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See how U.S. imports from abroad compared in 2011 and 2001.

See how U.S. imports from abroad compared in 2011 and 2001.

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  • DataPost Trade Patterns U.S. imports Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco Economic Education Group Date last updated: September 9, 2013
  • U.S. Imports by World Area and Selected Countries 2001 vs. 2012 Customs Value Totals ($billions) $0 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 Canada China Europe Japan Latin America Mexico Pacific Rim (excl. China & Japan) Rest of World 2001 2012 Source: Census Bureau & FRBSF Calculations Note: Data are calendar-year totals of monthly, non-seasonally adjusted values http://www.frbsf.org/education/teachers/datapost/index.html FRBSF Economic Education GroupDataPost
  • $0 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 Canada China Europe Japan Latin America Mexico Pacific Rim (excl. China & Japan) Rest of World 2001 2012 Rest of World: $96b in 2001 $285b in 2012 http://www.frbsf.org/education/teachers/datapost/index.html FRBSF Economic Education GroupDataPost See PowerPoint file for country definitions and data source Import values from China increased 316% from 2001 to 2012 =100 x (425.5789-102.2784) 102.2784 For imports, the value reported is the U.S. Customs and Border Protection appraised value of merchandise China: $102b in 2001 $426b in 2012 Source: Census Bureau & FRBSF Calculations Note: Data are calendar-year totals of monthly, non-seasonally adjusted values Annotated Chart Notes U.S. Imports by World Area and Selected Countries 2001 vs. 2012 Customs Value Totals ($billions)
  • What Do You Think? 1. How would you describe the change in Japanese import totals from 2001 to 2012? (See slide 2) 2. Imports from China increased 316% from 2001 to 2012. Over the same time comparison, what is the percent change for the category “Rest of the World”? (See slide 3) 3. For any world area or country shown, did imports show a decrease in value from 2001 to 2012? (See slide 3) 4. What were the top three sources of U.S. imports in 2001? In 2012? (See slide 2) Visit FRBSF.org to learn more about U.S. trade. DataPost http://www.frbsf.org/education/teachers/datapost/index.html FRBSF Economic Education Group