International Trade News
European shippers and transport companies are bracing for a potential slowdown in trade and higher costs after Britons voted to leave the European Union.
Global population growth and a gradually weakening dollar point to a robust trade in commodities.
For those companies ranked in the JOC’s Top 100 U.S. Importers in 2015, growth was driven by more than mergers and acquisitions.
Investment, divestment, mergers and acquisitions mark growth strategy of seven of the JOC's Top 100 Exporters in 2015.
The U.K.’s transport sector is on tenterhooks as deeply divided Britons prepare to cast an historic vote Thursday on whether to remain in or leave the European Union.
More draft restriction due to a lack of dredging is preventing three marine terminals at the Brazilian port of Santos from handling fully loaded 9,000-TEU ships.
The potential impact of China’s Belt and Road initiative is starting to emerge.
Rapid growth in exports of polyethylene resins will shape Gulf Coast container volume.
The steep devaluation of the Brazilian currency because of the country's economic weakness has boosted exports.
The relaxation of U.S. rules regarding trade with Cuba has yet to translate into higher shipping volumes.