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April 1984, Vol. 107, No. 4
Robust growth and the strong dollar
set pattern for 1983 import and export prices
Declining energy costs, the slower pace of recovery abroad, and developing nations' efforts to service heavy international debt loads were also important factors in price developments; a new all-commodities export price index was published for the fourth quarter.
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