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Downturn Predictions Defied as U.S. Imports Spring Up in April

U.S. seaborne imports grew 3.5% year over year in April – arguably the first normalized month following the lunar new year period and earlier tariff volatility. It may be the last for a while given the increase in tariffs on Chinese imports applied from May 10. Imports from China increas... Read more →


Trump’s Tariffs Proved More Effective Than Xi’s in March

The U.S.-China trade war continued to go in America’s favor in March. U.S. imports of list 1+2 products  – where 25% duties were applied by the Trump administration in July and August – fell 33.1% year over year in March. Meanwhile imports of list 3 goods, where there have been 10%... Read more →


Home Depot, Ikea Store More Cabinets as U.S. Builds Case

The U.S. ITC will continue its anti-dumping investigation of Chinese wooden cabinet exports. The furniture industry in the U.S. in under pressure after retail sales fell 0.9% year over year in 1Q. While the manufacturers need protecting, retailers can ill-afford higher costs. Imports from Chin... Read more →


Empties and New Routes Drive SeaTac’s Continued Growth

Container handling through Seattle and Tacoma climbed 14.6% higher year over year in March. That was flattered by a 47.7% surge of empty containers as previous congestion issues were cleared. There was also an 11.9% rise in inbound shipments. The port is becoming increasingly reliant on shipme... Read more →


Trump’s Jet Leverage Attempt May Cause EU Talks To Crash

The administration of President Donald Trump, via the U.S. Trade Representative, has announced a list of 326 import lines from the EU which it may apply tariffs to in retaliation for EU subsidies provided to Airbus. The review, under the section 301 process, will likely run for several months ... Read more →

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