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$282 billion - Goods and services trade deficit with China for 2011

2.8 million - Estimated number of jobs lost to China between 2001 and 2010

1 - Rank of the United States on the list of the largest economies in the world

68 - Percent of Americans who say they don't trust China

(CNN) —  

Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama have made trade with China an issue in the November election. Romney says the president has not been tough enough over what he contends are Beijing’s unfair trade practices, while Obama has pointed to Romney’s record in business with Chinese companies and their labor practices.

Here’s a look at the U.S. relationship with China – by the numbers.

9.4 - Percent fewer imports of toys and games by the United States from China from 2010 to 2011.

$121.1 billion - Amount of apparel exported from China worldwide in 2010.

$282 billion - Goods and services trade deficit with China for 2011.

10 - Chinese ports in the top 20 on the 2011 list of the world largest ports.

2.8 million - Estimated number of jobs lost to China between 2001 and 2010, according to the Economic Policy Institute.

1 - China’s ranking on the list of the world’s largest exporters of containerized cargo, 31.3 million TEUS (20 foot equivalent units).

1 - The U.S. ranking on the list of the world’s largest importers of containerized cargo, 17.6 million TEUS (20 foot equivalent units).

39 - Anti-dumping and countervailing duty orders issued against China by the Obama administration.

$3,667,438 - Value in millions of 13.4 - Percent of all U.S. trade that is sent or comes from China.

66 - Percent of Americans who say they view China as a competitor.

68 - Percent of Americans who say they don’t trust China.

1 - Ranking of the United States on the list of the largest economies in the world.

2 - China’s ranking.