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Datamyne Blog

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

Sea Change for Bottled Water?

U.S. imports of water from Fiji are down sharply CNN Living poses the question — has bottled water become the new eco-no-no? — and answers, not quite yet. But trade statistics do show a marked drop in U.S. imports of “unsweetened water” (HS code 2201) from top sources France (Evian,…

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An Earth Day Story

Category: Trade Policy

The HS gets in the way of spreading environmental goods What’s the difference between a pipe used in treating wastewater and a pipe that transports oil? A hotplate and a solar cooker? A refrigerator that’s energy-efficient versus an energy hog? In the Harmonized Commodity Coding and Description System (HS) —…

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Miss Swaziland’s "Dubai"

There’s a name for re-exported, pre-owned, repurposed cars News that General Motors sold more cars in China than in the U.S. in March sent us to the data on U.S. car imports and exports. Among other searches, we looked for 2009’s top destinations for U.S. “passenger motor vehicles with…

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U.S. Export Market Sourcebook

ITA annual on FTAs, top trading partner nations available for download The International Trade Administration’s Top U.S. Export Markets, published annually since 2007, consists of two-page fact sheets on 14 current or pending free trade agreements and on 50 countries (plus the European Union) that are leading markets for U.S….

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Clock Stops on Countdown to Tariffs

Category: Markets, Trade Policy

Brazil, U.S. reach agreement in 11th-hour talks Brazil’s threat to impose stiff tariffs on a range of U.S. products and commodities as of April 7 has been withdrawn thanks to negotiations that began April 1 and concluded with an agreement announced April 6. The tariffs were to be in retaliation…

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