NAFTA benefits not fully realized, study says

NAFTA benefits not fully realized, study says

NAFTA benefits not fully realized, study says

 
The North American Free Trade Agreement has brought significant economic benefit since it took effect in 1994, but has not realized its full potential because of insufficient modern infrastructure, according to new research.

However, if shipping alliances are outlawed altogether, then freight rates will skyrocket because alliances are the only way that carriers can operate ultra-large container ships (ULCVs) effectively.

The Port of Oakland in May handled 85,964 TEUs of loaded imports and 78,070 TEUs of loaded exports, up 4.2% and 8.4% year-over-year, respectively.

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