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American ports applaud Obama’s infrastructure plans

The American organisation American Association of Port Authorities is very happy that Barack Obama highlighted the need for modern ports in his State of the Union speech, AAPA President and CEO tells ShippingWatch.

When Barack Obama specifically mentioned the American ports in his State of the Union, it is a recognition of the importance of the ports, AAPA President and CEO, Kurt Nagle, thinks.

“AAPA applauds the president's inclusion of America's ports and the need he expressed to invest in enhancing port infrastructure as a critical part of our nation's transportation infrastructure,” he tells ShippingWatch.

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