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What Reliability Tells us About Top Carriers

Despite the fact that most of global trade happens by sea, we found that most prominent carriers still miss their...
A container ship arriving at a port

What Reliability Tells us About Top Carriers

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What’s Behind Mexico’s Import Cycles?

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The True Impact of Trump’s Proposed Tariffs

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Droughts: Mexico’s Next Great Challenge

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INDIAN OCEAN (Jan 21, 2006)  -- Crew members assemble on deck aboard a dhow suspected of piracy after being intercepted by the U.S. Navy destroyer USS Winston S. Churchill (DDG 81).  After receiving a report of an attempted act of piracy from the International Maritime Bureau in Kuala Lumpur on the morning of Jan. 20, the guided missile destroyer USS Winston S. Churchill (DDG 81) and other U.S. naval forces in the area located this vessel controlled by suspected pirates and reported its position. After some aggressive action by Churchill, US Sailors later established communications and boarded the vessel.  U.S. Navy photo by Chief Information Systems Technician Kenneth Anderson (RELEASED)

Everything you Need to Know About Modern Pirates

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What We Learned from the New Mexico Shipping Routes

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