NEW YORK -- The U.S. trade deficit narrowed 14.6% on the month in January in part as Americans bought fewer goods from China and sold more soybeans to the Asian nation, a changing dynamic that could affect ongoing trade talks.
The total trade deficit in goods and services reached a seasonally adjusted $51.1 billion, down $8.8 billion from December, the U.S. Department of Commerce announced Wednesday.
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