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Datamyne Resource Center

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

Category Archive: Resources

Chemicals Price-Setter: South Korea

On the trail of “The New Cheap*” Chemcost finds an opportunity to save on precipitated silica | by Brian J. McCormick, guest columnist. Chemicals buyers – in whatever country they are based – can economically benefit from discontinuous price opportunities, wherever they are to be found. Last month, we examined Chinese…

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Where Is “the New Cheap”*?

Chemcost embarks on a global hunt for the best prices for chemicals to be had by China, and by the US | by Brian J. McCormick, guest columnist. The Datamyne US Best Price Benchmark created each month by Chemcost, based on Datamyne trade data, provides a global context for evaluating…

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Show What You’ve Got

Category: Resources

It’s not too late for US exporters to apply for International Buyer Program B2B match-making at this Fall’s trade shows | by Bill Armbruster, blog anchor. Whether you’re looking to buy or sell, trade shows and trade fairs are excellent venues for reaching potential customers and suppliers. For US exporters,…

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What Secret Shipments Reveal

… and other tips on gleaning chemicals price information from EU aggregate trade data | by Brian J. McCormick, guest columnist This July, Datamyne introduces US Best Price Benchmark© for chemical commodities, a monthly index of the best prices across global markets for a basket of 10 commodities chosen from…

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CBP on the Prowl for Copycats

Category: Resources

Are Those Red Bottoms Really Christian Louboutins? | by Peter Quinter, guest columnist. Haven’t you ever thought – Are those Tory Burch flats real? Is that Coach tag attached to an authentic Coach purse? Are those boots really UGGs? Is that Michael Kors wallet a knock-off? Well, US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) asks the very same…

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On the Ground in Panama

Category: Exports, Resources

Top US commercial officer scopes out FTA/FTZ opportunities for US companies Datamyne blog anchor Bill Armbruster conducted an extensive e-mail interview with Daniel T. Crocker, senior commercial officer with the US Embassy in Panama, earlier this month. Besides the newly implemented FTA, topics included the opportunities afforded by the Colon…

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Out of Pocket

Category: Resources

An unexpected expense of international travel: having CBP seize your cash by Peter Quinter, guest columnist Below is a picture of a United States Treasury check. Not just any check, but a check payable to a client whose money was seized by US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) and Immigration and Customs Enforcement…

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Into the Sunset

Category: Resources

Here’s a fast way to figure current tariffs while they phase out under FTAs by Bill Armbruster, blog anchor Exporters and importers who expect all tariffs to be eliminated once a Free Trade Agreement takes effect may be in for a rude awakening. It turns out that free trade is not…

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