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II-1.-Employment and Unemployment, 1940-68.--

II-2.-Rate of Employment, 1950-68..

II-3.-Family Income1963.-

II-4.- Per Capita Income by Regions, 1940-65.

II–5.—Employment by Major Industries—1968.---

11-6.-Trade Statistics fiscal years 1950-68..

11-7.—Total U.S. Exports to Principal Markets—1968.--

II-8.-Economic Indices, 1968 and Projected to 1975.-

II-9.-Relative Structure of Manufacturers, 1950-65 and Projected to

1975. ---

II-10.-Dry Cargo Between the United States and Puerto Rico by

Region, 1958–66.

II-11.-Principal Commodities from U.S. Atlantic Ports to Puerto Rico-

1967.---

III-1.-Percentage Comparison of Revenue Tons, 1954-62.

III-2.-Common Carrier Voyage Terminations by Region-1967.

III-3.–Scheduled Domestic Air Cargo Carriers U.S.-Puerto Rico Growth

Indices, 1958-67...

III-4.-Scheduled Domestic Air Cargo Carriers U.S.-Puerto Rico Market

Share, 1958 and 1967....

IV-1.-Sea-Land's North Atlantic Overall Rate Profile-1968.

IV-2.-Sea-Land's Truckload Rates From New York to San Juan

Compared with Foreign Rates From New York to United

Kingdom, Haiti, Santo Domingo, and Jamaica, June 1, 1968..

IV-3.-Sea-Land Compared to North Atlantic Southbound Rates—1968_

V-1.-Price-Transportation Cost Ratio and Markup on Consumer

Goods-1967

V-2.—Total Transportation Charge on Imports, 1945–67-

VI-1.—Stevedoring Wages (per hour) in San Juan 1960-68.

VI-2.-Dry Cargo Traffic at San Juan, 1958–68...

VI-3.—Dry Cargo Tons Handled at Puerto Nuevo Berths A Through

F During 1967–68.--

VI-4.-San Juan, Puerto Nuevo: Sea-Land's Allocation of Berthing

Space, Fiscal Years 1964-68.

VI-5.-Sea-Land's Transshipment Traffic-1967.

VI-6.-Seatrain's Peakload Container Requirements—1967-.

VI-7.- Old San Juan Piers Traffic-1968

VI-8.-Sea-Land's Average Cargo Handling Time At Puerto Nuevo,

San Juan—1967..

VI-9.-Puerto Rico's Public Warehouses—1969..

VI-10.-Dockage Rates In Puerto Rico-1968.

VI-11.-Wharfage Charges In Puerto Rico—1968.

VI-12.-Carrier Wharfage Charges—1969..

THE PUERTO RICAN TRADE

II-1.–Puerto Rico: Regions and Municipalities---

II-2.- Population of Puerto Rico: 1940–68.-

II-3.—Puerto Rico: U.S. Trade, G.N.P., and Per Capita Income:

1950–68, Projected to 1975.--

II-4.-Total Traffic To and From Puerto Rico, 1957-66.

III-1.-Major Transportation Systems and Regions: U.S. Mainland-

Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands 1969.

III-2.—Carrier Dry Cargo Traffic Between United States and Puerto

Rico: 1960–67, Projected to 1975.---
IV-1.–Freight Rate Structure: Total Rates Sea-Land Service, Inc. from

Elizabeth, N.J., to San Juan, P.R., September 1, 1960; June 1,

1968...
IV-2.-Freight Rate Structure: TL, LTL, and AQ, Sea-Land Service,

Inc. from Elizabeth, N.J. to San Juan, P.R.-June 1, 1968.--
IV-3.-Freight Rate Structure: TL Traffic, Sea-Land Service, Inc. from

Elizabeth, N.J. to San Juan, P.R., September 1, 1960; June 1,
1968...

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IV-4.-Ocean Freight Rates on Principal Moving Commodities of Sea

Land Service, Inc.-Trailerload Containerized Traffic from
Elizabeth, N.J. to San Juan, P.R., September 1, 1960; June 1,

1968.---
IV-5.–Ocean Freight Rates on Principal Moving Commodities of Sea-

Land Service, Inc.-Less Than Trailerload Containerized
Traffic from Elizabeth, N.J. to San Juan, P.R., September 1,

1960: June 1, 1968...
IV-6.-Freight Rate Structure: Total Rates TMT Trailer Ferry, Inc.

(C. Gordon Anderson, Trustee) from Jacksonville/Miami, Fla.

to San Juan, P.R., September 1, 1960; June 1, 1968.. IV-7.-Freight Rate Structure: Differentials-Total Rates from North

Atlantic, South Atlantic, and Gulf Ports to San Juan, P.R.

June 1, 1968.---
IV-8.-Ocean Freight Rates on Principal Moving Commodities of

TMT Trailer Ferry, Inc. (C. Gordon Anderson, Trustee)
From Miami/Jacksonville to San Juan, P.R., September 1,

1960; June 1, 1968.--
IV-9.-Freight Rate Structure: Total Rates, Gulf-Puerto Rico Lines,

Inc. From New Orleans, La., to San Juan, P.R., February 15,

1961; June 1, 1968.. IV-10.-Ocean Freight Rates on Principal Moving Commodities on Gulf

Puerto Rico Lines, Inc. From New Orleans, La., to San Juan,

P.R., September 1, 1961; June 1, 1968.-
IV-11.–Freight Rate Structure: Differentials—TL Traffic Sea-Land

Service, Inc. From North Atlantic and West Coast Ports to

San Juan, P.R.-June 1, 1968..
IV-12.-Freight Rate Structure: Differentials-Total Rates Sea-Land

Service, Inc. From North Atlantic and West Coast Ports, San

Juan, P.R.—June 1, 1968.--
IV-13.-Freight Rate Structure: Differentials-TL Traffic From North

Atlantic, South Atlantic, and Gulf Ports to San Juan, P.R.

June 1, 1968....
IV-14.—Comparison of Sea-Land Service, Inc.'s, Rates on Trailerload

Shipments to the Corresponding Rates of TMT Trailer Ferry,
Inc. and Gulf-Puerto Rico Lines, Inc. From U.S. Mainland

Ports To San Juan, P.R., June 1, 1968..
V-1.-Indices of Ocean Freight Rates, Retail Prices, and Traffic Vol-

ume Compared—1958–67..
VI-1.-Port and Terminal Facilities of Puerto Rico..
VI-2.-Container, Breakbulk, and Bulk Traffic: San Juan, P.R.-

1958 to 1968.--.
VI-3.-Puerto Nuevo, San Juan Berthing, Warehousing Facilities
VI-4.—Isla Grande, San Juan Berthing, Warehousing Facilities -
VI-5.-Old San Juan Piers and Warehousing Facilities -
VI-6.—Mayagüez Terminal..--
VII-1.-Containership Pickup and Delivery Zones in Puerto Rico-

1969..

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