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Research on Logistics

Whatever your do, you rely on logistics. Access analysis of the competitive dynamics and corporate finances of the shipping companies, as well as the impact of port activity and shipping rates on your business.


CMA-CGM’s Aztec Return Brings Ocean-2M Alliance Link

CMA-CGM has launched the Azteca service joining ports in California with those in Mexico and central America. The service will be offered jointly with Hamburg Sud, which is in the process of being acquired by Maersk. Aside from providing a link between two alliances (2M and Ocean) the move follows recent agreements signed to reduce east coast Latin American market share by Maersk. Panjiva data shows CMA-CGM had a market share of just 10% on the routes in the past year, lagging market leader Hapag-Lloyd (41%), Maersk (18%) and Hamburg Sud (16%).

Research on Manufacturing Industries

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Daimler’s Electric Vehicle Challenge is Lithium, Not Lithium Ion Batteries

European auto manufacturers are stepping up their electrification strategies, with Daimler opening a lithium ion battery factory in Germany. The challenge for the industry will come from sourcing raw lithium supplies. These are relatively thin, with Argentina and Chile making up almost all the exports into the U.S. Globally, Chile has seen a reduction in exports, with a 1% drop in shipments in the first quarter of 2017. Sales to the EU by suppliers SQM and Albemarle fell 16% on a year earlier, while those to China jumped 95%. Long term growth, which has averaged 13% annually over the past eight years will need new resources to be released by the government.

Research on Economics

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Venezuela’s Food Imports Fall as Trade Surplus Jumps Above $1.2 billion

Venezuela’s fifth new foreign exchange system in four years comes as its trade balance has expanded. Panjiva analysis of five countries’ trade with Venezuela shows its exports climbed 75% on a year earlier, while imports dropped 31%. As a result its trade surplus jumped to $1.22 billion, the highest since May 2014. That was the result of a 16% rise in oil exports to the U.S. and China in the two months to March 31 vs. a month earlier. Prices declined, suggesting oil volumes shipped increased despite OPEC production cuts. A basket of food imports from Brazil, Colombia and Mexico meanwhile dropped sequentially in February and March to the lowest since April 2016.

Research on Politics

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RCEP Heading For Swift Conclusion, If China Assuages India’s Concerns

The third ministerial meeting focussed on the RCEP trade deal ended on a constructive note, with calls for a “swift conclusion of negotiations”. Yet, there is a recognition of “many challenging issues” that remain. These include concerns expressed by India about the degree of tariff reductions, and the resulting impact on government revenues and competitiveness vs. China. India has seen imports from China jump by more than a quarter in the past two months, pushing its deficit to a 30 month high. India accounts for just 7% of RCEP trade, though China – which represents 36% – may not want India to leave in order to deliver a deal before its National Congress in October.


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