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

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 forecast…

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Tainted Tomatoes

Category: Data Applications

Fraud steals into the food supply chain  Kraft Foods is just one of the higher-profile victims of a scheme to sell millions of pounds of moldy or otherwise defective tomato products. Federal prosecutors say more than 55 companies may have inadvertently moved the tainted shipments through…

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Engine for growth

Category: Exports, Trade Policy

Betting that more exports = more jobs The Obama administration’s National Export Initiative (NEI) aims to double U.S. exports over the next five years by expanding government promotion efforts. The ultimate goal is job creation. As the Economic Report of the President concludes: “If consumption and…

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Cloudy with a chance of …

Category: Indicators, Resources

Trade outlook depends on the dollar’s rise and fall Back from a three-day weekend you might have picked up a copy of the Wall Street Journal on Tuesday to find the U.S. dollar had strengthened relative to the euro, the result of a crisis of confidence…

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Trade Winds – The Americas

Category: Markets, Resources

Still some room at the forumOne of the most important regions for U.S. exports is the Americas, market for more than $525 billion in U.S. merchandise in 2008. The Trade Winds Forum, to be held this year in São Paulo April 25-30, is the signature event of…

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