Most US congressional districts see growth in goods exports to China in 2020: USCBC

Most US congressional districts exported more goods to China in 2020 compared to the previous year despite bilateral tensions and the beginning of a pandemic-induced global recession, according to a report released Monday by the US-China Business Council (USCBC). US goods exports to China grew by roughly 18 percent to $123 billion in 2020, marking a sizable rally from a near-decade low in 2019, while US goods exports to the rest of the world fell by 15 percent, the report said.