Meeting Regarding International Carriage of Goods by Sea

Friday, December 28, 2001
On December 21, 2001, the Maritime Administration (MARAD) and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps) today released September 2001 official U.S. foreign waterborne transportation statistics. Year-to-date figures through September 2001 show an increase in volume of 3% for imports and a six percent decrease in volume for exports over the same time period for 2000. The following cargo summary contains value and weight information by type of service on U.S. waterborne imports and exports for September 2001, along with year-to-date figures. Source: HK Law
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