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International Trade

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Premium Article  World Bank’s IFC finances new Brazil container dock

AJOT | March 27, 2011 | International Trade | Ports & Terminals

The International Finance Corporation (IFC), the World Bank's private-sector lender, has arranged nearly $600 million in loans for a new container terminal that will raise capacity at Brazil's largest port.

The IFC will provide $97 million to Brasil T Read More »

Premium Article  Puerto Rico’s Bacardi Rum Takes on the World

Karen Thuermer | March 27, 2011 | International Trade

Bacardi Rum has its roots in Cuba after Don Facunda Bacardi Massó emigrated from Spain to Santiago de Cuba. While rum was the most popular drink in the Caribbean thanks to the region’s large sugarcane industry, he realized it needed to be made more palata Read More »

Premium Article  Chile looks to rise on export growth in 2011

George Lauriat | March 27, 2011 | International Trade

Despite setbacks of 2010, including the devastating earthquake in February (and subsequent rescue of 33 trapped miners in October) Chile seems poised to regain its economic initiative based on export growth. The question for the Obama Administration, i Read More »

Premium Article  PNW log exports up on China demand

Leo Quigley | March 27, 2011 | Breakbulk & Projects | International Trade

China’s demand for raw logs has injected new life into lumber-dependent communities in the Pacific Northwest. The demand is the result of a tax placed on log exports by Moscow and initiatives by the lumber industry and government to introduce wood as a bu Read More »

China trade swings to largest deficit in 7 years

AJOT | March 24, 2011 | International Trade

China swung to a surprise trade deficit in February of $7.3 billion, its largest in seven years, as the Lunar New Year holiday dealt an unexpectedly sharp blow to exports.

It was China's first trade deficit since March last year and its biggest since Read More »

Euro area trade deficit widens in January

AJOT | March 24, 2011 | International Trade

Countries using the euro reported a wider trade deficit in January than a year earlier although trading activity continued to grow, according to figures published.

The European Union's statistics office Eurostat said the 17 countries using the euro ha Read More »

Ford wants to raise its game in ASEAN

AJOT | March 24, 2011 | International Trade

Ford Motor Co said it planned to introduce eight new vehicles into Southeast Asia over the next five years as part of its effort to win market share in the fast-growing region.

The second-largest U.S. automaker has had a "favourable" year so far with Read More »

Steel imports decline in February from January 16.1%

AJOT | March 24, 2011 | International Trade

Imports declined by 16.1 percent in February compared to January according to preliminary government data. 'Imports declined from major supplying countries, such as Canada, Mexico, EU and Japan. Oil country tubular goods ' which had increased strongly i Read More »

EU seal pelts import ban dispute goes to WTO court

AJOT | March 24, 2011 | International Trade

Seal pelt exporter Canada won the right to have its grievance against a European Union import ban heard through the World Trade Organisation's (WTO) court system.

The issue now goes before a panel of the WTO's Dispute Settlement Body, a WTO official s Read More »

US says China missed copyright goods deadline

AJOT | March 24, 2011 | International Trade

China has missed a deadline to comply with a World Trade Organization ruling against restrictions on foreign companies distributing copyright-intensive goods like books, newspapers, films, DVDs and music, a U.S. official said.

"The U.S. government is Read More »

Canada, So. Korea close to resolving beef dispute

AJOT | March 24, 2011 | International Trade

Canada and South Korea are "very, very close" to diplomatically resolving an 8-year-old dispute over Canada's beef exports, the Canadian agriculture minister.

Agriculture Minister Gerry Ritz said talks have made progress as a decision from a World Tra Read More »

Group urges US not to implement WTO loss to China

AJOT | March 24, 2011 | International Trade

The United States should refuse to implement a World Trade Organization ruling that would weaken its ability to use countervailing duty laws against subsidized goods from China, a coalition of labor and business groups said.

"In a series of increasing Read More »

US, China steel dispute goes to WTO court

AJOT | March 24, 2011 | International Trade

The World Trade Organization (WTO) referred to its court system a U.S. complaint against China over anti-dumping duties that China has imposed on certain types of electrical steel.

The issue now goes before a panel of the WTO's Dispute Settlement Body Read More »

Shanghai to scan Japanese food, cargo for radiation

AJOT | March 16, 2011 | International Trade

Shanghai authorities have ordered detailed checks of imports from Japan for radioactivity, including on food, people and cargo, Chinese state media reported.

The Shanghai Entry-Exit Inspection and Quarantine Bureau placed the announcement on its websi Read More »

EU plans five-year duties on Chinese glossy paper

AJOT | March 16, 2011 | International Trade

The European Commission has proposed a five-year import tariff worth up to 39.1 percent on imports of coated fine paper from China, according to a document obtained by Reuters.

The tariff, which needs the approval of European Union member states and m Read More »

Steel exports jump in January over December

AJOT | March 16, 2011 | International Trade

Steel exports increased 14.2 percent in January compared to December according to government data. 'Exports jumped in January, as shipments increased strongly to both NAFTA and our other trading partners in the Western Hemisphere. These data show strong Read More »

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