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HK reports exports value down 3.7%

HONG KONG, Nov 26 (GCTL18) – Hong Kong’s total exports’ value in October fell 3.7% year-on-year while the value of imports dropped 8.5%, the Census & Statistics Department announced today. 112 more words


Global Slowdown: Baltic Dry Shipping Index Declines 62% YoY While Shanghai Export Freight Index Down 49% YoY

The economic slowdown in China is reverberating across the globe, especially in terms of shipping costs. China’s biggest trade partner is the USA.0

But the China slowdown is crushing shipping costs as demand for shipments declines. 199 more words

General Economy

A trade surplus is great except when it isn't: Ask any Swiss watchmaker

Switzerland has released its latest trade figures, and in October it generated a record 4.2 billion franc ($4.2 billion) surplus.


The thing is, the only reason for that is that exports are slowing less quickly than imports: 160 more words

Brazilian inflation hit double digits for the first time in a dozen years

Brazil’s economy continues to deteriorate.

The country’s statistics department just released its latest batch of inflation numbers (link in Portuguese). The data show prices increased 10.3% in November from the same time a year earlier, the fastest pace since 2003 and also the first reading above 10% since that time. 269 more words

Tips To Enhance The Productivity Of Importers & Exporters

The world is a global village where the cargoes of silks, spices, fuels and other merchandise moves back and forth between the state-run companies and the overseas customers and suppliers, each day. 577 more words


Exports Fall by 45% Despite Modi's 30 Foreign Trips: Cong


Congress today sought to take the sheen out of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s frequent foreign tours, alleging India’s exports have dropped by a whopping 45 per cent despite him completing 30 foreign visits during his 18-month tenure. 469 more words

Japan to China box trade sees 7.1% decline in Sept

BEIJING, Nov 19 (GCTL18) – Container exports from Japan to China decreased 7.1% from a year earlier to 803,022 tons in September, suffering a year-on-year decline for the third consecutive month, according to a report unveiled by the Japan Maritime Center (JMC). 96 more words