The U.S. Dairy Exporter Blog: Market Analysis, Research & News

  • China Syndrome

    by Tom Suber September 12, 2011

    In the last three years, China has become the world’s largest single dairy importer—by far—purchasing more than twice as much as runner-up Russia. As such, it’s almost impossible to understate the impact of the melamine crisis on the global dairy situation since the fall of 2008.

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  • Is Trade Really All About the Value of the Dollar?

    by Tom Suber September 12, 2011

    In August 2011, shortly after Standard & Poor’s downgraded the U.S. credit rating and debt troubles resurfaced in Europe, the U.S. dollar soared against the New Zealand and Australian dollars, rising about 8.5 percent in a little over a week—a considerable jump in so short a period. People immediately began fearing the worst for U.S. dairy exports.

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