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Exports have remained one of the few consistent bright spots in the otherwise sub-par U.S. economic recovery. Their growth at times has added as much as two percentage points to the pace of the economy’s expansion and is a major reason why American manufacturing has staged a comeback in recent years, a “renaissance” some have called it. But of late, with the dollar rising against the euro as well as the yen and growth overseas slowing or, in Europe’s case, falling, questions have arisen about the sustainability of this export strength. Doubtless, the pace of gain will slow, but growth in exports is likely to continue. 

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