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The country profile of the United States, prepared by the US Central Intelligence
Agency, is available at the following link:
https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/geos/us.html

In 2016, US total imports of goods and services ($2.7 trillion) and exports ($2.2 trillion)
have contracted from their 2015 levels, reflection of a weak global economy.

According to the
US trade statistics, total imports and exports of goods and services
for 2016 showed declines of 18.45 percent and 2.17 percent, respectively, when
compared with 2015.

The chart below shows US total imports and exports of goods and services for the
years 2008 to 2016.

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The chart below shows US top ten trade partners for goods only for the year 2016.
China ranked in the top position with 15.9 percent of total trade in goods valued at
$578.6 billion (imports of $462.8 billion & exports of $115.8 billion). Our NAFTA trade
partners came in second and third positions: Canada with 15.0 percent valued at
$544.9 billion; Mexico with 14.4 percent valued at $525.1 billion.