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From import-export trends, to the tally of cargos for individual shippers or consignees, right down to the details of each transaction – you are just clicks away from information you need to gain market insights:

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Ban on Forced-Labor Imports Tightened

by John M. Peterson, guest columnist Congress recently (and quietly) removed an exception to the 85-year-old prohibition on importing goods made with forced and indentured…

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Preparing for Trade with Cuba conference 2016

On October 13th, Datamyne, in partnership with NEXCO, hosted its second-annual Preparing for Trade with Cuba conference in Miami, FL. The event offered practical advice from entrepreneurs currently engaged in the Cuban market, and expert guidance from professionals in law, regulation, finance, international business and logistics on what to expect and how to succeed in this new commercial frontier.

Check out our video on the right to see what our 200+ attendees thought of this year’s conference.

Thanks again to our attendees, speakers and sponsors for making this event a success!

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Conference Coverage in the Miami Herald »