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Cite Data - Experimental. There is also foreign value added embedded in American exports, such as the Mexican parts in cars made in Michigan. The imports side is just as important. American imports from Mexico include both American value added and inputs from other countries. Accounting for all this is far more complicated than stripping out just one component.
Luckily for Mr Trump, trade geeks are on the case. Overall, this is offset by a corresponding adjustment to imports. Drilling down into bilateral trade relations, accounting for value added has big effects. But these data suggest that some might not be as large as often assumed. That is still high enough to create a lot of American losers were America to sever trade relations.
And the effect on the reported trade imbalance between America and Mexico is dramatic. Overall, however, switching to the more sophisticated value-added measure of trade flows would not provide political ammunition as powerful as ditching re-exports. Focusing on value-added trade data is better than looking at the gross flows, but Mr Johnson questions whether the debate should focus on bilateral imbalances at all.see url
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When someone incurs a trade deficit with a bookshop and a trade surplus with his employer, neither matters in isolation—the overall balance is important. Fiddling the figures might move the lamppost; it will still leave the future direction of trade in the dark.
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