For the  month ended May 31, 1970, the trade surplus for the United States of America came to US$334.4 million, according to figures released by the Commerce Department.  [G. Dempsey note: This means that foreign companies and individuals were buying more American-made goods than we were buying of their goods.]  (SOURCE:  New York Daily News, July 28, 1970, page 36).

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