China’s grip on U.S. footwear imports has been slipping since 2009, leaving room for developing nations to increase their market shares.
China Trade Data
07 Nov 2013
The mixed messages evident from China’s latest PMI readings were confirmed by the value of export contracts signed at the Canton Fair, China’s huge import and export jamboree.
18 Oct 2013
The Australian red meat industry sold record amounts of beef and goat meat to China in August. China imported 19 percent of Australia’s total red meat shipments, compared with 4 percent in August 2012.
18 Oct 2013
Chinese consumers soon could be in line for a lot more U.S. pork in mainland grocery stores.
20 Sep 2013
The number of foreign trade containers handled by the Port of Nagoya in central Japan edged up 0.8 percent in the first half of this year from a year earlier to 1.226 million 20-foot equivalent units, according to preliminary figures released by the Nagoya municipal government.
20 Sep 2013
China’s exporters could face even more intense pressure from rivals in Asia if the renminbi continues to strengthen, according to one analyst.
10 Sep 2013
China’s export growth last month outstripped most forecasts, with shipments to the U.S. seeing significant expansion.
19 Aug 2013
After contracting in June, total exports from Asia last month accelerated, and double-digit growth is likely in the months ahead, according to analysis by Nomura.
15 Aug 2013
Expansion of China’s pulp manufacturing capacity in the last five years has resulted in a “dramatic increase” in the importation of wood chips to supply the new paper mills...
13 Aug 2013
U.S. footwear imports from China rose 2 percent through May compared to the first five months of 2012, but the long-term trend is toward increasing imports from emerging economies such as Vietnam, Indonesia and Cambodia, according to an industry study.
12 Aug 2013
U.S. footwear imports in 2012 slipped 0.4 percent year-over-year, although they are predicted to rise from $23.4 billion in 2012 to $29.6 billion in 2017...
09 Aug 2013
China’s exports and imports “surprisingly” rebounded in July, offering some hope that the nation’s economy might be stabilizing after more than two years of slowing growth, Reuters reports.