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Datamyne Blog

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

Category Archive: Markets

Coronavirus Stress Tests Supply Chains and Slows Trade Flow

Companies in diverse sectors, including consumer electronics, automobiles and automotive parts, pharmaceuticals, and apparel are warning they are mere weeks away from running out of production-critical supplies as Chinese factories shut down and cross-border commerce is contained to limit contagion. There are few precedents for projecting the knock-on effects of…

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U.S.-Japan Trade Talks Yield a Partial Deal

Category: Markets

While negotiations between the U.S. and Japan are continuing with a view to a free trade agreement in 2020, the trade partners on September 25 announced a partial deal – an “early harvest” – that will open Japanese markets to more U.S. agricultural exports and reduce U.S. tariffs…

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The Top U.S. Trade Partner is Now Mexico

Category: Exports, Imports, Markets

Mexico, steadily rising in rank to No. 12 among exporting nations, has eclipsed China and Canada to become the U.S.’s leading trade partner.   Mexico is now the top U.S. trade partner, ranked by total value of import and export trade, according to Descartes Datamyne’s U.S. Census data for January through…

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