In my post this morning, I mentioned the way that, for many countries, exports now contain a larger share of imported inputs than they did in earlier decades, as the cross-border trade in componentry has grown (facilitated by, inter alia, reduction in regulatory barriers). 550 more words
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(What's Left of) Our Economy: Despite New Uptick, Trade Remains a Long-term Loser for Sluggish US Economy
Central Leather Research Institute, Chennai (CLRI), in collaboration with the North-East Institute of Science and Technology, Branch Laboratory, Lamphelpat, Imphal (NEIST) have initiated a project—The North East Project which has designed more than 50 commercial products; merging leather with traditional North Eastern textiles. 393 more words
UK factories saw export demand fall for a fourth month in July, restraining growth in the manufacturing industry.
A Purchasing Managers’ Index increased to 51.9 from 51.4 in June, which was the lowest in more than two years, Markit Economics said on Monday. 34 more words
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Financial Television Host Lou Dobbs addressed this week’s market volatility, pinning the blame for most of the stock losses on China and warning investors to be cautious. 258 more words
China has emerged as the fourth largest export market for Britain in the past year, analysis of Britain’s government trade figures has revealed.
According to Santander, China’s mainland became Britain’s sixth largest export market in 2014, after exports grew 12 percent compared to the previous year. 33 more words