Trade balance

The Hindu Business Line  Jul 8  Comment 
Hopes to persuade Trump administration to withdraw higher duties on steel, aluminium
Japan Today  Jul 6  Comment 
The U.S. trade deficit dropped in May to the lowest level in 19 months as U.S. exports rose to a record level. But the trade gap between the…
The Economic Times  Jul 4  Comment 
Relentless purchases of smartphones, TVs and the like have made electronics India’s 2nd-biggest import item after oil, and is pushing trade deficit wider.
Clusterstock  Jul 1  Comment 
President Donald Trump's trade policies are similar to protectionist trade policies of the 1980s. The US's trade policies in the 1980s did little to reduce the trade deficit and ended up costing American consumers more than they helped the...
Benzinga  Jun 27  Comment 
The US trade deficit in goods narrowed for the third consecutive month in May as improved export performance outweighed a modest rise in imports during the month. The Census Bureau reported that the US economy's goods deficit narrowed in April...
Reuters  Jun 20  Comment 
(Corrects paragraph 1 of June 15 story to clarify import bill, not volume, rose)
Channel News Asia  Jun 18  Comment 
Imports of US aircraft helped push Japan to a trade deficit in May, official data showed Monday, but experts said it was a temporary effect not linked to ongoing trade tensions.
Equitymaster  Jun 18  Comment 
Posted by Equitymaster        Indian share markets trimmed their day's losses and ended flat on Friday amid weakness in their Asian peers, that wobbled on Friday as investors braced for US tariffs against China. The S&P BSE Sensex...


Trade Balance, also known as net exports, measures the difference between the value of goods a country exports and the value of the goods it imports. A positive trade balance indicates the country has a trade surplus and a negative trade balance means the country has a trade deficit. A country's trade balance is an essential value when calculating gross domestic product and is also useful when measuring to degree to which a country relies on imported goods.

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