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U.S. Exports by Region, 2004. OPEC 3\%. Central and South America 7\%. Canada 23\%. Other 6\%. Mexico 14\%. Pacific Rim 26\%. European Union 21\%. Total = $819 billion. U.S. Imports by Region, 2004. OPEC 6\%. Central and South America 7\%. Other 6\%. Canada 17\%. Mexico 11\%.

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U.S. Exports by Region, 2004

OPEC 3%

Central and

South America 7%

Canada 23%

Other 6%

Mexico 14%

Pacific Rim

26%

European

Union 21%

Total = $819 billion

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U.S. Imports by Region, 2004

OPEC 6%

Central and

South America 7%

Other 6%

Canada 17%

Mexico 11%

Pacific Rim

33%

European

Union 19%

Total = $1,470 billion

international trade
International Trade
  • Group of 8 – G8
    • US
    • Japan
    • Germany
    • France
    • UK
    • Italy
    • Canada
    • Russia
balance of trade
Balance of Trade
  • Balance of trade – the difference between the value of exports and the value of imports.
    • Trade deficit – imports > exports
    • Trade surplus – exports > imports
  • The U.S. has a significant trade deficit of approximately 5% of GDP.
  • The U.S. is financing its trade deficit by selling off financial assets, stocks and bonds, and real assets, corporations and real estate.
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U S Immigration, Number and Rate:

1900 to 2001, by Decade

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