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Overstaying cargo also a risk, Clyde & Co warns squabbling traders

Sharp changes in prices owing to trade tariffs are causing disputes that leave cargo unclaimed at US ports. The longer it stays in the port, the greater the risk that subsidiary issues could arise, says Clyde & Co

Detention and demurrage charges can quickly add up and the situation could be exacerbated in the case of lower value cargo


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