I'm not offering an opposing theory, I'm merely pointing out facts that directly contradict your theory.
Not according to the formula for calculating Gross Domestic Product:
Imports are subtracted since imported goods will be included in the terms G, I, or C, and must be deducted to avoid counting foreign supply as domestic.
I thought you were just confused but it turns out you're simply dishonest.
I’m repeating my request that you try (if you’re able) to explain your own positions and not presume to modify the wording of mine.
If you bring errors to my attention, I'll rectify my own words.
Due to your confusion between causes and effects, the statistics you provide do not support your conclusions. Your conclusions are opinions not facts.
I’m not opposed to global trade. Trade deficits are ALWAYS detrimental to their nations’ GDPs and I’m opposed to USA’s annual global trade deficits.
We agree that within the calculation of gross domestic product, “imports are subtracted …………… and must be deducted to avoid counting foreign supply as domestic” (products).
I logically conclude that trade deficits (by the definition of GDP and the formulas) are detrimental to their nations’ GDPs.