The U.S. Census Bureau's foreign trade data shows that in 2018 China exported $380 billion more in goods and services to the United States than it imported from the United Sates. If only trade in goods is considered, the imbalance is a deficit of $419 billion with U.S. exporting $120 billion in goods and importing $539 billion of goods. Reasons for the imbalance are disputed. Among the reasons claimed is China’s devaluated currency, but that has largely been resolved with China’s current market-based valuation of its currency. The predominant complaints now are the restrictive market access to Chinese markets and numerous government controls creating an economy of “state capitalism”.