WASHINGTON—Continued sturdy shopper urge for food for abroad items pushed up the U.S. commerce deficit in December, sending the full-year import-export hole to a report degree in 2021.

The December deficit in commerce of products and companies grew by 1.8% to a seasonally adjusted $80.7 billion, the Commerce Division stated Tuesday, simply lower than the report deficit of $80.8 billion in September.


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