Slow go in Iraq

Plume, Janet
October 2003
Journal of Commerce (1542-3867);10/6/2003, Vol. 4 Issue 40, p12
Focuses on the reconstruction of Iraq and its impact on the project cargo transportation market as of October 2003. Impact of Iraq's economic instability and security risks; Comments from Alberto Mejia, marketing manager at Intermarine USA; Details of how carriers and intermediaries are positioning themselves in Iraq.


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