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U.S. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS . Inland freight in Canada and Mexico - This addition is made for inland freight in Canada and Mexico. The U.S. merchandise trade deficit with the rest of the world grew by $83.0 billion (10.4 percent) to $878.7 billion in 2018. Most errors involve missing or invalid commodity classification codes and missing or incorrect quantities or shipping weights. Merchandise trade statistics data for United States (USA) exports, to partner countries including trade value, number of product exported, Partner Share, and share in total products for year 2018 The deficit with China increased $3.2 billion to $38.7 billion in December. tradeshifts@usitc.gov. The United States International Trade Commission is an independent, nonpartisan, quasi-judicial federal agency that fulfills a range of trade-related mandates. For 2018, the goods and services deficit increased $68.8 billion, or 12.5 percent, from 2017. The Census Bureau recommends that data users incorporate this information into their analyses, as nonsampling errors could impact the conclusion drawn from the results. Dominican Republic-Central America-United States Free Trade Agreement (CAFTA-DR): Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua. 10  The $346 billion deficit with China was created by $452 billion in imports. [4] USITC DataWeb/USDOC, digest AG030 (accessed March 15, 2019). The U.S. trade deficit with China rises from $273.1 billion in 2010 to an all-time high of $295.5 billion in 2011. Average imports decreased $0.4 billion to $263.7 billion in December. [14] Exports of U.S. merchandise to other major trading partners such as Japan, Germany, South Korea, and the United Kingdom also experienced gains over the previous year (table US.3). During the last five reported years the imports of United States changed by $245B from $2.16T in 2013 to $2.41T in 2018. Exports of goods increased $118.5 billion to $1,671.8 billion in 2018. Exhibit 19 shows goods (Census basis) that are seasonally adjusted for selected countries and world areas. Personal travel covers travel for all non-business purposes, including for medical or educational purposes. [8] China continued to be the main supplier for U.S. imports of merchandise and was the third leading destination for U.S. exports. Tariff Data for specific products, Tariff Programs, Agency Planning, Budget and Financial Reports, U.S. Trade by Industry Sector and Selected Trading Partners, Miscellaneous Tariff Bill (MTB) Information Page. The value of U.S. exports of chemicals and related products, as well as transportation equipment, posted the next-largest gains in 2018, growing by $15.7 billion (7.0 percent) and $12.4 billion (3.8 percent), respectively. The full release can be found at www.census.gov/foreign-trade/Press-Release/current_press_release/index.html or www.bea.gov/data/intl-trade-investment/international-trade-goods-and-services. U.S. foreign direct investment (FDI) in China (stock) was $116.2 billion in 2019, a 6.3% increase from 2018. Purchases can be either for own use or for gifts to others. Financial services - Includes financial intermediary and auxiliary services, except insurance services. 2018 : U.S. trade in goods with Russia . [7], In contrast, some product groups experienced a decline in import values. Industrial supplies and materials increased $68.4 billion. The United States has a services trade deficit of an estimated $5.4 billion with India in 2019, down 4.6% from 2018. Computer accessories increased $0.7 billion. Administrative Law Judges conduct the trial phase of Commission investigations under section 337 of the Tariff Act of 1930 (19 U.S.C. The decline in US exports took place even before trade war rhetoric between the United States and China began to heat up. After the initial revision, no further revisions are made to a month until more complete source data become available in March, June, September, and December. Merchandise Trade, 2014, 2015, https://www.usitc.gov/research_and_analysis/trade_shifts_2014/trade_metrics.htm. Data users should use caution drawing comparisons between the two sets of seasonally adjusted series.   South Korea Among the agricultural products that saw increases were cereals ($2.4 billion, 13.1 percent),[4] animal feeds ($2.0 billion, 16.7 percent),[5] and cattle and beef ($1.1 billion, 15.2 percent). The next largest suppliers of merchandise to the United States were Mexico and Canada, accounting for 26 percent of the total imports in 2018. Net exports of goods under merchanting - This addition is made to include the net value of the purchase and subsequent resale of goods abroad without the goods entering the United States. Additional statistics, including not seasonally adjusted statistics and details for goods on a Census basis, are available in exhibits 1-20b of this release. ), Table US.3 All merchandise sectors: U.S. total exports, general imports, and merchandise trade balance, by selected trading partners and groups, 2014–18. Goods by Selected Countries and Areas: Monthly – Census Basis (exhibit 19). However, the data are still subject to several types of nonsampling errors. However, the customs value for imports for certain Canadian and Mexican goods is the point of origin in Canada or Mexico.   Textiles and Apparel Imports of services increased $15.4 billion to $557.9 billion in 2018. China retaliates with 25% duties on $16 billion of U.S. goods. 2018 International Trade Webinars Archive. Imports increased $217.7 billion or 7.5 percent. Unlike the commodity-based adjustments discussed above, these adjustments are developed and applied directly at the country and world area levels. Other business services - Consists of research and development services, professional and management consulting services, and technical, trade-related, and other business services. Goods (BOP basis) and services by country and area.   Chemicals and Related https://www.usitc.gov/research_and_analysis/trade_shifts_2014/trade_metrics.htm. The Harmonized System describes and measures the characteristics of the goods and is the basis for the systems used in the United States: Schedule B for exports and Harmonized Tariff Schedule for imports. S&P 500: +1.00%. The definitions of the world areas shown in exhibit 20 are consistent with the definitions for goods on a Census basis (see Area groupings above) with a few exceptions. Imports of goods on a Census basis increased $200.8 billion. Claim: The US is suffering from a trade imbalance, with a trade deficit of $800bn (£579bn) in 2017. Goods trade in the Advance Economic Indicators Report. Deductions for equipment repairs (parts and labor), repairs to U.S. vessels abroad, and developed motion picture film.   Japan Import duties, freight, insurance, and other charges incurred in bringing merchandise to the United States are excluded. These products represent leading edge technology in that field. Combined, U.S. exports to these two countries accounted for one-third of all U.S. exports of merchandise in 2018. Nonetheless, this increase is far larger than the $6 million increase in footwear imports from 2016 to 2017. Average imports increased $12.4 billion from December 2017. Other business services, which includes research and development services; professional and management services; and technical, trade-related, and other services, increased $8.5 billion. Manufactured goods conform to the NAICS; they consist of goods that have been mechanically, physically, or chemically transformed. Border Patrol Sectors. Figure US.2 Total trade between the United States and its five largest single-country trading partners, 2018 (billion $), While the value of U.S. exports to China decreased by $9.6 billion (7.4 percent) from 2017 to 2018, the value of exports to Canada and Mexico increased over the same period, gaining $16.5 billion (5.8 percent) and $21.7 billion (8.9 percent), respectively. They reflect the opinions and research of individual authors and are not the views of the U.S. International Trade Commission or any of its individual Commissioners. Because these goods do not cross the U.S. customs frontier, their value is not recorded in the Census data. This product- and commodity-based measure of advanced technology differs from broader NAICS-based measures, which include all goods produced by a particular industry group, regardless of the level of technology embodied in the goods. (For more information, see the Agricultural Products chapter. 2017 Features of ACE Exports Archive.   Machinery Copy link. USITC’s current Strategic Plan, along with previous editions and related documents including USITC’s Budget Justifications and Performance Plans, Annual Performance Reports and Performance and Accountability Reports. U.S. Trade by Industry Sector and Selected Trading Partners Re-exports, which are included in overall export totals, appear as separate line items in exhibit 15. Informational listing regarding the Harmonized Tariff. Table reflects only those months for which there was trade. In 2016, the goods and services trade between the two countries totaled $627.8 billion. However, quarterly statistics on goods on a BOP basis and on services that are seasonally adjusted by geography are shown in exhibit 20. The bi-partisan USITC Commission is comprised of six Commissioners who are nominated by the President and confirmed by the U.S. Senate. Merchandise Trade Statistics: A Quality Profile, Advance Report Frequently Asked Questions, ITA Table 2.4. As regulations regarding cross-border trade continue to increase, international shippers need to mitigate their risks This amount of deficit growth surpassed the deficit increase of 2017, reached the highest absolute level of growth, and attained the highest yearly growth from 2014 to 2018 (table US.1). ), Table US.2 All merchandise sectors: Leading changes in U.S. exports and imports, 2014–18, Aircraft, spacecraft, and related equipment (TE013), Aircraft engines and gas turbines (TE001), Computers, peripherals, and parts (EL017), The value of U.S. general imports increased for the 10 merchandise sectors included in the report, rising a combined $200.8 billion (8.6 percent) to $2.5 trillion from 2017 to 2018. Merchandise Trade Statistics: A Quality Profile" (October 2014) for a detailed discussion of errors affecting the goods data. China–US Trade Disputes in 2018: An Overview. As a percentage of U.S. gross domestic product, the goods and services deficit was 3.0 percent in 2018, up from 2.8 percent in 2017. The U.S. trade deficit has been steadily increasing since 2009 and is … The real goods deficit increased $10.0 billion to $91.6 billion in December. NOTE: All figures are in millions of U.S. dollars on a nominal basis, not seasonally adjusted unless otherwise specified. Meanwhile, U.S. exports of aircraft engines and gas turbines declined $766 million (7.7 percent), a decrease that was led by lower exports to countries including Saudi Arabia, Hungary, Singapore, and Canada. - Includes goods and services supplied by and to enclaves, such as embassies, military bases, and international organizations; goods and services acquired from the host economy by diplomats, consular staff, and military personnel located abroad and their dependents; and services supplied by and to governments that are not included in other services categories. The USITC conducts investigations on matters involving international trade and industry competitiveness. Information services include news agency services, database services, and web search portals. However, they can affect the detailed commodity statistics. Download the Brief The Issue Sub-Saharan African countries are experiencing economic distress from the U.S.-China trade war. Undocumented shipments: Federal regulations require importers, exporters, or their agents to report all merchandise shipments above established exemption levels. For total exports and imports, data users should refer to the commodity-based totals shown in the other exhibits. For November, unadjusted exports of goods were revised down $0.1 billion and unadjusted imports of goods were revised up $0.1 billion. Seasonally adjusted data are also revised to reflect recalculated seasonal and trading-day adjustments. The United States-Nepal Council on Trade and Investment, under the United States-Nepal Trade and Investment Framework Agreement (TIFA) View Full Release. Exports increased $148.9 billion or 6.3 percent. Exports of goods decreased $3.9 billion to $135.6 billion in December. For goods on a BOP basis and for services, European Union and OPEC reflect the composition of the areas at the time of reporting. Monthly country and area detail is not available for goods on a BOP basis or for services. Those six countries together supplied about half of the total U.S. imports within this sector. Looking at the period 2008 to 2018, the EU had a trade in goods surplus (meaning larger exports than imports) with the United States. Excludes such services in which the cost is included in the price of the goods and is not billed separately or is declared as a part of the price of the goods on the import or export declaration filed with the U.S. Customs and Border Protection. [27] USITC DataWeb/USDOC, digest MM020 (accessed March 15, 2019). Monthly revisions: Monthly data include actual month's transactions as well as a small number of transactions for previous months. Imports of goods were revised up $0.2 billion. Opinions and Reports that include Trade Shifts, Recent Trends, Services Trade,Year in Trade, Safeguards. The trade deficits for electronic products ($13.6 billion, 6.3 percent) and transportation equipment ($12.5 billion, 11.4 percent) increased by the second- and third-largest dollar amounts, respectively, from 2017 to 2018 (table US.1). However, this increase was tempered by a decrease in exports of two product groups within this sector—motor vehicles[2] (down $1.2 billion, or 1.5 percent) and aircraft engines and gas turbines[3] (down $766 million, or 7.7 percent) (table US.2). A listing of the USITC offices and contact information. Total US investment in the EU is three times higher than in all of Asia. This agreed consultation will help to inform our overall approach to our future trade relationship and trade negotiations with the US. The United States did not experience deficit growth in all merchandise sectors. In the following month, this estimate is replaced, in the news release exhibits only, with the actual value of late receipts and corrections. Next release: March 27, 2019, at 8:30 A.M. EDT, U.S. International Trade in Goods and Services, January 2019. Exports decreased $1.3 billion to $21.1 billion and imports increased $0.8 billion to $29.9 billion. Issued on: December 11, 2020. Data adjusted for seasonal variation on a real, or chained-dollar, basis (2012 reference year) are presented in exhibits 10 and 11. Country Shifts (Interactive Graphics) The USITC (Office of Tariff Affairs and Trade Agreements) is responsible for publishing the Harmonized Tariff Schedule of the United States Annotated (HTSA). How are trading partner/regional groups defined? If you have questions or need additional information, please contact the Census Bureau, Economic Indicators Division, on (800) 549-0595, option 4, or at eid.international.trade.data@census.gov. Real exports of goods decreased $2.2 billion to $146.8 billion. Several recurring reports are published annually as part of the Commission’s mission to provide independent tariff, trade, and competitiveness-related analysis and information. Country detail data and commodity detail data, based on the Standard International Trade Classification (SITC) Revision 4 and the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS), are not revised monthly. The statistics provide detail on U.S. trade in services by type and by country and area and detail on services supplied through affiliates by industry and by country and area. The most significant of these include reporting errors, undocumented shipments, timeliness, data capture errors, and errors in the estimation of low-valued transactions. (For more information, see the Energy-related Products, Transportation Equipment, and Chemicals and Related Products chapters. 11  The main U.S. imports from China in 2018 were electrical machinery, machinery, and furniture and bedding. Combined, these three sectors accounted for about 53 percent of the total value increase in U.S. general imports during this period. Gold imports, nonmonetary - This addition is made for gold sold by foreign official agencies to private purchasers out of stock held at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. In 2017, these countries accounted for 46 percent of the total U.S. trade. The deficit increased from $62.1 billion in September (revised) to $63.1 billion in October, as imports increased more than exports. Other business services increased $7.0 billion. Deficits were recorded, in billions of dollars, with China ($419.2), European Union ($169.3), Mexico ($81.5), Germany ($68.3), Japan ($67.6), Ireland ($46.8), Italy ($31.6), Malaysia ($26.5), India ($21.3), OPEC ($21.2), Canada ($19.8), Thailand ($19.3), Switzerland ($18.9), South Korea ($17.9), France ($16.2), Taiwan ($15.5), Russia ($14.1), Indonesia ($12.6), and Saudi Arabia ($10.5). Goods by Selected Countries and Areas – Census Basis (exhibits 14 and 14a). These revisions are reflected in totals, end-use, commodity, and country summary data. Goods carry-over in December was $0.2 billion (0.1 percent) for exports and $0.2 billion (0.1 percent) for imports. Monthly revisions: Each month, a preliminary estimate for the current month and a revised estimate for the immediately preceding month are released. This method preserves the pattern of the monthly indicator series, if available, while satisfying the annual aggregation constraints. This adjustment for price change is done using the Fisher chain-weighted methodology. Because only goods trade on a Census basis by principal end-use category is available in the Advance Report, BEA applies adjustments, such as BOP and coverage adjustments, to the Advance Report statistics to produce detailed estimates for incorporation into the advance GDP estimate. Exports increased $0.4 billion to $7.7 billion and imports increased $3.6 billion to $46.4 billion. The next release of the ITAs is scheduled for March 27, 2019. Further, U.S. exports of steel mill products were $954 million (7.1 percent) lower in 2018 than in 2017, driven by lower exports to Canada and Mexico. December exports were $205.1 billion, $3.9 billion less than November exports. The deflators are primarily based on the monthly price indexes published by the BLS using techniques developed for the NIPAs by BEA. Data users should use caution drawing comparisons between the two sets of seasonally adjusted series. Africa: Algeria, Angola, Benin, Botswana, British Indian Ocean Territories, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cabo Verde, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Chad, Comoros, Congo (Brazzaville), Congo (Kinshasa), Djibouti, Egypt, Equatorial Guinea, Eritrea, Eswatini, Ethiopia, French Southern and Antarctic Lands, Gabon, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Ivory Coast, Kenya, Lesotho, Liberia, Libya, Madagascar, Malawi, Mali, Mauritania, Mauritius, Mayotte, Morocco, Mozambique, Namibia, Niger, Nigeria, Reunion, Rwanda, St. Helena, Sao Tome and Principe, Senegal, Seychelles, Sierra Leone, Somalia, South Africa, South Sudan, Sudan, Tanzania, Togo, Tunisia, Uganda, Western Sahara, Zambia, Zimbabwe. Civilian aircraft engines increased $7.9 billion. Canadian estimates: Effective with January 2001 statistics, the current month data for exports to Canada contain an estimate for late arrivals and corrections. Recent Trends BEA also publishes more detailed quarterly and annual statistics for net adjustments in ITA Table 2.4. 2018 Special 301 Report . [22] The increase in U.S. general imports from Canada was led by imports of crude petroleum[23] and motor vehicles,[24] which were at their highest levels in the last five years. Trade (% of GDP) from The World Bank: Data. Trade Balance. In addition, U.S. imports of coffee and tea decreased $596 million (8.3 percent), driven by lower imports of these products from Canada, Vietnam, Colombia, and Brazil. Operation of the Trade Agreements Program . Annual revisions: Each June, not seasonally adjusted goods data are revised to redistribute monthly data that arrived too late for inclusion in the month of transaction. These categories are used as the basis for computing the seasonal and trading-day adjusted data. Low-valued transactions: The total values of transactions valued as much as or below $2,500 for exports and $2,000 ($250 for certain quota items) for imports are estimated for each country, using factors based on the ratios of low-valued shipments to individual country totals for past periods. Industrial supplies and materials decreased $2.1 billion. China, Canada, and Mexico continued to be the top U.S. trading partners in 2018 (figure US.2). Exports of goods on a Census basis decreased $3.7 billion. For total exports and imports, data users should refer to the by-commodity and by-service type totals shown in the other exhibits. Why are your data different from other trade data? [26] USITC DataWeb/USDOC, digest FP002 (accessed March 15, 2019). Maintenance and repair of computers are included under computer services, and some maintenance and repair of ships, aircraft, and other transport equipment are included under transport services. Other petroleum products increased $14.4 billion. Exports of services increased $30.4 billion to $828.1 billion in 2018. Pacific Rim: Australia, Brunei, China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Korea (South), Macau, Malaysia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan. Each month, the U.S. Census Bureau revises the aggregate seasonally adjusted (current and real, or chained-dollar) and unadjusted export, import, and trade balance figures, as well as the end-use totals for the prior month. Imports of goods increased $5.1 billion to $217.2 billion in December. Table reflects only those months for which there was trade. All statistics referenced are seasonally adjusted; statistics are on a balance of payments basis unless otherwise specified. Auxiliary insurance services include agents' commissions, brokerage services, insurance consulting services, actuarial services, and other insurance services. The use of Canada's import data to produce U.S. export data requires several alignments in order to compare the two series. About 500 of some 22,000 Schedule B and Harmonized Tariff Schedule classification codes used in reporting U.S. merchandise trade are identified as "advanced technology" codes, and they meet the following criteria: The aggregation of the goods results in a measure of advanced technology trade that appears in exhibits 16 and 16a. Such products constitute a significant part of all items covered in the selected classification code. The US, the world's biggest economy, slipped seven places to 10th, while China fell six places to 20th. Imports from Mexico rose $32.3 billion (10.3 percent), while imports from Canada grew by $19.2 billion (6.4 percent) in the same period (table US.3). In 2018, the United States was the largest partner for EU exports of goods (21 % of total extra-EU exports) and second largest for EU imports of goods (14 % of total extra-EU imports), after China (20 %). 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