U.S. trade gap rises to $44.4B as virus slams commerce

THE U.S. TRADE GAP widened 11.6% in March to $44.4 billion. / AP FILE PHOTO/WILFREDO LEE
THE U.S. TRADE GAP widened 11.6% in March to $44.4 billion. / AP FILE PHOTO/WILFREDO LEE
WASHINGTON (AP) – The United States trade deficit rose in March as the coronavirus outbreak battered America's trade with the world. The Commerce Department reported Tuesday that the gap between what the United States sells and what it buys abroad widened 11.6% in March to $44.4 billion from $39.8 billion in February. U.S. exports fell…

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