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Datamyne Blog

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

Cautionary Tale

Category: Imports

Customs broker charged with using “in-bond” cover to avoid import duties by Peter Quinter, guest columnist In a criminal complaint unsealed on July 25, 2012, the US Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of California in San Diego announced that it had charged eight people and three companies with conspiracy and…

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No Substitute for Sit-ups

Category: Imports

Ab Circle Pro exerciser traded on but didn’t deliver infomercial promises Companies that marketed the Ab Circle Pro in 2009-10 with TV infomercial claims that three minutes on the abdominal exerciser would yield results equivalent to 100 sit-ups have settled a deceptive advertising suit brought by the Federal Trade Commission. As…

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Lighter Shade of Transparency

Category: Resources

ITA opens up access to documents shedding light on trade remedy proceedings We’re always interested in new sources of information about trade, so we’re happy to report that the US International Trade Administration’s Import Administration (IA) has implemented the second phase in its roll-out of ACCESS – that’s the Antidumping/Countervailing…

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Sweet Slice of Success

Category: Imports

US consumers acquire a taste for imported mangoes … Ever mangled a mango? Our own first attempt at slicing and dicing a mango was a fail. But the fact that we tried at all was a sweet success for the National Mango Board, which is on a mission to market the…

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Weigh in on Panamax

Category: Transport

Here’s an invitation to a survey on what we can expect from canal expansion by Bill Armbruster In my last column, Scaling up for a Bigger Panamax, I shared my views on whether East and Gulf Coast ports can expect appreciable return on their investment in infrastructure that can…

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Chinese Tire Tariffs Run Down

Category: Trade Policy

Data shows trade diverted from China to suppliers in Korea, Thailand, India Get ready for revved up debate on US tariffs on Chinese tires, set to expire September 26. As we’ve noted before, the US tariffs imposed in 2009 signaled a course change in US trade policy and triggered a low-grade…

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C-TPAT Twofer

Category: Trade Policy

US, EU agree to recognize each other’s trusted traders: C-TPAT, AEO members by Peter Quinter, guest columnist US Customs and Border Protection’s very successful Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (C-TPAT) program has over 12,000 members in the United States. Most C-TPAT members are importers and customs brokers, but terminal operators and air and…

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China Digs into US Green Subsidies

Category: Trade Policy

Is China’s polysilicon investigation just a retaliatory move – or does it open a new issue? China’s Ministry of Commerce (MOFCOM) last week announced the launch of antidumping and countervailing investigations into solar-grade polysilicon imports from the US. China will also be looking into charges that South Korea has…

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