U.S. Trade Balance with Major Trading Partners

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(in $000,000)
 
European Union -76,088
China -95,829
Japan -67,408
Canada -49,329
Mexico -36,075
Africa -10,550
Rest of world -107,688
 
World total -442,967
See as table:
      1Oct. 31, 2001, to Oct. 31, 2002.
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