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Datamyne Celebrates Our First 10 Years

Category: Resources

It was 10 years ago that Datamyne officially launched as a US-based business with headquarters in Miami, Fla. Our launch pad was the innovative South American import-export data business started in 1992 by Pablo Milburn (an Endeavor High-Impact Entrepreneur) with coverage of Uruguay’s trade that soon expanded to all…

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J.Crew Brought Low by a Cropped Sweater

Category: Imports, Indicators

Tossing aside the Head of Women’s Design for the J.Crew brand and trimming 175 from the payroll, the J.Crew Group last week announced alterations aimed at “critical improvements to our J.Crew women’s assortment including fit, design aesthetic and styling.” As Business Insider reported here and here, J.Crew’s…

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Bottled up: Chilean Salmon Exports

Category: Markets, Trade Data

An eight-day strike by the National Association of Customs Officers in Chile ended yesterday, clearing the way for shipments of Chilean salmon to resume. The strike affected all Chilean exporters, but the exporters of perishables – seafood, fruits and vegetables – were hit hardest by the embargo. The interruption in Chilean…

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Tuned-up: Tesla Model S Export Data Tracking

Category: Markets, Trade Data

To share a report on Tesla Model S export data, as we did last month, is to engage a community of avid Tesla watchers eager to see more data. That’s because Tesla Motors is not only pioneering new automotive technologies with its electric vehicles (EVs), the company is breaking ranks…

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Asking for More: South Korean Trade with South America

Category: Indicators, Markets

Last month, South Korean President Park Geun-hye wound up a four-nation swing through South America in search of expanded trade and economic cooperation. In Colombia, Park pressed for ratification of the pending free trade agreement (approved by Colombia’s Congress December 19). As reported by The Korea Herald, she joined…

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Are Conflict Minerals in Your Supply Chain?

Category: Resources, Trade Policy

The US government wants to know if there are conflict minerals in your supply chain. (And it’s not alone.) Under Section 1502 of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, publicly-held companies that make, or contract for the making of products containing tantalum, tin, tungsten, or gold (shorthand:…

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