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BAe, Lonza have friends in New Hampshire as primary approaches

The U.S. election primary season may shine a spotlight on the trade policies of Democratic nominee candidates as well as the Trump administration’s record. Exports from New Hampshire, which holds its primary on Feb. 11, were worth $4,200 per capita in 2019 after overall growth of 8.2% year ove... Read more →


2020 Outlook: New Year, New Frenemies – U.S. Trade Policy

The Trump administration has already brought tumultuous change to U.S. trade policy since 2017. There’s likely to be little let up in 2020 with nine major issues to consider. First, the November elections may shine a spotlight on trade. There’s been a 0.4% drop in exports to China in the 12 mo... Read more →


Panjiva Insights – Light In The Tunnel?

Panjiva held a webinar on Oct. 30 to review our 4Q trade policy outlook as well as show how to use Panjiva in a banking setting. This report provides a link to the on-demand recording as well as addressing attendees’ questions and providing the resultings of two polls held on the call. In a po... Read more →


Panjiva Insights: China Beyond Tariffs

S&P Global held a cross-divisional event on Sept. 9 to consider the impact and outlook for the U.S.-China trade war. This report provides a review of the 16 questions asked in the panel discussion. Paul Gruenwald, S&P Global’s Chief Economist, noted there has been a downturn in activity in tra... Read more →

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