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Is there hope for TPP? [28/May/2015]

The Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement is set to eventually bring free trade and other benefits to those countries involved. However its long drawn out approval process looks set to continue with the US Congress forming the next hurdle. Read Full Article...

Economics of China's Brazilian railway unclear at this stage [27/May/2015]

China and Brazil announced an agreement to collaborate on an extensive list of projects within Brazil during the Chinese government’s official visit to South America last week. Read Full Article...

Outlook looking bright for freight forwarders [19/May/2015]

The Stifel Logistics Confidence Index for May indicated some improvements from April’s decline. In particular, the six-month outlook appears bright as air freight gained 2.8 points to 63.4 and sea freight increased 2.1 points to 62.9. Read Full Article...

7.8 magnitude earthquake deals Nepal a devastating blow [05/May/2015]

The crisis in Nepal is one of extreme logistical challenges, even for experts. How does one overcome a topography that is so mountainous when what little infrastructure there was has been destroyed by the devastating earthquake in this South Asian, landlocked country? Read Full Article...

As Q2 begins the SLCI suggests a hint of hesitancy is growing [21/Apr/2015]

Slipping 1.0 point to 56.3, the Stifel Logistics Confidence Index has noted a bit of hesitancy in the European freight forwarding market for the month of April. Both air and sea sub-indices recorded declines for the month as a strengthening US dollar and sluggish Asia contributed to the slip. Read Full Article...

Cuba - Potentially a major transhipment hub of the Caribbean [20/Apr/2015]

As Cuba-US relations begin to thaw there’s anticipation of the eventual lifting of the 54 year old trade embargo. The possibilities are great and could position Cuba as a major transhipment hub. But, an emphasis on infrastructure improvements will be necessary to even consider this possibility. Read Full Article...

Asian companies look to expand into Myanmar [02/Apr/2015]

Last year Myanmar’s trade deficit increased by 88%. As such, the country has launched a national export strategy to redress the balance. This strategy will further open up the country to the international community and is expected to create new opportunities for LSPs in the region. Read Full Article...

Chile - Resilient in the face of natural and global threats [30/Mar/2015]

An active volcano, earthquakes, forest fires and flooding have recently wreaked havoc on Chile, but this South American country of resilience. It has bounced back from adversity time after time and is predicted solid economic growth in 2015 as it bounces back again, presenting new opportunities for LSPs. Read Full Article...

Lee Kuan Yew’s legacy to continue as Singapore expands its influence [26/Mar/2015]

The death of Lee Kuan Yew has brought forth a reflection of just how far Singapore has advanced since its independence from Malaysia in 1965. However the journey is not yet over as Singapore looks to reinvent itself once again. Read Full Article...

Brazil needs transport investment to boost economy [24/Mar/2015]

Speaking at the Brazil Supply Chain and Logistics Summit in Sao Paulo, Prof John Manners-Bell, Ti’s Chief Executive, outlined some of the challenges facing the country’s transport and logistics infrastructure. Read Full Article...

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