Growth rate of U.S. imports of trade goods between 2016 and 2017, by product industry class (NAICS)

Growth rate of U.S. imports of trade goods in 2017, by product industry class (NAICS) This graph shows the growth rate of U.S. imports of trade goods in 2017, by product industry class (NAICS). In 2017, the U.S. imports of apparel and accessories fell by 0.29 percent compared to 2016. In 2017, the U.S. imported trade goods worth about 2.33 trillion U.S. dollars.
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Change in percent from previous year
Oil And Gas 35.54%
Scrap & Waste 33.18%
Forestry Products, Nspf 22.08%
Petroleum And Coal Products 15.69%
Primary Metal Products 15.04%
Machinery, Except Electrical 12.04%
Fish, Fresh Or Chilled; And Other Marine Products 9.82%
Furniture and Fixtures 9.39%
Minerals And Ores 9.3%
Electrical Equipment, Appliances and Components (1) 8.15%
Wood Products 7.49%
Plastic And Rubber Products7.01%
Computers and Electronic Products6.97%
Nonmetallic Mineral Products6.94%
Livestock And Livestock Products 6.23%
Agricultural Products, Total 5.78%
Fabricated Metal Products 5.4%
Beverages And Tobacco 5.23%
Textile Mill Products 5.02%
Food And Kindred Products 5%
Goods Returned Or Reimported 4.35%
Miscellaneous Manufactured Commodities 3.9%
Chemicals 2.76%
Transportation Equipment2.74%
Used Or Second-Hand Merchandise2.02%
Paper Products 1.5%
Printing, Publishing & Similar Products 1.35%
Apparel And Accessories -0.29%
Leather And Allied Products -0.43%
Textile And Fabrics -0.81%
Change in percent from previous year
Oil And Gas 35.54%
Scrap & Waste 33.18%
Forestry Products, Nspf 22.08%
Petroleum And Coal Products 15.69%
Primary Metal Products 15.04%
Machinery, Except Electrical 12.04%
Fish, Fresh Or Chilled; And Other Marine Products 9.82%
Furniture and Fixtures 9.39%
Minerals And Ores 9.3%
Electrical Equipment, Appliances and Components (1) 8.15%
Wood Products 7.49%
Plastic And Rubber Products7.01%
Computers and Electronic Products6.97%
Nonmetallic Mineral Products6.94%
Livestock And Livestock Products 6.23%
Agricultural Products, Total 5.78%
Fabricated Metal Products 5.4%
Beverages And Tobacco 5.23%
Textile Mill Products 5.02%
Food And Kindred Products 5%
Goods Returned Or Reimported 4.35%
Miscellaneous Manufactured Commodities 3.9%
Chemicals 2.76%
Transportation Equipment2.74%
Used Or Second-Hand Merchandise2.02%
Paper Products 1.5%
Printing, Publishing & Similar Products 1.35%
Apparel And Accessories -0.29%
Leather And Allied Products -0.43%
Textile And Fabrics -0.81%
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This graph shows the growth rate of U.S. imports of trade goods in 2017, by product industry class (NAICS). In 2017, the U.S. imports of apparel and accessories fell by 0.29 percent compared to 2016. In 2017, the U.S. imported trade goods worth about 2.33 trillion U.S. dollars.
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Release date
February 2018
Region
United States
Survey time period
2016-2017
Supplementary notes
Goods are Merchandise, supplies, raw materials, and products or any other item identified by a Harmonized System (HS) code.
The growth rate has been calculated using the December 2016 and December 2017 import data provided by the given source.

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