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

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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US, China Trade Tit for Tat

Category: Trade Policy

US files WTO complaint against Chinese tariffs on American-made automobiles The Obama Administration has challenged China’s antidumping and countervailing duties on cars manufactured in the US with a request for “dispute settlement consultations” at the World Trade Organization. The countries now have 60 days to talk about it –…

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Mexico’s Exports Fuel GDP

Category: Markets

With growth outpacing Brazil, no change in Mexican economic policy forecast The New York Times took sidebar note of Mexico’s fast-growing economy during its coverage of June’s Group of 20 meeting. Mexico’s economy grew faster than Brazil’s last year and it is on pace to beat its Latin American rival…

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A Better-Balanced CBP Regulation

Category: Trade Policy

Intent is to protect the rights of trademark holders and legitimate importers by Peter Quinter, guest columnist Finally, after years of debate, on April 24 Customs and Border Protection (CBP) amended its regulations regarding the detention and seizure of suspected imported counterfeit merchandise. In my opinion, it provides a good balance between…

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Scaling up for a Bigger Panamax

Category: Transport

Prospects for new services are driving investment at East, Gulf Coast ports   by Bill Armbruster, blog anchor East and Gulf Coast ports are investing billions of dollars in dredging and shoreside infrastructure so they will be able to handle the larger vessels that will be capable of transiting the Panama…

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COOL Shrimp? Consumers Shrug

Category: Imports

Buyers seem indifferent to country-of-origin labeling, say USDA researchers This is counter-intuitive. The US Department of Agriculture reports that its researchers have been unable to detect any shift in the pattern of consumers’ purchases of shrimp from 1998 through 2006 – that is, before and after April 2005, when…

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Guar Is Thicker than Water

Category: Imports

In demand for fracking, supplies of the Asian beans are thin on the ground The new “black gold” isn’t oil, but guar, a bean whose seeds are made into a gum used to thicken sauces, ice cream, yogurts – and now “proppants,” the materials that are forced into fractured…

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Brazilian Spirit

Category: Imports

Cachaça is in a class by itself, USTR says (and, please, don’t call it rum) UK distiller Diageo is set to pay $450 million to Ypióca Agroindustrial Limitada to acquire the leading premium cachaça brand, Ypióca, the Financial Times reports. The acquisition, Diageo says, gives the world’s leading…

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