United States industrial outlook
United States. Business and Defense Services Administration, United States. Bureau of Domestic Commerce, United States. Bureau of Competitive Assessment and Business Policy, United States. Bureau of Domestic Business Development, United States. Industry and Trade Administration, United States. Bureau of Industrial Economics
Business and Defense Services Administration, 1965 - Business & Economics
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aircraft aluminum annual appliances approximately average Bureau of Labor capacity cars Census cent chemical chlorine commercial companies competition construction consumer consumption copper costs creased decline demand domestic duction dustry electrical Employment equipment Estimated by BDSA expanding expected to increase expected to reach expenditures Exports value facilities factors foreign gain growth imports Includes value industry shipments industry SIC industry's jewelry Labor Statistics machine tools machinery Main producing areas manufacturing materials ments metal million in 1965 millions of dollars Number of establishments operations output Overall Trends paperboard particleboard pected Percent change percent in 1966 percent of total plants plastics printing ratio receipts rise Shipments value shipped short tons Source Standard Industrial Classification steel sumer synthetic rubber textile tion trade trucks U.S. exports United United Kingdom value added value in millions Value of exports Value of shipments West Germany wholesale price index zinc