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Infographic: Trade Balances by U.S. State
Imports, exports, and trade balances by state, 2008 - 2016 (Q2)
Wyoming
Exports: $10.73
Imports: $17.36
Balance: ($6.63)
Wisconsin
Exports: $187.04
Imports: $187.95
Balance: ($0.91)
West Virginia
Exports: $62.75
Imports: $30.29
Balance: $32.46
Washington
Exports: $617.11
Imports: $412.16
Balance: $204.95
Virginia
Exports: $155.14
Imports: $196.37
Balance: ($41.23)
Vermont
Exports: $32.74
Imports: $35.32
Balance: ($2.58)
Utah
Exports: $123.47
Imports: $86.84
Balance: $36.63
Texas
Exports: $2,069.01
Imports: $2,443.37
Balance: ($374.36)
Tennessee
Exports: $252.06
Imports: $526.47
Balance: ($274.41)
South Dakota
Exports: $12.44
Imports: $7.95
Balance: $4.49
South Carolina
Exports: $216.58
Imports: $282.46
Balance: ($65.88)
Rhode Island
Exports: $18.40
Imports: $70.71
Balance: ($52.31)
Pennsylvania
Exports: $325.84
Imports: $689.09
Balance: ($363.25)
Oregon
Exports: $164.07
Imports: $131.24
Balance: $32.83
Oklahoma
Exports: $49.84
Imports: $85.84
Balance: ($36.00)
Ohio
Exports: $406.42
Imports: $532.16
Balance: ($125.74)
North Dakota
Exports: $32.04
Imports: $27.40
Balance: $4.64
North Carolina
Exports: $240.62
Imports: $414.38
Balance: ($173.76)
New York
Exports: $685.74
Imports: $1,079.36
Balance: ($393.62)
New Mexico
Exports: $23.65
Imports: $20.52
Balance: $3.13
New Jersey
Exports: $299.37
Imports: $1,029.36
Balance: ($729.99)
New Hampshire
Exports: $33.74
Imports: $88.66
Balance: ($54.92)
Nevada
Exports: $68.01
Imports: $67.03
Balance: $0.98
Nebraska
Exports: $57.66
Imports: $30.46
Balance: $27.20
Montana
Exports: $12.41
Imports: $44.27
Balance: ($31.86)
Missouri
Exports: $114.63
Imports: $138.19
Balance: ($23.56)
Mississippi
Exports: $87.08
Imports: $149.59
Balance: ($62.51)
Minnesota
Exports: $171.59
Imports: $262.36
Balance: ($90.77)
Michigan
Exports: $439.28
Imports: $923.13
Balance: ($483.85)
Massachusetts
Exports: $230.75
Imports: $283.02
Balance: ($52.27)
Maryland
Exports: $94.43
Imports: $211.55
Balance: ($117.12)
Maine
Exports: $25.10
Imports: $35.07
Balance: ($9.97)
Louisiana
Exports: $444.33
Imports: $537.88
Balance: ($93.55)
Kentucky
Exports: $201.40
Imports: $298.34
Balance: ($96.94)
Kansas
Exports: $97.25
Imports: $96.44
Balance: $0.81
Iowa
Exports: $111.23
Imports: $75.51
Balance: $35.72
Indiana
Exports: $274.05
Imports: $349.41
Balance: ($75.36)
Illinois
Exports: $520.45
Imports: $1,037.96
Balance: ($517.51)
Idaho
Exports: $44.74
Imports: $41.18
Balance: $3.56
Hawaii
Exports: $8.76
Imports: $44.73
Balance: ($35.97)
Georgia
Exports: $293.30
Imports: $615.72
Balance: ($322.42)
Florida
Exports: $499.24
Imports: $569.25
Balance: ($70.01)
District of Columbia
Exports: $12.62
Imports: $6.96
Balance: $5.66
Delaware
Exports: $44.08
Imports: $97.28
Balance: ($53.20)
Connecticut
Exports: $135.81
Imports: $189.84
Balance: ($54.03)
Colorado
Exports: $66.30
Imports: $104.33
Balance: ($38.03)
California
Exports: $1,356.53
Imports: $3,165.21
Balance: ($1,808.68)
Arkansas
Exports: $53.45
Imports: $62.52
Balance: ($9.07)
Arizona
Exports: $165.42
Imports: $153.06
Balance: $12.36
Alaska
Exports: $38.62
Imports: $16.05
Balance: $22.57
Alabama
Exports: $154.57
Imports: $158.53
Balance: ($3.96)
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Imports:
Balance:
Infographic: U.S. Trade Balance by Year since 1994
Opinion

Lifezette: Urgent Steps for Trump to Save American Manufacturing

Kevin L. Kearns

The all-important U.S. manufacturing sector is beset by a number of critical problems — particularly adversarial foreign practices. And while Donald Trump, the president-elect, campaigned on a loose platform of saving U.S. manufacturing jobs, halting outsourcing, renegotiating trade deals, and stopping trade cheating, the simple fact is that reversing the nation's industrial decline will take a herculean effort, beginning with the adoption of a comprehensive national industry-technology plan.

Lifezette: Trump Faces Colossal Challenges to Restoring U.S. Competitiveness

Kevin L. Kearns

On the campaign trail this year, Donald Trump repeatedly cited the roughly $800 billion goods trade deficit that the U.S. racked up in 2015. It's a stunning figure, to be sure — and one that accurately depicts the continued hemorrhage of American wealth and productivity as more and more of the nation's working- and middle-class jobs disappear, and manufacturing establishments shut down or move overseas.

Breitbart: GOP Gets it Wrong on Tariffs, Right on VAT

Kevin L. Kearns

"Oh, no, a trade war," moaned the Republican establishment for the umpteenth time recently, as Donald Trump suggested a 35 percent tariffs on goods made in U.S. factories that have moved offshore. "Tariffs?" it seemed to ask. "You'll start a trade war…destroy global supply chains…hurt the very American companies and workers you want to help…The sky is falling!"

Investor's Business Daily: The Next President's Cyberwar

Kevin L. Kearns

As the Trump transition team works to determine the top priorities for the new administration, a very serious problem requires the immediate attention of the new president: the future of our manufacturing industry. A healthy manufacturing base is critical to America's survival, both militarily and economically. Yet China poses a significant threat to our nation's all important manufacturing sector.

Lifezette: Renegotiating NAFTA: How Trump Delivers

Brendan Kirby

Kevin Kearns, president of the U.S. Business and Industry Council, said tax reform, health care, and spending projects on roads, bridges, and other projects seem destined to crowd out trade as part of Trump's first 100 days. But Trump, who won on the strength of voters in Democratic-leaning, blue-collar counties in the industrial Midwest, will be under pressure not to let the issue drop. Kearns said he expects the new president to take up NAFTA in the first six months. "I do think there's going to be some sort of renegotiation," he said. "The question is: How good will it be, and will it benefit the U.S. economy?"

Trading Away Jobs In The News
Feature: Trans-Pacific Partnership

Exposing Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP)

USBIC's infographic exposes the exaggerated claims of TPP's opportunity for U.S. economic growth
Feature: Japan's Trade Policy

Evaluating the Economic Value of TPP for the U.S.

View USBIC's special feature showing the effect of Japanese trade policy on American jobs
Editorial Cartoons

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