U.S. Annual Trade Gap Grows to Biggest Since Financial CrisisFebruary 5, 2021
For the full year, exports plunged 16%, the most in six decades of data, to $2.13 trillion, the least since 2010. The decline was propelled by a 61% drop in travel, which represents visitors to the U.S., to $76.1 billion. Transport exports retreated by more than one-third to $56.4 billion.