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Datamyne Blog

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

October’s Midknights

Category: Imports

Walmart promo caps 13th season of US imports of South African summer citrus Walmart, a top US importer of South African citrus, invited shoppers at 32 stores to enjoy a “Taste of South Africa” with samples of oranges from the world’s second-ranked citrus exporter earlier this month. Sunhanra Conradie, CEO of…

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In Heaven There Is No Beer

Category: Imports

That’s why we drink it here – including 27 million barrels of imported brew What better time than October to join in singing the praises of beer? If you do hoist a glass, odds are that you’ll be drinking an import. Last year, according to a new report from Technomic,…

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Into the Sunset

Category: Resources

Here’s a fast way to figure current tariffs while they phase out under FTAs by Bill Armbruster, blog anchor Exporters and importers who expect all tariffs to be eliminated once a Free Trade Agreement takes effect may be in for a rude awakening. It turns out that free trade is not…

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Rotten Tomatoes

Category: Trade Policy

Move toward tearing up 16-year US-Mexico tomato trade pact gets bad reviews The US Commerce Department’s September 27 preliminary decision to end a trade pact governing the price of tomatoes exported by Mexico to the US has drawn criticism up and down the supply chain, from tomato importers and…

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Diversifying against Downside Risk

Western Digital aims to get some hard disk drive production out of Thailand A new report from IHS iSuppli finds the global hard disk drive (HDD) industry fully recovered a year after flooding halted production in Thailand. Not only are HDD shipments forecast to reach 524 million units in 2012…

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Exporting? Odds Are You’ll Cross the Line

Category: Trade Policy

Peter Quinter cautions companies in LexisNexis webinar on export compliance “I don’t care how big a company you are, how small a company you are, how many lawyers you have on staff—compliance people on staff—sooner or later the chances are pretty good that every company is going to end up…

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In Dispute: Argentina Trade Policies

Category: Trade Policy

WTO complaints against (and from) Argentina are rising. Here’s a scorecard. Its trade policies have secured for Argentina the dubious title of the most protectionist country in the world. As reported by the Latin Business Chronicle, and based on Global Trade Alert data from the UK-based Center for Economic Policy…

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Mixed Feelings

Category: Transport

Survey respondents divided on Panama Canal expansion’s impact on trade flow by Bill Armbruster, blog anchor In my last column, I asked readers to weigh in on a survey regarding the impact of the Panama Canal expansion on US waterborne trade. The $5.25 billion project will increase the maximum capacity…

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