The United States’ economy has been marked by slow but steady recovery and some re-balancing since its last Review. Merchandise and services trade figures have re-bounded significantly since the 2009 financial crisis and have now reached new peak levels, surpassing previous 2008 peak levels. Services trade in particular has shown a growing trade surplus, and services account for approximately 70% of U.S. output. The United States has set in motion policies for domestic and international rebalancing; i.e. moving away from consumption and real estate and encouraging export and investment growth.

Related Topics: Trade monitoring
Countries: United States
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