The Advance Economic Trade Report (Goods Only), shows The international trade deficit was $72.2 billion in July, up $4.3 billion from $67.9 billion in June.

Exports of goods for July were $140.0 billion, $2.5 billion less than June exports.

Imports of goods for July were $212.2 billion, $1.8 billion more than June imports.

The Advance report is goods only the full report is goods plus services.

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