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Datamyne Blog

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

Category Archive: Trade Data

Trade Data on China: Eye on Export Competition

Category: Markets, Trade Data

China’s currency devaluations aimed at making its goods more attractively priced for global markets have prompted the Obama administration to urge the world’s leading exporter to rely less on foreign sales and more on domestic consumption to stabilize and grow its economy, as the Wall Street Journal reports. Actually,…

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Trade Data on Tianjin, China: Traffic in US Imports

Category: Markets, Trade Data

The repercussions from August 12’s deadly Tianjin blast continue to be felt across global supply chains. Generally ranked among China’s (and by extension the world’s) top 10 ports, Tianjin handled US$45,681,904,539 worth of exports, accounting 6.10% of the country’s waterborne exports, in first-half 2015, and US$36,482,028,89 in imports, or 7.97%…

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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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