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Mastronardi Sprouts New Growth as Tariffs Plague Tomatoes

The U.S. has restarted an anti-dumping review of Mexican tomato exports after a suspension agreement in place since 1996 was not renewed. The case is significant as tomatoes accounted for 10.6% of Mexican agricultural exports to the U.S. by volume in the 12 months to Mar. 31, while agricultura... Read more →


Alpek May Beat Reliance as Yarn Supply Chains Are Rewoven

The U.S. Commerce Department has determined that exports of polyester yarn from China and India have been subsidized at rates of up to 460%. The case, brought by Unifi and Nan Ya Plastics, won’t be completed until Oct. 24. So far supply chains have not altered radically. Imports from Chi... Read more →


CAP Capitalizes on Steel Strength to Expand Exports

Steelmaker CAP SA will reopen one of its Chilean steel furnaces in response to improving market conditions. Total Chilean steel exports have climbed 25.1% year over year in the 12 months to Feb. 28. CAP was the largest exporter ahead, with 19.0% of exports, ahead of MolyMet. CAP has also accou... Read more →

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