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

Fair Trade: Sustainable Trend?

Category: Trade Policy

Consumers are willing, but divorce divides the movement by Bill Armbruster, blog anchor Poverty has historically been the lot of small-holding farmers in developing countries. The fair trade movement seeks to change that by appealing to global consumers to pay a premium for some products with the promise that the extra…

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Uruguay’s Rising Star

Category: Markets

S&P restores Uruguay to investment grade, while Fitch boosts outlook to positive After raising its sovereign credit rating on Uruguay to BBB-/A-3 from BB+/B1 on April 3, S&P followed up with the same  boost to Citibank Uruguay’s global scale counterparty credit rating, and an affirmation of the national scale counterparty credit…

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Colombia-US FTA Set to Go

Category: Trade Policy

With labor issues resolved, tariffs on US exports will fall starting May 15 The Summit of the Americas ended on a minor key, with headlines zeroing in on the continued exclusion of Cuba at the instance of the US and the bad behavior of US agents, while twitter comments…

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Not So Invisible Hand Stirs Ethanol

Category: Markets

Government policies shape biofuels markets Sometime around the middle of last year, the US surged ahead of Brazil to become the world’s highest-volume exporter of ethanol. According to the Department of Energy’s Energy Information Administration (EIA), the US boosted its exports of ethanol to an average of nearly 78,000 barrels per…

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No Winner in Chinese Solar Case

Category: Trade Policy

Commerce finds countervailable subsidies, but will tariff help US industry? The  Department of Commerce last week announced its preliminary determination that certain Chinese producers/exporters of crystalline silicon photovoltaic (CSPV) cells have indeed received countervailable (albeit low) subsidies, with 2.90% going to Wuxi Suntech Power Co., Ltd.,  and  4.73% to Changzhou Trina…

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Still Waiting in the Wings

Category: Trade Policy

KORUS kicks in as Colombia, Panama FTAs cool their heels by Bill Armbruster, blog anchor The Korean-US free trade agreement enters into force tomorrow, March 15. As I wrote here last month, the progress of FTAs is stately indeed: After President Obama signed the legislation committing the US to the…

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Gasoline Data Blend

Category: Indicators

Trade data belongs in the mix of energy market indicators Consumers may be riveted by the steady up-tick in prices at the gas pump, but the analysts who follow the energy market can’t afford that kind of tunnel vision. Multiple factors are driving the cost of oil. The short list:…

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Datamyne Top 5: Markets for Argentina’s Wine

Category: Markets

Top South American producer, No.2 in the new world Datamyne’s South American team filed a report yesterday on the global market in wine (Needs Balance: Wine Market) and the “old world” producers’ efforts to shrink a global surplus in wine by cutting back vineyards. First among South American wine producers,…

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