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Table 4.—Net Income and Profit-Type Return of Nonbank U.S. Affiliates, by Industry of Affiliate, 1991 and 1992

[Millions of dollars]

Net income Profit-type return/1/
1991 1992 1991 1992
All industries -11,018 -20,492 -1,669 2,103
Petroleum 508 -450 2,962 2,855
Manufacturing -3,265 -8,661 169 1,882
Food and kindred products 210 226 236 440
Chemicals and allied products 3,886 -1,288 4,386 4,443
Primary and fabricated metals -1,072 -2,114 -572 -475
Machinery -3,105 -2,366 -1,992 -1,531
Other manufacturing -3,186 -3,119 -1,890 -994
Wholesale trade -1,284 -223 6 865
Retail trade -614 -2,113 125 -142
Finance, except banking -839 828 75 525
Insurance 2,602 2,274 1,498 1,908
Real estate -3,370 -4,850 -2,291 -2,703
Services -3,737 -3,067 -3,295 -2,253
Of which:
Hotels and other lodging places -1,458 -1,591 -1,504 -1,593
Motion pictures, including television tape and film -1,365 -1,175 -1,220 -618
Other industries -1,019 -4,231 -919 -835
Of which:
Transportation -1,046 -1,371 -1,252 -1,192
Communication and public utilities -274 -2,347 -492 -40
  1. This measure of operating profits is a component of gross product originating in U.S. affiliates. It is before income taxes; excludes capital gains, income from investments, and other nonoperating income; is before deduction of depletion charges; and includes an inventory valuation adjustment.