Biden in harsh criticism of container carriers: Freight rates are "outrageous"

Once again, US President Joe Biden criticizes container carriers for charging high freight rates at the cost of US importers and exporters.

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Nine carriers dominate the container transport, particularly across the Pacific Ocean from Asia to the US, utilizing this to charge ”outrageous” freight rates to the damage of US importers and exporters.

US President Joe Biden once again levels a sharp criticism at the global box carriers dominating the seaborne transportation between Asia and the US.

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