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Datamyne Blog

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

Plastic Bag Tug of War

Category: Imports, Trade Policy

First-ever countervailing duty to be imposed on Vietnam The Department of Commerce has issued final determinations of anti-dumping duties to be imposed on plastic grocery bags made in Taiwan, Indonesia, and Vietnam. Polyethylene retail carrier bags — or PRCBs — have been the source of trade disputes between U.S. domestic producers…

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Plastic Bags Upstream & Down

Category: Exports

PRCBs are once and future export drivers Stepping back from the trade tug of war over the U.S. market for polyethylene retail carrier bags, overseas suppliers make a positive contribution to growth in U.S. export sales of the low density polyethylene resins from which PRCBs are made. PlasticNews reports…

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Global Bounce Back

WTO forecasts 9.5% growth in trade volumes The World Trade Organization (WTO) projects a rebound in world trade in 2010, recovering some, but by no means all, ground lost in 2009, when global trade volumes contracted 12.2% — the largest decline since World War II. If growth keeps to the…

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U.S. Imports Surge

Latest stats from The Datamyne show 15.9% jump in February The Datamyne’s latest statistics from its U.S. imports bill of lading database show imports recovering this February as compared with February 2009, but still short of prerecession levels. Here are the TEU (20-foot equivalent unit) tallies: Feb. 2010 1,120,239 Feb. 2009 966,942 Feb. 2008…

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Bands of Gold …

Category: Exports, Imports

… already tie U.S. & India as they sign trade framework U.S. Trade Representative Ron Kirk and Indian Minister of Commerce and Industry Anand Sharma signed a “Framework for Cooperation on Trade and Investment” March 17, and followed up by launching the “Integrating U.S. and Indian Small Businesses into…

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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 (, which would be subject to not only tariffs but also suspension of patents and intellectual property (IP) rights ( Without concessions from the U.S., the…

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