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The foreign trade deficit of goods and services likely fell to $8.8 billion in June, from $9.2 billion in May. For goods alone, the gap narrowed to $12.2 billion from $14.1 billion. Exports, which rose 0.5% in May, likely rose in June, while imports fell, after rising 1.6% in May.
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