Interesting, figured if you sell $354 million worth of product and only buy $334 million worth of product you should have about 20 million left in your wallet, thus a trade surplus.
With your reasoning, If I used your bank, all of the money (not really much in fact) that I didn't spend and put into the bank for the future, would actually be a debt???
Think I will stick with mine for the time being.
The source data provided in my post undeniably demonstrates that product exports were $334 million and product imports were $354 million, thereby resulting in the $20 million trade deficit mentioned. Unfortunately, I accidentally transposed those two numbers although I correctly identified the $20 million deficit.