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

Pacific Alliance Expansion Plans

Category: Markets, Trade Policy

Could the Pacific Alliance become the vehicle for the economic ties across the Pacific Rim that were the aim of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP)? The four members of the trade bloc – Chile, Colombia, Mexico and Peru – are among Latin America’s leading advocates for free trade and the region’s…

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Brazilian Meat Exports Skewered by Operation Weak Flesh

Category: Markets, Trade Data

Brazilian meat exports have taken a big hit. On March 17, Brazil’s federal police raided meat packers accused of paying off inspectors to okay rotten and adulterated meat for market, capping a two-year investigation into official corruption dubbed “Operation Weak Flesh.” Some 20 countries quickly slapped bans on imported meat from…

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NVOCC US Import TEU Share Nears 39 Percent

Category: Transport

NVOCCs again laid claim to a record 38.8% share of US import shipping volumes in 2016, with a growth rate in TEUs that outpaced the rate of carriers as a whole. Our bill-of-lading data shows that ocean carriers brought 20,953,723 TEUs in imports to US ports last year; of these,…

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Actively Seeking Trade Ties | Mercosur

Category: Markets, Trade Policy

Mercosur is looking for opportunities to do more cross-border business both within the five-member trade bloc and beyond. Foreign ministers are set to meet March 9 to discuss lowering barriers to trade among the countries that make up the “Common Market of the South” – Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay, Uruguay, and…

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Li-ion Batteries Drive Chinese Lithium Imports

Category: Markets, Trade Data

Lithium, last year’s hottest metal, looks set to be even hotter in 2017. With the new year barely a day old, mineral exploration company Birimian announced the sale of its Bougouni lithium project in southern Mali to China’s Shandong Mingrui Group. The deal signals the start of a scramble…

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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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