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US Imports Slow in September As Hectic Holiday Remains in View

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The record flurry of cargo entering the U.S. and container ships anchored at coastal ports saw a bit of a slowdown in September. U.S. containerized freight imports by volume increased 5.1 percent year over year and 17.4 percent on a two-year basis to 2.86 million TEU (twenty-foot equivalent units), according to analysis from Panjiva, the supply…

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