Most US Congressional Districts’ Exports to China Bounced Back in 2020

US goods exports to China surged last year by $18.5 billion, almost 18 percent over 2019. The surge follows near-decade lows in US-China trade in 2019 and the conclusion of the US-China Phase One trade agreement in January 2020, according to a study released Tuesday by the US-China Business Council. The study found 64 percent of US congressional districts exported more goods to China in 2020 compared to the year prior, and 72 districts increased their exports by more than $100 million.