U.S. trade deficit narrows to $45.3B in Jan.

THE U.S. TRADE GAP declined 6.7% in January to $45.3 billion. /AP FILE PHOTO/WILFREDO LEE
THE U.S. TRADE GAP declined 6.7% in January to $45.3 billion. /AP FILE PHOTO/WILFREDO LEE
WASHINGTON (AP) – The United States trade deficit narrowed in January as exports fell but imports fell more. The politically sensitive trade gap with China widened. The Commerce Department said Friday that the divide between what the U.S. sells and what it buys abroad dropped 6.7% in January to $45.3 billion. Exports of goods and…

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