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Imports and Exports

Top US Imports

Top US imports

Why do Nations Import?

Why do Nations Import? The motivation for a country to import goods and services from other countries is perhaps less obvious than its motivation for selling exports (making a profit on goods not consumed by the domestic market). As with exports, the purposes served by imports vary from country to country.

Foreign Trade

This Javascript allows the page in IE to resize to the minimum width of 853 pixels and no less. Skip top of page navigation This Javascript highlights what section of the main navigation you are on and unlinks its URL. Top Ten Countries with which the U.S.

News Release: U.S. International Trade in Goods and Services

U.S. Census Bureau U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis NEWS U.S. Department of Commerce * Washington, DC 20230 U.S. INTERNATIONAL TRADE IN GOODS AND SERVICES December 2013 Goods and Services The U.S. Census Bureau and the U.S.

IMF -- International Monetary Fund Home Page

IMF Home page with links to News, About the IMF, Fund Rates, IMF Publications, What's New, Standards and Codes, Country Information and featured topics

National Export Initiative

National Export Initiative The Obama Administration has made it a top priority to improve the conditions that directly affect the private sector's ability to export - working to remove trade barriers abroad, help firms and farmers overcome hurdles to entering new markets, and assist with financing.

China - Trade - European Commission

China The European Union and China are two of the biggest traders in the world. China is now the EU's 2nd trading partner behind the United States and the EU is China's biggest trading partner. The EU is committed to open trading relations with China.

Boosting American Exports

President Obama announces the National Export Initiative, a single, comprehensive strategy to mobilize the Federal Government to promote increased American exports, level the playing field for American companies, and create new jobs for American workers.

U.S.-Cuba Relations

Introduction Cuba and the United States have been at odds since Fidel Castro seized power in 1959. While successive U.S. administrations have employed tough measures, including prolonged economic sanctions and the designation of Cuba as a state sponsor of terrorism, none have substantially weakened the government. There has been some softening in U.S.

Impact of the U.S Embargo on Health and Nutrition in Cuba

The Impact Of The U.S. Embargo On The Health And Nutrition In Cuba" -An Executive Summary- American Association for World Health Report Summary of Findings March 1997 After a year-long investigation, the American Association for World Health has determined that the U.S.