US government funds Virginia expansion

The US General Assembly has agreed a $350m state-backed bond deal for the Port of Virginia

The US General Assembly has signed off on an unprecedented $350m state-backed bond deal giving the Port of Virginia the money it needs to expand capacity at Norfolk International Terminals, according to local reports.

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