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Datamyne Blog

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

Category Archive: Markets

Argentina Clears Mercosur-Egypt FTA for Take-off

Category: Markets, Trade Policy

With Argentine Congressional approval, the free trade agreement signed by trade bloc members and Egypt in 2010 will enter into force within a month. Argentina announced it has sent its formal ratification of the Mercosur-Egypt FTA to the regional trade bloc’s headquarters in Asunción, Paraguay. Implementation of the FTA will…

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U.S. Beef Exports | Primed for Opening Markets

Category: Exports, Markets

U.S. beef exports to South Korea passed a billion-dollar milestone in year 5 of the KORUS FTA. Beef exports are primed for more growth as the Chinese and Brazilian markets re-open. U.S. Beef Exports: KORUS FTA Trajectory No market provides a better example of the fall and rise of U.S. beef…

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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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