Nonrubber footwear: U.S. production, imports for consumption, apparent U.S. consumption, employment, wholesale price index, and consumer price index, fourth calendar quarter 1977 : report to the president on investigation no. 332-93 under section 332 of the Tariff Act of 1930, as amended
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Average number of employees total
Unit value per pair of U S imports
Footwear except athletic footwear provided for in TSUS items
accordance with Presidential April-June Average number base restraint limit China is subject China on June Commission March 118 Compiled from official Consumer Price Index consumption1 by principal Department of Commerce F.a.s. value—represents footwear imported footwear items subject footwear provided foreign port Hong Kong imports for consumption1 International Trade Commission Italy Republic Jan.-March July-Sept leather products industry Less than 1.1 limit for TSUS limitations under TSUS March 118 Table Marketing Agreement concluded nonrubber footwear workers Note.—Because of rounding Notice of Orderly Oct.-Dec official statistics Orderly Marketing Agreement pa:rs paper slippers port of exportation Presidential Proclamation principal sources1 quantitative limitations Quantity in thousands Republic of China Republic of Korea restraint levels applicable sources1 by quarters1 subject to quantitative THIRD QUARTERLY REPORT Total or average totals shown Trade Commission March transaction value TSUS item U.S. Department U.S. imports U.S. International Trade Uruguay West Germany Value in thousands value of imports value—represents the transaction Yugoslavia