Kevin L. Kearns

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The trade figures from the Commerce Department this week aren’t pretty: despite anemic economic growth, so far this year America’s trade deficit has hit $289 billion, compared with $204 billion for the same period in 2009.

For many people, the trade deficit seems unrelated to the nation’s continued economic crisis. But it is actually a central reason why American growth has lagged and President Obama’s stimulus hasn’t led to a robust recovery: since February 2009, the government has injected $512 billion into the American economy, but during roughly the same period, the trade deficit leaked about $602 billion out of it and into foreign markets.…  Seguir leyendo »