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Ford, Volkswagen could shift if EV credits charge up

Canada and Mexico have issued warnings that potential tax credits for electric vehicle (EV) assembly in the U.S. may run afoul of USMCA. The USMCA sets out rules-of-origin requirements for cars to receive tariff reductions, and Canada and Mexico feel that the credits would undermine the commit... Read more →

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REC Silicon shifts sourcing to China

REC Silicon reported a 19.5% year-over-year change in Q3 revenues that exceeded analyst expectations by 4.9%. Panjiva data shows that imports associated with the firm increased by just 1.0% year over year in the quarter, hitting supply chain headwinds that SVP Kurt Levens noted were also oppor... Read more →

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Suez scarring improves appeal of new Orient Overseas service

Orient Overseas has launched a new, rail-and-sea containerized freight service from Xi’An in China to the U.S east coast via Bremerhaven in Germany. That may prove attractive to shippers that faced disruptions as a result of the Suez Canal blockage earlier in 2021. It may also help maintain Or... Read more →

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Maersk’s new service may bring Deichmann, H&M back to Chennai

Maersk is reconfiguring its Asian services, including those from India to Europe, aimed at “improving speed to market, providing higher predictability and offering more flexibility” as well as bringing “resilience to the customers’ supply chains”. That follows a slew of disruptions to shipping... Read more →

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Trade recovery looks fragile as industries, countries diverge

The global recovery in merchandise activity appears widespread but may be fragile. U.S. exports for example climbed 50.4% higher year over year and by 6.3% compared to 2019 in the month of April. Yet, most of that recovery was down to food / agriculture and industrial supplies which climbed by... Read more →

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Global trade recovery may be more fragile than it appears

U.S. manufacturing continued to expand in January, based on the latest ISM survey, though there are challenges. The ISM reports a machinery firm stating that it is facing “huge logistics challenges, especially in getting products through ports and in getting containers”. The problem is unlikel... Read more →

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