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Datamyne Blog

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

Designing in NY?

Category: Exports, Resources

… Design Your Export Future The U.S. Commercial Service is offering Exporting 101, a one-day seminar featuring executive-level, pragmatic presentations from experts in international business expressly for designers of apparel, films/videos, footwear, furniture, consumer goods, jewelry, toys/games, textile fabrics. Register here for the April 13 seminar in NYC.//...

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Brazil's Countdown Continues

Category: Markets, Trade Policy

Scope of threat broadens Brazil has broadened the scope of threatened retaliation to include 21 new items, including pharmaceuticals, music and movies (http://bit.ly/cQQ7a8), which would be subject to not only tariffs but also suspension of patents and intellectual property (IP) rights (http://bit.ly/cLNimL). Without concessions from the U.S., the…

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Speed Dating for Customers

Category: Imports

The Commerce Dept. wants to make you a match  Last Thursday, Commerce Sec. Gary Locke took questions during a live webcast about the administration’s National Export Initiative (NEI) to double U.S. exports in the next five years. (You can watch the webcast at http://trade.gov/.) American products…

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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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