unfavourable trade balance


unfavourable trade balance
unfavourable trade balance UK US UK (US unfavorable trade balance) noun [C, usually singular] (also unfavourable balance of trade)
ECONOMICS ADVERSE BALANCE OF TRADE(Cf. ↑adverse balance of trade)
See also TRADE DEFICIT(Cf. ↑trade deficit)

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