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Miami's RedMas expands in Ecuador, Central America

Online advertising network RedMas has expanded to Ecuador and across Central America, thanks to exclusive representation deals with the agencies xiy/media and Latin Interactive Group.

The move comes...

WorldCity Staff, 29-09-2014 South Florida Business News

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Social media: What's Changed SInce Yesterday?

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Forget about hiring a Millennial intern and spending $10,000 for them to post on Facebook and Twitter.

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July 2013

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U.S. imports of Food coloring dyes, etc. increased 8 percent through July according to the latest U.S. Census bureau data analyzed by WorldCity.

Food coloring dyes, etc. ranks 1143 through July among the roughly 1,265 import commodities as classified by Census. It ranked 1153 in for the year ending in December, with a total value of $3,327,483, a $(3.17 million), (49) percent increased over the 2011 total.

Through July of this year, the top five markets for U.S. imports of Food coloring dyes, etc. are (1) PERU, (2) INDIA, (3) CANADA, (4) SOUTH KOREA, (5) JAPAN. The top five Customs districts from which Food coloring dyes, etc. imports entered the United States through July are (1) Chicago, (2) St. Louis, (3) Detroit, (4) New York City, (5) Atlanta/Savannah.

For all of 2012, the top five markets for U.S. imports of Food coloring dyes, etc. were (1) PERU, (2) INDIA, (3) CANADA, (4) JAPAN, (5) MEXICO. The top five Customs districts from which Food coloring dyes, etc. imports entered the United States were (1) Chicago, (2) St. Louis, (3) Detroit, (4) New York City, (5) Seattle.

Highlights for the top five markets through July of this year:

  • U.S. imports from (1) PERU decreased ($450,285), 25 percent. 37 percent of all U.S. imports of Food coloring dyes, etc. arrived from PERU
  • U.S. imports from (2) INDIA increased $635,525, 100 percent. 31 percent of all U.S. imports of Food coloring dyes, etc. arrived from INDIA
  • U.S. imports from (3) CANADA increased $67,839, 18 percent. 13 percent of all U.S. imports of Food coloring dyes, etc. arrived from CANADA
  • U.S. imports from (4) SOUTH KOREA increased $86,251, 82 percent. 5 percent of all U.S. imports of Food coloring dyes, etc. arrived from SOUTH KOREA
  • U.S. imports from (5) JAPAN increased $11,593, 8 percent. 5 percent of all U.S. imports of Food coloring dyes, etc. arrived from JAPAN

All totaled, 90 percent of all Food coloring dyes, etc. imports to the United States were shipped from the top five markets through July of this year. That is equal to $3.25 million of the $3.6 million total.

Highlights for the top five Customs districts responsible for imports of Food coloring dyes, etc. through July of this year:

  • US imports (1) Chicago decreased ($537,200), 37 percent. 26 percent of all U.S. imports of Food coloring dyes, etc. shipped to Chicago
  • US imports (2) St. Louis increased $374,582, 81 percent. 23 percent of all U.S. imports of Food coloring dyes, etc. shipped to St. Louis
  • US imports (3) Detroit increased $81,002, 22 percent. 12 percent of all U.S. imports of Food coloring dyes, etc. shipped to Detroit
  • US imports (4) New York City increased $127,382, 48 percent. 11 percent of all U.S. imports of Food coloring dyes, etc. shipped to New York City
  • US imports (5) Atlanta/Savannah increased $86,251, 82 percent. 5 percent of all U.S. imports of Food coloring dyes, etc. shipped to Atlanta/Savannah

All totaled 78 percent of all Food coloring dyes, etc. imports to the United States entered at the top five Customs districts through July of this year. That is equal to $2.79 million of the $3.6 million total.

July 2013

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U.S. trade increases 3.27 percent through July

U.S. trade with the world rose to $2.29 trillion through the first seven months of 2014, according to a WorldCity analysis of the latest U.S. Census Bureau data.

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