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Table 2. Value of U.S. Merchandise Trade with Canada and Mexico Compared with U.S. Trade with All Other Countries: 1994-2000

Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Table 2. Value of U.S. Merchandise Trade with Canada and Mexico Compared with U.S. Trade with All Other Countries: 1994-2000

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  Total U.S. international trade (current $ millions) U.S. trade with NAFTA partners (current $ millions) U.S. trade with all other countries (current $ millions) Ratio of U.S.-NAFTA to all U.S. trade(percent)
1994 1,175,883 342,923   832,960 29.2
1995 1,328,285 379,989   948,296 28.6
1996 1,420,364 421,192   999,172 29.7
1997 1,557,472 475,382 1,082,090 30.5
1998 1,594,000 502,715 1,091,285 31.5
1999 1,717,587 558,987 1,158,600 32.5
2000 1,997,306 653,270 1,344,036 32.7
Percentage Change, 1994 - 2000      69.9    90.5      61.4  
Annual growth rate, 1994 - 2000 (percent)       9.2    11.3       8.3  

SOURCES: U.S. Department of Transportation, Bureau of Transportation Statistics, special tabulation, April 2001; based on: total trade, air and waterU.S. Department of Commerce, U.S. Census Bureau, Foreign Trade Division, FT920 U.S. Merchandise Trade (Washington, DC: Various years); all land modesU.S. Department of Transportation, Bureau of Transportation Statistics, Transborder Surface Freight Data.