U.S. manufacturing trade gap narrows

The U.S. manufacturing trade deficit in the first six months of this year narrowed to $225 billion, down from $227 billion during the same period a year ago, suggesting that U.S. companies are regaining ground lost to Asian competitors. "It's a hopeful sign," says Ernest Preeg, MAPI economist and trade expert. "At least we've leveled off."

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