Welcome to this weeks News Roundup hosted by Annik. The latest episode transforms the hot topics of the trade world into an insightful discussion. This week the trio focuses on articles that make you question the current global trading system.
Texas Border Truck Inspections: Controversy surrounds Texas as politics fuel intensive truck inspections along the border, deliberated in detail with Lalo, who is stationed at El Paso, Texas. The trio unpacks the immigration crisis, the secondary inspection measures by the state of Texas and its subsequent effect on commercial traffic. Andy sheds light on the safety issues regarding the condition of Mexican trucks, which has been a long-standing issue under NAFTA and USMCA.
Dark Ships: A mysterious yet fascinating segment where the hosts delve into the world of 'Dark Ships'. They explain the concept of large tankers turning off their Automated Identification Systems (AIS), essentially 'going dark', to transport oil from sanctioned countries. The oil is then sold on the black market, circumventing economic sanctions. Annik, Andy, and Lalo raise various questions about who is responsible and the implications of this situation, making it an engaging conversation.
From the complications of border inspections to the shady business of 'Dark Ships', this episode of "Simply Trade" encapsulates real issues that are shaping the trade world today. The hosts’ expertise, insights, and shared banter make for a fun conversation you won't want to miss.
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