U.S. Textbook Trade Surplus Shrinks In 2000, Market In Asia Grows
- U.S. Textbook Exports Stay Strong; Imports Fall off From Last Year. // Educational Marketer;12/9/2002, Vol. 33 Issue 35, p6
Assesses the balance of trade in textbooks in the U.S. Identification of the top 10 foreign markets for publishers; Percentage of foreign textbooks sold into the country; Reduction of the imports of textbooks.
- U.S. Textbook Publishers See Improved Q1 Exports. // Educational Marketer;6/3/2013, Vol. 44 Issue 12, p1
The article focuses on the report from the U.S. Department of Commerce which reveals that the trade balance in the first quarter of 2013 was favorable to the textbook publishers in the U.S. with the 11.3% increase on the value of textbook exports. It mentions that great improvement was seen...
- July Trade Deficit Dips 8.9% to $50.1B. Newman, Emily // Bond Buyer;9/13/2004, Vol. 349 Issue 31967, p2
Reports on the escalation of the trade deficit in the U.S. Assessment of the export and import activity; Deflation of goods deficit.
- Trade surplus rises. Balch, Roger // Asian Business Review;May95, p9
Reports on the rise in Japan's trade surplus for February 1995.
- Trade surplus narrows. Balch, Roger // Asian Business Review;Jun95, p11
Reports on the narrowing of Japan's trade surplus to $13.84 billion in March 1995.
- Biggest ever monthly trade surplus. // Asian Business Review;Dec96, p15
Reports that China has recorded its biggest-ever single-month trade surplus in October 1996. Reasons for the increase in trade surplus.
- Are trade deficits that bad? Lippens, Robert E. // Business Economics;Apr97, Vol. 32 Issue 2, p14
Evaluates an assortment of economic thought concerning the value of a trade deficit. Consumption versus investment on the balance of trade; Disaggregation of the National Income and Product Accounts (NIPA); On the burden of a trade deficit; Conclusions.
- U.S. Trade Balance. // Congressional Digest;Jan1989, Vol. 68 Issue 1, p3
Presents excerpts from `United States Trade Performance in 1987' by the International Trade Administration of the US Department of Commerce. Exports; International capital flows; Trade partners; Negotiations.
- Trade protection: The consumer pays. Merline, J.W. // Consumers' Research Magazine;Aug89, Vol. 72 Issue 8, p16
Covers the price American consumers pay for trade restrictions on imported goods. Restrictions and American jobs; Voluntary restraint agreements.