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  1. FILE PHOTO: Line workers spot weld parts of the frame on the flex line at Nissan Motor Co's au

    US import prices increase in September as dollar weakens

    U.S. import prices rose in September, with prices outside petroleum products posting strong gains, suggesting a weakening dollar was lifting ...
  2. Outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Los Angeles, California

    Ships wait to unload at Port of Los Angeles as imports boom

    Incoming cargo to the Port of Los Angeles is surging as businesses restock depleted inventories and retailers prepare for an early holiday season, ...
  3. An aerial photo looking north shows shipping containers at the Port of Seattle and the Elliott Bay

    US import prices beat expectations as inflation warms up

    U.S. import prices increased more than expected in August and gains in the prior month were revised sharply higher, supporting the view that ...
  4. Cranes and containers are seen at the Yantian port in Shenzhen, following the novel coronavirus dis

    China's exports rise at fastest pace in nearly 1-1/2 years as economies reopen; imports slip

    China's exports in August rose at a faster-than-expected pace, increasing by 9.5per cent from a year earlier, though imports dropped 2.1per cent, ...
  5. Outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Beijing

    China reports 9 new mainland COVID-19 cases, all imported

    China reported nine new confirmed cases of coronavirus on Friday, the same number as the previous day, with all of them travelling into the ...
  6. FILE PHOTO: A worker arranges battery charger circuit boards at a mobile phone battery manufacturin

    Chinese firms hit by new import hurdles in India, sources say

    Chinese firms like Xiaomi are facing delays getting approvals from India's quality control agency for their goods, five industry sources told ...
  7. FILE PHOTO: Soybeans are harvested from a field on Hodgen Farm in Roachdale

    China needs "explosive" buying to meet US farm import target

    With nearly seven months gone, an ambitious US$36.5 billion target for Chinese imports of U.S. farm goods this year may not be quite out of reach, ...