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On 2018-02-06, xyzzy<> wrote:
> US trade gap hits $566 billion in 2017, highest since 2008
> WASHINGTON (AP) ??? The U.S. trade deficit hit the highest level in
> nine years in 2017, defying President Donald Trump???s efforts to
> bring more balance to America???s trade relationships.
> The Commerce Department said Tuesday that the trade gap in goods and
> services rose to $566 billion last year, the highest level since
> $708.7 billion in 2008. Imports set a record $2.9 trillion, swamping
> exports of $2.3 trillion.

Yawn. Trade deficits are so 1980s. 

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