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2019 Outlook: The View from Panjiva’s Co-Founder

Will 2019 be a year of pivotal achievement or heavy disappointments for global trade deals? With 2018 having become another outstanding year for global trade, it is tempting to conclude from the early signs of slowing growth and rising protectionism flowing into 2019 that trade’s rosy times ma... Read more →

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2019 Outlook: The Year Ahead for Global Supply Chains

Panjiva’s 2019 Outlook series has identified over 25 issues to watch for global supply chains including in the fields of global policy, the logistics industry and corporate strategies. In U.S. trade policy the ongoing negotiations with China are the key area to watch. We expect a transactional... Read more →

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2019 Outlook – Logistics: Getting Back To Basics

The global logistics industry had a challenging 2018 due to rising fuel costs and overcapacity. The coming year won’t be any easier. Attempts to rebuild profitability, which fell by 2.4% points at the EBITDA line for the container-lines and 0.6% points for the freight forwarders, may include s... Read more →

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2018 Review: Deals Done and Not Done – What We Got Wrong and Why

Global supply chains bring surprises every year, confounding even the hardest working prognosticators. Panjiva research got (at least) five things wrong. The RCEP trade deal wasn’t passed, largely due to “Make in India” tariffs, and may make little additional headway in 2019 unless such tariff... Read more →

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