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UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION

HENRY P. FLETCHER, Chairman
Thomas WALKER PAGE, Vice Chairman
JOHN LEE COULTER
EDGAR B. BROSSARD
LINCOLN DIXON.

SIDNEY MORGAN, Secretary

Address all Communications
United States Tarifi Commission

Washington, D. C.

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

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Shipments of Philippine copra and coconut oil to the

United States, 1909–1929.--

Shipments of Philippine tobacco products to the

United States, 1909–1929.

Shipments of manila fiber to the United States, 1890-

1894, 1899–1929.

Philippine imports from the United States:

Development of Philippine import trade from the

United States, 1899–1909..

Philippine imports from the United States by leading

commodities, 1910–1914, 1924-1928, and 1929.

Increases in Philippine imports from the United States

by leading commodity groups, 1923–1929...

Philippine imports of cotton cloth from the United

States..

Philippine imports of wheat flour and rice-Increased

production of rice in the Philippines -

Relative position of the United States and other coun-

tries in Philippine import and export trade, 1928

and 1929.

United States exports to the Philippines by commodity

groups, 1928 and 1929....

United States exports of agricultural products, manu-

factures of agricultural products, and other prod-

ucts to the Philippines, 1910–1914 to 1924-1928,

and 1929..

Relative importance of increases in United States ex-

port trade to the Philippines and to selected coun-

tries, 1910–1914 to 1925–1929, and 1930.-

Philippine reexportations to Asiatic points, of imports

from the United States, 1910–1929..

Dutiable trade between the Philippines and the United

States, 1924-1929..

Share of United States Pacific, Gulf, and Atlantic ports in

the Philippine trade.-

Participation of American and foreign vessels in Philippines

overseas trade....

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D. Statistical tables:

No.

1. Principal changes in United States tariff rates on important prod-

ucts which are duty free from the Philippines.

2. Philippine export duties per hundred pounds gross weight, from

date of American occupation to October 3, 1913---

3. Average price per metric ton of manila fiber shipments, at Philip-

pine shipping points, calendar years 1899–1913..

4. Philippine trade (general imports and exports, excluding gold and

silver ore, bullion, and coin) and commodity trade balances,

January 1, 1899-December 31, 1930.-

5. Values and proportions of Philippine and United States exports

reciprocally admitted duty free because of their respective

origins from th beginning of duty-free trade relations to the

end of 1929.

6. Estimate of scheduled duties nominally waived by the United

States.on Philippine exports; and by the Philippines on United

States exports, from the beginning of reciprocal duty-free trade

to December 31, 1929.-

7. Ad valorem equivalents of estimated duties nominally waived on

Philippine and American products, in the United States and the

Philippines, respectively-

8. Ad valorem equivalent of import duties in the Philippines and in

the United States, 1911-1929, computed on value of dutiable

imports.--

9. Annual average values of leading Philippine exports, 1890–1894,

1900–1902, and 1903–1909..

10. Leading Philippine domestic exports to all countries and to the

United States, August 20, 1898–June 30, 1909.

11. Leading Philippine exports to the United States and possessions,

exempted from import duty after August 5, 1909 (from July 1,

1899, to December 31, 1929) -

12. Leading Philippine exports to the United States and possessions,

duty free in the United States regardless of country of origin

(from July 1, 1899, to December 31, 1929) -

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