Skip Main Navigation Skip To Navigation Content

Foreign Trade

Skip top of page navigation
You are here: Census.govBusiness & IndustryForeign-Trade › REFERENCE

U.S. Imports of Merchandise – History DVD-ROM

Do you need to access the pricing patterns of foreign competition over an extended period of time?

The U.S. Import History DVD-ROM contains 5 years of foreign trade data for imports! This DVD-ROM is a unique product because it provides annual revised import data for 17,000 commodities. you get customs value (both general and consumption) and quantity for 240 trading partners and 45 customs districts.

The U.S. Import History DVD-ROM allows you to develop an annual time series of import statistics for the past 5 years or even the past 10 years, if you obtain previous and current issues of this DVD-ROM.

Want to know how the foreign competition is pricing their products for the global market?

Use the U.S. Import History DVD-ROM to keep ahead of the competition by tracking pricing strategies over the past several year. Find out the unit pricing for imports of steel products, sports equipment, and many others.

Are you thinking of launching your product in the international marketplace?

With the U.S. Import History DVD-ROM, you can conduct market share analysis with each U.S. trading partner for the past several years. You can find out whether China or Mexico is the largest importer of apparel and footwear and much more.


Cost
Single issue (contains 5 years of annual data) $200
Order Online from the Foreign Trade Division

 


[PDF] or PDF denotes a file in Adobe’s Portable Document Format. To view the file, you will need the Adobe® Reader® Off Site available free from Adobe. This symbol Off Site indicates a link to a non-government web site. Our linking to these sites does not constitute an endorsement of any products, services or the information found on them. Once you link to another site you are subject to the policies of the new site.
Source: U.S. Census Bureau | Source:International Trade Management Division | ftdwebmaster@census.gov |  Last Revised: March 11, 2015