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20201112-laredo-airports

Laredo expansion may cut into Monterrey’s airfreight growth

American Triple I and AFCO may expand cargo handling facilities at Laredo airport in Texas. This would provide an alternative supply route for importers to Mexico that have previously relied on Monterrey airport. Monterrey has seen a 13.0% surge in inbound airfreight in September and has outpe... Read more →

20201015-eu-steel-imports

Daimler, Deere could face Trump-baiting EU carbon border tax

The European Union’s carbon border tax (CBT) plans may initially focus on cement, power and steel though it is “still struggling in finding a way to such a mechanism in a WTO compatible manner”, according to EC Deputy Director General Klaus-Dieter Borchardt. The implementation of a CBT is one ... Read more →

20201015-telco-macro

5G rollout has yet to accelerate as equipment imports languish

Apple’s iPhone 12 features 5G capabilities and will rely on the rollout of new networks. The latter process has been complicated in the U.S. by a ban on imports of telecoms equipment linked to Huawei, which the forthcoming U.S. general elections are unlikely to change. U.S. imports of telecoms... Read more →

20201014-vw-destins

Volkswagen finds sea shipping a better way after rail disruptions

Volkswagen has started exporting cars to the U.S. from Mexico via the port of Lazaro Cardenas, avoiding congested roads and protest-afflicted rail routes. Volkswagen’s exports from Mexico have struggled to recover after COVID-19 related factory closures in May. Shipments including the Audi Q5 ... Read more →

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