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US trade deficit up 1.9% in January on record goods imports

SILVER SPRING — The level of imported goods to the U.S. in January reached unprecedented levels and pushed the trade deficit 1.9% higher as the coronavirus pandemic continues to distort global commerce. The gap between the goods and services the United States sold and what it bought abroad rose to $68.2 billion from $67 billion in ...

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