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20190425-india-iran-product

Iran Sanctions Could Take Toll on Indian Rice, Drug Exports

The extension of sanctions against Iran by the U.S. regarding oil may have an knock-on effect to suppliers of other products should the Iranian economy contract due to lower oil revenues. That’s led an Indian farming association to lobby the government to ensure continued export access. ... Read more →

20190425-us-ports-perf-comp

Ports’ Storm Over in March, U.S. Trade Deficit Hike Possible

The U.S. government’s trade data reporting schedule finally returns to normal on May 3 with advance figures for March. Analysis of eight major seaports indicates a return to growth in international trade with a 5.2% increase year over year compared to an 8.1% contraction in February. The... Read more →

20190424-harley-us-imports-countries

Trump’s Hog Help Could Hurt KTM, Volkswagen

President Donald Trump has promised the U.S. “will reciprocate” against EU duties on motorcycle exports. The President has the opportunity to make good on his threat via the forthcoming section 232 review of the automotive sector. Such a move would open another front in the emergin... Read more →

20190424-wilmington-countries

Wilmington Will Grow, If ZIM Can Find New Customers

The Port of Wilmington, NC has received its largest vessel on record, operated by ZIM Shipping, – following a series of investments in handling capacity. That should allow continued growth after Wilmington delivered the fastest growth among the top 30 ports in the U.S. in 2018. One challenge f... Read more →

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