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The U.S. International Trade in Goods and Services Deficit increased in November 2016


The Nation's international trade deficit in goods and services has been increased to $45.2 billion in the month, November from $42.4 billion in October (revised),
as exports decreased and imports increased.

  • Exports decreased to $185.8 billion in November from $186.3 billion in October. Goods were $122.4 billion in November, down from $123.1 billion in October. Services were $63.5 billion in November, up from $63.2 billion in October.
  • Imports increased to $231.1 billion in November from $228.6 billion in October. Goods were $189.0 billion in November, up from $186.3 billion in October. Services were $42.1 billion in November, down from $42.3 billion in October.
  • For goods, the deficit was $66.6 billion in November, up from $63.2 billion in October. For services, the surplus was $21.4 billion in November, up from $20.9 billion in October.
Exports and imports database

A Profile of U.S. Importing and Exporting Companies, 2013 – 2014


The US census bureau provides information on identified companies and their known import or export value. Identified U.S companies are described as companies that can be linked to export or import transactions.
In 2014 the identified U.S. exporters reputed for $1,442 billion in exports or 88.9 percent of the total value of exported goods ($1,621 billion) and in 2014 the number of identified U.S. exporters was 304.5 thousand, down from 305.0 thousand again in 2013, the known value was revised to $1,406 billion.

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