U.S. Trade Balance
The U.S. trade deficit has widened since 1991. Over the first five months of this year, the shortfall was $48.1 billion. Our largest deficits are with Japan, China, and our NAFTA partners.
Suggested citation: “U.S. Trade Balance,” Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, Economic Trends, no. 97-08, pp. 18, 08.01.1997.