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Datamyne Blog

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

On the Way: Fresh Grapes Imported from Chile

Category: Imports

’Tis the season for (no, not Santa, that’s next week) … fresh grapes imported from Chile! As the Northern Hemisphere swings into winter, shipments of fruit from the Southern Hemisphere ramp up. Leader of the pack, the first Chilean table grapes have shipped, reports Fresh Fruit Portal. From the winter…

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November Import TEUs Up over Last Year, Down from Last Month

Category: Exports, Indicators

November import TEUs reached 1,639,165, for a 5% gain compared with November 2014, Datamyne’s current US import bill-of-lading data shows. This reverses the downward trend in year-over-year comparisons in October, when the 1,731,930 TEUs (20-foot-equivalent units) tallied represented a -1% drop from TEUs the same month a year ago. However, November…

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Wheat Exports Flattened as Dollar Rises

Category: Exports, Indicators

Wheat exports are being flattened by the strengthening dollar, as competitors with weaker currencies take US share of the global market for this and other agricultural products. Generally among the top 3 US agricultural exports (behind soybeans and corn), wheat accounted for $10,271,917,323 worth of exports in 2014. The last…

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Trade Data on China: Buying Less from the Americas

Category: Indicators, Markets

The slowdown in China’s economy is taking its toll on its imports from the Americas, our trade data on China through third-quarter 2015 shows. China’s imports from North America dropped 9%, while its imports from South America were down 11% in September 2015 compared with September 2014. Chinese imports…

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US Drops Hint to UK: Better Not Brexit

Category: Markets, Trade Policy

The UK should expect the US to impose the same tariffs as now apply to China, Brazil and India, should it opt out of the European Union, Michael Froman, the US Trade Representative, told Reuters October 28. British voters will decide before the end of 2017 whether to remain…

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On a Roll: American Lobster Exports

Category: Exports, Markets

We were surprised to see lobsters break into the top 25 US agricultural exports for the first time in our latest monthly ranking report, based on the value of trade in August. Typically, the ag trade ranking reports are dominated by in-season commodities such as soybeans, corn, wheat and…

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