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August 1982, Vol. 105, No. 8
Imports and domestic employment:
identifying affected industries
Gregory K. Schoepfle
Supervisory economist, Division of Foreign Labor Statistics and Trade, Bureau of Labor Statistics
For its trade monitoring program, the Bureau has developed measures of import penetration; initial data suggest about one-fourth of manufacturing groups might be sensitive to rising imports.
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