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Datamyne Blog

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

Category Archive: Markets

The Top U.S. Trade Partner is Now Mexico

Category: Exports, Imports, Markets

Mexico, steadily rising in rank to No. 12 among exporting nations, has eclipsed China and Canada to become the U.S.’s leading trade partner.   Mexico is now the top U.S. trade partner, ranked by total value of import and export trade, according to Descartes Datamyne’s U.S. Census data for January through…

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U.S. and Canada’s Ongoing Lumber Dispute

Since 1982, the softwood lumber market has been a hot topic between the United States and Canada. Both countries are heavy producers with the United States producing an average of 2.9 billion board ft. (bbf) per month and Canadian sawmill’s producing 2.37 bbf/month. Softwood lumber is a versatile product used…

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Avocados Top Bananas In U.S. Fruit Imports

Category: Imports, Markets

Ranked by value of trade, avocados moved up to No. 1 among U.S. fruit imports in 2017 and are holding a lead over bananas, formerly the most valuable fruit import, so far in 2018. Long the top among U.S. fruit imports, bananas have ceded the lead to avocados. Based…

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Snapshot: U.S. Automobile Imports and Exports

As the U.S. Commerce Department examines whether to impose section 232 tariffs on passenger vehicles, data from Descartes DatamyneTM reveals significant changes in U.S. automobile imports and exports. U.S. Automobile Imports According to data from Descartes Datamyne, the General CIF Value of U.S. car imports dipped by 0.51% in the first half…

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