Australian Trade Surplus Swells As Exports to China Booms

Australia’s trade surplus in June presented better figure than prior anticipation as exports to China jumped to the second highest on record,  an indication that the major commodity exporting country was steering its economy...

India’s Exports May Benefit from U.S.-China Trade War

In U.S.-China trade war, U.S. exports to China have been subject to China’s retaliatory tariff sanctions, resulting in a decline in competitiveness. If India can seize the opportunity at this time, strengthen its exports...

US-Mexico Trade Deal Reached for Overhauling The NAFTA

US President Donald Trump announced on Monday August 27 that, the United Stated and Mexico have reached a trade agreement. At an event held in the Oval Office, which Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto...

US-China Trade War Pushes Consumer Technology into the Fire

On August 7th, the office of the United States Trade Representative (USTR) released the second list of $16 billion worth of Chinese goods that will be imposed a 25% additional tariff. The new tariff...

Brazilian Coffee Exports Troubled By Lack of Ships

Brazilian coffee exporters are being troubled by insufficient shipping capacities to transport the abundant harvest from the world’s top producer, which could give rise to delayed shipment to global roasters. The delayed output of Brazil’s...

In the Trade War,China Seeks to Sell More Steel to Africa and South America

Since the US steel tariffs came into effect officially in June,  Chinese steel producers have seen double-digit fall in shipments to their biggest overseas importers in Southeast Asia, so they are now seeking new...

China’s July Exports to See Steady Growth Despite U.S. New Tariffs

China’s exports growth for the month of July is expected to still have been on a fast track amid new tariffs that have been put on billions of dollars of shipments to the United...

The Next Round Tariffs on Chinese Goods Could Impact Consumers’ Daily Life

Following the first round of $34 billion tariffs on Chinese goods, the U.S. administration’s a 25% tariff on another $16 billion worth of Chinese products took effect from August 23. Six days of public...

The Trade War Convert Brazilian Sugarcane Farmers to Plant Soybean

US-China trade war is changing Brazilian agricultural industry, initiating more farmers to align their crops with Chinese demand. According to Brazilian government data, the nation’s soybean acreage has increased by 2 million hectares in...

US Soybean Slump Absorbable for Chinese Companies

China’s soybean imports in July 2018 registered about 8 million tons, down by 20.6 percent year-on-year. Imports in the period of January to July totaled about 52.88 million tons, down by 3.7 percent year-on-year. Amidst...

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EU and Japan Sign Free Trade Agreement

The European Union(EU) and Japan signed an agreement on tariff reduction on Tuesday. According to the deal, 99 percent of the tariffs on Japanese...