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Busan unveils major port expansion

With new expansion plans, Korea's Busan Port aims to handle 13 million TEU of transshipment cargo by 2020, ranking it number two in the world.

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Korea's Busan Port can look forward to a major expansion in the coming years, as the country's Ministry of Ocean and Fisheries has announced large-scale plans to develop the port into a global transshipment hub ahead of 2020.

This would push the port to a number two ranking in the world, according to a statement from Busan Port Authority.

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