February 11, 2013

Oil Exports Trim U.S. Deficit as Fuel Gap Shrinks

S. Chandra, Bloomberg


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Record petroleum exports helped shrink the U.S. trade deficit in December to the smallest in almost three years as America moved closer to energy self- sufficiency, a goal the nation has been pursuing since the 1973 Arab oil embargo. . .

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