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Here are the comments on the P3 alliance

Shippers and ports. Unions and competitors. Senators and small-time businesses. Each and all of them have aired either their concerns or praise about the prospective P3 alliance. Read all the comments submitted to the FMC here.

When the Chairman of the Federal Maritime Commission, Mario Cordero, opens the summit between the competition authorities from the United States, EU, and China on December 17th, the three parties will discuss the P3 alliance on the basis of a long list of comments from the market, politicians, competitors, and unions.

Concern or enthusiasm. Opinions vary greatly. Click here to find all the comments submitted to the FMC ahead of the meeting in Washington, DC.

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