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Would the real US-China trade deficit please stand up?

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26 days ago (29 May 2019)  |  

In light of the recent breakdown in trade talks between the US and China, Daniel Murray investigates the size of the US-China trade deficit and discovers that it is dependent, at least in part, on the nationality of the statistician.



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