Murtha Asserts OFTA Threat to US Port Security

Friday, July 21, 2006
Representative John Murtha (D-PA) issued a statement asserting that the proposed Oman Free Trade Agreement (OFTA) poses a threat to US port security because the agreement contains a section granting any Omani firm the right to acquire and operate landside port activities in the United States. Source: HK Law
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