New thinking on deep US digs

Savannah can take credit for fast-tracking dredging projects. Credit: GPA/Stephan Morgan

Some of the dredging problems plaguing US ports are being sorted out, but the issue of protectionism could hamper a turnaround, reports Martin Rushmere.

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