International Trade News

International trade is the movement of goods from country to country, whether through bilateral or multinational free trade agreements. Measured through trade data supplied by numerous groups, including the U.S. Census Bureau’s Foreign Trade Division, international trade is accomplished through a variety of trade finance mechanisms, including letters of credit and loan guarantees through the U.S. Export-Import Bank and other global facilities.

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23 Feb 2017
Shipping cargo across borders, especially into developing countries, is expected to be easier with the adoption of the WTO's new 110-member trade facilitation deal.
22 Feb 2017
APM Terminals has nearly tripled the previously announced upgrades at its terminal in the Port of New York and New Jersey.
22 Feb 2017
“Studies estimate that the TFA will cut the average cost of exporting by some 14 percent."
16 Feb 2017
China reports solid January export growth to its biggest trading partners.
14 Feb 2017
The plan follows an agreement between the Dubai-based company and Senegal in October 2015.
10 Feb 2017
Very little is known about Trump’s $1 trillion infrastructure plan.
09 Feb 2017
Loaded container imports will increase substantially year-over-year in the first half.
09 Feb 2017
The court ruled that the port must address several environmental issues before it can proceed.
08 Feb 2017
China's tariffs on US DDGs is killing exports of this important containerized commodity.
07 Feb 2017
The Port of New York and New Jersey has spent billions in preparation for larger ships.
06 Feb 2017
The cash-strapped government is determined to press ahead with the deal despite heavy public opposition.