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

U.S. Commercial Service Helps Companies Expand Globally with Descartes Datamyne Solution

Category: Trade Data

U.S. Commercial Service is using Descartes Datamyne™ to produce in-depth market research to help U.S. exporters better identify new international business opportunities. Descartes Systems Group (Nasdaq:DSGX) (TSX:DSG), the global leader in uniting logistics-intensive businesses in commerce, announced that the U.S. Commercial Service, a business unit of the International Trade Administration…

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Leaning in on Economic and Trade Sanctions

Category: Trade Policy

The U.S. is making greater use of economic and trade sanctions as tools of foreign policy, extending their reach to more targets around the world … creating new compliance pitfalls for companies that do business on a global basis. The U.S. is leaning in on economic and trade sanctions…

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10 Bellwether Trends in International Trade

Category: Indicators

Here are 10 trends in international trade with high potential to change the course of U.S. import-export trade in the year ahead. 1. Shifting Currents in Global Energy Flows The lifting of restrictions on U.S. oil exports together with the shale revolution have altered global flows of fossil-based fuels and recast…

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