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U.S. Trade Balance data analysis from 1992 to 2016:
February 25, 2017.

United States had 10,006,809 MILLION Dollars worth of total trade deficit (Goods and Services) between 1992 to 2016 according to Census Bureau and highest trade deficit was logged during year 2006 at 761,715 MILLON Dollars. For more details, please review below graph and data table.


Total sum = 10,006,809 MILLION Dollars

2016 YTD U.S. Foreign Trade data by Census Bureau: TOP 15 Trading Partner’s trade data:
February 23, 2017.

During 2016 U.S. had total trade deficit of $734,316,300,000.00 (goods only) out of which $347.00 BILLION Dollars was with China, $68.9 BILLION Dollars with Japan and $64.9 BILLION Dollars with Germany. We have put together a chart and table below to show more detailed comparisons.

CNSNews.com
By Terence P. Jeffrey | February 7, 2017 | 10:29 AM EST

The United States ran a merchandise trade deficit of $734,316,300,000 in 2016, according to data released today by the Census Bureau.
During 2016, the U.S. imported $2,188,940,500,000 in goods but exported only $1,454,624,200,000.
The People’s Republic of China was the greatest contributor to the U.S. merchandise trade deficit for the year. The U.S bilateral merchandise trade deficit with China was $347,037,900,000. This deficit resulted from the U.S. importing $462,813,000,000 in goods from China while exporting only $115,775,100,00 in goods to China.

Informational Video links from YouTube:

Is it possible for an all-American family to live life with only all-American products?

Published on Nov 23, 2012

At the request of “World News with Diane Sawyer,” one Dallas family is going to give it a try and share their experiences with the country in a special series, “Made in America,” focusing on U.S. manufacturing, jobs and what it all means for the nation’s economy. In their single-story home on Snow White Drive, the Usrys lead full and active lives. Husband Jon, 39, works as an advertising executive and wife Anna is a stay-at-home mom who’s active in community organizations. Son Landon, 7, is in first grade. Daughter Ellis, 6, is in kindergarten. And then there’s the dog, a black lab named Amber.

“Both the kids are obsessed with her,” Anna said.

Jon, Anna, Landon, Ellis and Amber have all agreed to participate in a unique experiment, emptying their living room, kitchen and master bedroom of any imported products and replacing them with items made in the U.S. From the rugs on the floors to the sheets on the bed to the TV on the wall, they’ll find out where their products came from and whether similar goods are available from U.S. manufacturers.

“I thought that Ashton Kutcher was going to be coming around the corner, we were being punked,” said Anna, recalling when she first heard ABC’s request. There are still plenty of Americans at work making consumer products. More than 11 million Americans get their paychecks from working in factories, and according to Moody’s Economy.com, if every American spent an extra $3.33 on U.S. made goods every year, it would create nearly 10,000 new jobs.

Links to companies selling Quality products made in the USA.
http://abcnews.go.com/images/Business…

“Shark Tank” stars “Made in America” Christmas on ABC World News Tonight
Published on Dec 19, 2014
by: Integrated PR AGENCY
Category
Entertainment

Published on Mar 30, 2014
ABC News’ David Muir, Steven Rattner, and Zachary Karabel on whether U.S. manufacturing is making a comeback.

Here is a list of few Brands that are manufacturing or assembling products in AMERICA!  

Tools:
Channellock : Worldwide leader in the manufacturing of high-quality pliers and assorted hand tools.
Council Tool: Hand tools
Geneva Manufacturing: Modular garage organizing gear
Excel: Hand dryers

Jeans & denim:
All American jeans
Bullet Blues designer jeans
Todd Shelton

Shoes & footwear:
Allen Edmonds
Body and Sole Comfort: Insoles
Capps Shoe Company
The Frye Company
Oakstreet Bootmakers
Quoddy
Rancourt and Company
Red Wing Heritage line
Som Footwear

Others:
The Grommet: Here’s the place to find unique made in the USA products
Jordan Essentials: Skin care