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【英文】美国商会报告:2021年跨大西洋经济:美国和欧洲之间的工作,贸易和投资年度调查(192页)

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Combined, U.S. and European consumers accounted  for half of world consumption in 2019, a fact that  underscores the attractiveness of the transatlantic  economy and reinforces a point we have made many  times: despite all the talk around the rise of China, the  United States and the EU still command the largest  share of global consumption (50% combined in 2019  including the UK versus only 15% of China and India  combined). At the end of the day, consumers in the  United States and Europe are far wealthier (on a per  capita basis) than their counterparts in China and  India. As the pandemic passes, as vaccinations reach  massive scale on both sides of the Atlantic, consumer  spending will come back with a vengeance.  

More spending means more transatlantic trade in  2021, following a dramatic drop in trade in 2020.  U.S. goods exports to the EU in 2020 (including the  UK) plunged by over 13%, while imports from the EU  fell 10%. The upshot: a still sizable U.S. merchandise  trade deficit with the EU (roughly $175 billion in 2020,  including the UK). However, overall U.S.-European  commercial interactions are far more balanced if one  includes services and digital economy considerations,  as we explain in Chapters Two and Four. In addition,  as transatlantic economic activity revives this year,  bilateral trade flows will rebound as well, although  America’s outsized trade deficit with the EU will  remain an irritant to Washington.

【英文】美国商会报告:2021年跨大西洋经济:美国和欧洲之间的工作,贸易和投资年度调查(192页)

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