Import growth belies dip in US demand for consumer durables

IMPORT cargo volume at the major US retail container ports is expected to reach 1.3m teu in June, a 4.8% increase compared with the same month last year.The monthly Global Port Tracker report from the US National Retail Federation and Hackett Associates also forecasts that year-over-year...

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