25 Apr 2019 But U.S. imports from Mexico were up around $3 billion in January and February. Trump has expressed concern about the growing trade deficit Canada's merchandise trade deficit with the world widened in January, as exports fell more Mexico, 706, 37, -14.0, 1,683, 28, -6.0 There were lower exports to European countries (mainly Italy, Germany and Belgium), as well as to China. Trade Report: No China Progress, Deficit With EU, Canada, Mexico, Japan Rising. Mish. Sep 4, 2019. As revised, the US trade deficit fell slightly in July but the 18 Feb 2020 Top 5 Countries Where the U.S. Has a Negative Trade Balance. 1. China: -$346 billion 2. Mexico: -$102 billion 3. Japan: -$69 billion 4. Germany The U.S. deficit with Mexico was $101.75 billion. Through December 2019, the top five among the nation's airports, seaports and border crossings were No. 1 Port 6 Jun 2019 The merchandise-trade gap with China increased to $29.4 billion while the Mexico deficit narrowed to $7.9 billion.
20 May 2018 Trump has continued to defend the lifeline he offered to Chinese Donald Trump's views on the trade deficit are not a passing fad. particular the $71 billion goods trade deficit with Mexico – is the primary goal for the US in
Balance of Trade 2014. China, Euro Area, Japan, Mexico, Pacific, Canada, Middle East, Lat. America, Total by Product. Computer, -151.9, 3.4, -8.0, -11.0, - 26.1 Mexico's trade deficit narrowed sharply to USD 2415.8 million in January of 2020 from USD 4642.5 million in the Others include: China, Japan and Germany. Mexico - $615 billion traded with a $102 billion deficit. Canada - $612 billion traded with a $27 billion deficit. China - $559 billion traded with a $346 billion deficit. The U.S. data report a $19.1 billion goods deficit with Canada in 2018, and a $80.7 billion goods deficit with Mexico. Both countries, however, reported
1986 : U.S. trade in goods with China NOTE: All figures are in millions of U.S. dollars on a nominal basis, not seasonally adjusted unless otherwise specified. Details may not equal totals due to rounding.
15 Oct 2018 The usual suspects (behind U.S. trade deficits): China, Canada, Mexico, Japan, and Germany. A long-term lineup of U.S. trading partners.