China Market Intelligence

April 25th, 2007

The US-China Business Council (USCBC) today released a breakdown of US individual state exports to China during the 2000-06 period that shows the remarkable growth of China as an export market for US goods. The report, US Exports to China by State 2000-06, is the second in a series of US state and congressional district export analyses that USCBC is undertaking to help inform the debate about trade with China.

Among the highlights of the...

February 21st, 2007

US exports to China in 2006 continued the strong growth seen in recent years, rising 31.7 percent to $55 billion, according to the US Census Bureau and Bureau of Economic Analysis report issued last week. China remains the fourth-largest export market for the United States, but will likely surpass Japan in 2007 to move into third place, just below Canada and Mexico. Despite the boom in exports, the US goods deficit with China jumped to $232.5 billion in 2006, because Chinese imports were up...

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