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April, 1985, Vol. 108, No. 4
Prices of U.S. imports and exports
declined in 1984
Economist, Division of International Prices, Bureau of Labor Statistics
Throughout the year, the economy benefited from lower prices and abundant quantities of imported goods; however, the continued strength of the dollar and stiffer competition from foreign producers spelled trouble for the Nation's exporters in sluggish world markets.
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