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April, 1986, Vol. 109, No. 4
Import, export prices reflect
declining dollar and oversupply in 1985
Thomas A. Sherman
Economist, Division of International Prices, Bureau of Labor Statistics
After falling during the first three quarters of the year, import prices rose as the effects of the weakening dollar were finally felt; meanwhile, fierce competition and oversupply forced down U.S. export prices.
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