Report to the Committee on Ways and Means on watches and parts therefor (investigation no. 332-80) under section 332 of the Tariff act of 1930

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U.S. Govt. Print. Off., 1977 - Antiques & Collectibles - 217 pages
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Contents

Introduction 7 _
1
Average number of employees and manhours worked by pro
19
U S producers and assemblers
28
Distribution of production and related workers engaged
30
U S importers
52
Apparent U S consumption
58
Apparent U S consumption by types 197276
60
U S production
68
Average number of employees and manhours worked by pro
108
EmploymentContinued
113
Average hourly and weekly earnings of U S production
114
Consumer and wholesale price indexes for watches and
118
XI
120
Average wholesale unit values of domestic shipments
121
U S exports of domestic merchandise
128
U S imports for consumption under TSUS
136

Sources of supply
71
U S production of parts not further processed
76
Domestic shipments
77
Domestic shipments of U S made substrates
83
Domestic shipments
89
Domestic shipments
93
Domestic shipments and exports 197276
98
Inventories held by U S producers
99
Profitandloss experience of domestic producers
102
Average number of production workers producing or assembling
107
The watch movement assembly industry in the U S insular
141
Dutyfree shipments into the United States
144
Average number of employees and manhours worked by pro
146
Conclusions
154
Shipments of U S made modules imported
157
Current and proposed duty rates on nonconventional watch
159
Tariff Schedules of the United States Annotated
179
Appendix F Foreign affiliations of U S firms in the watch
205
U S imports for consumption
213
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