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India Import Data

India Import Data of Palm Oil – India Palm Oil Imports Drop 8% in Nov

Palm oil imports into India declined by 8% in November 2020, the lowest in five months. The edible vegetable oil is used in products like pastry dough and baked goods where solid fat is desirable. Based on Export Genius India trade statistics, the country imported about 618,468 tonnes of palm oil in November 2020, down from 672,363 tonnes in the same month last year. What are the factors behind fall in palm oil imports in India? See a wider picture of India’s palm oil imports from data and insights.
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China Import Data

China Import Data of Coal – China Bans Coal Imports from Australia

China has reportedly told coal trades to stop imports from Australia that would choke a major trade channel for both countries. Australia is the top most source of coal for China, which accounted for almost 50% to total coal imports. Based on China import statistics of coal, China imported USD 9.3 billion worth of coal from Australia in 2019. In first six months of 2020, China imported USD 5.75 billion worth of coal from Australia. Let’s see & analyze data on China imports coal from Australia and the world.
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US Import Export Data

U.S. Import Export Prices Up in November 2020 – U.S. Trade Data

U.S. import prices ticked up by 0.1% in November 2020, after edging down by 0.1% in October. Prices for U.S. exports also rose in November 2020 by 0.6% following advanced of 0.2% in October. According to Export Genius import export data and intelligence reports, higher fuel prices in November and lower non-fuel prices were the major considerations to rise in import prices.
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UK Trade Data

No Deal Brexit Impact on UK Import Export – Understand UK Trade Data

Britain and the European Union are seeking a post-Brexit trade deal, with failure likely to impact UK’s imports & exports. This would also result to increased chaos in mutual trade between UK and European Union countries, financial markets tumbling and huge economic costs. Brexit withdrawal agreement was officially signed on 24th January 2020. A no-deal Brexit is the potential withdrawal of the UK from the EU without a withdrawal agreement. Let’s discuss more about no deal Brexit and its impact on UK import & export from Export Genius UK trade data and business intelligence reports.
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