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Datamyne Blog

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

Category Archive: Markets

Trade Data on China: US Exports Take a Hit

Category: Indicators, Markets

The Mercosur countries feeling the pinch of China’s economic rebalancing act with its cutbacks in imports (as we wrote yesterday in Mercosur’s Falling Currencies Failing to Lift Exports) are not alone: Any country that counts on China as a customer for its exports is likely sustaining losses ……

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Pacific Alliance Trade Pact Enters into Force

Category: Markets, Trade Policy

The Pacific Alliance has reached a new milestone in its quest to eliminate barriers to the free flow of goods, capital and labor across the borders of the bloc’s four member nations (Chile, Colombia, Mexico and Peru) and so position itself as a hub for Asian-Latin American trade. The Additional…

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Happy Bastille Day!

Category: Markets, Trade Data

More than champagne and perfume …  the leading French imports in the US are turbojets, airplanes and other aircraft. Although, as we’ve noted before, France is the leading source for US imports of wine and spirits. Here are the top 15 US imports from France:

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Bottled up: Chilean Salmon Exports

Category: Markets, Trade Data

An eight-day strike by the National Association of Customs Officers in Chile ended yesterday, clearing the way for shipments of Chilean salmon to resume. The strike affected all Chilean exporters, but the exporters of perishables – seafood, fruits and vegetables – were hit hardest by the embargo. The interruption in Chilean…

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