No quick fix for US port congestion

Proposed fix: Some feel that more neighbouring ports should collaborate in terms of resources and capabilities in order to compete, like Seattle and Tacoma Photo: Don Wilson/Port of Seattle

Port congestion continues to be a serious problem for economic growth in the US and worryingly a new report suggests there will be no obvious solutions or quick fix to the problem.

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