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U.S. | 29 Aug 2019 Is the Growth Drag from Foreign Trade set to Persist
Net foreign trade was a drag on GDP growth in the second quarter, subtracting 0.7 percentage points from the headline number.

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29 Aug 2019 Is the Growth Drag from Foreign Trade set to Persist

By Ian Shepherdson

Net foreign trade was a drag on GDP growth in the second quarter, subtracting 0.7 percentage points from the headline number.

Posted: 29th Aug 2019 in 'U.S.'

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