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1 EMBARGOED UNTIL RELEASE AT 30 A.M. E S T, WEDNES DAY , FEBRUARY 6 , 2019 C B 19 - 05 , BEA 1 9 - 0 2 8 : Data Inquiries Good s Media Inquiries Services Data and Media Inquiries Good s Bureau U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis U.S. Census U.S. Census Bureau Public Information Office Balance of Payments Division Economic Indicators Division, International Trade - 2311 (301) 763 - 3030 Data: (301) 278 - 9 5 59 (301) 763 [email protected] Media: (301) 278 - 9003 [email protected] [email protected] InternationalAccou and Services U.S. International Trade in Goods er 2018 Novemb U.S. Census Bureau and the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis announced today that the goods and The billion in was $ , down $ 6.4 billion from $ 55.7 billion in November October , revised. 49.3 services deficit Goods and Services Trade Deficit U.S. INTERNATIONAL TRADE IN Billion $ Seasonally adjusted GOODS AND SERVICES DEFICIT 60 deficit Monthly 55 - 11 . 5 %° Deficit: $ 49.3 Billion 50 - 6 %° 0. 09.9 2 $ Exports: Billion 45 -month Three moving average 2.9 ° % - 59.2 2 Billion Imports: $ 40 To be Report delayed due to Next release: determined. 35 recent lapse in federal funding. 30 0 ) Statistical significance is not applicable or not measurable. (° November 2016 November 2017 November 2018 Data adjusted for seasonality but not price changes International Trade in Goods and Services U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis U.S. Source: U.S. Census Bureau, U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis; U.S. U.S. Census Bureau February 6, 2019 9 International Trade in Goods and Services, , 201 February 6 . Ex ports, Imports, and Balance ( exhibit 1) imports were exports. November vember exports were $ 209.9 billion, $ 1.3 billion less than October No than October imports. $2 59.2 billion, $ 7.7 billion less The crease in the goods and services deficit reflected a November de de crease in the goods deficit of $6.7 billion to $ 71 .6 billion and a de 22.3 billion. 3 billion to $ in the services surplus of $0. crease r-to -date , the goods and services deficit increased $ 51. 9 billion, or 10.4 perc ent, from the same Yea billion or 7.9 157.1 period in 2017. Exports increased $ 3 percent. Imports increased $ billion or 7. 208.9 percent.

2 Three-Month Moving Averages ( exhibit 2) The a verage goods and services deficit 53.2 billion for the three months decreased $ 1.5 billion to $ . ending in November • 0.5 billion to $ 21 0.8 billion in November . Average exports increased $ 0.9 billion to $2 • November . Average imports decreased $ 64.0 billion in Yea r-over-year, the average goods and services deficit increased $6 .4 billion from the three months ending in November 2017. Average exports increased $ 11.0 • 2017. billion from November • 17.5 billion from November 2017. Average imports increased $ Ex ports ( exhibits 3, 6, and 7) xports of goods decreased $ 1.2 billion to $1 40.3 billion in November. E E 1.2 billion. xports of goods on a Census basis decreased $ • Industrial supplies and materials decreased $1.4 billion. o Other petroleum products decreased $0.6 billion. o Nonmonetary gold decreased $0.5 billion. • Consumer goods decreased $0. 9 billion. o Gem diamonds decreased $0. 5 billion. Pharmaceutical preparations decreased $0.4 billion. o Capital goods increased $1.4 billion. • o Civilian aircraft in creased $ 1.0 billion. balance of payments adjustments increased 1 billion. less than $0. Net xports of services decreased $0.1 billion to $69.5 billion in November. E • Financial services decreased $0.1 billion. I mports ( exhibits 4, 6, and 8) orts of goods decreased $7. 9 billion to $ 211.9 billion in November. Imp Imp of on a Census basis decreased $ 7.9 billion. orts goods • goods decreased $ 4.3 billion. Consumer o Cell phones and other household goods decreased $2.3 billion. o Artwork , antiques, stamps, and other collectibles de creased $0. 4 billion. • Industrial supplies and materials decreased $3.4 billion. o Other petroleum products decreased $1.4 billion. o Fuel oil decreased $0.8 billion. o Crude oil decreased $0.7 billion. – 2 –

3 Net balance of payments adjustments less than $0. 1 billion. increased mports of services increased $0.2 billion to $47.3 billion in November. I Travel (for all purposes including education) increased $0.3 billion. • decreased $0.1 • billion. services Insurance R – Census Basis ( exhibit 11) 12 eal Goods in 20 Dollars creased $ 7.5 billion to $ 80.8 billion in November. eal goods deficit de The r Real exports of goods increased $ 0.4 billion to $1 50.0 billion. • Real imports of goods decreased $ 7.1 billion to $ 230.8 billion. • Rev isions isions to October exports Rev Exports of goods were revised up less than $0.1 billion. • • rts of services were revised up $ 0.1 billion. Expo Rev October imports isions to Imports of goods were revised up • 2 billion. $0. Imports of services were revised up 2 billion. • $0. G – Census Basis (exhibit 19) oods by Selected Countries and Areas: Monthly November figures show surpluses, in billions of dollars, with South and Central America ($ 4.8 ), Hong The Kong ($ 2.6) , United Kingdom ($0.9), Singapore ($0. 8) , and Brazil ($0.7) . Deficits were recorded, in billions of dollars, with China ($ 35.4 3.8 ), Mexico ($ 6.8), Japan ($5.7), Germany ), European Union ($1 ), Italy ($2. 7), South Korea ($1.9), India ($1.7), Taiwan ($1. Saudi Arabia ($1. 5), France ($1.3), ($ 5.6 6), and Canada ( $0.8 ). OPEC ($1.2), The deficit with China de creased $ • billion to $ 35.4 billion in November. Exports de crease d 2.8 $0. 1 billion to $ 7.4 billion and imports decreased $ 2.9 billion to $ 42.8 billion. • The deficit with C anada de creased $ 1.3 billion to $ 0.8 billion in Novem ber. Exports decreased $0.4 24.5 billion and imports decreased $ 1.7 billion to $ 25.3 billion. billion to $ • The deficit with Taiwan in creased $ 0.4 billion to $ 1.6 billion in November . Exports de crease d $ creased $ billion to $ 2.5 billion and imports in 0.3 0.1 billion to $ 4.1 billion. – 3 –

4 * * * A ll statistics referenced are seasonally adjusted; statistics are on a balance of payments basis unless otherwise specified. Additional statistics, including not seasonally adjusted statistics and details for its 1 -20b of this release. For information on data sources, goods on a Census basis, are available in e xhib definitions, and revision procedures, see the explanatory notes in this release. The full release can be or found at www.census.gov/foreign -trade/Press-Release/current_press_release/index.html -trade -investment/international www.bea.gov/data/intl e-goods -and-services . -trad * * * N ext release: To be determined. See Notice below. U.S. International Trade in Goods and Services , December 2018 * * * N otice pdates to the Release Schedule U The U.S. Census Bureau and the Bureau of Economic Analysis are continuing to update the 2019 “U.S. International Trade in Goods and Services” release calendar in coordination with other agencies and the s of the recent lapse in federal funding. Office of Management and Budget to address the impact Updated release dates will be provided once available at www.census.gov/foreign - trade/reference/release_schedule.html and www.bea.gov/news/schedule . Change to OPEC W ith the release of the “U.S. International Trade in Goods and Services, January 2019” report (FT-900), statistics for OPEC will exclude Qatar, which exited OPEC effecti ve January 1, 2019. This change will affect exhibits 14, 17a, and 19 of the FT-900 and exhibit 4 of the FT-900 Supplement. If you have questions or need additional information, please contact the Census Bureau, Economic . Indicators Division, on (800) 549 -0595, option 4, or at [email protected] – 4 –

5 Explanatory Notes billion (0. 1 billion (0. percent) for exports and $0.3 3 Goods (Census basis) , revised export carry ber percent) for imports. For Octo -over was $0. 1 billion (0. 1 percent) and revised import carry -over Data for goods on a Census basis are compiled from the (less than 0.1 percent). was less than $0. 1 billion documents collected by U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) and reflect the movement of goods : For dollar series eighted evisions to chain-w Quarterly r between foreign countries and the 50 states, the District of March, June, September, and December statistical month Columbia, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, and U.S. dollar, releases, revisions are made to the real , or chained- Foreign Trade Zones. They include government and non - series presented in exhibits 10 and 11: the previous five government shipments of goods and exclude shipments months are revised to incorporate the U.S. Bureau of Labor between the United States and its territories and Statistics’ (BLS) revisions to price indexes, which are used to possessions; transactions with U.S. military, diplomatic, and produce the real series and to align Census data with data consular installations abroad; U.S. goods returned to the published by the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) in United States by its Armed Forces; personal and household the national income and product accounts (NIPAs). transit shipments. The General effects of travelers; and in- Imports value reflects the total arrival of merchandise from Annual Each June, not seasonally adjusted goods : revisions foreign countries that immediately enters consumption data are revised to redistribute monthly data that arrived channels, warehouses, or Foreign Trade Zones . too late for inclusion in the month of transaction. In addition, revisions are made to reflect corrections received For imports, the value reported is the CBP -appraised value subsequent to the monthly revisions. Seasonally adjusted of merchandise — generally, the price paid for merchandise data are also revised to reflect recalculated seasonal and for export to the United States. Import duties, freight, -day adjustments. These revisions are reflected in trading insurance, and other charges incurred in bringing totals, end -use, commodity, and country summary data. are excluded. The es merchandise to the United Stat xhibit 17a, which shows CIF import value. The exception is e revisions Other : For December and January statistical CIF (cost, insurance, and freight) value represents the month releases, each prior month of the most recent full landed value of the merchandise at the first port of arrival year is revised so that the totals of the seasonally adjusted in the United States. It is computed by adding import months equal the annual totals. ges to the customs value and therefore excludes U.S. char import duties. data U.S./C anada exchange and substitution Exports are valued at the f.a.s. (free alongside ship) value of Data for U.S. exports to Canada are derived from import merchandise at the U.S. port of export, based on the data compiled by Canada. The use of Canada's import data transaction price including inland freight, insurance, and to produce U.S. export data requires several alignments in other charg es incurred in placing the merchandise order to compare the two series. alongside the carrier at the U.S. port of exportation. - Canadian imports are based on country of Coverage 1. Revision p rocedure (Census b asis) origin. U.S. goods shipped from a third country are included. U.S. exports exclude these foreign : revisions Monthly Monthly data include actual month's 2018, these shipments shipments. For November transactions as well as a small number of transactions for totaled $ million. U.S. export coverage also 167.1 months. Each month, the U.S. Census Bureau previous excludes U.S. postal shipments to Canada. For revises the aggregate seasonally adjusted (current and real , ber Novem 21.9 2018, these shipments totaled $ -dollar) and unadjusted export, import, and trade or chained million. -use totals for the prior balance figures, as well as the end month. Country detail data and commodity detail data, U.S. import coverage includes shipments of railcars based on the Standard International Trade Classification and locomotives from Canada. Effective with January (SITC) Revision 4 and the North American Industry 2004 statistics, Canada excludes these shipments from Classification System (NAICS), are not revised monthly. The its goods exports to the United States, therefore timing adjustment shown in exhibit 14 is the difference coverage differences between the two creating betwe en monthly data as originally reported and as countries for these goods. recompiled. Valuation Canadian imports are valued at the point 2. - of origin in the United States. However, U.S. exports October For , unadjusted exports of goods were revised up are valued at the port of exit in the United States and $0.1 billion and unadjusted imports of goods were revised include inland freight charges, making the U.S. export ber was up $0.1 billion. Goods carry -over in Novem $0.4 – 5 –

6 value slightly larger than the Canadian import value. automated nistrative documents and through various admi Canada requires inland freight to be reported collection programs. Documents may be lost, and data may separately from the value of the goods. Combining the be incorrectly keyed, coded, or recorded. Transactions may inland freight and the Canadian reported import value be included in a subsequent month’s statistics if received provides a consistent valuation for all U.S. exports. late. Inland freight charges for Novem ber 2018 accounted for 1.9 percent of the value of U.S. exports to Canada. Low : transactions The total values of transactions -valued -exports - Unlike Canadian imports, which are based Re 3. valued as much as or below $2,500 for exports and $2,000 on country of origin, U.S. exports include re -exports of ($250 for certain quota items) for imports are estimated for foreign goods. Therefore, the aggregate U.S. export each country, using factors based on the ratios of low - figure is slightly larger than the Canadian import figure. valued shipments to individual country totals for past 2018, re Novem ber -exports to Canada were For periods. $4,662.6 million. 4. Exchange Rate - Average monthly exchange rates are The Census Bureau recomm ends that data users applied to convert the published data to U.S. currency. incorporate this information into their analyses, as Novem For ber 2018, the average exchange rate was nonsampling errors could impact the conclusion drawn U.S. Merchandise Trad e Statistics: A 1.3205 Canadian dollars per U.S. dollar. from the results. See “ Quality Profile ” (October 2014) for a detailed discussion of - 5. Other There are other minor differences, such as errors affecting the goods data. rounding error, that are statistically insignificant. : Effective with January 2001 statistics, Canadian estimates groupings Area the current month data for exports to Canada contain an estimate for late arrivals and corrections. In the following North America : Canada, Mexico. month, this estimate is replaced, in the news release exhibits only, with the actual val ue of late receipts and Dominican Republic -United States Free -Central America corrections. This estimate improves the current mon th data : Costa Rica, Dominican Trade Agreement (CAFTA -DR) for exports to Cana da and treats late receipts for exports to Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua. manner that is more consistent with the Canada in a treatment of late receipts for exports to other countries. Europe : Albania, Andorra, Armenia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Nonsampling e rrors Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Faroe Islands, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Gibraltar, The goods data are a complete enumeration of documents Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Kazakhstan, collected by CBP and are not subject to sampling errors. Kosovo, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Quality assurance procedures are performed at every stage Luxembourg, Macedonia, Malta, Moldova, Monaco, of collecti on, processing, and tabulation. However, the data Montenegro, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, nonsampling errors. The s of are still subject to several type Romania, Russia, San Marino, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, st significant of these include reporting errors, mo Spain, Svalbard -Jan Mayen Island, Sweden, Switzerland, undo cumented shipments, timeliness, data capture errors, Tajikistan, Turkey, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, United Kingdom, and valued transactions. errors in the estimation of low- Uzbekistan, Vatican City. Reporting : Reporting errors are mistakes or errors Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, European Union : omissions made by import ers, exporters, or their agents in Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, their import or export declarations. Most errors involve Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, missing or invalid commodity classification codes and Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, missing or incorrect quantities or shipping weights. They Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, United have a negligible effect on aggregate import, export, and Kingdom. balance of trade statistics. However, they can affect the detailed commodity statistics. and, : Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Estonia, Finl Euro Area France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, shipments : Federal regulations require Undocumented Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Portugal, Slovakia, importers, exporters, or their agents to report all Slovenia, Spain. merchandise shipments above established exemption levels. The Census Bureau has determined that not all : Australia, Brunei, China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Pacific Rim required documents are filed, particularly for exports. Japan, Korea (South), Macau, Malaysia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan. errors Timeliness and data c apture : The Census Bureau captures import and export information from – 6 –

7 South/Central America : Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda, The seasonally adjusted totals shown in the other exhibits. Argentina, Aruba, Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Bermuda, country and world area data will not sum to the seasonally Bolivia, Brazil, British Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, Chile, -based totals because the seasonally adjusted commodity Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Curacao, Domi nica, Dominican - adjusted country and world area data and the commodity Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Falkland Islands (Islas based totals are derived from different aggregations of the Malvinas), French Guiana, Grenada, Guadeloupe, export and import data and from different seasonal Guatemala, Guyana, Haiti, Honduras, Jamaica, Martinique, adjustment models. Data users should use caution drawing Montserrat, Netherlands Antilles, Nicaragua, Panama, comparisons between the two sets of seasonally adjusted Paraguay, Peru, Sint Maarten, St. Kitts and Nevis, St. Lucia, series. St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Suriname, Trinidad and Tobago, Turks and Caicos Islands, Uruguay, Venezuela. SEATS) is The seasonal adjustment procedure (X-13ARIMA- based on a model that estimates the monthly movements Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) : as percentages above or below the general level of series Equatorial , Angola, Congo (Brazzaville), Ecuador, Algeria (unlike other methods that redistribute the actual series Iran Guinea, Gabon, , Iraq, Kuwait, Libya, Nigeria, Qatar, se the data series for values over the calendar year). Becau Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Venezuela. aircraft is highly variable, users studying data trends may wish to analyze trade in aircraft separately from other Africa : Algeria , Angola, Benin, Botswana, British Indian trade. Ocean Territories, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cabo Verde, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Chad, Comoros, Congo price change Adjustments for (Brazzaville), Congo (Kinshasa), Djibouti, Egypt, Equatorial Ethiopia, French Southern and Guinea, Eritrea, Eswatini, chained Data adjusted for seasonal variation on a real , or - Antarctic Lands, Gabon, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea- reference year) are presented in exhibits basis (20 dollar, 12 Bissau, Ivory Coast, Kenya, Lesotho, Liberia, Libya, 10 and 11. This adjustment for price change is done using Ma dagascar, Malawi, Mali, Mauritania, Mauritius, Mayotte, the Fisher chain -weighted methodology. The deflators are Morocco, Mozambique, Namibia, Niger, Nigeria, Reunion, primarily based on the monthly price indexes published by Rwanda, St. Helena, Sao Tome and Principe, Senegal, using techniques developed for the NIPAs by BEA. BLS the Seychelles, Sierra Leone, Somalia, South Africa, South Uganda, Western Sudan, Sudan, Tanzania, Togo, Tunisia, Principal commodities Sahara, Zambia, Zimbabwe. Goods data appearing in e xhibit 15 are classified in terms of trading-day Adjustments for s easonal and the SITC Revision 4, with the exception of agricultural and variations manufactured goods. Agricultural goods are defined by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA); they consist of non - Goods are initially classified under the Harmonized marine food products and other products of agriculture Commodity Description and Coding System (Harmonized that have not passed through complex processes of System), which is an internationally accepted standard for manufacture. Manufactured goods conform to the NAICS; the commodity classification of traded goods. The they consist of goods that have been mec hanically, Harmonized System describes and measures th e physically, or chemically transformed. USDA agricultural characteristics of the goods and is the basis for the systems goods and NAICS manufactured goods are not mutually used in the United States: Schedule B for exports and exclusive categories. Harmonized Tariff Schedule for imports. Combining trade into approximately 140 export and 140 import end -use Re -exports are foreign merchandise entering the country as categories makes it possible to examine goods accordin g to imports and then exported in substantially the same their principal uses (see e xhibits 7 and 8). These categories which are exports, condition as when imported. Re- are used as the basis for computing the seasonal and included in overall export totals, appear as separate line trading -day adjusted data. These adjusted data are then xhibit 15. items in e use aggregates for publication (s ee summed to the six end- hese data to BEA exhibit 6). The Census Bureau provides t ology p Advanced techn roducts for use in the NIPAs and in the U.S international transactions accounts (balance of payments accounts). About 500 of some 22,000 Schedule B and Harmonized Tariff Schedule classification codes used in reporting U.S. asis) that are seasonally Exhibit 19 shows goods (Census b merchandise trade are identified as "advanced technology" adjusted for selected countries and world areas. Unlike the codes, and they meet the following criteria: -based adjustments discussed above, these commodity adjustments are developed and applied directly at the 1. The code contains products whose technology is from country and world area levels. For total exports and a recognized high technology field (e.g., -based imports, data users should refer to the commodity biotechnology). – 7 –

8 2. These products represent leading edge technology in July, and October issues. The next release of the ITAs is that field. scheduled for March 21, 2019. Such products constitute a significant part of all items 3. international covered in the selected classification code. In addition, BEA releases detailed annual statistics, which consist of statistics on trade in services services and on services supplied through affiliates of aggregation of the goods results in a measure of The multinational enterprises. The statistics provide detail on advanced technology trade that appears in exhibits 16 and n services by type and by country and area and U.S. trade i -based measure of and commodity 16a. This product - on services supplied through affiliates by industry and detail advanced technology differs from broader NAICS- based by country and area. measures, which include all goods produced by a particular industry group, regardless of the level of technology embodied in the goods. asis) Goods ( BOP b Goods trade in the Advance Economic Goods on a Census basis are adjusted by BEA to a BOP basis to align the data with the concepts and definitions used to Indicators Report prepare the international and national economic accounts. These adjustments, which are applied separately to exports to the U.S. International Trade in Goods and In addition and imports, are nec essary to supplement coverage of the -900), which is released jointly with BEA, Services report (FT Census data, to eliminate duplication of transactions the Census Bureau also releases advance statistics on recorded elsewhere in the international accounts, and to international trade in goods, along with advance estimates value transactions at market prices. They include both on retail and wholesale inventories, in the Advance from goods on a Census ba to and additions sis deductions ). Trade Economic Indicators Report ( Advance Report net adjustments . and are presented in this release as statistics in the Advance Report, released on average 24 to Adjustments that exhibit significant seasonal patterns are 26 calendar days after the end of the reference month, seasonally adjusted. BEA also publishes more detailed reflect nearly complete coverage of goods trade, while ITA net adjustments in quarterly and annual statistics for 36 -900, released on average 34 to statistics in the FT Table 2.4. U.S. International Trade in Goods, Balance of calendar days after the end of the reference month, reflect Payments Adjustments and in the January, April, July, and complete coverage. Survey of Current Business October issues of the . The Advance Report contains advance statistics for goods include: The export adjustments trade on a Census basis by principal end -use category, thus providing users an earlier high -level snapshot of U.S. Gold exports, nonmonetary is made for - This addition international trade for the featured month. Commodity and gold that is purchased by foreign official agencies from country details and statistics for goods trade on a balance private dealers in the United States and held at the of payments (BOP) basis and for services trade are released Federal Reserve Bank of New York. The Census data Advance Report 900. See the several days later in the FT- only include gold that leaves the U.S. customs territory. Frequently Asked Questions for more information. Goods procured in U.S. ports by foreign carriers - This The FT -900 is the primary source for the goods trade data is made for foreign air and ocean carriers’ fuel addition used in BEA’s quarterly gross domestic product ( GDP ) purchases in U.S. ports. statistics. However, for the advance GDP estimate, FT -900 data for the third month are not yet available, so BEA uses Net exports of goods under merchanting - This addition data from the Advance Report . Because only goods trade is made to include the net value of the purchase and on a Census basis by principal end -use category is available subsequent resale of goods abroad without the goods in the Advance Report, BEA applies adjustments, such as entering the United States. Because these goods do not BOP and coverage adjustments, to the Advance Report cross the U.S. customs frontier, their value is not statistics to produce detailed estimates for incorporation recorded in the Census data. into the advance GDP estimate. See the “Key Source Data GDP and Assumptions” table that accompanies each Other adjustments to exports include: for more information. release Deductions for equipment repairs (parts and labor), services b asis) and Goods ( BOP , and, -aid developed motion picture film, military grant for periods prior to 2010, goods identified in the Census Quarterly and annual statistics for goods on a BOP basis and data as exports under the Foreign Military Sales (FMS) for services are included in the U.S. international for sales of fish caught in U.S. . program Additions transactions accounts (ITAs), which are published by BEA in territorial waters, exports of electricity to Mexico, news releases in March, June, September, and December private gift parcels, vessels and oil rigs for which the January, April and in the Survey of Current Business in , – 8 –

9 ownership changes, valuation of software exports at Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, and other U.S. territories and -value (below reporting threshold) market value, low possessions. Transactions with U.S. military, diplomatic, transactions for 1999 –2009 to phase in a revised Census and consular installations abroad are excluded because -value methodology that was implemented Bureau low these installations are considered to be part of the U.S. for goods on a Census basis beg inning with statistics for economy. 2010, and, for periods prior to 2010, FMS goods exports reported to BEA by the U.S. Department of Defense. Services statistics are based on quarterly, annual, and benchmark surveys and information obtained from The import adjustments include: monthly government and industry reports. For categories for which monthly data are not available, monthly statistics is made for s - Thi Gold imports, nonmonetary addition are derived from quarterly statistics through temporal gold sold by foreign official agencies to private distribution, or interpolation. The interpolation purchasers out of stock held at the Federal Reserve methodology used by BEA is the modified Denton Bank of New York. The Census data only include gold proportional first difference m ethod. This method that enters the U.S. customs territory. preserves the pattern of the monthly indicator series, if available, while satisfying the annual aggregation An Empirical Review of Methods for - This Goods procured in foreign ports by U.S. carriers constraints. See “ Temporal Distribution and Interpolation in the National is made for U.S. air and ocean carriers’ fuel addition for more information. Services are ” (May 2008) Accounts purchases in foreign ports. seasonally adjusted when statistically significant seasonal patterns are present. Imports by U.S. military agencies is addition - This made for purchases of goods abroad by U.S. military Services are shown in nine broad categories. The following agencies, which are reported to BEA by the Dep artment is a brief description of the types of services included in of Defense. The Census data only include imports of each category: goods by U.S. military agencies that enter the U.S. customs territory. Maintenance and repair services n.i.e. (not included elsewhere) Consists of maintenance and repair - Inland freight in Canada and Mexico addition is - This services performed by residents of one country on made for inland freight in Canada and Mexico. Imports goods that are owned by residents of another country. of goods from all countries should be valued at the The repairs may be performed at the site of the repair customs value —the value at the foreign port of export facility or elsewhere. Excludes such services in which including inland freight charges. For imports from the cost is included in the price of the goods and is not Canada and Mexico, this should be the cos t of the goods billed separately or is declared as a part of the price of at the U.S. border. However, the customs value for the goods on the import or export declaration filed with imports for certain Canadian and Mexican goods is the the U.S. Customs and Border Protection. Maintenance point of origin in Canada or Mexico. BEA makes an and repair of computers are included under computer for the inland freight charges of transporting addition services, and some maintenance and repair of ships, these goods to the U.S. border to make the value aircraft, and other transport equipment are included comparable to the customs value reported for imports under transport services. from other countries. Transport - Consists of transactions associated with Other adjustments to imports include: moving people and freight from one location to another and includes related supporting and auxiliary services. for equipment repairs (parts and labor), Deductions Transport covers all modes of transportation, includin g repairs to U.S. vessels abroad, and developed motion air, sea, rail, road, space, and pipeline. Postal and -reported imports of for non picture film. Additions courier services and port services, which cover cargo locomotives and railcars, imports of electricity from handling, storage and warehousing, and other related Mexico, conversion of vessels for commercial use, transport services, are also included. - valuation of software imports at market value, and low value (below reporting threshold) transactions for - Inclu Travel (for all purposes including education) des 1999–2009 to phase in a revised Census Bureau low- goods and services acquired by nonresidents while value methodology that was implemented for goods on abroad. A traveler is defined as a person who stays, or a Census basis beginning with statistics for 2010. intends to stay, for less than one year in a country of which he or she is not a resident or as a nonresident Services whose purpose is to obtain education or medical treatment, no matter how long the stay. Purchases can The services statistics cover transactions between foreign be either for own use or for gifts to others. Travel is a countries and the 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto – 9 –

10 transactor-based component that covers a variety of related services and data processing services. Sales of goods and services, primarily lodging, meals, customized software and related use licenses, as well as transportation in the country of travel, amusement, customized software with a periodic licenses to use non- entertainment, and gifts. Travel excludes air passenger license fee, are also included, as is software services for travel between countries, which are ivered. downloaded or otherwise electronically del transport , and goods for resale, which are included in -customized packaged -border transactions in non Cross included in goods. software with a license for perpetual use are included in goods. Information services include news agency Travel includes business and personal travel. Business services, database services, and web search portals. tra vel covers goods and services acquired for use by persons whose primary purpose for travel is for - Consists of research and Other business services business (including goods and services for which development services, professional and management business travelers are reimbursed by employers). consulting services, and technical, trade -related, and Business travel also includes expenditures by border, other business services. Research and development seasonal, and other short -term workers in their services include services associated with basic and economy of employment. Personal travel covers travel applied research and experimental development of -business purposes, including for medical or for all non new products and processes. Professional and educational purposes. management consulting services include legal services, accounting, management consulting, managerial Includes the direct insurance Insurance services - services, public relations services, advertising, and services of providing life insurance and annuities, non - arent market research. Amounts received by a p life (property and casualty) insurance, reinsurance, company from its affiliates for general overhead freight insurance, and auxiliary insurance services. expenses related to these services are included. Insurance is measured as gross premiums earned plus -related, and other business services Technical, trade premium supplements less claims payable, with an include architectural and engineering, construction, adjustment for claims volatility. Premium supplements audio -visual, waste treatment, operational leasing, represent investment income from insurance reserves, trade -related, and other business services. which are attributed to policyholders who are treated as paying the income back to the insurer. Auxiliary - Includes goods Government goods and services n.i.e. insurance services include agents’ commissions, and services supplied by and to enclaves, such as brokerage services, insurance consulting services, embassies, military bases, and international actuarial services, and other insurance services. organizations; goods and services acquired from the hos t economy by diplomats, consular staff, and military Includes financial intermediary and Financial services - personnel located abroad and their dependents; and auxiliary services, except insurance services. These services supplied by and to governments that are not services include those normally provided by banks and included in other services categories. Services supplied other financial institutions. Services primarily include ecific services by and to governments are classified to sp those for which an explicit commission or a fee is categories when source data permit. charged; implicit fees for bond transactions, measured as the difference between bid and ask prices, are also services by and basis) country and (BOP Goods included. Services include securities brokerage and area underwriting, financial management, financial advisory, -related and custody services; credit and other credit Monthly country and area detail is not available for goods services; and securities lending, electronic funds on a BOP basis or for services. However, quarterly statistics transfer, and other services. on goods on a BOP basis and on services that are seasonally adjusted by geography are shown in exhibit 20. Unlike the Charges for the use of intellectual property n.i.e. - seasonal adjustments by commodity and by service type Includes charges for the use of proprietary rights, such that are applied to the global totals, these adjustments are as patents, trademarks, and copyrights, and charges for ld developed and applied directly at the country and wor licenses to use, reproduce, distribute, and sell or area levels. For total exports and imports, data users should . purchase intellectual property -service type totals shown refer to the by -commodity and by in the other exhibits. The seasonally adjusted country and Telecommunications, computer, and information - world area data will not sum to the seasonally adjusted by lecommunications services include the services - Te commodity and -service type totals because the two sets by broadcast or transmission of sound, images, data, or of statistics are derived from different aggregations of the other information by electronic means. These services export and import data and from different seasonal do not include the value of the information transmitted. adjustment models. Data users should use caution drawing - and software Computer services consist of hardware- – 10 –

11 comparisons between the two sets of seasona lly adjusted estimation methods. Seasonally adjusted data are also series. revised -day to reflect recalculated seasonal and trading adjustments. xhibit 20 are The definitio ns of the world areas shown in e consistent with the definitions for goods on a Census basis Other revisions : The release for December statistical month above) with a few exceptions. For Area groupings (see November contains revisions to goods for January through services, CAFTA- DR is not available because trade with this most recent year; the release for Janu ary statistical of the area’s member countries cannot be separately identified. month contains revisions to both goods and services for all For goods on a BOP basis and for services, European Union months of the most recent year. These revisions result from and OPEC reflect the composition of the areas at the time forcing the seasonally adjusted months to equal the annual of reporting. totals. Revision p asis and oods on a BOP b (g rocedure Data availability services) 900 Supplement are available at The FT -900 and the FT- www.census.gov/ft900 or www.bea.gov/data/intl -trade - Each month, a preliminary estimate for : revisions Monthly -goods -trade . services -and- investment/international the current month and a revised estimate for the immediately preceding month are released. After the initial (API) : nterface programming i Census Bureau’s application revision, no further revisions are made to a month until The Census Bureau’s API, available at e in March, more complete source data become availabl , lets developers create www.census.gov/developers/ June, September, and December. custom apps to reach new users and makes key -economic, and housing statistics more demographic, socio evisions Quarterly r The releases in March, June, : ble than ever before. accessi September, and Decembe r contain revised estimates for the previous six months to incorporate more data API BEA’s BEA’s data API, available at : comprehensive and updated source data. , apps.bea.gov/API/signup/index.cfm provides programmatic access to BEA’s published economic statistics Each June, historical data are revised to : revisions Annual using industry -standard methods and procedures. incorporate newly available and revised source data, changes in definitions and classifications, and changes in – 11 –

12 List of News Release Exhibits Part A: Seasonally Adjusted (by Commodity/Service) 1. U.S. International Trade in Goods and Services Exhibit Exhibit Month Moving Averages 2. U.S. International Trade in Goods and Services Three- Exhibit 3. U.S. Exports of Services by Major Category Exhibit 4. U.S. Imports of Services by Major Category Exhibit 5. U.S. Trade in Goods Exhibit 6. U.S. Trade in Goods by Princip al End -Use Category Exhibit 7. U.S. Exports of Goods by End -Use Category and Commodity 8. U.S. Imports of Goods by End -Use Category and Commodity Exhibit Exhibit 9. U.S. Trade in Petroleum and Non-Petroleum Products by End -Use Exhibit 10. Real U.S. Trade in Goods by Principal End- Use Category — Chained (20 12) Dollars Exhibit 11. Real U.S. Trade in Petroleum and Non -Petroleum Products by End- Use — Chained (20 12) Dollars Part B: Not Seasonally Adjusted 12. U.S. Trade in Goods Exhibit 13. U.S. Trade in Goods by Principal End -Use Category Exhibit : 2018 Exhibit 14. U.S. Trade in Goods by Selected Countries and Areas 14a. U.S. Trade in Goods by Selected Countries and Areas : 2017 Exhibit 15. U.S. Trade in Goods by Principal Commodities Exhibit ibit 16. U.S. Trade in Advanced Technology Products Exh Exhibit 16a. U.S. Trade in Advanced Technology Products by Technology Group and Selected Countries and Areas -Related Petroleum Products, Including Crude Oil 17. U.S. Imports of Energy Exhibit Exhibit 17a. U.S. Imports of Crude Oil by Selected Countries 18. U.S. Trade in Motor Vehicles and Parts by Selected Countries Exhibit Part C: Seasonally Adjusted (by Geography) Exhibit 19. U.S. Trade in Goods by Selected Countries and Areas— Census Basis Exhibit 20. U.S. Trade in Goods and Services by Selected Countries and Areas — BOP Basis Exhibit 20a. U.S. Trade in Goods by Selected Countries and Areas — BOP Basis Exhibit 20b. U.S. Trade in Services by Selected Countries and Areas – 12 –

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14 Part A: Seasonally Adjusted (by Commodity/Service) Exhibit 1. U.S. International Trade in Goods and Services In millions of dollars. Details may not equal totals due to seasonal adjustment and rounding. (R) - Revised. Balance Exports Imports Period Services Total Services Total Goods (1) Services Total Goods (1) Goods (1) 2016 -751,051 1,456,957 758,888 2,717,846 2,208,008 509,838 Jan. - Dec. 249,050 -502,001 2,215,844 2,025,712 694,854 2,483,614 2,017,334 466,280 228,574 1,330,858 Jan. - Nov. -457,901 -686,476 179,028 116,652 62,376 221,245 179,505 January -42,217 -62,853 20,636 41,740 19,981 118,736 62,116 226,547 180,853 42,135 -65,676 -45,695 February 184,412 20,562 180,354 117,941 62,414 March 175,852 41,852 -37,350 -57,911 217,704 -58,693 182,472 119,929 62,543 220,664 178,622 42,042 April -38,192 20,501 21,062 120,467 63,020 223,657 181,699 41,958 -61,232 183,487 May -40,170 21,634 184,317 120,762 63,555 228,054 June 41,921 -43,737 -65,371 186,133 -63,008 186,188 122,372 63,816 21,872 185,379 41,944 -41,136 July 227,324 -62,030 20,395 187,987 123,997 63,990 August 186,027 43,596 -41,635 229,622 -39,000 21,279 188,868 124,914 63,953 227,868 185,193 42,674 September -60,279 -62,902 October 123,351 63,429 229,424 186,253 43,171 20,258 -42,644 186,780 20,395 121,737 63,642 231,505 188,258 43,247 -66,522 185,378 November -46,127 20,476 190,132 126,098 64,034 234,232 December 43,558 -44,100 -64,576 190,674 2017 255,219 2,351,072 1,553,383 797,690 -807,495 2,360,878 542,471 Jan. - Dec. -552,277 2,903,349 -734,176 233,788 2,146,080 1,416,624 Jan. - Nov. 2,646,468 2,150,800 495,668 -500,388 729,456 -46,879 20,810 191,430 126,746 64,684 238,309 194,435 43,874 January -67,689 -65,401 192,340 127,232 65,108 236,510 192,633 43,877 -44,171 21,231 February -65,256 21,347 192,536 127,160 65,376 March 192,416 44,029 -43,909 236,446 -46,074 21,214 192,194 126,832 -67,288 238,268 194,120 44,148 April 65,362 -45,823 -66,768 20,945 192,772 127,091 65,681 238,595 193,859 44,737 May -44,803 June 194,778 128,569 66,209 239,580 194,461 45,119 -65,892 21,090 -65,437 July 128,477 66,683 239,382 193,915 45,467 21,216 -44,221 195,160 21,331 128,638 66,956 239,757 194,132 45,625 -65,494 195,594 August -44,163 21,485 198,352 130,699 67,654 242,760 September 46,169 -44,407 -65,892 196,590 -68,471 198,629 130,921 67,708 21,485 199,392 46,223 -46,986 October 245,615 -70,588 21,637 202,295 134,258 68,036 November 204,847 46,399 -48,952 251,246 -51,889 21,430 204,992 136,759 68,233 256,881 210,078 46,803 December -73,319 2018 -552,264 2,303,137 1,544,485 758,652 248,464 2,345,212 510,189 Jan. - Nov. -800,728 2,855,401 -74,554 22,220 202,014 133,767 January 254,348 208,322 46,027 -52,334 68,247 -54,963 21,836 205,451 136,716 -76,798 260,414 213,514 46,900 February 68,736 -46,693 -69,449 22,757 209,971 140,959 69,012 256,663 210,409 46,255 March -45,698 April 209,840 141,270 68,570 255,537 209,688 45,850 -68,417 22,720 -65,740 213,593 145,023 68,570 256,348 210,763 45,585 -42,754 22,985 May -68,901 22,747 211,815 143,137 68,678 June 212,038 45,931 -46,154 257,969 -50,416 22,746 209,794 140,818 -73,162 260,210 213,979 46,231 July 68,976 -53,685 -76,596 22,912 208,246 139,068 69,178 261,931 215,665 46,266 August -54,555 September 211,358 141,877 69,481 265,913 219,131 46,782 -77,255 22,699 -55,699 22,565 211,181 141,513 69,668 266,881 219,777 47,104 October (R) -78,264 -49,313 -71,591 22,278 209,873 140,336 69,537 259,186 211,927 47,259 November December October data as published last month: -78,112 22,624 211,046 141,472 69,573 266,534 -55,488 46,950 219,585 (1) Data are presented on a balance of payments (BOP) basis. NOTE: For information on data sources and methodology, see the explanatory notes in this release or at www.census.gov/ft900 or www.bea.gov/data/intl-trade-investment/international-trade-goods-and-services. – 14 –

15 Part A: Seasonally Adjusted (by Commodity/Service) Exhibit 2. U.S. International Trade in Goods and Services Three-Month Moving Averages In millions of dollars. Details may not equal totals due to seasonal adjustment and rounding. (R) - Revised. Balance Exports Imports Month of Moving Services Services Total Goods (1) Services Total Total Goods (1) Goods (1) Average 2016 21,110 223,432 181,856 41,576 January -41,420 62,686 182,012 -62,531 119,326 62,454 182,229 41,785 118,387 224,014 180,841 20,669 -63,842 -43,172 February March 221,832 179,923 41,909 -41,754 -62,147 20,393 180,078 117,777 62,302 118,869 62,358 221,639 179,629 April -40,412 -60,760 20,348 181,226 42,010 182,105 62,659 220,675 178,724 41,951 May -38,571 -59,279 20,708 119,446 120,386 41,974 224,125 182,151 183,425 June -40,700 -61,765 21,065 63,039 184,664 63,464 226,345 184,404 41,941 21,523 -63,203 -41,681 July 121,200 186,164 122,377 63,787 228,333 185,846 42,487 August -42,169 -63,469 21,300 187,681 21,182 63,920 228,271 185,533 42,738 September -40,590 -61,772 123,761 187,878 124,087 228,971 185,824 43,147 -61,737 -41,093 October 20,644 63,791 123,334 229,599 186,568 43,031 187,009 63,675 November 20,644 -63,234 -42,590 December 63,701 231,720 188,395 43,325 -44,290 -64,667 20,376 187,430 123,729 2017 188,980 124,860 64,120 234,682 191,122 43,560 January -45,702 -66,262 20,560 191,300 20,839 64,609 236,350 192,581 43,770 February -45,050 -65,889 126,692 192,102 65,056 237,088 193,161 43,927 21,129 127,046 March -44,986 -66,115 192,357 127,075 65,282 237,075 193,056 April -44,718 -65,982 21,264 44,018 21,168 127,028 65,473 237,770 192,501 44,305 -66,437 -45,269 May 193,465 21,083 193,248 127,497 65,751 238,814 194,147 44,668 June -45,567 -66,649 21,084 -66,033 66,191 239,186 194,078 45,108 -44,949 July 194,237 128,046 195,178 128,562 239,573 194,169 45,404 -65,608 -44,396 August 21,212 66,616 129,271 240,633 194,879 45,754 196,369 67,098 21,344 -65,608 -44,264 September October 67,439 242,711 196,705 46,006 -45,185 -66,619 21,433 197,525 130,086 199,759 131,959 67,799 246,540 200,276 46,264 November -46,782 -68,317 21,535 21,517 201,972 67,992 251,247 204,772 46,475 December -49,275 -70,793 133,980 2018 46,410 68,172 254,159 207,749 134,928 -72,820 203,100 21,762 January -51,058 204,153 135,747 68,405 257,215 February 46,577 -53,062 -74,890 21,829 210,638 22,271 137,147 68,665 257,142 205,812 46,394 -73,601 -51,330 March 210,748 22,437 208,421 139,648 68,772 257,538 211,204 46,335 April -49,118 -71,555 22,821 -67,869 68,717 256,183 210,287 45,896 -45,048 May 211,135 142,418 211,749 68,606 256,618 210,830 45,788 22,817 143,144 June -44,869 -67,686 211,734 142,993 68,741 258,175 212,260 July -46,441 -69,267 22,826 45,915 22,801 141,008 68,944 260,036 209,952 46,143 -72,886 -50,085 August 213,894 22,785 209,799 140,587 69,212 262,685 216,258 46,426 September -52,885 -75,671 22,725 140,819 69,442 264,908 218,191 46,717 210,262 October (R) -54,647 -77,372 22,514 210,804 141,242 69,562 263,993 216,945 47,048 November -53,189 -75,703 December (1) Data are presented on a BOP basis. NOTES: * The three-month moving averages shown in this exhibit are computed by summing the subject month and the two prior months, dividing by three, and showing the average at the end month of the period. A moving average is useful in smoothing the volatile trade data so that trends can better be discerned. * For information on data sources and methodology, see the explanatory notes in this release or at www.census.gov/ft900 or www.bea.gov/data/intl-trade-investment/international-trade-goods-and-services. – 15 –

16 Part A: Seasonally Adjusted (by Commodity/Service) Exhibit 3. U.S. Exports of Services by Major Category In millions of dollars. Details may not equal totals due to seasonal adjustment and rounding. (R) - Revised. Telecommuni- Travel Charges for Government Other cations, (for all Maintenance the Use of Financial Insurance Total Goods and Business Computer, and purposes and Repair Transport Period Intellectual Services Services Services Services n.i.e. Services Information including Services n.i.e. Property n.i.e. Services education) (1) 2016 Jan. - Dec. 206,902 17,067 99,384 124,734 38,548 143,768 18,801 25,004 758,888 84,679 35,201 77,395 15,630 90,630 114,557 189,609 131,556 17,392 22,884 Jan. - Nov. 694,854 2,074 7,105 17,349 1,370 7,868 10,352 3,172 11,646 1,441 January 62,376 2,044 7,840 17,264 1,364 62,116 10,446 3,167 11,638 1,444 February 6,909 3,172 1,975 1,368 7,872 10,500 17,318 11,710 1,501 62,414 March 6,998 1,992 7,008 17,033 1,381 7,955 10,513 3,189 11,861 1,611 April 62,543 63,020 2,043 17,046 1,399 8,108 10,519 3,194 11,995 1,694 May 7,021 10,515 63,555 17,047 1,422 8,314 7,070 3,189 12,112 1,750 June 2,135 63,816 July 6,988 17,314 1,450 8,246 10,503 3,174 12,210 1,779 2,152 August 2,103 7,115 17,303 1,467 8,409 10,451 3,180 12,224 1,737 63,990 63,953 2,203 17,338 1,475 8,540 10,360 3,207 12,152 1,625 September 7,054 3,255 2,104 1,473 8,618 10,230 17,305 11,994 1,441 63,429 7,009 October 2,058 7,117 17,292 1,460 8,860 November 3,302 12,014 1,369 63,642 10,169 64,034 7,284 17,293 1,437 8,753 2,120 3,347 12,212 1,410 December 10,177 2017 797,690 18,047 88,598 210,747 Jan. - Dec. 109,642 128,364 42,219 154,313 19,329 26,430 117,376 729,456 192,868 16,456 100,054 81,017 38,563 141,162 17,821 Jan. - Nov. 24,139 64,684 2,277 7,246 17,324 1,403 8,656 10,255 3,392 12,587 1,544 January February 65,108 7,222 17,364 1,390 8,628 10,362 3,419 12,781 1,632 2,309 8,827 March 7,195 17,259 1,399 2,317 10,498 3,430 12,796 1,655 65,376 April 65,362 2,271 7,180 17,446 1,428 8,706 10,664 3,423 12,631 1,613 May 65,681 7,203 17,460 1,462 8,975 10,761 3,439 12,588 1,604 2,188 66,209 2,115 17,485 1,502 9,172 10,789 3,479 12,666 1,627 June 7,373 3,542 2,027 1,547 9,138 10,748 17,611 12,866 1,683 66,683 7,522 July 2,070 7,308 17,604 1,575 9,374 August 3,585 13,000 1,694 66,956 10,745 67,654 7,653 17,764 1,586 9,415 2,117 3,609 13,070 1,660 September 10,780 67,708 2,213 7,555 17,690 1,581 9,547 October 3,615 13,074 1,580 10,853 November 2,235 7,560 17,861 1,583 9,615 10,922 3,631 13,101 1,529 68,036 10,987 68,233 17,879 1,591 9,589 7,581 3,656 13,151 1,508 December 2,291 2018 758,652 16,698 84,848 196,993 Jan. - Nov. 104,463 121,067 39,609 148,987 18,630 27,358 9,388 January 7,531 17,784 1,530 2,351 11,104 3,632 13,367 1,560 68,247 February 68,736 2,420 7,722 17,870 1,512 9,258 11,200 3,630 13,535 1,590 March 69,012 7,695 17,851 1,513 9,261 11,272 3,651 13,654 1,598 2,516 10,871 68,570 17,895 1,516 9,281 7,774 3,569 13,439 1,719 April 2,505 68,570 2,503 7,835 17,896 1,520 9,408 10,754 3,529 13,339 1,786 May June 68,678 7,844 17,860 1,521 9,535 10,774 3,532 13,353 1,799 2,461 9,535 July 7,748 17,959 1,519 2,468 10,931 3,576 13,482 1,759 68,976 August 69,178 2,533 7,588 17,917 1,517 9,667 11,029 3,607 13,590 1,729 September 69,481 7,768 17,959 1,517 9,644 11,065 3,624 13,680 1,708 2,516 9,774 October (R) 7,693 18,018 1,517 2,551 11,041 3,628 13,750 1,695 69,668 November 69,537 2,535 7,650 17,984 1,517 9,711 11,025 3,630 13,797 1,687 December October data as published last month: 69,573 2,551 7,668 17,974 1,517 9,747 11,041 3,628 13,750 1,695 n.i.e. Not included elsewhere (1) All travel purposes include 1) business travel, including expenditures by border, seasonal, and other short-term workers and 2) personal travel, including health-related and education-related travel. NOTE: For information on data sources, methodology, and definitions, see the explanatory notes in this release or at www.census.gov/ft900 or www.bea.gov/data/intl-trade-investment/international-trade-goods-and-services. – 16 –

17 Part A: Seasonally Adjusted (by Commodity/Service) Exhibit 4. U.S. Imports of Services by Major Category In millions of dollars. Details may not equal totals due to seasonal adjustment and rounding. (R) - Revised. Telecommuni- Travel Charges for Government Other cations, (for all Maintenance the Use of Financial Insurance Total Goods and Business Computer, and purposes and Repair Transport Period Intellectual Services Services Services Services n.i.e. Services Information including Services n.i.e. Property n.i.e. Services education) (1) 2016 Jan. - Dec. 123,569 49,900 25,752 46,577 37,391 99,476 21,503 8,731 509,838 96,939 34,184 88,666 45,585 23,542 42,575 112,786 91,282 19,679 7,982 Jan. - Nov. 466,280 704 7,883 10,105 4,030 2,095 3,600 3,149 8,437 1,737 January 41,740 703 2,119 10,202 4,058 42,135 3,607 3,167 8,436 1,747 February 8,095 3,136 691 4,061 2,139 3,629 10,176 8,451 1,767 41,852 March 7,802 687 8,089 10,118 4,039 2,112 3,664 3,055 8,481 1,797 April 42,042 41,958 686 10,099 4,038 2,081 3,701 3,019 8,455 1,813 May 8,066 3,740 41,921 10,072 4,061 2,119 8,001 3,028 8,372 1,815 June 714 41,944 July 8,003 10,089 4,106 2,119 3,780 3,082 8,232 1,802 733 August 768 8,114 10,289 4,172 2,146 5,056 3,118 8,137 1,795 43,596 42,674 776 10,416 4,261 2,186 3,879 3,135 8,086 1,795 September 8,140 3,136 760 4,370 2,192 3,939 10,626 8,080 1,800 43,171 8,268 October 761 8,204 10,594 4,389 2,235 November 3,159 8,116 1,810 43,247 3,980 43,558 8,274 10,784 4,316 2,210 749 3,207 8,193 1,824 December 4,002 2017 542,471 50,665 101,744 135,024 Jan. - Dec. 28,931 51,284 40,054 104,385 22,047 8,337 46,644 495,668 123,201 46,582 26,400 92,998 36,607 95,372 20,208 Jan. - Nov. 7,656 43,874 723 8,439 10,923 4,151 2,205 4,005 3,278 8,312 1,837 January February 43,877 8,395 10,911 4,076 2,233 4,013 3,312 8,391 1,843 704 2,312 March 8,367 10,945 4,091 711 4,024 3,310 8,430 1,840 44,029 April 44,148 712 8,370 11,051 4,196 2,259 4,041 3,270 8,428 1,822 May 44,737 8,475 11,221 4,280 2,378 4,089 3,259 8,494 1,820 721 45,119 703 11,254 4,344 2,438 4,168 3,276 8,628 1,834 June 8,473 3,322 673 4,389 2,434 4,280 11,211 8,829 1,845 45,467 8,484 July 650 8,288 11,268 4,382 2,496 August 3,359 8,951 1,849 45,625 4,382 46,169 8,580 11,335 4,324 2,548 681 3,387 8,993 1,846 September 4,474 46,223 682 8,548 11,483 4,215 2,541 October 3,407 8,955 1,836 4,556 November 696 8,579 11,599 4,135 2,557 4,612 3,427 8,961 1,834 46,399 4,640 46,803 11,824 4,083 2,530 8,746 3,446 9,013 1,840 December 681 2018 510,189 34,784 98,595 132,341 Jan. - Nov. 28,480 49,042 36,462 101,975 21,032 7,477 2,545 January 8,641 11,737 3,482 690 4,399 3,401 9,263 1,870 46,027 February 46,900 701 8,800 11,753 3,204 2,489 5,243 3,382 9,440 1,888 March 46,255 8,812 12,063 3,068 2,497 4,284 3,391 9,544 1,894 703 4,252 45,850 11,877 3,152 2,546 8,968 3,310 9,144 1,903 April 697 45,585 690 8,891 11,864 3,192 2,562 4,263 3,265 8,947 1,911 May June 45,931 8,897 11,879 3,210 2,610 4,536 3,255 8,952 1,917 676 2,594 July 8,889 11,949 3,207 663 4,568 3,280 9,160 1,921 46,231 August 46,266 671 8,853 12,049 3,176 2,646 4,346 3,295 9,305 1,925 September 46,782 9,241 12,149 3,116 2,623 4,368 3,300 9,388 1,930 668 2,698 October (R) 9,305 12,369 3,028 680 4,386 3,294 9,409 1,935 47,104 November 47,259 641 9,301 12,652 2,949 2,669 4,398 3,290 9,422 1,938 December October data as published last month: 46,950 680 9,297 12,299 3,028 2,622 4,386 3,294 9,409 1,935 n.i.e. Not included elsewhere (1) All travel purposes include 1) business travel, including expenditures by border, seasonal, and other short-term workers and 2) personal travel, including health-related and education-related travel. NOTE: For information on data sources, methodology, and definitions, see the explanatory notes in this release or at www.census.gov/ft900 or www.bea.gov/data/intl-trade-investment/international-trade-goods-and-services. – 17 –

18 Part A: Seasonally Adjusted (by Commodity/Service) Exhibit 5. U.S. Trade in Goods In millions of dollars. Details may not equal totals due to seasonal adjustment and rounding. (R) - Revised. Balance Exports Imports Total Balance Total Balance Total Balance Period Total Census Net Total Census Total Census Net of Payments of Payments of Payments Basis Adjustments Basis Basis Adjustments Basis Basis Basis 2016 2,187,600 2,208,008 20,408 5,933 -751,051 1,456,957 -736,577 1,451,024 Jan. - Dec. 5,355 1,325,503 2,017,334 Jan. - Nov. 1,998,595 -686,476 -673,091 1,330,858 18,740 116,652 394 116,259 179,505 1,599 177,906 -61,647 -62,853 January 118,736 377 118,359 184,412 February 182,756 -65,676 -64,397 1,656 -56,641 428 117,513 175,852 1,698 174,154 March -57,911 117,941 119,929 119,431 178,622 1,671 176,951 -57,519 498 April -58,693 120,467 528 119,939 181,699 May 179,874 -61,232 -59,935 1,825 -63,899 120,762 468 120,294 186,133 1,940 184,193 -65,371 June -61,688 122,372 528 121,843 185,379 July 183,531 -63,008 1,849 -62,030 123,997 531 123,466 186,027 1,739 184,288 August -60,822 -59,223 September 124,402 185,193 1,568 183,626 124,914 -60,279 512 123,351 122,836 186,253 1,586 184,667 -61,831 515 October -62,902 121,737 576 121,161 188,258 1,609 November -66,522 -65,488 186,649 -63,485 578 125,520 190,674 126,098 189,006 December -64,576 1,668 2017 -795,690 1,553,383 7,110 1,546,273 Jan. - Dec. 18,915 2,341,963 -807,495 2,360,878 -734,176 1,416,624 6,432 1,410,192 2,150,800 17,359 2,133,441 Jan. - Nov. -723,249 -66,596 629 126,117 194,435 1,722 192,713 -67,689 126,746 January -64,387 127,232 660 126,572 February 1,675 190,958 -65,401 192,633 -65,256 -64,158 127,160 595 126,565 192,416 1,693 190,723 March -67,288 -66,257 126,832 528 126,304 194,120 1,558 192,561 April -66,768 May 523 126,568 193,859 1,582 192,277 -65,709 127,091 -64,823 June 128,063 194,461 1,575 192,886 128,569 -65,892 506 128,477 127,909 193,915 1,549 192,366 -64,457 568 July -65,437 128,638 563 128,076 194,132 August 192,553 -65,494 -64,478 1,579 -64,921 130,699 496 130,202 196,590 1,467 195,124 -65,892 September -67,629 130,921 597 130,324 199,392 October 197,953 -68,471 1,439 -70,588 134,258 767 133,492 204,847 1,520 203,327 November -69,835 -72,441 678 136,081 210,078 1,556 208,522 -73,319 136,759 December 2018 -789,376 1,544,485 7,336 1,537,149 Jan. - Nov. 18,688 2,326,524 -800,728 2,345,212 -74,554 -73,626 133,767 782 132,985 208,322 1,710 206,611 January -76,798 -75,975 136,716 765 135,951 213,514 1,589 211,925 February -69,449 March 624 140,335 210,409 1,554 208,855 -68,520 140,959 -67,394 703 140,567 209,688 1,726 207,961 -68,417 April 141,270 -64,688 145,023 815 144,208 210,763 1,867 208,896 May -65,740 -68,901 -67,903 632 142,505 212,038 1,630 210,408 June 143,137 -73,162 140,818 607 140,210 213,979 1,727 212,252 July -72,042 -76,596 -75,357 139,068 550 138,518 215,665 1,789 213,875 August -77,255 September 594 141,283 219,131 1,571 217,560 -76,277 141,877 -78,264 141,513 613 140,900 219,777 1,762 218,016 October (R) -77,116 -71,591 -70,478 140,336 650 139,686 211,927 1,762 210,164 November December October data as published last month: -76,982 141,472 616 140,856 219,585 -78,112 217,839 1,746 NOTE: For information on data sources, nonsampling errors, definitions, and details concerning what is included in Net Adjustments, see the explanatory notes in this release or at www.census.gov/ft900 or www.bea.gov/data/intl-trade-investment/international-trade-goods-and-services. – 18 –

19 Part A: Seasonally Adjusted (by Commodity/Service) Exhibit 6. U.S. Trade in Goods by Principal End-Use Category In millions of dollars. Details may not equal totals due to seasonal adjustment and rounding. (R) - Revised. End-Use Commodity Category Total Balance Net Total Census Period of Payments Industrial Consumer Foods, Feeds, Automotive Basis (1) Adjustments Capital Goods Other Goods Basis & Beverages Vehicles, etc. Supplies (2) Goods Exports 2017 197,657 132,744 1,546,273 7,110 1,553,383 Jan. - Dec. 533,302 464,660 60,270 157,641 421,866 Jan. - Nov. 180,906 144,131 486,261 55,140 121,887 1,410,192 6,432 1,416,624 126,746 43,616 13,371 16,356 4,548 126,117 January 10,944 37,282 629 4,913 16,555 43,093 38,125 10,551 126,572 660 127,232 February 13,335 595 126,565 11,190 37,202 March 13,049 16,502 5,022 127,160 43,600 5,038 12,623 43,605 37,605 15,996 126,304 528 126,832 April 11,438 127,091 523 126,568 10,964 37,597 43,314 12,879 16,812 May 5,003 5,043 June 128,569 506 128,063 11,350 37,723 43,896 13,545 16,507 5,140 July 128,477 568 127,909 11,653 37,564 44,746 12,882 15,924 563 128,076 11,207 36,898 45,247 13,102 16,749 4,872 August 128,638 September 130,699 496 130,202 11,348 39,162 44,921 13,094 16,336 5,341 5,138 16,356 12,728 44,014 41,534 10,555 130,324 597 130,921 October 5,084 November 134,258 767 133,492 10,686 41,174 46,210 13,524 16,813 5,129 678 December 136,759 136,081 10,857 42,794 47,041 13,509 16,751 2018 189,485 515,297 495,229 130,913 1,537,149 7,336 1,544,485 Jan. - Nov. 59,831 146,394 133,767 5,008 17,878 13,602 44,850 40,933 10,713 132,985 782 January 765 5,170 16,743 14,471 45,749 136,716 42,952 10,865 135,951 February March 140,959 624 140,335 11,760 44,310 47,547 14,134 17,147 5,436 5,291 45,656 April 141,270 703 140,567 12,360 46,126 13,920 17,215 145,023 6,201 17,795 13,559 48,173 44,374 14,106 144,208 815 May 5,633 143,137 632 142,505 14,055 46,316 47,284 12,855 June 16,362 15,973 July 140,818 607 140,210 13,245 46,537 46,316 13,060 5,079 17,616 5,594 46,417 44,140 11,968 138,518 550 139,068 August 12,785 5,164 September 17,761 12,961 141,877 46,892 11,009 141,283 594 47,496 October (R) 141,513 613 140,900 10,385 47,240 46,964 12,711 17,949 5,651 17,046 12,336 48,375 45,878 5,604 139,686 650 140,336 November 10,446 December Imports 2017 640,575 137,816 2,341,963 18,915 2,360,878 Jan. - Dec. 507,287 95,454 358,961 601,869 86,998 328,289 583,491 461,822 125,952 2,133,441 17,359 2,150,800 Jan. - Nov. 546,889 7,765 50,571 30,857 50,895 41,529 January 11,095 192,713 1,722 194,435 190,958 11,220 43,278 50,867 29,016 1,675 48,885 7,694 192,633 February 7,073 48,876 30,173 42,617 11,139 190,723 1,693 192,416 March 50,846 194,120 1,558 192,561 11,379 April 51,588 29,806 50,384 7,825 41,578 7,937 29,283 52,583 41,783 49,274 192,277 1,582 193,859 May 11,417 8,100 June 194,461 1,575 192,886 11,409 41,115 52,940 30,240 49,082 7,963 11,614 July 193,915 1,549 192,366 40,623 53,902 29,531 48,734 August 7,782 29,974 53,723 40,373 11,546 192,553 1,579 194,132 49,155 7,803 49,815 29,722 54,838 196,590 September 11,698 195,124 1,467 41,248 8,698 October 199,392 1,439 197,953 11,720 42,754 55,089 29,538 50,154 8,359 11,713 November 204,847 1,520 203,327 44,926 56,221 30,150 51,959 45,465 December 54,980 30,673 57,084 210,078 11,865 208,522 1,556 8,457 2018 592,335 96,887 Jan. - Nov. 2,345,212 18,688 2,326,524 134,900 529,023 633,319 340,060 53,170 30,660 55,734 46,878 11,835 206,611 1,710 208,322 January 8,335 February 7,841 31,103 57,613 47,126 12,566 211,925 1,589 213,514 55,677 7,684 54,681 30,906 56,519 210,409 March 12,332 208,855 1,554 46,734 8,972 April 209,688 1,726 207,961 12,273 47,874 56,922 30,029 51,891 8,560 12,380 May 210,763 1,867 208,896 47,856 58,976 29,701 51,424 June 53,396 30,207 57,494 48,758 12,174 210,408 1,630 212,038 8,380 52,612 9,033 July 213,979 1,727 212,252 12,439 49,302 58,156 30,709 53,471 49,655 57,683 31,711 12,305 213,875 1,789 215,665 August 9,050 9,336 September 55,478 31,112 60,060 49,430 12,144 217,560 1,571 219,131 October (R) 219,777 1,762 218,016 12,299 49,413 56,909 31,840 57,407 10,146 53,128 9,549 November 211,927 1,762 210,164 12,153 45,997 57,254 32,083 December (1) Detailed data are presented on a Census basis. The information needed to convert to a BOP basis is not available. (2) Includes petroleum and petroleum products. NOTE: For information on data sources, nonsampling errors, definitions, and details concerning what is included in Net Adjustments, see the explanatory notes in this release or at www.census.gov/ft900 or www.bea.gov/data/intl-trade-investment/international-trade-goods-and-services. – 19 –

20 Part A: Seasonally Adjusted (by Commodity/Service) Exhibit 7. U.S. Exports of Goods by End-Use Category and Commodity In millions of dollars. Details may not equal totals due to seasonal adjustment and rounding. The commodities in this exhibit are ranked on the monthly change within each major commodity grouping. (-) Represents zero or less than one-half of measurement shown. (R) - Revised. Monthly Year-to-Date October Year-to-Date November Year-to-Date Item (1) 2017 2018 (R) 2018 Change Change 2018 127,861 1,416,624 1,544,485 -1,178 141,513 140,336 Total, Balance of Payments Basis 904 650 6,432 7,336 Net Adjustments 36 613 139,686 140,900 Total, Census Basis 1,537,149 1,410,192 126,957 -1,214 9,026 Foods, feeds, and beverages 10,446 10,385 61 130,913 121,887 131 671 Nuts 802 130 8,483 8,352 -58 Rice 1,687 1,630 105 122 226 Fish and shellfish 479 388 91 5,412 5,406 6 6,452 -301 Vegetables 564 527 38 6,151 1,952 197 Alcoholic beverages, excluding wine 163 34 2,195 243 8,093 26 693 719 1 Fruits, frozen juices 8,094 -143 Oilseeds, food oils 2,633 2,490 25 231 256 Bakery products 532 507 25 5,802 5,752 50 1,021 -191 Sorghum, barley, oats 54 30 24 830 13,295 1,260 Other foods 1,250 10 13,601 306 2,069 2,109 40 8 168 176 Wine, beer, and related products Nonagricultural foods, etc. -9 36 35 1 398 408 Meat, poultry, etc. 17,146 1,124 1,586 1,608 -21 18,269 -33 4,069 185 Dairy products and eggs 355 388 4,254 8,522 721 679 Animal feeds, n.e.c. 7,543 -42 979 9,417 -95 1,211 1,116 3,189 Corn 12,606 4,090 Soybeans 20,889 24,978 -96 971 875 Wheat 533 701 -168 5,089 5,704 -615 421,866 73,363 Industrial supplies and materials 45,878 47,240 -1,362 495,229 44,439 5,490 Petroleum products, other 6,066 -576 59,046 14,607 19,523 20,181 658 -464 1,660 1,196 Nonmonetary gold Metallurgical grade coal 1,037 679 832 -153 8,000 6,963 Steelmaking materials 6,187 1,526 584 733 -149 7,713 -127 5,315 767 Cotton, raw 472 599 6,083 7,983 738 615 Precious metals, other 5,925 -123 2,058 1,003 1,134 130 -64 99 35 Tobacco, unmanufactured Logs and lumber 12 504 554 -49 6,417 6,405 Chemicals-inorganic 8,366 880 791 834 -43 9,247 -39 31,718 3,332 Plastic materials 3,276 3,314 35,050 3,291 3,282 9 311 274 Synthetic rubber-primary -37 -33 38,963 34,683 4,281 Fuel oil 3,832 3,865 -30 1,785 4,069 1,754 Natural gas liquids 17,909 13,840 6,245 569 542 Manmade cloth 6,061 -27 184 7,955 -18 815 797 707 Pulpwood and woodpulp 8,661 142 Industrial rubber products 4,205 4,348 -14 399 385 Finished metal shapes 1,663 1,677 -14 18,498 16,890 1,608 5,591 1,571 Coal and fuels, other 677 690 -14 7,163 24,701 2,331 Other industrial supplies 2,340 -9 25,988 1,286 3,095 3,283 188 -7 376 370 Agric. farming-unmanufactured Nonmetallic minerals 59 79 85 -7 948 889 1,253 1,279 -26 Glass-plate, sheet, etc. 108 115 -6 12,878 Newsprint 786 1,153 1,157 -5 12,092 3,090 273 269 Agriculture-manufactured, other 2,917 -3 173 19,644 42,541 22,898 -3 5,008 5,005 Crude oil Nontextile floor tiles -24 42 44 -2 493 516 2,945 2,901 44 Finished textile supplies 263 265 -1 6,253 Iron and steel products, other 297 547 547 (-) 5,956 1,014 50 (-) 964 98 98 Wood supplies, manufactured Tapes, audio and visual 158 -40 12 9 3 118 3 847 951 -104 Leather and furs 70 67 3 49 -20 52 Hair, waste materials 579 598 6,370 586 589 Mineral supplies-manufactured 5,826 3 543 1,933 1,966 33 4 180 184 Cotton fiber cloth Electric energy 162 34 23 11 322 160 4,568 4,309 259 Shingles, molding, wallboard 407 393 13 1,355 Hides and skins -410 122 106 16 1,765 28,848 3,324 20 25,524 2,574 2,594 Chemicals-organic Nuclear fuel materials 864 -141 72 52 20 723 30 3,925 3,339 585 Agric. industry-unmanufactured 380 350 33 659 -661 692 Iron and steel mill products 8,521 9,182 7,985 882 38 7,103 Aluminum and alumina 742 704 8,137 7,574 563 Chemicals-fertilizers 813 759 54 7,811 7,681 130 55 659 714 Nonferrous metals, other 65 30,861 28,581 2,280 Chemicals-other 2,856 2,791 87 7,369 1,625 8,994 820 908 Gas-natural 195 6,688 5,646 1,042 Copper 807 612 – 20 –

21 Part A: Seasonally Adjusted (by Commodity/Service) Exhibit 7. U.S. Exports of Goods by End-Use Category and Commodity In millions of dollars. Details may not equal totals due to seasonal adjustment and rounding. The commodities in this exhibit are ranked on the monthly change within each major commodity grouping. (-) Represents zero or less than one-half of measurement shown. (R) - Revised. October November Year-to-Date Monthly Year-to-Date Year-to-Date Item (1) 2017 Change Change 2018 2018 (R) 2018 1,411 515,297 29,036 48,375 Capital goods, except automotive 46,964 486,261 996 50,772 401 4,853 5,849 Civilian aircraft 51,173 386 34,246 35,078 -833 Telecommunications equipment 3,252 2,866 4,200 181 38,424 7,476 Engines-civilian aircraft 4,381 45,901 138 -189 23,091 1,951 Industrial engines 2,089 22,902 2,021 21,839 20,873 966 2,106 Parts-civilian aircraft 86 3,099 79 34,341 32,274 2,067 Medicinal equipment 3,178 108 36 709 398 311 Commercial vessels, other 71 4,061 Semiconductors 43,603 813 65 4,125 44,416 47 31 3,153 303 Railway transportation equipment 350 3,183 2,888 30,444 27,902 2,542 2,932 Computer accessories 43 327 29 4,027 Wood, glass, plastic 102 356 3,925 895 27 9,670 9,370 300 Photo, service industry machinery 868 199 2,083 2,196 220 114 Pulp and paper machinery 21 92 17 948 820 128 Specialized mining 75 Business machines and equipment 199 14 2,259 2,163 95 213 Textile, sewing machines 96 4 1,033 1,054 -21 101 5 2 69 66 3 Vessels, excluding scrap 4 4 3 133 -58 Spacecraft, excluding military 7 74 295 3,301 3,256 45 296 Food, tobacco machinery 1 110 -2 1,198 1,077 121 Marine engines, parts 108 570 572 6,723 6,105 618 Metalworking machine tools -2 1,026 10,461 11,414 1,016 953 Laboratory testing instruments -9 3,812 -10 42,077 39,624 2,453 Electric apparatus 3,822 977 992 -15 Generators, accessories 10,597 242 10,839 Nonfarm tractors and parts 343 -30 3,190 2,805 386 313 2,147 2,186 23,850 21,587 2,264 Measuring, testing, control instruments -39 986 -52 10,617 9,170 1,448 Excavating machinery 1,038 275 341 -67 3,782 3,362 420 Drilling & oilfield equipment Computers 1,324 -77 14,982 14,037 945 1,401 565 7,166 -132 Agricultural machinery, equipment 6,796 370 697 Materials handling equipment 1,103 -137 11,309 10,338 971 966 Industrial machines, other 4,760 4,991 -231 55,420 51,867 3,554 Automotive vehicles, parts, and engines 12,336 -375 146,394 144,131 2,262 12,711 4,889 5,108 56,171 55,021 1,150 Other parts and accessories of vehicles -220 3,922 -129 47,870 -1,006 Passenger cars, new and used 3,793 46,864 1,617 19,185 18,313 872 1,552 Engines and engine parts -65 133 -62 1,002 901 101 Bodies and chassis for passenger cars 71 283 307 3,336 3,114 222 Automotive tires and tubes -24 1,624 18,911 19,835 1,748 924 Trucks, buses, and special purpose vehicles 124 17,046 -903 189,485 180,906 8,579 Consumer goods 17,949 1,593 2,119 -526 20,859 19,188 1,671 Gem diamonds Pharmaceutical preparations 4,436 -420 49,628 46,910 2,718 4,857 1,019 1,095 11,258 11,188 71 Jewelry, etc. -76 1,372 10,954 13,740 1,302 2,786 Artwork, antiques, stamps, etc. -69 1,110 -41 12,236 11,685 551 Toiletries and cosmetics 1,151 623 645 -22 Apparel, household goods - textile 6,101 300 6,400 Numismatic coins 63 -9 851 691 160 54 64 706 -7 Sports apparel and gear 674 32 71 Televisions and video equipment 348 -6 4,195 4,565 -370 343 Recorded media 141 146 -6 1,597 1,655 -58 Rugs 82 -1 891 911 -21 83 38 38 420 408 12 Nursery stock, etc. (-) 47 530 543 47 12 Glassware, chinaware (-) 95 1 1,094 1,079 14 Cookware, cutlery, tools 94 604 603 1 Other consumer nondurables 6,725 -68 6,656 Apparel,household goods-nontextile 265 2 2,985 2,777 209 267 111 1,106 3 Tobacco, manufactured 963 143 108 Furniture, household goods, etc. 418 5 4,533 4,357 176 424 Stereo equipment, etc. 177 168 10 1,815 1,887 -72 Books, printed matter 344 10 3,885 3,971 -86 334 538 5,888 15 Household appliances 5,725 163 522 Musical instruments 174 30 1,907 1,762 145 204 Pleasure boats and motors 187 143 44 2,169 2,055 114 Toys, games, and sporting goods 775 65 9,225 9,124 101 840 Cell phones and other household goods, n.e.c. 2,403 2,309 94 24,896 25,019 -122 4,691 Other goods 5,651 -47 59,831 55,140 5,604 (1) Detailed data are presented on a Census basis. The information needed to convert to a BOP basis is not available. NOTE: For information on data sources, nonsampling errors, definitions, and details concerning what is included in Net Adjustments, see the explanatory notes in this release or at www.census.gov/ft900 or www.bea.gov/data/intl-trade-investment/international-trade-goods-and-services. – 21 –

22 Part A: Seasonally Adjusted (by Commodity/Service) Exhibit 8. U.S. Imports of Goods by End-Use Category and Commodity In millions of dollars. Details may not equal totals due to seasonal adjustment and rounding. The commodities in this exhibit are ranked on the monthly change within each major commodity grouping. (-) Represents zero or less than one-half of measurement shown. (R) - Revised. Monthly Year-to-Date October Year-to-Date November Year-to-Date Item (1) 2017 2018 (R) 2018 Change Change 2018 194,412 2,150,800 2,345,212 -7,850 219,777 211,927 Total, Balance of Payments Basis 1,762 1,762 1,329 Net Adjustments 17,359 18,688 1 218,016 -7,851 2,326,524 2,133,441 193,083 Total, Census Basis 210,164 12,153 12,299 Foods, feeds, and beverages 134,900 125,952 8,948 -146 Alcoholic beverages, excluding wine 707 770 -62 7,867 7,181 686 16,711 Fruits, frozen juices 1,643 1,698 -55 17,851 1,140 -160 6,307 6,147 -35 528 493 Food oils, oilseeds Feedstuff and foodgrains 509 542 -34 6,061 5,332 728 10,273 611 Wine, beer, and related products 930 961 -30 10,884 11,637 1,134 Vegetables 1,162 -28 12,410 773 1,796 -24 185 161 Dairy products and eggs 194 1,989 897 Fish and shellfish 1,895 1,900 -5 20,589 19,692 -449 439 441 Green coffee -2 4,331 4,780 -265 1,107 843 (-) 40 Cocoa beans 40 Nuts 229 278 277 1 3,293 3,064 2,370 -35 Tea, spices, etc. 211 208 3 2,406 881 1,028 148 4 99 102 Nonagricultural foods, etc. Bakery products 615 1,039 1,018 20 10,785 10,170 16,514 13,044 3,470 1,482 Other foods 25 1,457 30 10,054 391 Meat products 938 908 10,445 1,493 106 152 Cane and beet sugar 1,516 46 -23 461,822 -3,417 49,413 67,200 45,997 Industrial supplies and materials 529,023 5,915 Petroleum products, other 28,087 34,001 -1,367 3,213 1,846 Fuel oil 2,100 2,868 -769 26,252 18,251 8,001 120,967 25,358 Crude oil 12,436 13,134 -698 146,325 10,955 967 746 s 1,146 -179 10,209 Chemicals-fertilizer -171 2,074 40 378 2,115 207 y Electric energ 18,050 791 1,611 1,778 -167 Iron and steel mill products 18,841 2,586 2,622 Nuclear fuel materials 221 326 -105 -36 -75 6,521 309 Lumber 465 540 6,830 3,387 346 283 Pulpwood and woodpulp 2,921 -64 466 7,671 8,170 499 -63 777 714 Tobacco, waxes, etc. Paper and paper products 699 706 765 -59 7,578 6,879 1,434 2,143 -709 Coal and related fuels 154 201 -46 -37 19,562 2,363 1,825 1,862 17,199 Finished metal shapes -36 15,701 2,243 1,690 Plastic materials 1,655 17,944 -35 5,418 4,384 1,034 543 s 578 Nontextile floor tile -29 430 141 401 Copper 5,689 5,547 2,984 349 322 Liquefied petroleum gases 2,906 -27 78 1,604 -24 139 114 -181 Natural rubber 1,423 31,077 3,471 34,549 -24 3,247 3,223 r Industrial supplies, othe 398 525 546 -21 6,086 Stone, sand, cement, etc. 5,688 4,058 371 Nonferrous metals, other 345 363 -18 4,429 10,292 1,010 Shingles, wallboard 1,023 -13 11,101 810 431 346 -85 -9 39 30 Blank tapes, audio & visual Nickel 490 164 170 -6 2,204 1,714 68 93 -25 Hides and skins 6 8 -2 1,075 Hair, waste materials 109 107 109 -2 966 -2 70 -23 t 807 72 831 Newsprin 10,961 1,536 -2 9,425 1,076 1,075 Iron and steel, advanced 614 32 58 59 -1 Wool, silk, etc. 646 1,366 1,165 201 Sulfur, nonmetallic minerals 122 123 -1 2,166 Zinc 398 162 163 (-) 1,768 80 5 (-) 75 7 7 Cotton, natural fibers Leather and furs 659 -10 56 55 1 649 2 15,102 14,625 477 Bauxite and aluminum 1,335 1,333 3 256 314 258 Synthetic rubber--primary 2,721 2,407 3,653 300 304 Plywood and veneers 3,028 4 625 963 1,000 Cotton cloth, fabrics 89 38 85 4 1,686 12 Farming materials, livestock 156 152 5 1,697 4,973 4,497 476 9 463 s 472 Finished textile supplie 1,935 1,762 174 186 177 Glass-plate, sheet, etc. 9 12 1,334 83 Materials, excluding chemicals 133 120 1,417 5,546 360 13 5,186 510 523 Synthetic cloth Chemicals-organic 23,582 4,215 2,672 2,655 17 27,797 22 734 696 37 Tin 76 54 24 822 739 845 Iron and steel products, n.e.c. 9,217 8,478 8,408 1,858 29 6,550 Chemicals-inorganic 794 765 6,094 6,853 -759 Gas-natural 656 627 29 12,757 11,341 1,415 50 1,160 1,210 Chemicals-other, n.e.c. 53 9,031 10,312 -1,282 Nonmonetary gold 781 729 130 8,591 1,340 9,931 874 1,005 Other precious metals 217 8,986 7,341 1,645 Steelmaking materials 969 751 – 22 –

23 Part A: Seasonally Adjusted (by Commodity/Service) Exhibit 8. U.S. Imports of Goods by End-Use Category and Commodity In millions of dollars. Details may not equal totals due to seasonal adjustment and rounding. The commodities in this exhibit are ranked on the monthly change within each major commodity grouping. (-) Represents zero or less than one-half of measurement shown. (R) - Revised. October November Year-to-Date Monthly Year-to-Date Year-to-Date Item (1) 2017 Change 2018 Change 2018 (R) 2018 345 57,254 49,828 633,319 56,909 Capital goods, except automotive 583,491 49,289 599 404 48,691 4,179 4,583 Semiconductors Computer accessories 54,246 4,887 5,030 4,877 153 59,133 4 83 225 179 y 87 46 Spacecraft, excluding militar 73 21,295 19,852 1,443 1,979 Measuring, testing, control instruments 1,906 68 10,557 1,252 2,537 Excavating machinery 1,321 13,093 5,831 68,419 67,875 543 5,891 Telecommunications equipment 60 5,315 39 55,848 51,016 Industrial machines, other 5,354 4,832 t 1,636 36 17,373 15,409 1,964 1,672 Parts-civilian aircraf 2,248 23,561 21,715 1,846 Generators, accessories 2,224 24 21 135 1,045 94 Marine engines, parts 115 1,179 627 7,257 6,494 764 645 Laboratory testing instruments 18 2,052 2,040 12 t 18,991 3,078 22,068 Engines-civilian aircraf 66 9 807 680 127 Specialized mining 75 810 9,177 818 8,416 760 Wood, glass, plastic 8 421 7 4,725 4,923 -199 Business machines and equipment 413 72 68 4 989 Nonfarm tractors and parts 164 824 Food, tobacco machinery 350 3 3,861 3,580 281 353 (-) (-) 7 1 6 Vessels, except scrap (-) 17 Commercial vessels, other 182 50 -7 10 233 -7 2,098 -24 201 2,074 193 Textile, sewing machines A -11 9,752 8,129 1,624 gricultural machinery, equipment 962 973 4,869 -15 52,787 Electric apparatus 5,105 4,854 47,682 t 3,643 -17 38,565 35,353 3,212 3,626 Medicinal equipmen 1,037 -19 Metalworking machine tools 10,804 1,404 12,208 1,056 2,342 -25 24,823 22,549 2,274 Industrial engines 2,317 120 151 -31 1,579 Railway transportation equipment 398 1,181 476 508 -32 5,925 5,873 52 t Drilling & oilfield equipmen 465 Pulp and paper machinery 5,506 4,703 803 499 -34 t 1,762 -41 18,227 15,226 3,000 1,720 Materials handling equipmen t 936 996 -60 10,530 12,394 -1,864 Civilian aircraf Photo, service industry machinery 2,045 -67 21,494 19,816 1,678 1,978 5,843 -313 71,310 63,006 8,303 Computers 6,155 32,083 31,840 243 Automotive vehicles, parts, and engines 328,289 11,772 340,060 Trucks, buses, and special purpose vehicles 4,004 3,738 267 37,857 33,152 4,705 Other parts and accessories of vehicles 9,726 9,613 113 103,228 96,742 6,486 Bodies and chassis for passenger cars 4 1 21 22 -1 3 93 101 955 744 211 Bodies and chassis for trucks and buses -9 2,569 Engines and engine parts 26,049 1,603 -12 2,557 27,653 1,161 691 11,702 11,011 1,144 A utomotive tires and tubes -17 -100 158,645 160,569 -1,924 14,555 Passenger cars, new and used 14,655 57,407 -4,279 592,335 Consumer goods 45,446 53,128 546,889 7,785 -2,294 100,299 95,620 4,679 Cell phones and other household goods, n.e.c. 10,079 985 12,929 -419 rtwork, antiques, stamps, etc. 11,504 1,425 A 1,404 11,816 -275 122,541 99,259 23,282 Pharmaceutical preparations 11,541 pparel, textiles, nonwool or cotton 4,412 4,683 A 47,817 45,970 1,847 -270 A 3,639 3,838 -199 40,929 39,617 1,312 pparel, household goods - cotton 1,894 2,075 21,898 20,628 1,270 Gem diamonds -181 2,703 26,286 28,039 2,583 1,754 Household appliances -121 3,203 -96 34,840 32,895 1,946 Toys, games, and sporting goods 3,299 438 521 -84 Stereo equipment, etc 5,450 -7 5,443 Gem stones, other 392 -80 3,470 3,410 60 313 1,134 12,214 -78 Camping apparel and gear 11,887 328 1,212 Footwear 1,761 -72 17,747 17,034 713 1,689 Toiletries and cosmetics 1,022 1,090 -68 11,599 10,590 1,009 Furniture, household goods, etc. 3,401 -65 36,409 33,593 2,816 3,466 1,342 1,389 14,605 13,694 912 Other consumer nondurables -48 940 9,107 9,747 916 640 Cookware, cutlery, tools -24 250 -20 2,832 2,535 298 Rugs 270 329 345 -16 3,318 2,767 551 Motorcycles and parts Photo equipment 316 -14 3,764 3,771 -6 330 155 -12 1,698 1,569 129 Musical instruments 168 pparel,household goods-nontextile 824 830 -6 A 8,408 633 9,041 Recorded media 68 70 -2 725 692 33 Glassware, chinaware 221 220 1 2,436 2,239 197 A pparel, household goods - wool 242 1 2,549 2,387 162 244 y 1,147 4 12,669 12,882 -213 1,150 Jewelr 125 112 13 Numismatic coins 1,149 -102 1,047 Books, printed matter 357 343 14 3,725 3,522 203 Nursery stock, etc. 190 169 21 1,914 1,789 125 Televisions and video equipment 2,192 41 22,687 23,479 -792 2,233 Pleasure boats and motors 370 301 69 3,404 3,159 245 9,889 Other goods 10,146 -597 96,887 86,998 9,549 (1) Detailed data are presented on a Census basis. The information needed to convert to a BOP basis is not available. NOTE: For information on data sources, nonsampling errors, definitions, and details concerning what is included in Net Adjustments, see the explanatory notes in this release or at www.census.gov/ft900 or www.bea.gov/data/intl-trade-investment/international-trade-goods-and-services. – 23 –

24 Part A: Seasonally Adjusted (by Commodity/Service) Exhibit 9. U.S. Trade in Petroleum and Non-Petroleum Products by End-Use In millions of dollars. Details may not equal totals due to seasonal adjustment and rounding. (R) - Revised. Balance Exports Imports Net Net Net Period Non- Non- Petroleum Petroleum Petroleum Non- Total Total Total Adjust- Adjust- Adjust- petroleum petroleum (1) (1) (1) petroleum ments ments ments 2017 18,915 -734,351 7,110 125,154 -807,495 2,360,878 1,553,383 186,493 2,155,470 -61,339 -11,806 Jan. - Dec. 1,421,119 -57,606 -665,644 1,416,624 6,432 112,605 1,297,587 2,150,800 17,359 170,211 1,963,230 Jan. - Nov. -734,176 -10,927 -7,477 -67,689 126,746 629 8,985 117,132 194,435 1,722 16,462 176,251 January -1,093 -59,119 192,633 -1,015 127,232 660 10,034 116,538 -56,941 1,675 17,479 173,479 -65,401 February -7,445 -1,098 -7,305 -56,853 127,160 595 9,380 117,185 192,416 1,693 16,685 174,038 March -65,256 -1,031 -61,122 -67,288 126,832 528 10,046 116,259 194,120 1,558 15,180 177,381 April -5,135 -1,059 -5,755 127,091 523 9,720 116,848 193,859 1,582 15,474 176,803 May -66,768 -59,954 194,461 -1,069 128,569 506 9,747 118,316 -60,338 1,575 14,232 178,654 -65,892 June -4,485 -981 -3,326 -61,131 128,477 568 10,212 117,697 193,915 1,549 13,538 178,828 July -65,437 -65,494 -1,016 -59,537 128,638 563 9,256 118,820 194,132 1,579 14,196 178,357 August -4,941 -971 119,484 -61,114 130,699 496 10,718 -65,892 196,590 1,467 14,525 180,598 September -3,807 118,027 -68,471 -64,494 130,921 597 12,297 -3,135 199,392 1,439 15,432 182,521 October -842 -70,588 -753 -4,795 -65,040 134,258 767 12,211 121,281 204,847 1,520 17,006 186,320 November -73,319 December -68,708 136,759 678 12,549 123,532 210,078 1,556 16,282 192,240 -878 -3,733 2018 -800,728 -738,274 1,544,485 7,336 158,460 1,378,688 2,345,212 18,688 209,562 2,116,963 -11,352 Jan. - Nov. -51,102 208,322 -6,885 133,767 782 11,695 121,290 -66,741 1,710 18,580 188,031 -74,554 January -928 -824 -6,707 -69,268 136,716 765 11,708 February 213,514 1,589 18,415 193,511 -76,798 124,243 -69,449 -4,762 -63,758 140,959 624 13,285 127,050 210,409 1,554 18,047 190,808 March -929 126,496 -1,023 -62,520 141,270 703 14,071 -4,874 209,688 1,726 18,945 189,016 April -68,417 -65,740 -1,052 -4,644 -60,044 145,023 815 14,170 130,039 210,763 1,867 18,814 190,083 May -68,901 June -63,674 143,137 632 15,368 127,137 212,038 1,630 19,597 190,811 -998 -4,229 -1,120 124,438 -67,478 140,818 607 15,772 -73,162 213,979 1,727 20,335 191,917 July -4,563 124,552 -76,596 -68,875 139,068 550 13,966 -6,482 215,665 1,789 20,448 193,427 August -1,239 -77,255 -977 -4,491 -71,787 141,877 594 15,622 125,661 219,131 1,571 20,112 197,448 September 124,177 -78,264 -74,274 141,513 613 16,723 -2,841 219,777 1,762 19,565 198,451 -1,149 October (R) -71,591 -1,113 -623 -69,856 140,336 650 16,082 123,604 211,927 1,762 16,704 193,460 November December (1) The petroleum products aggregated in the end-use commodity classification system include virtually the same energy-related petroleum products as those aggregated in the Standard International Trade Classification (SITC). The end-use petroleum products, however, include some products such as ethane, butane, benzene, and toluene, which are included in "Manufactured Goods" in the SITC. NOTE: For information on data sources, nonsampling errors, definitions, and details concerning what is included in Net Adjustments, see the explanatory notes in this release or at www.census.gov/ft900 or www.bea.gov/data/intl-trade-investment/international-trade-goods-and-services. – 24 –

25 Part A: Seasonally Adjusted (by Commodity/Service) Exhibit 10. Real U.S. Trade in Goods by Principal End-Use Category Chained (2012) Dollars In millions of dollars. Details may not equal totals due to seasonal adjustment and rounding. The values in this exhibit are subject to periodic change, reflecting revisions to the source information for the monthly deflators. (-) Represents zero or less than one-half of measurement shown. (R) - Revised. End-Use Commodity Category Total Census Period Automotive Consumer Industrial Foods, Feeds, Basis (1) Residual (3) Other Goods Capital Goods Vehicles etc. Goods Supplies (2) & Beverages Exports 2017 158,871 66,367 -6,729 Jan. - Dec. 157,012 213,956 578,801 1,708,365 540,086 195,959 492,660 527,744 145,886 1,560,447 Jan. - Nov. 60,821 143,556 -6,180 17,851 -503 13,332 44,340 47,220 13,242 140,539 January 5,058 February 5,445 -602 140,620 12,631 48,004 43,777 13,297 18,069 13,001 18,002 5,560 -511 44,237 46,987 13,220 140,497 March 12,570 17,390 5,574 April 140,069 13,538 47,447 44,200 -650 43,877 18,260 5,580 -727 May 141,441 13,244 48,376 12,832 13,498 48,410 -657 13,900 143,105 June 17,892 44,437 5,625 12,833 5,703 -610 45,359 47,991 13,896 142,361 July 17,188 August 18,027 5,354 -237 141,280 13,368 45,927 45,802 13,039 45,549 13,018 17,581 5,816 -437 47,357 13,607 142,492 September 44,425 12,672 17,599 5,604 -827 October 142,815 12,443 50,901 46,657 145,228 18,100 5,502 -418 November 12,797 49,124 13,467 47,426 13,456 5,546 -549 12,985 147,919 December 51,058 17,997 2018 518,528 63,521 -6,867 1,643,569 Jan. - Nov. 157,345 144,651 563,564 202,828 19,173 5,376 -428 45,163 48,026 12,746 143,549 January 13,493 14,314 17,914 5,537 -460 146,423 12,917 50,009 February 46,193 48,032 13,966 18,338 5,811 -553 51,786 13,532 150,912 March 46,428 13,743 18,393 5,631 -814 April 150,538 14,402 52,756 48,452 50,107 19,019 6,538 -698 May 153,118 16,316 13,384 47,512 16,444 5,933 -914 151,176 June 12,687 51,992 17,522 46,561 17,083 5,377 -964 52,078 16,489 149,527 July 12,903 46,635 12,628 18,855 5,930 August 147,917 14,786 49,712 -629 52,573 12,790 19,024 5,472 -557 September 150,807 13,820 47,685 47,305 12,552 19,230 5,944 -449 13,017 149,595 October (R) 51,997 52,529 48,562 12,191 18,277 5,972 -402 November 150,007 12,878 December Imports 2017 688,835 373,073 607,147 99,299 2,898 Jan. - Dec. 744,303 2,643,648 128,092 627,650 341,131 90,551 1,868 117,034 2,411,616 Jan. - Nov. 681,762 551,620 32,076 62,179 242 10,681 219,416 January 51,073 55,012 8,152 30,145 8,052 -350 54,981 62,930 10,593 215,683 February 49,330 March 49,308 7,390 -38 215,166 10,542 61,691 54,911 31,362 55,618 30,904 50,822 8,151 391 60,976 10,704 217,566 April 56,669 30,367 49,722 8,270 -137 May 218,164 10,636 62,638 62,445 56,962 49,518 8,432 -25 June 219,206 10,464 31,411 57,901 10,713 8,294 -38 219,177 July 30,707 62,445 49,154 57,593 49,504 8,088 379 60,962 10,676 218,348 August 31,147 58,794 30,864 50,187 8,078 September 219,855 10,600 60,813 520 62,106 30,740 50,601 9,005 366 October 222,475 10,670 58,987 60,222 31,409 52,401 8,640 557 10,755 226,560 November 62,577 62,541 61,185 31,943 55,527 8,748 1,031 December 232,032 11,058 2018 125,770 353,296 595,152 99,564 11,427 Jan. - Nov. 2,548,147 685,723 677,215 59,676 10,949 8,583 950 227,204 January 31,766 61,521 53,760 61,547 56,085 8,046 1,306 61,247 11,315 231,743 February 32,197 60,316 32,067 55,039 7,886 March 229,051 11,291 61,301 1,151 62,823 31,160 52,194 9,211 706 April 228,148 11,344 60,710 62,949 30,859 51,617 8,773 782 11,408 228,571 May 62,183 62,759 61,463 31,408 53,690 8,612 890 June 230,395 11,574 62,969 12,058 52,682 9,292 924 232,073 July 62,193 31,954 61,713 891 53,521 9,319 63,861 August 234,194 11,860 33,029 63,749 32,358 55,524 9,603 1,072 11,425 238,051 September 64,321 63,288 60,947 33,113 57,649 10,412 1,306 October (R) 237,886 11,172 60,023 11,375 53,392 9,828 1,448 230,829 33,382 November 61,382 December (1) Detailed data are presented on a Census basis. The information needed to convert to a BOP basis is not available. (2) Includes petroleum and petroleum products. (3) The "residual" represents the difference between total exports or imports of goods on a Census basis and the sum of the components. For additional information, see www.census.gov/foreign-trade/aip/priceadj.html. NOTE: For information on data sources, nonsampling errors, and definitions, see the explanatory notes in this release or at www.census.gov/ft900 or www.bea.gov/data/intl-trade-investment/international-trade-goods-and-services. – 25 –

26 Part A: Seasonally Adjusted (by Commodity/Service) Exhibit 11. Real U.S. Trade in Petroleum and Non-Petroleum Products by End-Use Chained (2012) Dollars In millions of dollars. Details may not equal totals due to seasonal adjustment and rounding. The values in this exhibit are subject to periodic change, reflecting revisions to the source information for the monthly deflators. (-) Represents zero or less than one-half of measurement shown. (R) - Revised. Balance Exports Imports Period Total Total Total Residual Non- Non- Residual Non- Residual Petroleum Census Petroleum Census Petroleum Census petroleum (2) (2) petroleum petroleum (2) Basis (1) Basis (1) Basis (1) 2016 -212,049 1,638,229 178,151 1,474,313 -14,235 2,540,210 390,201 2,153,773 -3,763 Jan. - Dec. -679,460 -901,982 -10,472 -9,808 357,401 164,236 1,347,441 -13,512 2,323,434 -622,296 1,969,737 -3,704 Jan. - Nov. -825,269 -193,165 1,498,165 32,152 -56,761 13,839 119,326 -681 207,758 132,483 176,087 -481 -18,313 -75,275 January -200 -60,175 -800 135,644 14,047 122,231 -633 214,786 32,213 182,406 167 February -79,142 -18,166 -53,649 -15,251 134,739 16,029 120,471 -1,761 205,227 31,280 174,120 -172 March -70,488 -1,589 31,576 -54,735 16,694 121,666 -2,038 207,873 136,322 176,401 -104 -14,882 -1,934 April -71,551 -57,808 -2,418 135,361 16,943 120,627 -2,209 May 31,417 178,435 208 -74,699 -14,473 210,060 -18,133 -948 134,469 14,768 120,967 -1,266 -60,581 32,901 181,547 -317 -79,662 June 214,131 -18,461 -56,850 -593 136,125 14,208 122,877 -960 July 32,669 179,727 -367 -75,904 212,029 -73,240 -54,393 -364 139,333 15,210 125,408 -1,285 212,574 33,693 179,801 -921 August -18,483 -17,969 September 139,977 14,984 126,152 -1,159 211,559 32,953 179,183 -577 -53,031 -71,582 -582 32,719 -55,340 13,363 125,023 -573 212,743 137,812 180,363 -339 -19,356 -235 October -74,930 -58,973 -145 135,897 14,151 122,693 -947 214,692 November 181,666 -802 -78,795 -19,677 33,828 -18,884 -665 140,064 13,916 126,872 -723 -57,164 32,800 184,036 -59 December -76,713 216,777 2017 -186,014 -725,325 -23,944 1,708,365 205,974 1,523,649 Jan. - Dec. 2,643,648 391,988 2,248,974 2,686 -935,283 -21,257 -851,169 -657,071 -19,745 1,560,447 187,135 1,392,451 -19,139 2,411,616 361,488 2,049,522 606 Jan. - Nov. -174,353 219,416 -19,729 140,539 14,909 126,691 -1,061 -251 34,638 185,588 -810 -78,877 -58,897 January -17,823 -56,596 -643 140,620 16,871 125,501 February 215,683 34,694 182,097 -1,109 -75,063 -1,752 -74,670 -56,563 -1,035 140,497 16,205 125,802 -17,072 215,166 33,277 182,365 -476 March -1,510 -77,496 -14,923 -60,381 -2,192 140,069 16,882 124,961 -1,774 217,566 31,805 185,342 418 April -76,722 May -1,154 141,441 17,344 126,001 -1,904 218,164 34,168 184,746 -750 -16,824 -58,745 -15,152 June 143,105 17,337 127,611 -1,843 219,206 32,489 186,486 232 -58,875 -76,101 -2,074 31,819 -60,360 18,148 126,401 -2,189 219,177 142,361 186,761 597 -13,671 -2,786 July -76,816 -58,631 -1,489 141,280 15,152 127,242 -1,114 August 32,102 185,872 374 -77,069 -16,949 218,348 -15,089 -2,316 142,492 16,341 127,616 -1,466 -59,958 31,431 187,574 850 -77,363 September 219,855 -12,751 -63,849 -3,060 142,815 19,652 125,670 -2,506 October 32,402 189,519 554 -79,660 222,475 -81,332 -64,216 -2,746 145,228 18,293 128,955 -2,020 226,560 32,663 193,172 725 November -14,370 30,500 -11,661 147,919 18,839 131,198 -2,118 232,032 -4,199 199,451 2,081 -68,254 -84,114 December 2018 -132,483 -730,399 -41,696 1,643,569 215,002 1,453,182 Jan. - Nov. 2,548,147 347,486 2,183,582 17,080 -904,578 -24,616 -83,655 -65,892 -2,952 143,549 16,782 128,406 -14,811 227,204 31,594 194,299 1,312 January -1,640 -85,320 -13,796 -67,952 -3,573 146,423 16,657 131,319 -1,552 231,743 30,452 199,270 2,021 February -78,139 March -3,917 150,912 19,456 133,673 -2,216 229,051 30,862 196,489 1,701 -11,406 -62,816 228,148 -12,390 150,538 20,041 132,881 -2,383 -3,405 32,431 194,695 1,022 -77,610 -61,815 April -12,565 -59,431 -3,457 153,118 19,121 136,114 May 228,571 31,686 195,544 1,341 -75,453 -2,116 -79,219 -63,747 -3,643 151,176 20,538 133,093 -11,829 230,395 32,367 196,841 1,188 June -2,455 -82,546 -12,012 -66,879 -3,656 149,527 20,760 131,288 -2,521 232,073 32,771 198,167 1,135 July -86,277 August -3,187 147,917 18,452 131,542 -2,078 234,194 33,169 199,916 1,110 -14,717 -68,373 -2,419 -87,244 -3,935 150,807 20,358 132,867 -71,020 238,051 32,648 203,887 1,516 September -12,290 -88,292 -10,675 -73,177 -4,440 149,595 20,758 131,331 -2,494 237,886 31,433 204,508 1,945 October (R) 199,966 -80,823 -69,298 -5,531 150,007 22,079 130,668 -2,741 230,829 28,073 -5,994 2,791 November December (1) Detailed data are presented on a Census basis. The information needed to convert to a BOP basis is not available. (2) The "residual" represents the difference between total exports or imports of goods on a Census basis and the sum of the components. For additional information, see www.census.gov/foreign-trade/aip/priceadj.html. NOTE: For information on data sources, nonsampling errors, and definitions, see the explanatory notes in this release or at www.census.gov/ft900 or www.bea.gov/data/intl-trade-investment/international-trade-goods-and-services. – 26 –

27 Part B: NOT Seasonally Adjusted Exhibit 12. U.S. Trade in Goods In millions of dollars. Details may not equal totals due to rounding. (R) - Revised. Balance Exports Imports Total Balance Total Balance Total Balance Period Total Census Net Total Census Total Census Net of Payments of Payments of Payments Basis Adjustments Basis Basis Adjustments Basis Basis Basis 2016 1,456,957 1,451,024 2,208,008 20,408 2,187,600 -736,577 5,933 Jan. - Dec. -751,051 5,329 1,324,465 2,022,608 18,741 Jan. - Nov. -692,813 -679,402 1,329,794 2,003,867 108,265 333 107,932 167,464 1,550 165,914 -57,982 -59,199 January 113,695 293 113,402 169,709 1,560 February -56,013 -54,747 168,149 -53,036 378 125,480 180,253 1,737 178,516 March -54,395 125,858 119,183 118,700 175,705 1,643 174,062 -55,363 483 April -56,522 120,146 539 119,607 185,322 May 183,503 -65,176 -63,895 1,819 -63,610 125,587 506 125,080 190,618 1,928 188,690 -65,031 June -66,105 116,355 573 115,782 183,712 July 181,887 -67,357 1,825 -72,549 123,201 574 122,626 195,749 1,776 193,973 August -71,347 -61,521 September 124,474 187,602 1,606 185,995 125,002 -62,600 528 128,985 128,445 193,660 1,665 191,996 -63,550 539 October -64,676 123,517 581 122,936 192,813 1,631 November -69,295 -68,245 191,181 -57,175 604 126,558 185,400 127,163 183,733 December -58,238 1,667 2017 -795,690 1,553,383 7,110 1,546,273 Jan. - Dec. 18,915 2,341,963 -807,495 2,360,878 -742,382 1,416,658 6,400 1,410,259 2,159,040 17,362 2,141,678 Jan. - Nov. -731,419 -68,214 529 117,458 187,342 1,670 185,672 -69,354 117,988 January -50,140 119,792 541 119,252 February 1,581 169,392 -51,181 170,973 -59,575 -58,353 136,433 528 135,905 196,008 1,750 194,258 March -63,326 -62,308 124,352 511 123,842 187,679 1,529 186,150 April -73,856 May 534 127,782 202,172 1,575 200,597 -72,815 128,316 -65,706 June 132,741 200,010 1,563 198,447 133,296 -66,715 554 122,773 122,140 193,565 1,521 192,044 -69,903 633 July -70,791 129,810 624 129,186 203,452 August 201,821 -73,642 -72,635 1,631 -64,518 130,802 524 130,278 196,296 1,500 194,796 -65,494 September -74,533 136,836 637 136,199 212,242 October 210,732 -75,406 1,510 -73,041 136,260 784 135,477 209,302 1,532 207,770 November -72,293 -64,270 710 136,014 201,837 1,553 200,285 -65,113 136,724 December 2018 -806,084 1,536,952 7,274 1,529,677 Jan. - Nov. 18,693 2,335,761 -817,503 2,354,454 -79,388 -78,374 125,885 666 125,219 205,273 1,680 203,593 January -60,354 -59,483 128,684 626 128,057 189,037 1,497 187,540 February -60,027 March 548 149,164 209,740 1,606 208,133 -58,969 149,713 -67,623 680 137,648 206,964 1,694 205,271 -68,636 April 138,328 -72,009 145,420 827 144,593 218,473 1,871 216,602 May -73,053 -68,571 -67,642 686 145,134 214,391 1,615 212,775 June 145,819 -84,522 134,103 674 133,429 218,625 1,685 216,940 July -83,511 -83,950 -82,725 140,376 616 139,760 224,326 1,841 222,485 August -73,762 September 623 139,262 213,648 1,601 212,047 -72,785 139,885 -90,591 147,644 661 146,983 238,235 1,831 236,404 October (R) -89,421 -74,648 -73,542 141,095 667 140,428 215,743 1,772 213,971 November December October data as published last month: -89,363 147,584 665 146,919 238,097 -90,513 236,281 1,815 NOTE: For information on data sources, nonsampling errors, definitions, and details concerning what is included in Net Adjustments, see the explanatory notes in this release or at www.census.gov/ft900 or www.bea.gov/data/intl-trade-investment/international-trade-goods-and-services. – 27 –

28 Part B: NOT Seasonally Adjusted Exhibit 13. U.S. Trade in Goods by Principal End-Use Category In millions of dollars. Details may not equal totals due to rounding. (R) - Revised. End-Use Commodity Category Total Balance Net Total Census Period of Payments Industrial Consumer Foods, Feeds, Automotive Basis (1) Adjustments Capital Goods Other Goods Basis & Beverages Vehicles, etc. Supplies (2) Goods Exports 2017 197,657 132,744 1,546,273 7,110 1,553,383 Jan. - Dec. 533,302 464,660 60,270 157,641 422,850 Jan. - Nov. 181,983 145,393 484,357 54,770 120,907 1,410,259 6,400 1,416,658 117,988 39,531 11,282 14,921 4,120 117,458 January 11,184 36,419 529 4,686 16,641 38,514 36,400 10,451 119,252 541 119,792 February 12,560 528 135,905 11,566 39,455 March 14,183 17,871 5,163 136,433 47,668 4,995 12,695 43,261 37,490 15,184 123,842 511 124,352 April 10,217 128,316 534 127,782 9,954 38,919 43,359 13,992 16,531 May 5,026 5,174 June 133,296 554 132,741 9,835 38,216 45,927 14,426 19,163 5,031 July 122,773 633 122,140 10,171 37,406 43,521 11,398 14,614 624 129,186 10,333 37,884 45,949 14,008 16,108 4,904 August 129,810 September 130,802 524 130,278 10,733 38,245 45,671 13,285 17,029 5,314 5,254 17,008 13,514 45,411 41,758 13,254 136,199 637 136,836 October 5,104 November 136,260 784 135,477 13,209 40,659 45,543 14,049 16,913 5,500 710 December 136,724 136,014 11,837 41,810 48,945 12,248 15,674 2018 190,142 513,875 495,972 122,647 1,529,677 7,274 1,536,952 Jan. - Nov. 59,508 147,534 125,885 4,614 16,409 11,566 41,513 40,488 10,628 125,219 666 January 626 4,951 16,885 13,648 40,968 128,684 41,113 10,492 128,057 February March 149,713 548 149,164 11,903 46,127 51,882 15,158 18,506 5,589 5,216 45,907 April 138,328 680 137,648 11,088 45,136 14,127 16,174 145,420 6,242 17,722 14,741 48,527 45,953 11,408 144,593 827 May June 145,819 686 145,134 11,072 46,227 49,598 13,573 18,899 5,764 14,703 July 134,103 674 133,429 10,963 46,410 44,756 11,632 4,965 16,816 5,634 47,168 45,438 11,013 139,760 616 140,376 August 13,691 5,090 September 18,030 12,977 139,885 45,250 10,354 139,262 623 47,560 October (R) 147,644 661 146,983 11,939 47,816 49,116 13,588 18,723 5,802 17,277 November 12,831 47,651 45,243 5,641 140,428 667 141,095 11,786 December Imports 2017 358,961 507,287 137,816 2,341,963 18,915 2,360,878 Jan. - Dec. 640,575 601,869 95,454 87,488 328,453 584,440 464,589 126,044 2,141,678 17,362 2,159,040 Jan. - Nov. 550,664 7,370 49,603 28,169 47,620 41,542 January 11,369 185,672 1,670 187,342 169,392 10,382 38,582 44,383 26,838 1,581 42,253 6,953 170,973 February 7,986 45,480 32,619 43,651 11,878 194,258 1,750 196,008 March 52,646 187,679 1,529 186,150 11,389 April 49,910 29,748 45,964 7,707 41,431 8,183 29,945 54,790 44,562 50,960 200,597 1,575 202,172 May 12,157 8,459 June 200,010 1,563 198,447 11,603 43,124 55,787 30,887 48,588 7,579 11,239 July 193,565 1,521 192,044 41,846 54,295 27,937 49,148 August 7,878 31,153 55,788 42,869 11,491 201,821 1,631 203,452 52,643 7,802 52,825 28,553 54,292 196,296 September 10,873 194,796 1,500 40,452 9,084 October 212,242 1,510 210,732 12,014 43,116 57,461 31,395 57,662 8,487 11,649 November 209,302 1,532 207,770 43,415 57,469 31,211 55,540 42,698 December 51,205 30,508 56,135 201,837 11,773 200,285 1,553 7,966 2018 596,234 97,521 Jan. - Nov. 2,354,454 18,693 2,335,761 134,845 532,632 634,164 340,365 53,707 28,443 53,343 47,647 12,300 203,593 1,680 205,273 January 8,153 February 7,088 28,681 50,200 41,927 11,580 187,540 1,497 189,037 48,065 8,323 49,649 33,033 57,397 209,740 March 12,872 208,133 1,606 46,860 9,098 April 206,964 1,694 205,271 12,499 48,257 56,247 30,368 48,801 8,799 13,099 May 218,473 1,871 216,602 50,949 60,864 30,229 52,662 June 51,732 30,455 59,643 50,328 12,160 212,775 1,615 214,391 8,458 54,565 8,850 July 218,625 1,685 216,940 12,246 52,085 59,866 29,328 56,491 52,245 59,687 32,828 12,131 222,485 1,841 224,326 August 9,104 8,997 September 56,854 29,567 58,015 47,485 11,128 212,047 1,601 213,648 October (R) 238,235 1,831 236,404 12,775 50,535 60,559 34,276 67,291 10,968 56,416 9,683 November 215,743 1,772 213,971 12,055 44,314 58,345 33,157 December (1) Detailed data are presented on a Census basis. The information needed to convert to a BOP basis is not available. (2) Includes petroleum and petroleum products. NOTE: For information on data sources, nonsampling errors, definitions, and details concerning what is included in Net Adjustments, see the explanatory notes in this release or at www.census.gov/ft900 or www.bea.gov/data/intl-trade-investment/international-trade-goods-and-services. – 28 –

29 Part B: NOT Seasonally Adjusted Exhibit 14. U.S. Trade in Goods by Selected Countries and Areas: 2018 In millions of dollars. Details may not equal totals due to rounding. (X) - Not applicable. (-) Represents zero or less than one-half of measurement shown. (R) - Revised. Balance Exports Imports Item (1) October November October Year-to-Date November October Year-to-Date November Year-to-Date 2018 2018 2018 2018 2018 2018 2018 2018 2018 -817,503 141,095 (R) 1,536,952 215,743 (R) 238,235 2,354,454 -74,648 (R) Total Balance of Payments Basis -90,591 147,644 667 (R) 7,274 1,772 (R) 1,831 18,693 -11,419 Net Adjustments -1,105 (R) -1,170 661 140,428 (R) 146,983 1,529,677 213,971 (R) 236,404 2,335,761 Total Census Basis -73,542 (R) -89,421 -806,084 -92,112 47,858 (R) 522,003 55,185 59,953 614,115 North America -7,327 (R) -9,154 50,798 -18,303 26,091 276,432 25,537 28,079 294,734 -1,987 -670 (R) Canada 24,867 (R) -73,809 22,991 24,707 245,571 29,648 31,874 319,381 Mexico -6,657 -7,167 -184,159 53,742 32,304 340,710 49,264 -21,438 524,870 Europe -18,412 30,851 -154,238 26,941 292,613 42,058 45,438 446,851 -15,117 European Union -17,615 27,823 1,364 -1,042 321 3,165 1,248 265 12,322 -983 ustria A -9,157 12,873 2,451 2,649 28,900 1,636 1,590 16,027 Belgium 814 1,060 -1,761 -181 268 2,820 407 448 4,581 Czech Republic -190 217 -4,913 623 154 1,760 566 -469 6,673 Finland -428 138 -1,673 3,093 3,399 33,389 4,616 5,072 48,091 -1,523 France -14,702 -5,812 -6,207 -62,304 5,002 4,829 53,314 10,814 11,036 115,618 y German -262 Hungary 151 150 1,578 412 390 4,596 -3,018 -240 -4,471 Ireland 844 9,960 4,833 5,315 52,891 -42,931 -3,959 875 -28,458 1,638 21,333 4,434 5,079 49,791 -2,796 Italy -2,951 2,128 23,042 4,583 45,167 2,621 2,887 22,126 1,696 1,791 Netherlands 4,412 -2,500 358 398 4,931 688 723 7,432 Poland -330 -326 -213 -4,000 1,144 12,008 1,190 1,357 16,009 Spain -156 1,035 -6,465 997 459 3,986 907 -538 10,451 Sweden -530 378 -564 5,937 5,481 60,695 5,332 6,045 55,484 605 United Kingdom 5,210 -1,496 -15,152 992 1,015 9,607 2,351 Other 24,759 -1,359 2,511 y -134 -1,114 482 666 5,120 688 801 6,234 -206 Norwa -1,069 524 691 6,186 1,593 1,709 19,188 -1,018 Russia -13,003 -16,736 1,306 1,829 20,981 3,610 4,386 37,717 -2,304 Switzerland -2,558 -113 931 1,599 1,295 15,810 1,315 1,408 14,879 Other Europe 284 -13,739 -14,993 19,473 20,668 214,457 33,212 35,661 352,510 Euro Area -138,052 -51,980 79,433 33,485 34,979 377,797 -45,948 86,959 844,531 Pacific Rim Countries -466,735 23,246 ustralia 13,902 2,222 2,125 1,221 877 904 9,343 A 1,346 -37,861 -43,102 -382,331 8,665 9,131 111,158 46,526 52,233 493,490 China 2,826 Hong Kong 3,211 2,985 34,717 384 523 5,949 2,462 28,768 -1,126 Indonesia 775 7,598 1,702 1,901 19,299 -11,701 -1,064 638 -61,979 6,865 68,249 12,655 12,756 130,228 -5,790 Japan -6,166 6,590 -17,089 5,336 50,739 6,378 7,218 67,828 -1,882 -2,022 Korea, South 4,356 -24,124 1,098 1,073 11,837 3,285 3,217 35,961 Malaysia -2,188 -2,144 -439 -3,456 800 7,976 1,132 1,238 11,432 Philippines -370 762 5,151 2,421 2,922 30,434 1,996 501 25,283 Singapore 750 2,746 -1,392 2,510 2,857 27,237 4,161 4,249 41,584 -1,651 Taiwan -14,348 86 474 413 386 4,607 Other 299 4,134 76 337 5,404 37,856 14,890 15,288 150,114 9,486 11,106 112,258 South/Central America 4,183 564 377 988 889 9,221 424 513 4,434 A rgentina 4,787 7,547 2,977 3,978 36,267 2,339 3,109 28,720 638 Brazil 869 672 3,492 1,553 1,526 14,094 716 854 10,602 Chile 837 472 401 1,416 1,552 13,685 1,016 1,079 12,548 Colombia 1,137 1,793 4,991 7,956 7,344 76,847 2,965 5,551 55,954 Other 20,893 -776 -20,940 5,821 5,050 53,472 6,597 7,501 74,412 OPEC -2,451 -138 -354 -2,739 259 252 2,459 397 606 5,198 Nigeria -1,335 Saudi Arabia 1,040 1,106 12,504 2,374 2,580 22,028 -1,474 -9,524 -887 -6,806 448 5,315 1,109 1,335 12,122 Venezuela -334 775 264 3,748 3,245 33,194 2,716 2,980 35,065 1,031 Other -1,871 -989 -9,357 2,131 2,171 23,404 2,338 3,160 32,760 Africa -207 lgeria -119 -3,081 156 182 1,101 275 480 4,183 A -297 136 4,626 380 384 238 142 248 2,225 Egypt 2,400 -333 -2,416 325 453 5,061 659 707 7,477 South Africa -254 7 -573 -6,260 1,270 1,152 12,615 1,264 1,725 18,875 Other -7,145 Other Countries 7,184 7,772 77,360 14,329 17,060 165,392 -9,287 -88,032 -2,445 4,110 2,644 2,894 29,796 -1,465 5,339 50,452 India -20,657 -1,560 -17,768 1,058 1,236 11,522 2,617 2,774 29,290 Thailand -1,538 -4,120 -5,305 -49,607 3,482 3,642 36,042 7,602 8,947 85,649 Other (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) (X) (X) (X) (-) Unidentified Countries (2) (X) -13 -113 (-) 109 37 (X) 122 150 Timing Adjustments (1) Detailed data are presented on a Census basis. The information needed to convert to a BOP basis is not available. (2) The export totals reflect shipments of certain grains, oilseeds, and satellites that are not included in the country/area totals. NOTES: * This exhibit is not additive; countries may be included in more than one area. For a list of countries in each area, see the explanatory notes in this release or at www.census.gov/ft900 or www.bea.gov/data/intl-trade-investment/international-trade-goods-and-services. * Area data reflect the composition of the areas as of the most recent statistical period. * For information on data sources, nonsampling errors, definitions, and details concerning what is included in Net Adjustments, see the explanatory notes in this release or at www.census.gov/ft900 or www.bea.gov/data/intl-trade-investment/international-trade-goods-and-services. – 29 –

30 Part B: NOT Seasonally Adjusted Exhibit 14a. U.S. Trade in Goods by Selected Countries and Areas: 2017 In millions of dollars. Details may not equal totals due to rounding. (X) - Not applicable. (-) Represents zero or less than one-half of measurement shown. Imports Balance Exports Item (1) November October Year-to-Date November October Year-to-Date October November Year-to-Date 2017 2017 2017 2017 2017 2017 2017 2017 2017 136,836 -742,382 212,242 2,159,040 -75,406 -73,041 1,416,658 Total Balance of Payments Basis 136,260 209,302 637 1,532 1,510 17,362 784 -10,963 -873 -749 Net Adjustments 6,400 136,199 1,410,259 207,770 210,732 2,141,678 Total Census Basis -72,293 -74,533 -731,419 135,477 45,994 -7,028 53,811 54,406 563,198 North America -8,412 -80,489 46,783 482,709 274,06 25,104 259,01 8 26,163 25,681 -15,047 4 -1,781 -1,059 a 23,900 Canad -65,442 21,679 22,094 223,691 27,648 28,725 289,13 4 Mexic o -5,969 -6,631 27,900 Europe 303,407 44,552 45,812 459,779 -16,652 -16,028 -156,372 29,783 -135,573 23,573 258,47 5 38,261 39,363 394,04 8 -14,689 n -13,755 25,608 European Unio 10,649 220 3,927 1,093 1,028 242 -851 -808 ustria A -6,722 2,393 2,816 27,563 1,265 1,510 13,720 Belgium 1,128 1,306 13,843 -2,122 -146 269 2,068 412 415 4,190 c -179 233 Czech Republi -495 123 141 1,434 548 -425 5,359 636 d -3,925 Finlan 5,079 3,063 30,871 4,648 2,937 44,453 -1,710 -2,016 France -13,582 -5,724 -57,862 4,514 4,733 49,004 10,158 y 106,86 6 -5,644 10,457 German -258 -2,896 139 166 1,740 475 424 4,636 y Hungar -336 -34,362 1,002 9,552 3,846 3,546 43,914 -2,844 -2,571 Ireland 975 -28,022 -3,010 16,757 4,524 4,604 44,779 y 1,514 -2,880 1,723 Ital 15,917 3,712 37,920 1,547 1,617 2,094 22,003 1,765 s 3,312 Netherland -2,423 351 427 4,076 667 d 6,499 -316 -246 673 Polan 825 1,070 10,204 1,490 1,284 14,169 -214 Spain -665 -3,966 985 -6,354 330 3,347 986 341 9,701 -645 n -654 Swede 37 2,970 4,839 5,051 51,388 4,665 5,014 48,419 m 174 United Kingdo -1,130 r 808 912 8,626 1,938 2,092 20,778 -12,153 -1,179 Othe 120 536 506 5,233 416 425 4,726 81 y 507 Norwa 1,482 592 6,389 1,463 688 15,617 -890 -776 Russia -9,228 -1,236 -13,130 1,714 1,940 19,703 3,228 3,176 32,832 d -1,514 Switzerlan 207 1,051 1,390 1,137 13,606 1,183 1,366 12,555 -228 e Other Europ -12,794 -118,191 17,413 19,023 192,35 a 30,207 30,732 310,54 4 3 -11,709 Euro Are 78,801 35,801 35,310 360,870 -430,439 79,753 791,310 Pacific Rim Countries -44,443 -43,000 a 1,162 1,633 13,085 1,917 2,346 22,279 755 713 9,194 A ustrali -35,363 a 5 12,765 12,963 116,24 9 48,128 48,168 461,00 4 -35,204 -344,75 Chin 2,330 3,009 36,611 522 680 6,815 29,796 3,028 Hong Kong 3,550 -12,352 -1,044 6,240 1,686 1,791 18,593 a 642 -1,212 579 Indonesi 0 61,245 11,519 12,024 124,52 -63,275 -6,421 -5,724 5,795 Japan 5,603 -21,558 3,862 3,824 43,870 6,090 Korea, Sout 65,429 h -2,228 -2,466 6,290 -2,162 939 1,032 11,986 3,557 3,194 34,162 a -2,618 -22,176 Malaysi 994 686 693 7,462 1,051 -3,239 10,701 s -365 -301 Philippine 743 9,276 2,525 2,563 27,196 1,575 1,820 17,920 e 950 Singapor n -15,477 2,634 2,140 23,451 3,654 3,791 38,928 -1,019 -1,650 Taiwa Othe 221 556 4,281 266 290 4,045 266 487 r 236 13,449 13,736 137,034 10,133 9,303 106,892 4,434 3,316 South/Central America 30,142 272 488 4,376 737 852 8,780 465 364 4,405 A rgentin a 6,704 1,334 3,826 33,816 2,794 2,493 27,112 Brazil 344 3,138 349 781 1,372 1,130 12,429 760 612 9,737 e 2,692 Chil 1,222 -146 1,166 1,184 12,297 a 975 12,443 -56 209 Colombi 2,144 2,053 16,516 7,037 6,743 69,711 4,893 4,690 53,195 r Othe -1,253 4,903 4,552 53,471 6,156 5,983 66,576 -1,431 OPEC -13,104 -4,591 -658 1,921 832 896 6,512 174 -669 Nigeria 227 -2,279 17,440 1,460 15,161 1,450 1,123 337 a -169 1,280 Saudi Arabi 918 331 332 3,785 949 -618 11,613 a -586 -7,828 Venezuel -513 1,594 3,118 2,533 32,604 r 3,046 31,010 192 2,926 Othe -10,290 1,708 1,992 20,090 2,899 3,389 30,381 -1,192 Africa -1,396 -154 188 61 73 969 -127 227 3,505 A lgeria -2,536 121 129 251 324 3,602 2,107 143 1,495 t 181 Egyp -306 -258 -2,391 346 449 4,583 651 708 6,974 a South Afric 1,939 1,050 1,146 10,937 -7,471 2,311 18,408 -889 r -1,165 Othe -90,370 14,207 6,038 64,696 -9,273 15,311 155,066 Other Countries -8,262 5,945 Indi 4,007 2,036 2,189 23,319 -21,681 4,552 45,000 a -1,971 -2,363 -1,769 -1,786 -18,301 962 1,081 10,136 2,731 2,867 28,438 d Thailan 7,468 -50,387 2,947 2,768 31,241 -5,124 7,892 81,628 -4,521 r Othe (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) (X) (X) (X) Unidentified Countries (2) (-) (1) Detailed data are presented on a Census basis. The information needed to convert to a BOP basis is not available. (2) The export totals reflect shipments of certain grains, oilseeds, and satellites that are not included in the country/area totals. NOTES: * This exhibit is not additive; countries may be included in more than one area. For a list of countries in each area, see the explanatory notes in this release or at www.census.gov/ft900 or www.bea.gov/data/intl-trade-investment/international-trade-goods-and-services. * Area data reflect the composition of the areas at yearend. * For information on data sources, nonsampling errors, definitions, and details concerning what is included in Net Adjustments, see the explanatory notes in this release or at www.census.gov/ft900 or www.bea.gov/data/intl-trade-investment/international-trade-goods-and-services. – 30 –

31 Part B: NOT Seasonally Adjusted Exhibit 15. U.S. Trade in Goods by Principal Commodities In millions of dollars. Details may not equal totals due to rounding. This exhibit is not additive. (R) - Revised. (X) - Not applicable. (-) Represents zero or less than one-half of measurement shown. 2018 2017 Item (1) Year-to-Date November Year-to-Date October Imports Exports Exports Imports Imports Exports Exports Imports 238,235 215,743 (R) 1,416,658 2,159,040 141,095 Total Balance of Payment Basis (2) 1,536,952 147,644 (R) 2,354,454 1,831 18,693 6,400 17,362 661 (R) 1,772 (R) 667 Net Adjustments (2) 7,274 Total Census Basis (2) 1,529,677 2,335,761 1,410,259 2,141,678 140,428 213,971 (R) 146,983 (R) 236,404 100,440 202,540 1,063,572 2,004,088 1,000,703 1,848,196 183,964 95,759 Manufactured Goods (3) 12,193 10,884 128,409 118,140 125,557 Agricultural Commodities (3) 12,176 10,327 110,845 9,326 9,654 95,548 103,649 90,611 96,811 Food and Live Animals 9,036 9,021 189 847 2,477 784 2,523 279 Live animals other than fish 98 262 1,644 735 17,397 8,556 16,413 8,180 Meat and preparations 1,591 724 196 402 4,420 1,992 4,195 1,817 Dairy products and birds' eggs 376 215 1,946 2,029 5,017 20,327 5,074 19,454 386 Fish and preparations 434 926 2,020 1,051 22,934 9,760 20,760 8,828 Cereals and preparations 1,962 2,905 Vegetables and fruit 2,942 20,084 33,530 20,399 31,465 2,362 2,057 392 Sugars, preparations and honey 1,797 4,394 1,797 4,318 159 150 405 288 2,779 12,039 2,781 12,971 1,050 Coffee, tea, cocoa and spices 280 1,084 1,012 271 11,682 3,008 10,058 2,640 Feeding stuff for animals 1,027 267 641 816 8,592 7,564 8,350 4,616 Miscellaneous edible products 803 660 2,246 2,590 6,072 24,305 5,785 22,850 481 Beverages and Tobacco 526 2,012 440 2,341 4,909 Beverages 4,728 20,881 431 22,282 51 85 249 1,163 2,023 1,057 1,969 Tobacco and manufactures 234 2,870 2,990 71,310 33,963 69,228 31,083 6,370 Crude Materials Except Fuels 6,779 3 96 4 1,369 54 1,753 96 Hides, skins and furskins, raw 107 2,014 80 59 17,772 942 20,647 958 Oil seeds and oleaginous fruits 2,153 189 239 278 2,518 2,938 2,517 3,079 Crude rubber 225 586 573 648 703 7,148 8,229 6,915 7,906 Cork and wood 769 Pulp and waste paper 344 8,460 3,393 7,779 2,924 290 813 128 Textile fibers, including waste 7,931 1,270 7,029 1,189 400 432 116 259 2,806 3,034 2,510 2,360 269 Crude fertilizers 238 270 1,866 722 20,211 8,462 17,256 7,309 Metalliferous ores and metal scrap 1,723 806 495 305 3,094 5,642 2,824 5,261 Crude animal and vegetable materials 311 495 16,930 20,737 171,151 217,064 123,262 178,487 17,719 Mineral Fuels and Lubricants 18,130 72 1,179 70 11,379 Coal, coke and briquettes 9,279 907 1,017 776 14,107 14,465 19,713 134,004 205,805 93,641 166,675 Petroleum products and preparations 15,797 887 829 25,446 8,596 20,182 8,840 2,561 Gas, natural and manufactured 2,462 173 23 125 322 1,887 160 2,064 Electric current 34 223 476 554 2,364 6,179 2,536 6,320 Animal and Vegetables Oils 178 64 61 32 633 282 627 249 Animal oils and fats 28 139 425 100 500 1,501 5,674 1,688 5,882 Fixed vegetable fats and oils, crude 20 Animal or vegetables fats, processed 23 230 222 222 189 23 17 21,333 23,883 192,419 238,041 178,391 201,048 16,921 Chemicals and Related Products 18,241 3,816 3,333 4,490 35,245 47,428 30,867 39,784 Organic chemicals 3,062 954 964 1,142 10,552 10,971 10,187 9,656 Inorganic chemicals 946 615 671 376 7,110 4,090 6,937 3,695 Dyeing, tanning and coloring materials 368 3,936 10,590 4,462 11,494 43,980 110,321 41,881 89,746 Medicinial and pharmaceutical products 1,350 Essential oils and resinoids 1,576 15,416 15,645 14,884 14,053 1,367 1,527 261 207 683 2,816 5,983 2,723 5,266 Fertilizers 406 2,909 1,400 3,116 1,548 33,391 16,289 30,161 14,186 Plastics in primary forms 1,109 1,178 1,024 12,805 10,802 12,219 9,651 932 Plastics in nonprimary forms 2,725 1,491 2,802 1,551 31,105 16,513 28,532 15,011 Chemical materials and products – 31 –

32 Part B: NOT Seasonally Adjusted Exhibit 15. U.S. Trade in Goods by Principal Commodities In millions of dollars. Details may not equal totals due to rounding. This exhibit is not additive. (R) - Revised. (X) - Not applicable. (-) Represents zero or less than one-half of measurement shown. 2018 2017 Item (1) Year-to-Date Year-to-Date October November Exports Exports Imports Imports Imports Imports Exports Exports 9,597 102,818 255,587 98,194 235,092 22,462 8,805 Manufactured Goods by Material 24,754 Leather and leather manufactures 140 860 1,382 956 1,322 70 123 71 1,959 826 2,050 8,726 20,675 8,289 19,130 756 Rubber manufactures (4) 985 175 Cork and wood manufactures 1,863 11,853 1,859 10,678 154 1,077 1,291 1,402 1,707 14,908 16,311 14,214 14,896 Paper and paperboard 1,491 2,584 2,859 11,483 28,016 11,281 26,156 998 1,101 Textile yarn, fabrics 3,802 1,038 4,567 11,928 Nonmetallic mineral manufactures (4) 12,144 42,187 954 44,924 1,033 3,112 1,078 3,276 13,145 36,604 13,610 34,114 Iron and steel Nonferrous metals 3,453 1,543 3,600 15,605 41,917 13,128 38,192 1,375 Manufactures of metals 4,952 2,362 5,478 24,299 53,906 22,714 48,416 2,174 42,866 93,405 98,663 474,968 981,258 457,813 924,718 Machinery and Transport Equipment 44,063 6,339 69,014 6,813 32,529 2,914 31,709 62,954 Power generating machinery (4) 3,005 3,170 3,992 4,628 44,180 49,865 40,430 44,215 Specialized industrial machinery 4,539 409 922 456 981 4,868 10,418 4,429 9,305 Metalworking machinery General industrial machinery 5,169 5,505 9,343 57,146 99,883 54,524 90,346 8,720 1,603 1,596 11,883 17,830 125,858 17,855 113,248 Office machines 11,972 1,851 15,447 1,740 17,411 Telecommunications equipment (4) 150,369 19,472 151,245 19,081 Electrical machinery (4) 6,627 16,110 6,839 17,121 73,527 173,907 71,909 161,314 Road vehicles 9,246 26,604 9,854 27,317 108,302 270,390 107,661 261,260 Transport equipment (4) 11,876 11,077 3,167 117,506 31,555 109,825 30,830 2,752 10,568 34,751 41,176 116,181 373,115 109,513 351,200 Miscellaneous Manufactured Articles 11,367 1,244 1,407 2,322 13,659 2,150 12,805 220 228 Prefabricated buildings 4,567 574 4,645 5,831 Furniture (4) 5,792 45,918 540 48,819 56 947 62 1,134 657 10,510 570 10,059 Travel goods 321 6,872 329 9,344 Apparel and clothing accessories 85,229 2,757 82,029 2,947 Footwear 2,036 99 2,438 898 24,548 784 23,666 86 4,264 4,407 5,598 46,458 56,249 42,780 51,846 Scientific and controlling equipment (4) 5,390 525 1,300 568 1,385 Photographic equipment 13,775 5,852 13,269 6,005 Miscellaneous manufactured articles 4,557 12,396 5,100 15,224 51,063 120,327 48,828 111,608 Miscellaneous Commodities 5,387 10,172 5,813 11,281 63,295 102,449 57,088 94,071 Special transactions 837 922 8,756 9,114 75,711 8,540 66,692 7,690 13 10 92 189 856 122 970 Coin, including gold coin 104 3 2 1 3 Coin, other than gold 20 5 16 11 Gold, nonmonetary 1,180 784 1,574 728 19,672 9,039 18,918 10,319 Low value estimate 3,354 1,593 3,307 1,703 34,309 16,823 29,502 16,074 Re-Exports 22,053 23,203 (X) 233,465 (X) 217,837 (X) (X) Manufactured Goods (3) (X) 22,088 (X) 221,770 (X) 207,896 (X) 20,780 Agricultural Commodities (3) 479 (X) 363 (X) 4,365 (X) 4,258 (X) (1) Detailed data are presented for domestic exports unless otherwise noted. All data are on a Census basis. The information needed to convert to a BOP basis is not available. (2) Total exports including re-exports (exports of foreign merchandise). (3) Manufactured Goods is based on the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) and Agricultural Commodities is based on the Harmonized System commodities specified by the U.S. Department of Agriculture definition. All other commodity detail is based on the SITC. (4) Export statistics for certain commodity classifications related to the aircraft industry are subject to suppression and have been aggregated in a manner that prevents the disclosure of confidential information. For additional information, see www.census.gov/foreign-trade/statistics/notices/aircraft/. NOTE: For information on data sources, nonsampling errors, definitions, and details concerning what is included in Net Adjustments, see the explanatory notes in this release or at www.census.gov/ft900 or www.bea.gov/data/intl-trade-investment/international-trade-goods-and-services. – 32 –

33 Part B: NOT Seasonally Adjusted Exhibit 16. U.S. Trade in Advanced Technology Products In millions of dollars. Details may not equal totals due to rounding. Exports Imports Period Balance 2016 -83,757 345,415 Jan. - Dec. 429,171 393,151 313,273 Jan. - Nov. -79,878 30,479 -5,013 January 25,466 30,698 25,546 February -5,153 31,547 March -3,324 34,871 -4,890 33,359 April 28,469 27,871 -6,855 34,725 May 31,056 38,397 June -7,341 27,966 34,751 -6,785 July -10,205 August 37,963 27,758 September 29,552 37,346 -7,794 -8,728 30,499 October 39,227 27,542 -13,791 41,333 November 32,142 36,021 December -3,878 2017 -110,931 353,708 464,639 Jan. - Dec. -100,496 Jan. - Nov. 420,785 320,289 January 26,047 34,530 -8,483 -4,526 29,933 February 25,407 -5,723 31,235 March 36,958 April -6,060 28,607 34,667 May -9,417 28,569 37,986 June -9,036 39,630 30,594 -8,224 29,195 July 37,419 30,462 -9,010 39,472 August 30,244 40,646 September -10,403 29,630 43,402 -13,772 October -15,841 30,300 November 46,141 December 33,419 43,854 -10,436 2018 Jan. - Nov. 335,437 455,442 -120,004 -11,491 January 38,948 27,457 February -7,933 26,019 33,952 March -6,105 34,853 40,958 April -9,518 37,991 28,473 -10,321 42,536 May 32,215 -9,256 32,891 42,147 June July 28,167 41,339 -13,172 August -12,424 29,797 42,222 September -12,655 31,395 44,050 October 32,210 46,644 -14,434 November -12,695 31,959 44,654 December NOTES: * Export statistics for certain commodity classifications related to the aircraft industry are subject to suppression and have been aggregated in a manner that prevents the disclosure of confidential information. As a result, Advanced Technology Product exports are overstated by $514 million in November 2018. For additional information, see www.census.gov/foreign-trade/statistics/notices/aircraft/. * Data are not available on a BOP basis. For information on data sources, nonsampling errors, and definitions, see the explanatory notes in this release or at www.census.gov/ft900 or www.bea.gov/data/intl-trade-investment/international-trade-goods-and-services. – 33 –

34 Part B: NOT Seasonally Adjusted Exhibit 16a. U.S. Trade in Advanced Technology Products by Technology Group and Selected Countries and Areas In millions of dollars. Details may not equal totals due to rounding. (-) Represents zero or less than one-half of measurement shown. 2018 2017 November October Year-to-Date Year-to-Date Technology Group Imports Balance Imports Balance Exports Imports Balance Exports Imports Balance Exports Exports 44,654 -12,695 46,644 -120,004 335,437 455,442 -100,496 320,289 420,785 Total -14,434 31,959 32,210 2,582 -24 -201 2,741 2,942 -14 287 2,595 272 263 Advanced Materials -11 261 7,518 12,257 4,739 78,054 126,803 48,749 Aerospace (1) 118,762 44,568 8,041 12,760 4,719 74,193 3,903 1,896 3,601 -15,201 19,807 35,008 -1,705 17,665 23,817 1,669 -2,235 Biotechnology -6,152 3,518 583 3,990 3,407 2,399 42,116 Electronics 4,591 42,284 37,692 326 3,844 39,717 1,127 170 1,595 1,425 5,213 18,490 13,276 5,392 17,813 12,421 Flexible Manufacturing -236 1,363 -148,965 23,981 25,653 -159,650 88,018 247,667 8,682 85,584 234,549 8,759 -16,972 Information and Communications (1) -15,222 4,150 -1,795 2,641 4,435 -18,004 28,147 Life Science -15,017 26,816 41,833 -1,542 2,608 46,151 99 -209 59 268 -1,006 759 174 -638 898 1,536 -75 Nuclear Technology 1,764 378 2,494 -2,347 396 2,743 -14,483 4,834 19,318 -16,666 4,292 Opto-Electronics (1) -2,117 20,958 375 79 347 434 87 2,874 3,723 849 2,779 3,594 814 Weapons 453 2018 2017 November October Year-to-Date Year-to-Date Selected Countries and Areas Exports Balance Exports Imports Balance Imports Imports Imports Exports Balance Balance Exports -14,434 32,210 46,644 -120,004 335,437 455,442 Total 320,289 420,785 -12,695 31,959 44,654 -100,496 6,348 6,630 7,009 -1,365 67,813 69,178 -379 63,658 62,457 6,629 281 North America 1,201 1,173 1,545 2,804 1,259 15,627 29,309 13,682 14,459 27,618 13,159 Canada 1,835 3,009 5,175 5,750 3,826 3,620 -16,993 38,504 55,497 -13,257 36,040 49,298 Mexico -1,555 -1,924 -466 9,378 8,602 -5,142 86,162 91,304 7,776 76,826 77,292 7,958 European Union -1,420 -826 1,106 475 1,604 1,130 3,597 15,848 12,250 2,533 14,649 12,116 France 367 1,474 1,713 2,174 1,475 1,759 -3,454 16,773 20,227 -2,429 13,999 16,428 Germany -462 -284 25,657 356 324 2,347 -20,977 4,680 -2,023 -16,963 4,610 21,572 -1,924 Ireland 2,280 366 430 21 544 523 196 5,087 4,891 -280 3,841 4,121 Italy -64 1,594 774 1,334 949 7,568 16,320 8,753 6,966 13,952 6,986 United Kingdom 821 386 2,566 600 1,895 7,928 27,454 19,526 9,707 25,776 16,068 -110 Other 2,455 2,495 110,405 -15,948 -142,230 113,803 256,032 -131,530 26,893 241,934 25,248 10,945 Pacific Rim Countries -15,093 10,155 234 409 176 3,471 5,339 1,868 Australia 5,236 1,708 534 706 172 3,529 16,061 3,460 17,073 -125,103 34,957 160,060 -13,613 31,185 154,023 3,290 -12,771 China -122,839 50 968 1,025 56 10,915 11,623 708 11,108 11,686 579 Hong Kong 1,136 1,186 86 65 120 81 236 995 759 35 773 738 Indonesia 20 40 -3,710 2,060 2,339 -3,839 17,192 21,032 1,657 16,149 19,859 1,637 Japan -423 -682 1,700 -1,039 1,172 2,211 -5,093 12,625 17,718 -1,692 14,109 15,801 Korea, South -904 796 454 2,085 495 1,926 -17,832 5,718 23,550 -16,346 6,672 23,018 Malaysia -1,631 -1,431 4,965 275 254 536 -2,216 2,749 -282 -1,528 2,864 4,393 -240 Philippines 515 827 800 165 1,060 895 1,066 11,418 10,352 2,213 9,835 7,622 Singapore 27 770 -954 1,187 1,583 -5,293 9,537 14,829 -3,599 10,390 13,988 Taiwan 1,725 -396 1,299 16 19 1,458 1,650 192 107 1,506 207 129 Other 113 88 437 2,062 2,598 536 19,436 23,415 3,979 18,467 22,718 4,251 South/Central America 1,792 2,229 899 239 1,003 324 7,716 9,680 1,964 6,188 8,629 2,441 Brazil 659 679 2,015 1,330 1,595 213 11,720 13,735 1,383 12,279 14,088 1,810 1,133 Other 197 4,989 3,243 657 4,261 3,604 9,296 44,245 34,949 11,832 46,683 34,851 Other Countries 1,746 424 244 291 223 2,373 4,452 2,079 2,366 4,058 1,692 India 180 69 3,067 235 406 285 408 3,475 121 -569 2,679 3,248 -58 Israel 292 387 903 -659 284 944 -7,400 3,301 10,702 -7,623 3,274 10,897 Thailand -516 36,672 3,943 1,127 3,279 2,152 13,916 33,016 19,101 17,657 1,868 19,015 Other 2,075 (1) Export statistics for certain commodity classifications related to the aircraft industry are subject to suppression and have been aggregated in a manner that prevents the disclosure of confidential information. As a result, Advanced Technology Product exports are overstated by $514 million in November 2018. For additional information, see www.census.gov/foreign-trade/statistics/notices/aircraft/. NOTE: Data are not available on a BOP basis. For information on data sources, nonsampling errors, and definitions, see the explanatory notes in this release or at www.census.gov/ft900 or www.bea.gov/data/intl-trade-investment/international-trade-goods-and-services. – 34 –

35 Part B: NOT Seasonally Adjusted Exhibit 17. U.S. Imports of Energy-Related Petroleum Products, Including Crude Oil Details may not equal totals due to rounding. Total energy-related petroleum Crude oil products (1) Period Value Thousands of Value Quantity Quantity Unit price (thousands of barrels per day (thousands of (thousands of (thousands of (dollars) dollars) (average) barrels) barrels) dollars) 2017 3,639,778 Jan. - Dec. 132,553,640 45.97 7,901 2,883,753 174,783,248 2,669,717 121,406,022 160,169,388 45.48 Jan. - Nov. 3,369,492 7,993 15,374,598 8,364 11,393,869 43.94 332,252 January 259,279 14,006,213 237,230 8,472 10,721,113 45.19 February 297,117 15,344,253 258,762 8,347 11,987,755 46.33 March 322,270 13,674,199 229,262 10,407,605 45.40 April 287,482 7,642 15,405,290 8,581 11,981,063 45.04 329,889 May 266,001 14,377,218 250,083 8,336 11,198,149 44.78 June 311,449 295,923 13,312,255 7,578 10,132,198 43.13 July 234,929 14,794,079 11,138,154 8,141 319,039 44.13 August 252,386 275,839 210,508 7,017 9,501,061 45.13 September 13,335,264 297,115 14,797,099 235,205 7,587 11,117,039 47.27 October 301,117 November 7,869 11,828,016 50.10 15,748,920 236,073 14,613,859 214,036 11,147,619 52.08 December 270,286 6,904 2018 3,211,966 2,499,747 7,484 147,048,409 58.83 Jan. - Nov. 198,091,485 17,635,630 240,947 7,772 13,194,137 54.76 January 310,312 14,630,344 257,097 7,059 10,793,972 54.61 February 197,655 16,033,422 11,832,458 7,068 284,481 54.00 March 219,113 296,979 235,957 7,865 12,858,536 54.50 April 17,043,335 301,642 18,860,449 232,266 7,492 13,558,345 58.37 May 296,253 June 7,899 14,792,902 62.42 19,250,385 236,980 20,718,488 15,719,234 7,846 309,241 64.63 July 243,227 316,646 241,783 7,799 15,143,283 62.63 August 20,787,373 285,219 18,583,940 213,093 7,103 13,073,895 61.35 September 293,368 227,433 7,337 13,924,609 61.23 19,014,583 October 260,729 15,533,536 211,292 7,043 12,157,037 57.54 November December (1) Details shown for Energy-Related Petroleum Products are not available on a BOP basis. These products include the following SITC commodity groupings: crude oil, petroleum preparations, and liquefied propane and butane gas. NOTE: For information on data sources, nonsampling errors, and definitions, see the explanatory notes in this release or at www.census.gov/ft900 or www.bea.gov/data/intl-trade-investment/international-trade-goods-and-services. – 35 –

36 Part B: NOT Seasonally Adjusted Exhibit 17a. U.S. Imports of Crude Oil by Selected Countries Details may not equal totals due to rounding. (-) Represents zero or less than one-half unit of measurement shown. Quantity Customs Value C.I.F. Value (thousands of barrels) (thousands of dollars) (thousands of dollars) Country Year-to-Date November Year-to-Date October November Year-to-Date October November October 2018 2018 2018 2018 2018 2018 2018 2018 2018 Total 2,499,747 12,157,037 13,924,609 147,048,409 12,647,421 14,417,541 211,292 152,237,657 227,433 5,755,633 58,421,310 OPEC 72,487 78,399 848,462 5,136,797 5,631,253 57,124,376 5,260,415 1,029 2,003,834 178,809 86,994 1,947,979 174,364 84,390 26,829 2,346 Algeria 2,418,828 776 1,477 32,348 Angola 114,608 2,353,660 61,787 115,338 61,011 (-) Congo (Brazzaville) (-) (-) 3,799 (-) (-) 278,982 (-) 286,629 3,826,880 446,452 3,720,209 255,958 432,929 55,120 3,411 6,503 Ecuador 263,624 (-) Equatorial Guinea (-) (-) 5,250 (-) (-) 371,901 (-) 383,653 (-) 186,245 Gabon (-) (-) 2,411 (-) (-) 181,549 (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) Iran (-) (-) 11,659,536 Iraq 971,194 837,968 11,417,889 949,518 821,855 176,570 13,673 12,027 Kuwait 2,521 2,096 27,946 182,901 146,735 1,807,998 185,242 148,370 1,840,914 Libya 1,177,849 1,000 1,632 16,779 80,000 119,870 1,143,448 82,530 123,390 378,866 4,626,826 Nigeria 4,967 7,045 62,954 371,431 552,076 4,510,301 566,740 (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) Qatar (-) 2,229,443 2,256,995 20,123,343 Saudi Arabia 29,356 30,160 285,104 2,180,286 2,212,821 19,711,865 (-) 139,365 (-) (-) 1,994 (-) (-) United Arab Emirates (-) 141,382 1,131,173 9,539,230 1,105,302 921,994 151,358 9,745,391 16,560 14,308 Venezuela 951,133 93,816,347 Non-OPEC 8,661,909 7,387,006 89,924,032 8,293,356 7,020,240 1,651,285 149,034 138,805 Argentina 988 367 8,837 81,239 26,898 601,336 83,364 28,068 622,442 (-) 426,366 Azerbaijan (-) (-) 5,599 (-) (-) 417,220 (-) 472,279 52,298 Brazil 2,670 5,794 178,682 459,109 3,751,912 184,992 3,872,070 5,830,605 4,771,089 60,422,801 57,259,290 5,519,179 4,461,550 1,161,323 111,546 103,293 Canada Chad 485,997 (-) 955 6,693 (-) 72,135 471,115 (-) 73,530 393,222 402,096 6,106,075 Colombia 5,432 5,114 89,587 384,501 394,863 5,982,740 1,123,264 13,414,190 1,315,033 1,105,040 217,553 18,823 16,137 Mexico 1,334,331 13,628,179 237,508 334,585 1,561,637 1,511,323 230,322 324,020 20,280 2,842 3,983 Norway Russia 1,853,840 2,507 1,342 24,008 182,377 106,097 1,807,289 186,207 109,300 136,806 52,495 1,384,515 United Kingdom 1,676 655 19,023 133,681 50,838 1,352,094 118,882 173,478 3,452,424 Other Non-OPEC 2,120 1,595 46,084 3,355,523 121,697 169,150 NOTES: * Data are not available on a BOP basis. For information on data sources, nonsampling errors, and definitions, see the explanatory notes in this release or at www.census.gov/ft900 or www.bea.gov/data/intl-trade-investment/international-trade-goods-and-services. * Area data reflect the composition of the areas as of the most recent statistical period. – 36 –

37 Part B: NOT Seasonally Adjusted Exhibit 18. U.S. Trade in Motor Vehicles and Parts by Selected Countries In millions of dollars. Details may not equal totals due to rounding. (X) Not applicable. (-) Represents zero or less than one-half of measurement shown. Trucks, Buses, Special Purpose Total Passenger Cars Parts Vehicles Country October November November October Year-to-Date November Year-to-Date Year-to-Date Year-to-Date October October November 2018 2018 2018 2018 2018 2018 2018 2018 2018 2018 2018 2018 Exports 1,743 7,336 7,956 82,379 4,133 3,999 150,645 13,972 13,077 TOTAL 1,883 46,867 21,399 1,427 655 1,060 57 93 45 96 121 114 3,142 274 252 Australia Belgium 50 53 461 87 110 1,103 36 56 598 1 1 44 57 79 64 92 1,117 Brazil 77 154 1,320 7 5 124 5 1,283 1,165 2,565 2,666 28,281 Canada 4,690 5,128 57,752 960 1,179 13,377 16,094 367 50 24 324 33 Chile 23 109 118 1,096 53 43 405 26 246 238 319 3,367 China 789 714 10,051 497 369 6,438 54 167 27 25 28 274 20 116 14 28 557 70 Colombia 73 1 3 37 30 32 363 France 49 58 616 17 24 216 11 680 92 197 205 2,317 Germany 711 7,871 472 499 5,461 7 1 1 67 60 538 5 599 62 72 Hong Kong 1 55 6 39 3 178 1,674 5 Japan 170 233 240 2,310 58 58 598 2 29 80 78 812 Korea, South 236 193 2,423 153 112 1,582 2 559 23 3 3 45 11 174 50 58 777 76 Kuwait 72 126 102 1,131 2,791 3,023 30,489 Mexico 3,187 3,465 34,348 270 341 2,728 8 Nigeria 76 13 16 128 86 88 779 65 63 575 9 4 6 26 42 384 247 149 Russia 52 72 780 21 25 15 13 175 14 18 192 Saudi Arabia 195 133 1,907 167 102 1,540 31 (-) 9 32 38 348 (-) 2 3 388 40 35 Singapore 66 1 13 100 36 61 602 South Africa 47 76 767 9 1 1,707 151 378 40 39 526 183 2,611 243 281 United Arab Emirates 58 52 6 127 166 189 1,738 154 3,298 322 327 United Kingdom 5 1,514 46 15 (-) 4 40 2 Venezuela 10 10 5 77 3 2 28 142 1,347 602 691 7,301 Other 1,432 1,621 16,072 666 788 7,424 165 Imports 15,482 38,928 13,551 14,576 145,356 157,392 4,349 15,503 341,675 34,407 TOTAL 4,218 33,273 2 1 8 97 133 980 Austria 283 282 1,959 184 148 971 7 Brazil 65 117 109 1,128 124 118 1,218 (-) (-) 26 9 622 541 1,449 1,632 16,104 34,730 4,560 Canada 5,389 5,573 55,395 3,399 3,319 64 69 537 1,650 1,694 17,850 China 1,777 1,854 19,789 64 91 1,403 16,864 32 403 806 890 8,965 30 1,746 1,794 26,232 2,665 2,632 Germany 4,166 1 (-) 12 124 129 1,531 Italy 483 541 5,710 358 412 36,357 3,520 804 1,314 1,344 14,044 3,537 51,204 4,945 4,943 Japan 92 82 (-) 1,169 711 781 7,607 1,403 20,046 1,951 2,115 Korea, South (-) 12,438 2 3,107 3,282 5,250 5,749 55,871 30,898 30,881 2,839 117,650 12,173 11,371 Mexico 3,316 South Africa 2 8 34 30 309 52 34 773 17 1 456 (-) 1,833 22 176 32 41 317 13 151 2,327 181 196 Sweden 118 81 2 2 9 270 289 3,046 Taiwan 279 302 3,137 8 11 193 325 14 311 316 3,182 3,388 34 9 346 Thailand 2 (-) 982 8,707 463 139 133 1,339 54 868 10,509 1,169 1,065 United Kingdom 58 8,269 124 139 984 1,248 1,306 13,083 Other 2,218 2,295 22,337 847 850 NOTE: Data are not available on a BOP basis. For information on data sources, nonsampling errors, and definitions, see the explanatory notes in this release or at www.census.gov/ft900 or www.bea.gov/data/intl-trade-investment/international-trade-goods-and-services. – 37 –

38 Part C: Seasonally Adjusted (by Geography) Exhibit 19. U.S. Trade in Goods by Selected Countries and Areas - Census Basis In millions of dollars. (-) Represents zero or less than one-half of measurement shown. (R) - Revised. Third Fourth First Second Third October Year-to-Date Year-to-Date November Country and Area Quarter Quarter Quarter Quarter Quarter 2018 2018 2017 2018 2017 2017 2018 2018 2018 Balance 2,085 1,752 7,604 6,709 Brazil 678 2,208 2,543 725 2,242 -6,498 -8,340 -18,926 -15,824 -4,495 -2,344 -2,080 -774 (R) Canada -1,234 -104,092 -95,307 -106,002 -378,946 China -35,362 -38,183 -92,941 -99,026 -342,069 -4,830 -3,451 -4,177 -14,516 -13,363 France -1,345 -1,077 -3,392 -4,466 -17,694 -16,923 -16,708 -62,691 -58,016 -15,923 -5,813 -5,553 Germany -16,420 7,660 9,051 7,573 7,209 28,897 30,053 Hong Kong 2,627 2,436 7,773 -6,266 -2,009 -5,659 -5,258 -19,844 -20,924 India -1,727 -5,688 -5,191 -9,009 -8,089 -7,736 -28,486 -28,026 -2,707 -2,666 Italy -7,825 -7,287 -17,049 -17,601 -15,587 -62,076 -63,331 -17,530 -5,513 -5,679 Japan -17,697 -6,951 -3,636 -4,025 -5,101 -16,483 -20,806 Korea, South -1,909 -1,812 -6,157 -16,819 -18,528 -18,547 -22,620 -72,949 -64,447 Mexico -6,772 -6,415 -18,595 -628 -2,087 -1,665 -3,607 -9,461 888 Saudi Arabia -1,463 -1,844 -883 2,355 1,690 1,669 909 5,669 9,594 631 771 Singapore 2,563 -4,736 -4,170 -4,562 -3,905 -2,601 -13,906 Taiwan -1,644 -1,195 -15,123 (-) 1,253 2,192 1,847 79 5,001 2,760 United Kingdom 883 1,127 -35,205 -37,631 -37,824 -38,867 -146,103 -128,404 -10,730 All other countries -14,871 -43,810 2,275 659 1,755 6,335 6,291 747 CAFTA-DR 1,492 1,649 1,681 -42,687 -37,928 -43,583 -153,068 -134,155 -37,125 -15,053 -13,757 European Union -42,747 -3,753 -5,113 -5,355 -6,213 -20,130 OPEC -1,161 -2,288 -854 -12,038 8,857 8,614 11,017 10,003 38,062 30,386 South/Central America 4,757 3,670 10,412 Exports 36,229 9,838 9,644 9,972 10,215 33,805 3,057 Brazil 3,718 9,333 70,740 72,751 76,225 74,807 74,404 274,852 257,321 Canada 24,507 (R) 24,908 33,671 7,563 33,474 34,728 31,012 114,227 118,152 China 7,450 33,479 8,751 8,582 10,030 8,960 33,363 30,924 3,033 France 3,225 8,116 13,425 14,624 14,674 14,339 53,341 49,073 4,641 5,063 Germany 14,017 9,386 9,539 10,761 9,416 8,705 34,907 36,809 Hong Kong 3,070 2,956 2,708 6,678 7,792 7,994 8,546 29,755 23,380 India 2,715 6,556 4,450 21,384 5,211 6,438 5,970 2,098 16,816 Italy 1,667 4,905 6,439 17,576 17,662 18,399 19,016 68,398 61,414 6,882 Japan 16,812 5,355 11,781 12,112 13,383 13,599 14,070 50,978 44,111 Korea, South 4,571 22,404 22,376 65,872 66,274 66,812 243,738 222,061 Mexico 60,919 62,871 4,286 3,547 3,846 3,250 12,755 15,406 991 Saudi Arabia 1,048 3,621 7,474 2,834 7,728 30,600 27,316 2,767 Singapore 7,946 7,340 9,324 6,699 7,068 8,628 27,538 23,691 6,105 2,786 2,461 Taiwan 6,594 15,039 17,465 16,175 15,418 60,411 United Kingdom 6,057 5,296 14,000 51,130 108,123 114,053 119,936 121,618 438,609 399,397 All other countries 41,845 41,158 113,040 8,185 7,785 7,897 8,079 29,317 28,018 2,819 2,738 CAFTA-DR 7,506 71,052 73,367 77,306 81,927 79,446 292,190 258,355 European Union 27,225 26,287 4,998 14,457 13,703 15,423 14,133 53,953 54,244 OPEC 5,697 14,495 36,894 39,354 40,643 40,604 150,097 137,119 14,483 South/Central America 14,534 39,834 Imports 28,625 7,595 7,436 8,221 7,672 27,096 2,380 Brazil 2,993 7,249 73,084 77,246 77,460 81,306 82,744 293,778 273,145 Canada 25,281 26,988 126,612 45,746 137,566 130,035 137,014 493,172 460,222 China 42,812 132,504 12,143 47,879 12,582 13,481 13,136 4,302 44,287 France 4,378 13,412 10,454 30,438 32,318 31,596 31,047 116,031 107,089 10,616 Germany 29,349 519 1,614 1,879 1,709 1,843 1,496 6,010 6,756 Hong Kong 443 4,717 4,442 12,984 13,653 13,803 49,599 44,304 India 12,366 12,822 12,275 13,914 13,725 13,706 49,870 44,842 4,333 Italy 4,806 13,300 34,342 35,359 36,000 34,603 130,474 124,745 11,951 12,561 Japan 34,625 17,938 19,064 17,019 17,624 19,171 67,461 64,917 Korea, South 6,480 7,167 28,820 77,738 84,467 84,821 89,432 316,687 286,508 Mexico 29,148 81,399 3,398 22,216 4,504 5,510 6,857 2,891 17,492 Saudi Arabia 2,454 4,175 2,203 4,912 6,257 7,655 6,819 24,930 17,721 1,996 Singapore 4,985 3,981 10,841 10,869 11,156 10,973 11,229 41,444 38,814 Taiwan 4,105 5,297 5,174 15,273 14,328 15,339 55,411 48,370 United Kingdom 12,873 13,786 143,328 584,712 157,864 157,759 160,485 56,029 527,801 All other countries 52,575 150,671 2,160 5,911 6,292 6,215 6,324 22,982 21,727 1,990 CAFTA-DR 5,857 41,339 108,177 116,054 120,053 119,855 123,028 445,257 392,511 European Union 40,982 7,286 18,249 18,816 20,778 20,345 74,083 66,282 OPEC 15,310 6,858 9,726 10,863 28,038 28,941 31,220 29,626 30,601 112,03 6 106,73 4 a South/Central Americ NOTES: * Countries may be included in more than one area. For a list of countries in each area, see the explanatory notes in this release or at www.census.gov/ft900 or www.bea.gov/data/intl-trade-investment/international-trade-goods-and-services. * Area data reflect the composition of the areas as of the most recent statistical period. * Seasonally adjusted country and area data in this exhibit will not sum to the commodity-based seasonally adjusted totals shown in Part A of this release. Data users should use caution drawing comparisons between the two sets of seasonally adjusted series. * For information on data sources, nonsampling errors, and definitions, see the explanatory notes in this release or at www.census.gov/ft900 or www.bea.gov/data/intl-trade-investment/international-trade-goods-and-services. – 38 –

39 Part C: Seasonally Adjusted (by Geography) Exhibit 20. U.S. Trade in Goods and Services by Selected Countries and Areas - BOP Basis In millions of dollars. (-) Represents zero or less than one-half of measurement shown. Third Second First Fourth Third Second Annual Annual Annual Quarter Quarter Quarter Quarter Quarter Quarter Country and Area 2015 2016 2017 2018 2018 2018 2017 2017 2017 Balance 24,696 21,555 28,479 Brazil 8,192 8,058 7,647 6,762 7,057 7,417 4,165 -1,230 4,488 439 2,800 7,406 -501 Canada -2,726 2,760 -333,533 -335,704 -95,867 -85,573 -93,576 -88,752 -83,153 -82,807 China -308,363 -14,676 -12,515 -13,816 France -3,721 -3,048 -4,294 -3,902 -2,790 -3,783 -77,028 -16,544 -66,728 Germany -16,592 -17,072 -17,930 -16,180 -16,258 -67,072 7,713 28,867 35,060 8,328 10,193 8,307 8,484 8,253 Hong Kong 31,588 -5,710 -29,501 India -27,361 -6,944 -6,791 -7,040 -6,126 -6,612 -29,641 -8,221 -29,755 -31,196 -34,739 Italy -8,679 -8,664 -9,931 -9,010 -8,795 -13,351 -15,004 -56,588 -14,067 -14,698 -13,593 -55,242 Japan -15,291 -56,398 -2,153 -16,612 -9,297 -1,168 -347 -2,821 -2,684 -1,057 Korea, South -18,252 -21,627 -58,033 -62,372 -68,745 Mexico -17,812 -16,226 -17,770 -18,087 -17,529 -1,955 1,668 9,183 5,292 Saudi Arabia 2,844 1,186 876 26 6,478 5,120 17,594 18,383 20,303 4,260 5,330 4,781 5,029 Singapore 4,249 -3,264 -2,004 -9,947 -8,794 -14,396 Taiwan -4,145 -4,239 -3,580 -4,097 5,896 5,167 12,093 15,066 15,576 United Kingdom 3,926 3,682 4,295 3,726 -10,951 -10,377 -9,499 -32,373 -7,565 -9,030 All other countries -10,412 -14,774 30,826 n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. CAFTA-DR n.a. n.a. n.a. -102,494 -101,159 -30,227 -92,068 -23,974 -28,393 -30,434 -24,544 -23,767 European Union OPEC (1) 16,526 8,950 2,732 4,504 1,398 494 -81 -949 30,581 South/Central America 87,750 68,233 78,315 18,159 19,825 22,145 19,281 21,441 20,608 Exports 59,359 53,917 63,489 16,294 Brazil 15,414 16,023 17,073 16,896 16,573 336,261 321,595 341,309 90,284 91,976 87,930 85,799 83,795 Canada 90,543 46,017 165,525 170,881 188,004 46,411 48,142 48,382 48,915 China 49,121 15,245 49,990 51,099 52,980 France 12,485 13,640 13,540 13,366 14,187 23,008 23,106 86,585 22,502 21,679 21,203 80,133 Germany 23,334 81,283 12,019 45,554 52,642 12,991 14,374 13,027 12,640 12,601 Hong Kong 47,816 15,116 40,060 42,296 49,472 India 12,001 12,692 12,872 14,237 13,999 8,384 6,655 25,656 27,808 Italy 6,812 7,291 7,642 8,902 25,453 29,878 108,417 108,834 114,746 29,323 29,386 28,566 28,907 Japan 30,355 19,797 20,205 65,328 64,689 73,424 Korea, South 19,016 17,938 18,916 19,828 75,171 75,452 276,701 Mexico 68,046 69,512 71,519 74,477 268,211 261,999 29,742 5,995 5,750 5,685 6,560 27,353 6,917 Saudi Arabia 5,363 25,456 43,387 42,653 47,518 13,087 14,704 12,710 12,166 11,789 11,975 Singapore Taiwan 36,191 8,433 8,613 9,309 9,185 9,828 11,362 38,714 38,193 124,309 122,350 126,192 United Kingdom 31,087 31,405 32,897 36,141 34,681 34,251 784,721 196,290 788,555 All other countries 193,848 202,350 204,261 208,589 211,409 756,758 n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. CAFTA-DR European Union 506,197 528,215 129,536 132,866 135,681 141,222 145,189 143,164 502,797 22,469 107,493 106,104 91,962 OPEC (1) 23,501 22,456 22,425 22,363 23,885 70,939 252,863 271,825 South/Central America 66,900 67,333 69,978 70,205 70,802 281,343 Imports 34,663 8,647 8,838 8,880 8,607 8,652 Brazil 32,362 9,516 35,011 314,189 332,096 338,548 93,269 91,514 87,488 87,491 82,999 84,296 Canada China 523,708 129,218 131,295 137,134 142,491 134,694 141,884 499,059 479,244 France 63,614 66,796 16,206 16,688 17,835 17,268 18,035 17,971 64,666 39,267 148,355 153,313 Germany 37,795 38,222 39,573 41,036 39,514 157,162 16,228 16,687 17,582 4,663 4,182 4,720 4,156 4,348 Hong Kong 4,306 20,826 69,560 71,937 76,833 India 18,944 19,482 19,912 20,363 20,611 17,178 17,123 62,547 16,651 17,222 15,477 15,333 Italy 55,208 56,851 163,659 45,169 44,327 43,453 43,264 42,501 Japan 165,232 43,706 171,334 81,300 83,579 82,721 22,358 20,965 20,175 21,737 20,622 20,073 Korea, South Mexico 345,446 85,857 85,739 89,288 92,564 92,700 97,079 326,244 324,372 Saudi Arabia 18,170 20,163 5,249 3,716 4,499 4,874 5,969 7,318 23,264 8,837 25,004 27,215 Singapore 6,946 7,008 6,836 8,450 9,584 25,058 48,660 46,987 50,588 13,092 13,282 12,889 12,852 12,579 Taiwan 13,366 30,525 112,216 107,284 110,617 United Kingdom 27,161 27,723 28,601 30,245 29,514 221,821 219,540 820,928 219,035 212,727 203,854 202,878 All other countries 753,895 766,257 n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. CAFTA-DR European Union 598,265 629,374 153,303 157,409 166,115 169,615 169,163 173,391 605,291 23,419 76,912 89,578 83,012 OPEC (1) 20,769 17,952 21,028 21,869 23,966 50,331 47,832 193,510 50,924 49,361 47,508 48,741 South/Central America 184,630 193,593 n.a. Not available (1) Statistics for OPEC include Congo (Brazzaville) beginning with the third quarter of 2018. NOTES: * Countries may be included in more than one area. For a list of countries in each area and for additional information on country and area detail for goods on a BOP basis and for services, see the explanatory notes in this release or at www.census.gov/ft900 or www.bea.gov/data/intl-trade-investment/international-trade-goods-and-services. * Area data reflect the composition of the areas at the time of reporting. * Seasonally adjusted country and area data in this exhibit will not sum to the seasonally adjusted totals shown in Part A of this release. Data users should use caution drawing comparisons between the two sets of seasonally adjusted series. * For information on data sources, nonsampling errors, and definitions, see the explanatory notes in this release or at www.census.gov/ft900 or www.bea.gov/data/intl-trade-investment/international-trade-goods-and-services. – 39 –

40 Part C: Seasonally Adjusted (by Geography) Exhibit 20a. U.S. Trade in Goods by Selected Countries and Areas - BOP Basis In millions of dollars. (-) Represents zero or less than one-half of measurement shown. Third Second First Fourth Third Second Annual Annual Annual Quarter Quarter Quarter Quarter Quarter Quarter Country and Area 2015 2016 2017 2018 2018 2018 2017 2017 2017 Balance 5,095 5,392 9,256 Brazil 3,051 2,635 2,556 1,978 1,953 2,383 -21,245 -7,815 -2,578 -5,962 -3,712 -16,366 -6,520 Canada -9,982 -22,660 -367,567 -375,913 -106,132 -95,262 -104,165 -99,017 -93,094 -92,892 China -347,270 -18,180 -15,747 -15,527 France -3,911 -3,458 -4,881 -4,490 -3,509 -4,265 -75,394 -16,019 -64,057 Germany -15,774 -16,497 -17,803 -17,027 -16,780 -65,176 7,254 27,760 32,936 7,673 9,263 7,748 7,853 7,651 Hong Kong 30,636 -5,288 -23,387 India -22,973 -5,580 -5,713 -6,282 -5,204 -5,669 -24,440 -7,313 -28,187 -28,713 -31,653 Italy -7,959 -7,869 -9,050 -8,107 -7,788 -15,955 -18,047 -69,954 -16,952 -17,872 -17,536 -71,280 Japan -18,002 -70,378 -4,909 -27,433 -22,579 -3,998 -3,490 -6,746 -5,976 -4,183 Korea, South -27,965 -23,957 -66,603 -69,932 -76,127 Mexico -19,552 -18,081 -19,682 -20,077 -20,061 -3,662 -382 1,024 -2,683 Saudi Arabia 881 -683 -898 -1,704 -2,299 1,646 9,945 8,679 10,148 1,597 2,555 2,266 2,488 Singapore 839 -3,732 -2,427 -14,574 -12,694 -16,192 Taiwan -4,423 -4,606 -4,016 -4,462 2,085 1,792 -2,116 546 2,879 United Kingdom 727 1,038 1,121 24 -38,092 -37,827 -116,304 -142,398 -35,443 -35,252 All other countries -38,970 -44,034 -88,748 1,677 1,413 6,700 2,180 1,585 1,269 CAFTA-DR 4,690 1,594 5,093 -157,350 -152,597 -43,864 -148,148 -38,244 -42,935 -42,950 -37,425 -36,356 European Union OPEC (1) -7,473 -13,449 -2,926 -899 -3,940 -5,227 -5,494 -6,261 6,046 South/Central America 37,137 28,984 35,152 7,702 9,018 10,782 8,837 11,186 10,020 Exports 31,565 30,012 37,059 9,589 Brazil 8,930 9,274 10,178 9,781 9,898 281,562 267,235 282,863 74,950 76,418 72,902 70,896 69,727 Canada 74,553 31,157 116,505 115,942 130,376 32,027 33,778 33,637 33,646 China 34,897 10,062 30,235 31,305 33,738 France 7,833 8,772 8,619 8,182 8,954 14,319 14,598 53,893 14,031 13,406 13,332 50,069 Germany 14,679 49,404 8,915 35,545 40,715 9,680 10,995 9,727 9,567 9,690 Hong Kong 37,954 8,538 21,515 21,680 25,724 India 6,270 6,677 6,562 7,824 7,994 5,988 4,336 16,778 18,487 Italy 4,472 4,915 5,240 6,462 16,288 18,551 63,085 63,790 68,318 17,817 17,830 17,039 16,927 Japan 19,253 13,860 14,385 44,483 42,965 49,259 Korea, South 13,080 12,049 12,365 13,658 66,401 66,966 243,827 Mexico 59,971 61,067 63,036 66,008 236,766 230,342 19,852 3,825 3,627 3,513 4,296 18,013 4,571 Saudi Arabia 3,216 16,271 26,463 28,280 29,471 7,610 9,241 7,849 7,408 7,259 7,407 Singapore Taiwan 26,314 6,119 6,251 6,867 6,695 7,244 8,822 26,437 26,547 56,540 55,491 56,568 United Kingdom 13,821 14,046 15,157 17,580 16,246 15,452 450,247 108,626 440,501 All other countries 107,945 113,774 114,725 120,710 122,327 425,446 28,677 30,561 8,057 28,641 7,869 7,769 8,153 7,492 7,209 CAFTA-DR European Union 270,955 284,809 69,375 71,370 73,854 77,763 82,334 79,843 273,695 14,110 73,050 70,993 59,155 OPEC (1) 15,275 14,458 14,426 13,663 15,356 40,566 135,973 150,403 South/Central America 36,528 36,898 39,432 39,827 40,687 152,881 Imports 26,470 7,033 7,147 7,127 6,891 6,952 Brazil 24,620 7,945 27,803 283,601 302,806 305,523 84,536 82,766 78,996 78,864 74,607 76,247 Canada China 506,289 124,918 126,872 132,654 137,811 130,159 137,289 484,071 463,212 France 47,052 49,265 11,744 12,230 13,499 12,673 13,571 13,219 48,415 31,099 114,580 117,950 Germany 29,106 29,426 30,528 32,401 31,706 125,462 7,318 7,784 7,779 2,007 1,732 1,980 1,714 2,039 Hong Kong 1,661 13,826 44,902 46,120 48,697 India 11,851 12,390 12,844 13,027 13,663 13,776 13,775 50,140 13,347 13,965 12,342 12,295 Italy 44,475 45,491 134,365 36,554 35,864 34,781 34,911 34,464 Japan 134,168 35,208 138,272 70,398 72,448 71,838 19,295 17,858 17,148 19,110 18,025 17,263 Korea, South Mexico 319,954 79,523 79,148 82,718 86,085 86,462 90,923 303,369 300,274 Saudi Arabia 16,988 18,954 4,953 3,415 4,196 4,525 5,529 6,878 22,151 6,771 17,784 19,322 Singapore 4,919 4,993 4,852 6,252 7,596 18,335 41,011 39,241 42,505 10,975 11,157 10,882 10,857 10,542 Taiwan 11,248 15,428 58,656 54,944 53,689 United Kingdom 13,094 13,008 14,036 15,495 14,454 161,297 158,803 582,899 158,759 151,601 144,069 143,197 All other countries 538,996 541,750 23,987 23,861 6,379 23,548 6,275 6,356 5,973 5,907 5,940 CAFTA-DR European Union 419,103 437,406 105,731 108,796 116,805 120,699 120,578 123,708 431,046 20,370 67,004 78,466 72,604 OPEC (1) 18,201 15,357 18,365 18,890 20,850 30,546 27,880 115,251 28,649 30,990 29,502 28,826 South/Central America 106,989 115,744 (1) Statistics for OPEC include Congo (Brazzaville) beginning with the third quarter of 2018. NOTES: * Countries may be included in more than one area. For a list of countries in each area and for additional information on country and area detail for goods on a BOP basis and for services, see the explanatory notes in this release or at www.census.gov/ft900 or www.bea.gov/data/intl-trade-investment/international-trade-goods-and-services. * Area data reflect the composition of the areas at the time of reporting. * Seasonally adjusted country and area data in this exhibit will not sum to the seasonally adjusted totals shown in Part A of this release. Data users should use caution drawing comparisons between the two sets of seasonally adjusted series. * For information on data sources, nonsampling errors, and definitions, see the explanatory notes in this release or at www.census.gov/ft900 or www.bea.gov/data/intl-trade-investment/international-trade-goods-and-services. – 40 –

41 Part C: Seasonally Adjusted (by Geography) Exhibit 20b. U.S. Trade in Services by Selected Countries and Areas In millions of dollars. (-) Represents zero or less than one-half of measurement shown. Third Second First Fourth Third Second Annual Annual Annual Quarter Quarter Quarter Quarter Quarter Quarter Country and Area 2015 2016 2017 2018 2018 2018 2017 2017 2017 Balance 19,602 16,164 19,223 Brazil 5,141 5,423 5,092 4,784 5,104 5,034 25,410 6,585 7,066 6,402 6,512 23,772 6,018 Canada 7,256 25,420 34,033 40,209 10,266 9,689 10,589 10,265 9,941 10,085 China 38,907 3,504 3,232 1,711 France 190 410 586 588 719 481 -1,635 -524 -2,672 Germany -819 -575 -126 847 522 -1,896 459 1,107 2,124 655 929 560 631 602 Hong Kong 952 -422 -6,114 India -4,387 -1,363 -1,077 -758 -923 -942 -5,201 -908 -1,568 -2,483 -3,086 Italy -720 -795 -881 -903 -1,006 2,604 3,043 13,366 2,884 3,174 3,943 16,038 Japan 2,712 13,980 2,756 10,821 13,282 2,830 3,143 3,925 3,292 3,126 Korea, South 9,713 2,330 8,570 7,560 7,382 Mexico 1,740 1,855 1,912 1,991 2,532 1,707 2,051 8,158 7,975 Saudi Arabia 1,963 1,869 1,774 1,730 8,777 3,475 7,650 9,704 10,155 2,663 2,774 2,515 2,541 Singapore 3,410 468 423 4,627 3,900 1,796 Taiwan 278 368 436 365 3,811 3,375 14,209 14,519 12,696 United Kingdom 3,200 2,644 3,174 3,702 27,141 27,450 106,806 110,025 27,878 26,222 All other countries 28,559 29,260 119,575 n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. CAFTA-DR n.a. n.a. n.a. 54,857 51,438 13,637 56,079 14,271 14,542 12,516 12,882 12,589 European Union OPEC (1) 23,999 22,399 5,658 5,404 5,338 5,721 5,412 5,311 24,534 South/Central America 50,613 39,249 43,162 10,457 10,807 11,363 10,444 10,256 10,589 Exports 27,795 23,905 26,431 6,706 Brazil 6,484 6,749 6,895 7,115 6,675 54,699 54,360 58,446 15,334 15,557 15,029 14,903 14,068 Canada 15,990 14,860 49,021 54,939 57,628 14,384 14,364 14,745 15,270 China 14,225 5,182 19,755 19,794 19,242 France 4,652 4,868 4,922 5,184 5,233 8,690 8,508 32,692 8,471 8,272 7,871 30,065 Germany 8,655 31,879 3,105 10,010 11,927 3,311 3,379 3,300 3,073 2,911 Hong Kong 9,861 6,578 18,545 20,616 23,748 India 5,730 6,015 6,310 6,413 6,006 2,396 2,318 8,878 9,321 Italy 2,340 2,376 2,401 2,440 9,165 11,327 45,332 45,044 46,428 11,506 11,556 11,527 11,980 Japan 11,102 5,937 5,819 20,844 21,724 24,165 Korea, South 5,935 5,890 6,551 6,170 8,770 8,486 32,874 Mexico 8,075 8,445 8,482 8,469 31,445 31,657 9,890 2,170 2,123 2,172 2,264 9,340 2,347 Saudi Arabia 2,147 9,185 16,924 14,373 18,047 5,476 5,463 4,861 4,758 4,530 4,568 Singapore Taiwan 9,878 2,315 2,363 2,443 2,490 2,584 2,540 12,277 11,646 67,769 66,859 69,624 United Kingdom 17,266 17,359 17,740 18,561 18,435 18,799 334,474 87,663 348,054 All other countries 85,903 88,576 89,536 87,878 89,082 331,313 n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. CAFTA-DR European Union 235,242 243,405 60,161 61,496 61,827 63,459 62,855 63,321 229,102 8,360 34,443 35,111 32,807 OPEC (1) 8,226 7,998 8,000 8,700 8,529 30,374 116,890 121,421 South/Central America 30,372 30,435 30,546 30,378 30,115 128,462 Imports 8,193 1,614 1,691 1,753 1,716 1,700 Brazil 7,742 1,570 7,208 30,588 29,289 33,025 8,734 8,749 8,492 8,627 8,391 8,049 Canada China 17,419 4,300 4,423 4,480 4,680 4,536 4,594 14,987 16,032 France 16,562 17,531 4,462 4,458 4,335 4,596 4,464 4,752 16,251 8,168 33,775 35,364 Germany 8,689 8,797 9,046 8,634 7,808 31,700 8,910 8,903 9,803 2,657 2,450 2,740 2,442 2,309 Hong Kong 2,645 7,000 24,659 25,817 28,136 India 7,094 7,092 7,068 7,336 6,948 3,403 3,348 12,407 3,304 3,257 3,135 3,038 Italy 10,732 11,360 29,294 8,616 8,463 8,672 8,353 8,037 Japan 31,064 8,498 33,062 10,903 11,131 10,883 3,064 3,107 3,027 2,626 2,597 2,810 Korea, South Mexico 25,492 6,335 6,590 6,570 6,479 6,238 6,156 22,875 24,097 Saudi Arabia 1,182 1,210 296 301 303 349 439 440 1,113 2,066 7,220 7,892 Singapore 2,027 2,015 1,984 2,198 1,988 6,723 7,650 7,747 8,082 2,116 2,125 2,007 1,995 2,037 Taiwan 2,118 15,097 53,560 52,339 56,927 United Kingdom 14,067 14,715 14,566 14,750 15,060 60,524 60,737 238,029 60,276 61,126 59,785 59,681 All other countries 214,899 224,507 n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. CAFTA-DR European Union 179,163 191,968 47,573 48,614 49,311 48,916 48,584 49,684 174,245 3,048 9,909 11,112 10,408 OPEC (1) 2,569 2,595 2,662 2,978 3,117 19,785 19,183 78,259 19,934 19,859 19,628 19,915 South/Central America 77,641 77,849 n.a. Not available (1) Statistics for OPEC include Congo (Brazzaville) beginning with the third quarter of 2018. NOTES: * Countries may be included in more than one area. For a list of countries in each area and for additional information on country and area detail for goods on a BOP basis and for services, see the explanatory notes in this release or at www.census.gov/ft900 or www.bea.gov/data/intl-trade-investment/international-trade-goods-and-services. * Area data reflect the composition of the areas at the time of reporting. * Seasonally adjusted country and area data in this exhibit will not sum to the seasonally adjusted totals shown in Part A of this release. Data users should use caution drawing comparisons between the two sets of seasonally adjusted series. * For information on data sources, nonsampling errors, and definitions, see the explanatory notes in this release or at www.census.gov/ft900 or www.bea.gov/data/intl-trade-investment/international-trade-goods-and-services. – 41 –

42 6 FOR RELEA SE AT 8:30 AM E S T, February , 2019 , U.S. INTERNATIONAL TRADE IN GOODS AND SERVICES MONTHLY , SUPPLEMENT NOVEMBER 2018 Releas e Number: CB 1 9 - 05 Media Inquiries Data Inquiries Goods Goods U.S. Census Bureau U.S. Census Bureau Economic Indicators Division, International Trade Public Information Office 3030 - 763 - 301 2311 - 763 - 301 [email protected] [email protected] – 42 –

43 FT-900 Supplement Exhibit 1. Exports, Imports, and Balance of Goods by Selected NAICS-Based Product Code, Not Seasonally Adjusted: November 2018 In millions of dollars. Details may not equal total due to rounding. (X) Not Applicable. (-) Represents zero or less than one-half unit of measurement shown. Imports for Consumption (Customs Value) Balance Exports Totals Calculated Duty NAICS-Based Product Code Description Year-to-Date November Year-to-Date November Year-to-Date November Year-to-Date November 140,428.4 -75,924.4 2,344,853.7 5,554.6 L 1,529,677.3 42,126.9 -815,176.4 216,352.8 GRAND TOTA 5,121.8 Agricultural, Forestry & Fishery Products 96.9 23.0 57,876.5 1,426.8 68,525.3 6,548.5 10,648.9 (Domestic) 24,496.2 2,945.6 34,696.7 5,777.8 7.9 59.2 Agricultural Products, Total 2,832.2 59,192.8 0.4 3.0 5,735.5 565.0 1,745.6 173.8 -3,989.8 -391.2 Livestock And Livestock Products 2,417.1 0.3 2.7 207.6 119.6 20.3 Forestry Products, Nspf 187.3 2,536.7 5,050.2 1,423.8 15,027.2 14.4 31.9 Fish, Fresh Or Chilled; And Other Marine Products -1,034.6 -9,977.1 389.3 9,146.0 Mining, Total -3,219.4 -54,019.3 86,584.9 12,365.4 140,604.2 11.2 116.3 (Domestic) 113.7 7,461.9 11,767.8 134,574.7 67,300.2 -67,274.5 -4,305.8 Oil And Gas 10.5 0.7 6,029.5 597.6 19,284.7 1,684.1 13,255.2 1,086.5 Minerals And Ores 2.6 95,758.6 1,063,572.2 187,202.7 2,031,309.1 5,517.8 41,850.3 Manufacturing, Total -91,444.1 -967,736.9 (Domestic) -22.0 Food And Kindred Products -2,090.8 5,519.6 59,679.0 5,541.6 61,769.8 104.7 918.8 23,019.9 8.6 93.2 -15,711.6 7,308.2 2,096.8 Beverages And Tobacco -1,447.1 649.7 382.9 48.1 8,055.1 727.5 8,063.3 703.5 Textile And Fabrics -24.1 8.2 233.0 1,343.7 Textile Mill Products -1,752.7 1,985.8 -18,731.3 21,274.2 2,542.9 136.4 925.9 82,563.1 6,873.7 2,776.6 295.1 -79,786.5 -6,578.6 Apparel And Accessories 11,059.4 237.1 2,740.0 3,194.9 36,444.6 383.2 3,992.3 Leather And Allied Products -2,957.9 -33,704.6 43.0 Wood Products -945.1 -12,788.9 602.8 7,178.5 1,548.0 19,967.4 274.8 33.7 123.0 1,944.2 1,837.2 22,749.4 20,251.1 2,498.3 107.1 Paper Products 9.1 5,422.0 530.7 4,242.0 396.2 -1,179.9 -134.5 Printing, Publishing & Similar Products 4.1 17,206.7 9,336.9 93,144.8 5,405.5 75,938.1 19.0 148.2 Petroleum And Coal Products 3,931.4 1,965.9 211.0 236,113.1 20,809.3 179,634.7 15,648.0 -56,478.4 -5,161.3 Chemicals -24,523.2 218.4 1,594.4 Plastic And Rubber Products (1) -2,419.4 4,943.5 53,541.4 2,524.1 29,018.1 810.2 112.9 23,333.8 2,106.7 10,523.3 934.2 -12,810.5 -1,172.5 Nonmetallic Mineral Products (1) 3,806.8 Primary Metal Products -3,693.4 50,398.4 89,480.6 586.0 3,918.6 -39,082.2 7,500.2 322.1 2,064.7 71,087.6 6,522.9 38,625.0 3,430.6 -32,462.6 -3,092.3 Fabricated Metal Products 15,375.0 172,803.1 461.0 2,484.7 -59,105.8 -5,846.4 Machinery, Except Electrical 9,528.6 113,697.4 9,673.9 105,824.9 38,213.7 385,390.2 475.8 1,784.5 Computers and Electronic Products (1) -28,539.8 -279,565.2 3,795.8 Electrical Equipment, Appliances and Components (1) -6,739.7 -70,842.2 42,421.9 10,535.5 113,264.1 550.8 3,087.8 545.3 4,165.3 22,242.2 35,680.5 236,515.1 369,919.3 -133,404.2 -13,438.3 Transportation Equipment (1) 463.2 41,190.9 3,856.1 4,426.0 413.1 -36,764.9 -3,443.0 Furniture and Fixtures 200.0 -78,417.1 3,843.1 42,062.5 11,917.6 120,479.7 127.8 1,165.8 Miscellaneous Manufactured Commodities -8,074.5 11,663.0 Special Classification Provisions 63.4 2.6 115,064.0 -4,741.0 77,444.6 6,922.0 -37,619.4 (Domestic) 1,131.4 0.3 2.3 Scrap & Waste 18,980.6 546.3 6,339.9 12,640.8 1,677.7 1.9 16.3 12,518.4 1,381.4 14,455.6 997.0 1,937.2 -384.4 Used Or Second-Hand Merchandise (1) 32.8 7,564.0 75,796.5 0.3 0.9 -7,562.1 Goods Returned Or Reimported 1.9 -75,763.7 23,566.4 4,245.4 43,975.5 2,171.2 20,409.1 0.1 43.8 Special Classification Provision, Nspf 2,074.2 (X) Re-exports 22,053.2 (X) (X) (X) 233,465.1 22,053.2 233,465.1 (X) Timing Adjustments (X) (X) (X) (X) (X) 37.1 37.1 (1) Export statistics for certain commodity classifications related to the aircraft industry are subject to suppression and have been aggregated in a manner that prevents the disclosure of confidential information. For additional information, see www.census.gov/foreign-trade/statistics/notices/aircraft/. – 43 –

44 FT-900 Supplement Exhibit 2. Origin of Movement of U.S. Exports of Goods by State by NAICS-Based Product Code Groupings, Not Seasonally Adjusted: 2018 In millions of dollars. Foreign Trade Zone (FTZ) shipments are included in the U. S. total and distributed among individual states and territories. Separate FTZ total line is for reference only. Details may not equal totals due to rounding. (X) Not applicable. (-) Represents zero or less than one-half unit of measurement shown. NAICS-Based Product Code Groupings Re-exports Total Non-Manufactured Commodities (1) Manufactured Commodities Item Year-to-Date Year-to-Date Year-to-Date November Year-to-Date November November November Total Total Percent Percent 206,171.7 1,529,677.3 233,465.1 22,053.2 100.0 140,428.4 20,143.1 100.0 1,063,572.2 95,758.6 U.S. Total 2.1 2.7 15.8 (-) 304.0 2,922.0 2,291.9 25,720.5 1,985.2 Foreign Trade Zone 22,782.7 1,257.2 19,800.1 1,508.3 719.9 96.1 1.0 2,014.8 155.0 1.6 17,065.5 Alabama 254.3 (-) 4,654.2 299.7 56.7 Alaska 4.9 2.1 4,343.3 281.7 13.2 1,229.4 12,396.3 1.2 281.1 2,410.3 1.2 534.1 5,715.6 2,044.6 20,522.2 Arizona 5,964.7 0.3 Arkansas 330.9 4,386.7 0.4 54.6 548.7 21.1 1,029.3 406.6 3,719.1 103,751.6 164,428.8 14,997.8 40,147.0 California 10.0 20,530.2 2,222.2 9.8 9,056.4 Colorado 539.0 6,335.5 0.6 45.8 484.7 0.2 67.0 879.3 651.8 7,699.5 1,155.6 Connecticut 12,881.8 1.2 113.8 1,189.1 0.6 143.2 1,921.5 1,446.2 15,959.0 Delaware 3,486.9 0.3 10.7 87.7 (-) 73.5 648.4 427.4 4,222.9 343.3 3.6 4,859.4 Florida 3,574.7 38,517.4 52,264.3 322.9 3,573.4 1.7 961.9 10,173.5 28,583.1 2.7 266.8 3,406.4 1.7 468.9 5,080.7 3,452.6 37,070.2 Georgia 2,717.0 Hawaii 8.8 411.3 (-) 23.7 143.4 0.1 2.3 39.9 34.9 594.6 405.0 3,717.2 1,138.5 101.5 0.2 334.3 25.4 0.2 2,173.7 207.3 Idaho 60,514.9 3,868.1 46,076.6 4.3 339.7 3,639.8 1.8 976.2 10,798.5 Illinois 5,184.0 3,245.9 Indiana 2,920.2 32,471.0 3.1 59.3 1,070.2 0.5 266.4 2,852.9 36,394.1 13,277.6 379.7 34.4 1.1 2,245.6 135.9 1.0 10,652.3 892.8 Iowa 1,063.1 Kansas 10,645.7 674.9 74.1 1.0 1,009.2 1,959.2 187.8 0.8 8,011.6 747.4 2.1 50.8 422.5 0.2 678.0 22,513.5 6,258.9 2,662.7 29,194.9 1,933.8 Kentucky 2,610.1 60,090.2 597.4 38.2 22,637.3 6,073.4 3.5 36,855.4 3,425.0 Louisiana 11.0 133.3 1,443.8 0.1 80.2 Maine 0.5 12.3 136.8 225.8 2,614.2 1,033.6 10,945.9 1,581.5 163.3 1.0 1,993.2 964.7 0.7 7,371.2 577.3 Maryland 224.0 24,850.0 Massachusetts 1,835.7 19,712.6 1.9 132.9 1,434.3 0.7 314.3 3,703.1 2,282.9 53,380.7 207.1 Michigan 3,862.1 44,802.9 4.2 2,199.3 1.1 583.0 6,378.5 4,652.2 Minnesota 20,796.2 2,196.3 203.5 0.7 1,345.4 107.0 1.6 17,254.4 1,538.4 1,848.9 10,852.1 840.0 1,959.0 155.7 0.3 650.6 679.6 33.7 0.8 8,213.5 Mississippi 13,467.9 Missouri 869.0 11,289.0 1.1 87.4 1,204.0 0.6 83.2 974.8 1,039.6 1,523.6 41.1 Montana 73.8 811.2 0.1 414.9 0.2 29.0 297.5 143.9 1,342.8 Nebraska 306.2 12.5 0.7 622.3 114.4 0.5 5,687.9 495.4 7,336.9 814.9 10,272.4 Nevada 573.7 7,722.2 0.7 67.7 544.6 0.3 173.5 2,005.6 449.0 825.9 85.9 0.1 211.7 16.2 0.4 3,814.8 346.9 New Hampshire 4,852.4 32,996.7 2,967.0 7,503.0 743.7 1.8 3,785.6 341.1 2.0 21,708.1 1,882.1 New Jersey 0.1 3,474.3 430.1 1,397.4 263.5 New Mexico 169.2 14.9 0.2 1,907.7 151.7 3.4 937.2 11,657.3 5.7 2,422.4 36,430.8 27,423.3 6,357.1 75,511.5 2,997.6 New York 86.5 30,265.0 2,630.5 270.4 1,509.7 2,701.9 2.5 26,124.8 2,345.0 North Carolina 0.7 North Dakota 302.9 3,870.9 0.4 550.4 2,306.8 1.1 9.9 123.1 863.1 6,300.8 49,939.1 Ohio 3,389.6 40,275.7 3.8 390.8 3,469.5 1.7 577.4 6,193.8 4,357.8 0.2 364.8 503.5 1,064.7 116.3 5,584.4 411.9 22.4 0.4 4,107.8 Oklahoma Oregon 1,362.5 14,918.7 1.4 194.3 2,266.1 1.1 312.0 3,013.4 1,868.8 20,198.3 3,274.7 Pennsylvania 2,570.3 28,701.2 2.7 361.0 4,659.2 2.3 343.4 4,144.6 37,505.1 204.7 2,218.6 17.2 0.3 576.0 70.9 0.1 1,470.5 116.6 Rhode Island 172.1 31,811.6 2,914.7 1,594.3 138.9 0.3 2,726.2 684.6 49.5 2.8 29,532.7 South Carolina 1,328.5 South Dakota 98.8 1,185.8 0.1 14.6 98.6 (-) 5.5 44.1 118.9 30,232.1 84.7 Tennessee 1,887.8 22,225.3 2.1 1,527.9 0.7 598.0 6,478.9 2,570.5 60,604.3 Texas 52,030.4 5,103.2 29.4 27,758.5 6,113.8 16.7 177,285.7 16,541.4 289,920.4 1,267.6 13,055.3 Utah 1,169.2 11,889.9 1.1 58.3 716.2 0.3 40.1 449.2 246.6 528.9 59.6 (-) 76.2 6.0 0.2 2,067.4 181.0 Vermont 2,672.5 16,846.1 1,577.2 1,467.5 208.5 1.4 2,837.5 277.9 1.2 12,541.2 1,090.9 Virginia 405.5 70,463.1 Washington 7,371.7 3,392.2 5,832.1 6.5 13,411.9 1,134.0 5.0 53,659.0 285.9 3,103.3 0.3 370.4 West Virginia 2.0 13.2 259.0 669.5 7,543.4 4,181.1 Wisconsin 1,564.7 17,694.1 1.7 88.8 1,319.4 0.6 166.7 1,835.1 1,820.2 20,848.5 99.6 Wyoming 92.5 1,134.3 0.1 3.3 68.4 (-) 3.8 19.4 1,222.0 27.1 2,555.3 36.7 0.2 310.2 217.8 0.2 2,027.3 404.5 Dist of Columbia 468.3 1,400.7 16,813.6 Puerto Rico 1,273.0 14,750.2 1.4 13.6 229.1 0.1 114.2 1,834.3 116.5 164.0 5.3 (-) 0.6 0.1 (-) 493.5 111.1 US Virgin Islands 658.0 2.8 51,768.4 4,912.9 6.1 0.5 Other 5,813.0 632.1 1.8 19,518.1 1,806.9 Estimated Shipments (X) (X) (X) (X) (X) (X) (X) (X) 2,473.5 26,383.1 2,439.4 25,385.3 Unreported (2) 1,806.9 19,518.1 1.8 632.1 5,813.0 2.8 0.5 6.1 (X) (X) Timing Adjustment (X) (X) (X) (X) (X) 37.1 (X) (X) (1) Includes agricultural, forestry, fishery products, mineral commodities, scrap, waste, and used or second-hand merchandise. The state of origin of movement value totals for non-manufactured commodities usually reflect the state where the U.S. port of export is located. (2) Includes prior month's revision to exports to Canada. – 44 –

45 FT-900 Supplement Exhibit 2a. U.S. General Imports of Goods by State, State of Destination, by NAICS-Based Product Code Groupings, Not Seasonally Adjusted: 2018 In millions of dollars. Foreign Trade Zone (FTZ) shipments are included in the U. S. total and distributed among individual states and territories. Separate FTZ total line is for reference only. Details may not equal totals due to rounding. (X) Not applicable. (-) Represents zero or less than one-half unit of measurement shown. NAICS-Based Product Code Groupings Total Non-Manufactured Commodities (1) Manufactured Commodities Item Year-to-Date Year-to-Date Year-to-Date November November November Percent Total Percent Total Percent Total 183,963.9 314,699.7 100.0 213,970.6 2,335,760.9 100.0 U.S. Total 2,004,087.8 28,413.8 100.0 241,058.5 10.3 22,931.5 20.0 63,042.6 5,947.5 8.9 178,015.8 16,984.0 Foreign Trade Zone 20,522.3 1.0 368.7 3,481.5 1.1 2,249.1 24,003.8 1.0 Alabama 1,880.4 184.5 1,604.2 0.1 11.3 Alaska (-) 195.8 1,745.1 0.1 140.9 0.9 Arizona 1,561.8 15,849.9 0.8 452.6 4,734.0 1.5 2,014.4 20,583.9 Arkansas 10,557.8 930.9 0.1 403.3 43.9 0.5 10,154.5 887.0 0.5 17.3 California 33,343.3 358,107.6 17.9 4,222.5 46,195.1 14.7 37,565.8 404,302.6 0.5 Colorado 902.1 9,870.3 0.5 228.2 2,696.0 0.9 1,130.4 12,566.3 0.8 18,116.6 1,599.4 0.8 2,594.2 219.1 0.8 15,522.3 1,380.3 Connecticut 0.4 394.0 Delaware 8,289.0 745.7 1.2 3,797.2 351.7 0.2 4,491.9 5,227.2 59,713.1 3.0 1,948.6 Florida 4.4 7,175.8 73,648.0 3.2 13,934.9 Georgia 7,660.6 86,688.9 4.3 334.4 3,619.1 1.2 7,995.0 90,308.0 3.9 4,276.0 Hawaii 199.0 1,797.3 0.1 146.0 2,478.7 0.8 345.0 0.2 0.3 622.8 0.1 416.2 50.4 0.3 6,029.3 572.3 Idaho 6,445.6 145,155.5 6.2 11,120.1 Illinois 5.7 3,122.2 31,811.5 10.1 14,242.3 113,344.0 5,189.8 2.4 Indiana 4,933.8 53,660.8 2.7 256.0 3,380.2 1.1 57,041.0 9,834.3 0.3 798.6 84.0 0.5 0.4 9,035.7 761.8 Iowa 845.8 Kansas 0.5 981.7 0.4 1,323.5 110.5 0.5 9,978.7 871.2 11,302.2 2.1 49,850.4 4,840.8 1.4 4,517.5 Kentucky 323.3 2.3 45,501.4 4,349.1 1.6 Louisiana 1,425.7 19,270.9 1.0 1,224.4 18,025.8 5.7 2,650.0 37,296.6 0.1 84.5 Maine 284.9 2,515.3 0.1 947.8 0.3 369.3 3,463.0 Maryland 32,121.0 2,848.8 0.5 1,629.5 119.0 1.5 30,491.5 2,729.8 1.4 32,322.8 1.4 Massachusetts 2,621.9 27,629.0 1.4 412.4 4,693.8 1.5 3,034.4 135,215.0 6.3 Michigan 11,894.9 126,300.1 850.4 8,914.9 2.8 12,745.3 5.8 30,546.5 2.2 6,881.3 459.7 1.2 1.3 23,665.2 2,484.8 Minnesota 2,944.6 Mississippi 15,172.3 1,384.2 0.8 2,431.1 199.2 0.6 12,741.3 1,184.9 0.6 18,930.7 0.8 Missouri 1,398.2 16,854.4 0.8 304.9 2,076.3 0.7 1,703.0 4,422.3 (-) Montana 72.0 978.2 285.7 3,444.1 1.1 357.7 0.2 335.7 0.2 0.1 285.5 26.8 0.2 3,859.4 308.9 Nebraska 4,144.9 939.6 10,851.8 0.5 Nevada 903.9 10,398.3 0.5 35.7 453.5 0.1 827.8 0.1 417.2 39.3 0.6 11,159.5 788.5 New Hampshire 11,576.7 0.5 117,676.2 4.7 14,869.6 1,411.5 5.1 102,806.6 8,812.6 New Jersey 5.0 10,224.2 0.1 2,299.3 204.5 0.1 304.3 38.2 0.1 1,995.1 166.3 New Mexico 5.4 9,503.6 New York 126,465.0 11,322.4 7.2 22,805.6 1,818.8 5.2 103,659.3 4,178.5 46,794.2 2.3 192.1 North Carolina 0.6 4,370.7 48,685.5 2.1 1,891.3 North Dakota 179.1 2,055.1 0.1 111.6 1,070.5 0.3 290.6 3,125.6 0.1 64,567.3 Ohio 5,282.3 59,641.5 3.0 385.1 4,925.7 1.6 5,667.4 2.8 0.4 1,039.5 1.1 3,475.8 411.2 0.3 6,864.7 628.3 Oklahoma 10,340.5 Oregon 0.8 1,405.5 15,667.9 0.8 171.3 2,456.9 0.8 1,576.8 18,124.7 7,512.0 3.5 Pennsylvania 6,439.8 68,306.1 3.4 1,072.2 13,330.3 4.2 81,636.4 9,503.8 0.1 271.1 25.7 0.5 0.4 9,232.8 892.5 Rhode Island 918.2 South Carolina 36,852.2 3,327.3 0.5 1,679.3 145.3 1.8 35,172.9 3,182.0 1.6 1,022.1 (-) South Dakota 83.4 925.5 (-) 10.8 96.6 (-) 94.2 78,414.7 3.8 Tennessee 7,231.0 75,307.3 335.0 3,107.4 1.0 7,566.0 3.4 24,881.5 12.0 15.6 49,131.1 4,188.9 11.5 231,379.1 20,692.6 Texas 280,510.2 1,244.2 13,807.0 0.6 Utah 1,151.2 12,874.9 0.6 93.0 932.1 0.3 281.2 0.3 798.0 67.2 0.1 2,349.6 214.0 Vermont 3,147.6 0.1 27,035.9 0.7 2,148.7 236.3 1.2 24,887.2 2,232.0 Virginia 1.2 2,468.3 2.1 Washington 49,986.9 4,987.6 3.7 11,581.7 1,048.7 1.9 38,405.2 3,938.9 West Virginia 259.6 2,953.0 0.1 10.2 185.8 0.1 269.8 3,138.8 0.1 Wisconsin 1.2 2,531.8 27,188.2 1.4 120.2 1,245.6 0.4 2,652.0 28,433.8 89.1 (-) Wyoming 43.5 542.6 (-) 45.6 469.5 0.1 1,012.1 714.2 (-) 0.1 163.9 23.4 (-) 550.2 65.1 Dist of Columbia 88.5 2,411.3 25,750.0 1.1 Puerto Rico 2,295.1 24,725.4 1.2 116.2 1,024.6 0.3 58.9 0.1 289.5 19.1 (-) 1,002.0 39.8 US Virgin Islands 1,291.6 0.1 17,979.5 1,613.2 0.8 (-) 90.2 0.3 0.1 1,066.2 20.0 Other Estimated Shipments 0.7 (X) (X) (X) (X) (X) (X) 1,592.9 16,823.2 20.3 1,156.4 (-) Unreported 20.0 1,066.2 0.1 0.3 90.2 (-) (X) (X) (X) Timing Adjustment (X) (X) 150.2 (X) (X) (X) (1) Includes agricultural, forestry, fishery products, mineral commodities, scrap, waste, and used or second-hand merchandise. – 45 –

46 FT-900 Supplement Exhibit 3. Exports, Imports, and Trade Balance of Goods In millions of dollars. Details may not equal totals due to seasonal adjustment and rounding.(R) - Revised. Balance Imports Exports Period F.A.S. Value C.I.F. Value C.I.F. Customs Customs value Seasonally Adjusted 2017 -862,202.7 Jan.- Dec. 2,408,475.7 1,546,273.0 -795,689.8 2,341,962.7 Jan.- Nov. 2,133,441.0 1,410,191.7 -784,058.2 -723,249.3 2,194,249.9 -72,208.1 198,325.3 192,712.8 -66,595.7 126,117.2 January February -64,386.6 -69,894.1 126,571.6 190,958.2 196,465.7 196,178.7 126,564.9 March -64,158.3 -69,613.8 190,723.2 -66,257.0 198,006.0 192,561.4 126,304.4 -71,701.5 April 197,753.0 -65,709.1 -71,185.3 May 192,276.8 126,567.7 192,886.1 June -64,822.9 -70,249.5 128,063.2 198,312.7 192,366.0 197,934.5 -70,025.2 -64,456.7 July 127,909.3 197,994.8 -64,477.9 August 192,553.5 128,075.6 -69,919.2 September -64,921.2 -70,557.2 130,202.3 195,123.5 200,759.5 197,952.7 203,550.0 130,324.0 -73,226.0 -67,628.6 October 203,326.7 208,969.9 -69,835.1 -75,478.3 November 133,491.6 136,081.2 214,225.8 December -72,440.5 -78,144.5 208,521.8 2018 1,537,148.6 Jan.- Nov. -789,375.9 2,326,524.5 -854,395.7 2,391,544.3 206,611.3 212,318.0 -79,332.7 -73,626.0 January 132,985.3 217,769.5 -75,974.6 February 211,925.4 135,950.8 -81,818.7 March -68,520.0 -74,296.1 140,335.1 208,855.1 214,631.2 207,961.2 213,740.0 140,567.1 -73,173.0 -67,394.2 April 208,896.5 214,802.4 May -64,688.1 -70,594.1 144,208.4 210,407.7 June -67,902.9 -73,658.4 142,504.8 216,163.2 212,251.8 -77,906.1 -72,041.8 July 218,116.1 140,210.0 August 213,875.4 138,518.4 -81,206.9 -75,357.0 219,725.3 September 223,681.3 -76,277.4 -82,398.7 141,282.6 217,560.0 140,900.1 218,015.6 224,332.2 -83,432.1 -77,115.5 October (R) 139,686.2 210,164.4 216,265.1 November -70,478.3 -76,578.9 December Not Seasonally Adjusted 2017 2,341,962.7 Jan.- Dec. 1,546,273.0 2,408,475.7 -862,202.7 -795,689.8 Jan.- Nov. 2,202,775.5 1,410,258.9 -792,516.6 -731,419.3 2,141,678.2 191,251.8 -68,213.8 185,671.9 117,458.1 January -73,793.7 174,334.9 February -50,140.3 -55,083.3 119,251.6 169,391.9 199,743.0 -63,838.0 March -58,353.4 135,904.9 194,258.3 April 186,149.6 123,841.6 -67,611.8 -62,308.1 191,453.4 200,596.9 206,350.3 May -72,814.9 -78,568.3 127,782.0 198,447.4 -65,706.1 June -71,291.3 132,741.3 204,032.6 192,043.6 -75,539.2 -69,903.4 197,679.5 July 122,140.2 August 201,820.9 129,185.6 -78,355.7 -72,635.3 207,541.2 194,796.0 200,364.3 September -64,518.3 -70,086.5 130,277.8 210,731.9 -74,532.9 October -80,412.5 136,199.0 216,611.5 135,476.8 213,413.0 -77,936.2 -72,292.9 November 207,769.7 136,014.1 200,284.5 205,700.2 December -64,270.4 -69,686.1 2018 -871,427.7 2,401,105.0 Jan.- Nov. -806,083.6 1,529,677.3 2,335,760.9 203,592.8 -84,147.5 -78,374.2 209,366.1 January 125,218.6 February 187,540.3 128,057.3 -64,711.2 -59,482.9 192,768.5 208,133.4 213,836.4 March -58,969.1 -64,672.0 149,164.4 205,270.5 -67,623.0 April -73,363.3 137,647.5 211,010.9 144,592.8 222,738.6 -78,145.8 -72,009.1 May 216,602.0 145,133.6 212,775.3 218,582.7 June -67,641.7 -73,449.1 133,428.9 -89,559.9 -83,511.1 July 216,940.0 222,988.8 222,485.5 139,760.3 228,574.6 -88,814.2 -82,725.2 August September 217,992.7 -72,784.5 -78,730.5 139,262.2 212,046.8 146,983.2 236,403.8 243,153.9 October (R) -89,420.6 -96,170.7 140,428.4 213,970.6 220,091.9 -79,663.5 -73,542.3 November December – 46 –

47 FT-900 Supplement Exhibit 4. Exports, Imports, and Trade Balance of Goods by Country and Area, Not Seasonally Adjusted: 2018 In millions of dollars. Details may not equal totals due to rounding. The countries in this exhibit are ranked by annual totals. (X) Not applicable. (-) Represents zero or less than one-half unit of measurement shown. Exports Imports Balance (Customs imports) Customs basis C.I.F. basis Domestic & Foreign, F.A.S. basis Country Year-to-Date Rank November Year-to-Date Year-to-Date Rank November Year-to-Date Rank November Rank November (X) 220,091.9 (X) 2,335,760.9 213,970.6 (X) 1,529,677.3 140,428.4 (X) -806,083.6 -73,542.3 TOTAL 2,401,105.0 3.4 154 29.0 3.6 153 27.8 Afghanistan 75 1,173.2 91.0 212 1,145.4 87.5 A -6.7 91 6.4 55.4 165 lbania 5.7 62.1 137 6.0 64.2 137 0.7 A 4,330.4 283.8 52 4,183.0 274.5 76 1,101.5 155.8 31 -3,081.5 -118.8 lgeria 52 ndorra -1.7 12.0 2.1 169 11.9 2.1 169 209 2.8 0.4 88 -9.1 A A ngola -56.7 -2,200.8 37 39.4 489.3 100 96.1 2,690.1 61 96.9 2,760.5 61 186 146 A nguilla 11.4 102.0 163 12.3 106.9 0.9 4.9 185 0.9 5.0 102 ntigua and Barbuda 4.6 0.9 189 4.5 0.9 189 455.4 51.4 191 451.0 50.4 A 50 A rgentina 563.5 4,787.4 225 988.0 9,221.0 29 424.4 4,433.6 50 445.0 4,616.5 145 2.1 A rmenia -1.3 -7.6 90 43.0 174 3.3 50.6 145 3.4 52.6 153 30.3 1.3 152 29.8 1.2 90 548.2 46.4 197 518.4 45.2 ruba A 876.8 34 A 9,571.1 898.6 34 9,343.3 ustralia* 16 23,245.6 2,222.4 232 13,902.3 1,345.5 ustria -982.7 -9,157.2 20 265.2 3,164.9 A 1,247.9 12,322.1 27 1,276.3 12,616.3 27 49 88 zerbaijan 10.7 -202.1 66 11.2 296.9 115 0.4 499.0 88 0.5 A 509.5 103 Bahamas 243.7 2,413.3 221 280.2 2,740.0 52 36.6 326.7 103 39.3 341.5 64 Bahrain* 101.0 78 923.0 97.1 954.4 1,769.7 307.0 205 846.7 209.8 77 Bangladesh -137.3 -3,760.5 27 291.4 1,900.4 63 428.7 5,660.8 43 444.2 5,872.3 43 53.9 Barbados 56.1 463.0 192 62.0 515.1 94 5.9 52.0 141 6.1 142 101 36.0 101 365.8 34.1 141 122.9 8.5 62 -242.9 -25.7 Belarus 386.9 Belgium 24 1,695.5 24 16,027.1 1,636.3 16,676.1 14 28,900.3 2,450.7 231 12,873.2 814.4 169 61.7 372.1 106 3.6 223.4 148.6 110 3.8 225.8 111 58.1 Belize 233.1 158 1.6 158 18.2 126 18.5 17.3 174 214.8 15.7 Benin 1.6 Bermuda 29.1 538.7 198 30.4 556.1 89 1.3 17.4 160 1.3 18.0 160 212 Bhutan -0.1 54.9 149 0.2 55.7 164 0.3 0.8 212 0.3 0.8 40.8 3.6 457.6 41.4 93 449.8 93 96 510.2 44.4 154 60.4 Bolivia 126 Bosnia and Herzegovina 6.5 -47.0 77 11.9 45.0 171 5.4 92.0 126 5.6 95.4 94 78.7 Botswana -129.3 -362.9 58 7.4 154 136.7 441.6 94 137.2 449.1 17 29,806.4 2,442.3 17 28,720.3 2,339.1 9 36,267.0 2,977.0 229 7,546.6 637.9 Brazil 0.1 226 British Indian Ocean Territories 0.1 (-) 226 0.3 (-) 200 9.0 0.3 126 8.9 104.8 681.1 201 105.2 714.2 British Virgin Islands 0.3 33.1 150 0.3 33.4 151 83 Brunei 7.7 148.9 170 9.1 238.8 124 1.4 89.9 128 1.4 93.2 127 954.0 Bulgaria -53.8 -586.5 51 23.2 337.4 109 77.1 924.0 77 79.4 78 48.6 188 186 4.9 0.5 169 0.5 4.5 148 43.7 4.1 Burkina Faso 5.0 475.9 92 Burma -41.6 -223.9 64 23.0 237.3 125 64.6 461.2 92 65.9 12.9 2.1 166 12.7 2.1 193 14.5 1.4 115 1.8 -0.7 Burundi 168 195 3.5 0.9 194 3.4 0.9 201 8.3 1.4 119 4.9 0.5 Cabo Verde 273.5 56 3,674.7 283.8 57 3,538.5 Cambodia 105 404.3 43.5 30 -3,134.2 -230.0 80 9.0 170.8 137 7.5 212.4 111 7.9 221.6 112 1.5 Cameroon -41.6 1 301,424.4 26,155.0 3 294,734.1 25,537.0 3 276,431.5 24,867.0 10 -18,302.6 -670.0 Canada** 847.1 206 138.2 877.8 81 3.4 30.6 151 3.5 31.2 152 Cayman Islands 134.9 (-) 19.9 140 0.5 22.5 Central African Republic 0.6 2.7 197 0.6 2.8 199 184 90 Chad 3.7 -428.4 55 4.2 48.8 168 0.5 477.1 90 0.6 492.5 20 Chile* 761.5 31 10,602.2 716.0 11,361.6 14,094.0 1,553.0 224 3,491.8 837.1 32 China -37,860.8 -382,331.5 1 8,664.9 111,158.4 3 46,525.7 493,489.9 1 48,645.4 514,618.7 1 0.8 Christmas Island 0.1 (-) 101 0.1 0.8 221 (-) 0.8 211 (-) 211 200 0.2 199 2.6 0.2 226 0.3 (-) 96 -2.2 -0.2 Cocos (Keeling) Islands 2.7 12,547.7 26 Colombia* 13,025.5 1,056.5 26 400.6 1,015.7 21 13,684.7 1,416.3 211 1,137.0 (-) -0.3 100 0.2 2.7 Comoros 0.1 3.0 196 0.1 3.0 198 210 Congo (Brazzaville) -10.7 -329.1 59 8.4 94.8 151 19.1 424.0 96 19.8 436.4 97 49.4 Congo (Kinshasa) 4.5 18.8 138 6.0 67.5 158 1.4 48.8 146 1.4 147 6.8 208 208 1.2 (-) 204 (-) 0.5 120 5.6 0.5 Cook Islands 1.2 4,733.7 47 Costa Rica** 233.3 1,343.8 215 635.1 5,830.6 38 401.8 4,486.8 49 421.9 1,184.4 52.3 76 1,143.1 50.7 116 291.4 13.5 45 -851.7 -37.2 Cote d'Ivoire 76 96 437.6 40.7 97 423.6 39.6 91 534.1 82.6 164 110.5 43.0 Croatia 0.1 209 0.9 0.1 209 0.9 16.7 Cuba 123 257.2 16.8 181 256.3 14.2 714.8 202 22.5 812.5 Curacao 8.3 97.7 123 8.5 99.7 123 82 135 Cyprus 6.3 59.0 153 11.1 124.2 140 4.8 65.3 135 4.9 67.6 48 2,819.6 Czech Republic -190.3 -1,761.1 40 217.0 51 407.3 4,580.7 48 420.6 4,731.2 773.2 35 8,199.8 785.4 35 8,050.1 Denmark 58 2,277.3 172.3 24 -5,772.7 -600.9 Djibouti 2.9 57.5 151 5.9 98.3 150 3.0 40.8 148 3.1 41.1 148 1.3 206 Dominica 22.9 498.6 195 23.0 499.9 98 0.1 1.3 206 0.1 5,040.7 431.8 45 4,912.0 420.3 33 7,801.3 707.4 223 2,889.3 287.1 Dominican Republic** 45 670.9 41 6,418.9 703.2 41 6,110.3 Ecuador 39 5,337.4 504.0 46 -772.9 -166.8 Egypt 238.2 2,400.4 220 379.7 4,625.6 45 141.5 2,225.3 65 148.5 2,317.3 65 2,370.3 64 El Salvador** 120.0 739.8 203 303.5 3,043.7 50 183.5 2,303.9 64 188.5 147 508.6 0.1 89 487.1 0.1 89 104.1 28.1 57 -382.9 27.9 Equatorial Guinea 0.3 220 Eritrea 0.2 7.4 121 0.2 7.6 203 (-) 0.2 220 (-) – 47 –

48 FT-900 Supplement Exhibit 4. Exports, Imports, and Trade Balance of Goods by Country and Area, Not Seasonally Adjusted: 2018 In millions of dollars. Details may not equal totals due to rounding. The countries in this exhibit are ranked by annual totals. (X) Not applicable. (-) Represents zero or less than one-half unit of measurement shown. Imports Balance Exports Customs basis (Customs imports) C.I.F. basis Domestic & Foreign, F.A.S. basis Country Year-to-Date Rank Year-to-Date November November Year-to-Date Rank November Rank November Rank Year-to-Date 35.8 879.0 113 124.7 855.8 80 128.3 52 80 Estonia -88.8 -548.8 307.0 3.3 136 181 3.2 12.6 167 30.9 13.0 167 18.3 -1.0 Eswatini 2.2 200 227.6 1,064.2 77 31.5 411.9 98 Ethiopia 424.5 98 196.1 652.4 32.6 -12.9 (-) 0.2 229 (-) 13.1 164 (-) 13.2 165 Falkland Islands (Islas Malvinas) (-) 85 74 121 2.2 211 10.7 99.6 -97.3 13.8 126.0 117 Faroe Islands -10.4 0.4 112 -147.5 54.4 166 25.4 201.9 4.4 31.2 253.0 109 -20.9 Fiji 71 -4,913.1 25 137.6 1,760.4 65 Finland 6,673.4 39 581.2 6,856.0 39 -428.3 565.9 -1,522.7 14 3,093.4 33,388.6 11 4,616.1 48,090.9 11 4,711.0 49,071.5 11 France -14,702.3 222.6 176 227.0 127 (-) 4.4 191 (-) 4.4 191 French Guiana 15.1 15.1 149 237.7 271.5 121 3.2 33.8 12.5 3.6 37.5 149 9.3 French Polynesia 178 0.7 110 0.1 0.8 222 (-) (-) 229 (-) (-) 229 French Southern and Antarctic Lands 0.1 -6.5 -188.7 6.7 99.3 149 13.2 288.0 107 13.9 298.6 107 Gabon 67 35.6 0.5 3.7 36.1 177 0.1 3.6 217 0.1 0.5 217 Gambia 144 0.1 (-) (-) 0.4 225 (-) 108 225 (-) 0.1 225 Gaza Strip Administered by Israel 0.3 6.1 246.3 179 Georgia 433.9 104 39.7 187.6 113 41.1 195.9 113 45.8 y -62,304.0 3 5,001.8 53,314.3 6 -5,812.4 115,618.4 5 11,020.3 117,921.9 5 10,814.2 German 85.1 142.5 99.1 705.8 84 13.9 563.3 86 15.0 594.0 86 Ghana 166 1,174.8 Gibraltar 1,175.3 74 (-) 0.5 218 (-) 0.5 218 214 139.7 139.7 68 -546.5 924.4 79 147.4 1,470.9 94.4 157.6 1,578.3 68 -53.0 Greece 53 -9.4 87 1.3 6.5 205 0.4 Greenland 161 0.4 16.1 162 0.9 15.9 8.8 161 9.7 108.6 144 1.0 14.3 163 1.2 16.3 161 Grenada 94.3 3.0 271.5 33.3 274.5 120 0.2 184 195 0.2 3.1 197 Guadeloupe 33.1 251.3 2,241.3 219 545.3 6,107.9 37 294.0 3,866.6 53 318.5 4,195.2 53 Guatemala* Guinea 9.1 165 9.7 119.2 142 0.6 5.3 183 0.8 6.2 182 113.8 (-) 18.4 (-) 18.6 187 (-) 0.2 223 (-) 0.2 223 Guinea-Bissau 137 243.9 55.5 72.2 502.9 97 16.7 182 109 17.5 251.5 110 Guyana 259.0 63.1 370.8 188 136.8 1,274.7 71 73.7 903.9 79 75.3 924.0 79 Haiti Heard and McDonald Islands (-) 102 (-) 0.1 232 (-) 0.1 227 (-) 0.1 227 (-) 124.6 384.5 204 509.1 5,173.9 41 Honduras** 4,333.0 51 402.2 4,552.0 51 840.9 384.4 Hong Kong 234 3,210.6 34,717.3 10 28,767.8 5,949.5 42 393.7 6,090.0 42 2,826.1 Hungary -261.7 -3,018.3 32 150.8 1,577.9 66 412.4 4,596.2 47 421.8 4,693.9 49 Iceland -21.0 177 21.5 626.8 87 42.5 391.2 99 45.1 419.1 99 235.6 -1,465.2 -20,656.7 2,644.3 29,795.7 13 4,109.5 50,452.4 9 4,267.4 52,386.6 9 India 9 -11,701.5 Indonesia 7,597.5 34 1,701.6 19,299.0 22 1,792.2 20,209.9 22 17 -1,064.0 637.6 134 367.5 435.3 103 0.3 67.8 25.9 0.3 70.6 134 25.6 Iran 187 -10,231.6 18 104.2 1,247.1 72 822.0 Iraq 29 838.1 11,721.9 30 -717.8 11,478.7 -3,958.8 5 874.7 9,960.2 27 4,833.5 52,891.3 8 4,854.3 53,094.6 8 Ireland -42,931.1 20,122.9 -7,646.8 1,149.3 12,476.2 23 1,845.7 21 21 1,878.5 20,492.4 21 Israel* -696.4 -2,795.8 -28,457.8 7 1,637.8 21,332.8 17 4,433.6 49,790.6 10 4,556.5 51,169.0 10 Italy Jamaica 273.3 218 318.6 2,504.2 56 45.2 350.4 102 46.1 363.6 102 2,153.8 -5,789.7 -61,979.3 6,865.4 68,248.7 4 12,655.0 130,228.1 4 12,970.8 133,402.5 4 Japan 4 1,685.0 17.2 140.2 1,507.2 67 123.0 69 67 125.8 1,724.9 67 Jordan* -177.8 -36.4 -677.1 49 49.1 665.4 85 85.5 1,342.5 71 90.3 1,388.4 71 Kazakhstan Kenya -29.1 61 24.5 334.8 110 53.5 604.1 85 54.9 619.8 85 -269.3 0.2 0.3 116 0.5 4.4 206 Kiribati 2.6 200 0.4 3.1 196 1.8 (-) Korea, North 103 (-) (-) 234 (-) (-) (X) (-) (-) (X) (-) Korea, South* -2,021.7 -17,089.2 12 4,355.9 50,738.6 7 6,377.6 67,827.8 6 6,547.0 69,602.2 6 Kosovo 0.9 133 1.2 17.7 189 0.3 2.2 201 0.3 2.3 201 15.5 28.1 594.9 223.2 2,634.2 54 195.1 2,039.4 66 197.5 2,076.5 66 Kuwait 199 7.0 0.3 1.2 15.1 192 0.9 124 178 1.0 7.4 178 Kyrgyzstan 8.1 -14.4 -113.8 73 0.5 13.0 195 14.8 126.8 116 15.2 130.8 116 Laos Latvia -11.7 65 58.7 485.2 101 70.4 689.9 83 71.8 706.9 83 -204.8 130.4 11.4 210 141.9 1,216.9 73 Lebanon 99.3 122 11.7 102.2 122 1,117.6 43.3 Lesotho 56 0.1 2.2 212 -383.6 385.8 100 44.4 393.5 100 -43.3 Liberia 11.9 145.6 167 15.9 205.1 130 4.0 59.6 139 4.3 63.2 138 Libya -65.1 44 16.7 218.9 128 81.8 1,225.8 74 84.4 1,263.3 74 -1,006.9 -20.4 21.7 63 1.2 47.9 170 Liechtenstein 280.8 108 21.9 284.6 108 -232.9 94.7 Lithuania 50 60.0 649.9 86 -600.1 1,250.0 72 98.9 1,298.9 73 -34.7 Luxembourg 48.0 399.2 189 92.4 902.8 80 44.4 503.6 87 45.9 522.0 87 9.2 Macau 190 68.7 529.8 92 433.1 96.8 124 9.3 98.9 124 59.6 Macedonia -33.6 -281.0 60 4.7 35.6 178 38.3 316.6 104 39.4 324.1 104 60.3 Madagascar -697.8 48 2.4 109.0 143 -57.9 806.8 81 61.5 820.1 81 – 48 –

49 FT-900 Supplement Exhibit 4. Exports, Imports, and Trade Balance of Goods by Country and Area, Not Seasonally Adjusted: 2018 In millions of dollars. Details may not equal totals due to rounding. The countries in this exhibit are ranked by annual totals. (X) Not applicable. (-) Represents zero or less than one-half unit of measurement shown. Imports Balance Exports Customs basis (Customs imports) C.I.F. basis Domestic & Foreign, F.A.S. basis Country Year-to-Date Rank Year-to-Date November November Year-to-Date Rank November Rank November Rank Year-to-Date 0.6 53.4 190 7.7 51.8 142 7.8 83 143 Malawi -7.0 -35.6 16.2 3,360.1 8 25 3,285.3 35,960.7 15 11,836.8 36,670.9 15 -24,123.9 -2,187.8 Malaysia 1,097.5 130 3.8 35.4 179 3.6 23.9 155 Maldives 33.8 150 0.2 11.5 5.1 71.2 5.5 74.8 156 0.1 3.6 193 0.1 3.7 193 Mali 5.4 157 132 114 194.3 133 25.3 179.8 14.5 25.7 183.4 114 Malta -15.8 9.5 157 255.4 275.0 119 1.2 19.6 18.6 1.3 21.8 157 17.4 Marshall Islands 180 202.3 173 24.5 211.4 129 Martinique 9.1 176 0.3 9.3 176 24.2 0.2 3.7 158 3.9 82.7 152 0.3 10.7 172 0.3 11.3 172 Mauritania 72.0 -188.3 68 101.8 148 30.3 290.1 106 31.3 300.1 106 Mauritius -26.8 3.5 222 0.6 0.9 220 (-) 0.2 0.1 (-) 0.2 222 0.1 Mayotte 109 -73,809.5 2 22,991.0 245,571.4 2 29,647.8 319,380.8 2 29,899.5 322,242.6 2 Mexico** -6,656.8 4.1 41.8 4.1 42.4 175 (-) 0.6 216 (-) 0.7 215 Micronesia 146 -39.4 51.7 1.2 12.3 196 3.6 -2.3 143 3.8 54.8 141 Moldova 81 88.8 -34.1 4.1 175.5 135 38.2 160 129 38.5 90.4 129 Monaco 86.7 9.8 99.0 162 10.6 108.2 145 0.8 9.2 175 0.9 Mongolia 174 9.7 Montenegro 58.2 152 2.6 62.6 161 0.3 4.5 190 0.3 4.6 190 2.3 1.7 14.5 1.8 15.8 191 (-) 1.3 204 (-) 1.5 204 Montserrat 131 1,165.7 213 2,564.4 55 85.6 1,398.6 70 88.8 1,456.7 70 Morocco* 49.1 134.7 120 56.8 162.7 138 6.8 105.9 30.7 6.9 108.2 121 24.0 Mozambique 150 83.4 159 4.5 195.0 131 7.3 111.6 119 7.3 112.1 120 Namibia -2.8 -0.3 -1.3 0.1 0.7 223 0.5 2.0 202 0.5 2.0 202 Nauru 97 -42.3 92.4 3.0 50.1 167 5.4 -2.4 125 5.8 98.4 125 Nepal 79 22,125.9 1,790.8 4,412.3 45,167.4 8 2,621.4 233 19 2,667.3 22,841.2 19 Netherlands 23,041.5 2.0 8.9 127 2.7 60.3 162 0.7 New Caledonia 144 0.8 53.1 144 51.3 New Zealand -92.4 75 328.7 3,773.4 48 311.9 3,865.9 54 324.0 4,031.5 54 16.7 -125.1 -1,810.2 150.6 1,494.0 68 275.6 3,304.2 59 283.5 3,396.5 60 Nicaragua** 39 25.1 1.0 2.3 58.6 163 1.2 143 154 1.2 25.2 155 Niger 33.5 -138.2 -2,739.0 33 259.0 2,459.0 57 397.2 5,197.9 44 405.6 5,335.9 44 Nigeria Niue (-) 111 (-) 1.2 218 (-) 0.3 219 (-) 0.3 219 0.9 (-) 0.7 99 (-) 0.2 228 (-) Norfolk Island 213 (-) 0.7 213 -0.5 688.0 y -1,113.7 43 482.0 5,120.4 42 -206.0 6,234.1 40 719.5 6,518.5 40 Norwa Oman* 10.4 965.1 209 110.2 2,154.9 60 99.8 1,189.8 75 105.8 1,251.9 75 Pakistan -88.6 47 232.2 2,660.4 53 320.8 3,421.4 58 338.9 3,594.5 57 -761.0 1.8 17.2 1.8 18.5 188 (-) 1.3 205 0.1 1.4 205 Palau 134 5,868.5 228 6,301.1 35 35.2 432.6 95 36.6 448.9 95 Panama* 625.7 660.9 131 -16.0 65.1 159 14.4 81.1 6.5 14.7 83.6 131 -8.0 Papua New Guinea 84 2,027.4 217 188.6 2,146.2 61 13.9 118.9 118 15.0 125.3 118 Paraguay 174.6 152.8 1,699.8 826.4 8,886.5 30 673.6 7,186.7 38 705.0 7,532.0 38 Peru* 216 -3,456.3 11,432.3 762.1 7,975.9 32 1,131.9 -369.9 30 1,160.8 11,747.2 29 Philippines 28 (-) 0.1 0.1 0.1 233 (-) 105 231 (-) (-) 231 Pitcairn Islands 0.1 -330.2 -2,500.4 34 357.8 4,931.2 44 Poland 7,431.6 37 709.0 7,662.6 37 687.9 Portugal -2,328.7 36 160.0 1,300.7 70 257.0 3,629.4 55 267.7 3,763.5 55 -97.0 359.8 2,700.2 448.6 4,157.6 46 88.8 1,457.3 69 92.0 1,501.4 69 Qatar 222 10.7 0.6 1.2 8.2 202 0.6 94 171 0.6 10.9 173 Reunion -2.6 -58.3 -1,402.0 41 150.1 998.2 78 208.4 2,400.2 63 215.9 2,481.9 63 Romania Russia -1,069.4 16 523.9 6,185.6 36 1,593.3 19,188.3 23 1,649.3 19,855.8 23 -13,002.7 -9.4 10.1 82 0.8 24.3 182 Rwanda 60.2 138 10.3 61.1 139 -35.9 0.5 Samoa 142 6.1 36.7 176 30.5 6.2 180 0.6 6.7 181 5.6 San Marino -0.9 -9.0 89 (-) 1.6 215 0.9 10.6 173 0.9 11.4 171 Sao Tome and Principe 0.4 114 0.4 1.9 214 (-) 0.6 215 (-) 0.7 216 1.2 -1,334.9 -9,524.2 1,039.6 12,503.9 22 2,374.5 22,028.1 20 2,431.1 22,525.3 20 Saudi Arabia 19 162.1 119.4 39.3 281.5 118 8.8 30.5 117 9.1 123.9 119 Senegal 171 294.8 -7.8 17.7 153.4 139 25.5 72 105 26.6 309.6 105 Serbia -141.4 0.1 7.4 122 0.9 13.5 194 Seychelles 6.1 181 1.0 7.0 179 0.8 Sierra Leone 10.7 128 8.3 65.0 160 2.7 54.4 140 2.7 54.9 140 5.6 749.5 1,996.3 226 2,745.8 30,434.4 12 Singapore* 25,282.9 18 2,021.3 25,529.8 18 5,151.5 11.2 Sint Maarten 196 110.9 589.7 88 507.8 81.9 130 11.2 82.1 132 99.7 Slovakia -399.0 -3,272.8 29 23.1 267.4 122 422.1 3,540.2 56 426.5 3,582.0 58 Slovenia -42.8 54 19.3 304.0 114 62.0 776.3 82 64.4 803.7 82 -472.3 0.3 0.3 123 0.7 11.3 197 Solomon Islands 3.7 192 0.4 3.9 192 7.6 (-) Somalia 147 1.7 44.5 173 43.3 1.2 207 (-) 1.2 207 1.6 South Africa -333.4 -2,415.6 35 325.4 5,061.1 43 658.7 7,476.7 36 670.0 7,663.1 36 (-) South Sudan 141 1.5 23.2 183 23.2 (-) 233 (-) (-) 233 1.5 Spain -155.5 -4,000.3 26 1,034.8 12,008.4 24 1,190.3 16,008.7 25 1,236.8 16,558.6 25 209.4 Sri Lanka -2,115.3 38 23.2 346.2 108 -186.3 2,461.5 62 218.3 2,576.4 62 – 49 –

50 FT-900 Supplement Exhibit 4. Exports, Imports, and Trade Balance of Goods by Country and Area, Not Seasonally Adjusted: 2018 In millions of dollars. Details may not equal totals due to rounding. The countries in this exhibit are ranked by annual totals. (X) Not applicable. (-) Represents zero or less than one-half unit of measurement shown. Imports Balance Exports Customs basis C.I.F. basis (Customs imports) Domestic & Foreign, F.A.S. basis Country Year-to-Date Rank Year-to-Date November November Year-to-Date Rank November Rank November Rank Year-to-Date 1.1 (-) 224 1.1 12.9 165 86 13.1 166 -12.3 -1.1 St Helena 0.6 168 St Kitts and Nevis 194.4 132 5.1 48.3 147 5.3 50.0 146 13.9 146.1 18.9 491.9 44.8 514.7 95 2.5 22.7 194 2.5 23.3 156 42.3 St Lucia 156 0.1 106 (-) 0.1 231 (-) (-) 232 (-) (-) 232 St Pierre and Miquelon (-) 69.2 5.7 6.2 73.9 157 0.5 4.7 187 0.5 5.0 187 St Vincent and the Grenadines 156 162 61.2 75.8 155 0.8 14.6 7.2 0.8 15.4 163 6.4 Sudan 155 284.0 185 29.8 364.1 107 6.7 80.0 132 7.1 85.4 130 Suriname 23.1 (-) 3.3 (-) 3.5 207 (-) 0.2 221 (-) 0.2 221 Svalbard, Jan Mayen Island 117 10,450.8 -530.0 377.5 3,985.5 47 907.5 23 32 996.3 11,629.3 31 Sweden -6,465.3 -2,304.0 -16,736.3 13 Switzerland 20,981.0 18 3,609.7 37,717.3 14 3,635.5 37,987.7 14 1,305.6 Syria 39.8 145 0.2 44.9 172 0.3 5.2 184 0.3 5.4 184 -0.1 -1,651.1 -14,347.9 2,510.4 27,236.6 15 4,161.5 41,584.4 13 4,291.9 42,960.9 13 Taiwan 15 214 8.7 9.4 199 (-) 0.7 1.2 (-) 0.7 214 1.2 125 Tajikistan 222.2 175 8.9 312.4 112 8.6 Tanzania 127 8.8 92.6 128 0.4 90.2 -1,559.5 11 1,057.9 11,522.3 26 2,617.4 -17,767.9 16 2,716.6 30,347.6 16 Thailand 29,290.2 -1.6 -4.3 93 0.2 1.3 216 Timor-Leste 5.6 182 1.8 5.8 183 1.8 Togo 485.0 193 56.7 497.5 99 1.3 12.5 168 1.3 13.2 164 55.4 9.2 (-) 1.0 2.9 208 1.0 92 174 1.0 9.4 175 Tokelau -6.3 2.5 19.3 139 2.9 21.9 186 Tonga 2.7 198 0.5 3.6 194 0.3 Trinidad and Tobago -1,310.0 42 200.9 1,936.8 62 -22.7 3,246.8 60 235.6 3,429.7 59 223.6 Tunisia 27.4 -82.5 76 61.5 528.8 93 34.1 611.3 84 35.3 629.2 84 Turkey 171.0 70 1,010.6 9,289.6 28 839.6 9,444.4 33 888.2 9,963.1 33 -154.8 3.2 11.0 3.5 22.1 185 0.2 11.0 170 0.3 11.5 170 Turkmenistan 129 177 320.5 329.5 111 1.1 9.0 31.4 1.1 9.3 177 30.3 186 Turks and Caicos Islands 1.1 113 0.1 1.3 217 (-) Tuvalu 224 (-) 0.1 224 0.1 0.1 -0.7 135 5.6 80.0 153 6.3 17.4 136 6.5 65.0 136 Uganda 62.6 115.8 960.8 208 231.0 2,205.1 59 115.2 1,244.2 73 121.6 1,310.5 72 Ukraine United Arab Emirates 1,732.3 230 2,186.8 17,274.1 19 454.5 4,613.2 46 479.4 4,820.6 46 12,660.8 55,484.3 605.0 5,937.2 60,694.6 5 5,332.2 227 7 5,424.5 56,461.5 7 United Kingdom 5,210.3 163.0 853.0 207 200.4 1,321.2 69 37.4 468.2 91 39.4 491.2 91 Uruguay Uzbekistan 21.1 183 21.8 289.0 117 0.7 17.6 159 0.8 18.2 159 271.4 0.2 Vanuatu 118 0.3 10.2 198 3.9 6.4 179 0.2 6.7 180 0.1 Vatican City -0.2 -0.7 98 (-) 0.2 230 0.2 0.9 210 0.2 0.9 210 Venezuela -334.1 22 775.2 5,315.5 40 1,109.3 12,121.8 28 1,146.7 12,424.7 28 -6,806.3 45,424.5 -3,213.6 849.1 8,876.8 31 4,062.8 6 12 4,253.9 47,352.1 12 Vietnam -36,547.8 (-) 0.9 112 (-) 1.0 219 (-) (-) 230 (-) (-) 230 Wallis and Futuna West Bank Administered by Israel -0.2 95 0.1 2.1 213 0.3 4.5 188 0.4 5.0 185 -2.4 (-) Western Sahara 107 (-) 0.3 227 0.2 0.1 228 (-) 0.1 228 (-) Yemen 3.4 177.0 172 3.4 179.0 134 (-) 1.9 203 (-) 2.0 203 Zambia 61.5 104 72.9 174.7 136 11.4 174.7 115 11.5 176.0 115 (-) 14.3 Zimbabwe 78 2.7 32.1 180 -42.3 74.4 133 14.7 77.9 133 -11.6 Unidentified (1) (-) (-) (X) (-) (-) (X) (-) (-) (X) (-) (-) (X) (-) Timing adjustment -113.1 (X) (-) 37.1 (X) (-) 150.2 (X) (-) 149.1 (X) – 50 –

51 FT-900 Supplement Exhibit 4. Exports, Imports, and Trade Balance of Goods by Country and Area, Not Seasonally Adjusted: 2018 In millions of dollars. Details may not equal totals due to rounding. The countries in this exhibit are ranked by annual totals. (X) Not applicable. (-) Represents zero or less than one-half unit of measurement shown. Imports Balance Exports Customs basis C.I.F. basis (Customs imports) Domestic & Foreign, F.A.S. basis Country November Year-to-Date Rank Year-to-Date Rank November Year-to-Date Rank November November Rank Year-to-Date -9,356.8 (X) 2,131.3 23,403.6 (X) 2,338.5 32,760.4 (X) 2,396.1 33,746.5 (X) Africa -207.2 -621,406.4 -58,186.7 86,085.0 948,835.2 (X) 144,271.7 1,570,241.6 (X) 148,562.8 1,614,727.8 (X) APEC (X) 170,906.0 -7,923.6 7,226.0 79,137.1 (X) 15,149.6 (X) (X) 15,671.3 176,232.1 (X) ASEAN -91,768.9 -1,792.2 -26,190.3 (X) 3,285.1 35,926.1 (X) 5,077.3 62,116.4 (X) Asia - South 64,557.3 (X) 5,278.3 Asia Near East -8,112.9 (X) 5,880.4 57,603.5 (X) 6,112.7 65,716.4 (X) 6,261.9 67,254.6 (X) -232.4 23,206.5 891.2 2,851.0 29,451.5 (X) 1,959.8 (X) (X) 2,046.4 24,288.3 (X) CAFTA-DR 6,244.9 604.1 3,355.7 (X) 2,143.6 21,650.2 (X) 1,539.5 18,294.5 (X) 1,614.6 19,247.7 (X) Central American Common Market Euro Area -13,739.4 (X) 19,472.5 214,457.3 (X) 33,211.9 352,509.6 (X) 33,890.8 360,190.6 (X) -138,052.3 49,263.9 Europe (X) 30,851.5 340,710.4 (X) -184,159.2 524,869.5 (X) 50,376.3 537,449.1 (X) -18,412.4 European Union -15,116.6 -154,237.8 (X) 26,941.0 292,613.3 (X) 42,057.6 446,851.1 (X) 42,984.4 457,442.4 (X) LAFTA -4,224.6 (X) 32,464.3 342,355.0 (X) 36,688.9 402,140.3 (X) 37,255.5 408,502.2 (X) -59,785.2 674,648.6 -9,976.5 51,563.8 564,358.0 (X) 61,540.3 (X) (X) 63,012.9 690,882.8 (X) NATO Allies -110,290.6 -7,326.9 -92,112.1 (X) 47,858.0 522,002.9 (X) 55,184.8 614,115.0 (X) 56,054.5 623,667.1 (X) North America OECD -30,986.8 (X) 93,698.2 1,019,887.1 (X) 124,685.0 1,350,810.4 (X) 127,170.3 1,378,328.9 (X) -330,923.3 6,597.3 OPEC (X) 5,821.4 53,472.0 (X) -20,940.4 74,412.5 (X) 6,792.8 76,493.5 (X) -775.9 Pacific Rim Countries -45,947.6 -466,734.5 (X) 33,485.4 377,797.0 (X) 79,433.0 844,531.5 (X) 82,431.2 874,710.4 (X) South/Central America 5,403.8 (X) 14,890.1 150,114.0 (X) 9,486.3 112,257.7 (X) 9,908.8 117,114.5 (X) 37,856.2 434,164.4 -2,627.8 (X) 36,129.8 Twenty Latin American Republics (X) 38,757.6 426,684.2 (X) 39,413.8 -47,044.7 (X) 379,639.6 * Countries denoted by asterisks represent countries with Free Trade Agreements with the United States. ** Countries denoted by double asterisks represent countries included within Free Trade Agreements with the United States. Africa - Algeria, Angola, Benin, Botswana, British Indian Ocean Territories, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cameroon, Cabo Verde, Central African Republic, Chad, Comoros, Congo (Brazzaville), Congo (Kinshasa), Cote d'Ivoire, Djibouti, Egypt, Equatorial Guinea, Eritrea, Eswatini, Ethiopia, French Southern and Antarctic Lands, Gabon, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Kenya, Lesotho, Liberia, Libya, Madagascar, Malawi, Mali, Mauritania, Mauritius, Mayotte, Morocco, Mozambique, Namibia, Niger, Nigeria, Reunion, Rwanda, Sao Tome and Principe, Senegal, Seychelles, Sierra Leone, Somalia, South Africa, South Sudan, St. Helena, Sudan, Tanzania, Togo, Tunisia, Uganda, Western Sahara, Zambia, Zimbabwe. APEC (Asia - Pacific Economic Cooperation) - Australia, Brunei, Canada, Chile, China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Korea (South), Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Peru, Philippines, Russia, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam. ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) - Brunei, Burma, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam. Asia - South - Afghanistan, Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka. Asia Near East - Bahrain, Gaza Strip Administered by Israel, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Syria, United Arab Emirates, West Bank Administered by Israel, Yemen. CAFTA-DR (Dominican Republic-Central America-United States Free Trade Agreement) - Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua. Central American Common Market - Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua. Euro Area - Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain. Europe - Albania, Andorra, Armenia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Belgium, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Faroe Islands, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Gibraltar, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Kazakhstan, Kosovo, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macedonia, Malta, Moldova, Monaco, Montenegro, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, San Marino, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Svalbard, Jan Mayen Island, Sweden, Switzerland, Tajikistan, Turkey, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, United Kingdom, Uzbekistan, Vatican City. European Union - Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom. LAFTA (Latin American Free Trade Area) - Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay, Venezuela. NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) Allies - Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Turkey, United Kingdom. North America - Canada, Mexico. OECD (Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development) - Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Chile, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Korea (South), Luxembourg, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, United Kingdom. OPEC (Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries) - Algeria, Angola, Congo (Brazzaville), Ecuador, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Libya, Nigeria, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Venezuela. Pacific Rim Countries - Australia, Brunei, China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Korea (South), Macau, Malaysia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan. South/Central America - Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda, Argentina, Aruba, Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Bermuda, Bolivia, Brazil, British Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Curacao, Dominica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Falkland Islands (Islas Malvinas), French Guiana, Grenada, Guadeloupe, Guatemala, Guyana, Haiti, Honduras, Jamaica, Martinique, Montserrat, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, St. Kitts and Nevis, Sint Maarten, St. Lucia, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Suriname, Trinidad and Tobago, Turks and Caicos Islands, Uruguay, Venezuela. Twenty Latin American Republics - Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay, Venezuela. (1) The export totals reflect shipments of certain grains, oilseeds, and satellites that are not included in the country/area totals. NOTE: Area data reflect the composition of the areas as of the most recent statistical period. – 51 –

52 FT-900 Supplement Exhibit 4a. Exports, Imports, and Trade Balance of Goods by Country and Area, Not Seasonally Adjusted: 2017 In millions of dollars. Details may not equal totals due to rounding. The countries in this exhibit are ranked by annual totals. (X) Not applicable. (-) Represents zero or less than one-half unit of measurement shown. Exports Imports Balance (Customs imports) Customs basis C.I.F. basis Domestic & Foreign, F.A.S. basis Country Year-to-Date Rank November Year-to-Date Year-to-Date Rank November Year-to-Date Rank November Rank November (X) 213,413.0 (X) 2,141,678.2 207,769.7 (X) 1,410,258.9 135,476.8 (X) -731,419.3 -72,292.9 TOTAL 2,202,775.5 0.8 167 12.3 0.9 165 12.1 Afghanistan 77 906.5 81.7 210 894.5 80.9 A 14.4 135 4.6 51.1 165 lbania 3.1 36.7 146 3.3 38.3 147 1.5 A 3,672.7 194.8 54 3,504.6 187.8 75 969.1 61.1 30 -2,535.5 -126.7 lgeria 54 ndorra -2.2 11.4 2.4 168 11.3 2.4 170 207 3.1 0.2 84 -8.2 A A ngola -86.4 -1,545.0 40 24.6 770.8 84 111.0 2,315.8 63 114.7 2,390.7 63 192 166 A nguilla 8.6 46.7 153 9.0 50.9 0.4 4.2 191 0.4 4.3 100 ntigua and Barbuda 11.5 0.2 169 11.2 0.2 169 375.9 59.7 190 364.7 59.4 A 46 A rgentina 272.4 4,375.7 226 737.2 8,780.3 28 464.8 4,404.6 46 486.4 4,605.5 136 4.7 A rmenia 0.6 -10.2 82 49.3 167 4.1 59.5 136 4.2 62.2 153 31.0 1.5 153 30.3 1.5 76 912.7 71.1 209 882.4 69.6 ruba A 755.2 33 A 9,422.7 774.0 33 9,193.7 ustralia* 16 22,278.5 1,916.9 230 13,084.9 1,161.7 ustria -851.3 -6,721.8 21 242.0 3,926.8 A 1,093.2 10,648.7 29 1,116.9 10,899.2 29 45 108 zerbaijan 7.3 125.4 174 12.7 335.8 106 5.4 210.4 107 5.6 A 214.6 89 Bahamas 192.0 2,278.2 220 238.0 2,755.1 51 46.0 476.9 89 47.3 487.8 81 Bahrain* 93.3 76 919.8 89.9 953.7 832.8 95.8 70 -87.0 5.9 76 Bangladesh -365.8 -3,923.8 27 63.0 1,384.2 68 428.8 5,308.0 43 444.6 5,497.4 43 46.8 Barbados 46.9 438.4 197 50.6 483.7 94 3.7 45.3 142 3.8 142 104 21.5 105 256.6 20.2 158 65.1 7.8 62 -191.5 -12.3 Belarus 272.6 Belgium 25 1,301.0 25 13,720.0 1,264.7 14,118.5 12 27,562.8 2,392.7 231 13,842.7 1,127.9 175 28.9 271.6 115 3.9 137.2 134.4 112 4.1 139.9 113 25.0 Belize 234.0 157 2.2 157 15.7 119 16.0 20.5 184 218.2 18.3 Benin 2.2 Bermuda 54.1 629.6 205 55.9 661.1 85 1.8 31.4 152 1.8 32.5 151 207 Bhutan 0.2 33.3 149 0.3 34.4 176 (-) 1.1 207 (-) 1.2 36.2 14.5 536.0 36.8 86 529.7 87 88 543.1 50.6 134 13.4 Bolivia 129 Bosnia and Herzegovina -7.0 -50.1 73 2.7 25.4 181 9.7 75.5 129 10.1 78.5 83 86.6 Botswana -111.7 -528.1 49 5.7 146 117.3 614.7 82 118.7 626.6 17 28,129.8 2,899.6 17 27,111.9 2,793.7 10 33,816.4 3,137.7 228 6,704.5 344.1 Brazil 8.5 174 British Indian Ocean Territories 8.5 (-) 174 0.5 (-) 174 35.8 0.5 143 27.4 27.2 331.4 189 27.4 337.7 British Virgin Islands 0.2 6.3 179 0.3 6.5 179 105 Brunei 3.8 87.1 166 5.7 109.1 139 1.9 22.0 154 1.9 22.6 155 630.8 Bulgaria -41.0 -283.6 54 22.8 323.0 110 63.7 606.6 83 65.9 82 52.2 190 189 4.6 0.2 164 0.2 4.0 155 47.6 3.8 Burkina Faso 4.7 349.1 97 Burma -18.9 -142.6 66 16.2 194.5 122 35.1 337.1 97 36.3 7.8 1.3 175 7.7 1.3 202 5.9 (-) 94 -1.8 -1.3 Burundi 175 195 3.3 0.4 196 3.2 0.4 198 8.1 0.4 123 4.9 (-) Cabo Verde 243.3 59 2,929.0 252.4 59 2,827.9 Cambodia 101 361.6 37.7 31 -2,466.2 -205.5 138 10.2 129.1 131 7.0 110.6 120 7.5 117.5 121 3.2 Cameroon 18.5 1 280,592.6 26,762.4 3 274,064.4 26,163.1 3 259,017.9 25,103.8 13 -15,046.5 -1,059.3 Canada** 776.3 207 73.9 828.5 82 28.5 52.2 140 28.5 52.8 140 Cayman Islands 45.4 (-) 7.4 128 0.4 9.3 Central African Republic 0.4 1.9 202 0.4 2.0 202 192 88 Chad -150.4 -465.5 50 13.4 29.5 179 163.8 495.0 88 168.4 511.9 21 Chile* 803.7 31 9,736.9 760.3 10,422.6 12,428.8 1,371.9 223 2,691.9 611.5 30 China -35,362.8 -344,755.4 1 12,765.0 116,248.8 3 48,127.8 461,004.3 1 49,946.3 479,884.7 1 1.0 Christmas Island 0.2 -0.5 98 0.2 0.5 222 (-) 1.0 208 (-) 209 205 0.1 205 1.2 0.1 225 0.4 (-) 97 -0.8 -0.1 Cocos (Keeling) Islands 1.3 12,443.3 26 Colombia* 12,976.9 1,270.5 26 -55.9 1,221.7 22 12,297.1 1,165.8 64 -146.2 0.2 -3.6 88 0.2 1.3 Comoros (-) 4.9 186 (-) 4.9 188 216 Congo (Brazzaville) -24.1 -4.2 86 6.7 111.7 136 30.8 116.0 117 32.2 121.3 117 84.4 Congo (Kinshasa) 5.7 -10.6 81 11.8 72.4 154 6.1 83.1 128 6.2 128 4.8 194 192 3.4 0.3 204 0.3 0.5 112 1.4 0.2 Cook Islands 3.5 4,469.0 49 Costa Rica** 200.8 1,397.3 216 600.1 5,622.0 38 399.3 4,224.7 49 421.3 1,114.6 39.2 73 1,079.2 37.3 116 271.4 9.8 45 -807.8 -27.5 Cote d'Ivoire 73 95 396.5 44.6 94 385.1 43.1 99 405.7 13.9 139 20.7 -29.2 Croatia (-) (X) (-) (-) (X) (-) 23.4 Cuba 114 274.6 23.4 187 274.6 25.0 407.6 194 27.2 555.9 Curacao 2.2 148.3 111 2.2 151.3 111 87 144 Cyprus 4.3 27.8 144 7.2 72.8 153 3.0 44.9 144 3.1 46.5 50 2,068.2 Czech Republic -178.6 -2,122.0 37 233.2 55 411.8 4,190.3 50 425.1 4,325.1 565.1 35 7,177.2 577.0 35 7,031.4 Denmark 58 1,925.9 157.6 23 -5,105.5 -407.5 Djibouti 5.2 112.0 171 8.7 143.6 128 3.5 31.5 151 3.6 32.0 152 1.2 206 Dominica 22.6 116.2 172 22.6 117.4 134 (-) 1.2 206 (-) 4,485.2 471.3 47 4,371.3 458.5 33 7,181.9 794.6 224 2,810.5 336.1 Dominican Republic** 48 535.9 41 6,113.8 566.2 41 5,764.6 Ecuador 43 4,256.0 396.6 41 -1,508.6 -139.3 Egypt 129.5 2,107.2 219 250.7 3,601.7 48 121.2 1,494.5 67 127.3 1,570.8 67 2,337.6 64 El Salvador** 35.0 537.0 201 245.9 2,809.2 50 210.9 2,272.2 64 216.8 141 375.6 11.7 96 353.4 10.5 96 106.9 7.0 56 -246.5 -3.5 Equatorial Guinea 0.2 223 Eritrea 1.8 3.3 121 1.8 3.4 206 (-) 0.2 223 (-) – 52 –

53 FT-900 Supplement Exhibit 4a. Exports, Imports, and Trade Balance of Goods by Country and Area, Not Seasonally Adjusted: 2017 In millions of dollars. Details may not equal totals due to rounding. The countries in this exhibit are ranked by annual totals. (X) Not applicable. (-) Represents zero or less than one-half unit of measurement shown. Imports Balance Exports Customs basis (Customs imports) C.I.F. basis Domestic & Foreign, F.A.S. basis Country Year-to-Date Rank Year-to-Date November November Year-to-Date Rank November Rank November Rank Year-to-Date 26.4 564.2 118 48.4 547.4 84 49.7 53 85 Estonia -22.1 -295.9 251.5 20.8 203 80 19.9 271.8 101 843.0 282.2 101 571.3 181.2 Ethiopia 201.1 83 (-) 0.4 226 0.1 10.4 171 Falkland Islands (Islas Malvinas) 10.5 171 -0.1 -10.0 0.1 -108.8 0.2 1.8 215 8.4 110.6 121 10.7 143.1 112 Faroe Islands -8.2 68 65 108 62.0 160 14.1 204.7 -142.7 16.8 252.1 106 Fiji -6.1 8.0 42 -3,925.3 1,433.5 67 548.1 5,358.8 122.9 563.7 5,513.7 42 -425.2 Finland 26 -13,582.2 14 2,937.3 30,871.0 11 France 44,453.2 10 4,732.0 45,406.0 10 -1,710.3 4,647.6 136.8 177 136.9 157.5 126 0.1 3.2 195 0.1 3.3 196 French Guiana 154.3 62.8 160 110.1 137 3.5 47.3 141 3.8 50.0 141 French Polynesia 5.0 8.5 224 2.6 2.8 208 (-) 0.1 0.1 (-) 0.1 224 0.1 French Southern and Antarctic Lands 119 -110.9 67 5.5 82.9 147 0.8 193.8 109 0.9 203.6 109 Gabon 4.6 2.0 34.5 2.4 35.4 175 0.3 0.9 213 0.3 0.9 213 Gambia 150 0.5 0.1 (-) 0.6 221 (-) (-) 226 (-) 0.1 226 Gaza Strip Administered by Israel 110 126.3 28.6 31.6 342.4 103 3.0 183 113 3.2 132.1 114 Georgia 216.1 y -5,644.5 -57,861.8 5 4,513.5 49,003.8 6 10,158.0 106,865.6 5 10,360.5 109,083.5 4 German 7.9 172.9 51.9 812.5 83 44.0 639.5 81 46.2 665.6 81 Ghana 178 987.4 212 988.0 74 0.1 0.6 216 0.1 0.6 216 Gibraltar 90.9 91.0 70 -300.2 864.3 78 109.4 1,164.5 71.7 118.0 1,255.7 70 -37.7 Greece 52 -3.5 89 0.3 9.7 191 1.2 13.2 161 1.2 13.3 163 Greenland -0.9 13.3 81.6 14.3 93.0 145 1.0 11.4 167 1.1 12.9 165 Grenada 165 214.1 1.6 10.2 215.7 121 0.2 10.0 203 0.2 1.7 203 Guadeloupe 182 3,737.9 408.9 697.5 6,380.8 35 288.5 222 53 315.0 4,094.8 52 Guatemala* 2,642.9 6.7 89.4 167 7.4 94.4 144 Guinea 4.9 185 0.9 5.9 182 0.7 Guinea-Bissau 3.7 122 0.8 3.7 205 (-) (-) 230 (-) (-) 230 0.8 13.3 53.5 39.9 345.9 102 26.6 292.4 99 27.5 299.8 99 Guyana 157 849.4 38.9 120.0 1,242.7 69 81.1 192 77 82.5 868.1 77 Haiti 393.3 (-) -0.2 99 (-) 0.1 232 (-) 0.3 218 (-) 0.3 218 Heard and McDonald Islands Honduras** 98.7 195 483.6 4,709.7 41 384.9 4,287.5 48 400.1 4,513.2 47 422.3 3,028.0 521.6 234 3,549.6 36,611.1 9 Hong Kong 6,814.8 37 535.7 6,960.0 37 29,796.3 475.1 Hungary 29 139.0 1,739.7 61 -2,896.1 4,635.9 45 483.3 4,719.7 45 -336.2 Iceland -14.2 -47.1 75 21.6 332.8 107 35.8 379.9 95 38.2 404.6 94 India -1,971.1 9 2,036.3 23,319.0 15 4,007.5 45,000.4 8 4,171.3 46,825.7 8 -21,681.5 -1,044.0 -12,352.4 642.0 6,240.1 36 1,685.9 18,592.6 19 1,765.2 19,459.3 19 Indonesia 16 65.3 Iran 119.9 133 4.8 54.7 138 4.9 56.1 138 162 7.0 11.8 30 -8,754.4 1,085.7 71 1,129.1 9,840.0 85.7 1,161.5 10,222.1 31 -1,043.4 Iraq 19 -34,362.3 6 1,002.2 9,551.6 27 3,846.3 Ireland 11 3,869.3 44,121.8 12 -2,844.2 43,914.0 -649.5 18 1,130.4 11,411.6 24 1,779.9 20,212.5 18 1,816.3 20,604.4 18 Israel* -8,800.9 44,778.8 -28,021.7 1,514.0 16,757.1 19 4,523.7 7 9 4,647.1 46,090.3 9 Italy -3,009.7 187.6 1,615.8 217 237.6 1,931.4 57 50.0 315.6 98 51.8 327.3 98 Jamaica Japan -5,723.8 3 5,795.1 61,245.2 4 11,518.9 124,519.8 4 11,802.1 127,553.5 4 -63,274.6 6.3 213.4 118.8 1,773.6 60 112.5 1,560.2 66 115.3 1,598.4 66 Jordan* 181 745.7 -36.6 44.1 516.6 91 80.7 58 78 83.8 783.0 78 Kazakhstan -229.1 -21.7 -103.3 69 20.6 424.8 96 42.3 528.0 87 43.5 542.6 86 Kenya Kiribati -0.2 113 0.1 4.9 203 0.3 3.4 193 0.4 3.9 193 1.5 (-) (-) 103 (-) (-) 233 Korea, North (-) (X) (-) (-) (X) (-) 6,089.9 Korea, South* 10 3,861.7 43,870.5 7 -21,558.4 65,428.9 6 6,253.2 67,283.8 6 -2,228.2 Kosovo 0.9 6.1 124 1.3 8.6 196 0.4 2.5 199 0.4 2.6 199 Kuwait 257.2 218 498.9 4,808.7 40 241.7 2,708.9 61 245.9 2,803.7 60 2,099.8 0.7 17.5 1.2 23.4 184 0.6 5.9 180 0.6 6.2 180 Kyrgyzstan 137 88.3 -7.2 1.6 24.5 183 8.8 72 123 9.0 90.5 124 Laos -63.8 -9.4 -81.8 71 25.3 340.9 104 34.7 422.7 91 36.2 436.5 91 Latvia Lebanon 93.8 213 111.3 1,131.9 70 17.6 119.7 114 17.9 122.5 116 1,012.3 -23.2 23.8 55 0.6 1.8 214 Lesotho 278.9 100 24.4 286.6 100 -277.1 8.7 Liberia 154 9.6 132.9 130 46.8 86.1 125 9.3 90.1 125 0.9 Libya -150.1 -1,138.6 44 13.1 126.7 132 163.2 1,265.3 69 168.0 1,325.6 69 Liechtenstein -22.5 57 2.7 25.5 180 25.2 267.5 102 25.7 272.9 103 -242.0 -112.6 171.1 46 58.6 557.2 86 Lithuania 1,348.2 68 177.7 1,410.4 68 -791.0 47.2 Luxembourg 202 116.7 1,017.9 73 567.0 450.9 90 49.3 471.4 90 69.6 Macau 37.3 375.1 191 45.4 462.1 95 8.1 87.0 124 8.3 89.5 126 32.4 Macedonia 61 3.4 36.0 173 -200.4 236.3 106 33.1 241.2 107 -29.0 Madagascar -84.2 -626.0 48 5.2 47.5 168 89.3 673.6 80 90.6 682.8 80 3.0 Malawi -34.2 76 1.3 25.1 182 -1.7 59.3 137 3.1 61.4 137 – 53 –

54 FT-900 Supplement Exhibit 4a. Exports, Imports, and Trade Balance of Goods by Country and Area, Not Seasonally Adjusted: 2017 In millions of dollars. Details may not equal totals due to rounding. The countries in this exhibit are ranked by annual totals. (X) Not applicable. (-) Represents zero or less than one-half unit of measurement shown. Imports Balance Exports Customs basis (Customs imports) C.I.F. basis Domestic & Foreign, F.A.S. basis Country Year-to-Date Rank Year-to-Date November November Year-to-Date Rank November Rank November Rank Year-to-Date 938.7 34,829.4 23 3,556.7 34,161.9 14 3,626.3 8 14 Malaysia -2,618.0 -22,175.7 11,986.2 4.2 131 178 2.6 19.8 155 29.8 30.8 154 10.0 0.5 Maldives 3.1 156 4.1 54.0 163 0.1 2.8 198 Mali 3.0 198 3.9 51.2 0.1 107.9 70.5 258.9 117 13.6 151.0 110 13.8 154.0 110 Malta 56.9 170 200 170 529.4 89 0.7 11.1 518.3 0.9 13.1 164 Marshall Islands 52.4 53.2 181 146.9 152.6 127 0.1 5.8 18.2 0.1 6.1 181 18.1 Martinique 176 6.4 127 4.4 67.4 155 Mauritania 61.0 134 0.4 62.9 135 4.1 0.3 -26.9 60 3.0 59.3 161 29.8 263.3 103 30.9 272.6 105 Mauritius -204.0 0.4 108 0.4 223 (-) (-) 228 (-) (-) 228 Mayotte 0.1 0.1 2 -65,442.5 223,691.3 2 27,647.7 289,133.7 21,678.8 27,907.9 291,842.1 2 -5,968.8 Mexico** 2 38.9 152 3.8 39.6 170 (-) 0.7 215 (-) 0.7 215 Micronesia 3.7 -1.7 -20.0 1.8 16.3 187 3.5 36.4 147 3.7 38.7 146 Moldova 77 -47.3 85.2 3.3 37.9 171 3.5 -0.2 127 3.6 85.9 127 Monaco 74 8.8 7.5 8.3 76.5 149 0.8 163 173 0.8 9.1 173 Mongolia 67.6 0.2 6.2 126 0.6 8.2 197 0.4 2.0 201 0.4 Montenegro 200 2.1 Montserrat 7.7 129 0.8 8.7 195 0.1 1.0 209 0.1 1.0 210 0.7 120.1 858.3 207.7 2,016.1 56 87.7 1,157.7 71 92.7 1,206.5 71 Morocco* 208 54.1 158 170.8 125 8.1 116.7 116 8.5 119.5 120 Mozambique 11.3 19.5 122 2.0 112.1 135 16.6 110.0 7.7 16.7 111.1 122 -8.9 Namibia 116 -1.3 95 (-) 0.1 231 (-) 1.4 204 (-) 1.4 204 Nauru (-) -4.2 -13.0 2.7 73.1 152 6.9 86.1 126 7.4 91.4 123 Nepal 79 22,002.7 15,917.2 3,311.7 37,919.9 8 1,547.1 1,764.6 22 1,599.3 16,527.4 22 Netherlands 233 60.3 -3.4 4.0 56.2 162 7.4 87 135 7.8 63.6 134 New Caledonia -4.0 181.3 -212.4 59 431.2 3,609.1 47 249.8 New Zealand 52 260.2 3,983.1 53 3,821.5 Nicaragua** -1,570.1 39 176.2 1,461.2 66 271.9 3,031.3 57 279.2 3,112.1 58 -95.8 1.7 35.1 3.8 42.1 169 2.1 7.0 176 2.1 7.1 177 Niger 151 6,512.3 -657.8 173.8 1,921.1 59 831.6 24 39 858.0 6,763.2 39 Nigeria -4,591.1 (-) -0.2 101 (-) 0.1 230 (-) 0.3 221 (-) 0.3 221 Niue Norfolk Island (-) 104 0.1 0.1 229 0.1 0.1 225 0.1 0.1 225 (-) y 416.4 507.2 199 536.3 5,233.2 39 119.9 4,726.0 44 439.2 4,972.2 44 Norwa Oman* 685.0 206 99.1 1,695.0 62 -32.5 1,010.0 74 138.8 1,068.3 74 131.6 Pakistan -67.3 -788.3 47 249.7 2,518.7 52 316.9 3,306.9 55 334.6 3,479.9 55 Palau 2.4 136 2.5 17.5 186 0.1 0.5 217 0.1 0.6 217 17.0 470.8 5,280.3 504.3 5,694.4 37 33.4 414.1 93 34.8 428.7 93 Panama* 227 -14.0 78 100.5 142 6.3 114.6 119 6.5 119.6 119 Papua New Guinea -1.6 4.7 118 2,329.5 2,445.0 53 12.9 115.6 207.2 13.8 123.7 115 194.3 Paraguay 221 1,277.3 215 758.1 7,890.5 30 797.8 6,613.2 38 830.5 6,921.0 38 Peru* -39.7 -364.7 -3,238.7 685.9 7,462.2 31 1,050.6 10,700.8 28 1,079.7 11,010.0 28 Philippines 28 (-) (-) (-) (-) 234 (-) (-) 229 (-) (-) 229 Pitcairn Islands 102 6,498.7 -315.8 351.1 4,076.2 44 666.9 32 40 686.8 6,715.5 40 Poland -2,422.5 -168.0 -2,106.0 38 111.6 1,060.0 72 Portugal 3,166.1 56 292.5 3,304.9 56 279.7 Qatar 1,266.7 214 172.0 2,359.4 54 167.6 1,092.7 72 174.9 1,126.3 72 4.4 -0.8 -7.5 0.2 7.4 199 1.0 14.9 158 1.0 15.0 158 Reunion 85 2,036.5 -115.6 62.1 848.0 79 177.7 43 65 183.6 2,107.8 65 Romania -1,188.5 -775.9 -9,227.6 17 687.5 6,389.3 34 1,463.5 15,616.9 23 1,517.2 16,290.8 23 Russia Rwanda -3.5 147 0.9 65.1 157 4.4 34.3 149 4.5 34.9 149 30.8 9.3 0.6 148 9.9 36.1 172 Samoa 4.7 188 0.6 5.2 186 31.4 0.9 San Marino 93 0.1 2.1 212 -2.3 4.4 190 0.9 4.7 189 -0.8 Sao Tome and Principe 0.3 1.8 114 0.3 2.6 209 (-) 0.8 214 (-) 0.9 214 Saudi Arabia -169.4 36 1,280.1 15,160.8 20 1,449.5 17,440.2 21 1,488.3 18,142.1 21 -2,279.4 7.6 122.3 15.4 189.3 124 7.8 67.0 131 8.1 69.8 131 Senegal 173 -152.3 262.3 12.9 110.0 138 25.6 -12.7 104 26.6 273.2 102 Serbia 63 12.4 0.7 1.4 14.4 189 0.7 117 163 0.8 13.8 161 Seychelles 2.1 -3.9 29.2 145 7.0 74.5 151 Sierra Leone 45.3 143 12.0 46.7 143 11.0 Singapore* 9,276.4 229 2,525.0 27,195.9 13 1,574.5 17,919.6 20 1,596.2 18,147.4 20 950.5 53.8 5.9 196 59.7 492.8 93 Sint Maarten 65.9 132 6.0 66.1 133 426.9 311.7 Slovakia 35 32.8 408.1 98 -2,318.9 2,727.0 60 314.5 2,760.4 62 -278.8 Slovenia -38.8 -404.5 51 30.6 291.3 112 69.4 695.9 79 71.6 717.7 79 Solomon Islands 1.0 125 1.0 9.0 194 (-) 2.9 197 (-) 3.1 197 6.1 6.0 0.1 161 6.0 64.5 159 Somalia 0.9 211 0.1 0.9 212 63.6 651.4 South Africa 33 345.6 4,582.9 42 -2,390.9 6,973.9 36 666.6 7,174.9 36 -305.7 South Sudan 1.4 11.4 132 1.4 11.7 190 (-) 0.3 220 (-) 0.3 219 1,490.0 Spain 25 825.1 10,203.7 25 -3,965.7 14,169.3 24 1,542.3 14,727.7 24 -664.9 Sri Lanka -232.3 -2,342.1 34 26.5 309.2 111 258.9 2,651.3 62 271.4 2,778.0 61 (-) St Helena -11.8 80 0.2 0.6 220 0.1 12.3 164 (-) 12.5 166 – 54 –

55 FT-900 Supplement Exhibit 4a. Exports, Imports, and Trade Balance of Goods by Country and Area, Not Seasonally Adjusted: 2017 In millions of dollars. Details may not equal totals due to rounding. The countries in this exhibit are ranked by annual totals. (X) Not applicable. (-) Represents zero or less than one-half unit of measurement shown. Imports Balance Exports Customs basis C.I.F. basis (Customs imports) Domestic & Foreign, F.A.S. basis Country Year-to-Date Rank Year-to-Date November November Year-to-Date Rank November Rank November Rank Year-to-Date 5.1 24.2 120 4.9 43.1 145 179 44.6 145 181.0 19.3 St Kitts and Nevis 224.0 198 St Lucia 525.4 90 3.7 31.7 150 3.7 32.6 150 47.9 493.7 51.6 0.1 (-) 0.3 227 (-) 0.3 105 (-) 0.3 220 (-) St Pierre and Miquelon 219 71.1 164 11.0 75.8 150 0.1 4.7 187 0.1 5.1 187 St Vincent and the Grenadines 10.9 54.5 0.7 1.8 66.0 156 1.1 11.6 166 1.2 12.3 168 Sudan 159 133 264.3 327.3 108 6.5 63.0 43.0 6.9 67.7 132 36.5 Suriname 186 2.0 115 0.1 2.0 213 (-) (-) 232 (-) (-) 232 Svalbard, Jan Mayen Island 0.1 1.9 3.1 2.3 22.3 185 0.4 19.3 156 0.4 19.6 156 Swaziland 120 9,701.0 -645.3 340.9 3,346.9 49 986.1 22 32 1,020.9 10,043.2 32 Sweden -6,354.1 -1,514.3 -13,129.6 15 Switzerland 19,702.6 17 3,228.2 32,832.1 15 3,253.3 33,093.7 15 1,713.9 Syria -0.2 100 0.9 6.1 201 0.9 6.3 178 0.9 6.7 178 (-) -1,019.2 -15,477.5 2,634.3 23,450.9 14 3,653.5 38,928.4 13 3,779.0 40,295.4 13 Taiwan 12 212 8.2 9.2 193 0.1 0.9 1.0 0.1 0.9 211 0.9 130 Tajikistan 20.9 140 14.0 137.8 129 6.9 Tanzania 115 7.1 120.2 118 7.1 116.9 -1,769.2 11 962.1 10,136.4 26 2,731.2 -18,301.2 16 2,828.7 29,444.2 16 Thailand 28,437.7 -0.5 -2.8 91 0.2 2.5 210 Timor-Leste 5.3 183 0.7 5.5 185 0.6 Togo 394.3 193 6.6 408.6 97 2.1 14.2 159 2.2 14.9 159 4.5 2.0 -0.2 (-) 1.2 217 0.2 96 200 0.2 2.1 201 Tokelau -0.9 0.7 12.2 133 1.1 15.5 188 Tonga 3.3 194 0.4 4.4 191 0.3 Trinidad and Tobago -1,332.3 42 186.6 1,693.6 63 -21.3 3,025.9 58 219.7 3,224.7 57 207.9 Tunisia 45.7 93.7 168 74.0 512.5 92 28.3 418.8 92 29.2 432.3 92 Turkey 154.0 146 969.2 8,663.0 29 815.1 8,633.1 34 854.4 9,088.5 34 29.8 1.2 262.9 2.0 276.4 113 0.8 13.5 160 0.8 14.3 160 Turkmenistan 185 177 317.2 324.2 109 0.2 6.9 45.4 0.2 7.2 176 45.2 188 Turks and Caicos Islands 0.6 111 0.1 0.8 219 (-) Tuvalu 222 (-) 0.2 222 0.1 0.2 36.4 142 40.7 98.1 143 4.3 26.8 130 4.4 73.5 130 Uganda 71.3 62.5 589.2 204 163.3 1,567.3 64 Ukraine 978.1 75 105.6 1,029.9 75 100.8 United Arab Emirates 14,001.4 232 1,842.2 17,917.8 18 374.0 3,916.4 51 391.7 4,129.6 51 1,468.2 48,418.9 174.4 4,839.1 51,388.5 5 4,664.7 225 7 4,744.1 49,342.1 7 United Kingdom 2,969.6 67.3 952.3 211 104.2 1,496.0 65 Uruguay 543.7 85 38.7 566.1 84 36.8 Uzbekistan 94.8 169 6.3 107.9 140 5.5 13.1 162 0.8 13.6 162 0.8 Vanuatu -0.2 2.1 118 0.3 7.2 200 0.6 5.1 184 0.6 5.5 184 Vatican City (-) 106 (-) 1.1 218 (-) 1.0 210 0.1 1.0 208 0.2 11,613.0 -617.7 330.8 3,785.4 46 948.5 20 27 975.0 11,999.5 27 Venezuela -7,827.6 -3,205.0 -35,389.7 5 796.4 7,374.4 32 4,001.4 42,764.1 12 4,176.7 44,547.6 11 Vietnam Wallis and Futuna (-) 107 (-) 0.3 228 (-) 0.1 227 (-) 0.1 227 0.2 0.5 West Bank Administered by Israel 90 0.1 2.1 211 -3.4 5.5 182 0.5 5.9 183 -0.4 Western Sahara (-) 0.4 109 (-) 0.4 224 (-) (-) 231 (-) (-) 231 Yemen 8.9 180 9.5 191.1 123 0.6 9.4 172 0.6 10.2 172 181.6 6.1 Zambia 141 5.6 78.8 148 25.9 53.0 139 6.1 53.4 139 -0.5 Zimbabwe 2.6 -2.3 92 3.1 33.1 177 0.5 35.4 148 0.6 36.5 148 (-) Unidentified (1) (-) (X) (-) (-) (X) (-) (-) (X) (-) (-) (X) – 55 –

56 FT-900 Supplement Exhibit 4a. Exports, Imports, and Trade Balance of Goods by Country and Area, Not Seasonally Adjusted: 2017 In millions of dollars. Details may not equal totals due to rounding. The countries in this exhibit are ranked by annual totals. (X) Not applicable. (-) Represents zero or less than one-half unit of measurement shown. Imports Balance Exports Customs basis C.I.F. basis (Customs imports) Domestic & Foreign, F.A.S. basis Country November Year-to-Date Rank Year-to-Date Rank November Year-to-Date Rank November November Rank Year-to-Date -10,290.2 (X) 1,707.7 20,090.5 (X) 2,899.4 30,380.7 (X) 2,990.5 31,490.8 (X) Africa -1,191.8 -570,252.9 -55,243.5 87,114.4 887,336.7 (X) 142,357.8 1,457,589.5 (X) 146,253.4 1,499,032.3 (X) APEC (X) 155,851.9 -8,278.2 6,611.2 71,085.0 (X) 14,889.4 (X) (X) 15,372.5 160,829.0 (X) ASEAN -84,766.9 -2,559.9 -27,854.2 (X) 2,459.9 28,510.6 (X) 5,019.8 56,364.8 (X) Asia - South 58,684.7 (X) 5,230.1 Asia Near East -399.2 (X) 5,456.6 58,497.2 (X) 5,500.2 58,896.4 (X) 5,650.8 60,850.0 (X) -43.5 21,925.0 983.9 2,997.9 28,164.9 (X) 2,014.1 (X) (X) 2,103.7 23,011.8 (X) CAFTA-DR 6,239.9 647.7 3,429.4 (X) 2,203.3 20,983.0 (X) 1,555.6 17,553.6 (X) 1,632.4 18,526.6 (X) Central American Common Market Euro Area -12,794.1 (X) 17,412.8 192,353.2 (X) 30,206.9 310,544.3 (X) 30,858.5 317,609.8 (X) -118,191.1 44,552.0 Europe (X) 27,900.4 303,406.7 (X) -156,372.0 459,778.8 (X) 45,539.1 470,641.6 (X) -16,651.6 European Union -14,688.7 -135,573.1 (X) 23,572.5 258,475.4 (X) 38,261.2 394,048.5 (X) 39,089.7 403,067.8 (X) LAFTA -5,317.4 (X) 29,938.9 311,429.8 (X) 35,256.3 368,010.1 (X) 35,829.0 374,237.1 (X) -56,580.3 611,648.3 -10,754.3 48,403.9 512,725.9 (X) 59,158.2 (X) (X) 60,551.7 626,950.9 (X) NATO Allies -98,922.4 -7,028.1 -80,489.0 (X) 46,782.7 482,709.1 (X) 53,810.8 563,198.1 (X) 54,670.3 572,434.7 (X) North America OECD -29,371.8 (X) 87,842.9 927,153.2 (X) 117,214.8 1,231,735.9 (X) 119,529.8 1,257,149.1 (X) -304,582.7 6,156.0 OPEC (X) 4,903.1 53,471.3 (X) -13,104.4 66,575.8 (X) 6,356.5 69,324.5 (X) -1,252.9 Pacific Rim Countries -42,999.7 -430,439.5 (X) 35,801.2 360,870.2 (X) 78,800.9 791,309.7 (X) 81,434.8 819,060.9 (X) South/Central America 3,316.1 (X) 13,449.1 137,034.0 (X) 10,133.1 106,892.0 (X) 10,555.1 111,780.0 (X) 30,142.0 Twenty Latin American Republics 398,545.8 (X) 33,584.5 -3,800.4 (X) 37,384.9 391,198.6 (X) 38,050.0 -44,392.1 (X) 346,806.5 * Countries denoted by asterisks represent countries with Free Trade Agreements with the United States. ** Countries denoted by double asterisks represent countries included within Free Trade Agreements with the United States. Africa - Algeria, Angola, Benin, Botswana, British Indian Ocean Territories, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cameroon, Cabo Verde, Central African Republic, Chad, Comoros, Congo (Brazzaville), Congo (Kinshasa), Cote d'Ivoire, Djibouti, Egypt, Equatorial Guinea, Eritrea, Ethiopia, French Southern and Antarctic Lands, Gabon, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Kenya, Lesotho, Liberia, Libya, Madagascar, Malawi, Mali, Mauritania, Mauritius, Mayotte, Morocco, Mozambique, Namibia, Niger, Nigeria, Reunion, Rwanda, Sao Tome and Principe, Senegal, Seychelles, Sierra Leone, Somalia, South Africa, South Sudan, St. Helena, Sudan, Swaziland, Tanzania, Togo, Tunisia, Uganda, Western Sahara, Zambia, Zimbabwe. APEC (Asia - Pacific Economic Cooperation) - Australia, Brunei, Canada, Chile, China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Korea (South), Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Peru, Philippines, Russia, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam. ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) - Brunei, Burma, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam. Asia - South - Afghanistan, Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka. Asia Near East - Bahrain, Gaza Strip Administered by Israel, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Syria, United Arab Emirates, West Bank Administered by Israel, Yemen. CAFTA-DR (Dominican Republic-Central America-United States Free Trade Agreement) - Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua. Central American Common Market - Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua. Euro Area - Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain. Europe - Albania, Andorra, Armenia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Belgium, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Faroe Islands, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Gibraltar, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Kazakhstan, Kosovo, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macedonia, Malta, Moldova, Monaco, Montenegro, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, San Marino, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Svalbard, Jan Mayen Island, Sweden, Switzerland, Tajikistan, Turkey, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, United Kingdom, Uzbekistan, Vatican City. European Union - Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom. LAFTA (Latin American Free Trade Area) - Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay, Venezuela. NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) Allies - Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Turkey, United Kingdom. North America - Canada, Mexico. OECD (Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development) - Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Chile, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Korea (South), Luxembourg, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, United Kingdom. OPEC (Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries) - Algeria, Angola, Ecuador, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Libya, Nigeria, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Venezuela. Pacific Rim Countries - Australia, Brunei, China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Korea (South), Macau, Malaysia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan. South/Central America - Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda, Argentina, Aruba, Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Bermuda, Bolivia, Brazil, British Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Curacao, Dominica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Falkland Islands (Islas Malvinas), French Guiana, Grenada, Guadeloupe, Guatemala, Guyana, Haiti, Honduras, Jamaica, Martinique, Montserrat, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, St. Kitts and Nevis, Sint Maarten, St. Lucia, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Suriname, Trinidad and Tobago, Turks and Caicos Islands, Uruguay, Venezuela. Twenty Latin American Republics - Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay, Venezuela. (1) The export totals reflect shipments of certain grains, oilseeds, and satellites that are not included in the country/area totals. NOTE: Area data reflect the composition of the areas at yearend. – 56 –

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