Japan, winning or losing with The Olympics?

July 15, 2021 3:32 pm The Tokyo Olympics lay between the uncertainty. When announced in 2013, after beating Istanbul, Turkey and Spain, everyone considered that it would be a great economic growth opportunity for the country, however the doubts remain in Japan. With the pandemic it became clear that the games should be postponed, so they were delayed to 2021…. [+]

Lack of capacity in US ports due to increased demand.

June 14, 2021 4:02 pm Global supply chains are unraveling and the United States market in its process of reactivation created deficiencies in its ports, driving up prices, creating shortages and causing chaos for consumers of maritime services. In the last seven months the Los Angeles-Long Beach container port complex, the largest in the United States, could see up to… [+]

Risk is forecast in the container market in 2022 following the Covid-19 outbreak in China.

June 11, 2021 3:53 pm The consequences of the terrible pandemic continue to affect the economy and international logistics. The Covid-19 outbreak in southern China and the major Yantian port terminal is causing further problems and delays in a container market already affected for several months, “significantly increasing” the risk of capacity problems in 2022. Southern China is struggling to… [+]

Trade conflicts and difficulties in 2021, the year of recovery

March 24, 2021 10:54 am As the forecasts said, the year 2021 is being a period of recovery for economies worldwide, foreign trade operations are beginning to regain strength and the usual volume in previous years. New opportunities and challenges have arisen in this return of the usual activities in international trade, with this not everything has been positive. These… [+]

United States and China, in a fake trade war?

November 19, 2019 1:50 am Recently, a partial and staged agreement was announced in the trade war between the United States and China. However, it seems that this conflict will not come to an end, since there are constantly reasons to consider that there are no commercial foundations, since the two largest economies in the world probably seek to position… [+]

Foreign Trade Growth for China

October 29, 2019 1:24 am The General Customs Administration of China reported that foreign trade in their country had an interannual increase of 2.8% during the first months of the current year registering 22.91 trillion yuan (about 3.2 trillion dollars). According to this report, Chinese imports increased 5.2% during the same time period, while imports registered a decrease of 0.1%…. [+]

China and the United States resume trade negotiations

July 10, 2019 12:25 am In the high-level G-20 summit, the presidents of the United States and China held a meeting, agreeing on a “cease of fire” on the Trade War between their nations to avoid any escalation feared by financial markets, companies and farmers. President Trump stated, “We’re going to work with China where we left off”, indicating that… [+]