[unable to retrieve full-text content]The United States’ trade deficit with China has crept back up close to pre-coronavirus levels after narrowing when the outbreak battered the Chinese economy.The deficit with China – the gap between the amount the US buys from China and what it sells – was US.62 billion in July, just 3.46 per cent lower than US.8 billion in July 2019, data released by the US Census Bureau on Thursday showed.But the rate at which it has grown in recent months will rattle US President Donald Trump, who vowed…
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