Port Security: The Needs are Urgent!

Panneton, John A.
April 2006
Sea Power;Apr2006, Vol. 49 Issue 4, p3
The article reports on the effects of the Dubai Ports World's withdrawal of its interests in U.S. ports. It was seen as a chance to investigate the security of U.S. terminal operations worldwide by an independent panel and for economic experts to review foreign involvement in all U.S. port operations. The investigation by a panel is aimed to restore public confidence in the institutions and processes used to review critical foreign investment.


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