.5% increase in the cost of U.S. imports in October, per the bureau of labor statistics. Per the friday, October 9th, 8:30 A.M. report by the bureau of labor statistics, there was a .5% increase in the cost of U.S. imports into the United States in October 2012.
The BLS, Bureau of Labor Statistics reported further that the prices of all imports increased for the third consecutive month in October, increasing .5% after a 1.1% increase in September, and a 1.2% rise in August.
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