Port constraints hinder export market

03/12/2010 | Wall Street Journal, The

Although the U.S. is seeing improvement in exports, the nation's ports aren't as equipped to handle the exports as imports, according to this article. For example, with just one inbound railroad track, the Los Angeles Harbor Grain Terminal doesn't have the space to process the volume of exports arriving at its doors. The bottleneck at ports is curbing the country's ability to boost exports, the authors note.

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