Easing trans-Pacific trade, spot rates temporary and fragile

Easing trans-Pacific trade, spot rates temporary and fragile

A dramatic decline in eastbound trans-Pacific spot rates this week is seen as a temporary reprieve for US importers that was caused by production cutbacks in China and a continuous influx of new capacity of chartered ships.

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