all types 6,836 5,961 5,713

55 Other transportation

equipment 697 671 748

56 Automotive vehicles,

engines, and parts 20,730 20,927 23,691

57 To Canada 11,881 12,010 13,662

58 Passenger cars, new and

used 2,981 2,361 3,147

59 Trucks, buses, and

special purpose

vehicles 2,199 1,947 2,378

60 Engines and engine parts 1,258 1,434 1,495

61 Other parts and

accessories 5,443 6,268 6,642

62 To other areas 8,849 8,917 10,029

63 Passenger cars, new and

used 3,036 2,752 3,584

64 Trucks, buses, and

special purpose

vehicles 717 631 687

65 Engines and engine parts 1,111 1,260 1,227

66 Other parts and

accessories 3,985 4,274 4,531

67 Consumer goods (nonfood),

except automotive 23,854 24,292 26,156

68 Consumer nondurable goods,

manufactured 11,087 11,818 12,412

69 Medical, dental, and

pharmaceutical pre-

parations, including

vitamins 5,273 6,118 6,621

70 Consumer durable goods,

manufactured 11,173 10,889 11,889

71 Household and kitchen

appliances and other

household goods 4,899 4,916 5,189

72 Unmanufactured consumer

goods (gem stones,

nursery stock) 1,594 1,585 1,855

73 Exports, n.e.c. 5,591 5,328 6,288

74 Imports of goods, balance of

payments basis, excluding

military (A-16) 333,289 333,053 365,598

75 Petroleum and products (6) 32,590 37,758 43,134

76 Nonpetroleum products 300,699 295,295 322,464

77 Foods, feeds, and beverages 15,141 14,709 15,714

78 Agricultural 10,919 11,207 12,043

79 Coffee, cocoa, and sugar 670 771 872

80 Green coffee 358 423 543

81 Meat products and

poultry 1,703 1,588 1,687

82 Vegetables, fruits,

nuts, and preparations 2,825 3,559 3,227

83 Wine and related

products 1,613 1,307 1,691

84 Other agricultural

foods, feeds, and

beverages 4,108 3,981 4,566

85 Nonagricultural (fish,

distilled beverages,

etc.) 4,222 3,502 3,671

86 Fish and shellfish 3,022 2,580 2,533

87 Whiskey and other

alcoholic beverages 1,098 825 1,041

88 Industrial supplies and

materials 78,219 88,896 101,487

89 Agricultural 1,466 1,569 1,761

90 Nonagricultural products 76,753 87,327 99,726

91 Energy products 38,299 44,975 50,475

92 Fuels and lubricants

(6) 38,059 44,658 50,163

93 Paper and paper base

stocks 2,885 3,039 3,203

94 Textile supplies and

related materials 2,692 2,852 3,163

95 Chemicals, excluding

medicinals 8,791 10,230 10,635

96 Building materials,

except metals 6,522 6,591 8,572

97 Other nonmetals 5,327 5,324 5,867

98 Metals and nonmetallic

products 12,237 14,316 17,811

99 Steelmaking materials 776 937 1,248

100 Iron and steel

products 4,034 4,749 6,995

101 Nonferrous metals 5,052 5,993 6,418

102 Nonmonetary gold 948 1,021 820

103 Other precious

metals 958 1,197 1,305

104 Bauxite and aluminum 1,736 2,054 2,357

105 Other nonferrous

metals 1,410 1,721 1,936

106 Other metallic and

nonmetallic products 2,375 2,637 3,150

107 Capital goods, except

automotive 79,927 78,665 85,278

108 Machinery, except

consumer-type 72,838 72,726 78,569

109 Electric generating

machinery, electric

apparatus and parts 8,952 9,049 9,686

110 Nonelectric, including

parts and

attachments 63,886 63,677 68,883

111 Oil drilling, mining,

and construction

machinery 1,855 2,331 2,801

112 Industrial engines,

pumps, and

compressors 2,401 2,611 2,841

113 Machine tools and

metalworking

machinery 1,620 1,554 1,759

114 Measuring, testing,

and control

instruments 2,570 2,669 2,852

115 Other industrial,

agricultural, and

service industry

machinery 13,627 14,271 15,539

116 Computers,

peripherals, and

parts 21,406 19,724 21,333

117 Semiconductors 6,309 6,679 6,760

118 Telecommunications

equipment 7,042 6,944 7,647

119 Other office and

business machines 1,955 1,799 2,019

120 Scientific, hospital,

and medical

equipment and parts 5,101 5,095 5,332

121 Transportation equipment,

except automotive 7,089 5,939 6,709

122 Civilian aircraft,

engines, and parts 6,553 5,253 6,152

123 Civilian aircraft,

complete, all types 3,544 2,147 3,020

124 Automotive vehicles,

engines, and parts 56,913 55,076 58,966

125 From Canada 16,195 16,415 18,171

126 Passenger cars, new and

used 8,196 8,220 9,884

127 Trucks, buses, and

special purpose

vehicles 2,934 2,798 2,972

128 Engines and engine parts 1,052 1,154 1,061

129 Other parts and

accessories 4,013 4,243 4,254

130 From other areas 40,718 38,661 40,795

131 Passenger cars, new and

used 23,672 20,990 21,912

132 Trucks, buses, and

special purpose

vehicles 2,454 2,220 2,526

133 Engines and engine parts 3,127 3,236 3,509

134 Other parts and

accessories 11,465 12,215 12,848

135 Consumer goods (nonfood),

except automotive 89,830 83,081 90,595

136 Consumer nondurable goods,

manufactured 39,989 40,849 42,631

137 Textile apparel and

household goods,

except rugs 16,465 16,764 16,854

138 Footwear of leather,

rubber, and other

materials 2,703 3,117 2,961

139 Consumer durable goods,

manufactured 45,791 37,805 43,589

140 Household and kitchen

appliances and other

household goods 19,985 18,968 21,968

141 Toys, shooting, and

sporting goods,

including bicycles 6,808 4,494 5,112

142 Television and video

receivers 8,527 5,937 7,240

143 Radio and stereo

equipment, including

records, tapes, and

disks 2,957 2,012 2,432

144 Unmanufactured consumer

goods (gemstones,

nursery stock) 4,050 4,427 4,375

145 Imports, n.e.c., and U.S.

goods returned 13,259 12,626 13,558

146 U.S. goods returned 8,119 7,548 7,877

147 Other products, including

balance of payments

adjustments not included

above (minimum value

shipments and

miscellaneous imports) 5,140 5,078 5,681

Not seasonally adjusted

2004 2005

Line III IV I (p)

A Balance of payments

adjustments to Census trade

data:

EXPORTS

1 Exports of goods, Census

basis (1) including

reexports and including

military grant shipments 201,372 214,576 214,188

Adjustments:

2 Private gift parcel

remittances 117 112 144

3 Gold exports, nonmonetary … … …

4 Inland U.S. freight to

Canada … … …

5 U.S.-Canadian reconciliation

adjustments, n.e.c.,

net (2) … … …

6 Exports transferred under

U.S. military agency sales

contracts identified in

Census documents (3) -1,897 -1,929 -1,716

7 Other adjustments, net (4) -881 -930 -894

8 Equals: Exports of goods,

adjusted to balance of

payments basis excluding

“military” (table 1, line 3) 198,711 211,829 211,722

IMPORTS

9 Imports of goods, Census

basis (1) (general

imports) 376,462 396,152 380,593

Adjustments:

10 Electric energy 41 35 24

11 Gold imports, nonmonetary 40 … …

12 Inland freight in Canada 1,078 1,118 1,147

13 U.S.-Canadian reconciliation

adjustment, n.e.c.,

net (2) … … …

14 Imports of U.S. military

agencies identified in

Census documents (3) -245 -241 -181

15 Other adjustments, net (5 6) -87 -78 -74

16 Equals: Imports of goods,

adjusted to balance of

payments basis, excluding

“military” (table 1, line

20) 377,289 396,986 381,509

B Trade in goods, by area and

country, adjusted to balance

of payments basis,

excluding military: (7)

EXPORTS

1 Total, all countries (A-8) 198,711 211,829 211,722

2 Europe 44,819 50,324 51,395

3 European Union 40,086 44,467 45,259

4 Belgium and Luxembourg 4,185 4,488 4,619

5 France 4,655 5,922 5,639

6 Germany (8) 7,624 8,050 8,206

7 Italy 2,333 2,805 2,866

8 Netherlands 5,818 6,484 6,564

9 United Kingdom 8,472 8,866 9,175

10 Other 6,999 7,852 8,190

11 Europe, excluding EU 4,733 5,857 6,136

12 Canada (2) 46,591 49,704 50,486

13 Japan 12,812 13,316 12,612

14 Australia, New Zealand, and

South Africa (9) … … …

15 Australia 3,637 3,631 3,563

16 Latin America and Other

Western Hemisphere 42,954 45,662 44,275

17 Brazil 3,476 3,371 3,345

18 Mexico 27,898 29,255 27,996

19 Venezuela 1,216 1,408 1,440

20 Other 10,364 11,628 11,494

21 Other countries in Asia and

Africa (7 9) 47,898 49,192 49,391

22 Asia (7 9) 44,702 45,612 45,718

23 Members of OPEC 3,600 4,172 4,665

24 China 8,184 9,129 8,958

25 Hong Kong 4,097 4,133 3,849

26 Korea, Republic of 6,582 6,375 6,684

27 Singapore 5,403 4,185 5,134

28 Taiwan 5,101 5,783 5,219

29 Africa (7 9) 3,095 3,496 3,586

30 Members of OPEC 609 909 609

31 International organizations

and unallocated … … …

Memoranda:

32 Industrial countries (7) 107,038 115,757 117,129

33 Of which: Euro area (10) 29,557 33,328 33,570

34 Members of OPEC (7) 5,425 6,489 6,714

35 Other countries (7) 862,481 89,583 87,879

IMPORTS

36 Total, all countries (A-16) 377,289 396,986 381,509

37 Europe 782,621 86,551 82,535

38 European Union 68,144 74,999 71,598

39 Belgium and Luxembourg 2,974 3,338 3,072

40 France 7,666 9,148 7,991

41 Germany (8) 19,143 20,941 19,672

42 Italy 7,153 7,325 7,275

43 Netherlands 3,149 3,490 3,152

44 United Kingdom 10,655 12,536 11,502

45 Other 17,404 18,221 18,934

46 Western Europe, excluding

EU 10,118 11,552 10,937

47 Canada (2) 64,173 66,828 68,295

48 Japan 32,207 34,290 33,958

49 Australia, New Zealand, and

South Africa (9) … … …

50 Australia 1,973 2,117 1,538

51 Latin America and Other

Western Hemisphere 65,298 68,605 67,061

52 Brazil 5,957 5,899 5,694

53 Mexico 39,300 41,220 39,145

54 Venezuela 6,273 6,859 7,534

55 Other 13,768 14,627 14,688

56 Other countries in Asia and

Africa (7 9) 135,376 138,595 128,122

57 Asia (7 9) 123,282 125,364 114,869

58 Members of OPEC 12,684 12,949 11,307

59 China 54,016 56,809 51,011

60 Hong Kong 2,740 2,494 1,888

61 Korea, Republic of 12,024 12,170 11,213

62 Singapore 4,152 3,780 3,502

63 Taiwan 9,099 9,060 8,293

64 Africa (7 9) 11,984 13,113 13,177

65 Members of OPEC 6,504 6,705 6,927

66 International organizations

and unallocated … … …

Memoranda:

67 Industrial countries (7) 172,573 185,093 181,745

68 Of which: Euro area (10) 51,472 55,957 53,461

69 Members of OPEC (7) 25,461 26,513 25,768

70 Other countries (7) 179,255 185,380 173,996

BALANCE (EXCESS OF EXPORTS +)

71 Total, all countries -178,578 -185,157 -169,787

72 Europe -33,443 -36,227 -31,140

73 European Union -28,058 -30,532 -26,339

74 Belgium and Luxembourg 1,211 1,150 1,547

75 France -3,011 -3,226 -2,352

76 Germany (8) -11,519 -12,891 -11,466

77 Italy -4,820 -4,520 -4,409

78 Netherlands 2,669 2,994 3,412

79 United Kingdom -2,183 -3,670 -2,327

80 Other -10,405 -10,369 -10,744

81 Western Europe, excluding

EU -5,385 -5,695 -4,801

82 Canada (2) -17,582 -17,124 -17,809

83 Japan -19,395 -20,974 -21,346

84 Australia, New Zealand, and

South Africa (9) … … …

85 Australia 1,664 1,514 2,025

86 Latin America and Other

Western Hemisphere -22,344 -22,943 -22,786

87 Brazil -2,481 -2,528 -2,349

88 Mexico -11,402 -11,965 -11,149

89 Venezuela -5,057 -5,451 -6,094

90 Other -3,404 -2,999 -3,194

91 Other countries in Asia and

Africa (7 9) -87,478 -89,403 -78,731

92 Asia (7 9) -78,580 -79,752 -69,151

93 Members of OPEC -9,084 -8,777 -6,642

94 China 45,832 -47,680 42,053

95 Hong Kong 1,357 1,639 1,961

96 Korea, Republic of -5,442 -5,795 4,529

97 Singapore 1,251 405 1,632

98 Taiwan -3,998 -3,277 -3,074

99 Africa (7 9) -8,889 -9,617 -9,591

100 Members of OPEC -5,895 -5,796 -6,318

101 International organizations

and unallocated … … …

Memoranda:

102 Industrial countries (7) -65,535 -69,336 -64,616

103 Of which: Euro area (10) -21,915 -22,629 -19,891

104 Members of OPEC (7) -20,036 -20,024 -19,054

105 Other countries (7) -93,007 -95,797 -86,117

C Trade in goods, by principal

end-use category, adjusted

to balance of payments

basis, excluding military:

1 Exports of goods, balance of

payments basis, excluding

military (A-8) 198,711 211,829 211,722

2 Agricultural products 13,717 17,752 16,169

3 Nonagricultural products 184,994 194,077 195,553

4 Foods, feeds, and beverages 13,012 16,246 14,493

5 Agricultural 11,332 14,828 13,049

6 Grains and preparations 4,145 3,989 3,689

7 Wheat 1,388 1,123 1,029

8 Corn 1,740 1,558 1,283

9 Soybeans 572 3,137 2,349

10 Meat products and

poultry 1,483 1,712 1,557

11 Vegetables, fruits,

nuts, and preparations 2,262 2,927 2,673

12 Other agricultural

foods, feeds, and

beverages 2,870 3,063 2,781

13 Nonagricultural (fish,

distilled beverages,

etc.) 1,680 1,418 1,444

14 Fish and shellfish 1,216 928 1,068

15 Industrial supplies and

materials 51,131 53,492 55,788

16 Agricultural 2,330 2,838 3,027

17 Raw cotton 677 708 1,086

18 Tobacco, unmanufactured 187 317 330

19 Hides and skins,

including furskins 418 397 453

20 Other agricultural

industrial supplies 1,048 1,416 1,158

21 Nonagricultural 48,801 50,654 52,761

22 Energy products 6,322 6,971 7,364

23 Fuels and lubricants 6,174 6,793 7,194

24 Coal and related

fuels 755 727 751

25 Petroleum and

products 4,468 5,048 5,208

26 Paper and paper base

stocks 3,465 3,566 3,686

27 Textile supplies and

related materials 3,271 3,161 3,199

28 Chemicals, excluding

medicinals 17,280 18,277 18,804

29 Building materials,

except metals 2,177 2,232 2,256

30 Other nonmetals 5,096 4,995 5,200

31 Metals and nonmetallic

products 11,190 11,452 12,252

32 Steelmaking materials 1,003 1,133 1,153

33 Iron and steel

products 2,254 2,407 2,839

34 Nonferrous metals 4,342 4,372 4,652

35 Nonmonetary gold 1,232 1,241 1,379

36 Other precious

metals 603 719 739

37 Other nonferrous

metals 2,507 2,412 2,534

38 Other metals and non-

metallic products 3,591 3,540 3,608

39 Capital goods, except

automotive 82,375 85,440 84,438

40 Machinery, except

consumer-type 69,284 71,642 70,466

41 Electric generating

machinery, electric

apparatus, and parts 7,915 7,906 7,919

42 Nonelectric, including

parts and

attachments 61,369 63,736 62,547

43 Oil drilling, mining,

and construction

machinery 3,846 4,379 4,600

44 Industrial engines,

pumps, and

compressors 3,495 3,554 3,359

45 Machine tools and

metalworking

machinery 1,753 1,842 1,808

46 Measuring, testing,

and control

instruments 4,227 4,069 3,894

47 Other industrial,

agricultural, and

service industry

machinery 13,292 13,448 14,104

48 Computers, peri-

pherals, and parts 10,451 11,684 11,064

49 Semiconductors 11,806 11,458 10,837

50 Telecommunications

equipment 6,025 6,348 5,934

51 Other office and

business machines 519 589 518

52 Scientific, hospital,

and medical

equipment and parts 5,955 6,365 6,429

53 Civilian aircraft,

engines, and parts 12,397 13,013 13,239

54 Civilian aircraft,

complete, all types 5,460 5,783 5,899

55 Other transportation

equipment 694 785 733

56 Automotive vehicles,

engines, and parts 21,249 23,425 23,174

57 To Canada 11,518 12,827 12,867

58 Passenger cars, new and

used 2,124 2,858 2,872

59 Trucks, buses, and

special purpose

vehicles 2,319 2,492 2,346

60 Engines and engine parts 1,383 1,469 1,508

61 Other parts and

accessories 5,692 6,008 6,141

62 To other areas 9,731 10,598 10,307

63 Passenger cars, new and

used 3,515 4,268 4,192

64 Trucks, buses, and

special purpose

vehicles 681 793 711

65 Engines and engine parts 1,252 1,236 1,214

66 Other parts and

accessories 4,283 4,301 4,190

67 Consumer goods (nonfood),

except automotive 25,217 27,410 27,755

68 Consumer nondurable goods,

manufactured 12,077 12,696 12,814

69 Medical, dental, and

pharmaceutical pre-

parations, including

vitamins 6,025 6,667 6,936

70 Consumer durable goods,

manufactured 11,071 12,563 12,720

71 Household and kitchen

appliances and other

household goods 5,101 5,421 5,366

72 Unmanufactured consumer

goods (gem stones,

nursery stock) 2,069 2,151 2,221

73 Exports, n.e.c. 5,727 5,816 6,074

74 Imports of goods, balance of

payments basis, excluding

military (A-16) 377,289 396,986 381,509

75 Petroleum and products (6) 47,035 52,532 49,790

76 Nonpetroleum products 330,254 344,454 331,719

77 Foods, feeds, and beverages 14,970 16,750 16,094

78 Agricultural 11,135 12,110 12,394

79 Coffee, cocoa, and sugar 791 681 1,107

80 Green coffee 462 441 608

81 Meat products and

poultry 1,736 1,649 1,628

82 Vegetables, fruits,

nuts, and preparations 2,497 3,336 3,910

83 Wine and related

products 1,589 1,671 1,475

84 Other agricultural

foods, feeds, and

beverages 4,522 4,574 4,274

85 Nonagricultural (fish,

distilled beverages,

etc.) 3,835 4,640 3,700

86 Fish and shellfish 2,808 3,289 2,622

87 Whiskey and other

alcoholic beverages 925 1,251 966

88 Industrial supplies and

materials 108,134 114,472 114,111

89 Agricultural 1,647 1,700 1,859

90 Nonagricultural products 106,487 112,772 112,252

91 Energy products 54,720 60,729 58,778

92 Fuels and lubricants

(6) 54,312 60,381 58,361

93 Paper and paper base

stocks 3,420 3,389 3,379

94 Textile supplies and

related materials 3,043 2,971 3,114

95 Chemicals, excluding

medicinals 10,424 10,999 12,425

96 Building materials,

except metals 8,884 7,969 7,994

97 Other nonmetals 6,093 5,995 5,963

98 Metals and nonmetallic

products 19,903 20,720 20,599

99 Steelmaking materials 1,608 1,838 1,828

100 Iron and steel

products 8,528 8,602 8,094

101 Nonferrous metals 6,538 7,089 7,325

102 Nonmonetary gold 999 1,210 960

103 Other precious

metals 1,163 1,173 1,221

104 Bauxite and aluminum 2,335 2,523 2,825

105 Other nonferrous

metals 2,041 2,183 2,319

106 Other metallic and

nonmetallic products 3,229 3,191 3,352

107 Capital goods, except

automotive 87,797 91,711 87,305

108 Machinery, except

consumer-type 81,293 84,130 80,322

109 Electric generating

machinery, electric

apparatus and parts 9,814 9,976 9,779

110 Nonelectric, including

parts and

attachments 71,479 74,154 70,543

111 Oil drilling, mining,

and construction

machinery 3,416 3,071 3,376

112 Industrial engines,

pumps, and

compressors 2,769 2,866 3,028

113 Machine tools and

metalworking

machinery 1,835 1,912 1,840

114 Measuring, testing,

and control

instruments 2,957 2,997 2,820

115 Other industrial,

agricultural, and

service industry

machinery 15,651 16,554 16,674

116 Computers,

peripherals, and

parts 23,172 24,406 21,326

117 Semiconductors 6,876 6,434 6,185

118 Telecommunications

equipment 7,151 7,706 7,508

119 Other office and

business machines 2,067 2,165 1,989

120 Scientific, hospital,

and medical

equipment and parts 5,585 6,043 5,797

121 Transportation equipment,

except automotive 6,504 7,581 6,983

122 Civilian aircraft,

engines, and parts 5,965 6,929 6,364

123 Civilian aircraft,

complete, all types 2,765 3,454 2,746

124 Automotive vehicles,

engines, and parts 54,292 59,901 57,256

125 From Canada 15,738 17,353 17,386

126 Passenger cars, new and

used 8,485 9,036 8,839

127 Trucks, buses, and

special purpose

vehicles 2,481 3,117 2,709

128 Engines and engine parts 981 1,121 1,458

129 Other parts and

accessories 3,791 4,079 4,380

130 From other areas 38,554 42,548 39,870

131 Passenger cars, new and

used 20,325 23,416 20,565

132 Trucks, buses, and

special purpose

vehicles 2,356 2,510 2,091

133 Engines and engine parts 3,342 3,659 3,717

134 Other parts and

accessories 12,531 12,963 13,497

135 Consumer goods (nonfood),

except automotive 98,934 100,444 93,071

136 Consumer nondurable goods,

manufactured 47,260 43,296 44,171

137 Textile apparel and

household goods,

except rugs 22,197 18,817 18,725

138 Footwear of leather,

rubber, and other

materials 3,567 2,968 3,400

139 Consumer durable goods,

manufactured 47,021 52,644 44,211

140 Household and kitchen

appliances and other

household goods 22,859 23,575 21,909

141 Toys, shooting, and

sporting goods,

including bicycles 6,885 7,623 5,758

142 Television and video

receivers 7,915 9,774 6,885

143 Radio and stereo

equipment, including

records, tapes, and

disks 2,697 3,571 2,629

144 Unmanufactured consumer

goods (gemstones,

nursery stock) 4,653 4,504 4,689

145 Imports, n.e.c., and U.S.

goods returned 13,162 13,708 13,672

146 U.S. goods returned 7,488 7,815 7,814

147 Other products, including

balance of payments

adjustments not included

above (minimum value

shipments and

miscellaneous imports) 5,674 5,893 5,858

Seasonally adjusted

2003

Line I II III

A Balance of payments

adjustments to Census trade

data:

EXPORTS

1 Exports of goods, Census

basis (1) including

reexports and including

military grant shipments 175,734 177,726 181,294

Adjustments:

2 Private gift parcel

remittances 93 98 94

3 Gold exports, nonmonetary … … …

4 Inland U.S. freight to

Canada … … …

5 U.S.-Canadian reconciliation

adjustments, n.e.c.,

net (2) … … …

6 Exports transferred under

U.S. military agency sales

contracts identified in

Census documents (3) -1,855 -2,240 -2,403

7 Other adjustments, net (4) -806 -888 -799

8 Equals: Exports of goods,

adjusted to balance of

payments basis excluding

“military” (table 1, line 3) 173,167 174,696 178,186

IMPORTS

9 Imports of goods, Census

basis (1) (general

imports) 310,329 308,670 312,483

Adjustments:

10 Electric energy 6 9 9

11 Gold imports, nonmonetary … 340 285

12 Inland freight in Canada 945 983 937

13 U.S.-Canadian reconciliation

adjustment, n.e.c.,

net (2) … … …

14 Imports of U.S. military

agencies identified in

Census documents (3) -196 -182 -141

15 Other adjustments, net (5 6) -56 -56 -97

16 Equals: Imports of goods,

adjusted to balance of

payments basis, excluding

“military” (table 1, line

20) 311,028 309,763 313,476

B Trade in goods, by area and

country, adjusted to balance

of payments basis,

excluding military: (7)

EXPORTS

1 Total, all countries (A-8) 173,167 174,696 178,186

2 Europe 42,256 41,595 40,514

3 European Union 37,474 36,337 35,256

4 Belgium and Luxembourg 3,927 3,855 3,724

5 France 4,400 4,373 3,849

6 Germany (8) 7,325 6,941 6,730

7 Italy 2,527 2,597 2,224

8 Netherlands 4,951 4,938 4,808

9 United Kingdom 8,580 8,172 8,047

10 Other 5,764 5,461 5,874

11 Europe, excluding EU 4,782 5,258 5,258

12 Canada (2) 41,898 44,029 40,631

13 Japan 12,172 12,822 12,746

14 Australia, New Zealand, and

South Africa (9) … … …

15 Australia 2,790 3,071 3,683

16 Latin America and Other

Western Hemisphere 35,413 35,594 38,550

17 Brazil 2,555 2,592 2,963

18 Mexico 22,878 23,450 25,056

19 Venezuela 480 564 838

20 Other 9,500 8,988 9,693

21 Other countries in Asia and

Africa (7 9) 38,638 37,585 42,062

22 Asia (7 9) 36,443 35,239 39,113

23 Members of OPEC 3,053 2,989 3,228

24 China 6,578 6,178 6,431

25 Hong Kong 3,064 3,141 3,532

26 Korea, Republic of 5,946 5,656 5,715

27 Singapore 4,019 3,634 4,620

28 Taiwan 3,757 3,705 4,622

29 Africa (7 9) 2,136 2,278 2,865

30 Members of OPEC 297 378 442

31 International organizations

and unallocated … … …

Memoranda:

32 Industrial countries (7) 98,566 100,962 97,034

33 Of which: Euro area (10) 27,704 27,107 26,122

34 Members of OPEC (7) 3,830 3,931 4,508

35 Other countries (7) 70,771 69,803 76,644

IMPORTS

36 Total, all countries (A-16) 311,028 309,763 313,476

37 Europe 69,739 71,443 69,438

38 European Union 59,956 61,386 59,231

39 Belgium and Luxembourg 2,602 2,555 2,565

40 France 7,210 7,110 7,032

41 Germany (8) 16,643 17,531 15,676

42 Italy 6,350 6,266 6,330

43 Netherlands 2,804 3,025 2,973

44 United Kingdom 10,658 10,481 10,282

45 Other 13,689 14,418 14,373

46 Western Europe, excluding

EU 9,783 10,057 10,207

47 Canada (2) 57,858 56,129 53,660

48 Japan 30,260 29,143 28,207

49 Australia, New Zealand, and

South Africa (9) … … …

50 Australia 1,484 1,596 1,667

51 Latin America and Other

Western Hemisphere 53,799 53,803 54,013

52 Brazil 4,476 4,289 4,655

53 Mexico 35,378 34,164 33,912

54 Venezuela 2,701 4,638 4,695

55 Other 11,244 10,712 10,751

56 Other countries in Asia and

Africa (7 9) 97,888 97,649 106,491

57 Asia (7 9) 89,769 90,161 97,876

58 Members of OPEC 10,537 8,754 7,883

59 China 32,677 35,627 41,428

60 Hong Kong 2,046 1,946 2,595

61 Korea, Republic of 8,790 9,160 8,902

62 Singapore 3,926 3,977 3,583

63 Taiwan 7,745 7,763 8,119

64 Africa (7 9) 8,047 7,408 8,494

65 Members of OPEC 3,809 3,650 3,884

66 International organizations

and unallocated … … …

Memoranda:

67 Industrial countries (7) 156,220 155,581 149,830

68 Of which: Euro area (10) 45,944 46,961 45,442

69 Members of OPEC (7) 17,047 17,042 16,462

70 Other countries (7) 137,761 137 147,184

BALANCE (EXCESS OF EXPORTS +)

71 Total, all countries -137,861 -135,067 -135,290

72 Europe -27,483 -29,848 -28,924

73 European Union -22,482 -25,049 -23,975

74 Belgium and Luxembourg 1,325 1,300 1,159

75 France -2,810 -2,737 -3,183

76 Germany (8) -9,318 -10,590 -8,946

77 Italy -3,823 -3,669 -4,106

78 Netherlands 2,147 1,913 1,835

79 United Kingdom -2,078 -2,309 -2,235

80 Other -7,925 -8,957 -8,499

81 Western Europe, excluding

EU -5,001 -4,799 -4,949

82 Canada (2) -15,960 -12,100 -13,029

83 Japan -18,088 -16,321 -15,461

84 Australia, New Zealand, and

South Africa (9) … … …

85 Australia 1,306 1,475 2,016

86 Latin America and Other

Western Hemisphere -18,386 -18,209 -15,463

87 Brazil -1,921 -1,697 -1,692

88 Mexico -12,500 -10,714 -8,856

89 Venezuela -2,221 4,074 -3,857

90 Other -1,744 -1,724 -1,058

91 Other countries in Asia and

Africa (7 9) -59,250 -60,064 -64,429

92 Asia (7 9) -53,326 -54,922 -58,763

93 Members of OPEC -7,484 -5,765 -4,655

94 China -26,099 -29,449 -34,997

95 Hong Kong 1,018 1,195 937

96 Korea, Republic of -2,844 -3,504 -3,187

97 Singapore 93 -343 1,037

98 Taiwan -3,988 4,058 -3,497

99 Africa (7 9) -5,911 -5,130 -5,629

100 Members of OPEC -3,512 -3,272 -3,442

101 International organizations

and unallocated … … …

Memoranda:

102 Industrial countries (7) -57,654 -54,619 -52,796

103 Of which: Euro area (10) -18,240 -19,854 -19,320

104 Members of OPEC (7) -13,217 -13,111 -11,954

105 Other countries (7) -66,990 -67,337 -70,540

C Trade in goods, by principal

end-use category, adjusted

to balance of payments

basis, excluding military:

1 Exports of goods, balance of

payments basis, excluding

military (A-8) 173,167 174,696 178,186

2 Agricultural products 14,243 14,720 15,738

3 Nonagricultural products 158,924 159,976 162,448

4 Foods, feeds, and beverages 13,074 13,374 13,983

5 Agricultural 11,896 12,096 12,689

6 Grains and preparations 3,382 3,498 3,849

7 Wheat 912 815 1,198

8 Corn 1,213 1,468 1,434

9 Soybeans 1,973 1,898 1,886

10 Meat products and

poultry 1,843 1,979 2,073

11 Vegetables, fruits,

nuts, and preparations 2,172 2,273 2,327

12 Other agricultural

foods, feeds, and

beverages 2,526 2,448 2,554

13 Nonagricultural (fish,

distilled beverages,

etc.) 1,178 1,278 1,294

14 Fish and shellfish 812 825 853

15 Industrial supplies and

materials 42,625 42,835 43,102

16 Agricultural 2,278 2,553 2,975

17 Raw cotton 619 829 920

18 Tobacco, unmanufactured 254 266 238

19 Hides and skins,

including furskins 445 443 465

20 Other agricultural

industrial supplies 960 1,015 1,352

21 Nonagricultural 40,347 40,282 40,127

22 Energy products 5,323 4,471 4,181

23 Fuels and lubricants 5,086 4,306 4,023

24 Coal and related

fuels 444 463 443

25 Petroleum and

products 3,581 3,196 2,944

26 Paper and paper base

stocks 3,144 3,170 3,169

27 Textile supplies and

related materials 2,816 2,821 2,807

28 Chemicals, excluding

medicinals 14,176 14,145 14,428

29 Building materials,

except metals 1,911 1,914 1,979

30 Other nonmetals 4,401 4,392 4,543

31 Metals and nonmetallic

products 8,576 9,369 9,020

32 Steelmaking materials 600 627 684

33 Iron and steel

products 1,662 1,980 1,686

34 Nonferrous metals 3,145 3,611 3,539

35 Nonmonetary gold 940 1,359 1,328

36 Other precious

metals 552 529 503

37 Other nonferrous

metals 1,653 1,723 1,708

38 Other metals and non-

metallic products 3,169 3,151 3,111

39 Capital goods, except

automotive 70,537 70,859 73,560

40 Machinery, except

consumer-type 58,581 59,300 61,186

41 Electric generating

machinery, electric

apparatus, and parts 6,572 6,634 6,863

42 Nonelectric, including

parts and

attachments 52,009 52,666 54,323

43 Oil drilling, mining,

and construction

machinery 3,149 3,211 3,183

44 Industrial engines,

pumps, and

compressors 2,961 2,893 2,789

45 Machine tools and

metalworking

machinery 1,243 1,298 1,273

46 Measuring, testing,

and control

instruments 3,372 3,318 3,490

47 Other industrial,

agricultural, and

service industry

machinery 10,643 10,585 10,713

48 Computers, peri-

pherals, and parts 9,537 9,524 10,203

49 Semiconductors 10,602 11,290 11,761

50 Telecommunications

equipment 5,012 4,972 5,189

51 Other office and

business machines 491 485 467

52 Scientific, hospital,

and medical

equipment and parts 4,999 5,090 5,255

53 Civilian aircraft,

engines, and parts 11,304 10,893 11,710

54 Civilian aircraft,

complete, all types 5,397 5,206 5,932

55 Other transportation

equipment 652 666 664

56 Automotive vehicles,

engines, and parts 19,955 20,449 19,567

57 To Canada 11,608 11,797 10,822

58 Passenger cars, new and

used 2,812 2,910 2,106

59 Trucks, buses, and

special purpose

vehicles 1,932 1,945 1,880

60 Engines and engine parts 1,361 1,387 1,350

61 Other parts and

accessories 5,503 5,555 5,486

62 To other areas 8,347 8,652 8,745

63 Passenger cars, new and

used 2,723 2,903 2,913

64 Trucks, buses, and

special purpose

vehicles 481 617 640

65 Engines and engine parts 1,214 1,191 1,149

66 Other parts and

accessories 3,929 3,941 4,043

67 Consumer goods (nonfood),

except automotive 21,757 21,982 22,722

68 Consumer nondurable goods,

manufactured 10,835 10,723 10,953

69 Medical, dental, and

pharmaceutical pre-

parations, including

vitamins 5,100 4,999 5,206

70 Consumer durable goods,

manufactured 9,539 9,922 10,319

71 Household and kitchen

appliances and other

household goods 4,317 4,490 4,719

72 Unmanufactured consumer

goods (gem stones,

nursery stock) 1,383 1,337 1,450

73 Exports, n.e.c. 5,219 5,197 5,252

74 Imports of goods, balance of

payments basis, excluding

military (A-16) 311,028 309,763 313,476

75 Petroleum and products (6) 35,603 31,216 32,913

76 Nonpetroleum products 275,425 278,547 280,563

77 Foods, feeds, and beverages 13,515 13,721 14,093

78 Agricultural 9,859 9,955 10,192

79 Coffee, cocoa, and sugar 727 690 743

80 Green coffee 356 398 460

81 Meat products and

poultry 1,554 1,375 1,174

82 Vegetables, fruits,

nuts, and preparations 2,741 2,702 2,970

83 Wine and related

products 1,477 1,483 1,515

84 Other agricultural

foods, feeds, and

beverages 3,361 3,704 3,791

85 Nonagricultural (fish,

distilled beverages,

etc.) 3,656 3,766 3,901

86 Fish and shellfish 2,648 2,744 2,844

87 Whiskey and other

alcoholic beverages 907 925 948

88 Industrial supplies and

materials 80,129 75,696 78,779

89 Agricultural 1,422 1,465 1,440

90 Nonagricultural products 78,707 74,231 77,339

91 Energy products 41,827 37,091 39,138

92 Fuels and lubricants

(6) 41,426 36,732 38,797

93 Paper and paper base

stocks 2,934 3,036 2,929

94 Textile supplies and

related materials 2,722 2,638 2,670

95 Chemicals, excluding

medicinals 8,831 9,151 9,560

96 Building materials,

except metals 5,594 5,607 6,157

97 Other nonmetals 4,834 4,901 5,069

98 Metals and nonmetallic

products 11,965 11,807 11,816

99 Steelmaking materials 686 622 765

100 Iron and steel

products 4,460 4,008 3,789

101 Nonferrous metals 4,537 4,792 4,854

102 Nonmonetary gold 594 1,021 1,019

103 Other precious

metals 847 900 949

104 Bauxite and aluminum 1,769 1,639 1,651

105 Other nonferrous

metals 1,327 1,232 1,235

106 Other metallic and

nonmetallic products 2,282 2,385 2,408

107 Capital goods, except

automotive 71,407 73,162 73,579

108 Machinery, except

consumer-type 65,077 66,540 67,322

109 Electric generating

machinery, electric

apparatus and parts 8,207 8,056 8,248

110 Nonelectric, including

parts and

attachments 56,870 58,484 59,074

111 Oil drilling, mining,

and construction

machinery 1,658 2,206 1,978

112 Industrial engines,

pumps, and

compressors 2,245 2,262 2,300

113 Machine tools and

metalworking

machinery 1,486 1,609 1,493

114 Measuring, testing,

and control

instruments 2,330 2,363 2,463

115 Other industrial,

agricultural, and

service industry

machinery 12,618 12,627 13,093

116 Computers,

peripherals, and

parts 18,616 18,870 18,942

117 Semiconductors 6,114 6,121 6,143

118 Telecommunications

equipment 5,872 6,000 6,174

119 Other office and

business machines 1,592 1,868 1,800

120 Scientific, hospital,

and medical

equipment and parts 4,339 4,558 4,688

121 Transportation equipment,

except automotive 6,330 6,622 6,257

122 Civilian aircraft,

engines, and parts 5,827 5,969 5,754

123 Civilian aircraft,

complete, all types 2,775 2,975 2,939

124 Automotive vehicles,

engines, and parts 51,334 52,654 51,289

125 From Canada 14,673 14,842 14,937

126 Passenger cars, new and

used 7,429 7,625 7,306

127 Trucks, buses, and

special purpose

vehicles 2,671 2,705 2,778

128 Engines and engine parts 934 886 956

129 Other parts and

accessories 3,639 3,626 3,897

130 From other areas 36,661 37,812 36,352

131 Passenger cars, new and

used 20,731 21,690 19,859

132 Trucks, buses, and

special purpose

vehicles 1,887 2,147 2,319

133 Engines and engine parts 3,040 2,972 2,995

134 Other parts and

accessories 11,003 11,003 11,179

135 Consumer goods (nonfood),

except automotive 82,084 81,949 83,303

136 Consumer nondurable goods,

manufactured 40,635 40,353 39,883

137 Textile apparel and

household goods,

except rugs 17,635 17,496 17,351

138 Footwear of leather,

rubber, and other

materials 3,055 2,953 2,922

139 Consumer durable goods,

manufactured 37,650 37,706 39,403

140 Household and kitchen

appliances and other

household goods 18,011 17,919 18,430

141 Toys, shooting, and

sporting goods,

including bicycles 5,848 5,571 5,835

142 Television and video

receivers 5,599 6,015 6,505

143 Radio and stereo

equipment, including

records, tapes, and

disks 1,963 2,250 2,342

144 Unmanufactured consumer

goods (gemstones,

nursery stock) 3,799 3,890 4,017

145 Imports, n.e.c., and U.S.

goods returned 12,559 12,581 12,433

146 U.S. goods returned 7,721 7,706 7,610

147 Other products, including

balance of payments

adjustments not included

above (minimum value

shipments and

miscellaneous imports) 4,838 4,875 4,823

Seasonally adjusted

2003 2004

Line IV I II

A Balance of payments

adjustments to Census trade

data:

EXPORTS

1 Exports of goods, Census

basis (1) including

reexports and including

military grant shipments 190,017 196,712 202,981

Adjustments:

2 Private gift parcel

remittances 109 128 128

3 Gold exports, nonmonetary … … …

4 Inland U.S. freight to

Canada … … …

5 U.S.-Canadian reconciliation

adjustments, n.e.c.,

net (2) … … …

6 Exports transferred under

U.S. military agency sales

contracts identified in

Census documents (3) -1,928 -2,212 -2,166

7 Other adjustments, net (4) -825 -838 -871

8 Equals: Exports of goods,

adjusted to balance of

payments basis excluding

“military” (table 1, line 3) 187,372 193,789 200,072

IMPORTS

9 Imports of goods, Census

basis (1) (general

imports) 325,639 344,466 363,274

Adjustments:

10 Electric energy 50 31 16

11 Gold imports, nonmonetary … … …

12 Inland freight in Canada 992 1,050 1,010

13 U.S.-Canadian reconciliation

adjustment, n.e.c.,

net (2) … … …

14 Imports of U.S. military

agencies identified in

Census documents (3) -173 -228 -250

15 Other adjustments, net (5 6) -59 -77 -82

16 Equals: Imports of goods,

adjusted to balance of

payments basis, excluding

“military” (table 1, line

20) 326,450 345,241 364,059

B Trade in goods, by area and

country, adjusted to balance

of payments basis,

excluding military: (7)

EXPORTS

1 Total, all countries (A-8) 187,372 193,789 200,072

2 Europe 43,948 46,483 47,035

3 European Union 38,361 40,930 41,500

4 Belgium and Luxembourg 3,827 4,223 4,445

5 France 4,228 5,142 5,270

6 Germany (8) 7,295 7,560 7,494

7 Italy 2,939 2,432 2,806

8 Netherlands 5,838 5,779 5,946

9 United Kingdom 8,072 8,958 8,675

10 Other 6,162 6,836 6,864

11 Europe, excluding EU 5,587 5,553 5,535

12 Canada (2) 43,371 44,939 47,983

13 Japan 12,513 12,716 13,258

14 Australia, New Zealand, and

South Africa (9) … … …

15 Australia 3,154 3,166 3,269

16 Latin America and Other

Western Hemisphere 39,399 40,462 42,176

17 Brazil 3,015 3,623 3,198

18 Mexico 25,840 25,869 27,272

19 Venezuela 901 958 1,136

20 Other 9,643 10,012 10,570

21 Other countries in Asia and

Africa (7 9) 44,987 46,023 46,351

22 Asia (7 9) 42,068 42,834 43,255

23 Members of OPEC 2,996 2,941 3,519

24 China 9,100 8,919 8,315

25 Hong Kong 3,716 3,706 3,781

26 Korea, Republic of 6,164 6,303 6,359

27 Singapore 3,874 4,480 5,066

28 Taiwan 4,904 5,005 5,331

29 Africa (7 9) 2,843 3,131 3,016

30 Members of OPEC 390 520 524

31 International organizations

and unallocated … … …

Memoranda:

32 Industrial countries (7) 102,201 106,465 110,537

33 Of which: Euro area (10) 29,025 30,568 30,846

34 Members of OPEC (7) 4,287 4,419 5,179

35 Other countries (7) 80,884 82,905 84,356

IMPORTS

36 Total, all countries (A-16) 326,450 345,241 364,059

37 Europe 74,060 76,988 81,401

38 European Union 64,408 66,163 70,855

39 Belgium and Luxembourg 2,682 3,201 3,302

40 France 7,856 7,387 7,618

41 Germany (8) 18,157 18,347 19,292

42 Italy 6,446 6,796 7,017

43 Netherlands 2,718 2,922 2,945

44 United Kingdom 11,153 11,249 11,898

45 Other 15,396 16,261 18,783

46 Western Europe, excluding

EU 9,652 10,825 10,546

47 Canada (2) 56,602 63,557 66,378

48 Japan 30,424 32,218 32,090

49 Australia, New Zealand, and

South Africa (9) … … …

50 Australia 1,648 1,731 1,751

51 Latin America and Other

Western Hemisphere 56,254 60,577 63,052

52 Brazil 4,489 4,274 5,180

53 Mexico 35,582 38,135 39,596

54 Venezuela 5,102 5,850 6,053

55 Other 11,081 12,318 12,223

56 Other countries in Asia and

Africa (7 9) 107,462 110,170 119,387

57 Asia (7 9) 99,297 100,085 108,560

58 Members of OPEC 8,894 9,797 9,989

59 China 42,694 40,636 46,765

60 Hong Kong 2,264 2,108 2,052

61 Korea, Republic of 10,374 10,543 11,781

62 Singapore 3,650 3,686 3,865

63 Taiwan 7,976 7,995 8,736

64 Africa (7 9) 8,072 9,997 10,741

65 Members of OPEC 3,799 5,130 5,744

66 International organizations

and unallocated … … …

Memoranda:

67 Industrial countries (7) 160,442 171,532 178,224

68 Of which: Euro area (10) 49,261 50,669 52,845

69 Members of OPEC (7) 17,795 20,777 21,786

70 Other countries (7) 148,213 152,932 164,049

BALANCE (EXCESS OF EXPORTS +)

71 Total, all countries -139,078 -151,452 -163,987

72 Europe -30,112 -30,505 -34,366

73 European Union -26,047 -25,233 -29,355

74 Belgium and Luxembourg 1,145 1,022 1,143

75 France -3,628 -2,245 -2,348

76 Germany (8) -10,862 -10,787 -11,798

77 Italy -3,507 -4,364 -4,211

78 Netherlands 3,120 2,857 3,001

79 United Kingdom -3,081 -2,291 -3,223

80 Other -9,234 -9,425 -11,919

81 Western Europe, excluding

EU 4,065 -5,272 -5,011

82 Canada (2) -13,231 -18,618 -18,395

83 Japan -17,911 -19,502 -18,832

84 Australia, New Zealand, and

South Africa (9) … … …

85 Australia 1,506

86 Latin America and Other

Western Hemisphere -16,855 -20,115 -20,876

87 Brazil -1,474 -651 -1,982

88 Mexico -9,742 -12,266 -12,324

89 Venezuela -4,201 -4,892 -4,917

90 Other -1,438 -2,306 -1,653

91 Other countries in Asia and

Africa (7 9) -62,475 -64,147 -73,036

92 Asia (7 9) -57,229 -57,251 -65,305

93 Members of OPEC -5,898 -6,856 -6,470

94 China -33,594 -31,717 -38,450

95 Hong Kong 1,452 1,598 1,729

96 Korea, Republic of 4,210 -4,240 -5,422

97 Singapore 224 794 1,201

98 Taiwan -3,072 -2,990 -3,405

99 Africa (7 9) -5,229 -6,866 -7,725

100 Members of OPEC -3,409 4,610 -5,220

101 International organizations

and unallocated … … …

Memoranda:

102 Industrial countries (7) -58,241 -65,067 -67,687

103 Of which: Euro area (10) -20,236 -20,101 -21,999

104 Members of OPEC (7) -13,508 -16,358 -16,607

105 Other countries (7) -67,329 -70,027 -79,693

C Trade in goods, by principal

end-use category, adjusted

to balance of payments

basis, excluding military:

1 Exports of goods, balance of

payments basis, excluding

military (A-8) 187,372 193,789 200,072

2 Agricultural products 16,183 15,892 15,996

3 Nonagricultural products 171,189 177,897 184,076

4 Foods, feeds, and beverages 14,595 14,127 14,190

5 Agricultural 13,342 12,750 12,836

6 Grains and preparations 4,077 4,498 4,620

7 Wheat 1,077 1,448 1,466

8 Corn 1,636 1,740 1,879

9 Soybeans 2,291 1,902 1,641

10 Meat products and

poultry 1,978 1,198 1,378

11 Vegetables, fruits,

nuts, and preparations 2,379 2,520 2,438

12 Other agricultural

foods, feeds, and

beverages 2,617 2,632 2,759

13 Nonagricultural (fish,

distilled beverages,

etc.) 1,253 1,377 1,354

14 Fish and shellfish 874 960 893

15 Industrial supplies and

materials 44,491 47,875 50,133

16 Agricultural 2,767 3,066 3,084

17 Raw cotton 1,021 1,243 1,250

18 Tobacco, unmanufactured 269 272 204

19 Hides and skins,

including furskins 441 451 462

20 Other agricultural

industrial supplies 1,036 1,100 1,168

21 Nonagricultural 41,724 44,809 47,049

22 Energy products 4,255 5,284 6,211

23 Fuels and lubricants 4,051 4,980 6,005

24 Coal and related

fuels 454 581 941

25 Petroleum and

products 2,972 3,472 4,204

26 Paper and paper base

stocks 3,331 3,422 3,483

27 Textile supplies and

related materials 2,903 3,108 3,142

28 Chemicals, excluding

medicinals 15,244 15,957 16,637

29 Building materials,

except metals 2,025 2,191 2,276

30 Other nonmetals 4,617 4,795 5,001

31 Metals and nonmetallic

products 9,349 10,052 10,299

32 Steelmaking materials 697 856 991

33 Iron and steel

products 1,753 1,958 2,073

34 Nonferrous metals 3,647 3,844 3,764

35 Nonmonetary gold 1,164 1,100 877

36 Other precious

metals 561 666 770

37 Other nonferrous

metals 1,922 2,078 2,117

38 Other metals and non-

metallic products 3,252 3,394 3,471

39 Capital goods, except

automotive 78,664 80,679 82,302

40 Machinery, except

consumer-type 65,151 67,697 69,686

41 Electric generating

machinery, electric

apparatus, and parts 7,376 7,473 7,999

42 Nonelectric, including

parts and

attachments 57,775 60,224 61,687

43 Oil drilling, mining,

and construction

machinery 3,290 3,667 3,506

44 Industrial engines,

pumps, and

compressors 3,047 3,090 3,313

45 Machine tools and

metalworking

machinery 1,439 1,653 1,800

46 Measuring, testing,

and control

instruments 3,756 4,083 4,366

47 Other industrial,

agricultural, and

service industry

machinery 11,526 12,583 13,010

48 Computers, peri-

pherals, and parts 10,660 10,499 10,553

49 Semiconductors 12,484 12,469 12,362

50 Telecommunications

equipment 5,571 5,994 6,358

51 Other office and

business machines 485 509 506

52 Scientific, hospital,

and medical

equipment and parts 5,517 5,677 5,913

53 Civilian aircraft,

engines, and parts 12,816 12,311 11,868

54 Civilian aircraft,

complete, all types 6,771 6,054 5,125

55 Other transportation

equipment 697 671 748

56 Automotive vehicles,

engines, and parts 20,714 20,994 21,806

57 To Canada 11,999 11,725 12,187

58 Passenger cars, new and

used 2,901 2,428 2,591

59 Trucks, buses, and

special purpose

vehicles 2,089 2,009 2,156

60 Engines and engine parts 1,320 1,364 1,370

61 Other parts and

accessories 5,689 5,924 6,070

62 To other areas 8,715 9,269 9,619

63 Passenger cars, new and

used 2,834 3,058 3,340

64 Trucks, buses, and

special purpose

vehicles 661 687 662

65 Engines and engine parts 1,140 1,256 1,195

66 Other parts and

accessories 4,080 4,268 4,422

67 Consumer goods (nonfood),

except automotive 23,447 24,548 25,522

68 Consumer nondurable goods,

manufactured 11,049 12,005 12,189

69 Medical, dental, and

pharmaceutical pre-

parations, including

vitamins 5,224 6,217 6,384

70 Consumer durable goods,

manufactured 10,802 10,966 11,500

71 Household and kitchen

appliances and other

household goods 4,849 4,901 5,063

72 Unmanufactured consumer

goods (gem stones,

nursery stock) 1,596 1,577 1,833

73 Exports, n.e.c. 5,461 5,566 6,119

74 Imports of goods, balance of

payments basis, excluding

military (A-16) 326,450 345,241 364,059

75 Petroleum and products (6) 33,356 40,039 41,522

76 Nonpetroleum products 293,094 305,202 322,537

77 Foods, feeds, and beverages 14,502 15,007 15,585

78 Agricultural 10,760 11,041 11,743

79 Coffee, cocoa, and sugar 729 690 841

80 Green coffee 399 370 517

81 Meat products and

poultry 1,613 1,597 1,686

82 Vegetables, fruits,

nuts, and preparations 2,909 2,970 3,109

83 Wine and related

products 1,549 1,517 1,567

84 Other agricultural

foods, feeds, and

beverages 3,961 4,266 4,541

85 Nonagricultural (fish,

distilled beverages,

etc.) 3,742 3,966 3,842

86 Fish and shellfish 2,710 2,897 2,699

87 Whiskey and other

alcoholic beverages 931 972 1,046

88 Industrial supplies and

materials 79,905 91,340 98,455

89 Agricultural 1,499 1,547 1,695

90 Nonagricultural products 78,406 89,793 96,760

91 Energy products 39,067 46,683 48,976

92 Fuels and lubricants

(6) 38,765 46,378 48,664

93 Paper and paper base

stocks 2,869 3,095 3,207

94 Textile supplies and

related materials 2,776 2,912 3,011

95 Chemicals, excluding

medicinals 9,119 9,758 10,244

96 Building materials,

except metals 6,805 7,093 8,080

97 Other nonmetals 5,337 5,546 5,758

98 Metals and nonmetallic

products 12,433 14,706 17,484

99 Steelmaking materials 766 1,056 1,220

100 Iron and steel

products 4,061 5,069 6,931

101 Nonferrous metals 5,166 5,908 6,294

102 Nonmonetary gold 948 1,021 820

103 Other precious

metals 937 1,181 1,331

104 Bauxite and aluminum 1,863 1,983 2,219

105 Other nonferrous

metals 1,418 1,723 1,924

106 Other metallic and

nonmetallic products 2,440 2,673 3,039

107 Capital goods, except

automotive 77,685 80,766 85,483

108 Machinery, except

consumer-type 70,613 74,821 78,812

109 Electric generating

machinery, electric

apparatus and parts 8,780 9,220 9,722

110 Nonelectric, including

parts and

attachments 61,833 65,601 69,090

111 Oil drilling, mining,

and construction

machinery 1,981 2,286 2,603

112 Industrial engines,

pumps, and

compressors 2,404 2,552 2,799

113 Machine tools and

metalworking

machinery 1,605 1,597 1,707

114 Measuring, testing,

and control

instruments 2,530 2,697 2,869

115 Other industrial,

agricultural, and

service industry

machinery 13,535 14,404 15,112

116 Computers,

peripherals, and

parts 20,083 20,979 22,084

117 Semiconductors 6,227 6,660 6,848

118 Telecommunications

equipment 6,735 7,287 7,592

119 Other office and

business machines 1,874 1,875 2,046

120 Scientific, hospital,

and medical

equipment and parts 4,859 5,264 5,430

121 Transportation equipment,

except automotive 7,072 5,945 6,671

122 Civilian aircraft,

engines, and parts 6,535 5,259 6,113

123 Civilian aircraft,

complete, all types 3,544 2,147 3,020

124 Automotive vehicles,

engines, and parts 54,895 55,429 57,166

125 From Canada 16,200 16,081 17,021

126 Passenger cars, new and

used 8,157 8,162 9,048

127 Trucks, buses, and

special purpose

vehicles 2,897 2,775 2,844

128 Engines and engine parts 1,053 1,060 1,046

129 Other parts and

accessories 4,093 4,084 4,083

130 From other areas 38,695 39,348 40,145

131 Passenger cars, new and

used 21,623 21,644 21,810

132 Trucks, buses, and

special purpose

vehicles 2,427 2,406 2,456

133 Engines and engine parts 3,136 3,194 3,410

134 Other parts and

accessories 11,509 12,104 12,469

135 Consumer goods (nonfood),

except automotive 86,670 89,605 93,965

136 Consumer nondurable goods,

manufactured 40,803 42,308 44,294

137 Textile apparel and

household goods,

except rugs 17,052 17,738 18,467

138 Footwear of leather,

rubber, and other

materials 2,945 3,073 3,108

139 Consumer durable goods,

manufactured 41,686 43,002 45,197

140 Household and kitchen

appliances and other

household goods 19,417 20,663 21,924

141 Toys, shooting, and

sporting goods,

including bicycles 5,697 5,707 5,964

142 Television and video

receivers 7,273 7,422 7,661

143 Radio and stereo

equipment, including

records, tapes, and

disks 2,602 2,407 2,564

144 Unmanufactured consumer

goods (gemstones,

nursery stock) 4,181 4,295 4,474

145 Imports, n.e.c., and U.S.

goods returned 12,793 13,094 13,405

146 U.S. goods returned 7,750 7,844 7,801

147 Other products, including

balance of payments

adjustments not included

above (minimum value

shipments and

miscellaneous imports) 5,043 5,250 5,604

Seasonally adjusted

2004 2005

Line III IV I (p)

A Balance of payments

adjustments to Census trade

data:

EXPORTS

1 Exports of goods, Census

basis (1) including

reexports and including

military grant shipments 207,461 211,621 216,307

Adjustments:

2 Private gift parcel

remittances 117 112 144

3 Gold exports, nonmonetary … … …

4 Inland U.S. freight to

Canada … … …

5 U.S.-Canadian reconciliation

adjustments, n.e.c.,

net (2) … … …

6 Exports transferred under

U.S. military agency sales

contracts identified in

Census documents (3) -1,897 -1,929 -1,716

7 Other adjustments, net (4) -881 -930 -894

8 Equals: Exports of goods,

adjusted to balance of

payments basis excluding

“military” (table 1, line 3) 204,801 208,874 213,840

IMPORTS

9 Imports of goods, Census

basis (1) (general

imports) 371,748 390,216 399,254

Adjustments:

10 Electric energy 41 35 24

11 Gold imports, nonmonetary 40 … …

12 Inland freight in Canada 1,078 1,118 1,147

13 U.S.-Canadian reconciliation

adjustment, n.e.c.,

net (2) … … …

14 Imports of U.S. military

agencies identified in

Census documents (3) -245 -241 -181

15 Other adjustments, net (5 6) -87 -78 -74

16 Equals: Imports of goods,

adjusted to balance of

payments basis, excluding

“military” (table 1, line

20) 372,576 391,050 400,169

B Trade in goods, by area and

country, adjusted to balance

of payments basis,

excluding military: (7)

EXPORTS

1 Total, all countries (A-8) 204,801 208,874 213,840

2 Europe 46,100 49,800 51,965

3 European Union 41,203 44,036 45,816

4 Belgium and Luxembourg 4,301 4,451 4,689

5 France 4,780 5,891 5,726

6 Germany (8) 7,830 7,960 8,297

7 Italy 2,403 2,779 2,899

8 Netherlands 5,973 6,421 6,649

9 United Kingdom 8,704 8,783 9,290

10 Other 7,212 7,751 8,266

11 Europe, excluding EU 4,897 5,764 6,149

12 Canada (2) 47,901 49,159 51,016

13 Japan 13,311 13,003 12,664

14 Australia, New Zealand, and

South Africa (9) … … …

15 Australia 3,736 3,595 3,607

16 Latin America and Other

Western Hemisphere 44,266 44,983 44,836

17 Brazil 3,561 3,344 3,396

18 Mexico 28,738 28,819 28,382

19 Venezuela 1,257 1,391 1,465

20 Other 10,710 11,429 11,593

21 Other countries in Asia and

Africa (7 9) 49,487 48,334 49,752

22 Asia (7 9) 46,142 44,869 46,063

23 Members of OPEC 3,727 4,100 4,645

24 China 8,492 8,913 9,007

25 Hong Kong 4,214 4,083 3,877

26 Korea, Republic of 6,787 6,280 6,780

27 Singapore 5,549 4,159 5,177

28 Taiwan 5,268 5,701 5,263

29 Africa (7 9) 3,240 3,386 3,601

30 Members of OPEC 640 879 604

31 International organizations

and unallocated … … …

Memoranda:

32 Industrial countries (7) 110,177 114,383 118,346

33 Of which: Euro area (10) 30,378 33,006 33,987

34 Members of OPEC (7) 5,624 6,370 6,714

35 Other countries (7) 89,000 88,121 88,780

IMPORTS

36 Total, all countries (A-16) 372,576 391,050 400,169

37 Europe 77,384 85,142 86,412

38 European Union 67,439 73,696 74,926

39 Belgium and Luxembourg 2,936 3,294 3,224

40 France 7,599 8,983 8,367

41 Germany (8) 18,967 20,524 20,546

42 Italy 7,081 7,192 7,607

43 Netherlands 3,104 3,433 3,306

44 United Kingdom 10,509 12,376 12,046

45 Other 17,243 17,894 19,830

46 Western Europe, excluding

EU 9,945 11,446 11,486

47 Canada (2) 63,340 65,759 71,559

48 Japan 31,924 33,575 35,438

49 Australia, New Zealand, and

South Africa (9) … … …

50 Australia 1,951 2,087 1,604

51 Latin America and Other

Western Hemisphere 64,284 67,849 70,380

52 Brazil 5,900 5,805 5,975

53 Mexico 38,800 40,574 41,005

54 Venezuela 6,041 6,977 7,980

55 Other 13,543 14,493 15,420

56 Other countries in Asia and

Africa (7 9) 133,693 136,638 134,776

57 Asia (7 9) 121,990 123,220 120,718

58 Members of OPEC 12,297 13,111 11,964

59 China 53,625 55,648 53,667

60 Hong Kong 2,719 2,437 1,989

61 Korea, Republic of 11,914 11,926 11,781

62 Singapore 4,113 3,695 3,678

63 Taiwan 9,018 8,877 8,702

64 Africa (7 9) 11,593 13,305 13,980

65 Members of OPEC 6,252 6,864 7,384

66 International organizations

and unallocated … … …

Memoranda:

67 Industrial countries (7) 170,631 181,877 190,170

68 Of which: Euro area (10) 50,960 54,919 55,945

69 Members of OPEC (7) 24,590 26,952 27,328

70 Other countries (7) 177,355 182,221 182,671

BALANCE (EXCESS OF EXPORTS +)

71 Total, all countries -167,775 -182,176 -186,329

72 Europe -31,284 -35,342 -34,447

73 European Union -26,236 -29,660 -29,110

74 Belgium and Luxembourg 1,365 1,157 1,465

75 France -2,819 -3,092 -2,641

76 Germany (8) -11,137 -12,564 -12,249

77 Italy -4,678 4,413 -4,708

78 Netherlands 2,869 2,988 3,343

79 United Kingdom -1,805 -3,593 -2,756

80 Other -10,031 -10,143 -11,564

81 Western Europe, excluding

EU -5,048 -5,682 -5,337

82 Canada (2) -15,439 -16,600 -20,543

83 Japan -18,613 -20,572 -22,774

84 Australia, New Zealand, and

South Africa (9) … … …

85 Australia

86 Latin America and Other

Western Hemisphere -20,018 -22,866 -25,544

87 Brazil -2,339 -2,461 -2,579

88 Mexico -10,062 -11,755 -12,623

89 Venezuela -4,784 -5,586 -6,515

90 Other -2,833 -3,064 -3,827

91 Other countries in Asia and

Africa (7 9) -84,206 -88,304 -85,024

92 Asia (7 9) -75,848 -78,351 -74,655

93 Members of OPEC -8,570 -9,011 -7,319

94 China 45,133 -46,735 -44,660

95 Hong Kong 1,495 1,646 1,888

96 Korea, Republic of -5,127 -5,646 -5,001

97 Singapore 1,436 464 1,499

98 Taiwan -3,750 -3,176 -3,439

99 Africa (7 9) -8,353 -9,919 -10,379

100 Members of OPEC -5,612 -5,985 -6,780

101 International organizations

and unallocated … … …

Memoranda:

102 Industrial countries (7) -60,454 -67,494 -71,824

103 Of which: Euro area (10) -20,582 -21,913 -21,958

104 Members of OPEC (7) -18,966 -20,582 -20,614

105 Other countries (7) -88,355 -94,100 -93,891

C Trade in goods, by principal

end-use category, adjusted

to balance of payments

basis, excluding military:

1 Exports of goods, balance of

payments basis, excluding

military (A-8) 204,801 208,874 213,840

2 Agricultural products 15,410 15,642 15,576

3 Nonagricultural products 189,391 193,232 198,264

4 Foods, feeds, and beverages 13,896 14,355 14,204

5 Agricultural 12,488 12,882 12,754

6 Grains and preparations 4,149 3,802 3,610

7 Wheat 1,213 1,065 1,108

8 Corn 1,803 1,505 1,236

9 Soybeans 1,504 1,847 1,795

10 Meat products and

poultry 1,494 1,602 1,664

11 Vegetables, fruits,

nuts, and preparations 2,495 2,635 2,745

12 Other agricultural

foods, feeds, and

beverages 2,846 2,996 2,940

13 Nonagricultural (fish,

distilled beverages,

etc.) 1,408 1,473 1,450

14 Fish and shellfish 959 1,011 1,041

15 Industrial supplies and

materials 51,916 54,042 55,880

16 Agricultural 2,844 2,674 2,744

17 Raw cotton 990 796 851

18 Tobacco, unmanufactured 293 272 268

19 Hides and skins,

including furskins 420 425 454

20 Other agricultural

industrial supplies 1,141 1,181 1,171

21 Nonagricultural 49,072 51,368 53,136

22 Energy products 6,292 6,854 7,430

23 Fuels and lubricants 6,144 6,677 7,259

24 Coal and related

fuels 736 709 828

25 Petroleum and

products 4,456 4,950 5,196

26 Paper and paper base

stocks 3,510 3,556 3,706

27 Textile supplies and

related materials 3,305 3,269 3,269

28 Chemicals, excluding

medicinals 17,543 18,484 18,875

29 Building materials,

except metals 2,218 2,268 2,304

30 Other nonmetals 5,141 5,111 5,208

31 Metals and nonmetallic

products 11,063 11,826 12,344

32 Steelmaking materials 1,003 1,165 1,226

33 Iron and steel

products 2,290 2,524 2,762

34 Nonferrous metals 4,166 4,482 4,700

35 Nonmonetary gold 1,232 1,241 1,379

36 Other precious

metals 603 719 739

37 Other nonferrous

metals 2,331 2,522 2,582

38 Other metals and non-

metallic products 3,604 3,655 3,656

39 Capital goods, except

automotive 84,173 84,322 85,430

40 Machinery, except

consumer-type 70,413 70,807 71,230

41 Electric generating

machinery, electric

apparatus, and parts 7,877 7,912 8,052

42 Nonelectric, including

parts and

attachments 62,536 62,895 63,178

43 Oil drilling, mining,

and construction

machinery 3,944 4,395 4,649

44 Industrial engines,

pumps, and

compressors 3,580 3,529 3,434

45 Machine tools and

metalworking

machinery 1,794 1,828 1,857

46 Measuring, testing,

and control

instruments 4,369 4,109 3,892

47 Other industrial,

agricultural, and

service industry

machinery 13,466 13,801 14,363

48 Computers, peri-

pherals, and parts 10,855 10,898 10,997

49 Semiconductors 11,715 11,505 10,861

50 Telecommunications

equipment 6,117 6,074 6,220

51 Other office and

business machines 535 561 525

52 Scientific, hospital,

and medical

equipment and parts 6,161 6,195 6,380

53 Civilian aircraft,

engines, and parts 13,066 12,730 13,467

54 Civilian aircraft,

complete, all types 6,098 5,640 5,924

55 Other transportation

equipment 694 785 733

56 Automotive vehicles,

engines, and parts 23,071 23,421 23,692

57 To Canada 13,066 13,039 12,859

58 Passenger cars, new and

used 2,724 2,747 3,060

59 Trucks, buses, and

special purpose

vehicles 2,603 2,368 2,449

60 Engines and engine parts 1,487 1,560 1,464

61 Other parts and

accessories 6,252 6,364 5,886

62 To other areas 10,005 10,382 10,833

63 Passenger cars, new and

used 3,742 3,979 4,668

64 Trucks, buses, and

special purpose

vehicles 715 728 760

65 Engines and engine parts 1,255 1,269 1,215

66 Other parts and

accessories 4,293 4,406 4,190

67 Consumer goods (nonfood),

except automotive 25,952 27,053 28,300

68 Consumer nondurable goods,

manufactured 12,107 12,702 13,210

69 Medical, dental, and

pharmaceutical pre-

parations, including

vitamins 6,176 6,654 7,176

70 Consumer durable goods,

manufactured 11,737 12,209 12,825

71 Household and kitchen

appliances and other

household goods 5,276 5,387 5,366

72 Unmanufactured consumer

goods (gem stones,

nursery stock) 2,108 2,142 2,265

73 Exports, n.e.c. 5,793 5,681 6,334

74 Imports of goods, balance of

payments basis, excluding

military (A-16) 372,576 391,050 400,169

75 Petroleum and products (6) 45,129 53,769 52,929

76 Nonpetroleum products 327,447 337,281 347,240

77 Foods, feeds, and beverages 15,472 16,079 16,571

78 Agricultural 11,772 11,939 12,357

79 Coffee, cocoa, and sugar 840 744 1,005

80 Green coffee 494 488 546

81 Meat products and

poultry 1,848 1,729 1,661

82 Vegetables, fruits,

nuts, and preparations 3,116 3,424 3,325

83 Wine and related

products 1,565 1,609 1,729

84 Other agricultural

foods, feeds, and

beverages 4,403 4,433 4,637

85 Nonagricultural (fish,

distilled beverages,

etc.) 3,700 4,140 4,214

86 Fish and shellfish 2,659 2,955 2,949

87 Whiskey and other

alcoholic beverages 939 1,085 1,153

88 Industrial supplies and

materials 105,950 117,244 118,328

89 Agricultural 1,685 1,750 1,854

90 Nonagricultural products 104,265 115,494 116,474

91 Energy products 53,274 61,966 61,260

92 Fuels and lubricants

(6) 52,932 61,540 60,853

93 Paper and paper base

stocks 3,349 3,400 3,469

94 Textile supplies and

related materials 3,020 3,086 3,219

95 Chemicals, excluding

medicinals 10,821 11,465 12,076

96 Building materials,

except metals 8,443 8,400 8,710

97 Other nonmetals 5,926 6,049 6,284

98 Metals and nonmetallic

products 19,432 21,128 21,456

99 Steelmaking materials 1,547 1,808 2,083

100 Iron and steel

products 8,133 8,741 8,662

101 Nonferrous metals 6,559 7,277 7,280

102 Nonmonetary gold 999 1,210 960

103 Other precious

metals 1,186 1,140 1,248

104 Bauxite and aluminum 2,347 2,720 2,746

105 Other nonferrous

metals 2,027 2,207 2,326

106 Other metallic and

nonmetallic products 3,193 3,302 3,431

107 Capital goods, except

automotive 87,771 89,431 90,743

108 Machinery, except

consumer-type 81,232 81,853 83,721

109 Electric generating

machinery, electric

apparatus and parts 9,782 9,801 10,108

110 Nonelectric, including

parts and

attachments 71,450 72,052 73,613

111 Oil drilling, mining,

and construction

machinery 3,447 3,283 3,370

112 Industrial engines,

pumps, and

compressors 2,839 2,897 3,009

113 Machine tools and

metalworking

machinery 1,841 1,915 1,910

114 Measuring, testing,

and control

instruments 2,943 2,966 2,886

115 Other industrial,

agricultural, and

service industry

machinery 15,957 16,542 17,034

116 Computers,

peripherals, and

parts 22,760 22,812 23,023

117 Semiconductors 6,850 6,391 6,244

118 Telecommunications

equipment 7,193 7,376 7,941

119 Other office and

business machines 2,044 2,085 2,099

120 Scientific, hospital,

and medical

equipment and parts 5,576 5,785 6,097

121 Transportation equipment,

except automotive 6,539 7,578 7,022

122 Civilian aircraft,

engines, and parts 6,000 6,927 6,403

123 Civilian aircraft,

complete, all types 2,765 3,454 2,746

124 Automotive vehicles,

engines, and parts 57,513 58,127 58,178

125 From Canada 17,087 17,488 17,343

126 Passenger cars, new and

used 9,311 9,104 9,038

127 Trucks, buses, and

special purpose

vehicles 2,689 3,060 2,674

128 Engines and engine parts 1,082 1,129 1,357

129 Other parts and

accessories 4,005 4,195 4,274

130 From other areas 40,426 40,639 40,835

131 Passenger cars, new and

used 21,899 21,290 21,328

132 Trucks, buses, and

special purpose

vehicles 2,278 2,472 2,262

133 Engines and engine parts 3,432 3,710 3,709

134 Other parts and

accessories 12,817 13,167 13,536

135 Consumer goods (nonfood),

except automotive 92,594 96,890 102,072

136 Consumer nondurable goods,

manufactured 43,083 44,351 46,454

137 Textile apparel and

household goods,

except rugs 18,833 19,594 20,068

138 Footwear of leather,

rubber, and other

materials 3,194 3,238 3,387

139 Consumer durable goods,

manufactured 44,979 47,881 51,018

140 Household and kitchen

appliances and other

household goods 21,815 22,968 24,241

141 Toys, shooting, and

sporting goods,

including bicycles 5,978 6,465 7,403

142 Television and video

receivers 7,640 8,143 8,713

143 Radio and stereo

equipment, including

records, tapes, and

disks 2,634 3,107 3,109

144 Unmanufactured consumer

goods (gemstones,

nursery stock) 4,532 4,658 4,600

145 Imports, n.e.c., and U.S.

goods returned 13,276 13,279 14,277

146 U.S. goods returned 7,585 7,498 8,183

147 Other products, including

balance of payments

adjustments not included

above (minimum value

shipments and

miscellaneous imports) 5,691 5,781 6,094

Table 3. Private Services Transactions

[Millions of dollars]

Line 2002 2003 2004

1 Exports of private services 282,116 295,567 328,277

2 Travel (table 1, line 6) 66,605 64,348 74,481

3 Passenger fares (table 1,

line 7) 17,046 15,693 18,858

4 Other transportation (table

1, line 8) 29,195 31,329 36,862

5 Freight 12,289 14,037 15,814

6 Port services 16,906 17,292 21,048

7 Royalties and license fees

(table 1, line 9) 44,489 48,137 52,643

8 Affiliated 32,751 35,885 39,024

9 U.S. parents’ receipts 29,656 32,464 35,084

10 U.S. affiliates’ receipts 3,095 3,421 3,940

11 Unaffiliated 11,738 12,252 13,619

12 Industrial processes (1) 4,039 4,627 5,560

13 Other (2) 7,699 7,625 8,059

14 Other private services (table

1, line 10) 124,781 136,060 145,433

15 Affiliated services 42,869 47,304 50,639

16 U.S. parents’ receipts 24,624 26,961 28,264

17 U.S. affiliates’ receipts 18,245 20,343 22,375

18 Unaffiliated services 81,912 88,755 94,794

19 Education 12,626 13,261 13,523

20 Financial services 17,746 19,081 21,897

21 Insurance services 4,467 5,880 6,125

22 Telecommunications 3,890 4,514 4,374

23 Business, professional,

and technical services 29,230 31,473 33,773

24 Other unaffiliated

services (3) 13,954 14,548 15,101

25 Imports of private services 211,716 228,237 263,072

26 Travel (table 1, line 23) 58,715 57,444 65,635

27 Passenger fares (table 1,

line 24) 19,969 20,957 23,701

28 Other transportation (table

1, line 25) 38,407 44,705 54,169

29 Freight 25,973 31,772 39,225

30 Port services 12,434 12,933 14,944

31 Royalties and license fees

(table 1, line 26) 19,335 19,390 23,901

32 Affiliated 15,116 15,683 18,750

33 U.S. parents’ payments 2,925 2,668 2,913

34 U.S. affiliates’ payments 12,191 13,015 15,837

35 Unaffiliated 4,219 3,707 5,151

36 Industrial processes (1) 2,049 2,034 2,554

37 Other (2) 2,169 1,673 2,598

38 Other private services (table

1, line 27) 75,290 85,741 95,666

39 Affiliated services 31,688 35,312 39,446

40 U.S. parents’ payments 17,001 18,992 21,630

41 U.S. affiliates’ payments 14,687 16,320 17,816

42 Unaffiliated services 43,602 50,429 56,220

43 Education 2,701 3,184 3,525

44 Financial services 4,160 4,232 4,968

45 Insurance services 22,150 26,561 29,882

46 Telecommunications 4,233 4,259 4,365

47 Business, professional,

and technical services 9,688 11,393 12,519

48 Other unaffiliated

services (3) 671 801 962

Supplemental detail on

insurance transactions:

49 Premiums received (4) 11,905 15,768 17,974

50 Actual losses paid 8,314 11,146 10,936

51 Premiums paid (4) 48,156 57,606 67,105

52 Actual losses recovered 31,165 34,953 35,039

Memoranda:

53 Balance on goods (table 1,

line 71) -482,298 -547,296 -665,390

54 Balance on private services

(line 1 minus line 25) 70,400 67,330 65,205

55 Balance on goods and private

services (lines 53 and 54) -411,898 -479,966 -600,185

Not seasonally adjusted

2003

Line I II III

1 Exports of private services 69,995 68,741 77,776

2 Travel (table 1, line 6) 13,569 14,476 19,174

3 Passenger fares (table 1,

line 7) 3,454 3,440 4,561

4 Other transportation (table

1, line 8) 7,214 7,644 8,133

5 Freight 3,234 3,584 3,483

6 Port services 3,980 4,060 4,650

7 Royalties and license fees

(table 1, line 9) 11,231 11,741 11,790

8 Affiliated 8,252 8,721 8,706

9 U.S. parents’ receipts 7,535 8,032 7,824

10 U.S. affiliates’ receipts 717 689 882

11 Unaffiliated 2,979 3,020 3,084

12 Industrial processes (1) 1,074 1,125 1,183

13 Other (2) 1,904 1,896 1,901

14 Other private services (table

1, line 10) 34,527 31,440 34,118

15 Affiliated services 10,772 11,186 11,367

16 U.S. parents’ receipts 6,051 6,529 6,411

17 U.S. affiliates’ receipts 4,721 4,657 4,956

18 Unaffiliated services 23,755 20,254 22,751

19 Education 5,457 1,667 3,664

20 Financial services 4,742 4,595 4,784

21 Insurance services 1,389 1,461 1,501

22 Telecommunications 1,082 1,131 1,149

23 Business, professional,

and technical services 7,554 7,831 7,940

24 Other unaffiliated

services (3) 3,531 3,570 3,713

25 Imports of private services 51,943 56,295 61,338

26 Travel (table 1, line 23) 12,469 14,486 17,054

27 Passenger fares (table 1,

line 24) 4,498 5,347 6,163

28 Other transportation (table

1, line 25) 10,244 11,223 11,649

29 Freight 6,971 8,112 8,384

30 Port services 3,273 3,111 3,265

31 Royalties and license fees

(table 1, line 26) 4,426 4,505 4,950

32 Affiliated 3,534 3,588 4,016

33 U.S. parents’ payments 638 657 660

34 U.S. affiliates’ payments 2,896 2,931 3,356

35 Unaffiliated 892 917 934

36 Industrial processes (1) 502 502 504

37 Other (2) 391 415 430

38 Other private services (table

1, line 27) 20,306 20,734 21,522

39 Affiliated services 8,449 8,337 8,479

40 U.S. parents’ payments 4,149 4,650 4,746

41 U.S. affiliates’ payments 4,300 3,687 3,733

42 Unaffiliated services 11,857 12,397 13,043

43 Education 622 785 1,001

44 Financial services 1,017 1,023 1,085

45 Insurance services 6,301 6,545 6,760

46 Telecommunications 1,047 1,060 1,072

47 Business, professional,

and technical services 2,677 2,783 2,924

48 Other unaffiliated

services (3) 194 202 201

Supplemental detail on

insurance transactions:

49 Premiums received (4) 3,637 3,870 4,058

50 Actual losses paid 2,583 2,783 2,888

51 Premiums paid (4) 13,517 14,123 14,703

52 Actual losses recovered 8,771 8,880 8,774

Memoranda:

53 Balance on goods (table 1,

line 71) -125,458 -133,303 -146,441

54 Balance on private services

(line 1 minus line 25) 18,052 12,446 16,438

55 Balance on goods and private

services (lines 53 and 54) -107,406 -120,857 -130,003

Not seasonally adjusted

2003 2004

Line IV I II

1 Exports of private services 79,055 77,554 79,178

2 Travel (table 1, line 6) 17,129 16,042 18,817

3 Passenger fares (table 1,

line 7) 4,238 4,224 4,577

4 Other transportation (table

1, line 8) 8,338 8,562 9,200

5 Freight 3,736 3,863 4,013

6 Port services 4,602 4,699 5,187

7 Royalties and license fees

(table 1, line 9) 13,375 12,244 12,408

8 Affiliated 10,206 8,930 9,202

9 U.S. parents’ receipts 9,073 8,318 8,433

10 U.S. affiliates’ receipts 1,133 612 769

11 Unaffiliated 3,169 3,314 3,206

12 Industrial processes (1) 1,246 1,415 1,266

13 Other (2) 1,924 1,898 1,940

14 Other private services (table

1, line 10) 35,975 36,482 34,176

15 Affiliated services 13,979 11,342 12,677

16 U.S. parents’ receipts 7,970 6,625 6,890

17 U.S. affiliates’ receipts 6,009 4,717 5,787

18 Unaffiliated services 21,996 25,140 21,499

19 Education 2,473 5,571 1,677

20 Financial services 4,960 5,103 5,362

21 Insurance services 1,528 1,479 1,502

22 Telecommunications 1,152 1,123 1,112

23 Business, professional,

and technical services 8,148 8,171 8,124

24 Other unaffiliated

services (3) 3,733 3,693 3,723

25 Imports of private services 58,661 58,702 66,598

26 Travel (table 1, line 23) 13,435 13,498 18,376

27 Passenger fares (table 1,

line 24) 4,949 5,335 6,246

28 Other transportation (table

1, line 25) 11,589 12,351 13,289

29 Freight 8,305 8,926 9,628

30 Port services 3,284 3,425 3,661

31 Royalties and license fees

(table 1, line 26) 5,509 5,184 5,462

32 Affiliated 4,545 4,040 4,334

33 U.S. parents’ payments 713 687 692

34 U.S. affiliates’ payments 3,832 3,353 3,642

35 Unaffiliated 964 1,144 1,128

36 Industrial processes (1) 527 676 627

37 Other (2) 437 467 501

38 Other private services (table

1, line 27) 23,179 22,334 23,225

39 Affiliated services 10,047 8,988 9,630

40 U.S. parents’ payments 5,447 4,998 5,241

41 U.S. affiliates’ payments 4,600 3,990 4,389

42 Unaffiliated services 13,132 13,346 13,595

43 Education 777 701 866

44 Financial services 1,107 1,175 1,173

45 Insurance services 6,954 7,097 7,319

46 Telecommunications 1,080 1,146 1,065

47 Business, professional,

and technical services 3,010 3,047 2,960

48 Other unaffiliated

services (3) 204 181 212

Supplemental detail on

insurance transactions:

49 Premiums received (4) 4,203 4,340 4,271

50 Actual losses paid 2,892 2,818 2,740

51 Premiums paid (4) 15,263 15,963 16,314

52 Actual losses recovered 8,528 8,145 7,848

Memoranda:

53 Balance on goods (table 1,

line 71) -142,094 -139,280 -162,375

54 Balance on private services

(line 1 minus line 25) 20,394 18,852 12,580

55 Balance on goods and private

services (lines 53 and 54) -121,700 -120,428 -149,795

Not seasonally adjusted

2004 2005

Line III IV I (p)

1 Exports of private services 84,947 86,598 87,644

2 Travel (table 1, line 6) 21,452 18,170 17,829

3 Passenger fares (table 1,

line 7) 5,387 4,670 4,792

4 Other transportation (table

1, line 8) 9,327 9,773 9,761

5 Freight 3,771 4,167 4,151

6 Port services 5,556 5,606 5,610

7 Royalties and license fees

(table 1, line 9) 12,589 15,402 14,738

8 Affiliated 9,225 11,667 11,147

9 U.S. parents’ receipts 8,612 9,721 9,322

10 U.S. affiliates’ receipts 613 1,946 1,825

11 Unaffiliated 3,364 3,735 3,591

12 Industrial processes (1) 1,477 1,401 1,501

13 Other (2) 1,888 2,333 2,090

14 Other private services (table

1, line 10) 36,192 38,583 40,524

15 Affiliated services 12,602 14,018 13,645

16 U.S. parents’ receipts 6,932 7,817 7,525

17 U.S. affiliates’ receipts 5,670 6,201 6,120

18 Unaffiliated services 23,590 24,565 26,879

19 Education 3,746 2,530 5,817

20 Financial services 5,084 6,348 5,748

21 Insurance services 1,539 1,606 1,689

22 Telecommunications 1,094 1,045 1,026

23 Business, professional,

and technical services 8,415 9,064 8,831

24 Other unaffiliated

services (3) 3,713 3,972 3,769

25 Imports of private services 70,201 67,571 66,105

26 Travel (table 1, line 23) 19,269 14,492 14,653

27 Passenger fares (table 1,

line 24) 6,458 5,662 5,841

28 Other transportation (table

1, line 25) 13,946 14,583 14,260

29 Freight 10,088 10,583 10,388

30 Port services 3,858 4,000 3,872

31 Royalties and license fees

(table 1, line 26) 6,530 6,725 6,129

32 Affiliated 4,665 5,711 5,007

33 U.S. parents’ payments 700 834 821

34 U.S. affiliates’ payments 3,965 4,877 4,186

35 Unaffiliated 1,865 1,014 1,122

36 Industrial processes (1) 656 594 658

37 Other (2) 1,209 420 464

38 Other private services (table

1, line 27) 23,998 26,109 25,222

39 Affiliated services 9,574 11,254 10,083

40 U.S. parents’ payments 5,211 6,180 5,505

41 U.S. affiliates’ payments 4,363 5,074 4,578

42 Unaffiliated services 14,424 14,855 15,139

43 Education 1,095 863 778

44 Financial services 1,225 1,395 1,435

45 Insurance services 7,581 7,885 8,242

46 Telecommunications 1,097 1,057 1,036

47 Business, professional,

and technical services 3,102 3,411 3,382

48 Other unaffiliated

services (3) 324 245 266

Supplemental detail on

insurance transactions:

49 Premiums received (4) 4,950 4,413 4,855

50 Actual losses paid 2,689 2,689 2,737

51 Premiums paid (4) 16,034 18,794 18,569

52 Actual losses recovered 11,364 7,682 7,822

Memoranda:

53 Balance on goods (table 1,

line 71) -178,578 -185,157 -169,787

54 Balance on private services

(line 1 minus line 25) 14,746 19,027 21,539

55 Balance on goods and private

services (lines 53 and 54) -163,832 -166,130 -148,248

Seasonally adjusted

2003

Line I II III

1 Exports of private services 72,133 70,668 74,144

2 Travel (table 1, line 6) 15,810 14,337 16,181

3 Passenger fares (table 1,

line 7) 3,825 3,522 4,036

4 Other transportation (table

1, line 8) 7,558 7,653 7,816

5 Freight 3,297 3,560 3,494

6 Port services 4,261 4,093 4,322

7 Royalties and license fees

(table 1, line 9) 11,619 11,845 12,096

8 Affiliated 8,640 8,825 9,012

9 U.S. parents’ receipts 7,783 8,060 8,099

10 U.S. affiliates’ receipts 857 765 913

11 Unaffiliated 2,979 3,020 3,084

12 Industrial processes (1) 1,074 1,125 1,183

13 Other (2) 1,904 1,896 1,901

14 Other private services (table

1, line 10) 33,321 33,311 34,015

15 Affiliated services 11,645 11,384 11,647

16 U.S. parents’ receipts 6,392 6,608 6,640

17 U.S. affiliates’ receipts 5,253 4,776 5,007

18 Unaffiliated services 21,676 21,927 22,368

19 Education 3,300 3,332 3,340

20 Financial services 4,742 4,595 4,784

21 Insurance services 1,389 1,461 1,501

22 Telecommunications 1,082 1,131 1,149

23 Business, professional,

and technical services 7,554 7,831 7,940

24 Other unaffiliated

services (3) 3,609 3,578 3,654

25 Imports of private services 55,572 54,632 58,106

26 Travel (table 1, line 23) 14,493 12,989 14,638

27 Passenger fares (table 1,

line 24) 5,007 4,875 5,512

28 Other transportation (table

1, line 25) 10,791 11,089 11,294

29 Freight 7,368 8,023 8,155

30 Port services 3,423 3,066 3,139

31 Royalties and license fees

(table 1, line 26) 4,598 4,718 5,012

32 Affiliated 3,706 3,801 4,078

33 U.S. parents’ payments 638 657 660

34 U.S. affiliates’ payments 3,068 3,144 3,418

35 Unaffiliated 892 917 934

36 Industrial processes (1) 502 502 504

37 Other (2) 391 415 430

38 Other private services (table

1, line 27) 20,683 20,961 21,650

39 Affiliated services 8,687 8,564 8,799

40 U.S. parents’ payments 4,398 4,716 4,826

41 U.S. affiliates’ payments 4,289 3,848 3,973

42 Unaffiliated services 11,996 12,397 12,851

43 Education 761 785 809

44 Financial services 1,017 1,023 1,085

45 Insurance services 6,301 6,545 6,760

46 Telecommunications 1,047 1,060 1,072

47 Business, professional,

and technical services 2,677 2,783 2,924

48 Other unaffiliated

services (3) 194 202 201

Supplemental detail on

insurance transactions:

49 Premiums received (4) 3,637 3,870 4,058

50 Actual losses paid 2,583 2,783 2,888

51 Premiums paid (4) 13,517 14,123 14,703

52 Actual losses recovered 8,771 8,880 8,774

Memoranda:

53 Balance on goods (table 1,

line 71) -137,861 -135,067 -135,290

54 Balance on private services

(line 1 minus line 25) 16,561 16,036 16,038

55 Balance on goods and private

services (lines 53 and 54) -121,300 -119,031 -119,252

Seasonally adjusted

2003 2004

Line IV I II

1 Exports of private services 78,624 79,207 81,065

2 Travel (table 1, line 6) 18,020 17,900 18,675

3 Passenger fares (table 1,

line 7) 4,310 4,521 4,654

4 Other transportation (table

1, line 8) 8,302 8,907 9,188

5 Freight 3,686 3,919 3,955

6 Port services 4,616 4,988 5,233

7 Royalties and license fees

(table 1, line 9) 12,580 12,677 12,573

8 Affiliated 9,411 9,363 9,367

9 U.S. parents’ receipts 8,524 8,582 8,481

10 U.S. affiliates’ receipts 887 781 886

11 Unaffiliated 3,169 3,314 3,206

12 Industrial processes (1) 1,246 1,415 1,266

13 Other (2) 1,924 1,898 1,940

14 Other private services (table

1, line 10) 35,412 35,202 35,975

15 Affiliated services 12,627 12,284 12,784

16 U.S. parents’ receipts 7,320 7,001 6,958

17 U.S. affiliates’ receipts 5,307 5,283 5,826

18 Unaffiliated services 22,785 22,918 23,191

19 Education 3,289 3,349 3,369

20 Financial services 4,960 5,103 5,362

21 Insurance services 1,528 1,479 1,502

22 Telecommunications 1,152 1,123 1,112

23 Business, professional,

and technical services 8,148 8,171 8,124

24 Other unaffiliated

services (3) 3,707 3,692 3,722

25 Imports of private services 59,924 62,723 64,754

26 Travel (table 1, line 23) 15,324 15,886 16,491

27 Passenger fares (table 1,

line 24) 5,563 5,740 5,882

28 Other transportation (table

1, line 25) 11,531 12,914 13,158

29 Freight 8,226 9,364 9,498

30 Port services 3,305 3,550 3,660

31 Royalties and license fees

(table 1, line 26) 5,062 5,407 5,731

32 Affiliated 4,098 4,263 4,603

33 U.S. parents’ payments 713 687 692

34 U.S. affiliates’ payments 3,385 3,576 3,911

35 Unaffiliated 964 1,144 1,128

36 Industrial processes (1) 527 676 627

37 Other (2) 437 467 501

38 Other private services (table

1, line 27) 22,444 22,776 23,492

39 Affiliated services 9,260 9,279 9,895

40 U.S. parents’ payments 5,051 5,298 5,316

41 U.S. affiliates’ payments 4,209 3,981 4,579

42 Unaffiliated services 13,184 13,497 13,597

43 Education 829 852 868

44 Financial services 1,107 1,175 1,173

45 Insurance services 6,954 7,097 7,319

46 Telecommunications 1,080 1,146 1,065

47 Business, professional,

and technical services 3,010 3,047 2,960

48 Other unaffiliated

services (3) 204 181 212

Supplemental detail on

insurance transactions:

49 Premiums received (4) 4,203 4,340 4,271

50 Actual losses paid 2,892 2,818 2,740

51 Premiums paid (4) 15,263 15,963 16,314

52 Actual losses recovered 8,528 8,145 7,848

Memoranda:

53 Balance on goods (table 1,

line 71) -139,078 -151,452 -163,987

54 Balance on private services

(line 1 minus line 25) 18,700 16,484 16,311

55 Balance on goods and private

services (lines 53 and 54) -120,378 -134,968 -147,676

Seasonally adjusted

2004 2005

Line III IV I (p)

1 Exports of private services 81,760 86,246 89,119

2 Travel (table 1, line 6) 18,686 19,220 20,064

3 Passenger fares (table 1,

line 7) 4,909 4,774 5,129

4 Other transportation (table

1, line 8) 9,124 9,643 10,132

5 Freight 3,800 4,140 4,212

6 Port services 5,324 5,503 5,920

7 Royalties and license fees

(table 1, line 9) 12,947 14,446 14,913

8 Affiliated 9,583 10,711 11,322

9 U.S. parents’ receipts 8,920 9,102 9,599

10 U.S. affiliates’ receipts 663 1,609 1,723

11 Unaffiliated 3,364 3,735 3,591

12 Industrial processes (1) 1,477 1,401 1,501

13 Other (2) 1,888 2,333 2,090

14 Other private services (table

1, line 10) 36,094 38,163 38,881

15 Affiliated services 12,858 12,714 14,251

16 U.S. parents’ receipts 7,150 7,155 7,961

17 U.S. affiliates’ receipts 5,708 5,559 6,290

18 Unaffiliated services 23,236 25,449 24,630

19 Education 3,392 3,413 3,494

20 Financial services 5,084 6,348 5,748

21 Insurance services 1,539 1,606 1,689

22 Telecommunications 1,094 1,045 1,026

23 Business, professional,

and technical services 8,415 9,064 8,831

24 Other unaffiliated

services (3) 3,712 3,974 3,843

25 Imports of private services 66,854 68,739 70,699

26 Travel (table 1, line 23) 16,603 16,655 16,989

27 Passenger fares (table 1,

line 24) 5,896 6,183 6,313

28 Other transportation (table

1, line 25) 13,614 14,483 15,266

29 Freight 9,868 10,495 11,091

30 Port services 3,746 3,988 4,175

31 Royalties and license fees

(table 1, line 26) 6,591 6,172 6,400

32 Affiliated 4,726 5,158 5,278

33 U.S. parents’ payments 700 834 821

34 U.S. affiliates’ payments 4,026 4,324 4,457

35 Unaffiliated 1,865 1,014 1,122

36 Industrial processes (1) 656 594 658

37 Other (2) 1,209 420 464

38 Other private services (table

1, line 27) 24,150 25,246 25,731

39 Affiliated services 9,932 10,338 10,428

40 U.S. parents’ payments 5,302 5,713 5,835

41 U.S. affiliates’ payments 4,630 4,625 4,593

42 Unaffiliated services 14,218 14,908 15,303

43 Education 889 916 942

44 Financial services 1,225 1,395 1,435

45 Insurance services 7,581 7,885 8,242

46 Telecommunications 1,097 1,057 1,036

47 Business, professional,

and technical services 3,102 3,411 3,382

48 Other unaffiliated

services (3) 324 245 266

Supplemental detail on

insurance transactions:

49 Premiums received (4) 4,950 4,413 4,855

50 Actual losses paid 2,689 2,689 2,737

51 Premiums paid (4) 16,034 18,794 18,569

52 Actual losses recovered 11,364 7,682 7,822

Memoranda:

53 Balance on goods (table 1,

line 71) -167,775 -182,176 -186,329

54 Balance on private services

(line 1 minus line 25) 14,906 17,507 18,420

55 Balance on goods and private

services (lines 53 and 54) -152,869 -164,669 -167,909

Table 4. U.S. Official Reserve Assets and Foreign Official

Assets in the United States

[Millions of dollars]

(Credits +; decrease in U.S. assets

or increase in foreign assets.

Debits-; increase in U.S. assets or

Line decrease in foreign assets.) 2002 2003

A1 U.S. official reserve assets, net

(table 1, line 41) -3,681 1,523

2 Gold (table 1, line 42) … …

3 Special drawing rights (table 1,

line 43) -475 601

4 Reserve position in the

International Monetary Fund

(table 1, line 44) -2,632 1,494

5 Foreign currencies (table 1,

line 45) -574 -572

B1 Foreign official assets in the

United States, net (table 1,

line 56) 115,945 278,275

By instrument:

2 U.S. Treasury securities

(table 1, line 58) 60,466 184,931

3 Bills and certificates 28,725 21,588

4 Bonds and notes, marketable 32,384 163,498

5 Bonds and notes,

nonmarketable -643 -155

6 Other U.S. Government

securities (table 1, line 59) 30,505 39,943

7 Other U.S. Government

liabilities (table 1, line

60) 137 -517

8 U.S. liabilities reported by

U.S. banks, not included

elsewhere (table 1,

line 61) 21,221 48,643

9 Banks’ liabilities for own

account (1) 10,060 27,318

10 Repurchase agreements … 28,558

11 Deposits and brokerage

balances (2) -1,935 3,361

12 Other liabilities 11,995 -4,601

13 Banks’ customers’

liabilities (1) 11,161 21,325

14 Negotiable certificates of

deposit and other

short-term instruments 12,167 18,940

15 Other liabilities -1,006 2,385

16 Other foreign official assets

(table 1, line 62) 3,616 5,275

By area:

17 Europe 25,166 8,096

18 Canada -2,292 -1,860

19 Latin America and Caribbean -5,873 15,894

20 Asia 94,830 251,493

21 Africa -130 1,082

22 Other 4,244 3,570

Not

seasonally

adjusted

2003

(Credits +; decrease in U.S. assets

or increase in foreign assets.

Debits-; increase in U.S. assets or

Line decrease in foreign assets.) 2004 I

A1 U.S. official reserve assets, net

(table 1, line 41) 2,805 83

2 Gold (table 1, line 42) … …

3 Special drawing rights (table 1,

line 43) -398 897

4 Reserve position in the

International Monetary Fund

(table 1, line 44) 3,826 -644

5 Foreign currencies (table 1,

line 45) -623 -170

B1 Foreign official assets in the

United States, net (table 1,

line 56) 394,710 50,622

By instrument:

2 U.S. Treasury securities

(table 1, line 58) 272,648 30,277

3 Bills and certificates 16,814 16,818

4 Bonds and notes, marketable 256,816 13,406

5 Bonds and notes,

nonmarketable -982 53

6 Other U.S. Government

securities (table 1, line 59) 38,485 11,184

7 Other U.S. Government

liabilities (table 1, line

60) 488 -407

8 U.S. liabilities reported by

U.S. banks, not included

elsewhere (table 1,

line 61) 70,329 8,315

9 Banks’ liabilities for own

account (1) 28,875 5,660

10 Repurchase agreements 23,376 6,125

11 Deposits and brokerage

balances (2) 3,509 4,298

12 Other liabilities 1,990 -4,763

13 Banks’ customers’

liabilities (1) 41,454 2,655

14 Negotiable certificates of

deposit and other

short-term instruments 42,197 1,808

15 Other liabilities -743 847

16 Other foreign official assets

(table 1, line 62) 12,760 1,253

By area:

17 Europe 43,646 8,749

18 Canada 1,672 -978

19 Latin America and Caribbean 24,412 3,339

20 Asia 313,359 42,188

21 Africa 2,782 -171

22 Other 8,839 -2,505

Not seasonally

adjusted

2003

(Credits +; decrease in U.S. assets

or increase in foreign assets.

Debits-; increase in U.S. assets or

Line decrease in foreign assets.) II III

A1 U.S. official reserve assets, net

(table 1, line 41) -170 -611

2 Gold (table 1, line 42) … …

3 Special drawing rights (table 1,

line 43) -102 -97

4 Reserve position in the

International Monetary Fund

(table 1, line 44) 86 -383

5 Foreign currencies (table 1,

line 45) -154 -131

B1 Foreign official assets in the

United States, net (table 1,

line 56) 66,889 64,595

By instrument:

2 U.S. Treasury securities

(table 1, line 58) 42,668 33,935

3 Bills and certificates 3,763 -3,107

4 Bonds and notes, marketable 38,850 36,986

5 Bonds and notes,

nonmarketable 55 56

6 Other U.S. Government

securities (table 1, line 59) 4,882 7,458

7 Other U.S. Government

liabilities (table 1, line

60) -5 -118

8 U.S. liabilities reported by

U.S. banks, not included

elsewhere (table 1,

line 61) 18,593 21,981

9 Banks’ liabilities for own

account (1) 8,173 15,269

10 Repurchase agreements 4,668 16,709

11 Deposits and brokerage

balances (2) 613 -2,896

12 Other liabilities 2,892 1,456

13 Banks’ customers’

liabilities (1) 10,420 6,712

14 Negotiable certificates of

deposit and other

short-term instruments 6,238 5,111

15 Other liabilities 4,182 1,601

16 Other foreign official assets

(table 1, line 62) 751 1,339

By area:

17 Europe 3,114 1,550

18 Canada -163 412

19 Latin America and Caribbean 7,996 2,912

20 Asia 51,142 61,840

21 Africa 636 -654

22 Other 4,164 -1,465

Not seasonally

adjusted

2003 2004

(Credits +; decrease in U.S. assets

or increase in foreign assets.

Debits-; increase in U.S. assets or

Line decrease in foreign assets.) IV I

A1 U.S. official reserve assets, net

(table 1, line 41) 2,221 557

2 Gold (table 1, line 42) … …

3 Special drawing rights (table 1,

line 43) -97 -100

4 Reserve position in the

International Monetary Fund

(table 1, line 44) 2,435 815

5 Foreign currencies (table 1,

line 45) -117 -158

B1 Foreign official assets in the

United States, net (table 1,

line 56) 96,169 147,401

By instrument:

2 U.S. Treasury securities

(table 1, line 58) 78,051 112,586

3 Bills and certificates 4,114 19,861

4 Bonds and notes, marketable 74,256 93,798

5 Bonds and notes,

nonmarketable -319 -1,073

6 Other U.S. Government

securities (table 1, line 59) 16,419 11,424

7 Other U.S. Government

liabilities (table 1, line

60) 13 -109

8 U.S. liabilities reported by

U.S. banks, not included

elsewhere (table 1,

line 61) -246 22,058

9 Banks’ liabilities for own

account (1) -1,784 8,148

10 Repurchase agreements 1,056 1,855

11 Deposits and brokerage

balances (2) 1,346 1,079

12 Other liabilities -4,186 5,214

13 Banks’ customers’

liabilities (1) 1,538 13,910

14 Negotiable certificates of

deposit and other

short-term instruments 5,783 16,018

15 Other liabilities -4,245 -2,108

16 Other foreign official assets

(table 1, line 62) 1,932 1,442

By area:

17 Europe -5,317 4,596

18 Canada -1,131 1,572

19 Latin America and Caribbean 1,647 7,562

20 Asia 96,323 133,313

21 Africa 1,271 1,431

22 Other 3,376 -1,073

Not seasonally

adjusted

2004

(Credits +; decrease in U.S. assets

or increase in foreign assets.

Debits-; increase in U.S. assets or

Line decrease in foreign assets.) II III

A1 U.S. official reserve assets, net

(table 1, line 41) 1,122 429

2 Gold (table 1, line 42) … …

3 Special drawing rights (table 1,

line 43) -90 -98

4 Reserve position in the

International Monetary Fund

(table 1, line 44) 1,345 676

5 Foreign currencies (table 1,

line 45) -133 -149

B1 Foreign official assets in the

United States, net (table 1,

line 56) 77,039 75,792

By instrument:

2 U.S. Treasury securities

(table 1, line 58) 62,977 55,357

3 Bills and certificates 1,383 10,918

4 Bonds and notes, marketable 61,564 44,409

5 Bonds and notes,

nonmarketable 30 30

6 Other U.S. Government

securities (table 1, line 59) 479 11,542

7 Other U.S. Government

liabilities (table 1, line

60) 45 710

8 U.S. liabilities reported by

U.S. banks, not included

elsewhere (table 1,

line 61) 11,350 4,867

9 Banks’ liabilities for own

account (1) 15,579 -78

10 Repurchase agreements 18,609 6,428

11 Deposits and brokerage

balances (2) 3,467 -5,098

12 Other liabilities -6,497 -1,408

13 Banks’ customers’

liabilities (1) -4,229 4,945

14 Negotiable certificates of

deposit and other

short-term instruments -6,388 6,245

15 Other liabilities 2,159 -1,300

16 Other foreign official assets

(table 1, line 62) 2,188 3,316

By area:

17 Europe 22,823 4,826

18 Canada -114 1,024

19 Latin America and Caribbean 9,078 3,841

20 Asia 46,802 65,975

21 Africa 730 1,423

22 Other -2,280 -1,297

Not seasonally

adjusted

2004 2005

(Credits +; decrease in U.S. assets

or increase in foreign assets.

Debits-; increase in U.S. assets or

Line decrease in foreign assets.) IV I (p)

A1 U.S. official reserve assets, net

(table 1, line 41) 697 5,331

2 Gold (table 1, line 42) … …

3 Special drawing rights (table 1,

line 43) -110 1,713

4 Reserve position in the

International Monetary Fund

(table 1, line 44) 990 3,763

5 Foreign currencies (table 1,

line 45) -183 -145

B1 Foreign official assets in the

United States, net (table 1,

line 56) 94,478 24,730

By instrument:

2 U.S. Treasury securities

(table 1, line 58) 41,728 15,240

3 Bills and certificates -15,348 -8,420

4 Bonds and notes, marketable 57,045 23,629

5 Bonds and notes,

nonmarketable 31 31

6 Other U.S. Government

securities (table 1, line 59) 15,040 24,927

7 Other U.S. Government

liabilities (table 1, line

60) -158 -675

8 U.S. liabilities reported by

U.S. banks, not included

elsewhere (table 1,

line 61) 32,054 -17,281

9 Banks’ liabilities for own

account (1) 5,226 -254

10 Repurchase agreements -3,516 -2,917

11 Deposits and brokerage

balances (2) 4,061 4,220

12 Other liabilities 4,681 -1,557

13 Banks’ customers’

liabilities (1) 26,828 -17,027

14 Negotiable certificates of

deposit and other

short-term instruments 26,322 -15,693

15 Other liabilities 506 -1,334

16 Other foreign official assets

(table 1, line 62) 5,814 2,519

By area:

17 Europe 11,401 -6,829

18 Canada -810 -672

19 Latin America and Caribbean 3,931 -1,150

20 Asia 67,269 32,610

21 Africa -802 2,436

22 Other 13,489 -1,665

(Credits +; decrease in U.S. assets Amounts

or increase in foreign assets. Outstanding

Debits-; increase in U.S. assets or March 31,

Line decrease in foreign assets.) 2005

A1 U.S. official reserve assets, net

(table 1, line 41) 179,441

2 Gold (table 1, line 42) 111,792

3 Special drawing rights (table 1,

line 43) 11,565

4 Reserve position in the

International Monetary Fund

(table 1, line 44) 15,276

5 Foreign currencies (table 1,

line 45) 40,808

B1 Foreign official assets in the

United States, net (table 1,

line 56) 1,982,920

By instrument:

2 U.S. Treasury securities

(table 1, line 58) 1,260,706

3 Bills and certificates 236,153

4 Bonds and notes, marketable 1,022,954

5 Bonds and notes,

nonmarketable 1,599

6 Other U.S. Government

securities (table 1, line 59) 260,355

7 Other U.S. Government

liabilities (table 1, line

60) 16,440

8 U.S. liabilities reported by

U.S. banks, not included

elsewhere (table 1,

line 61) 254,190

9 Banks’ liabilities for own

account (1) 146,358

10 Repurchase agreements 108,126

11 Deposits and brokerage

balances (2) 31,937

12 Other liabilities 6,295

13 Banks’ customers’

liabilities (1) 107,832

14 Negotiable certificates of

deposit and other

short-term instruments 107,460

15 Other liabilities 372

16 Other foreign official assets

(table 1, line 62) 191,229

By area:

17 Europe 353,867

18 Canada 7,329

19 Latin America and Caribbean 111,745

20 Asia 1,462,175

21 Africa 17,909

22 Other -161,334

Table 5. Selected U.S. Government Transactions

[Millions of dollars]

Line 2002 2003

A1 U.S. Government grants and transactions

increasing Government assets, total 22,646 31,165

By category

2 Grants, net 17,290 23,721

3 U.S. Government current grants, net (table

1, line 36, with sign reversed) 17,097 21,834

4 Financing military purchases (1) 5,818 6,333

5 Other grants 11,279 15,502

6 Cash contributions received from

coalition partners for Persian Gulf

operations … …

7 Debt forgiveness (table 1, part of line

39, with sign reversed) 193 1,886

8 Credits and other long-term assets (table 1,

line 47, with sign reversed) 5,251 7,279

9 Capital subscriptions and contributions to

international financial institutions,

excluding IMF 1,485 1,434

10 Credits repayable in U.S. dollars 3,765 5,845

11 Credits repayable in other than U.S.

dollars 2 …

12 Other long-term assets … …

13 Foreign currency holdings and short-term

assets, net (table 1, line 49 with sign

reversed) 105 165

14 Foreign currency holdings (excluding

administrative cash holdings), net 6 6

Receipts from:

15 Sales of agricultural commodities … …

16 Interest 1 4

17 Repayments of principal 5 1

18 Reverse grants … …

19 Other sources … …

Less currencies disbursed for:

20 Grants and credits in the recipient’s

currency … …

21 Other grants and credits … …

22 Other U.S. Government expenditures (*) …

23 Assets acquired in performance of U.S.

Government guarantee and insurance

obligations, net 73 181

24 Other assets held under Commodity Credit

Corporation Charter Act, net … …

25 Assets financing military sales contracts,

net (2) … …

26 Other short-term assets (including changes

in administrative cash holdings), net 27 -22

By program

27 Capital subscriptions and contributions to

international financial institutions,

excluding IMF 1,485 1,434

28 Under Agricultural Trade Development and

Assistance Act and related programs 2,426 2,661

29 Under Foreign Assistance Act and related

programs 15,663 22,420

30 Under Export-Import Bank Act 1,460 3,316

31 Under Commodity Credit Corporation Charter

Act 352 97

32 Under other grant and credit programs 1,227 1,253

33 Other foreign currency assets acquired

(lines A16, A17, and A19) 8 6

34 Less foreign currencies used by U.S.

Government other than for grants or

credits (line A22) (*) …

35 Other (including changes in administrative

cash holdings), net 27 -22

By disposition (3)

36 Estimated transactions involving no direct

dollar outflow from the United States 16,959 24,294

37 Expenditures on U.S. goods 7,298 9,008

38 Expenditures on U.S. services (4) 4,591 7,747

39 Financing of military sales contracts by

U.S. Government (5) (line C6) 2,361 2,501

40 By long-term credits 328 180

41 By short-term credits (1) … …

42 By grants (1) 2,033 2,321

43 U.S. Government grants and credits to

repay prior U.S. Government credits

(1) (4) 2,417 4,567

44 U.S. Government long- and short-term

credits to repay prior U.S. private

credits (6) and other assets 321 529

45 Increase in liabilities associated with

U.S. Government grants and transactions

increasing Government assets

(including changes in retained

accounts) (7) (line C11) … …

46 Less receipts on short-term U.S.

Government assets (a) financing

military sales contracts (1) (b)

financing repayment of private credits

and other assets, and (c) financing

expenditures on U.S. goods 28 57

47 Less foreign currencies used by U.S.

Government other than for grants or

credits (line A22) (*) …

48 Estimated dollar payments to foreign

countries and international financial

institutions 5,688 6,871

B1 Repayments on U.S. Government long-term

assets, total (table 1, line 48) 5,701 7,981

2 Receipts of principal on U.S. Government

credits 5,700 7,981

3 Under Agricultural Trade Development and

Assistance Act and related programs 1,650 1,640

4 Under Foreign Assistance Act and related

programs 1,718 3,417

5 Under Export-Import Bank Act 1,695 2,520

6 Under Commodity Credit Corporation

Charter Act 561 328

7 Under other credit programs 76 76

8 Receipts on other long-term assets … …

C1 U.S. Government liabilities other than

securities, total, net increase (+)

(table 1, line 60) 137 -517

2 Associated with military sales contracts

(2) 113 -544

3 U.S. Government cash receipts from

foreign governments (including

principal repayments on credits

financing military sales contracts),

net of refunds (1) 10,024 10,321

4 Less U.S. Government receipts from

principal repayments 916 796

5 Less U.S. Treasury securities issued in

connection with prepayments for

military purchases in the United States -586 -199

6 Plus financing of military sales

contracts by U.S. Government (5)

(line A39) 2,361 2,501

7 By long-term credits 328 180

8 By short-term credits (1) … …

9 By grants (1) 2,033 2,321

10 Less transfers of goods and services

(including transfers financed by

grants for military purchases, and

by credits) (1) (2) (table 1, line 5). 11,942 12,769

11 Associated with U.S. Government grants and

transactions increasing Government assets

(including changes in retained accounts)

(7) (line A45) … …

12 Associated with other liabilities 24 27

13 Sales of nuclear material by Department

of Energy/U.S. Enrichment

Corporation (8) … …

14 Sales of space launch and other services

by National Aeronautics and Space

Administration 11 33

15 Other sales and miscellaneous operations 14 -6

Not

seaso-

nally

adjus-

ted

2003

Line 2004 I

A1 U.S. Government grants and transactions

increasing Government assets, total 26,485 8,315

By category

2 Grants, net 23,480 5,923

3 U.S. Government current grants, net (table

1, line 36, with sign reversed) 23,317 5,826

4 Financing military purchases (1) 6,316 2,972

5 Other grants 17,001 2,854

6 Cash contributions received from

coalition partners for Persian Gulf

operations … …

7 Debt forgiveness (table 1, part of line

39, with sign reversed) 163 97

8 Credits and other long-term assets (table 1,

line 47, with sign reversed) 3,044 2,428

9 Capital subscriptions and contributions to

international financial institutions,

excluding IMF 1,993 378

10 Credits repayable in U.S. dollars 1,051 2,050

11 Credits repayable in other than U.S.

dollars … …

12 Other long-term assets … …

13 Foreign currency holdings and short-term

assets, net (table 1, line 49 with sign

reversed) -38 -36

14 Foreign currency holdings (excluding

administrative cash holdings), net 1 1

Receipts from:

15 Sales of agricultural commodities … …

16 Interest … (*)

17 Repayments of principal 1 (*)

18 Reverse grants … …

19 Other sources … …

Less currencies disbursed for:

20 Grants and credits in the recipient’s

currency … …

21 Other grants and credits … …

22 Other U.S. Government expenditures … …

23 Assets acquired in performance of U.S.

Government guarantee and insurance

obligations, net -29 -4

24 Other assets held under Commodity Credit

Corporation Charter Act, net … …

25 Assets financing military sales contracts,

net (2) … …

26 Other short-term assets (including changes

in administrative cash holdings), net -11 -33

By program

27 Capital subscriptions and contributions to

international financial institutions,

excluding IMF 1,993 378

28 Under Agricultural Trade Development and

Assistance Act and related programs 1,140 327

29 Under Foreign Assistance Act and related

programs 21,644 6,604

30 Under Export-Import Bank Act 273 753

31 Under Commodity Credit Corporation Charter

Act 133 17

32 Under other grant and credit programs 1,313 270

33 Other foreign currency assets acquired

(lines A16, A17, and A19) 1 1

34 Less foreign currencies used by U.S.

Government other than for grants or

credits (line A22) … …

35 Other (including changes in administrative

cash holdings), net -11 -33

By disposition (3)

36 Estimated transactions involving no direct

dollar outflow from the United States 17,524 6,949

37 Expenditures on U.S. goods 7,494 3,577

38 Expenditures on U.S. services (4) 6,840 1,240

39 Financing of military sales contracts by

U.S. Government (5) (line C6) 2,903 595

40 By long-term credits 124 10

41 By short-term credits (1) … …

42 By grants (1) 2,780 585

43 U.S. Government grants and credits to

repay prior U.S. Government credits

(1) (4) 201 1,379

44 U.S. Government long- and short-term

credits to repay prior U.S. private

credits (6) and other assets 149 179

45 Increase in liabilities associated with

U.S. Government grants and transactions

increasing Government assets

(including changes in retained

accounts) (7) (line C11) … …

46 Less receipts on short-term U.S.

Government assets (a) financing

military sales contracts (1) (b)

financing repayment of private credits

and other assets, and (c) financing

expenditures on U.S. goods 63 21

47 Less foreign currencies used by U.S.

Government other than for grants or

credits (line A22) … …

48 Estimated dollar payments to foreign

countries and international financial

institutions 8,961 1,365

B1 Repayments on U.S. Government long-term

assets, total (table 1, line 48) 4,221 2,445

2 Receipts of principal on U.S. Government

credits 4,220 2,445

3 Under Agricultural Trade Development and

Assistance Act and related programs 488 88

4 Under Foreign Assistance Act and related

programs 1,814 1,792

5 Under Export-Import Bank Act 1,446 440

6 Under Commodity Credit Corporation

Charter Act 390 125

7 Under other credit programs 83 …

8 Receipts on other long-term assets … …

C1 U.S. Government liabilities other than

securities, total, net increase (+)

(table 1, line 60) 488 -407

2 Associated with military sales contracts

(2) 489 -411

3 U.S. Government cash receipts from

foreign governments (including

principal repayments on credits

financing military sales contracts),

net of refunds (1) 13,938 3,079

4 Less U.S. Government receipts from

principal repayments 991 346

5 Less U.S. Treasury securities issued in

connection with prepayments for

military purchases in the United States 548 997

6 Plus financing of military sales

contracts by U.S. Government (5)

(line A39) 2,903 595

7 By long-term credits 124 10

8 By short-term credits (1) … …

9 By grants (1) 2,780 585

10 Less transfers of goods and services

(including transfers financed by

grants for military purchases, and

by credits) (1) (2) (table 1, line 5). 14,814 2,743

11 Associated with U.S. Government grants and

transactions increasing Government assets

(including changes in retained accounts)

(7) (line A45) … …

12 Associated with other liabilities -1 4

13 Sales of nuclear material by Department

of Energy/U.S. Enrichment

Corporation (8) … …

14 Sales of space launch and other services

by National Aeronautics and Space

Administration (*) 17

15 Other sales and miscellaneous operations … -13

Not seasonally

adjusted

2003

Line II III

A1 U.S. Government grants and transactions

increasing Government assets, total 8,787 7,497

By category

2 Grants, net 7,122 5,945

3 U.S. Government current grants, net (table

1, line 36, with sign reversed) 5,855 5,435

4 Financing military purchases (1) 1,665 500

5 Other grants 4,190 4,935

6 Cash contributions received from

coalition partners for Persian Gulf

operations … …

7 Debt forgiveness (table 1, part of line

39, with sign reversed) 1,267 509

8 Credits and other long-term assets (table 1,

line 47, with sign reversed) 1,591 1,532

9 Capital subscriptions and contributions to

international financial institutions,

excluding IMF 405 357

10 Credits repayable in U.S. dollars 1,186 1,175

11 Credits repayable in other than U.S.

dollars … …

12 Other long-term assets … …

13 Foreign currency holdings and short-term

assets, net (table 1, line 49 with sign

reversed) 74 20

14 Foreign currency holdings (excluding

administrative cash holdings), net … 5

Receipts from:

15 Sales of agricultural commodities … …

16 Interest … 4

17 Repayments of principal … 1

18 Reverse grants … …

19 Other sources … …

Less currencies disbursed for:

20 Grants and credits in the recipient’s

currency … …

21 Other grants and credits … …

22 Other U.S. Government expenditures … …

23 Assets acquired in performance of U.S.

Government guarantee and insurance

obligations, net 94 24

24 Other assets held under Commodity Credit

Corporation Charter Act, net … …

25 Assets financing military sales contracts,

net (2) … …

26 Other short-term assets (including changes

in administrative cash holdings), net -20 -9

By program

27 Capital subscriptions and contributions to

international financial institutions,

excluding IMF 405 357

28 Under Agricultural Trade Development and

Assistance Act and related programs 1,318 453

29 Under Foreign Assistance Act and related

programs 6,366 5,134

30 Under Export-Import Bank Act 429 1,159

31 Under Commodity Credit Corporation Charter

Act 5 39

32 Under other grant and credit programs 284 359

33 Other foreign currency assets acquired

(lines A16, A17, and A19) … 5

34 Less foreign currencies used by U.S.

Government other than for grants or

credits (line A22) … …

35 Other (including changes in administrative

cash holdings), net -20 -9

By disposition (3)

36 Estimated transactions involving no direct

dollar outflow from the United States 6,941 5,490

37 Expenditures on U.S. goods 2,730 1,376

38 Expenditures on U.S. services (4) 2,096 2,492

39 Financing of military sales contracts by

U.S. Government (5) (line C6) 497 556

40 By long-term credits 76 58

41 By short-term credits (1) … …

42 By grants (1) 420 498

43 U.S. Government grants and credits to

repay prior U.S. Government credits

(1) (4) 1,522 998

44 U.S. Government long- and short-term

credits to repay prior U.S. private

credits (6) and other assets 102 87

45 Increase in liabilities associated with

U.S. Government grants and transactions

increasing Government assets

(including changes in retained

accounts) (7) (line C11) … …

46 Less receipts on short-term U.S.

Government assets (a) financing

military sales contracts (1) (b)

financing repayment of private credits

and other assets, and (c) financing

expenditures on U.S. goods 4 19

47 Less foreign currencies used by U.S.

Government other than for grants or

credits (line A22) … …

48 Estimated dollar payments to foreign

countries and international financial

institutions 1,846 2,007

B1 Repayments on U.S. Government long-term

assets, total (table 1, line 48) 1,975 2,035

2 Receipts of principal on U.S. Government

credits 1,975 2,035

3 Under Agricultural Trade Development and

Assistance Act and related programs 1,023 141

4 Under Foreign Assistance Act and related

programs 591 724

5 Under Export-Import Bank Act 310 1,054

6 Under Commodity Credit Corporation

Charter Act 51 107

7 Under other credit programs … 9

8 Receipts on other long-term assets … …

C1 U.S. Government liabilities other than

securities, total, net increase (+)

(table 1, line 60) -5 -118

2 Associated with military sales contracts

(2) -24 -125

3 U.S. Government cash receipts from

foreign governments (including

principal repayments on credits

financing military sales contracts),

net of refunds (1) 1,969 2,445

4 Less U.S. Government receipts from

principal repayments 124 244

5 Less U.S. Treasury securities issued in

connection with prepayments for

military purchases in the United States -549 -647

6 Plus financing of military sales

contracts by U.S. Government (5)

(line A39) 497 556

7 By long-term credits 76 58

8 By short-term credits (1) … …

9 By grants (1) 420 498

10 Less transfers of goods and services

(including transfers financed by

grants for military purchases, and

by credits) (1) (2) (table 1, line 5). 2,915 3,529

11 Associated with U.S. Government grants and

transactions increasing Government assets

(including changes in retained accounts)

(7) (line A45) … …

12 Associated with other liabilities 19 7

13 Sales of nuclear material by Department

of Energy/U.S. Enrichment

Corporation (8) … …

14 Sales of space launch and other services

by National Aeronautics and Space

Administration 17 …

15 Other sales and miscellaneous operations 3 7

Not seasonally

adjusted

2003 2004

Line IV I

A1 U.S. Government grants and transactions

increasing Government assets, total 6,566 8,451

By category

2 Grants, net 4,731 7,804

3 U.S. Government current grants, net (table

1, line 36, with sign reversed) 4,718 7,744

4 Financing military purchases (1) 1,195 3,973

5 Other grants 3,523 3,772

6 Cash contributions received from

coalition partners for Persian Gulf

operations … …

7 Debt forgiveness (table 1, part of line

39, with sign reversed) 13 59

8 Credits and other long-term assets (table 1,

line 47, with sign reversed) 1,728 561

9 Capital subscriptions and contributions to

international financial institutions,

excluding IMF 294 342

10 Credits repayable in U.S. dollars 1,434 219

11 Credits repayable in other than U.S.

dollars … …

12 Other long-term assets … …

13 Foreign currency holdings and short-term

assets, net (table 1, line 49 with sign

reversed) 107 86

14 Foreign currency holdings (excluding

administrative cash holdings), net … …

Receipts from:

15 Sales of agricultural commodities … …

16 Interest … …

17 Repayments of principal … (*)

18 Reverse grants … …

19 Other sources … …

Less currencies disbursed for:

20 Grants and credits in the recipient’s

currency … …

21 Other grants and credits … …

22 Other U.S. Government expenditures … …

23 Assets acquired in performance of U.S.

Government guarantee and insurance

obligations, net 67 78

24 Other assets held under Commodity Credit

Corporation Charter Act, net … …

25 Assets financing military sales contracts,

net (2) … …

26 Other short-term assets (including changes

in administrative cash holdings), net 40 8

By program

27 Capital subscriptions and contributions to

international financial institutions,

excluding IMF 294 342

28 Under Agricultural Trade Development and

Assistance Act and related programs 564 306

29 Under Foreign Assistance Act and related

programs 4,316 7,444

30 Under Export-Import Bank Act 975 60

31 Under Commodity Credit Corporation Charter

Act 36 68

32 Under other grant and credit programs 341 224

33 Other foreign currency assets acquired

(lines A16, A17, and A19) … …

34 Less foreign currencies used by U.S.

Government other than for grants or

credits (line A22) … …

35 Other (including changes in administrative

cash holdings), net 40 8

By disposition (3)

36 Estimated transactions involving no direct

dollar outflow from the United States 4,914 6,733

37 Expenditures on U.S. goods 1,325 3,815

38 Expenditures on U.S. services (4) 1,919 1,632

39 Financing of military sales contracts by

U.S. Government (5) (line C6) 853 1,123

40 By long-term credits 36 …

41 By short-term credits (1) … …

42 By grants (1) 818 1,123

43 U.S. Government grants and credits to

repay prior U.S. Government credits

(1) (4) 668 82

44 U.S. Government long- and short-term

credits to repay prior U.S. private

credits (6) and other assets 162 71

45 Increase in liabilities associated with

U.S. Government grants and transactions

increasing Government assets

(including changes in retained

accounts) (7) (line C11) … …

46 Less receipts on short-term U.S.

Government assets (a) financing

military sales contracts (1) (b)

financing repayment of private credits

and other assets, and (c) financing

expenditures on U.S. goods 13 -11

47 Less foreign currencies used by U.S.

Government other than for grants or

credits (line A22) … …

48 Estimated dollar payments to foreign

countries and international financial

institutions 1,653 1,718

B1 Repayments on U.S. Government long-term

assets, total (table 1, line 48) 1,526 1,374

2 Receipts of principal on U.S. Government

credits 1,526 1,374

3 Under Agricultural Trade Development and

Assistance Act and related programs 388 55

4 Under Foreign Assistance Act and related

programs 310 795

5 Under Export-Import Bank Act 716 390

6 Under Commodity Credit Corporation

Charter Act 45 125

7 Under other credit programs 68 10

8 Receipts on other long-term assets (*) …

C1 U.S. Government liabilities other than

securities, total, net increase (+)

(table 1, line 60) 13 -109

2 Associated with military sales contracts

(2) 17 -111

3 U.S. Government cash receipts from

foreign governments (including

principal repayments on credits

financing military sales contracts),

net of refunds (1) 2,828 4,080

4 Less U.S. Government receipts from

principal repayments 81 567

5 Less U.S. Treasury securities issued in

connection with prepayments for

military purchases in the United States … 847

6 Plus financing of military sales

contracts by U.S. Government (5)

(line A39) 853 1,123

7 By long-term credits 36 …

8 By short-term credits (1) … …

9 By grants (1) 818 1,123

10 Less transfers of goods and services

(including transfers financed by

grants for military purchases, and

by credits) (1) (2) (table 1, line 5). 3,583 3,899

11 Associated with U.S. Government grants and

transactions increasing Government assets

(including changes in retained accounts)

(7) (line A45) … …

12 Associated with other liabilities -4 1

13 Sales of nuclear material by Department

of Energy/U.S. Enrichment

Corporation (8) … …

14 Sales of space launch and other services

by National Aeronautics and Space

Administration -1 (*)

15 Other sales and miscellaneous operations -3 2

Not seasonally

adjusted

2004

Line II III

A1 U.S. Government grants and transactions

increasing Government assets, total 5,510 6,248

By category

2 Grants, net 4,964 4,938

3 U.S. Government current grants, net (table

1, line 36, with sign reversed) 4,961 4,911

4 Financing military purchases (1) 626 432

5 Other grants 4,334 4,479

6 Cash contributions received from

coalition partners for Persian Gulf

operations … …

7 Debt forgiveness (table 1, part of line

39, with sign reversed) 3 28

8 Credits and other long-term assets (table 1,

line 47, with sign reversed) 668 1,270

9 Capital subscriptions and contributions to

international financial institutions,

excluding IMF 513 849

10 Credits repayable in U.S. dollars 155 421

11 Credits repayable in other than U.S.

dollars … …

12 Other long-term assets … …

13 Foreign currency holdings and short-term

assets, net (table 1, line 49 with sign

reversed) -122 40

14 Foreign currency holdings (excluding

administrative cash holdings), net … 1

Receipts from:

15 Sales of agricultural commodities … …

16 Interest … …

17 Repayments of principal … 1

18 Reverse grants … …

19 Other sources … …

Less currencies disbursed for:

20 Grants and credits in the recipient’s

currency … …

21 Other grants and credits … …

22 Other U.S. Government expenditures … …

23 Assets acquired in performance of U.S.

Government guarantee and insurance

obligations, net -137 32

24 Other assets held under Commodity Credit

Corporation Charter Act, net … …

25 Assets financing military sales contracts,

net (2) … …

26 Other short-term assets (including changes

in administrative cash holdings), net 15 8

By program

27 Capital subscriptions and contributions to

international financial institutions,

excluding IMF 513 849

28 Under Agricultural Trade Development and

Assistance Act and related programs 276 267

29 Under Foreign Assistance Act and related

programs 4,305 4,693

30 Under Export-Import Bank Act 23 104

31 Under Commodity Credit Corporation Charter

Act 13 18

32 Under other grant and credit programs 364 309

33 Other foreign currency assets acquired

(lines A16, A17, and A19) … 1

34 Less foreign currencies used by U.S.

Government other than for grants or

credits (line A22) … …

35 Other (including changes in administrative

cash holdings), net 15 8

By disposition (3)

36 Estimated transactions involving no direct

dollar outflow from the United States 3,142 3,273

37 Expenditures on U.S. goods 871 946

38 Expenditures on U.S. services (4) 1,685 1,807

39 Financing of military sales contracts by

U.S. Government (5) (line C6) 615 451

40 By long-term credits … 46

41 By short-term credits (1) … …

42 By grants (1) 615 405

43 U.S. Government grants and credits to

repay prior U.S. Government credits

(1) (4) 6 37

44 U.S. Government long- and short-term

credits to repay prior U.S. private

credits (6) and other assets 20 36

45 Increase in liabilities associated with

U.S. Government grants and transactions

increasing Government assets

(including changes in retained

accounts) (7) (line C11) … …

46 Less receipts on short-term U.S.

Government assets (a) financing

military sales contracts (1) (b)

financing repayment of private credits

and other assets, and (c) financing

expenditures on U.S. goods 55 3

47 Less foreign currencies used by U.S.

Government other than for grants or

credits (line A22) … …

48 Estimated dollar payments to foreign

countries and international financial

institutions 2,367 2,975

B1 Repayments on U.S. Government long-term

assets, total (table 1, line 48) 544 1,299

2 Receipts of principal on U.S. Government

credits 544 1,299

3 Under Agricultural Trade Development and

Assistance Act and related programs 31 137

4 Under Foreign Assistance Act and related

programs 235 445

5 Under Export-Import Bank Act 223 583

6 Under Commodity Credit Corporation

Charter Act 56 133

7 Under other credit programs … 1

8 Receipts on other long-term assets … …

C1 U.S. Government liabilities other than

securities, total, net increase (+)

(table 1, line 60) 45 710

2 Associated with military sales contracts

(2) 35 724

3 U.S. Government cash receipts from

foreign governments (including

principal repayments on credits

financing military sales contracts),

net of refunds (1) 2,934 4,115

4 Less U.S. Government receipts from

principal repayments 57 238

5 Less U.S. Treasury securities issued in

connection with prepayments for

military purchases in the United States -299 …

6 Plus financing of military sales

contracts by U.S. Government (5)

(line A39) 615 451

7 By long-term credits … 46

8 By short-term credits (1) … …

9 By grants (1) 615 405

10 Less transfers of goods and services

(including transfers financed by

grants for military purchases, and

by credits) (1) (2) (table 1, line 5). 3,756 3,604

11 Associated with U.S. Government grants and

transactions increasing Government assets

(including changes in retained accounts)

(7) (line A45) … …

12 Associated with other liabilities 10 -14

13 Sales of nuclear material by Department

of Energy/U.S. Enrichment

Corporation (8) … …

14 Sales of space launch and other services

by National Aeronautics and Space

Administration (*) (*)

15 Other sales and miscellaneous operations 10 -14

Not seasonally

adjusted

2004 2005

Line IV I (p)

A1 U.S. Government grants and transactions

increasing Government assets, total 6,276 9,595

By category

2 Grants, net 5,774 13,026

3 U.S. Government current grants, net (table

1, line 36, with sign reversed) 5,701 8,962

4 Financing military purchases (1) 1,285 3,750

5 Other grants 4,416 5,213

6 Cash contributions received from

coalition partners for Persian Gulf

operations … …

7 Debt forgiveness (table 1, part of line

39, with sign reversed) 73 4,063

8 Credits and other long-term assets (table 1,

line 47, with sign reversed) 545 502

9 Capital subscriptions and contributions to

international financial institutions,

excluding IMF 289 363

10 Credits repayable in U.S. dollars 256 139

11 Credits repayable in other than U.S.

dollars … …

12 Other long-term assets … …

13 Foreign currency holdings and short-term

assets, net (table 1, line 49 with sign

reversed) -42 -3,932

14 Foreign currency holdings (excluding

administrative cash holdings), net (*) …

Receipts from:

15 Sales of agricultural commodities … …

16 Interest … …

17 Repayments of principal (*) …

18 Reverse grants … …

19 Other sources … …

Less currencies disbursed for:

20 Grants and credits in the recipient’s

currency … …

21 Other grants and credits … …

22 Other U.S. Government expenditures … …

23 Assets acquired in performance of U.S.

Government guarantee and insurance

obligations, net -1 -3,920

24 Other assets held under Commodity Credit

Corporation Charter Act, net … …

25 Assets financing military sales contracts,

net (2) … …

26 Other short-term assets (including changes

in administrative cash holdings), net -42 0

By program

27 Capital subscriptions and contributions to

international financial institutions,

excluding IMF 289 363

28 Under Agricultural Trade Development and

Assistance Act and related programs 291 2,246

29 Under Foreign Assistance Act and related

programs 5,202 8,467

30 Under Export-Import Bank Act 86 113

31 Under Commodity Credit Corporation Charter

Act 35 7

32 Under other grant and credit programs 415 304

33 Other foreign currency assets acquired

(lines A16, A17, and A19) (*) …

34 Less foreign currencies used by U.S.

Government other than for grants or

credits (line A22) … …

35 Other (including changes in administrative

cash holdings), net -42 -12

By disposition (3)

36 Estimated transactions involving no direct

dollar outflow from the United States 4,376 6,871

37 Expenditures on U.S. goods 1,862 3,919

38 Expenditures on U.S. services (4) 1,715 2,072

39 Financing of military sales contracts by

U.S. Government (5) (line C6) 715 733

40 By long-term credits 77 47

41 By short-term credits (1) … …

42 By grants (1) 637 686

43 U.S. Government grants and credits to

repay prior U.S. Government credits

(1) (4) 77 4,068

44 U.S. Government long- and short-term

credits to repay prior U.S. private

credits (6) and other assets 23 …

45 Increase in liabilities associated with

U.S. Government grants and transactions

increasing Government assets

(including changes in retained

accounts) (7) (line C11) … …

46 Less receipts on short-term U.S.

Government assets (a) financing

military sales contracts (1) (b)

financing repayment of private credits

and other assets, and (c) financing

expenditures on U.S. goods 16 3,920

47 Less foreign currencies used by U.S.

Government other than for grants or

credits (line A22) … …

48 Estimated dollar payments to foreign

countries and international financial

institutions 1,901 2,724

B1 Repayments on U.S. Government long-term

assets, total (table 1, line 48) 1,004 1,113

2 Receipts of principal on U.S. Government

credits 1,004 1,113

3 Under Agricultural Trade Development and

Assistance Act and related programs 266 62

4 Under Foreign Assistance Act and related

programs 339 377

5 Under Export-Import Bank Act 250 441

6 Under Commodity Credit Corporation

Charter Act 76 173

7 Under other credit programs 72 60

8 Receipts on other long-term assets (*) …

C1 U.S. Government liabilities other than

securities, total, net increase (+)

(table 1, line 60) -158 -675

2 Associated with military sales contracts

(2) -160 -669

3 U.S. Government cash receipts from

foreign governments (including

principal repayments on credits

financing military sales contracts),

net of refunds (1) 2,810 3,683

4 Less U.S. Government receipts from

principal repayments 129 268

5 Less U.S. Treasury securities issued in

connection with prepayments for

military purchases in the United States … 298

6 Plus financing of military sales

contracts by U.S. Government (5)

(line A39) 715 733

7 By long-term credits 77 47

8 By short-term credits (1) … …

9 By grants (1) 637 686

10 Less transfers of goods and services

(including transfers financed by

grants for military purchases, and

by credits) (1) (2) (table 1, line 5). 3,555 4,520

11 Associated with U.S. Government grants and

transactions increasing Government assets

(including changes in retained accounts)

(7) (line A45) … …

12 Associated with other liabilities 2 -6

13 Sales of nuclear material by Department

of Energy/U.S. Enrichment

Corporation (8) … …

14 Sales of space launch and other services

by National Aeronautics and Space

Administration (*) (*)

15 Other sales and miscellaneous operations 2 -6

Table 6a. Direct Investment: Income, Capital, Royalties and

License Fees, and Other Private Services

[Millions of dollars]

Line (Credits +; debits -) 2002 2003 2004

U.S. direct investment abroad:

1 Income (table 1, line 14) 145,590 193,289 233,067

2 Earnings 139,869 187,060 226,939

3 Distributed earnings 54,600 56,054 50,938

4 Reinvested earnings 85,269 131,007 176,540

5 Reinvested earnings

without current-cost

adjustment 65,756 109,834 153,821

6 Current-cost adjustment 19,513 21,173 22,719

7 Interest 5,720 6,228 6,128

8 U.S. parents’ receipts 8,816 8,989 8,907

9 U.S. parents’ payments -3,096 -2,761 -2,779

10 Income without current-cost

adjustment 126,076 172,116 210,348

11 Manufacturing 26,775 36,265 48,655

12 Wholesale trade 13,499 18,880 24,245

13 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance 16,017 23,968 30,689

14 Holding companies, except

bank holding companies 48,658 60,993 61,738

15 Other 21,127 32,009 45,020

16 Earnings without current-cost

adjustment (line 2 less

line 6) 120,356 165,887 204,220

17 Manufacturing 25,335 34,909 47,360

18 Wholesale trade 13,091 18,469 23,783

19 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance 16,383 24,038 30,688

20 Holding companies, except

bank holding companies 46,972 59,318 60,309

21 Other 18,576 29,154 42,079

22 Interest 5,720 6,228 6,128

23 Manufacturing 1,440 1,357 1,295

24 Wholesale trade 408 411 465

25 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance (1) -366 -71 2

26 Holding companies, except

bank holding companies 1,686 1,676 1,428

27 Other 2,552 2,856 2,942

28 Capital (table 1, line 51) -154,460 -140,579 -252,012

29 Equity capital -42,707 19,206 -80,686

30 Increases in equity capital -79,306 48,466 -123,047

31 Decreases in equity capital 36,599 29,260 42,360

32 Reinvested earnings (line 4

with sign reversed) -85,269 -131,007 -176,540

33 Intercompany debt -26,483 9,634 5,214

34 U.S. parents’ receivables -39,501 -20,458 -15,194

35 U.S. parents’ payables 13,018 30,091 20,408

36 Capital without current-cost

adjustment -134,946 -119,406 -229,294

37 Manufacturing -32,277 -27,825 -54,202

38 Wholesale trade -3,048 -11,926 -13,803

39 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance -35,882 -19,743 -29,415

40 Holding companies, except

bank holding companies -45,855 -41,048 -100,075

41 Other -17,884 -18,865 -31,798

42 Equity capital -42,707 -19,206 -80,686

43 Manufacturing -12,714 -9,022 -21,108

44 Wholesale trade -2,073 -720 -1,389

45 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance -16,852 -6,987 -7,209

46 Holding companies, except

bank holding companies -5,447 -2,626 -52,164

47 Other -5,621 149 1,183

48 Reinvested earnings without

current-cost adjustment

(line 5 with sign

reversed) -65,756 -109,834 -153,821

49 Manufacturing -10,226 -25,015 -36,110

50 Wholesale trade -6,794 -12,667 -17,693

51 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance -6,475 -14,333 -22,086

52 Holding companies, except

bank holding companies -32,592 -37,404 -45,111

53 Other -9,669 -20,415 -32,822

54 Intercompany debt -26,483 9,634 5,214

55 Manufacturing 9,337 6,211 3,016

56 Wholesale trade 5,820 1,461 5,278

57 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance (2) -12,555 1,577 -121

58 Holding companies, except

bank holding companies -7,816 -1,017 -2,800

59 Other -2,595 1,401 -159

60 Royalties and license fees, net 26,731 29,795 32,171

61 U.S. parents’ receipts

(table 1, part of line 9) 29,656 32,464 35,084

62 U.S. parents’ payments

(table 1, part of line 26) -2,925 -2,668 -2,913

63 Other private services, net 7,624 7,968 6,635

64 U.S. parents’ receipts

(table 1, part of line 10) 24,624 26,961 28,264

65 U.S. parents’ payments

(table 1, part of line 27) -17,001 -18,992 -21,630

Foreign direct investment in

the United States:

66 Income (table 1, line 31) -45,820 -71,447 -105,146

67 Earnings -24,879 -53,906 -87,956

68 Distributed earnings -21,435 -42,132 -31,984

69 Reinvested earnings -3,444 -11,774 -55,972

70 Reinvested earnings

without current-cost

adjustment 6,066 -1,517 -44,999

71 Current-cost adjustment -9,510 -10,257 -10,973

72 Interest -20,941 -17,540 -17,191

73 U.S. affiliates’ payments -22,680 -19,164 -19,518

74 U.S. affiliates’ receipts 1,739 1,623 2,327

75 Income without current cost

adjustment -36,310 -61,189 -94,173

76 Manufacturing -23,463 -22,293 -36,844

77 Wholesale trade -12,126 -17,688 -22,479

78 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance 1,108 -10,244 -13,567

79 Other -1,829 -10,965 -21,284

80 Earnings without current-cost

adjustment (line 67 less

line 71) -15,369 -43,649 -76,983

81 Manufacturing -11,978 -13,558 -27,964

82 Wholesale trade -11,449 -17,119 -22,190

83 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance 2,972 -9,086 -12,719

84 Other 5,085 -3,885 -14,110

85 Interest -20,941 -17,540 -17,191

86 Manufacturing -11,485 -8,734 -8,880

87 Wholesale trade -677 -569 -290

88 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance (1) -1,864 -1,157 -847

89 Other -6,915 -7,080 -7,174

90 Capital (table 1, line 64) 80,841 67,091 106,832

91 Equity capital 102,077 87,045 68,657

92 Increases in equity capital 124,976 104,185 84,753

93 Decreases in equity capital -22,898 -17,140 -16,096

94 Reinvested earnings (line 69

with sign reversed) 3,444 11,774 55,972

95 Intercompany debt -24,680 -31,729 -17,797

96 U.S. affiliates’ payables -14,078 -7,097 12,764

97 U.S. affiliates’

receivables -10,603 -24,632 -30,560

98 Capital without current-cost

adjustment 71,331 56,834 95,859

99 Manufacturing 25,715 14,888 19,372

100 Wholesale trade 10,689 -5,762 15,311

101 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance 5,652 23,539 48,055

102 Other 29,276 24,169 13,120

103 Equity capital 102,077 87,045 68,657

104 Manufacturing 44,299 21,536 10,656

105 Wholesale trade 867 3,946 2,215

106 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance 24,177 37,283 41,807

107 Other 32,735 24,280 13,979

108 Reinvested earnings without

current-cost adjustment

(line 70 with sign

reversed) -6,066 1,517 44,999

109 Manufacturing 1,951 9,381 22,712

110 Wholesale trade 9,935 -9,655 5,262

111 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance -9,338 1,491 7,113

112 Other -8,615 300 9,912

113 Intercompany debt -24,680 -31,729 -17,797

114 Manufacturing -20,535 -16,029 -13,996

115 Wholesale trade -113 -53 7,834

116 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance (2) -9,188 -15,235 -865

117 Other 5,156 -412 -10,770

118 Royalties and license fees, net -9,096 -9,592 -11,896

119 U.S. affiliates’ payments

(table 1, part of line 26) -12,191 -13,015 -15,837

120 U.S. affiliates’ receipts

(table 1, part of line 9) 3,095 3,421 3,940

121 Other private services, net 3,557 4,022 4,559

122 U.S. affiliates’ payments

(table 1, part of line 27) -14,687 -16,320 -17,816

123 U.S. affiliates’ receipts

(table 1, part of line 10) 18,245 20,343 22,375

Not seasonally adjusted

2003

Line (Credits +; debits -) I II III

U.S. direct investment abroad:

1 Income (table 1, line 14) 42,364 47,166 48,347

2 Earnings 40,858 45,598 46,833

3 Distributed earnings 10,200 11,373 9,643

4 Reinvested earnings 30,658 34,224 37,190

5 Reinvested earnings

without current-cost

adjustment 25,517 28,981 31,846

6 Current-cost adjustment 5,141 5,243 5,344

7 Interest 1,506 1,568 1,514

8 U.S. parents’ receipts 2,184 2,267 2,208

9 U.S. parents’ payments -678 -699 -694

10 Income without current-cost

adjustment 37,223 41,923 43,003

11 Manufacturing 7,710 9,085 8,869

12 Wholesale trade 3,551 4,463 4,697

13 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance 4,798 5,906 6,081

14 Holding companies, except

bank holding companies 14,466 15,208 15,143

15 Other 6,699 7,260 8,212

16 Earnings without current-cost

adjustment (line 2 less

line 6) 35,717 40,355 41,489

17 Manufacturing 7,381 8,761 8,557

18 Wholesale trade 3,458 4,366 4,590

19 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance 4,842 5,923 6,080

20 Holding companies, except

bank holding companies 14,028 14,754 14,765

21 Other 6,007 6,549 7,497

22 Interest 1,506 1,568 1,514

23 Manufacturing 329 324 312

24 Wholesale trade 93 97 107

25 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance (1) -45 -17 1

26 Holding companies, except

bank holding companies 438 454 378

27 Other 692 711 715

28 Capital (table 1, line 51) -20,065 -48,195 -43,413

29 Equity capital -4,619 -2,285 -2,807

30 Increases in equity capital -12,301 -8,805 -8,674

31 Decreases in equity capital 7,682 6,520 5,867

32 Reinvested earnings (line 4

with sign reversed) -30,658 -34,224 -37,190

33 Intercompany debt 15,212 -11,686 -3,416

34 U.S. parents’ receivables -439 -12,128 -2,460

35 U.S. parents’ payables 45,651 442 -957

36 Capital without current-cost

adjustment -14,924 -42,952 -38,069

37 Manufacturing -3,029 -9,184 -8,212

38 Wholesale trade -1,730 -2,074 -5,986

39 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance -4,106 -7,632 -8,339

40 Holding companies, except

bank holding companies -4,440 -16,326 -10,856

41 Other -1,619 -7,735 -4,677

42 Equity capital -4,619 -2,285 -2,807

43 Manufacturing -2,226 -1,204 -1,006

44 Wholesale trade 686 -374 -157

45 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance -3,172 -268 2

46 Holding companies, except

bank holding companies 428 -846 -814

47 Other -336 407 -832

48 Reinvested earnings without

current-cost adjustment

(line 5 with sign

reversed) -25,517 -28,981 -31,846

49 Manufacturing -5,021 -6,886 -7,177

50 Wholesale trade -2,752 -2,998 -3,747

51 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance -3,047 -4,132 -4,304

52 Holding companies, except

bank holding companies -10,220 -11,120 -10,183

53 Other -4,476 -3,845 -6,435

54 Intercompany debt 15,212 -11,686 -3,416

55 Manufacturing 4,218 -1,094 -29

56 Wholesale trade 336 1,298 -2,083

57 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance (2) 2,113 -3,232 -4,036

58 Holding companies, except

bank holding companies 5,351 -4,361 142

59 Other 3,193 -4,297 2,590

60 Royalties and license fees, net 6,897 7,375 7,164

61 U.S. parents’ receipts

(table 1, part of line 9) 7,535 8,032 7,824

62 U.S. parents’ payments

(table 1, part of line 26) -638 -657 -660

63 Other private services, net 1,902 1,879 1,664

64 U.S. parents’ receipts

(table 1, part of line 10) 6,051 6,529 6,411

65 U.S. parents’ payments

(table 1, part of line 27) -4,149 -4,650 -4,746

Foreign direct investment in

the United States:

66 Income (table 1, line 31) -15,883 -17,795 -19,163

67 Earnings -11,904 -13,433 -14,686

68 Distributed earnings -3,248 -19,682 -6,771

69 Reinvested earnings -8,656 6,249 -7,915

70 Reinvested earnings

without current-cost

adjustment -6,148 8,794 -5,333

71 Current-cost adjustment -2,508 -2,545 -2,582

72 Interest -3,979 -4,361 -4,477

73 U.S. affiliates’ payments -4,338 -4,710 -4,914

74 U.S. affiliates’ receipts 359 349 437

75 Income without current cost

adjustment -13,375 -15,250 -16,581

76 Manufacturing -4,016 -6,072 -6,433

77 Wholesale trade -5,608 -3,626 -3,481

78 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance -2,179 -2,685 -2,682

79 Other -1,571 -2,865 -3,985

80 Earnings without current-cost

adjustment (line 67 less

line 71) -9,396 -10,888 -12,104

81 Manufacturing -2,045 -4,029 -4,107

82 Wholesale trade -5,449 -3,467 -3,345

83 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance -1,842 -2,385 -2,480

84 Other -59 -1,007 -2,171

85 Interest -3,979 -4,361 -4,477

86 Manufacturing -1,971 -2,043 -2,326

87 Wholesale trade -159 -160 -136

88 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance (1) -338 -301 -202

89 Other -1,512 -1,858 -1,813

90 Capital (table 1, line 64) 31,602 2,995 6,895

91 Equity capital 33,573 8,697 10,730

92 Increases in equity capital 37,803 12,062 12,547

93 Decreases in equity capital -4,230 -3,365 -1,817

94 Reinvested earnings (line 69

with sign reversed) 8,656 -6,249 7,915

95 Intercompany debt -10,627 546 -11,749

96 U.S. affiliates’ payables -6,227 4,868 -4,097

97 U.S. affiliates’

receivables -4,400 -4,322 -7,652

98 Capital without current-cost

adjustment 29,094 450 4,313

99 Manufacturing 3,108 5,568 165

100 Wholesale trade 3,797 -11,993 -2,429

101 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance 19,298 302 2,121

102 Other 2,891 6,572 4,456

103 Equity capital 33,573 8,697 10,730

104 Manufacturing 4,509 3,397 2,772

105 Wholesale trade 349 429 265

106 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance 23,056 1,518 2,942

107 Other 5,659 3,353 4,752

108 Reinvested earnings without

current-cost adjustment

(line 70 with sign

reversed) 6,148 -8,794 5,333

109 Manufacturing 903 2,805 3,681

110 Wholesale trade 5,293 -12,629 -1,844

111 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance 945 556 1,799

112 Other -992 475 1,696

113 Intercompany debt -10,627 546 -11,749

114 Manufacturing -2,304 -635 -6,288

115 Wholesale trade -1,845 208 -850

116 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance (2) -4,703 -1,772 -2,619

117 Other -1,775 2,745 -1,992

118 Royalties and license fees, net -2,179 -2,241 -2,473

119 U.S. affiliates’ payments

(table 1, part of line 26) -2,896 -2,931 -3,356

120 U.S. affiliates’ receipts

(table 1, part of line 9) 717 689 882

121 Other private services, net 421 970 1,223

122 U.S. affiliates’ payments

(table 1, part of line 27) -4,300 -3,687 -3,733

123 U.S. affiliates’ receipts

(table 1, part of line 10) 4,721 4,657 4,956

Not seasonally adjusted

2003 2004

Line (Credits +; debits -) IV I II

U.S. direct investment abroad:

1 Income (table 1, line 14) 55,412 55,323 59,060

2 Earnings 53,772 53,820 57,537

3 Distributed earnings 24,838 9,375 11,430

4 Reinvested earnings 28,934 44,446 46,107

5 Reinvested earnings

without current-cost

adjustment 23,489 38,887 40,461

6 Current-cost adjustment 5,445 5,559 5,646

7 Interest 1,640 1,502 1,524

8 U.S. parents’ receipts 2,330 2,173 2,191

9 U.S. parents’ payments -690 -670 -667

10 Income without current-cost

adjustment 49,967 49,764 53,414

11 Manufacturing 10,602 11,677 13,102

12 Wholesale trade 6,170 5,384 5,833

13 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance 7,182 7,775 8,494

14 Holding companies, except

bank holding companies 16,176 14,879 14,965

15 Other 9,838 10,048 11,020

16 Earnings without current-cost

adjustment (line 2 less

line 6) 48,327 48,261 51,891

17 Manufacturing 10,209 11,378 12,789

18 Wholesale trade 6,055 5,268 5,725

19 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance 7,193 7,768 8,480

20 Holding companies, except

bank holding companies 15,770 14,533 14,609

21 Other 9,100 9,314 10,288

22 Interest 1,640 1,502 1,524

23 Manufacturing 392 298 314

24 Wholesale trade 115 116 108

25 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance (1) -11 7 14

26 Holding companies, except

bank holding companies 406 346 355

27 Other 738 734 732

28 Capital (table 1, line 51) -28,906 -55,821 -63,323

29 Equity capital -9,496 -9,596 -21,101

30 Increases in equity capital -18,686 -13,634 -28,102

31 Decreases in equity capital 9,191 4,038 7,001

32 Reinvested earnings (line 4

with sign reversed) -28,934 -44,446 -46,107

33 Intercompany debt 9,524 -1,779 3,885

34 U.S. parents’ receivables -5,432 -2,571 635

35 U.S. parents’ payables 14,956 792 3,250

36 Capital without current-cost

adjustment -23,461 -50,262 -57,677

37 Manufacturing -7,400 -13,916 -20,757

38 Wholesale trade -2,135 -2,889 -3,940

39 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance 334 -6,584 -11,615

40 Holding companies, except

bank holding companies -9,426 -18,450 -11,643

41 Other -4,833 -8,422 -9,722

42 Equity capital -9,496 -9,596 -21,101

43 Manufacturing -4,586 -5,683 -13,389

44 Wholesale trade -875 -81 -558

45 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance -3,550 -2,147 -1,307

46 Holding companies, except

bank holding companies -1,395 -1,818 -2,960

47 Other 910 132 -2,887

48 Reinvested earnings without

current-cost adjustment

(line 5 with sign

reversed) -23,489 -38,887 -40,461

49 Manufacturing -5,931 -8,797 -9,603

50 Wholesale trade -3,170 -3,831 -4,854

51 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance -2,849 -5,946 -6,936

52 Holding companies, except

bank holding companies -5,882 -12,523 -11,275

53 Other -5,659 -7,788 -7,792

54 Intercompany debt 9,524 -1,779 3,885

55 Manufacturing 3,116 564 2,235

56 Wholesale trade 1,910 1,023 1,472

57 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance (2) 6,732 1,509 -3,371

58 Holding companies, except

bank holding companies -2,150 -4,109 2,592

59 Other -85 -766 957

60 Royalties and license fees, net 8,360 7,631 7,741

61 U.S. parents’ receipts

(table 1, part of line 9) 9,073 8,318 8,433

62 U.S. parents’ payments

(table 1, part of line 26) -713 -687 -692

63 Other private services, net 2,522 1,627 1,649

64 U.S. parents’ receipts

(table 1, part of line 10) 7,970 6,625 6,890

65 U.S. parents’ payments

(table 1, part of line 27) -5,447 -4,998 -5,241

Foreign direct investment in

the United States:

66 Income (table 1, line 31) -18,606 -19,304 -29,496

67 Earnings -13,883 -15,537 -25,312

68 Distributed earnings -12,431 -12,491 -8,004

69 Reinvested earnings -1,452 -3,046 -17,308

70 Reinvested earnings

without current-cost

adjustment 1,170 -375 -14,590

71 Current-cost adjustment -2,622 -2,671 -2,718

72 Interest -4,723 -3,767 -4,184

73 U.S. affiliates’ payments -5,202 -4,187 4,712

74 U.S. affiliates’ receipts 479 420 528

75 Income without current cost

adjustment -15,984 -16,633 -26,778

76 Manufacturing -5,771 -6,003 -10,264

77 Wholesale trade -4,972 -4,999 -6,481

78 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance -2,696 -2,745 4,131

79 Other -2,544 -2,886 -5,902

80 Earnings without current-cost

adjustment (line 67 less

line 71) -11,261 -12,866 -22,594

81 Manufacturing -3,377 -4,100 -8,017

82 Wholesale trade -4,858 -4,903 -6,412

83 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance -2,379 -2,605 4,018

84 Other -647 -1,258 4,147

85 Interest -4,723 -3,767 4,184

86 Manufacturing -2,394 -1,903 -2,247

87 Wholesale trade -114 -96 -70

88 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance (1) -317 -140 -112

89 Other -1,897 -1,628 -1,754

90 Capital (table 1, line 64) 25,599 7,429 33,020

91 Equity capital 34,045 2,882 27,654

92 Increases in equity capital 41,772 8,349 31,158

93 Decreases in equity capital -7,727 -5,466 -3,504

94 Reinvested earnings (line 69

with sign reversed) 1,452 3,046 17,308

95 Intercompany debt -9,898 1,500 -11,942

96 U.S. affiliates’ payables -1,640 15,002 -5,394

97 U.S. affiliates’

receivables -8,258 -13,501 -6,548

98 Capital without current-cost

adjustment 22,977 4,758 30,302

99 Manufacturing 6,048 1,858 4,908

100 Wholesale trade 4,863 2,471 1,077

101 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance 1,817 3,097 21,499

102 Other 10,249 -2,668 2,818

103 Equity capital 34,045 2,882 27,654

104 Manufacturing 10,858 1,031 4,362

105 Wholesale trade 2,903 458 405

106 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance 9,767 329 19,729

107 Other 10,517 1,063 3,158

108 Reinvested earnings without

current-cost adjustment

(line 70 with sign

reversed) -1,170 375 14,590

109 Manufacturing 1,992 2,108 7,147

110 Wholesale trade -474 -3,439 897

111 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance -1,809 1,508 2,925

112 Other -879 198 3,621

113 Intercompany debt -9,898 1,500 -11,942

114 Manufacturing -6,802 -1,282 -6,601

115 Wholesale trade 2,434 5,452 -225

116 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance (2) -6,141 1,259 -1,155

117 Other 611 -3,929 -3,961

118 Royalties and license fees, net -2,699 -2,741 -2,873

119 U.S. affiliates’ payments

(table 1, part of line 26) -3,832 -3,353 -3,642

120 U.S. affiliates’ receipts

(table 1, part of line 9) 1,133 612 769

121 Other private services, net 1,408 727 1,398

122 U.S. affiliates’ payments

(table 1, part of line 27) -4,600 -3,990 4,389

123 U.S. affiliates’ receipts

(table 1, part of line 10) 6,009 4,717 5,787

Not seasonally adjusted

2004 2005

Line (Credits +; debits -) III IV I (p)

U.S. direct investment abroad:

1 Income (table 1, line 14) 57,568 61,116 57,068

2 Earnings 56,020 59,561 55,607

3 Distributed earnings 9,558 20,036 28,101

4 Reinvested earnings 46,463 39,525 27,506

5 Reinvested earnings

without current-cost

adjustment 40,740 33,734 21,657

6 Current-cost adjustment 5,723 5,791 5,849

7 Interest 1,547 1,555 1,460

8 U.S. parents’ receipts 2,235 2,309 2,237

9 U.S. parents’ payments -688 -754 -777

10 Income without current-cost

adjustment 51,845 55,325 51,219

11 Manufacturing 11,740 12,135 11,954

12 Wholesale trade 5,887 7,141 5,705

13 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance 7,458 6,962 7,623

14 Holding companies, except

bank holding companies 15,444 16,451 14,801

15 Other 11,316 12,635 11,135

16 Earnings without current-cost

adjustment (line 2 less

line 6) 50,297 53,770 49,758

17 Manufacturing 11,401 11,792 11,594

18 Wholesale trade 5,771 7,019 5,589

19 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance 7,460 6,981 7,671

20 Holding companies, except

bank holding companies 15,080 16,087 14,418

21 Other 10,585 11,891 10,486

22 Interest 1,547 1,555 1,460

23 Manufacturing 339 344 360

24 Wholesale trade 116 122 116

25 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance (1) -2 -18 -48

26 Holding companies, except

bank holding companies 363 364 383

27 Other 731 744 649

28 Capital (table 1, line 51) -43,606 -89,262 -37,839

29 Equity capital 462 -50,451 -12,180

30 Increases in equity capital -7,342 -73,968 -16,345

31 Decreases in equity capital 7,805 23,517 4,165

32 Reinvested earnings (line 4

with sign reversed) -46,463 -39,525 -27,506

33 Intercompany debt 2,394 714 1,847

34 U.S. parents’ receivables -4,475 -8,783 -793

35 U.S. parents’ payables 6,869 9,497 2,640

36 Capital without current-cost

adjustment -37,883 -83,471 -31,990

37 Manufacturing -7,499 -12,030 -14,618

38 Wholesale trade -3,538 -3,435 -3,785

39 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance -7,610 -3,607 -7,208

40 Holding companies, except

bank holding companies -11,796 -58,185 -6

41 Other -7,440 -6,213 -6,372

42 Equity capital 462 -50,451 -12,180

43 Manufacturing -1,759 -277 -7,966

44 Wholesale trade -42 -708 -353

45 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance -1,420 -2,334 -2,563

46 Holding companies, except

bank holding companies 787 -48,172 -2,266

47 Other 2,897 1,040 968

48 Reinvested earnings without

current-cost adjustment

(line 5 with sign

reversed) -40,740 -33,734 -21,657

49 Manufacturing -9,338 -8,371 -7,337

50 Wholesale trade -4,696 -4,312 -3,059

51 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance -5,621 -3,582 -5,452

52 Holding companies, except

bank holding companies -12,343 -8,970 818

53 Other -8,742 -8,499 -6,627

54 Intercompany debt 2,394 714 1,847

55 Manufacturing 3,598 -3,382 684

56 Wholesale trade 1,200 1,584 -373

57 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance (2) -569 2,310 806

58 Holding companies, except

bank holding companies -241 -1,043 1,442

59 Other -1,595 1,245 -713

60 Royalties and license fees, net 7,912 8,887 8,502

61 U.S. parents’ receipts

(table 1, part of line 9) 8,612 9,721 9,322

62 U.S. parents’ payments

(table 1, part of line 26) -700 -834 -821

63 Other private services, net 1,722 1,637 2,020

64 U.S. parents’ receipts

(table 1, part of line 10) 6,932 7,817 7,525

65 U.S. parents’ payments

(table 1, part of line 27) -5,211 -6,180 -5,505

Foreign direct investment in

the United States:

66 Income (table 1, line 31) -28,297 -28,049 -24,845

67 Earnings -23,521 -23,586 -20,406

68 Distributed earnings -3,341 -8,148 -10,725

69 Reinvested earnings -20,180 -15,437 -9,682

70 Reinvested earnings

without current-cost

adjustment -17,413 -12,620 -6,812

71 Current-cost adjustment -2,767 -2,817 -2,870

72 Interest -4,776 -4,464 -4,438

73 U.S. affiliates’ payments -5,355 -5,263 -5,298

74 U.S. affiliates’ receipts 579 799 860

75 Income without current cost

adjustment -25,530 -25,232 -21,975

76 Manufacturing -10,780 -9,796 -10,556

77 Wholesale trade -5,133 -5,865 -3,887

78 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance -3,459 -3,233 -2,399

79 Other -6,158 -6,340 -5,132

80 Earnings without current-cost

adjustment (line 67 less

line 71) -20,754 -20,769 -17,536

81 Manufacturing -8,318 -7,528 -8,350

82 Wholesale trade -5,067 -5,807 -3,824

83 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance -3,132 -2,965 -2,105

84 Other -4,236 4,470 -3,256

85 Interest -4,776 -4,464 -4,438

86 Manufacturing -2,462 -2,269 -2,206

87 Wholesale trade 0 -58 -63

88 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance (1) -327 -268 -293

89 Other -1,921 -1,870 -1,876

90 Capital (table 1, line 64) 37,240 29,143 27,638

91 Equity capital 19,355 18,765 13,187

92 Increases in equity capital 24,376 20,871 18,484

93 Decreases in equity capital -5,020 -2,106 -5,297

94 Reinvested earnings (line 69

with sign reversed) 20,180 15,437 9,682

95 Intercompany debt -2,296 -5,060 4,769

96 U.S. affiliates’ payables 4,933 -1,777 3,362

97 U.S. affiliates’

receivables -7,229 -3,282 1,407

98 Capital without current-cost

adjustment 34,473 26,326 24,768

99 Manufacturing 6,882 5,725 6,930

100 Wholesale trade 4,952 6,811 355

101 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance 16,745 6,713 7,911

102 Other 5,894 7,076 9,572

103 Equity capital 19,355 18,765 13,187

104 Manufacturing 1,343 3,920 2,686

105 Wholesale trade 473 879 -1,664

106 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance 13,683 8,066 5,954

107 Other 3,857 5,901 6,211

108 Reinvested earnings without

current-cost adjustment

(line 70 with sign

reversed) 17,413 12,620 6,812

109 Manufacturing 6,847 6,611 1,737

110 Wholesale trade 5,019 2,786 1,665

111 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance 2,465 215 1,180

112 Other 3,083 3,009 2,230

113 Intercompany debt -2,296 -5,060 4,769

114 Manufacturing -1,307 4,806 2,507

115 Wholesale trade -540 3,147 354

116 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance (2) 597 -1,567 777

117 Other -1,046 -1,834 1,131

118 Royalties and license fees, net -3,351 -2,931 -2,361

119 U.S. affiliates’ payments

(table 1, part of line 26) -3,965 4,877 -4,186

120 U.S. affiliates’ receipts

(table 1, part of line 9) 613 1,946 1,825

121 Other private services, net 1,307 1,127 1,542

122 U.S. affiliates’ payments

(table 1, part of line 27) -4,363 -5,074 -4,578

123 U.S. affiliates’ receipts

(table 1, part of line 10) 5,670 6,201 6,120

Seasonally adjusted

2003

Line (Credits +; debits -) I II III

U.S. direct investment abroad:

1 Income (table 1, line 14) 42,080 45,679 48,398

2 Earnings 40,574 44,111 46,884

3 Distributed earnings 14,388 14,978 12,249

4 Reinvested earnings 26,186 29,133 34,635

5 Reinvested earnings

without current-cost

adjustment 21,045 23,890 29,291

6 Current-cost adjustment 5,141 5,243 5,344

7 Interest 1,506 1,568 1,514

8 U.S. parents’ receipts 2,184 2,267 2,208

9 U.S. parents’ payments -678 -699 -694

10 Income without current-cost

adjustment 36,939 40,436 43,054

11 Manufacturing 7,874 8,566 8,995

12 Wholesale trade 3,551 4,463 4,697

13 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance 4,350 4,940 6,006

14 Holding companies, except

bank holding companies 14,466 15,208 15,143

15 Other 6,699 7,260 8,212

16 Earnings without current-cost

adjustment (line 2 less

line 6) 35,433 38,868 41,540

17 Manufacturing 7,545 8,242 8,683

18 Wholesale trade 3,458 4,366 4,590

19 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance 4,395 4,957 6,005

20 Holding companies, except

bank holding companies 14,028 14,754 14,765

21 Other 6,007 6,549 7,497

22 Interest 1,506 1,568 1,514

23 Manufacturing 329 324 312

24 Wholesale trade 93 97 107

25 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance (1) -45 -17 1

26 Holding companies, except

bank holding companies 438 454 378

27 Other 692 711 715

28 Capital (table 1, line 51) -15,593 -43,104 -40,858

29 Equity capital -4,619 -2,285 -2,807

30 Increases in equity capital -12,301 -8,805 -8,674

31 Decreases in equity capital 7,682 6,520 5,867

32 Reinvested earnings (line 4

with sign reversed) -26,186 -29,133 -34,635

33 Intercompany debt 15,212 -11,686 -3,416

34 U.S. parents’ receivables -439 -12,128 -2,460

35 U.S. parents’ payables 15,651 442 -957

36 Capital without current-cost

adjustment -10,452 -37,861 -35,514

37 Manufacturing -2,652 -8,228 -7,672

38 Wholesale trade -1,368 -1,508 -5,658

39 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance -2,903 -6,156 -7,843

40 Holding companies, except

bank holding companies -2,473 -14,193 -10,147

41 Other -1,058 -7,776 -4,194

42 Equity capital -4,619 -2,285 -2,807

43 Manufacturing -2,226 -1,204 -1,006

44 Wholesale trade 686 -374 -157

45 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance -3,172 -268 2

46 Holding companies, except

bank holding companies 428 -846 -814

47 Other -336 407 -832

48 Reinvested earnings without

current-cost adjustment

(line 5 with sign

reversed) -21,045 -23,890 -29,291

49 Manufacturing -4,644 -5,930 -6,637

50 Wholesale trade -2,390 -2,432 -3,418

51 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance -1,844 -2,656 -3,809

52 Holding companies, except

bank holding companies -8,252 -8,986 -9,475

53 Other -3,915 -3,886 -5,952

54 Intercompany debt 15,212 -11,686 -3,416

55 Manufacturing 4,218 -1,094 -29

56 Wholesale trade 336 1,298 -2,083

57 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance (2) 2,113 -3,232 -4,036

58 Holding companies, except

bank holding companies 5,351 -4,361 142

59 Other 3,193 -4,297 2,590

60 Royalties and license fees, net 7,145 7,403 7,439

61 U.S. parents’ receipts

(table 1, part of line 9) 7,783 8,060 8,099

62 U.S. parents’ payments

(table 1, part of line 26) -638 -657 -660

63 Other private services, net 1,994 1,892 1,814

64 U.S. parents’ receipts

(table 1, part of line 10) 6,392 6,608 6,640

65 U.S. parents’ payments

(table 1, part of line 27) -4,398 -4,716 -4,826

Foreign direct investment in

the United States:

66 Income (table 1, line 31) -16,508 -16,322 -18,432

67 Earnings -12,529 -11,961 -13,955

68 Distributed earnings -3,149 -20,380 -7,111

69 Reinvested earnings -9,381 8,419 -6,844

70 Reinvested earnings

without current-cost

adjustment -6,873 10,964 4,262

71 Current-cost adjustment -2,508 -2,545 -2,582

72 Interest -3,979 -4,361 -4,477

73 U.S. affiliates’ payments -4,338 -4,710 -4,914

74 U.S. affiliates’ receipts 359 349 437

75 Income without current cost

adjustment -14,000 -13,777 -15,850

76 Manufacturing 4,642 -4,600 -5,703

77 Wholesale trade -5,608 -3,626 -3,481

78 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance -2,179 -2,685 -2,682

79 Other -1,571 -2,865 -3,984

80 Earnings without current-cost

adjustment (line 67 less

line 71) -10,021 -9,416 -11,373

81 Manufacturing -2,671 -2,557 -3,377

82 Wholesale trade -5,449 -3,467 -3,345

83 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance -1,842 -2,385 -2,480

84 Other -59 -1,007 -2,171

85 Interest -3,979 -4,361 4,477

86 Manufacturing -1,971 -2,043 -2,326

87 Wholesale trade -159 -160 -136

88 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance (1) -338 -301 -202

89 Other -1,512 -1,858 -1,813

90 Capital (table 1, line 64) 32,327 824 5,825

91 Equity capital 33,573 8,697 10,730

92 Increases in equity capital 37,803 12,062 12,547

93 Decreases in equity capital 4,230 -3,365 -1,817

94 Reinvested earnings (line 69

with sign reversed) 9,381 -8,419 6,844

95 Intercompany debt -10,627 546 -11,749

96 U.S. affiliates’ payables -6,227 4,868 4,097

97 U.S. affiliates’

receivables -4,400 -4,322 -7,652

98 Capital without current-cost

adjustment 29,819 -1,721 3,243

99 Manufacturing 3,776 3,777 -677

100 Wholesale trade 3,797 -11,993 -2,429

101 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance 19,298 302 2,122

102 Other 2,948 6,192 4,228

103 Equity capital 33,573 8,697 10,730

104 Manufacturing 4,509 3,397 2,772

105 Wholesale trade 349 429 265

106 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance 23,056 1,518 2,942

107 Other 5,659 3,353 4,752

108 Reinvested earnings without

current-cost adjustment

(line 70 with sign

reversed) 6,873 -10,964 4,262

109 Manufacturing 1,571 1,015 2,839

110 Wholesale trade 5,293 -12,629 -1,844

111 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance 945 556 1,799

112 Other -936 94 1,468

113 Intercompany debt -10,627 546 -11,749

114 Manufacturing -2,304 -635 -6,288

115 Wholesale trade -1,845 208 -850

116 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance (2) 4,703 -1,772 -2,619

117 Other -1,775 2,745 -1,992

118 Royalties and license fees, net -2,211 -2,379 -2,505

119 U.S. affiliates’ payments

(table 1, part of line 26) -3,068 -3,144 -3,418

120 U.S. affiliates’ receipts

(table 1, part of line 9) 857 765 913

121 Other private services, net 964 928 1,034

122 U.S. affiliates’ payments

(table 1, part of line 27) 4,289 -3,848 -3,973

123 U.S. affiliates’ receipts

(table 1, part of line 10) 5,253 4,776 5,007

Seasonally adjusted

2003 2004

Line (Credits +; debits -) IV I II

U.S. direct investment abroad:

1 Income (table 1, line 14) 57,129 55,096 57,053

2 Earnings 55,489 53,594 55,529

3 Distributed earnings 14,437 12,602 14,320

4 Reinvested earnings 41,052 40,992 41,209

5 Reinvested earnings

without current-cost

adjustment 35,607 35,433 35,563

6 Current-cost adjustment 5,445 5,559 5,646

7 Interest 1,640 1,502 1,524

8 U.S. parents’ receipts 2,330 2,173 2,191

9 U.S. parents’ payments -690 -670 -667

10 Income without current-cost

adjustment 51,684 49,537 51,407

11 Manufacturing 10,830 11,897 12,319

12 Wholesale trade 6,170 5,384 5,833

13 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance 8,670 7,328 7,270

14 Holding companies, except

bank holding companies 16,176 14,879 14,965

15 Other 9,838 10,048 11,020

16 Earnings without current-cost

adjustment (line 2 less

line 6) 50,044 48,035 49,883

17 Manufacturing 10,438 11,599 12,005

18 Wholesale trade 6,055 5,268 5,725

19 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance 8,681 7,321 7,256

20 Holding companies, except

bank holding companies 15,770 14,533 14,609

21 Other 9,100 9,314 10,288

22 Interest 1,640 1,502 1,524

23 Manufacturing 392 298 314

24 Wholesale trade 115 116 108

25 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance (1) -11 7 14

26 Holding companies, except

bank holding companies 406 346 355

27 Other 738 734 732

28 Capital (table 1, line 51) -41,024 -52,367 -58,425

29 Equity capital -9,496 -9,596 -21,101

30 Increases in equity capital -18,686 -13,634 -28,102

31 Decreases in equity capital 9,191 4,038 7,001

32 Reinvested earnings (line 4

with sign reversed) -41,052 -40,992 -41,209

33 Intercompany debt 9,524 -1,779 3,885

34 U.S. parents’ receivables -5,432 -2,571 635

35 U.S. parents’ payables 14,956 792 3,250

36 Capital without current-cost

adjustment -35,579 -46,808 -52,779

37 Manufacturing -9,273 -13,817 -19,563

38 Wholesale trade -3,393 -2,264 -3,622

39 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance -2,841 -5,481 -10,008

40 Holding companies, except

bank holding companies -14,236 -17,363 -9,737

41 Other -5,837 -7,884 -9,849

42 Equity capital -9,496 -9,596 -21,101

43 Manufacturing -4,586 -5,683 -13,389

44 Wholesale trade -875 -81 -558

45 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance -3,550 -2,147 -1,307

46 Holding companies, except

bank holding companies -1,395 -1,818 -2,960

47 Other 910 132 -2,887

48 Reinvested earnings without

current-cost adjustment

(line 5 with sign

reversed) -35,607 -35,433 -35,563

49 Manufacturing -7,803 -8,698 -8,409

50 Wholesale trade -4,428 -3,206 -4,536

51 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance -6,023 -4,843 -5,330

52 Holding companies, except

bank holding companies -10,691 -11,436 -9,369

53 Other -6,662 -7,250 -7,919

54 Intercompany debt 9,524 -1,779 3,885

55 Manufacturing 3,116 564 2,235

56 Wholesale trade 1,910 1,023 1,472

57 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance (2) 6,732 1,509 -3,371

58 Holding companies, except

bank holding companies -2,150 -4,109 2,592

59 Other -85 -766 957

60 Royalties and license fees, net 7,811 7,895 7,789

61 U.S. parents’ receipts

(table 1, part of line 9) 8,524 8,582 8,481

62 U.S. parents’ payments

(table 1, part of line 26) -713 -687 -692

63 Other private services, net 2,269 1,703 1,642

64 U.S. parents’ receipts

(table 1, part of line 10) 7,320 7,001 6,958

65 U.S. parents’ payments

(table 1, part of line 27) -5,051 -5,298 -5,316

Foreign direct investment in

the United States:

66 Income (table 1, line 31) -20,183 -20,014 -27,973

67 Earnings -15,460 -16,247 -23,789

68 Distributed earnings -11,492 -12,126 -8,462

69 Reinvested earnings -3,967 4,121 -15,327

70 Reinvested earnings

without current-cost

adjustment -1,345 -1,450 -12,609

71 Current-cost adjustment -2,622 -2,671 -2,718

72 Interest -4,723 -3,767 -4,184

73 U.S. affiliates’ payments -5,202 -4,187 -4,712

74 U.S. affiliates’ receipts 479 420 528

75 Income without current cost

adjustment -17,561 -17,343 -25,255

76 Manufacturing -7,348 -6,713 -8,741

77 Wholesale trade -4,972 -4,999 -6,481

78 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance -2,696 -2,745 -4,131

79 Other -2,544 -2,886 -5,901

80 Earnings without current-cost

adjustment (line 67 less

line 71) -12,838 -13,576 -21,071

81 Manufacturing -4,954 -4,810 -6,494

82 Wholesale trade -4,858 -4,903 -6,412

83 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance -2,379 -2,605 -4,018

84 Other -647 -1,258 -4,147

85 Interest -4,723 -3,767 -4,184

86 Manufacturing -2,394 -1,903 -2,247

87 Wholesale trade -114 -96 -70

88 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance (1) -317 -140 -112

89 Other -1,897 -1,628 -1,754

90 Capital (table 1, line 64) 28,114 8,503 31,039

91 Equity capital 34,045 2,882 27,654

92 Increases in equity capital 41,772 8,349 31,158

93 Decreases in equity capital -7,727 -5,466 -3,504

94 Reinvested earnings (line 69

with sign reversed) 3,967 4,121 15,327

95 Intercompany debt -9,898 1,500 -11,942

96 U.S. affiliates’ payables -1,640 15,002 -5,394

97 U.S. affiliates’

receivables -8,258 -13,501 -6,548

98 Capital without current-cost

adjustment 25,492 5,832 28,321

99 Manufacturing 8,012 2,772 3,279

100 Wholesale trade 4,862 2,471 1,077

101 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance 1,817 3,097 21,499

102 Other 10,802 -2,508 2,466

103 Equity capital 34,045 2,882 27,654

104 Manufacturing 10,858 1,031 4,362

105 Wholesale trade 2,903 458 405

106 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance 9,767 329 19,729

107 Other 10,517 1,063 3,158

108 Reinvested earnings without

current-cost adjustment

(line 70 with sign

reversed) 1,345 1,450 12,609

109 Manufacturing 3,956 3,023 5,518

110 Wholesale trade -475 -3,439 897

111 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance -1,810 1,508 2,925

112 Other -326 358 3,269

113 Intercompany debt -9,898 1,500 -11,942

114 Manufacturing -6,802 -1,282 -6,601

115 Wholesale trade 2,434 5,452 -225

116 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance (2) -6,141 1,259 -1,155

117 Other 611 -3,929 -3,961

118 Royalties and license fees, net -2,498 -2,795 -3,025

119 U.S. affiliates’ payments

(table 1, part of line 26) -3,385 -3,576 -3,911

120 U.S. affiliates’ receipts

(table 1, part of line 9) 887 781 886

121 Other private services, net 1,098 1,302 1,247

122 U.S. affiliates’ payments

(table 1, part of line 27) 4,209 -3,981 4,579

123 U.S. affiliates’ receipts

(table 1, part of line 10) 5,307 5,283 5,826

Seasonally adjusted

2004 2005

Line (Credits +; debits -) III IV I (p)

U.S. direct investment abroad:

1 Income (table 1, line 14) 57,863 63,053 56,886

2 Earnings 56,316 61,498 55,426

3 Distributed earnings 12,238 11,238 33,511

4 Reinvested earnings 44,078 50,260 21,915

5 Reinvested earnings

without current-cost

adjustment 38,355 44,469 16,066

6 Current-cost adjustment 5,723 5,791 5,849

7 Interest 1,547 1,555 1,460

8 U.S. parents’ receipts 2,235 2,309 2,237

9 U.S. parents’ payments -688 -754 -777

10 Income without current-cost

adjustment 52,140 57,262 51,037

11 Manufacturing 11,967 12,471 12,106

12 Wholesale trade 5,887 7,141 5,705

13 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance 7,527 8,565 7,290

14 Holding companies, except

bank holding companies 15,444 16,451 14,801

15 Other 11,316 12,635 11,135

16 Earnings without current-cost

adjustment (line 2 less

line 6) 50,593 55,707 49,577

17 Manufacturing 11,628 12,127 11,746

18 Wholesale trade 5,771 7,019 5,589

19 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance 7,529 8,583 7,338

20 Holding companies, except

bank holding companies 15,080 16,087 14,418

21 Other 10,585 11,891 10,486

22 Interest 1,547 1,555 1,460

23 Manufacturing 339 344 360

24 Wholesale trade 116 122 116

25 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance (1) -2 -18 -48

26 Holding companies, except

bank holding companies 363 364 383

27 Other 731 744 649

28 Capital (table 1, line 51) -41,222 -99,997 -32,248

29 Equity capital 462 -50,451 -12,180

30 Increases in equity capital -7,342 -73,968 -16,345

31 Decreases in equity capital 7,805 23,517 4,165

32 Reinvested earnings (line 4

with sign reversed) -44,078 -50,260 -21,915

33 Intercompany debt 2,394 714 1,847

34 U.S. parents’ receivables -4,475 -8,783 -793

35 U.S. parents’ payables 6,869 9,497 2,640

36 Capital without current-cost

adjustment -35,499 -94,206 -26,399

37 Manufacturing -6,961 -13,862 -14,089

38 Wholesale trade -3,200 -4,716 -2,575

39 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance -7,314 -6,612 -6,041

40 Holding companies, except

bank holding companies -11,281 -61,694 1,486

41 Other -6,743 -7,322 -5,181

42 Equity capital 462 -50,451 -12,180

43 Manufacturing -1,759 -277 -7,966

44 Wholesale trade -42 -708 -353

45 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance -1,420 -2,334 -2,563

46 Holding companies, except

bank holding companies 787 -48,172 -2,266

47 Other 2,897 1,040 968

48 Reinvested earnings without

current-cost adjustment

(line 5 with sign

reversed) -38,355 -44,469 -16,066

49 Manufacturing -8,800 -10,203 -6,807

50 Wholesale trade -4,358 -5,592 -1,849

51 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance -5,325 -6,588 -4,284

52 Holding companies, except

bank holding companies -11,827 -12,479 2,310

53 Other -8,045 -9,607 -5,436

54 Intercompany debt 2,394 714 1,847

55 Manufacturing 3,598 -3,382 684

56 Wholesale trade 1,200 1,584 -373

57 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance (2) -569 2,310 806

58 Holding companies, except

bank holding companies -241 -1,043 1,442

59 Other -1,595 1,245 -713

60 Royalties and license fees, net 8,220 8,268 8,778

61 U.S. parents’ receipts

(table 1, part of line 9) 8,920 9,102 9,599

62 U.S. parents’ payments

(table 1, part of line 26) -700 -834 -821

63 Other private services, net 1,848 1,442 2,126

64 U.S. parents’ receipts

(table 1, part of line 10) 7,150 7,155 7,961

65 U.S. parents’ payments

(table 1, part of line 27) -5,302 -5,713 -5,835

Foreign direct investment in

the United States:

66 Income (table 1, line 31) -27,520 -29,640 -25,598

67 Earnings -22,744 -25,176 -21,160

68 Distributed earnings -4,137 -7,258 -10,309

69 Reinvested earnings -18,607 -17,917 -10,851

70 Reinvested earnings

without current-cost

adjustment -15,840 -15,100 -7,981

71 Current-cost adjustment -2,767 -2,817 -2,870

72 Interest 4,776 -4,464 4,438

73 U.S. affiliates’ payments -5,355 -5,263 -5,298

74 U.S. affiliates’ receipts 579 799 860

75 Income without current cost

adjustment -24,753 -26,823 -22,728

76 Manufacturing -10,004 -11,386 -11,311

77 Wholesale trade -5,133 -5,865 -3,887

78 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance -3,459 -3,233 -2,399

79 Other -6,157 -6,340 -5,132

80 Earnings without current-cost

adjustment (line 67 less

line 71) -19,977 -22,359 -18,290

81 Manufacturing -7,542 -9,117 -9,105

82 Wholesale trade -5,067 -5,807 -3,824

83 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance -3,132 -2,965 -2,105

84 Other 4,236 -4,470 -3,256

85 Interest -4,776 -4,464 -4,438

86 Manufacturing -2,462 -2,269 -2,206

87 Wholesale trade -66 -58 -63

88 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance (1) -327 -268 -293

89 Other -1,921 -1,870 -1,876

90 Capital (table 1, line 64) 35,666 31,622 28,807

91 Equity capital 19,355 18,765 13,187

92 Increases in equity capital 24,376 20,871 18,484

93 Decreases in equity capital -5,020 -2,106 -5,297

94 Reinvested earnings (line 69

with sign reversed) 18,607 17,917 10,851

95 Intercompany debt -2,296 -5,060 4,769

96 U.S. affiliates’ payables 4,933 -1,777 3,362

97 U.S. affiliates’

receivables -7,229 -3,282 1,407

98 Capital without current-cost

adjustment 32,899 28,805 25,937

99 Manufacturing 5,722 7,600 7,990

100 Wholesale trade 4,952 6,812 355

101 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance 16,745 6,714 7,911

102 Other 5,481 7,681 9,681

103 Equity capital 19,355 18,765 13,187

104 Manufacturing 1,343 3,920 2,686

105 Wholesale trade 473 879 -1,664

106 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance 13,683 8,066 5,954

107 Other 3,857 5,901 6,211

108 Reinvested earnings without

current-cost adjustment

(line 70 with sign

reversed) 15,840 15,100 7,981

109 Manufacturing 5,686 8,486 2,797

110 Wholesale trade 5,019 2,786 1,665

111 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance 2,465 214 1,180

112 Other 2,670 3,614 2,339

113 Intercompany debt -2,296 -5,060 4,769

114 Manufacturing -1,307 -4,806 2,507

115 Wholesale trade -540 3,147 354

116 Finance (including

depository institutions)

and insurance (2) 597 -1,567 777

117 Other -1,046 -1,834 1,131

118 Royalties and license fees, net -3,363 -2,715 -2,734

119 U.S. affiliates’ payments

(table 1, part of line 26) 4,026 -4,324 4,457

120 U.S. affiliates’ receipts

(table 1, part of line 9) 663 1,609 1,723

121 Other private services, net 1,078 934 1,697

122 U.S. affiliates’ payments

(table 1, part of line 27) 4,630 -4,625 4,593

123 U.S. affiliates’ receipts

(table 1, part of line 10) 5,708 5,559 6,290

Table 7a. Transactions in Long-term Securities

[Millions of dollars]

Line (Credits +; debits -) 2002 2003

A1 Foreign securities, net purchases (-) -48,568 -156,064

or net sales (+) by U.S. residents

(table 1, line 52 or lines 4 + 18

below)

2 Stocks, gross purchases by U.S.

residents 1,285,139 1,448,300

3 Stocks, gross sales by U.S.

residents 1,265,185 1,334,115

4 Stocks, net purchases by U.S.

residents -16,954 -114,185

5 New issues in the United States (1) -3,429 -313

6 Transactions in outstanding

stocks, net -13,525 -113,872

Net purchases by U.S. residents,

by area:

7 Europe -12,955 -38,681

8 Of which: United Kingdom -14,828 -38,333

9 Canada 4,003 -2,729

10 Caribbean financial centers (2) -7,937 -3,831

11 Latin America, excluding

Caribbean financial centers -2,014 1,021

12 Asia 2,055 -66,255

13 Of which: Japan -1,952 -39,548

14 Africa -23 -185

15 Other -83 -3,525

16 Bonds, gross purchases by U.S.

residents 1,404,006 1,602,086

17 Bonds, gross sales by U.S. residents 1,372,392 1,560,207

18 Bonds, net purchases by U.S.

residents -31,614 -41,879

19 New issues in the United States (1) -20,466 -21,262

20 Transactions in outstanding bonds,

net -11,148 -20,617

Net purchases by U.S. residents,

by area:

21 Europe -18,378 -29,155

22 Of which: United Kingdom -18,107 -26,405

23 Canada -6,243 2,032

24 Caribbean financial centers (2) -9,172 -24,818

25 Latin America, excluding

Caribbean financial centers 3,159 1,678

26 Asia -1,308 12,659

27 Of which: Japan -10,012 3,345

28 Africa -362 438

29 Other 690 -1,357

B1 U.S. securities, excluding transactions

in U.S. Treasury securities and

transactions of foreign official

agencies, net purchases (+) or net

sales (-) foreign residents

(table 1, line 66 or lines 4 + 16 +

30 below) 283,299 226,306

2 Stocks, gross purchases by foreign

residents 3,207,490 3,099,348

3 Stocks, gross sales by foreign

residents 3,151,438 3,064,068

4 Stocks, net purchases by foreign

residents 56,052 35,280

Net purchases by U.S. residents,

by area:

5 Europe 31,501 22,820

6 Of which: United Kingdom 14,367 408

7 Canada 12,883 11,469

8 Caribbean financial centers (2) -17,081 -1,651

9 Latin America, excluding

Caribbean financial centers 789 419

10 Asia 23,031 2,588

11 Of which: Japan 12,231 -2,323

12 Africa -89 230

13 Other 5,018 -595

14 Corporate bonds, gross purchases by

foreign residents 809,835 980,642

15 Corporate bonds, gross sales by

foreign residents 664,420 756,193

16 Corporate bonds, net purchases by

foreign residents 145,415 224,449

17 New issues sold abroad by U.S.

corporations (1) 57,786 69,105

18 Transactions in outstanding

bonds, net 87,629 155,344

Net purchases by foreign residents,

by area:

19 Europe 78,905 131,639

20 Of which: United Kingdom 55,811 88,702

21 Canada -48 5,319

22 Caribbean financial centers (2) 35,516 53,272

23 Latin America, excluding

Caribbean financial centers 4,574 6,740

24 Asia 22,695 24,858

25 Of which: Japan 10,794 10,639

26 Africa 132 402

27 Other 3,641 2,219

28 Federally sponsored agency bonds,

gross purchases by foreign

residents 1,588,733 1,786,497

29 Federally sponsored agency bonds,

gross sales by foreign residents 1,506,901 1,819,920

30 Federally sponsored agency bonds,

net purchase by foreign residents 81,832 -33,423

31 New issues sold abroad by

federally sponsored agencies (1) 47,649 49,061

32 Transactions in outstanding bonds,

net 34,183 -82,484

Net purchases by foreign residents,

by area:

33 Europe 4,689 -31,569

34 Of which: United Kingdom 22,382 13,773

35 Canada -1,886 -3,752

36 Caribbean financial centers (2) 23,179 9,640

37 Latin America, excluding

Caribbean financial centers 7,495 4,892

38 Asia 49,262 -10,094

39 Of which: Japan 16,827 -15,949

40 Africa 268 166

41 Other -1,175 -2,706

C1 U.S. Treasury bonds and notes,

excluding transactions of foreign

official agencies, net purchases

(+) or net sales (-) by foreign

residents (table 1, part of

line 65) 78,447 103,967

2 U.S. Treasury bond and notes, gross

purchases by foreign residents 6,616,138 7,438,589

3 U.S. Treasury bond and notes,

gross sales by foreign residents 6,537,691 7,334,622

Net purchases by foreign residents,

by area:

4 Europe 38,677 26,565

5 Canada -5,044 11,327

6 Caribbean financial centers (2) 14,752 8,606

7 Latin America, excluding Caribbean

financial centers 3,058 2,901

8 Asia 22,317 48,378

9 Africa 1,064 -65

10 Other 3,623 6,255

Memoranda:

Net purchase marketable long-term U.S.

securities by foreign official

agencies included elsewhere

in the international transactions

accounts, net purchases (+) or net

sales (-) (lines in table 4):

1 U.S. Treasury marketable bonds and 32,384 163,498

notes (line B4)

2 Other U.S. Government securities 30,505 39,943

(line B6)

3 U.S. corporate and other bonds 5,601 5,585

(part of line B16)

4 U.S. stocks (part of line B16) -1,985 -310

Not

seaso-

nally

adjusted

2003

Line (Credits +; debits -) 2004 I

A1 Foreign securities, net purchases (-) -102,383 -42,099

or net sales (+) by U.S. residents

(table 1, line 52 or lines 4 + 18

below)

2 Stocks, gross purchases by U.S.

residents 1,747,459 304,642

3 Stocks, gross sales by U.S.

residents 1,664,256 271,136

4 Stocks, net purchases by U.S.

residents -83,203 -33,506

5 New issues in the United States (1) -372 -201

6 Transactions in outstanding

stocks, net -82,831 -33,305

Net purchases by U.S. residents,

by area:

7 Europe -57,580 -23,542

8 Of which: United Kingdom -41,451 -22,749

9 Canada -13,437 111

10 Caribbean financial centers (2) 817 -4,267

11 Latin America, excluding

Caribbean financial centers 2,226 420

12 Asia -38,443 -5,590

13 Of which: Japan -33,062 -2,819

14 Africa -20 -79

15 Other 23,234 -559

16 Bonds, gross purchases by U.S.

residents 1,475,252 369,284

17 Bonds, gross sales by U.S. residents 1,456,072 360,691

18 Bonds, net purchases by U.S.

residents -19,180 -8,593

19 New issues in the United States (1) -15,664 -10,138

20 Transactions in outstanding bonds,

net -3,516 1,545

Net purchases by U.S. residents,

by area:

21 Europe -51,600 -2,907

22 Of which: United Kingdom -59,714 1,542

23 Canada -440 2,804

24 Caribbean financial centers (2) -1,094 -10,932

25 Latin America, excluding

Caribbean financial centers 2,435 1,690

26 Asia 31,822 3,989

27 Of which: Japan 12,546 1,142

28 Africa 1,632 54

29 Other -1,935 89

B1 U.S. securities, excluding transactions

in U.S. Treasury securities and

transactions of foreign official

agencies, net purchases (+) or net

sales (-) foreign residents

(table 1, line 66 or lines 4 + 16 +

30 below) 369,793 51,997

2 Stocks, gross purchases by foreign

residents 3,989,421 654,665

3 Stocks, gross sales by foreign

residents 3,928,886 657,421

4 Stocks, net purchases by foreign

residents 60,535 -2,756

Net purchases by U.S. residents,

by area:

5 Europe 36,384 719

6 Of which: United Kingdom 29,159 -1,227

7 Canada 3,942 2,211

8 Caribbean financial centers (2) 1,827 -6,836

9 Latin America, excluding

Caribbean financial centers -376 -238

10 Asia 6,546 4,267

11 Of which: Japan 4,946 1,486

12 Africa -77 -7

13 Other 12,289 -2,872

14 Corporate bonds, gross purchases by

foreign residents 1,142,793 220,238

15 Corporate bonds, gross sales by

foreign residents 899,822 166,372

16 Corporate bonds, net purchases by

foreign residents 242,971 53,866

17 New issues sold abroad by U.S.

corporations (1) 84,876 18,625

18 Transactions in outstanding

bonds, net 158,095 35,241

Net purchases by foreign residents,

by area:

19 Europe 116,554 35,870

20 Of which: United Kingdom 60,824 24,779

21 Canada 6,007 1,383

22 Caribbean financial centers (2) 48,026 9,779

23 Latin America, excluding

Caribbean financial centers 20,279 1,413

24 Asia 48,982 4,615

25 Of which: Japan 30,533 227

26 Africa 558 119

27 Other 2,565 687

28 Federally sponsored agency bonds,

gross purchases by foreign

residents 1,100,350 430,961

29 Federally sponsored agency bonds,

gross sales by foreign residents 1,034,063 430,074

30 Federally sponsored agency bonds,

net purchase by foreign residents 66,287 887

31 New issues sold abroad by

federally sponsored agencies (1) 55,637 14,521

32 Transactions in outstanding bonds,

net 10,650 -13,634

Net purchases by foreign residents,

by area:

33 Europe 28,470 2,328

34 Of which: United Kingdom 46,788 11,509

35 Canada 4,904 -1,213

36 Caribbean financial centers (2) 10,892 -7,298

37 Latin America, excluding

Caribbean financial centers 1,719 1,111

38 Asia 20,708 6,324

39 Of which: Japan 16,616 547

40 Africa -125 166

41 Other -281 -531

C1 U.S. Treasury bonds and notes,

excluding transactions of foreign

official agencies, net purchases

(+) or net sales (-) by foreign

residents (table 1, part of

line 65) 85,826 9,873

2 U.S. Treasury bond and notes, gross

purchases by foreign residents 8,057,389 1,537,707

3 U.S. Treasury bond and notes,

gross sales by foreign residents 7,971,563 1,527,834

Net purchases by foreign residents,

by area:

4 Europe 62,703 -11,696

5 Canada 162,501 -1,269

6 Caribbean financial centers (2) 22,105 10,852

7 Latin America, excluding Caribbean

financial centers -3,382 1,748

8 Asia -11,717 9,689

9 Africa 679 27

10 Other -812 522

Memoranda:

Net purchase marketable long-term U.S.

securities by foreign official

agencies included elsewhere

in the international transactions

accounts, net purchases (+) or net

sales (-) (lines in table 4):

1 U.S. Treasury marketable bonds and 256,816 13,406

notes (line B4)

2 Other U.S. Government securities 38,485 11,184

(line B6)

3 U.S. corporate and other bonds 11,384 1,201

(part of line B16)

4 U.S. stocks (part of line B16) 1,376 52

Not seasonally

adjusted

2003

Line (Credits +; debits -) II III

A1 Foreign securities, net purchases (-) -17,474 -47,918

or net sales (+) by U.S. residents

(table 1, line 52 or lines 4 + 18

below)

2 Stocks, gross purchases by U.S.

residents 335,559 400,826

3 Stocks, gross sales by U.S.

residents 317,925 364,769

4 Stocks, net purchases by U.S.

residents -17,634 -36,057

5 New issues in the United States (1) … -112

6 Transactions in outstanding

stocks, net -17,634 -35,945

Net purchases by U.S. residents,

by area:

7 Europe -9,455 -9,226

8 Of which: United Kingdom -6,622 -5,365

9 Canada -1,610 -1,130

10 Caribbean financial centers (2) -1,144 1,547

11 Latin America, excluding

Caribbean financial centers 709 81

12 Asia -5,566 -27,861

13 Of which: Japan -2,849 -17,743

14 Africa -48 -182

15 Other -520 714

16 Bonds, gross purchases by U.S.

residents 433,525 422,915

17 Bonds, gross sales by U.S. residents 433,685 411,054

18 Bonds, net purchases by U.S.

residents 160 -11,861

19 New issues in the United States (1) -2,282 -3,235

20 Transactions in outstanding bonds,

net 2,442 -8,626

Net purchases by U.S. residents,

by area:

21 Europe 4,770 -18,238

22 Of which: United Kingdom -1,091 -18,114

23 Canada -1,337 1,215

24 Caribbean financial centers (2) -5,167 -8,857

25 Latin America, excluding

Caribbean financial centers 2,820 2,833

26 Asia 6,162 10,988

27 Of which: Japan 1,992 6,299

28 Africa 188 203

29 Other -1,636 -5

B1 U.S. securities, excluding transactions

in U.S. Treasury securities and

transactions of foreign official

agencies, net purchases (+) or net

sales (-) foreign residents

(table 1, line 66 or lines 4 + 16 +

30 below) 87,725 14,298

2 Stocks, gross purchases by foreign

residents 818,810 778,668

3 Stocks, gross sales by foreign

residents 798,914 783,314

4 Stocks, net purchases by foreign

residents 19,896 -4,646

Net purchases by U.S. residents,

by area:

5 Europe 8,753 -2,290

6 Of which: United Kingdom 1,282 -3,145

7 Canada 4,441 -2,156

8 Caribbean financial centers (2) 4,125 564

9 Latin America, excluding

Caribbean financial centers 510 52

10 Asia 1,078 -1,474

11 Of which: Japan -2,423 -1,283

12 Africa 120 -34

13 Other 869 692

14 Corporate bonds, gross purchases by

foreign residents 263,426 246,318

15 Corporate bonds, gross sales by

foreign residents 202,570 194,026

16 Corporate bonds, net purchases by

foreign residents 60,856 52,292

17 New issues sold abroad by U.S.

corporations (1) 15,185 20,991

18 Transactions in outstanding

bonds, net 45,671 31,301

Net purchases by foreign residents,

by area:

19 Europe 35,062 27,582

20 Of which: United Kingdom 24,772 16,746

21 Canada 1,243 1,206

22 Caribbean financial centers (2) 15,003 14,394

23 Latin America, excluding

Caribbean financial centers 2,007 2,069

24 Asia 6,845 6,522

25 Of which: Japan 3,013 3,532

26 Africa 117 77

27 Other 579 442

28 Federally sponsored agency bonds,

gross purchases by foreign

residents 672,951 490,342

29 Federally sponsored agency bonds,

gross sales by foreign residents 665,978 523,690

30 Federally sponsored agency bonds,

net purchase by foreign residents 6,973 -33,348

31 New issues sold abroad by

federally sponsored agencies (1) 12,153 8,929

32 Transactions in outstanding bonds,

net -5,180 -42,277

Net purchases by foreign residents,

by area:

33 Europe -13,419 -12,358

34 Of which: United Kingdom 2,808 -1,309

35 Canada -1,723 -973

36 Caribbean financial centers (2) 15,111 -389

37 Latin America, excluding

Caribbean financial centers 760 1,405

38 Asia 7,408 -20,088

39 Of which: Japan 2,757 -18,136

40 Africa 1 25

41 Other -1,165 -970

C1 U.S. Treasury bonds and notes,

excluding transactions of foreign

official agencies, net purchases

(+) or net sales (-) by foreign

residents (table 1, part of

line 65) 57,194 39,204

2 U.S. Treasury bond and notes, gross

purchases by foreign residents 1,978,545 2,209,676

3 U.S. Treasury bond and notes,

gross sales by foreign residents 1,921,351 2,170,472

Net purchases by foreign residents,

by area:

4 Europe 23,233 20,294

5 Canada 3,967 6,528

6 Caribbean financial centers (2) 1,275 1,931

7 Latin America, excluding Caribbean

financial centers -301 1,163

8 Asia 26,710 7,283

9 Africa 48 -46

10 Other 2,262 2,051

Memoranda:

Net purchase marketable long-term U.S.

securities by foreign official

agencies included elsewhere

in the international transactions

accounts, net purchases (+) or net

sales (-) (lines in table 4):

1 U.S. Treasury marketable bonds and 38,850 36,986

notes (line B4)

2 Other U.S. Government securities 4,882 7,458

(line B6)

3 U.S. corporate and other bonds 731 1,263

(part of line B16)

4 U.S. stocks (part of line B16) 20 76

Not seasonally

adjusted

2003 2004

Line (Credits +; debits -) IV I

A1 Foreign securities, net purchases (-) -48,573 -15,532

or net sales (+) by U.S. residents

(table 1, line 52 or lines 4 + 18

below)

2 Stocks, gross purchases by U.S.

residents 407,273 451,200

3 Stocks, gross sales by U.S.

residents 380,285 434,581

4 Stocks, net purchases by U.S.

residents -26,988 -16,619

5 New issues in the United States (1) … -75

6 Transactions in outstanding

stocks, net -26,988 -165,441

Net purchases by U.S. residents,

by area:

7 Europe 3,542 -1,053

8 Of which: United Kingdom -3,597 332

9 Canada -100 485

10 Caribbean financial centers (2) 33 -1,614

11 Latin America, excluding

Caribbean financial centers -189 1,137

12 Asia -27,238 -15,556

13 Of which: Japan -16,137 -15,406

14 Africa 124 17

15 Other -3,160 -35

16 Bonds, gross purchases by U.S.

residents 376,362 436,432

17 Bonds, gross sales by U.S. residents 354,777 437,519

18 Bonds, net purchases by U.S.

residents -21,585 1,087

19 New issues in the United States (1) -5,607 -4,518

20 Transactions in outstanding bonds,

net -15,978 5,605

Net purchases by U.S. residents,

by area:

21 Europe -12,780 -12,658

22 Of which: United Kingdom -8,742 -16,588

23 Canada -650 2,882

24 Caribbean financial centers (2) 138 305

25 Latin America, excluding

Caribbean financial centers -1 1,240

26 Asia -8,480 9,396

27 Of which: Japan -6,088 1,985

28 Africa -7 200

29 Other 195 -278

B1 U.S. securities, excluding transactions

in U.S. Treasury securities and

transactions of foreign official

agencies, net purchases (+) or net

sales (-) foreign residents

(table 1, line 66 or lines 4 + 16 +

30 below) 72,286 45,476

2 Stocks, gross purchases by foreign

residents 847,205 988,581

3 Stocks, gross sales by foreign

residents 824,419 983,826

4 Stocks, net purchases by foreign

residents 22,786 4,755

Net purchases by U.S. residents,

by area:

5 Europe 15,638 4,938

6 Of which: United Kingdom 3,498 1,621

7 Canada 6,973 2,906

8 Caribbean financial centers (2) 496 -444

9 Latin America, excluding

Caribbean financial centers 95 195

10 Asia -1,283 -3,278

11 Of which: Japan -103 -3,277

12 Africa 151 -197

13 Other 716 635

14 Corporate bonds, gross purchases by

foreign residents 250,660 283,009

15 Corporate bonds, gross sales by

foreign residents 193,225 240,077

16 Corporate bonds, net purchases by

foreign residents 57,435 42,932

17 New issues sold abroad by U.S.

corporations (1) 14,304 19,181

18 Transactions in outstanding

bonds, net 43,131 23,751

Net purchases by foreign residents,

by area:

19 Europe 33,125 14,253

20 Of which: United Kingdom 22,405 618

21 Canada 1,487 1,091

22 Caribbean financial centers (2) 14,096 11,510

23 Latin America, excluding

Caribbean financial centers 1,251 1,968

24 Asia 6,876 12,756

25 Of which: Japan 3,867 9,856

26 Africa 89 69

27 Other 511 1,285

28 Federally sponsored agency bonds,

gross purchases by foreign

residents 192,243 276,874

29 Federally sponsored agency bonds,

gross sales by foreign residents 200,178 279,085

30 Federally sponsored agency bonds,

net purchase by foreign residents -7,935 -2,211

31 New issues sold abroad by

federally sponsored agencies (1) 13,458 20,639

32 Transactions in outstanding bonds,

net -21,393 -22,850

Net purchases by foreign residents,

by area:

33 Europe -8,120 -7,124

34 Of which: United Kingdom 765 4,681

35 Canada 157 2,394

36 Caribbean financial centers (2) 2,216 -1,555

37 Latin America, excluding

Caribbean financial centers 1,616 647

38 Asia -3,738 3,392

39 Of which: Japan -1,117 -2,758

40 Africa -26 142

41 Other -40 -107

C1 U.S. Treasury bonds and notes,

excluding transactions of foreign

official agencies, net purchases

(+) or net sales (-) by foreign

residents (table 1, part of

line 65) -2,304 27,246

2 U.S. Treasury bond and notes, gross

purchases by foreign residents 1,712,661 1,866,879

3 U.S. Treasury bond and notes,

gross sales by foreign residents 1,714,965 1,839,633

Net purchases by foreign residents,

by area:

4 Europe -5,266 19,467

5 Canada 2,101 4,382

6 Caribbean financial centers (2) -5,452 12,564

7 Latin America, excluding Caribbean

financial centers 291 -3,107

8 Asia 4,696 -4

9 Africa -94 121

10 Other 1,420 -1,603

Memoranda:

Net purchase marketable long-term U.S.

securities by foreign official

agencies included elsewhere

in the international transactions

accounts, net purchases (+) or net

sales (-) (lines in table 4):

1 U.S. Treasury marketable bonds and 74,256 93,798

notes (line B4)

2 Other U.S. Government securities 16,419 11,424

(line B6)

3 U.S. corporate and other bonds 2,390 1,893

(part of line B16)

4 U.S. stocks (part of line B16) -458 -451

Not seasonally

adjusted

2004

Line (Credits +; debits -) II III

A1 Foreign securities, net purchases (-) -30,181 -38,444

or net sales (+) by U.S. residents

(table 1, line 52 or lines 4 + 18

below)

2 Stocks, gross purchases by U.S.

residents 475,965 383,967

3 Stocks, gross sales by U.S.

residents 435,748 367,227

4 Stocks, net purchases by U.S.

residents -40,217 -16,740

5 New issues in the United States (1) -92 …

6 Transactions in outstanding

stocks, net -40,125 -16,740

Net purchases by U.S. residents,

by area:

7 Europe -23,668 -12,174

8 Of which: United Kingdom -17,997 -8,411

9 Canada -11,663 -544

10 Caribbean financial centers (2) -2,653 1,252

11 Latin America, excluding

Caribbean financial centers 1,141 310

12 Asia -2,979 -4,221

13 Of which: Japan -5,722 -3,598

14 Africa 34 369

15 Other -429 -1,732

16 Bonds, gross purchases by U.S.

residents 318,024 351,132

17 Bonds, gross sales by U.S. residents 328,060 329,428

18 Bonds, net purchases by U.S.

residents 10,036 -21,704

19 New issues in the United States (1) -2,261 -5,039

20 Transactions in outstanding bonds,

net 12,297 -16,665

Net purchases by U.S. residents,

by area:

21 Europe -4,874 -23,881

22 Of which: United Kingdom -5,782 -25,268

23 Canada -825 -524

24 Caribbean financial centers (2) -2,605 3,581

25 Latin America, excluding

Caribbean financial centers 2,738 393

26 Asia 16,386 -1,694

27 Of which: Japan 10,294 -3,648

28 Africa 410 72

29 Other -1,194 349

B1 U.S. securities, excluding transactions

in U.S. Treasury securities and

transactions of foreign official

agencies, net purchases (+) or net

sales (-) foreign residents

(table 1, line 66 or lines 4 + 16 +

30 below) 81,678 84,401

2 Stocks, gross purchases by foreign

residents 1,026,924 893,898

3 Stocks, gross sales by foreign

residents 1,018,008 892,781

4 Stocks, net purchases by foreign

residents 8,916 1,117

Net purchases by U.S. residents,

by area:

5 Europe 6,516 -292

6 Of which: United Kingdom 5,019 1,239

7 Canada 1,931 565

8 Caribbean financial centers (2) -5,582 -922

9 Latin America, excluding

Caribbean financial centers -267 -51

10 Asia 5,724 1,981

11 Of which: Japan 2,450 1,947

12 Africa 12 107

13 Other 582 -271

14 Corporate bonds, gross purchases by

foreign residents 265,446 288,528

15 Corporate bonds, gross sales by

foreign residents 217,175 206,083

16 Corporate bonds, net purchases by

foreign residents 48,271 82,445

17 New issues sold abroad by U.S.

corporations (1) 23,611 23,875

18 Transactions in outstanding

bonds, net 24,660 58,570

Net purchases by foreign residents,

by area:

19 Europe 18,700 47,719

20 Of which: United Kingdom 6,117 27,918

21 Canada 879 1,736

22 Caribbean financial centers (2) 15,287 11,663

23 Latin America, excluding

Caribbean financial centers 3,567 7,040

24 Asia 9,062 13,375

25 Of which: Japan 6,374 6,937

26 Africa 157 197

27 Other 619 715

28 Federally sponsored agency bonds,

gross purchases by foreign

residents 333,845 258,877

29 Federally sponsored agency bonds,

gross sales by foreign residents 309,354 258,038

30 Federally sponsored agency bonds,

net purchase by foreign residents 24,491 839

31 New issues sold abroad by

federally sponsored agencies (1) 11,371 11,967

32 Transactions in outstanding bonds,

net 13,120 -11,128

Net purchases by foreign residents,

by area:

33 Europe 9,726 4,942

34 Of which: United Kingdom 14,350 11,763

35 Canada 786 513

36 Caribbean financial centers (2) 5,473 742

37 Latin America, excluding

Caribbean financial centers -1,818 1,685

38 Asia 10,324 -7,024

39 Of which: Japan 7,828 -6,555

40 Africa 134 -2,501

41 Other -134 231

C1 U.S. Treasury bonds and notes,

excluding transactions of foreign

official agencies, net purchases

(+) or net sales (-) by foreign

residents (table 1, part of

line 65) 60,409 -3,719

2 U.S. Treasury bond and notes, gross

purchases by foreign residents 2,101,105 1,991,836

3 U.S. Treasury bond and notes,

gross sales by foreign residents 2,040,696 1,995,555

Net purchases by foreign residents,

by area:

4 Europe 16,484 -1,668

5 Canada 13,171 2,892

6 Caribbean financial centers (2) 38,047 1,501

7 Latin America, excluding Caribbean

financial centers 4,602 -4,464

8 Asia -501 -2,010

9 Africa 325 129

10 Other 135 -99

Memoranda:

Net purchase marketable long-term U.S.

securities by foreign official

agencies included elsewhere

in the international transactions

accounts, net purchases (+) or net

sales (-) (lines in table 4):

1 U.S. Treasury marketable bonds and 61,564 44,409

notes (line B4)

2 Other U.S. Government securities 479 11,542

(line B6)

3 U.S. corporate and other bonds 1,943 3,167

(part of line B16)

4 U.S. stocks (part of line B16) 245 149

Not seasonally

adjusted

2004 2005

Line (Credits +; debits -) IV I (p)

A1 Foreign securities, net purchases (-) -18,226 -34,808

or net sales (+) by U.S. residents

(table 1, line 52 or lines 4 + 18

below)

2 Stocks, gross purchases by U.S.

residents 436,327 522,118

3 Stocks, gross sales by U.S.

residents 426,700 482,347

4 Stocks, net purchases by U.S.

residents -9,627 -39,771

5 New issues in the United States (1) -205 …

6 Transactions in outstanding

stocks, net -9,422 …

Net purchases by U.S. residents,

by area:

7 Europe -20,685 -21,106

8 Of which: United Kingdom -15,375 -17,231

9 Canada -1,715 -2,748

10 Caribbean financial centers (2) 3,832 -2,533

11 Latin America, excluding

Caribbean financial centers -362 -292

12 Asia -15,687 -11,101

13 Of which: Japan -8,336 -4,465

14 Africa -440 -70

15 Other 25,430 -1,921

16 Bonds, gross purchases by U.S.

residents 369,664 381,947

17 Bonds, gross sales by U.S. residents 361,065 386,910

18 Bonds, net purchases by U.S.

residents -8,599 4,963

19 New issues in the United States (1) -3,846 …

20 Transactions in outstanding bonds,

net -4,753 …

Net purchases by U.S. residents,

by area:

21 Europe -10,187 -1,471

22 Of which: United Kingdom -12,076 -8,521

23 Canada -1,973 3,180

24 Caribbean financial centers (2) -2,375 -542

25 Latin America, excluding

Caribbean financial centers -1,936 -2,431

26 Asia 7,734 6,232

27 Of which: Japan 3,915 345

28 Africa 950 160

29 Other -812 -165

B1 U.S. securities, excluding transactions

in U.S. Treasury securities and

transactions of foreign official

agencies, net purchases (+) or net

sales (-) foreign residents

(table 1, line 66 or lines 4 + 16 +

30 below) 158,238 88,207

2 Stocks, gross purchases by foreign

residents 1,080,018 1,075,381

3 Stocks, gross sales by foreign

residents 1,034,271 1,046,530

4 Stocks, net purchases by foreign

residents 45,747 28,851

Net purchases by U.S. residents,

by area:

5 Europe 25,222 17,476

6 Of which: United Kingdom 21,280 12,179

7 Canada -1,460 2,907

8 Caribbean financial centers (2) 8,775 6,494

9 Latin America, excluding

Caribbean financial centers -253 -184

10 Asia 2,119 2,432

11 Of which: Japan 3,826 -85

12 Africa 1 138

13 Other 11,343 -412

14 Corporate bonds, gross purchases by

foreign residents 305,810 310,265

15 Corporate bonds, gross sales by

foreign residents 236,487 251,674

16 Corporate bonds, net purchases by

foreign residents 69,323 58,591

17 New issues sold abroad by U.S.

corporations (1) 18,209 …

18 Transactions in outstanding

bonds, net 51,114 …

Net purchases by foreign residents,

by area:

19 Europe 35,882 35,008

20 Of which: United Kingdom 26,171 16,336

21 Canada 2,301 390

22 Caribbean financial centers (2) 9,566 6,109

23 Latin America, excluding

Caribbean financial centers 7,704 2,088

24 Asia 13,789 13,065

25 Of which: Japan 7,366 5,720

26 Africa 135 210

27 Other -54 1,721

28 Federally sponsored agency bonds,

gross purchases by foreign

residents 230,754 223,663

29 Federally sponsored agency bonds,

gross sales by foreign residents 187,586 222,898

30 Federally sponsored agency bonds,

net purchase by foreign residents 43,168 765

31 New issues sold abroad by

federally sponsored agencies (1) 11,660 …

32 Transactions in outstanding bonds,

net 31,508 …

Net purchases by foreign residents,

by area:

33 Europe 20,926 6,072

34 Of which: United Kingdom 15,994 12,726

35 Canada 1,211 2,531

36 Caribbean financial centers (2) 6,232 -1,310

37 Latin America, excluding

Caribbean financial centers 1,205 4,737

38 Asia 14,016 -10,885

39 Of which: Japan 18,101 -5,566

40 Africa -151 -211

41 Other -271 -169

C1 U.S. Treasury bonds and notes,

excluding transactions of foreign

official agencies, net purchases

(+) or net sales (-) by foreign

residents (table 1, part of

line 65) 1,890 75,145

2 U.S. Treasury bond and notes, gross

purchases by foreign residents 2,097,569 2,370,962

3 U.S. Treasury bond and notes,

gross sales by foreign residents 2,095,679 2,295,817

Net purchases by foreign residents,

by area:

4 Europe 28,420 17,123

5 Canada 7,659 5,854

6 Caribbean financial centers (2) -30,007 63,686

7 Latin America, excluding Caribbean

financial centers -413 966

8 Asia -4,737 -12,637

9 Africa 213 850

10 Other 755 -697

Memoranda:

Net purchase marketable long-term U.S.

securities by foreign official

agencies included elsewhere

in the international transactions

accounts, net purchases (+) or net

sales (-) (lines in table 4):

1 U.S. Treasury marketable bonds and 57,045 23,629

notes (line B4)

2 Other U.S. Government securities 15,040 24,927

(line B6)

3 U.S. corporate and other bonds 4,381 2,958

(part of line B16)

4 U.S. stocks (part of line B16) 1,433 -439

Table 8a. Claims on and Liabilities to Unaffiliated Foreigners

Reported by U.S. Nonbanking Concerns Except Securities Brokers (1)

[Millions of dollars]

(Credits +; decrease in U.S.

assets or increase in U.S.

Line liabilites. Debits -; increase 2002 2003 2004

in U.S. assets or decrease in

U.S. liabilities.)

A1 Claims, total (table 1, line 53) -49,403 -24,240 -149,001

2 Financial claims -50,036 -21,961 -150,068

3 Denominated in US dollars -42,533 -5,417 -125,482

4 Denominated in foreign

currencies -7,503 -16,544 -24,586

By instrument: (3)

5 Resale agreements … 2,787 -10,670

6 Negotiable certificates of

deposit … 44 54

7 Other short-term

instruments

(including money market

instruments) … 2,074 -6,730

8 Deposits -27,645 -10,245 -109,490

9 Other claims -22,391 -16,621 -23,232

10 Of which: Financial

intermediaries’

accounts (4) -23,445 -14,613 -10,614

By area:

11 Europe -37,127 -39,127 -44,890

Of which:

12 United Kingdom -28,652 -30,582 -30,736

13 Germany 3,476 2,383 16,873

14 Caribbean financial

centers (5) -10,403 25,554 -98,912

15 Other -2,506 -8,388 -6,266

16 Commercial claims 633 -2,279 1,067

17 Denominated in US dollars 2,925 182 -1,955

16 Denominated in foreign

currencies -2,292 -2,461 3,022

By instrument:

19 Trade receivables 1,133 -2,226 -449

20 Advance payments and

other claims -500 -53 1,516

By area:

21 Europe -190 -175 1,190

22 Canada 69 -314 1,064

23 Asia 515 -57 -1,529

24 Other 239 -1,733 342

B1 Liabilities, total (table 1,

line 68) 95,932 99,676 124,358

2 Financial liabilities 80,315 99,947 122,265

3 Denominated in US dollars 63,958 103,026 94,476

4 Denominated in foreign 16,357 -3,079 27,789

currencies

By instrument: (3)

5 Repurchase agreements … 6,785 19,604

6 Short-term instruments … -8,590 -2,978

7 Other liabilities 80,315 101,752 105,639

8 Of which: Financial

intermediaries’

accounts (4) 20,151 10,732 2,889

By area:

9 Europe 45,658 85,035 90,609

Of which:

10 United Kingdom 36,296 64,587 84,017

11 Germany 4,377 14,565 1,504

12 Caribbean financial

centers (5) 29,458 13,382 23,041

13 Other 5,199 1,530 8,615

14 Commercial liabilities 15,617 -271 2,093

15 Denominated in US dollars 15,247 -573 1,429

16 Denominated in foreign

currencies 370 302 664

By instrument:

17 Trade payables 2,519 2,502 903

18 Advance receipts and other

liabilities 13,098 -2,773 1,190

By area:

19 Europe 4,621 1,909 1,117

20 Canada 3,259 -1,496 -71

21 Asia 6,432 -221 477

22 Other 1,305 -463 570

Not seasonally adjusted

2003

(Credits +; decrease in U.S.

assets or increase in U.S.

Line liabilites. Debits -; increase I II III

in U.S. assets or decrease in

U.S. liabilities.)

A1 Claims, total (table 1, line 53) -1,952 -16,383 21,818

2 Financial claims -2,936 -14,013 20,786

3 Denominated in US dollars 3,215 -19,154 43,509

4 Denominated in foreign

currencies -6,151 5,141 -22,723

By instrument: (3)

5 Resale agreements 1,624 1,231 -677

6 Negotiable certificates of

deposit -41 108 -24

7 Other short-term

instruments

(including money market

instruments) 1,578 469 69

8 Deposits 2,151 -16,266 24,003

9 Other claims -8,248 445 -2,585

10 Of which: Financial

intermediaries’

accounts (4) -2,172 -1,082 -123

By area:

11 Europe -33,079 -11,670 13,507

Of which:

12 United Kingdom -25,829 -7,763 12,405

13 Germany 3,801 713 -442

14 Caribbean financial

centers (5) 35,388 4,889 11,085

15 Other -5,245 2,546 -3,806

16 Commercial claims 984 -2,370 1,032

17 Denominated in US dollars 5,054 -3,713 41

16 Denominated in foreign

currencies -4,070 1,343 991

By instrument:

19 Trade receivables 893 -909 321

20 Advance payments and

other claims 91 -1,461 711

By area:

21 Europe 693 -1,636 1,055

22 Canada 114 -355 287

23 Asia 1,103 -416 65

24 Other -926 37 -375

B1 Liabilities, total (table 1,

line 68) 72,474 13,379 8,875

2 Financial liabilities 72,745 15,246 9,675

3 Denominated in US dollars 57,433 20,808 17,987

4 Denominated in foreign 15,312 -5,562 -8,312

currencies

By instrument: (3)

5 Repurchase agreements 5,753 -659 206

6 Short-term instruments 749 -3,861 -1,172

7 Other liabilities 66,243 19,766 10,641

8 Of which: Financial

intermediaries’

accounts (4) 6,927 2,817 -5,790

By area:

9 Europe 68,403 -1,159 16,513

Of which:

10 United Kingdom 60,804 -2,753 17,490

11 Germany 10,420 5,607 -6,078

12 Caribbean financial

centers (5) -1,647 19,263 -7,373

13 Other 5,989 -2,858 535

14 Commercial liabilities -271 -1,867 -800

15 Denominated in US dollars -1,961 -319 -652

16 Denominated in foreign

currencies 1,690 -1,548 -148

By instrument:

17 Trade payables 425 185 1,042

18 Advance receipts and other

liabilities -696 -2,052 -1,842

By area:

19 Europe -382 224 -703

20 Canada -9 -87 -326

21 Asia -1,962 736 -342

22 Other 2,082 -2,740 571

Not seasonally adjusted

2003 2004

(Credits +; decrease in U.S.

assets or increase in U.S.

Line liabilites. Debits -; increase IV I II

in U.S. assets or decrease in

U.S. liabilities.)

A1 Claims, total (table 1, line 53) -27,723 -55,452 -5,390

2 Financial claims -25,798 -54,897 -4,954

3 Denominated in US dollars -32,987 -44,302 -2,428

4 Denominated in foreign

currencies 7,189 -10,595 -2,526

By instrument: (3)

5 Resale agreements 609 -936 -6,084

6 Negotiable certificates of

deposit 1 151 -123

7 Other short-term

instruments

(including money market

instruments) -42 583 -2,876

8 Deposits -20,133 -51,457 11,251

9 Other claims -6,233 -3,238 -7,122

10 Of which: Financial

intermediaries’

accounts (4) -11,236 -108 -1,484

By area:

11 Europe -7,885 -37,119 14,412

Of which:

12 United Kingdom -9,395 -24,008 10,058

13 Germany -1,689 5,473 3,316

14 Caribbean financial

centers (5) -16,030 -15,688 -23,279

15 Other -1,883 -2,090 3,913

16 Commercial claims -1,925 -555 -36

17 Denominated in US dollars -1,200 -929 -961

16 Denominated in foreign

currencies -725 374 525

By instrument:

19 Trade receivables -2,531 -280 -1,119

20 Advance payments and

other claims 606 -275 683

By area:

21 Europe -287 -62 1,024

22 Canada -360 -207 970

23 Asia -809 107 -949

24 Other 469 -393 -1,481

B1 Liabilities, total (table 1,

line 68) 4,948 44,623 3,887

2 Financial liabilities 2,281 40,456 4,436

3 Denominated in US dollars 6,798 71,963 -30,730

4 Denominated in foreign -4,517 -31,507 35,166

currencies

By instrument: (3)

5 Repurchase agreements 1,485 6,305 11,046

6 Short-term instruments -4,306 -4,024 1,069

7 Other liabilities 5,102 38,175 -7,679

8 Of which: Financial

intermediaries’

accounts (4) 6,778 -6,517 -2,802

By area:

9 Europe 1,278 36,869 -2,780

Of which:

10 United Kingdom -10,954 37,835 -7,047

11 Germany 4,616 -2,422 287

12 Caribbean financial

centers (5) 3,139 -2,446 9,621

13 Other -2,136 6,033 -2,405

14 Commercial liabilities 2,667 4,167 -549

15 Denominated in US dollars 2,359 4,367 -803

16 Denominated in foreign

currencies 308 -200 254

By instrument:

17 Trade payables 850 316 918

18 Advance receipts and other

liabilities 1,817 3,851 -1,467

By area:

19 Europe 2,770 1,869 -1,177

20 Canada -1,074 261 344

21 Asia 1,347 937 -165

22 Other -376 1,100 449

Not seasonally

adjusted

2004

(Credits +; decrease in U.S.

assets or increase in U.S.

Line liabilites. Debits -; increase III IV

in U.S. assets or decrease in

U.S. liabilities.)

A1 Claims, total (table 1, line 53) -13,490 -74,669

2 Financial claims -16,179 -74,038

3 Denominated in US dollars -21,401 -57,351

4 Denominated in foreign

currencies 5,222 -16,687

By instrument: (3)

5 Resale agreements 372 -4,022

6 Negotiable certificates of

deposit 59 -33

7 Other short-term

instruments

(including money market

instruments) -2,184 -2,253

8 Deposits -16,333 -52,951

9 Other claims 1,907 -14,779

10 Of which: Financial

intermediaries’

accounts (4) -2,244 -11,266

By area:

11 Europe -1,120 -21,063

Of which:

12 United Kingdom -1,690 -15,096

13 Germany 1,806 6,278

14 Caribbean financial

centers (5) -14,922 45,023

15 Other -137 -7,952

16 Commercial claims 2,689 -631

17 Denominated in US dollars -502 437

16 Denominated in foreign

currencies 3,191 -1,068

By instrument:

19 Trade receivables 2,592 -1,642

20 Advance payments and

other claims 97 1,011

By area:

21 Europe 561 -333

22 Canada 34 267

23 Asia -431 -256

24 Other 2,525 -309

B1 Liabilities, total (table 1,

line 68) 14,752 61,096

2 Financial liabilities 15,386 61,987

3 Denominated in US dollars 4,602 48,641

4 Denominated in foreign 10,784 13,346

currencies

By instrument: (3)

5 Repurchase agreements -1,142 3,395

6 Short-term instruments 425 -448

7 Other liabilities 16,103 59,040

8 Of which: Financial

intermediaries’

accounts (4) -3,534 15,742

By area:

9 Europe 8,560 47,960

Of which:

10 United Kingdom 7,842 45,387

11 Germany -128 3,767

12 Caribbean financial

centers (5) 5,669 10,197

13 Other 1,157 3,830

14 Commercial liabilities -634 -891

15 Denominated in US dollars -1,427 -708

16 Denominated in foreign

currencies 793 -183

By instrument:

17 Trade payables -47 -284

18 Advance receipts and other

liabilities -587 -607

By area:

19 Europe -736 1,161

20 Canada 476 -1,152

21 Asia 320 -615

22 Other -694 -285

Not

seasonally

adjusted

2005

(Credits +; decrease in U.S.

assets or increase in U.S. Amounts

Line liabilites. Debits -; increase I (2) Outstanding

in U.S. assets or decrease in March 31,

U.S. liabilities.) 2005

A1 Claims, total (table 1, line 53) -65,757 868,539

2 Financial claims -65,757 835,781

3 Denominated in US dollars -44,302 671,717

4 Denominated in foreign

currencies -21,455 164,064

By instrument: (3)

5 Resale agreements 5,697 6,141

6 Negotiable certificates of

deposit 9 94

7 Other short-term

instruments

(including money market

instruments) -2,034 11,818

8 Deposits -67,438 697,767

9 Other claims -1,991 119,961

10 Of which: Financial

intermediaries’

accounts (4) -239 76,797

By area:

11 Europe -59,481 459,706

Of which:

12 United Kingdom -56,896 263,933

13 Germany 68 76,514

14 Caribbean financial

centers (5) -1,716 329,601

15 Other -4,560 46,474

16 Commercial claims … 32,758

17 Denominated in US dollars … 27,482

16 Denominated in foreign

currencies … 5,276

By instrument:

19 Trade receivables … 29,272

20 Advance payments and

other claims … 3,486

By area:

21 Europe … 13,484

22 Canada … 2,018

23 Asia … 8,951

24 Other … 8,305

B1 Liabilities, total (table 1,

line 68) 85,969 661,535

2 Financial liabilities 85,969 632,388

3 Denominated in US dollars 72,318 527,306

4 Denominated in foreign 13,651 105,082

currencies

By instrument: (3)

5 Repurchase agreements -7,739 29,761

6 Short-term instruments -1,305 10,053

7 Other liabilities 95,013 592,574

8 Of which: Financial

intermediaries’

accounts (4) 3,698 62,561

By area:

9 Europe 83,132 555,558

Of which:

10 United Kingdom 76,845 383,434

11 Germany 1,300 83,740

12 Caribbean financial

centers (5) -4,203 54,620

13 Other 7,040 22,210

14 Commercial liabilities … 29,147

15 Denominated in US dollars … 25,796

16 Denominated in foreign

currencies … 3,351

By instrument:

17 Trade payables … 18,166

18 Advance receipts and other

liabilities … 10,981

By area:

19 Europe … 9,021

20 Canada … 2,142

21 Asia … 12,238

22 Other … 5,746

Table 9a. Claims on Foreigners Reported by U.S. Banks

and Securities Brokers (1)

[Millions of dollars]

(Credits +; decrease in U.S.

assets. Debits -; increase in

Line U.S. assets.) 2002 2003 2004

1 Claims reported by U.S. banks

and securities brokers,

total (table 1, line 54) -38,260 -9,574 -356,133

2 Claims for own accounts -11,420 -7,834 -355,514

3 Denominated in dollars -26,480 -14,206 -334,042

By instrument: (2)

4 Resale agreements … -78,178 -128,918

5 Negotiable certificates

of deposit … 1,970 -3,594

6 Other short-term instru-

ments (including money

market instruments) … 16,641 570

7 Deposits and brokerage

balances … -29,187 -120,368

8 Other claims (including

loans) … 74,548 -81,732

By foreign borrower:

Claims on:

9 Foreign banks -16,671 10,542 -202,282

10 Foreign nonbanks,

excluding foreign

official institutions -7,015 -8,573 -112,258

11 Foreign official

institutions (3) -2,794 -16,175 -19,502

By type of U.S. reporting

institution: (4)

U.S.-owned banks’ claims

on:

12 Foreign banks 20,904 28,853 -22,340

13 Foreign nonbanks,

excluding foreign

official institutions 2,348 19,422 4,619

Foreign-owned banks’

claims on:

14 Foreign banks -43,712 -3,106 -147,254

15 Foreign nonbanks,

excluding foreign

official institutions 2,766 909 -4,840

Brokers’ and dealers’

claims on:

16 Foreign banks 6,137 -15,205 -32,688

17 Foreign nonbanks and

foreign official

institutions -14,923 -45,079 -131,539

18 Denominated in foreign

currencies 15,060 6,372 -21,472

By instrument: (2)

19 Deposits and brokerage

balances … 1,986 -2,019

20 Other claims (including

loans) … 4,386 -19,453

21 Claims for customers’ accounts -26,840 -1,740 -619

22 Denominated in dollars -24,349 -8,622 5,878

By instrument: (2)

23 Commercial paper (5) -29,587 -197 6,472

24 Negotiable certificates

of deposit … 5,178 4,483

25 Other short-term

instruments (including

money market

instruments) (6) -1,377 2,055 -6,193

26 Deposits and brokerage

balances (including

sweep accounts) (7) 2,297 -22,495 4,642

27 Other claims 4,318 6,837 -3,526

28 Denominated in foreign

currencies -2,491 6,882 -6,497

By instrument: (2)

29 Deposits and brokerage

balances … 3,588 -2,880

30 Other claims … 3,294 -3,617

Claims, total (line 1), by area:

31 Europe -37,169 371 -223,469

Of which:

32 United Kingdom -18,532 -42,761 -131,461

33 Switzerland -35,324 59,988 -31,253

34 Canada -6,901 8,783 8,207

35 Caribbean financial

centers (8) 2,537 9,062 -114,219

36 Latin America, excluding

Caribbean financial centers 15,757 5,321 3,010

37 Asia -10,475 -29,425 -29,491

38 Of which: Japan -13,803 -18,964 -26,715

39 Africa 133 332 3,382

40 Other -2,142 1,018 -3,553

Memoranda:

1 International banking

facilities’ (IBF’s) own

claims, denominated in

dollars (in lines 1-15

above) -7,069 19,552 -71,602

By bank ownership: (4)

2 U.S.-owned IBF’s 18,605 16,245 7,381

3 Foreign-owned IBF’s -25,674 3,307 -78,983

Not seasonally adjusted

2003

(Credits +; decrease in U.S.

assets. Debits -; increase in

Line U.S. assets.) I II III

1 Claims reported by U.S. banks

and securities brokers,

total (table 1, line 54) -32,123 -65,446 41,644

2 Claims for own accounts -10,983 -53,279 17,858

3 Denominated in dollars -7,220 -53,793 8,670

By instrument: (2)

4 Resale agreements -20,468 -23,274 -33,461

5 Negotiable certificates

of deposit 222 1,353 331

6 Other short-term instru-

ments (including money

market instruments) 16,881 -1,762 2,206

7 Deposits and brokerage

balances -19,671 -12,875 -4,875

8 Other claims (including

loans) 15,816 -17,235 44,469

By foreign borrower:

Claims on:

9 Foreign banks -14,000 -38,751 17,121

10 Foreign nonbanks,

excluding foreign

official institutions 15,351 -16,496 -797

11 Foreign official

institutions (3) -8,571 1,454 -7,654

By type of U.S. reporting

institution: (4)

U.S.-owned banks’ claims

on:

12 Foreign banks -14,494 6,415 24,655

13 Foreign nonbanks,

excluding foreign

official institutions 14,902 2,593 2,728

Foreign-owned banks’

claims on:

14 Foreign banks -7,081 12,432 14,276

15 Foreign nonbanks,

excluding foreign

official institutions 3,581 -4,774 1,458

Brokers’ and dealers’

claims on:

16 Foreign banks 7,575 -2,734 -21,810

17 Foreign nonbanks and

foreign official

institutions -11,703 -12,861 -12,637

18 Denominated in foreign

currencies -3,763 514 9,188

By instrument: (2)

19 Deposits and brokerage

balances -2,057 -3,613 6,413

20 Other claims (including

loans) -1,706 4,127 2,775

21 Claims for customers’ accounts -21,140 -12,167 23,786

22 Denominated in dollars -18,076 -16,335 21,713

By instrument: (2)

23 Commercial paper (5) -187 -2,672 12,545

24 Negotiable certificates

of deposit 2,284 2,907 -7,061

25 Other short-term

instruments (including

money market

instruments) (6) -416 -2,776 -4,037

26 Deposits and brokerage

balances (including

sweep accounts) (7) -205,451 -17,026 19,123

27 Other claims 7881 3,232 1,143

28 Denominated in foreign

currencies -3,064 4,168 2,073

By instrument: (2)

29 Deposits and brokerage

balances 4,245 -583 412

30 Other claims -7,309 4,751 1,661

Claims, total (line 1), by area:

31 Europe 2,392 16,995 4,708

Of which:

32 United Kingdom -12,533 -39,479 -9,571

33 Switzerland 25,538 2,892 10,648

34 Canada 6,789 9,565 -3,165

35 Caribbean financial

centers (8) -16,486 -31,909 44,996

36 Latin America, excluding

Caribbean financial centers 55 943 1,809

37 Asia -23,609 4,340 1,942

38 Of which: Japan -12,642 -6,749 1,260

39 Africa -119 374 -117

40 Other -1,145 -1,764 -1,645

Memoranda:

1 International banking

facilities’ (IBF’s) own

claims, denominated in

dollars (in lines 1-15

above) 12,463 -18,229 6,440

By bank ownership: (4)

2 U.S.-owned IBF’s 5,129 -3,143 6,464

3 Foreign-owned IBF’s 7,334 -15,086 -24

Not seasonally adjusted

2003 2004

(Credits +; decrease in U.S.

assets. Debits -; increase in

Line U.S. assets.) IV I II

1 Claims reported by U.S. banks

and securities brokers,

total (table 1, line 54) 46,351 -173,073 -41,010

2 Claims for own accounts 38,570 -182,071 -19,476

3 Denominated in dollars 38,137 -178,154 -11,514

By instrument: (2)

4 Resale agreements -975 -36,798 3,377

5 Negotiable certificates

of deposit 64 -1,165 -1,178

6 Other short-term instru-

ments (including money

market instruments) -684 158 -106

7 Deposits and brokerage

balances 8,234 -63,860 -18,280

8 Other claims (including

loans) 31,498 -76,489 4,673

By foreign borrower:

Claims on:

9 Foreign banks 46,172 -134,056 400

10 Foreign nonbanks,

excluding foreign

official institutions -6,631 -27,027 -11,617

11 Foreign official

institutions (3) -1,404 -17,071 -297

By type of U.S. reporting

institution: (4)

U.S.-owned banks’ claims

on:

12 Foreign banks 12,277 -37,772 1,239

13 Foreign nonbanks,

excluding foreign

official institutions -801 -2,745 2,010

Foreign-owned banks’

claims on:

14 Foreign banks 32,131 -80,014 -7,859

15 Foreign nonbanks,

excluding foreign

official institutions 644 -671 -7,360

Brokers’ and dealers’

claims on:

16 Foreign banks 1,764 -16,270 7,020

17 Foreign nonbanks and

foreign official

institutions -7,878 -40,682 -6,564

18 Denominated in foreign

currencies 433 -3,917 -7,962

By instrument: (2)

19 Deposits and brokerage

balances 1,243 -182 -1,940

20 Other claims (including

loans) -810 -3,735 -6,022

21 Claims for customers’ accounts 7,781 8,998 -21,534

22 Denominated in dollars 4,076 6,535 -20,382

By instrument: (2)

23 Commercial paper (5) -9,883 -6,216 9,123

24 Negotiable certificates

of deposit 7,048 4,851 -18,998

25 Other short-term

instruments (including

money market

instruments) (6) 9,284 -5,976 304

26 Deposits and brokerage

balances (including

sweep accounts) (7) -4,047 12,285 -12,426

27 Other claims 1,674 1,591 1,615

28 Denominated in foreign

currencies 3,705 2,463 -1,152

By instrument: (2)

29 Deposits and brokerage

balances -486 -519 -4,493

30 Other claims 4,191 2,982 3,341

Claims, total (line 1), by area:

31 Europe 40,266 -114,565 -26,394

Of which:

32 United Kingdom 18,822 -51,578 -17,906

33 Switzerland 20,910 -24,619 10,413

34 Canada 1,406 4,135 -716

35 Caribbean financial

centers (8) 12,461 18,951 -21,830

36 Latin America, excluding

Caribbean financial centers 2,514 -757 715

37 Asia -5,214 -7,748 1,368

38 Of which: Japan -833 5,449 -12,793

39 Africa 194 -57 3,442

40 Other 536 -5,130 8,141

Memoranda:

1 International banking

facilities’ (IBF’s) own

claims, denominated in

dollars (in lines 1-15

above) 18,878 -45,466 -1,959

By bank ownership: (4)

2 U.S.-owned IBF’s 7,795 -16,359 -6,071

3 Foreign-owned IBF’s 11,083 -29,107 4,112

Not seasonally adjusted

2004 2005

(Credits +; decrease in U.S.

assets. Debits -; increase in

Line U.S. assets.) III IV I (p)

1 Claims reported by U.S. banks

and securities brokers,

total (table 1, line 54) -44,787 -97,263 62,253

2 Claims for own accounts -56,875 -97,092 80,659

3 Denominated in dollars -62,451 -81,923 74,114

By instrument: (2)

4 Resale agreements -60,353 -35,144 3,724

5 Negotiable certificates

of deposit -297 -954 638

6 Other short-term instru-

ments (including money

market instruments) 143 375 -1,782

7 Deposits and brokerage

balances 10,971 -49,199 11,716

8 Other claims (including

loans) -12,915 2,999 59,818

By foreign borrower:

Claims on:

9 Foreign banks 14,285 -24,341 57,406

10 Foreign nonbanks,

excluding foreign

official institutions -23,431 -50,183 12,932

11 Foreign official

institutions (3) 5,265 -7,399 3,776

By type of U.S. reporting

institution: (4)

U.S.-owned banks’ claims

on:

12 Foreign banks -6,052 20,245 26,811

13 Foreign nonbanks,

excluding foreign

official institutions 6,344 -990 -1,280

Foreign-owned banks’

claims on:

14 Foreign banks -8,569 -50,812 27,080

15 Foreign nonbanks,

excluding foreign

official institutions 2,050 1,141 3,893

Brokers’ and dealers’

claims on:

16 Foreign banks -29,664 6,226 3,515

17 Foreign nonbanks and

foreign official

institutions -26,560 -57,733 14,095

18 Denominated in foreign

currencies 5,576 -15,169 6,545

By instrument: (2)

19 Deposits and brokerage

balances 1,746 -1,643 -2,072

20 Other claims (including

loans) 3,830 -13,526 8,617

21 Claims for customers’ accounts 12,088 -171 -18,406

22 Denominated in dollars 16,243 3,482 -17,044

By instrument: (2)

23 Commercial paper (5) 39 3,526 17

24 Negotiable certificates

of deposit 18,738 -108 -4,479

25 Other short-term

instruments (including

money market

instruments) (6) 3,441 -3,962 -1,357

26 Deposits and brokerage

balances (including

sweep accounts) (7) -5,377 10,160 -12,354

27 Other claims -598 -6,134 1,129

28 Denominated in foreign

currencies -4,155 -3,653 -1,362

By instrument: (2)

29 Deposits and brokerage

balances 2,364 -232 -3,609

30 Other claims -6,519 -3,421 2,247

Claims, total (line 1), by area:

31 Europe -34,367 18,143 47,861

Of which:

32 United Kingdom 10,373 -21,604 27,789

33 Switzerland -15,120 -1,927 24,709

34 Canada 7,093 -2,305 970

35 Caribbean financial

centers (8) -10,025 -33,413 3,112

36 Latin America, excluding

Caribbean financial centers 2,861 191 135

37 Asia -9,084 -8,291 8,114

38 Of which: Japan -10,118 -9,253 12,804

39 Africa 83 -86 -106

40 Other -1,348 -5,216 2,167

Memoranda:

1 International banking

facilities’ (IBF’s) own

claims, denominated in

dollars (in lines 1-15

above) -33,587 9,410 29,664

By bank ownership: (4)

2 U.S.-owned IBF’s 2,438 27,373 3,795

3 Foreign-owned IBF’s -36,025 -17,963 25,869

Amounts

(Credits +; decrease in U.S. Outstanding

assets. Debits -; increase in March 31,

Line U.S. assets.) 2005

1 Claims reported by U.S. banks

and securities brokers,

total (table 1, line 54) 2,111,904

2 Claims for own accounts 1,702,199

3 Denominated in dollars 1,594,031

By instrument: (2)

4 Resale agreements 469,947

5 Negotiable certificates

of deposit 3,332

6 Other short-term instru-

ments (including money

market instruments) 6,540

7 Deposits and brokerage

balances 621,437

8 Other claims (including

loans) 492,775

By foreign borrower:

Claims on:

9 Foreign banks 1,144,973

10 Foreign nonbanks,

excluding foreign

official institutions 375,435

11 Foreign official

institutions (3) 73,623

By type of U.S. reporting

institution: (4)

U.S.-owned banks’ claims

on:

12 Foreign banks 315,265

13 Foreign nonbanks,

excluding foreign

official institutions 47,286

Foreign-owned banks’

claims on:

14 Foreign banks 717,176

15 Foreign nonbanks,

excluding foreign

official institutions 69,105

Brokers’ and dealers’

claims on:

16 Foreign banks 112,532

17 Foreign nonbanks and

foreign official

institutions 332,667

18 Denominated in foreign

currencies 108,168

By instrument: (2)

19 Deposits and brokerage

balances 43,257

20 Other claims (including

loans) 64,911

21 Claims for customers’ accounts 409,705

22 Denominated in dollars 377,675

By instrument: (2)

23 Commercial paper (5) 115,769

24 Negotiable certificates

of deposit 93,792

25 Other short-term

instruments (including

money market

instruments) (6) 11,368

26 Deposits and brokerage

balances (including

sweep accounts) (7) 143,961

27 Other claims 12,785

28 Denominated in foreign

currencies 32,030

By instrument: (2)

29 Deposits and brokerage

balances 11,835

30 Other claims 20,195

Claims, total (line 1), by area:

31 Europe 1,037,059

Of which:

32 United Kingdom 568,377

33 Switzerland 90,398

34 Canada 78,466

35 Caribbean financial

centers (8) 762,934

36 Latin America, excluding

Caribbean financial centers 51,292

37 Asia 157,528

38 Of which: Japan 88,593

39 Africa 1,063

40 Other 23,562

Memoranda:

1 International banking

facilities’ (IBF’s) own

claims, denominated in

dollars (in lines 1-15

above) 335,836

By bank ownership: (4)

2 U.S.-owned IBF’s 43,414

3 Foreign-owned IBF’s 292,422

Table 10a. Liabilities to Foreigners, except Foreign Official

Agencies, Reported by U.S. Banks and Securities Brokers (1)

[Millions of dollars]

(Credits +; increase in U.S.

liabilities. Debits -; decrease

Line in U.S. liabilities.) 2002 2003 2004

1 Liabilities reported by U.S.

banks and securities brokers,

total (table 1, part of line

65 and table 1, line 69) 118,366 97,088 343,759

2 U.S. Treasury bills and

certificates (table 1, part

of line 65) 21,956 413 21,132

3 Other U.S. liabilities, total

(table 1, line 69) 96,410 96,675 322,627

4 Liabilities for own accounts 80,174 108,210 297,347

5 Denominated in dollars 90,213 136,798 296,048

By instrument: (2)

6 Repurchase agreements … 132,428 163,573

7 Deposits and brokerage

balances … 37,610 85,932

8 Other liabilities

(including loans) … -33,240 46,543

By foreign holder:

Liabilities to:

9 Foreign banks 59,466 26,735 106,781

10 Foreign nonbanks,

including

international

organizations 30,747 110,063 189,267

By type of U.S. reporting

institution: (3)

U.S.-owned banks’

liabilities to:

11 Foreign banks 33,714 -10,435 34,975

12 Foreign nonbanks,

including

international

organizations -17,951 24,759 18,151

Foreign-owned banks’

liabilities to:

13 Foreign banks 19,757 -50,458 71,069

14 Foreign nonbanks,

including

international

organizations 14,514 -9,022 4,750

Brokers’ and dealers’

liabilities to:

15 Foreign banks 5,995 87,628 737

16 Foreign nonbanks,

including

international

organizations 34,184 94,326 166,366

17 Denominated in foreign

currencies -10,039 -28,588 1,299

By instrument: (2)

18 Deposits and brokerage

balances … -18,679 -7

19 Other liabilities

(including loans) … -9,909 1,306

20 Liabilities for customers’

accounts 16,236 -11,535 25,280

21 Denominated in dollars 16,236 -14,732 21,398

By instrument: (2)

22 Negotiable certificates

of deposit and other

short-term

instruments 13,699 -5,740 19,926

23 Other liabilities

(including loans) 2,537 -8,992 1,472

24 Denominated in foreign

currencies … 3,197 3,882

Other U.S. liabilities, total

(line 3), by area:

25 Europe 63,491 6,430 119,382

26 Canada 209 3,349 4,950

27 Caribbean financial

centers (4) 43,127 94,028 213,216

28 Latin America, excluding

Caribbean financial centers -1,350 -590 4,866

29 Asia -15,471 -6,539 -3,594

30 Africa 756 2,840 -216

31 Other 5,648 -2,843 -6,077

Memoranda:

1 International banking facilities

(IBFs) own liabilities,

denominated in dollars

(in lines 3-14) above) 18,298 -40,457 2,380

By bank ownership: (3)

2 U.S. owned IBFs -9,565 6,476 2,275

3 Foreign-owned IBFs 27,863 -46,933 105

Not seasonally adjusted

2003

(Credits +; increase in U.S.

liabilities. Debits -; decrease

Line in U.S. liabilities.) I II III

1 Liabilities reported by U.S.

banks and securities brokers,

total (table 1, part of line

65 and table 1, line 69) 18,373 12,674 5,344

2 U.S. Treasury bills and

certificates (table 1, part

of line 65) -2,711 829 235

3 Other U.S. liabilities, total

(table 1, line 69) 21,084 11,845 5,109

4 Liabilities for own accounts 36,945 -3,602 32,705

5 Denominated in dollars 33,062 14,049 39,415

By instrument: (2)

6 Repurchase agreements 53,016 487 38,822

7 Deposits and brokerage

balances 1,912 48,300 -30,650

8 Other liabilities

(including loans) -21,866 -34,738 31,243

By foreign holder:

Liabilities to:

9 Foreign banks -10,215 16,464 -75

10 Foreign nonbanks,

including

international

organizations 43,277 -2,415 39,490

By type of U.S. reporting

institution: (3)

U.S.-owned banks’

liabilities to:

11 Foreign banks 5,557 -46,849 -11,871

12 Foreign nonbanks,

including

international

organizations 11,475 6,104 -1,477

Foreign-owned banks’

liabilities to:

13 Foreign banks -52,785 43,739 -14,030

14 Foreign nonbanks,

including

international

organizations -4,971 -2,118 2,215

Brokers’ and dealers’

liabilities to:

15 Foreign banks 37,013 19,574 25,826

16 Foreign nonbanks,

including

international

organizations 36,773 -6,401 38,752

17 Denominated in foreign

currencies 3,883 -17,651 -6,710

By instrument: (2)

18 Deposits and brokerage

balances 1,720 -8,955 -4,631

19 Other liabilities

(including loans) 2,163 -8,696 -2,079

20 Liabilities for customers’

accounts -15,861 15,447 -27,596

21 Denominated in dollars -16,907 15,224 -26,577

By instrument: (2)

22 Negotiable certificates

of deposit and other

short-term

instruments -5,897 10,227 -14,482

23 Other liabilities

(including loans) -11,010 4,997 -12,095

24 Denominated in foreign

currencies 1,046 223 -1,019

Other U.S. liabilities, total

(line 3), by area:

25 Europe -13,634 -19,278 23,710

26 Canada 2,571 3,175 -2,672

27 Caribbean financial

centers (4) 42,591 36,367 -22,224

28 Latin America, excluding

Caribbean financial centers -142 -2,111 -2,026

29 Asia -7,571 -10,942 7,709

30 Africa 1,014 -272 139

31 Other -3,745 4,906 473

Memoranda:

1 International banking facilities

(IBFs) own liabilities,

denominated in dollars

(in lines 3-14) above) -62,045 5,900 6,187

By bank ownership: (3)

2 U.S. owned IBFs -4,369 6,884 -9,248

3 Foreign-owned IBFs -57,676 -984 15,435

Not seasonally adjusted

2003 2004

(Credits +; increase in U.S.

liabilities. Debits -; decrease

Line in U.S. liabilities.) IV I II

1 Liabilities reported by U.S.

banks and securities brokers,

total (table 1, part of line

65 and table 1, line 69) 60,697 151,574 42,131

2 U.S. Treasury bills and

certificates (table 1, part

of line 65) 2,060 4,685 15

3 Other U.S. liabilities, total

(table 1, line 69) 58,637 146,889 42,116

4 Liabilities for own accounts 42,162 141,437 20,510

5 Denominated in dollars 50,272 139,128 17,933

By instrument: (2)

6 Repurchase agreements 40,103 67,031 3,431

7 Deposits and brokerage

balances 18,048 12,021 37,510

8 Other liabilities

(including loans) -7,879 60,076 -23,008

By foreign holder:

Liabilities to:

9 Foreign banks 20,561 79,395 1,175

10 Foreign nonbanks,

including

international

organizations 29,711 59,733 16,758

By type of U.S. reporting

institution: (3)

U.S.-owned banks’

liabilities to:

11 Foreign banks 42,728 15,521 28,297

12 Foreign nonbanks,

including

international

organizations 8,657 -1,943 6,304

Foreign-owned banks’

liabilities to:

13 Foreign banks -27,382 32,637 -12,844

14 Foreign nonbanks,

including

international

organizations 4,148 4,468 -2,390

Brokers’ and dealers’

liabilities to:

15 Foreign banks 5,215 31,237 -14,278

16 Foreign nonbanks,

including

international

organizations 25,202 57,208 12,844

17 Denominated in foreign

currencies -8,110 2,309 2,577

By instrument: (2)

18 Deposits and brokerage

balances -6,813 2,553 -6,768

19 Other liabilities

(including loans) -1,297 -244 9,345

20 Liabilities for customers’

accounts 16,475 5,452 21,606

21 Denominated in dollars 13,528 2,703 21,468

By instrument: (2)

22 Negotiable certificates

of deposit and other

short-term

instruments 4,412 427 10,616

23 Other liabilities

(including loans) 9,116 2,276 10,852

24 Denominated in foreign

currencies 2,947 2,749 138

Other U.S. liabilities, total

(line 3), by area:

25 Europe 15,632 91,383 14,034

26 Canada 275 -4,421 1,258

27 Caribbean financial

centers (4) 37,294 55,932 40,710

28 Latin America, excluding

Caribbean financial centers 3,689 4,486 -2,560

29 Asia 4,265 1,372 -12,309

30 Africa 1,959 197 550

31 Other -4,477 -2,060 433

Memoranda:

1 International banking facilities

(IBFs) own liabilities,

denominated in dollars

(in lines 3-14) above) 9,501 40,671 -15,697

By bank ownership: (3)

2 U.S. owned IBFs 13,209 13,974 904

3 Foreign-owned IBFs -3,708 26,697 -16,601

Not seasonally

adjusted

2004

(Credits +; increase in U.S.

liabilities. Debits -; decrease

Line in U.S. liabilities.) III IV

1 Liabilities reported by U.S.

banks and securities brokers,

total (table 1, part of line

65 and table 1, line 69) 44,776 105,278

2 U.S. Treasury bills and

certificates (table 1, part

of line 65) 2,612 13,820

3 Other U.S. liabilities, total

(table 1, line 69) 42,164 91,458

4 Liabilities for own accounts 45,009 90,391

5 Denominated in dollars 40,259 98,728

By instrument: (2)

6 Repurchase agreements 43,144 49,967

7 Deposits and brokerage

balances 1,018 35,383

8 Other liabilities

(including loans) -3,903 13,378

By foreign holder:

Liabilities to:

9 Foreign banks -2,351 28,562

10 Foreign nonbanks,

including

international

organizations 42,610 70,166

By type of U.S. reporting

institution: (3)

U.S.-owned banks’

liabilities to:

11 Foreign banks -12,238 3,395

12 Foreign nonbanks,

including

international

organizations 2,106 11,684

Foreign-owned banks’

liabilities to:

13 Foreign banks 4,977 46,299

14 Foreign nonbanks,

including

international

organizations 3,121 -449

Brokers’ and dealers’

liabilities to:

15 Foreign banks 4,910 -21,132

16 Foreign nonbanks,

including

international

organizations 37,383 58,931

17 Denominated in foreign

currencies 4,750 -8,337

By instrument: (2)

18 Deposits and brokerage

balances 5,486 -1,278

19 Other liabilities

(including loans) -736 -7,059

20 Liabilities for customers’

accounts -2,845 1,067

21 Denominated in dollars -1,571 -1,202

By instrument: (2)

22 Negotiable certificates

of deposit and other

short-term

instruments 1,386 7,497

23 Other liabilities

(including loans) -2,957 -8,699

24 Denominated in foreign

currencies -1,274 2,269

Other U.S. liabilities, total

(line 3), by area:

25 Europe 43,402 -29,437

26 Canada -324 -1,463

27 Caribbean financial

centers (4) -1,900 118,474

28 Latin America, excluding

Caribbean financial centers -283 3,223

29 Asia 4,738 2,605

30 Africa -614 -349

31 Other -2,855 -1,595

Memoranda:

1 International banking facilities

(IBFs) own liabilities,

denominated in dollars

(in lines 3-14) above) 6,092 -28,686

By bank ownership: (3)

2 U.S. owned IBFs 10,105 -22,708

3 Foreign-owned IBFs -4,013 -5,978

Not seasonally

adjusted

Amounts

(Credits +; increase in U.S. 2005 Outstanding

liabilities. Debits -; decrease March 31,

Line in U.S. liabilities.) I (p) 2005

1 Liabilities reported by U.S.

banks and securities brokers,

total (table 1, part of line

65 and table 1, line 69) -77,852 2,313,029

2 U.S. Treasury bills and

certificates (table 1, part

of line 65) 401 73,005

3 Other U.S. liabilities, total

(table 1, line 69) -78,253 2,240,024

4 Liabilities for own accounts -88,293 1,815,688

5 Denominated in dollars -87,529 1,735,534

By instrument: (2)

6 Repurchase agreements -38,787 497,310

7 Deposits and brokerage

balances -63,859 850,668

8 Other liabilities

(including loans) 15,117 387,556

By foreign holder:

Liabilities to:

9 Foreign banks -70,542 1,168,637

10 Foreign nonbanks,

including

international

organizations -16,987 566,897

By type of U.S. reporting

institution: (3)

U.S.-owned banks’

liabilities to:

11 Foreign banks -37,685 485,860

12 Foreign nonbanks,

including

international

organizations 721 95,954

Foreign-owned banks’

liabilities to:

13 Foreign banks -26,893 507,942

14 Foreign nonbanks,

including

international

organizations 148 67,310

Brokers’ and dealers’

liabilities to:

15 Foreign banks -5,964 174,835

16 Foreign nonbanks,

including

international

organizations -17,856 403,633

17 Denominated in foreign

currencies -764 80,154

By instrument: (2)

18 Deposits and brokerage

balances 3,886 41,312

19 Other liabilities

(including loans) -4,650 38,842

20 Liabilities for customers’

accounts 10,040 424,336

21 Denominated in dollars 8,981 415,547

By instrument: (2)

22 Negotiable certificates

of deposit and other

short-term

instruments 2,710 230,975

23 Other liabilities

(including loans) 6,271 184,572

24 Denominated in foreign

currencies 1,059 8,789

Other U.S. liabilities, total

(line 3), by area:

25 Europe 18,422 842,799

26 Canada 949 32,525

27 Caribbean financial

centers (4) -75,779 1,108,158

28 Latin America, excluding

Caribbean financial centers 4,164 87,680

29 Asia -27,325 141,350

30 Africa -450 7,921

31 Other 1,766 19,591

Memoranda:

1 International banking facilities

(IBFs) own liabilities,

denominated in dollars

(in lines 3-14) above) -33,546 336,030

By bank ownership: (3)

2 U.S. owned IBFs -3,398 74,028

3 Foreign-owned IBFs -30,148 262,002

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