China’s government has released figures showing that its exports to the United States fell by more than $2 billion in November.
The Commerce Department’s data, released Thursday, shows U.M. imports fell by $2,831 million, while exports fell by roughly $2 million.
U.S.-China trade was worth $24.9 billion last year, a drop of about 14 percent.
The trade deficit has been shrinking, to $3.7 billion in October.
The data comes as the Trump administration seeks to boost U.R.M.-China bilateral trade.
China is under pressure from U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres to ease the trade and investment sanctions on the Chinese government and corporations.