US Trade Gap Widened to Record $74.4 Billion in March


The U. S trade deficit widened in March to an all time high of more than $74 billion. Exports increased during the month. But imports rose even more as American consumers continued to snap up products made overseas, including clothing, furniture and sporting goods. International tourist visits to the U. S typically help defray the deaths. It's somewhat but the pandemic continues to be a drag on foreign travelers. The goods deficit with China accounts for nearly half the total U. S trade

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