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Covering trade & transport, with tips on using import-export data to advantage

Ban on Forced-Labor Imports Tightened

Category: Imports, Trade Policy

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 labor. Section 910 of the Trade Facilitation and Trade Enforcement Act of 2016 repeals the “consumptive demand exception” to the ban, closing what had become…

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Playing Whack-a-Mole with US Steel Imports

Category: Markets, Trade Data

“It can be like whack-a-mole,” one steelmaker exec told us recently. “AD/CVD duties do have an effect, but there is so much excess steel capacity in the world that when, say, China is blocked, here comes the steel from someplace else. Countries are watching for any market openings.” US steelmakers…

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Hot Metal: Lithium in Global Trade

Category: Markets, Trade Data

Lithium is this year’s “hottest metal,” says USA Today, beating out gold, with another price spike expected this fall. There are no exchange reference prices for lithium as there are for gold. The Financial Times cites estimates from the research group Mineral Intelligence that prices for lithium carbonate…

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