CONSIDERABLE falls in Hongkong-manufactured electrical appliances, footwear, radios and made-up textile exports helped drag total growth in volume of domestic exports from the territory for 1992 down to a meagre 0.3 per cent. The volume of re-exports, on the other hand, leapt by 28 per cent and imports by 22 per cent during the year, according to government statistics. Prices of domestic exports and re-exports rose one per cent and 0.7 per cent respectively, while average import prices rose 0.2 per cent. While prices in the services sector rose sharply last year due to exceptional economic growth in Hongkong and southern China, export prices were held back as local manufacturers fought for trade in depressed world markets. Domestic electrical appliances saw the largest fall in export volumes of all Hongkong-made products, slipping 38 per cent last year. Footwear exports fell by 27 per cent, radios by 25 per cent and made-up textiles and related articles by 20 per cent. On a brighter note, the biggest climbers were electrical components, rising 31 per cent, and metal ores and scrap, 7.6 per cent. While average commodity export prices rose by far less than the overall Hongkong inflation rate, there were a handful of significant movers. Export prices of made-up textiles and related articles rose 6.1 per cent, footwear by 3.9 per cent and clothing by 3.8 per cent.