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Datamyne Blog

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

Brazil’s Retaliatory Tariffs

After 8 years, 30 days to sanctions With the approval of the World Trade Organization, Brazil is set to impose tariffs on a range of U.S. products and commodities in retaliation for U.S. government subsidies to American cotton growers. The trade dispute started in 2002 when Brazil went to…

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Cockeyed Optimism

Category: Imports, Indicators

The surge in imports may be a triumph of hope over reality. By Bill Armbruster Have U.S. importers been too optimistic about growth prospects in the U.S. this year? I think so — and I think that helps explain why there such was a mad…

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The Datamyne In the News

Category: Trade Data, Transport

The March cover story in American Shipper (subscription only) on “The Resilient NVO” features data and analysis from The Datamyne, including the top 100 non-vessel operating common carriers on Asia-to-U.S. and Europe-to-U.S. trade lanes based on TEU volumes, 2008-2009, as well as market share charts for the top…

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Low Expectations

U.S. consumers are pessimistic; confidence is back in Asia, Brazil  The Conference Board Consumer Confidence Index (released Feb. 23, based on a survey of 5,000 U.S. households through Feb. 17) now stands at 46.0 (1985=100), down from a relatively optimistic 56.5 in January. The…

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OJ on Ice

A January cold snap spikes the price of citrus  Latest assessments from the U.S. Department of Agriculture put the loss to Florida citrus growers from January’s cold snap at 7.4 million boxes of fruit at minimum — this on top of a harvest…

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