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.

Shippers that have in the past relied on forwarders to afford access to multiple carriers should keep careful watch of where those forwarders’ allegiances lie, given the number of forwarders that are now captives of one carrier or another

U.S-flagged Great Lake freighters moved 3.1 million tons of cargo in January, a 110 percent year-over-year increase and 44 percent above the month’s five-year average.

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