Bolts, Nuts, and Large Screws of Iron Or Steel: U.S. Production, Shipments, Imports, Exports, Apparent Consumption, Employment Man-hours, and Prices : Report to the President on Investigation No. 332-103 Under Section 332 of the Tariff Act of 1930
U.S. International Trade Commission, 1980 - Screws
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44 Total apparent consumption April May June April-June July-September October-December August September October Average Range Average averages of lowest Cap screws Compiled from data data submitted Domestic price Period fourth quarter imports for consumption International Trade Commission iron or steel Janua January 1976-March January-March April-June July August September July-September October-December 1978 large screws less than exports lowest net selling man-hours Marcb million pounds November December 1980 October November December percent greater percent less principally by James producers to distributors production and related production of bolts Quantity 1,000 pounds quarter of 1979 Range Average Range Ranges and averages received by U.S. received for cap related workers engaged response to questionnaires ry-March screws of iron screws were produced selling prices received September October November Source specified periods structural bolts submitted in response Table 2.—Bolts Table 4.—Bolts tion Shipments U.S. Department U.S. imports U.S. International Trade U.S. producers USITC Value 1,000 dollars