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20190510-us-renewables-total

Solar Power Lights Up as Tariffs Become Business-as-Usual

The U.S. has reached two million solar power installations, double the level of three years ago. That’s come despite the imposition of tariff-rate quotas (TRQ) after the section 201 review by the Trump administration in Jan. 2018. Despite the TRQ there was a 110.8% rebound in seaborne im... Read more →

20190510-arg-autos-total

Toyota May Hope for Clearer Roads With Argentine Tax Break

The government of Argentina is seeking to bolster its sagging economy with an improved export tax rebate for its automotive industry. The increase, to 6.5% from 2.0% of value shipped, covers shipments to the Mercosur trading bloc and follows a 34.4% year over year drop in exports to Mercosur &... Read more →

20190510-trade-war-us-imports

Trump’s Tariffs Proved More Effective Than Xi’s in March

The U.S.-China trade war continued to go in America’s favor in March. U.S. imports of list 1+2 products  – where 25% duties were applied by the Trump administration in July and August – fell 33.1% year over year in March. Meanwhile imports of list 3 goods, where there have been 10%... Read more →

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Mastronardi Sprouts New Growth as Tariffs Plague Tomatoes

The U.S. has restarted an anti-dumping review of Mexican tomato exports after a suspension agreement in place since 1996 was not renewed. The case is significant as tomatoes accounted for 10.6% of Mexican agricultural exports to the U.S. by volume in the 12 months to Mar. 31, while agricultura... Read more →

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