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Datamyne Blog

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

Category Archive: Imports

Valentine’s Day | Most Popular Imports

Category: Imports

This Valentine’s Day you may be scrambling to find the perfect gift for that perfect someone. We hope this infographic, featuring popular V-Day imports and fun facts, will help guide you in the right direction. If you’re pondering flowers, roses may be a…

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Where US Beef Comes from

Category: Imports, Indicators

Do you know where US beef comes from? Until last month, you could find out where your hamburger came from by reading the label on the package. Labeling meat products to disclose where the animal was born, raised and slaughtered was mandatory. But Congress has repealed country-of-origin labeling (COOL) for…

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Congress Blinks, Repeals COOL

Category: Imports, Trade Policy

Faced with the threat of retaliatory tariffs from Canada and Mexico, Congress tucked a repeal of the mandatory country-of-origin labeling – or COOL – rules for meat that offended the NAFTA trade partners into the omnibus spending bill passed in the closing days of 2015. Canada and Mexico had appealed to…

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US Tariffs on Chinese Steel Near 500%

Category: Imports, Trade Policy

US tariffs on Chinese steel imports could near 500% with the Commerce Department International Trade Administration’s preliminary decision to slap anti-dumping duties of 256% on corrosion-resistant steel – this  on top of countervailing duties of 236% imposed in November to offset Chinese government subsidies of its steel producers. The…

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On the Way: Fresh Grapes Imported from Chile

Category: Imports

’Tis the season for (no, not Santa, that’s next week) … fresh grapes imported from Chile! As the Northern Hemisphere swings into winter, shipments of fruit from the Southern Hemisphere ramp up. Leader of the pack, the first Chilean table grapes have shipped, reports Fresh Fruit Portal. From the winter…

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A New HS Code for Tesla (and Other EV Makers)

Category: Imports, Indicators

Yet another sign that electric cars are catching on: A new 10-digit Harmonized Tariff System code has been established for the lithium-ion batteries used to power electrical vehicles: HS 8507.60.0010. Until now, the HS codes did not distinguish between EV batteries and Li-Ion batteries used in consumer electronic devices…

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Steelmakers Pushback against Low Price Imports

Category: Imports, Trade Policy

A trade complaint concerning hot-rolled steel filed with the Department of Commerce and US Trade Commission Tuesday is the latest move in a US steelmakers pushback against low price imports that “have been flooding our shores, substantially reducing selling prices, shipment volumes, and earnings,” says James L. Wainscott, Chairman, President and CEO…

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J.Crew Brought Low by a Cropped Sweater

Category: Imports, Indicators

Tossing aside the Head of Women’s Design for the J.Crew brand and trimming 175 from the payroll, the J.Crew Group last week announced alterations aimed at “critical improvements to our J.Crew women’s assortment including fit, design aesthetic and styling.” As Business Insider reported here and here, J.Crew’s…

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