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Cooling demand in the world’s largest economy is limiting imports at the same time that a slowdown in growth from Europe to China reduces overseas sales, a sign it’ll get harder to keep shrinking the trade deficit.

Photographer: Ken James/Bloomberg

Cooling demand in the world’s largest economy is limiting imports at the same time that a slowdown in growth from Europe to China reduces overseas sales, a sign it’ll get harder to keep shrinking the trade deficit.
December 18, 2012
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