CEO Tim Scharwath About The DHL Global Trade Barometer - June 2019
"Amidst rising U.S.-Chinese tensions, the slightly negative outlook for global trade for the third quarter of 2019 does not come as a complete surprise. The latest GTB clearly illustrates why trade disputes create no winners," Tim Scharwath, CEO of DHL Global Forwarding, Freight, said in a release.
CEO Tim Scharwath about the DHL Global Trade Barometer - June 2019
SEOUL KOREA, RIAUONE.com - 8 October 2019 - In the face of an overall decrease in trade outlook and a three-point contraction in air trade, South Korea's ocean trade is set to buoy the country's trade prospects over the next three months, according to data from the DHL Global Trade Barometer released by DHL, the world's leading logistics company.The DHL Global Trade Barometer, an early indicator of global trade developments calculated using artificial intelligence and big data analytics, revealed that South Korea's trade outlook is set to decelerate to 45 points, below the threshold of 50 that indicates growth. Although air imports will be sustained by domestic demand for Temperature or Climate Controlled Goods, and Basic Raw Materials, air exports are expected to slow across all industries. 041b061a72