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Datamyne Blog

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

Apple Season

It’s time to watch US import data for signs that new Apple products are ready for picking. The Loop reports that Apple has sent out invitations to an event on September 10 at the company’s Cupertino, Calif., headquarters. Cue the rumors that a new iPhone is about to be unveiled. Meanwhile, there…

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California and the Pacific Pumas

Category: Exports, Transport

Latin America’s Pacific Alliance trade bloc creates trade opportunities beyond the region. They are Latam’s fastest-growing economies, market-driven and sustaining an expanded middle class. The four countries of the Pacific Alliance – Chile, Colombia, Mexico, and Peru – aim to eliminate barriers to the free flow of goods, services, and labor…

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Sizing up the Senate DHS Budget Bill

Category: Trade Policy

Border security trumps trade facilitation in proposed homeland security budget appropriations | by Peter Quinter, guest columnist. In the proposed Fiscal Year 2014 budget approved by the US Senate Appropriations Committee on July 18, 2013, “Big Government” is going to get even bigger. The US Department of Homeland Security Customs…

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Where Is “the New Cheap”*?

Chemcost embarks on a global hunt for the best prices for chemicals to be had by China, and by the US | by Brian J. McCormick, guest columnist. The Datamyne US Best Price Benchmark created each month by Chemcost, based on Datamyne trade data, provides a global context for evaluating…

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Show What You’ve Got

Category: Resources

It’s not too late for US exporters to apply for International Buyer Program B2B match-making at this Fall’s trade shows | by Bill Armbruster, blog anchor. Whether you’re looking to buy or sell, trade shows and trade fairs are excellent venues for reaching potential customers and suppliers. For US exporters,…

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The Path Not Taken

Category: Exports, Trade Policy

National Export Initiative goal of doubling US exports in 5 years is decades out of reach at current pace. Back in 2010, the year this blog launched, we wrote about the National  Export Initiative (NEI) just nine months into the US government’s 5-year campaign to double exports. In Aiming High,…

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Peruvian Economy Disappoints

Category: Indicators, Markets

Is this the curse of commodities export dependence at work? Peru’s gross domestic product expanded 5.0% in May, lower than the expected 5.5 to 6.0% growth, the government announced last week. Barely two weeks earlier, President Ollanta Humala was remarking on Peru’s tripling of its GDP in the past…

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What Secret Shipments Reveal

… and other tips on gleaning chemicals price information from EU aggregate trade data | by Brian J. McCormick, guest columnist This July, Datamyne introduces US Best Price Benchmark© for chemical commodities, a monthly index of the best prices across global markets for a basket of 10 commodities chosen from…

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