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Footnotes at end of table.

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TABLE 39.—Annual average values of Philippine im ports from all sources and from United States and possessions, July 1, 1910-Dec. 31, 1926,

by commodities and approximate levels of tarif preference- Continued 1915-1918, annual average 4 calendar years

July 1, 1910-Dec. 31, 1914, annual average 442 years

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1 This tariff preference results from the duty-free admission of United States products (since Aug. 5, 1909) and is therefore equal to the rate of duty payable on similar articles if imported from other countries.

2 Indicates the relative importance of imports of this item from United States and possessions among Philippine total imports from all sources.
3 Annual average, 1920–21.
• None indicated.

Less than one one-hundredth of 1 per cent.
6 Annual average, 1925–26.
? Not separately indicated in statistics.
8 Less than $1,000.
9 Included with cars for other railways.
10 242-year average-1913, 6 months, 1913 and 1914.
11 Principally from Hawaii.
12 One year, 1926, only.
13 From Guam.
14 Copra reported with nuts prior to 1917.
15 Estimated.
16 Includes certain cotton canvas shoes.
17 2-year average, no imports from United States reported 1924–1926.
18 2-year average, 1925-26.
19 Including copra prior to 1917.
20 4-year average; no imports from United States in 1926.
21 Not separately indicated prior to June 1, 1918.
32 None indicated, 1922-1926.

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