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Weekly Export Inspection Update through 3/23/2017

Weekly Export Inspections for corn (week ending 3/23/17) were 1.556 MMT, 223 TMT higher than last week.  Year to date totals of 3.184 MMT is over 1.329 MMT ahead of last years pace. 47 more words

Corn

KanColle: 41cm Twin Gun Mount for Nagato "Super Premium" Figure by SEGA

Welcome to another relaxing Anime Saturday Morning! Back in February, I took a look at SEGA’s Battleship Nagato “Super Premium” Prize Figure. I loved the figure, but lamented the fact that the seller screwed me out of her Gun Mount. 573 more words

China boosts apple exports to U.S.

Washington apple producers have benefited from full varietal access to China, which is also stepping up its export game

Two years ago, after decades of sparring through negotiations, the U.S. 70 more words

Capital Press

Chinese pear sales grow slowly in U.S.

Imports of Chinese pears in the U.S. are slowly growing while exports of U.S. pears to China maybe stalled. Chinese growers may try to block U.S. 50 more words

Capital Press

Bird flu and global poultry supply chain impact

An article in the Wall Street Journal (March 22, 2017) titled “Bird-Flu Outbreak Brings Pain for Poultry Producers in Asia”, describes the emerging cases of H7N9 bird flu in China, with over 140 human deaths in China this year alone, and its impact. 97 more words

Supply Chain Issues

Tariff Investigation Shows 'Prevasive Underselling at High Margins'

The International Trade Commission (ITC) says there’s evidence of “significant” underselling of Chinese truck and bus tires from 2013 to 2015, and that the underselling margins generally increased over that time frame. 538 more words

Trade Visualization: Guatemala 2015

Guatemala is the largest country in Central America by gross domestic product (nearly US$50 million) and population (more than 16 million).

Guatemala also has a large number of free and preferential… 352 more words

Trade