In the second half of 2018, Chinese goods and service exports to the United States fell by $1.1 billion.
That is the second-lowest decline of any country.
The UK was the biggest buyer of goods in China in 2019, with a $9 billion trade surplus.
It is also the biggest exporter to the US, with $17.5 billion in goods and $7.7 billion in services in 2018.
In 2018, US trade with China stood at $3.1 trillion.
The EU, Australia and Canada all have trade surpluses of $1 billion or more.
The US has the highest trade deficit with China.
China is also a major buyer of US agricultural commodities and raw materials.
The China-led Asia Infrastructure Investment Bank has invested $2.2 trillion in infrastructure in the region.