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Puget Sound’s Off As Asian Traffic Heads to Cali

Container handling through the ports of Seattle and Tacoma dropped 1% on a year earlier in July. That was the second month of declines, and underperformed the 13% increase seen in California’s ports. The reduction would have been worse if not for empty container handling – imports of full containers fell 2% while exports dropped 13%. Reduced traffic from Asia is a major culprit – shipments from China fell 2% and South Korean traffic dropped 15%.

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WTO Back in Favor With Trump Administration When Facing Chinese Food Needs

The U.S. will proceed with two WTO dispute panel appeals regarding Chinese support for domestic production of rice and grains. The decision is notable as: the Trump administration’s trade policy is antipathetic towards the WTO; and its recent reviews of China, solar power and aerospace shows it is happy to forgo WTO mechanisms to use its own trade remedies. U.S. exports of corn, wheat and rice totalled $480 million in the past 12 months, which was 81% below the 2013 peak despite a recent recovery. A further 28 countries have requested to join the complaint, despite Chinese rice imports having risen by 20% annually since 2013 – though there has been a small decline more recently.

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8 Numbers That Explain the KORUS Negotiation Failure

The first round of talks to review the KORUS trade deal between the U.S. and South Korea have failed to make progress. The fundamental problem is that the two countries are speaking different statistical languages. The USTR refers to a trade deficit in goods of $27.7 billion in 2016, which was 111% above pre-KORUS levels. Updating for June 2016 U.S. trade figures however shows a balance of $22 billion. South Korean trade figures meanwhile, for June 2016, show a goods deficit of $18.2 billion – the two countries figures have diverged since 2015. Additionally, South Korea considers the services balance to be relevant – the U.S. services surplus was $20.9 billion in the 12 months to March 31. It’s worth noting on the latter that the USTR has said there was “virtually no growth” in services over that period, though that figure is 26% higher. Finally, South Korean FDI in the U.S. is $2.0 billion annually so if anything the U.S. is a $4.8 billion net beneficiary from trade on South Korean figures. This could all be a moot point, however, if the Trump administration loses patience and moves to terminate the KORUS deal.

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Options to Extend North Korean Sanctions Limited by Potential Food Shortages

The U.S. has implemented so-called secondary sanctions against 16 entities in China and Russia accused of supporting North Korea (DPRK). Yet, the effectiveness of these – and United Nations – sanctions will be limited given China continues to make significant exports to DPRK. These increased 32% in the three months to July 31 on a year earlier, despite dropping 8% in July vs. June. The decline in Chinese imports resulting from the sanctions on coal mean imports fell 30%, leading to a $1.2 billion trade surplus vs. the DPRK in the past 12 months. The options for cutting exports may be limited. Around 59% of exports last year were food-related, and there are reports of this year’s drought potentially leading to a famine in North Korea.


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