The Week

December 2003
Traffic World;12/1/2003, Vol. 267 Issue 48, p8
Trade Publication
Presents news briefs related to the transportation industry worldwide as of December 2003. U.S. federal government's final rules for advance notification of import and export shipments by land, sea, air and rail; Insurance surcharge on all shipments; Defeat of a controversial plan to ease regulatory constraints on European port operators.


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