The global trade deficit is still the biggest problem facing the global economy and it is now bigger than the global debt crisis.
The biggest trade deficit between India and China is about $10 trillion, while the biggest trade surplus between India with the US is $12 trillion.
India is the second largest trading partner of the US with a trade deficit of about $5 trillion, followed by China with a $4.3 trillion trade deficit.
In the next 20 years, India is projected to be the largest trade partner of China with $13 trillion in trade, followed closely by the US.
Trade with China is expected to be more than $1 trillion by 2026, the most of any country in the world.
The largest bilateral trade deficit in the country is expected of $6 trillion.
The global trade gap has reached the $10.5 trillion mark.
In 2016, the trade deficit with China was $6.9 trillion, according to data from the World Bank and McKinsey.
In fact, the US trade deficit stood at $20.9 billion in 2016, more than double the $6 billion deficit with India in 2016.
The trade gap between India, China and the US has increased by about $2 trillion since 2014, according the World Trade Organization.
In 2017, India and the United States are expected to trade more than one-third of their goods with each other.
The latest trade figures show that the trade gap in goods and services with China increased from $4 billion in 2013 to $11.5 billion in 2018, which was almost double the increase in goods trade between India’s two biggest trading partners.
According to the World Economic Forum, the global surplus with China will be $19.2 trillion by 2030, more that double the deficit with the country.
In 2030, China will account for about half of the world’s total trade.
China has the second-largest trade surplus with India.
It is expected that by 2040, India’s trade deficit will reach $21.7 trillion, with China accounting for half of this.