Chart of the Day: Despite Tariffs, U.S.-China Trade Gap Hits Record
China’s trade surplus in goods with the U.S. set a new record of $31.05 billion in August, up from $28.09 billion the month before, according to Chinese customs data.
The country’s accumulative trade surplus in goods with the U.S. in the first eight months reached $193.11 billion, a year-on-year increase of 13.7%, according to Caixin calculations based on customs data.
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