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Datamyne Blog

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

Category Archive: Resources

Lighter Shade of Transparency

Category: Resources

ITA opens up access to documents shedding light on trade remedy proceedings We’re always interested in new sources of information about trade, so we’re happy to report that the US International Trade Administration’s Import Administration (IA) has implemented the second phase in its roll-out of ACCESS – that’s the Antidumping/Countervailing…

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New How-to on FDA Compliance

Category: Resources

Handbook offers advice from leading  lawyers Peter Quinter, partner in charge of the Customs and International Trade Law Departments at Becker & Poliakoff, and frequent guest columnist on Datamyne’s blog, is a contributing author to a new handbook on legal compliance with Food and Drug Administration regulations. The book is…

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Exporting to Brazil?

Category: Resources

Commercial News will translate your ad into Portuguese for free Commercial News USA, the official export promotion magazine of the US Department of Commerce, is doing a special promotion of its ad pages: Buy two ads and get the third ad for free … plus get a free listing ad…

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Cosmetic Trick

Category: Resources

One tiny label can cover US FDA & Canadian & EU requirements by Peter Quinter, guest columnist The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has strict labeling requirements for cosmetic products. One area that consistently causes confusion among companies that distribute cosmetic products to countries on different continents is the…

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Top Datamyne Searches

Category: Indicators, Resources

New feature tracks trends in searches of our trade data Datamyne has added a new feature to its website home page. We’re listing the top “country,” “company,” and “product” searches by subscribers of our trade database each month, starting with July. Ranked by volume of inquiries, the month’s most popular search terms can…

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Food Prices: Why So High?

Latest spike is a variation on the pattern set in 2002 A steady downward trend in global food prices in 1980-2002 has given way to sharp rises and falls. A report from the US Department of Agriculture Economic Research Service (ERS) looks for answers to the question Why Have Food…

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Practical Tools

Category: Imports, Resources

In Miami: Seminar equips food importers to meet CBP, FDA rules It’s become an annual event in Miami. This year’s seminar on importing food to the US, Practical Tools for Trade in the Food Industry, will be held Wednesday, September 7, from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., at the Port…

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Whiskey, X-ray, Yankee, Zulu

Category: Resources

US east coast ports countdown to Hurricane Irene’s arrival By Wednesday night, the US Coast Guard Captain of the Port for Sector North Carolina had set Port Condition X-Ray for the Ports of Wilmington and Morehead City in preparation for the impact of Hurricane Irene in 48 hours. Both…

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Fresh Resource for Food Exporters

Category: Exports, Markets, Resources

A new free database offers access to international regulations on food additives The Grocery Manufacturers Association (GMA) has developed, with a grant from the Department of Agriculture, an International Food Additive Database designed to provide easy access to accurate and current regulatory requirements on food additives in importing countries…

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