Trade balance, America, as of Dec. 2010

The US kept its huge trade deficit, with an average of $1.77 B a day. Meanwhile, oil exporter Venezuela kept its trade surplus, producing an average of $2.4 B a month surplus. Trade balance over the past 12 months up to December 2010 (unless specified) below , in $ billion:

Venezuela 28.9 (Q3)Brazil 20.9 (Jan. ‘11)Chile 15.3 (Jan. ’11)

Argentina 12.1

Peru 6.5 (Nov.)

US -646.5Canada -6.8Mexico -3.1

Colombia -0.6 (Nov.)

source: The Economist, February 17th 2011

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