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Datamyne Blog

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

Category Archive: Imports

Plastic Bag Tug of War

Category: Imports, Trade Policy

First-ever countervailing duty to be imposed on Vietnam The Department of Commerce has issued final determinations of anti-dumping duties to be imposed on plastic grocery bags made in Taiwan, Indonesia, and Vietnam. Polyethylene retail carrier bags — or PRCBs — have been the source of trade disputes between U.S. domestic producers…

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Bands of Gold …

Category: Exports, Imports

… already tie U.S. & India as they sign trade framework U.S. Trade Representative Ron Kirk and Indian Minister of Commerce and Industry Anand Sharma signed a “Framework for Cooperation on Trade and Investment” March 17, and followed up by launching the “Integrating U.S. and Indian Small Businesses into…

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Speed Dating for Customers

Category: Imports

The Commerce Dept. wants to make you a match  Last Thursday, Commerce Sec. Gary Locke took questions during a live webcast about the administration’s National Export Initiative (NEI) to double U.S. exports in the next five years. (You can watch the webcast at http://trade.gov/.) American products…

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Cockeyed Optimism

Category: Imports, Indicators

The surge in imports may be a triumph of hope over reality. By Bill Armbruster Have U.S. importers been too optimistic about growth prospects in the U.S. this year? I think so — and I think that helps explain why there such was a mad…

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OJ on Ice

A January cold snap spikes the price of citrus  Latest assessments from the U.S. Department of Agriculture put the loss to Florida citrus growers from January’s cold snap at 7.4 million boxes of fruit at minimum — this on top of a harvest…

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As Seen on TV

Who makes this stuff? The Snuggie wearable blanket, the PedEgg foot callous file, TopsyTurvy upside down tomato planter — these and more solutions to problems you didn’t know you had until you saw the infomercial are brightening up an otherwise gloomy retail sector. As reported in the…

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