US trade gap shrinks in April on falling imports

US trade gap shrinks in April on falling imports

The US trade deficit narrowed in April from March, as imports fell more sharply than exports, government data showed Friday in a report pointing to softening demand in the fragile economy.

The trade gap shrank to $50.1 billion, from an upwardly revised $52.6 billion in March, the Commerce Department said.


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