Charleston hits a new pothole

Bartelme, Tony
May 2002
JoC Week;5/27/2002, Vol. 3 Issue 21, p30
Focuses on the business in the Port of Charleston, South Carolina. Cessation of Port Authority's plan to build a container terminal on Daniel Island by state lawmakers; Competition of between the Port and Savannah; Difficulties experienced by port's crane operators.


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