Nonrubber footwear: U.S. production, exports, imports for consumption, apparent U.S. consumption, employment, producer price index, and consumer price index first calendar quarter 1980. Report to the President on investigation no. 332-93 under section 332 of the Tariff Act of 1930
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Report to the President
UNITED STATES INTERNATIONAL TRADE COMMISSION
1-month total 1,1 Percent 1.1 million 11 pairs Apparent consumption Argentina Average 6-month average Average October November Commission May 11er Commission May 1980 Compiled from official Consumer Price Index corresponding period Department of Commerce disposable footwear Excludes zoris February March Average footwear increased Haiti Hong Kong imports for consumption Index for footwear Indonesia industry are nonrubber industry SIC 31 International Trade Commission Jan.-Mar January February March January-March 1979 table January-March 1980 Japan Mexico West June Average 6-month leather and leather leather products industry Less than 1.1 Macao Malaysia March Average Apr Mexico West Germany million in 1,1 number of employees official statistics pairs in January-March period of 1979 Producer Price Index products industry SIC Ratio of imports Republic of Korea Romania September Average October Source January-March Table 1.—Nonrubber footwear Total or a1rage U.S. Department U.S. imports U.S. International Trade U.S. production Uncontrolled countries unit value United States International value of U.S.