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Trade Facilitation and Logistics in Liberia Diagnostic Trade Integration Study (DTIS) Update: World Bank Report

This report highlights the benefits of Liberia concluding the negotiations on ECOWAS CET alignment and WTO accession, the need to improve the country’s trade competitiveness, and the potential for achieving inclusive growth by strengthening the participation of the domestic private sector in global supply chains.

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Safety of Mexican Trucks
Presents report of Independent Evaluation Panel on 2009 U.S.-Mexico Cross-Border Trucking Demonstration Project. Read more

Freight Transportation Gateways
U.S. freight gateways continues to handle large volumes of domestic and international freight in support of the nation’s economic activities.
Reports provides overview through 2009. Read more

Freight: Global Highlights
Provides a snapshot of freight transportation activity from a global perspective, highlighting physical characteristics and industry output for the U.S. and other leading world economies. Read more

Panama Canal Expansion and Impacts on U.S. Ports

More than 142 million tons of cargo arriving or leaving the United States pass through the Panama Canal, accounting for 65 percent of over 218 million tons of cargo the canal handled.

TransOutlook Vol. 1 No. 2

E-Ternational's reports and publications guide and improve transportation policy. These include research reports by E-Ternational and some that were prepared for clients in recent years.

In-House Industry Experts

What are the changing patterns of transportation in America? How will changes in global merchandise trade affect the movement of freight through large gateways in America? Will China becoming the largest global economy impact resurgence of U.S. East Coast ports? Where can you get the data you need to guide your decisions?

E-Ternational can provide the data, analysis, and insight necessary to answer these and other critical questions facing federal decision-makers as well as firms, trade associations, and legislative staffers. We apply our industry knowledge and experience in:

  • Evaluating the impact of changes in trade patterns and trends in market and business conditions and their impacts on domestic transportation of foreign goods
  • Gathering the quantitative and qualitative facts essential to sound national, local, and firm decisions
  • Producing policy-relevant industry studies

Connecting Global Commerce

America's container ports remain critical gateways for enabling commerce and maintaining economic growth.

TransOutlook Vol. 1 No. 1

America's Container Ports

The U.S. marine transportation system handles large volumes of domestic and international freight in support of the Nation's economic activities. The reports provides trends through 2010. Read more

Changing Trends: Then and Now

Policy-Relevant Reports