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Dec 08

The Trade Numerologist: The case for India

No nation’s potential prospects for persistent prosperity stirs shipping lines, traders and global miners and manufacturers more than India’s. It’s the planet’s second-most populous place, with 1.3 billion people, and has abundant untapped intellectual, financial and geographical capital. Its population is young; its people save and invest. Gross domestic

Dec 07

Poland becoming critical link in European supply chains

This article by Bruce Barnard originally published on JOC.com. LONDON — The 21,413 TEU mega-ships, the world’s largest, that call at the DCT Gdansk terminal on their Asia-Europe voyages highlight Poland’s rapid climb up Europe’s logistics ladder over the past decade and underscore its ambition to become a continental logistics hub. DCT Gdans

Dec 01

The Trade Numerologist: NAFTA’s promise and peril

Americans shopping at Target on Black Friday didn’t pay extra for mattresses, shirts or avocados from Mexico. One reason is that Donald Trump’s administration has chosen so far to keep the US inside the North American Free Trade Agreement. That could change. Trump won an election, with a lot of union support, on the promise to get “better deals” fo