Building Products Import Statistics

An Expert's View about Building Products and Construction in Japan

Posted on: 28 Mar 2012

Summary

Total imports of building products to Japan for the twelve-month period from January to  December 2011 increased 10.3% to 1,109.7 billion yen (about US$13.92 billion at 79.70 yen/US$), compared to 1,006.3 billion yen (about US$11.46 billion at 87.78 yen/US$) for the same period in 2010. Imports from the United States decreased 0.8% to 69.0 billion yen (US$865.21 million) from January to December 2011, compared to 69.5 billion yen (US$792.16 million) in the same period in 2010.

Value of Imports of Building Products

The following tables show the value of the total imports of building products and the imports of building products from the United States by Harmonized System Code (HS Code). The HS Codes in the tables include most building products, both residential and non-residential, and show trends in both total imports and imports from the United States. The Harmonized System Codes (HS Codes), also known as Harmonized Tariff Schedule (HTS) codes and shown in the tables below, are the standard international codes used for trade and to categorize products. For example, wooden windows and doors are included in HS Code 4418. Steel, aluminum and vinyl doors are included in HS Code 7308, 7610 and 3925, respectively.

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Posted: 28 March 2012

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