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July 2005, Vol. 128, No. 7
U.S. import and export prices in 2004
Economist, Division of International Prices at the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Import and export prices increased at an accelerated rate in 2004, as each continued the upward trend that began in 2002; the increases for both indexes were driven by industrial supplies and materials, which trended upward because of higher fuel and raw material prices.
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U.S. import and export prices in 2003.—Sept. 2004.
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