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FT920: U.S. Merchandise Trade Selected Highlights - January 2011

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Exhibit 1: U.S. Exports - Domestic and Foreign Merchandise

U.S. Customs District of Export and Method of Transportation


In millions of dollars. Details may not equal total due to rounding.
(X) Not Applicable. (-) Represents zero or less than one-half of unit of measu rement shown.
District Code & Description< /th> Total Value Vessel Data Air Data
January 2011 Year-to-date 2011 January 2011 Year-to-date 2011
January 2011 Year-to-date 2011 Value Shipping Weight Value Shipping Weight Value Shipping Weight Value Shipping Weight
Total 110,242.56 110,242.56 42,299.08 48,062.76 42,299.08 48,062.76 32,285.71 278.94 32,285.71 278.94
01 PORTLAND, MAINE 326.36 326.36 91.70 78.44 91.70 78.44 39.55 0.16 39.55 0.16
02 ST. ALBANS, VERMONT 227.01 227.01 (-) (-) (-) (-) 5.21 0.09 5.21 0.09
04 BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS 540.31 540.31 98.23 109.19 98.23 109.19 439.38 4.59 439.38 4.59
05 PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND 16.22 16.22 16.20 31.98 16.20 31.98 0.02 (-) 0.02 (-)
07 OGDENSBURG, NEW YORK 1,372.69 1,372.69 79.45 160.55 79.45 160.55 6.79 0.25 6.79 0.25
09 BUFFALO, NEW YORK 3,127.08 3,127.08 27.53 213.08 27.53 213.08 111.71 1.02 111.71 1.02
10 NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK 11,747.90 11,747.90 3,965.51 1,520.36 3,965.51 1,520.36 7,534.36 50.71 7,534.36 50.71
11 PHILADELPHIA, PA. 1,221.40 1,221.40 373.04 143.33 373.04 143.33 844.67 7.76 844.67 7.76
13 BALTIMORE, MARYLAND 1,137.82 1,137.82 1,101.20 1,854.52 1,101.20 1,854.52 35.98 0.20 35.98 0.20
14 NORFOLK, VIRGINIA 1,800.82 1,800.82 1,787.97 4,334.33 1,787.97 4,334.33 8.80 0.04 8.80 0.04
15 WILMINGTON, N. CAROLINA 436.02 436.02 319.55 222.29 319.55 222.29 113.38 1.12 113.38 1.12
16 CHARLESTON, S. CAROLINA 1,520.02 1,520.02 1,514.86 547.90 1,514.86 547.90 5.16 0.27 5.16 0.27
17 SAVANNAH, GEORGIA 3,472.14 3,472.14 2,463.76 1,588.35 2,463.76 1,588.35 985.63 11.70 985.63 11.70
18 TAMPA, FLORIDA 1,173.49 1,173.49 1,073.34 799.20 1,073.34 799.20 86.70 1.16 86.70 1.16
19 MOBILE, ALABAMA 916.69 916.69 734.02 1,824.69 734.02 1,824.69 182.64 1.86 182.64 1.86
20 NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA 7,485.96 7,485.96 5,463.02 11,453.06 5,463.02 11,453.06 1,922.70 13.21 1,922.70 13.21
21 PORT ARTHUR, TEXAS 729.53 729.53 729.53 1,428.37 729.53 1,428.37 (-) (-) (-) (-)
23 LAREDO, TEXAS 7,161.37 7,161.37 47.52 90.41 47.52 90.41 16.87 0.17 16.87 0.17
24 EL PASO, TEXAS 2,751.30 2,751.30 (-) (-) (-) (-) 10.51 0.12 10.51 0.12
25 SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA 1,434.55 1,434.55 16.47 2.52 16.47 2.52 32.61 0.18 32.61 0.18
26 NOGALES, ARIZONA 816.61 816.61 (-) (-) (-) (-) 66.47 0.38 66.47 0.38
27 LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA 9,024.95 9,024.95 5,784.30 3,703.84 5,784.30 3,703.84 3,178.36 32.57 3,178.36 32.57
28 SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF. 3,912.22 3,912.22 1,649.57 1,317.56 1,649.57 1,317.56 2,253.99 12.56 2,253.99 12.56
29 COLUMBIA-SNAKE 1,236.90 1,236.90 1,150.72 2,829.85 1,150.72 2,829.85 86.13 0.37 86.13 0.37
30 SEATTLE, WASHINGTON 4,554.03 4,554.03 1,916.69 2,803.47 1,916.69 2,803.47 708.61 4.46 708.61 4.46
31 ANCHORAGE, ALASKA 1,020.93 1,020.93 53.71 194.30 53.71 194.30 864.52 8.13 864.52 8.13
32 HONOLULU, HAWAII 163.29 163.29 8.93 18.32 8.93 18.32 84.56 1.90 84.56 1.90
33 GREAT FALLS, MONTANA 1,589.02 1,589.02 (-) (-) (-) (-) 766.84 0.77 766.84 0.77
34 PEMBINA, NORTH DAKOTA 1,799.80 1,799.80 0.01 0.18 0.01 0.18 4.74 0.30 4.74 0.30
35 MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA 148.50 148.50 (-) (-) (-) (-) 145.75 1.05 145.75 1.05
36 DULUTH MINNESOTA 228.08 228.08 20.42 19.85 20.42 19.85 0.20 0.15 0.20 0.15
37 MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN 0.24 0.24 0.16 0.03 0.16 0.03 0.08 (-) 0.08 (-)
38 DETROIT, MICHIGAN 9,520.16 9,520.16 275.12 642.28 275.12 642.28 293.79 4.61 293.79 4.61
39 CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 2,960.20 2,960.20 7.25 13.55 7.25 13.55 2,916.24 38.47 2,916.24 38.47
41 CLEVELAND, OHIO 2,047.98 2,047.98 26.59 184.69 26.59 184.69 1,993.74 16.16 1,993.74 16.16
45 ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI 53.66 53.66 (-) (-) (-) (-) 13.89 0.03 13.89 0.03
49 SAN JUAN, PUERTO RICO 1,102.44 1,102.44 211.44 70.33 211.44 70.33 890.88 3.82 890.88 3.82
51 VIRGIN ISLANDS OF THE US 216.65 216.65 212.56 346.33 212.56 346.33 3.13 (-) 3.13 (-)
52 MIAMI, FLORDIA 4,925.09 4,925.09 1,894.37 530.69 1,894.37 530.69 2,946.45 32.74 2,946.45 32.74
53 HOUSTON/GALVESTON, TEXAS 9,373.77 9,373.77 8,543.76 8,984.81 8,543.76 8,984.81 818.71 10.60 818.71 10.60
54 WASHINGTON, D.C. 573.84 573.84 0.20 0.10 0.20 0.10 433.99 4.57 433.99 4.57
55 DALLAS/FORT WORTH, TEXAS 1,463.30 1,463.30 (-) (-) (-) (-) 1,431.97 10.69 1,431.97 10.69
59 NORFOLK/MOBILE/CHARLESTON 640.38 640.38 640.38 (-) 640.38 (-) (-) (-) (-) (-)
70 LOW VALUE SHIPMENTS 4,259.38 4,259.38 (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) (-)
80 MAIL SHIPMENTS 12.46 12.46 (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) (-)
Canadian Adjustment (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) (-)
Timing Adjustment (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) (-)

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