Full text: British engineering industry

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APPENDIX © H "continued, 
RETAINED IMPORTS AND EXPORTS OF 
WOOL AND WOOLLEN GOODS. 
VALUE. 
(Trade and Navigation Accounts.) 
Wool, Raw and Waste and 
Woollen Rags. 
Woollen and Worsted Yarns 
and Manufactures. 
Monthly 
Average. 
1920 ... 
1921 ... 
1922 ... 
1923 ... 
1924 ... 
1925 ... 
1926 ... 
1927 ... 
1928 ... 
1929 ... 
1930 :— 
January 
February . 
March 
April 
May 
June 
July hn 
August ... 
September 
Drtaher 
Retained 
imports. 
{,796,959 
2,012,075 
2,995,274 
1,694,921 
3,619,240 
3,641,527 
3,130,305 
3,037,500 
3,054,601 
3 178.494 
c 
£,389,648 
3,171,783 
1,926,062 
2,495,663 
3,150,090 
(,616,087 
755,209 
1,099,164 
158,872 
129 00 
Exports. 
£ 
730,691 
377,137 
674,156 
812,440 
1,036,425 
958,623 
704,441 
872,600 
856,860 
201 R94 
582,204 
144,265 
514,184 
£70,624 
390,391 
103,498 
327,782 
328,204 
288,002 
226 101 
Retained 
Imports. 
2 
1,250,619 
492,616 
681,987 
865,336 
1,070,679 
1,089,756 
1,094,859 
1,141,117 
1,229,386 
1.161.737 
1,184,476 
1,051,420 
1,233,067 
1,000,120 
976,463 
929,937 
[057,429 
1,041,942 
1,065,640 
1 923 230 
Exports. 
£ 
11,238,254 
4,590,814 
4,873,182 
5,218,870 
5,649,776 
4,911,185 
4,276,056 
4,729,663 
4,741,442 
4 406.997 
4,482 477 
4,186,888 
3,488,531 
2,567,467 
2,411,867 
2,936,905 
3,260,506 
3,450,829 
3,032,745 
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