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Bloomberg

UK Inflation Rate Accelerates on Fuel, Transport, Games
Bloomberg
Upward pressures on inflation were offset by some financial services and clothing and footwear prices, which fell 3.7 percent on the month as struggling retailers extended summer discounts. The drop in women's clothing prices was particularly marked.
Cost of living hike: Higher transport costs push up inflationExpress.co.uk
UK inflation rate rises for first time since NovemberBBC News

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Transport Topics Online

US Retail Sales Rose at 0.5% Annual Rate in July
Transport Topics Online
WASHINGTON — Americans shopped at a healthy pace in July, buying more cars, clothes and appliances, evidence that confident consumers are helping drive robust economic growth. Retail sales rose at a 0.5% annual rate in July, after a 0.2% increase the ...

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Transport Topics Online

Turkey to Step Up Tariffs on US Products
Transport Topics Online
ANKARA, Turkey — Turkey on Aug. 15 said it is increasing tariffs on imports of certain U.S. products, including rice, cars, alcohol and coal — escalating a feud with the United States that has helped trigger a currency crisis. The Turkish government ...

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Bloomberg

Inflation Unexpectedly Hits 3% in Test for Bank of Canada
Bloomberg
There was little effect from higher tariffs on consumer prices in July. Statistics Canada released a report on the estimated impacts of Canada's tariffs on U.S. metal and consumer products and found there would only be a small overall increase -- with ...

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Logistics Management

US transport interests warning Trump administration to back off “disruptive” tariffs
Logistics Management
Major multinational shippers and North American transport interests are warning the Trump Administration to tread softly on its increasing tariffs on aluminum, steel and other products or it will threaten the current sweet-spot economy. Union Pacific Corp.

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The Japan Times

Japan probing ministries over padded employment rates of disabled
The Japan Times
However, nearly 10 key ministries and agencies, including the transport and internal affairs ministries, have misrepresented the rates by including in the headcount personnel with relatively mild disabilities who do not carry “disability certificates ...

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Cass' July volume, rate data shows market staying red-hot
DC Velocity
The current strength in demand and rates is amplified by the fact that they are compared to 2017 periods which were also strong, said Broughton, who analyzes the Cass data and provides the accompanying narrative. Another sign of strength is that July ...

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Tank Transport Trader (press release)

Freight Activity Rallied In June
Tank Transport Trader (press release)
This year may be an exception, however, as load availability and pricing trends remained strong in the first week of July. Tank Transport Trader partners with DAT to offer a special on the TruckersEdge load board to its members. Sign up for ...

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Houston Business Journal

Maersk Plans to Spin Off Drilling Unit to Focus on Transport
Bloomberg
Maersk issued a profit warning this month, lowering its full-year outlook based on higher fuel costs and its estimates for freight rates for the rest of the year. Container-shipping companies worldwide face a $7 billion increase in fuel costs this year ...
Denmark's Maersk to spin off drilling, hand Total shares to investorsReuters
Denmark's Maersk to spin off drilling business, sell down Total stakeCNBC

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teleSUR English

Honduras Transport Workers Debate Strike As Gov't Stays Silent
teleSUR English
Negotiations with the government broke down last Friday after the government offered to reduce gas prices at the pump by about 10 cents per gallon, which transportation union leaders called a 'mockery.' That was their counteroffer to transportation ...


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