Dec. 14, 2006 -- Prices for all imports into the U.S. market rose by 0.2 percent in November, while export prices rose by 0.4 percent, the Labor Department reported on Thursday.
Excluding imported petroleum prices, which fell by 1.6 percent, total import prices increased by 0.7, the report said.
Gains in export prices, which declined in the past two months, were led by a 4.4 percent increase in agricultural goods, the report said.
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