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Research on Logistics

Whatever your do, you rely on logistics. Access analysis of the competitive dynamics and corporate finances of the shipping companies, as well as the impact of port activity and shipping rates on your business.


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Shipyards Becalmed in August, But New Wind For Sales

Shipbuilders had a tough August, with deliveries of $4.3 billion in Japan, South Korea and China being the lowest since February. That was 12.1% lower than a year earlier, also marking the first reversal February. However, total deliveries in the past 12 months are still 9% higher than the prior period, and order bookings – especially in China from CMA-CGM and in South Korea from MSC – appear healthy.

Research on Manufacturing Industries

Learn what trade data can tell you about industries from commodities and food to electronics and autos with concise, regular updates.


20170922-korus-total

South Korea Calls for KORUS Talks, Trump Wants It Straightened Out

South Korea has reportedly called for a second round of KORUS talks. Following talks between the two countries’ leaders and trade ministers. Prior talks failed on the U.S. focus on the trade deficit – South Korea wanted an investigation first. President Trump remains committed to wanting to “straighten out” the deal – it’s difficult to see this being a reference to anything other than the deficit. To a certain extent the South Korean surplus vs. the U.S. was already “straightening out”, having fallen for 15 straight months to July 31 to drop to an annual level not seen since April 2013. However, a spike in exports in August has meant the surplus has increased 19% on a year earlier for the month. South Korea’s auto exports account for 26% of the total in the past year and will need to be at the center of talks if a meaningful cut in the surplus is to be achieved.

Research on Economics

Get the story behind the story with in-depth analysis of what is driving trade in the world’s largest economies.


20170922-thai-total

Thai Export Boom Makes Government Look Conservative, But Has Commodity Risks

Thai export growth reached 14% in August vs. a year earlier, the fastest rate since December 2012 and well ahead of economists’ 5% forecast. It also means the government’s forecast of 7% growth for the year may be conservative – that would require a slowdown to a 4% growth in the rest of the year. In absolute terms a 13% expansion in exports of electronics was the main driver, though commodities including rubber (25%) and rice (48%) grew more quickly. Risks to the growth outlook include that high exposure to commodities – which can prove volatile – and a U.S. trade case investigating Thai household appliance exports.

Research on Politics

Shifting policies, regulations and trade deals move the goal posts - get the data and facts behind the hype.


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Steel Can Kicked Down The Road, Won’t Be Any Easier To Pick Up Later

A decision by President Trump on action following the section 232 “national security” review of U.S. steel imports will not be made until after tax reform is concluded. The review faces three challenges. First is the potential for increased costs for U.S. manufacturers that use steel. Second is actually showing national security issues for specific products. Third is determining who to target. Trade talks are already underway with Mexico, Canada, South Korea, Japan and India which together account for 37% of imports – steel tariffs would complicate those talks. Geopolitical tensions also overshadow relations with Russia and China, which account for 11% of the total and have grown 113% and 27% in the past quarter on a year earlier respectively.

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