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After falling sharply during the recession, U.S. vehicle exports have nearly reached their 2007...

After falling sharply during the recession, U.S. vehicle exports have nearly reached their 2007 peak, notes Fed economist Thomas Klier in a report. 55% of exports still go to Canada and Mexico, but the Middle East (13%) and East Asia (10%) have also turned into major export markets. At the same time, the share of U.S. vehicle sales claimed by imports is falling. (previously)
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