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The United States promises new measures against supply problems

The United States promises new measures against supply problems

Councilor Brian Dees attends a press conference at the White House – AFP

The White House announced Wednesday that further action will be taken this month to reduce congestion in U.S. ports.

“We have seen significant improvement in the ports, reducing the length of container stays in the port by 40%,” Director Brian Dees told a news conference.

In October, the Biden administration raised the 24-hour operation of the most important port in the United States, Los Angeles, to speed up the unloading of goods and reduce the waiting list for ships. In November, the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach charged seafarers for ships carrying more than eight days.

“Later this month, we will take further steps with the country’s ports to find new locations to carry products and impose new tariffs on idle containers in our ports.

Dees also rated the country as “unique and stable in many respects” but acknowledged that inflation must be tackled, which has now been unheard of since June 1982. To solve the problems we face in trying to accelerate the course of the economic recovery, ”he added.


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