Soaring imports from China push up the U.S. trade deficit

U.S. imports from China in August greatly surpassed expectation, leading economists to scale back their forecasts for this year's growth in gross domestic product. The trade shortfall jumped to $46.3 billion, the Commerce Department said, with goods bought from China accounting for more than half.

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