trade gap

NOUN
  1. the difference in value over a period of time of a country's imports and exports of merchandise
    a nation's balance of trade is favorable when its exports exceed its imports
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How To Use trade gap In A Sentence

  • He said yesterday his first priorities would be to tackle inflation and the widening trade gap.
  • It seems that the trade gap is widening .
  • But an increase in the dollar makes US exports more expensive in world markets and cheapens imports, thereby widening the trade gap and creating the need for an even greater inflow of foreign funds.
  • American manufacturers contend that undervalued Chinese currency puts them at a competitive disadvantage and is a key reason for the huge trade gap between the two countries.
  • The narrowing trade gap means that growth in the fourth quarter could be better than expected, said analysts.
  • America's trade gap widened.
  • The narrowing trade gap means that growth in the fourth quarter could be better than expected, said analysts.
  • The narrowing trade gap means that growth in the fourth quarter could be better than expected, said analysts.
  • With long-term interest rates rising, with housing peaking, with the refi stimulus set to wane, and with businesses so keen on boosting productivity instead of payrolls, a widening trade gap would be one more potential drag on growth.
  • If a wider trade gap is driven by consumers and businesses feeling friskier, that is a good sign for the short term. When Economic Recovery Feeds Trade Gap
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