To shoot holes in the trade of other nations with the British Commonwealth is the aim of the Imperial Economic Conference at Ottawa, whether or not any bull's-eyes are hit. As between the U. S. and Canada, what hits may be made? Last week anxious traders . analyzed Canadian-U. S. trade as follows, using statistics of 1930, the last approximately normal trade year:

Exports from the U. S. to Canada were worth $10,000,000 or more in each of 13 categories:

Millions of Dollars

Bituminous coal 50

Iron & steel...

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