Panjiva in the News: July Trade Data

  • By Josh Green
  • · August 14, 2009
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Earlier this week, Panjiva released data showing that the number of global manufacturers serving the U.S. market increased 7% from June to July.  Here’s a sampling of the press coverage of Panjiva’s latest analysis:

Panjiva in The New York Times: Trade Deficit Widened as Imports Rose in June

The New York Times: “In July, the number of overseas manufacturers sending shipments to the United States increased by 7 percent, according to the private firm Panjiva, which tracks shipping.”

Panjiva in BusinessWeek: More Manufacturing Shipments Hit America’s Ports in July

BusinessWeek: “International shipments to ports have been on the rise since bottoming out in February at 120,000, the lowest since Panjiva started tracking in July 2007.”

Panjiva in Supply Chain Management Review — Signs are positive but economic recovery needs time

Supply Chain Management Review / Logistics Management: “Said Green…  ‘There is no question we are still vulnerable to additional shocks.’”

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