International Trade News
The 2016 US presidential election has been fraught with divisive discourse and reality television-style drama, but the top two leading candidates appear to actually agree when it comes to matters of transportation infrastructure and trade.
The Brazilian Ministry for Transport, Ports, and Civil Aviation has decided to privatize dredging operations at the country’s top three ports of Santos, Paranagua, and Rio de Janeiro.
The competition to develop much-needed modern port facilities in Bangladesh has intensified.
The big winner of a recent summit between Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa is likely to be refrigerated shipments out of Brazil.
The most powerful port, shipping, and transportation industry groups in Brazil are banding together to pressure the government to reform the country’s port law.
Hanjin Shipping’s failure put a noticeable dent in US import volumes.
TraPac plans to nearly double the size of its marine terminal at the Port of Oakland.
The impacts of Brexit on the world’s largest trading center for plants and flowers provides a window into how the decision to leave the EU will impact European trade and corporations.
PSA International is making its first venture into China’s hinterland rail network.
The opening next month of a new roadway connecting Russia and China via Mongolia will open new transit options between the two regional heavyweights.