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Neumann, Coffee America brew import success

Coffee prices have increased, prompting a corresponding increase in prices from companies like Starbucks. The price hikes are the result of bad weather in coffee producing regions, like a drought in Brazil, as well as the same supply chain and logistics issues faced by other importers. Pricing... Read more →


India Looks to West to LatAm, Apparel May Be The Growth Route

The Indian government is considering structuring a limited trade deal in Central America to help boost exports. So far trade with Central and South America has been limited, with only Brazil and Colombia (1.2% and 1.1% of total exports) counting in India’s top 20. Exports outside those two tot... Read more →


TPP Gone, But NAFTA Matters More

As expected President Trump has withdrawn the U.S. from the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal, meeting one of his first day commitments. A renegotiation of NAFTA is likely to be next, and is arguably more important. Canada and Mexico accounted for 76% of the U.S. trade with TPP members, wit... Read more →


2017 Outlook: 6 Shipping Industry Questions to Answer

After a difficult 2016, the shipping industry may have a better year in 2017. Completion of the merger and acquisition deals signed in 2016 will require regulatory approvals that should not be taken for granted. A recovery in rates requires the consolidated industry to show capacity discipline... Read more →


2016 Review: 10 Top Trade Trends – Trump, Steel and Deals

The past year has been a tumultuous one for global trade, with repercussions to follow in 2017. In policy the election of President-elect Trump and the U.K. Brexit referendum struck unexpected blows, while some deals progressed (CETA, RCEP) and others floundered (TPP, TTIP). Trade regulators r... Read more →

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