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In Madagascar, producing the world’s favorite flavor is no plain vanilla
Labor-intensive practices, natural disasters and theft may be taking a toll on Madagascar’s highly prized vanilla industry, but help is on the horizon.
Bunker fuel costs set to rise in 2020 even as global trade slows
Pressure is mounting for the global shipping industry as it prepares for higher fuel costs amid a weak economic outlook next year.
A green Christmas: How to minimize packaging waste during the holiday season
Companies can consider these simple solutions before introducing sustainable practices to shrink their waste output.
DHL’s path to zero emissions by 2050: Tree planting in Vietnam
Businesses are planting trees to combat the ill effects of climate change and global warming. The key to doing it right is long-term commitment.
Australian exporters remain upbeat amid U.S.-China trade war
The ongoing U.S.-China trade war may be cause for worry, but Australian exporters are firmly moving ahead with their growth plans.
The first step toward a zero-emissions future? E-fuels on the roads
Until e-mobility becomes mainstream for long-haul transport, DHL believes that e-fuels will emerge as a strong interim solution.
In a post-oil era, Oman wants to become a key logistics hub of the world
The Middle Eastern sultanate wants to pave a new road to success by diversifying its economy, with an eye on developing the logistics sector.
Commentary: DHL Global Trade Barometer update (Nov 2019)
The latest GTB points to a worsening global economic outlook, according to Eswar S. Prasad, professor of Trade Policy and Economics at Cornell University.
China’s secret weapon in the trade war
Tariffs aside, China has been quietly imposing barriers that restrict trade and protect its domestic industries.
Until e-mobility becomes mainstream for long-haul transport, DHL believes that e-fuels will emerge as a strong interim solution.
The first step toward a zero-emissions future? E-fuels on the roads
Until e-mobility becomes mainstream for long-haul transport, DHL believes that e-fuels will emerge as a strong interim solution.
The first step toward a zero-emissions future? E-fuels on the roads
Until e-mobility becomes mainstream for long-haul transport, DHL believes that e-fuels will emerge as a strong interim solution.
5 signs the trade war may be hurting the U.S. economy
After more than a year of punitive tariffs, what are the effects of the trade war on the U.S. economy?
For Pakistan’s leading footwear exporter, every hour counts
Faced with shortening lead times from retailers, Service Industries continues to put its best foot forward.
South Korea’s pivot to ASEAN: What it means for trade
The country is keeping ASEAN closer as risks from its major partners grow.
November spot freight rate negotiations set scene for 2020
Discussions over spot freight rates commence this month with the IMO 2020 fuel regulation on the horizon.
5 things the current semiconductor slowdown tells us about the global economy
A downturn in the semiconductor industry is never a good sign.
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