Manufacturing Trade Deficit by Country

Billions of USD
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A manufacturing deficit in trade occurs when a country’s imports of manufactured goods exceeds its exports in a given year.

This graph shows the United States’ yearly trade deficits in manufactured goods between 1985 and 2019 vis-à-vis six selected countries.

In 2019, the United States imported $340 billion more manufactured goods from China than it exported to China.​

Place and move your cursor on the graph on the right to see the United States’ trade deficit number in each year vis-à-vis the selected countries. Click on the horizontal arrows to see the labels (colors) for various countries.