Why does the United States import oil?
the united states imports oil cause the united states uses more oil than it produces
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Alaska is important to the United States because it is such a beautiful country. it has some magnificent animals, people and landscapes.
From the CIA World Factbook : agricultural products 4.9%, industrial supplies 32.9% (crude oil 8.2%), capital goods 30.4% (computers, telecommunications equipment, motor vehic…le parts, office machines, electric power machinery), consumer goods 31.8% (automobiles, clothing, medicines, furniture, toys) (2003)
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Guam is important to the US. because it houses a few military bases that is important to the UR'S. national security.
700 million barelles a year
anything really besides oil
Cuba was known as "America's getaway." Before Fidel Castro took over the government, Cuba was really popular for tourism. Cuba also had many items and foods that people from A…merica couldn't easily get. Such as Cuban Cigars and some rare tropical fruits. Cuba used to be a huge ally with U.S.A.
It is 90 miles of the Florida coast and many people in Miami are from Havanna. These things make it important.
A unit is just a designation used to describe a physical quantity of something. Units are extremely important. Just imagine someone saying "My mass is 70". What does that mean…? 70 kilograms? 70 pounds? 70 tonnes?
The US imports many things from Europe. Some being, soap, different varieties of candy, car parts, food, cell phones, clothes, and many many ideas. I hope this answered your q…uestion. :)
The capital of the US, and any country, has great importance. It is the head of government for the country and almost all official business is conducted here.
The Department of Defense is important for the United States to keep the people safe from terrorists. The DOD is in place for safety reasons. It is a necessary part of the US….
The United States imports goods and services today worth millions of dollars. Some common goods that the United States imports is crude oil, natural gas, and petroleum produc…ts.
The Mississippi River is animportant waterway in the United States. It runs from the GreatLakes to the Gulf of Mexico.