April 22, 2018
In March, the US announced 25% tariffs on steel imports and 10% tariffs on aluminium imports from countries including China. In response, China retaliated in April with 15-25% import tariffs on 128 US products ranging from aluminium waste and scrap, to pork, fruits and nuts, and others. Following his original tariff roll out, President Trump […]
April 22, 2018
5 Key Findings in Consumer Appliances The latest findings from Euromonitor International’s consumer appliance research team highlights trends in both major and small appliances as well as insights for trade statistics including production, imports and exports.
Ugne Saltenyte
September 11, 2014
All is not quiet on the Eastern Front. The Russian alcoholic drinks market– once upon a time lauded as a lynchpin of a BRIC narrative now in tatters- is already reeling under the pressure of excise tax hikes, maturity induced headwinds, advertising bans and relentlessly tightening legislation. Somewhat perversely, these are the good news- largely […]
August 12, 2014
Headlines abound about Russian agricultural sanctions against the EU, Norway, USA, Canada and Australia. Russia’s biggest food imports include meat and poultry, vegetables, fruits and tree nuts and dairy products all of which contain some food products covered by the sanctions. So just who will fill the gap left by the banned countries? Russia’s Imports […]
August 4, 2014
Population growth and increasing incomes, which have in turn led to changes in diet, have given rise to one of the world’s greatest challenges – and biggest opportunities – feeding Asia. Demographics and Income Drive Demand The population of Asia-Pacific has grown by more than 1 billion in the past 25 years – equivalent to […]
July 6, 2014
The European Commission has expressed a will to continue negotiations with Japan with regard to a free trade agreement (FTA). However, the deal is facing strong opposition from European car producers due to fears of a price war, driven by an influx of Japanese imports. If a free trade agreement is reached, European producers could […]
June 19, 2014
The EU has banned Indian mango imports, upsetting not only the Indian mango industry but also UK importers and retailers. With sufficient effort and collaboration, the ban may yet be reversed before its expiration date at the end of 2015, but India’s mango woes go much further than that. Other export markets may decide to […]
June 18, 2014
The visual below highlights the intricate web of global trade. While a part of the world’s trade in goods can be described as truly global, regional accounts for a very important share of overall global trade. Some 70% of the imports and exports of European Union countries, for example, was within the European Free Trade […]

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