Decoding the Trade Deficit

Posted by jeckert on 02/11/2011

The U.S. trade deficit with China has hit a 3-month high according to the 2010 trade figures which were released this morning, yet exports were up.  This could only mean one thing, imports are up as well.

The Hill Blog decodes the numbers behind the growing trade gap, despite an increase in exports from the United States.

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