Share this on Twitter Share this on Facebook Share this on LinkedIn Share this on Sina Weibo Share this on Wechat Share this on LinkedIn Yantian Port in Shenzhen, China.Credit: zhangyang13576997233, Shutterstock As part of The Wire’s election issue, we are examining different aspects of the economic relationship between China and the U.S., and how that has evolved during the past four years. Here, we zoom out to look at some of the data behind the contentious trade relationship.For another perspective see this CSIS report on China and global trade. We gathered data on the growing U.S. trade deficit with China, how individual states’ exports have fared under the Trump administration, the top products that the U.S. and China sell to one another, and some of China’s biggest exporting companies.For another view of China's trade dominance, see this graphic created this year by the team at Visual Capitalist. How Trade with China Fared under Trump China is America’s largest goods trading partner. The two countries traded a total of nearly $560 billion in goods in 2019, up from about $116 billion in 2000, a year before China’s accession to the World Trade Organization. AfteSubscribe or login to read the rest. Subscribers get full access to: Exclusive longform investigative journalism, Q&As, news and analysis, and data on Chinese business elites and corporations. We publish China scoops you won't find anywhere else. A weekly curated reading list on China from David Barboza, Pulitzer Prize-winning former Shanghai correspondent for The New York Times. A daily roundup of China finance, business and economics headlines. We offer discounts for groups, institutions and students. Go to our Subscriptions page for details.