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Infographic: Trade Balances by U.S. State
Imports, exports, and trade balances by state, 2008 - 2016 (Q2)
Wyoming
Exports: $11.03
Imports: $17.58
Balance: ($6.55)
Wisconsin
Exports: $192.27
Imports: $194.08
Balance: ($1.81)
West Virginia
Exports: $64.23
Imports: $31.02
Balance: $33.21
Washington
Exports: $638.24
Imports: $423.90
Balance: $214.34
Virginia
Exports: $159.30
Imports: $203.33
Balance: ($44.03)
Vermont
Exports: $33.47
Imports: $36.21
Balance: ($2.74)
Utah
Exports: $126.45
Imports: $90.25
Balance: $36.20
Texas
Exports: $2,129.07
Imports: $2,502.68
Balance: ($373.61)
Tennessee
Exports: $259.97
Imports: $545.66
Balance: ($285.69)
South Dakota
Exports: $12.74
Imports: $8.20
Balance: $4.54
South Carolina
Exports: $224.57
Imports: $290.89
Balance: ($66.32)
Rhode Island
Exports: $19.02
Imports: $72.99
Balance: ($53.97)
Pennsylvania
Exports: $335.43
Imports: $708.94
Balance: ($373.51)
Oregon
Exports: $170.21
Imports: $135.91
Balance: $34.30
Oklahoma
Exports: $51.14
Imports: $87.81
Balance: ($36.67)
Ohio
Exports: $419.42
Imports: $549.00
Balance: ($129.58)
North Dakota
Exports: $33.14
Imports: $28.02
Balance: $5.12
North Carolina
Exports: $248.38
Imports: $425.98
Balance: ($177.60)
New York
Exports: $705.36
Imports: $1,111.55
Balance: ($406.19)
New Mexico
Exports: $24.58
Imports: $21.09
Balance: $3.49
New Jersey
Exports: $307.07
Imports: $1,057.15
Balance: ($750.08)
New Hampshire
Exports: $34.86
Imports: $90.78
Balance: ($55.92)
Nevada
Exports: $70.78
Imports: $69.80
Balance: $0.98
Nebraska
Exports: $59.33
Imports: $31.27
Balance: $28.06
Montana
Exports: $12.79
Imports: $45.26
Balance: ($32.47)
Missouri
Exports: $118.00
Imports: $142.65
Balance: ($24.65)
Mississippi
Exports: $89.74
Imports: $153.30
Balance: ($63.56)
Minnesota
Exports: $176.55
Imports: $269.88
Balance: ($93.33)
Michigan
Exports: $452.96
Imports: $958.40
Balance: ($505.44)
Massachusetts
Exports: $236.96
Imports: $291.89
Balance: ($54.93)
Maryland
Exports: $96.71
Imports: $219.46
Balance: ($122.75)
Maine
Exports: $25.86
Imports: $35.95
Balance: ($10.09)
Louisiana
Exports: $459.80
Imports: $546.41
Balance: ($86.61)
Kentucky
Exports: $208.66
Imports: $309.08
Balance: ($100.42)
Kansas
Exports: $100.00
Imports: $98.99
Balance: $1.01
Iowa
Exports: $114.20
Imports: $77.49
Balance: $36.71
Indiana
Exports: $282.85
Imports: $362.43
Balance: ($79.58)
Illinois
Exports: $536.04
Imports: $1,069.74
Balance: ($533.70)
Idaho
Exports: $46.16
Imports: $42.35
Balance: $3.81
Hawaii
Exports: $9.00
Imports: $45.45
Balance: ($36.45)
Georgia
Exports: $302.24
Imports: $637.33
Balance: ($335.09)
Florida
Exports: $512.63
Imports: $587.88
Balance: ($75.25)
District of Columbia
Exports: $12.89
Imports: $7.08
Balance: $5.81
Delaware
Exports: $45.24
Imports: $99.28
Balance: ($54.04)
Connecticut
Exports: $139.51
Imports: $195.58
Balance: ($56.07)
Colorado
Exports: $68.23
Imports: $107.49
Balance: ($39.26)
California
Exports: $1,400.20
Imports: $3,276.98
Balance: ($1,876.78)
Arkansas
Exports: $55.08
Imports: $64.64
Balance: ($9.56)
Arizona
Exports: $171.14
Imports: $157.68
Balance: $13.46
Alaska
Exports: $39.54
Imports: $16.42
Balance: $23.12
Alabama
Exports: $159.89
Imports: $164.03
Balance: ($4.14)
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Infographic: U.S. Trade Balance by Year since 1994
Opinion

Lifezette: Lighthizer Confirmation Could End Trade Policy Disputes

Kevin L. Kearns

President Donald Trump's trade agenda appears to be in some disarray, and is in danger of provoking a "trade war" — but not with another country. Instead, it's occurring within his administration. The Financial Times reported last week that Gary Cohn, head of the National Economic Council, is trying to sideline Peter Navarro, director of the newly minted National Trade Council.

The Hill: U.S. Steel's costly battle against China's cyber-hacking

Kevin L. Kearns

America cannot be a great power without a vibrant steel industry. Steel is the lifeblood of a healthy, wealth-creating manufacturing economy. That's why every major industrial country goes to great lengths to support its steel sector — except perhaps the United States.

Lifezette: Abe Visit Sets Stage for Global Trade Shuffle

Kevin L. Kearns

Wait for it. Here comes the Tokyo delegation — with lots of shiny trinkets and flattering words for President Donald Trump.

Lifezette: America Gets Raw Deal Protecting Trade Partners

Kevin L. Kearns

The New York Times certainly loves the globalist agenda. In a misleading infographic, they recently touted the benefits that America gains from its military defense of Europe and the Asia-Pacific region. The Times has, of course, bristled at president-elect Donald Trump's questioning of "what America puts in and gets out of global alliances." And so, reporters Max Fisher and Sergio Pecanha offered a seemingly data-driven counter-assessment of U.S. military spending throughout the world—an obvious rebuke of the incoming president's questioning of "internationalism."

Lifezette: China's Open Markets Hoax

Kevin L. Kearns

The global economic community got a news flash from Switzerland this week: China is the leading defender of global open markets and the global trading system — according to President Xi Jinping and the media echo chamber covering his speech. Pay no attention to Beijing's many negative actions and attributes, folks. Please ignore the dictatorial one-party rule, the wanton disregard for human rights, the jailing of all political opponents, the squelching of independent labor unions. Overlook the egregious violations of International Monetary Fund and World Trade Organization obligations, including flagrant government intervention in markets, manipulation of currency, subsidization of industries, and dumping of a wide range of industrial products — including steel — on world markets.

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Exposing Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP)

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