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2014 Media Kit

International Trade

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Smithfield Foods profit falls on weak exports

Reuters | September 06, 2013 | International Trade

Smithfield Foods Inc., the U.S. pork producer that has agreed to a $4.7 billion buyout by China's Shuanghui International Holdings, reported a 36 percent fall in quarterly profit, hurt by lower exports to key international markets such as Japan, China and Russia. Read More »

WTO set to agree Yemen’s membership terms

Reuters | September 06, 2013 | International Trade

Yemen's 13 year pursuit of a seat at the World Trade Organization is set to end successfully this month, making its entry into the global trade club a formality early next year. Read More »

German exports post surprise fall in July

Reuters | September 06, 2013 | International Trade

German exports and industrial output tumbled in July while imports rose, underscoring that the domestic economy is key for growth in Europe's largest economy this year as weakness elsewhere makes it hard to sell goods abroad. Read More »

Exports, spending pull euro zone out of recession in Q2

Reuters | September 04, 2013 | International Trade

A rebound in exports and a return to spending by households and governments pulled the euro zone out of recession in the second quarter of this year, data showed, in the first signs of recovery after the bloc's longest slump. Read More »

Cargosmart Hosts Seminars On Canada And Japan Customs Regulations

George Lauriat | September 03, 2013 | International Trade | Transport Intermediaries

CargoSmart Limited, a leading Software as a Service (SaaS) global shipping and logistics solutions provider, announced that it will be hosting a seminar series entitled “Compliance Countdown: Prepare for 2014 Advance Filing Requirements.” Read More »

Exmar And LNG Partners Take Further Steps
To Solidify Their Alliance For The BC LNG Project

George Lauriat | September 03, 2013 | Breakbulk & Projects | International Trade

Following execution of a Letter of Intent (LOI) by EXMAR with LNG Partners, LLC and LNG Barge Co BVBA for the long-term charter of a Floating Liquefaction & Storage Unit (FLSU) to serve the BC LNG Project near Kitimat, British Columbia, Canada, EXMAR and LNG Partners announced that they have taken a number of additional steps to solidify their alliance Read More »

Probe Into PetroChina Widens

Reuters | September 03, 2013 | International Trade

Hong Kong-listed Wison Engineering Services Co Ltd said chairman and controlling shareholder Hua Bangsong "is assisting relevant authorities" who were conducting an investigation after sharp falls in Wison's share price Read More »

CSN Wants Alabama Plant Included in Purchase of Brazil Steel Mill

George Lauriat | September 03, 2013 | International Trade

Brazilian steelmaker CSN (Companhia Siderúrgica Nacional SA) may call off plans to buy ThyssenKrupp's money-losing CSA mill in Rio de Janeiro if the German steelmaker does not include a U.S. sister plant in the deal, a source with knowledge of the matter said. Read More »

Shenzhen’s Yantian Terminal Hit With Strike

George Lauriat | September 03, 2013 | International Trade

Radio Free Asia (RFA) is reporting that around 800-workers at the Yantian International Container Port Co. walked out on Sunday (Sept. 1st) in protest, saying the company had failed to deliver on a promised school subsidy for their children. Read More »

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