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International Trade (Oct.)

The trade deficit widened to $78.2bn in October, from $74.1bn, as the weakness in global demand began to weigh on exports, which declined by $1.9bn. At the same time, imports increased by $2.4bn, as a further decline in consumer goods imports was more than offset by a rebound in industrial supplies and other goods imports.

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