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Datamyne Blog

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

Looking for Cool

Category: Trade Data

Top product searches of our import data focus on refrigerants The most frequent product search of Datamyne’s US import data in December was for R134a (a.k.a. hydrofluorocarbon-134A, or HFC-134a, or 1,1,1,2–tetrafluoroethane), a refrigerant used in most car air conditioning units … until now. In 2006, the European Union set 2011 as…

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Some Fungicide with Your O.J.?

Category: Markets

FDA testing orange juice import shipments The Wall Street Journal reports that the Food and Drug Administration is testing inbound orange juice shipments at US ports for a fungicide, carbendazim, that has been found in brand-name juice products sold in the States. The FDA has not revealed the name of…

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Exporting to Brazil?

Category: Resources

Commercial News will translate your ad into Portuguese for free Commercial News USA, the official export promotion magazine of the US Department of Commerce, is doing a special promotion of its ad pages: Buy two ads and get the third ad for free … plus get a free listing ad…

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More Bank Accounts Seized

Category: Trade Policy

Allegations of trade-based money laundering on the rise by Peter Quinter, guest columnist This past year has seen an explosion of seizures of bank accounts by the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) and the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) or Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) for alleged trade-based money laundering or…

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Counting Flood’s Toll on Thai Trade

Category: Trade Data

No December shipments of HDDs to US from top exporters Comparison of US waterborne import data from November 2010 with November 2011 indicates a 6.3% drop in trade volumes from Thailand – providing a partial measure of the damage done by the flooding of the country’s manufacturing centers in October. The table…

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Santa’s Top Helpers

Category: Trade Data

Trade data shows who really delivered toys to US kids Forget the North Pole. Most toys under the Christmas tree – or bestowed on US children any time of year for whatever reason – are made in China and delivered by container ships. Based on the volumes from Datamyne’s bill of…

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By the Numbers

Category: Trade Policy

New products in trade call for new classification codes With the New Year, an updated 2012 edition of the 6-digit Harmonized System (HS) of product classification codes overseen by the World Customs Organization (WCO) goes into effect. It’s the fourth such update, the culmination of a five-year process of review…

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Mexico Leads US Organic Fruit Imports

Category: Trade Data

New HS codes capture trade in organic produce This past year was the first in which specific Harmonized Tariff System (HTS) codes were available to identify incoming shipments to the US of fruits, vegetables, coffee, and grains that are “Certified Organic.” Here’s how share in the…

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