Panjiva Daily: The $6.8 billion purchasing gap; worse-for-longer for west coast ports

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President Biden faces new Senate legislation that could require faster action on trade policy with China, where exports were $6.8 billion behind schedule in April. Hapag-Lloyd finds life on the west coast remains tough. Also: Mexico matters more for milk than Canada as dispute floodgates open; diversification opportunity for JBS, Hilton Foods from U.K.-Australia trade deal; global trade rebound may not be as good as it seems; WTO fish talks will need to cover labor as well as subsidies to succeed; disputes, not fish or vaccines, the hold up for WTO reform as G7 meets; and a new round of ...

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