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Panjiva Daily: Logistics in 2020 – delivery in doubt; New York’s drinks problem

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The logistics industry enters 2020 with the highest container shipping rates since 2015, but faces higher fuel costs and a need to consolidate and cut costs. U.S. ports had a tough end to 2019 while New York may have a drinks import problem in 2020. Also: Fish fight first of the post-Brexit free trade frictions; Treasury’s tariff take reached $74B in 2019, could break $90B in 2020; Philippines shows China chip dominance growing, regional trade still weak; Phase 1 day arrives – what to expect; WTO reform on the way, just not the right sort; Senate nearly done with USMCA, just waiting for ...

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