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R Brock , Williams. Jones participated in review of this report Stouffer provided graphics, stylistic, and editorial assistance. Source: U. FTZ Board. Related Papers. Figure 1.

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Part , and the regulations of the U. Customs Service concerning zones at Title 19, Part 19 C. The decisions included approvals for 8 new general-purpose zones and 40 new subzones. Authority was also granted for the expansion of 17 existing general-purpose zones and 2 subzones. Other actions involved the granting of authority for revisions to zone plans, as well as approvals for new manufacturing activity.

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There were FTZ projects fully active during the year, with subzones in operation in over 88 of them. The number of facilities using subzone status increased to , with 21 new ones initiating the use of FTZ procedures and 17 discontinuing. Some 87 percent of zone activity took place at subzone facilities, which is consistent with the pattern of the past 15 years. The main products covered by restrictions included crude oil, steel, and food products. Appendix D contains comparative statistics for the past 5 years. The figures represent the latest statistical data available from grantees.

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Some are still under review. Over , persons were employed at facilities operating under FTZ status during the year compared with , persons last year and an average of , persons over the previous five years. The decisions included approvals for 8 new general-purpose zones and 40 new subzones. Authority was also granted for the expansion of 17 existing general-purpose zones and 2 subzones. Other actions involved the granting of authority for revisions to zone plans, as well as approvals for new manufacturing activity. There were FTZ projects fully active during the year, with subzones in operation in over 88 of them.


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The number of facilities using subzone status increased to , with 21 new ones initiating the use of FTZ procedures and 17 discontinuing. Some 87 percent of zone activity took place at subzone facilities, which is consistent with the pattern of the past 15 years.

The main products covered by restrictions included crude oil, steel, and food products.

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Appendix D contains comparative statistics for the past 5 years. The figures represent the latest statistical data available from grantees. Some are still under review. Over , persons were employed at facilities operating under FTZ status during the year compared with , persons last year and an average of , persons over the previous five years.

Foreign Trade Zones

Zones were used by over 2, firms during the year compared with 2, last year and an average of 2, over the previous five years. The main foreign-origin products received at zones are listed in Appendix E.

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