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Tariffs seen as undercutting global shipping and trade

US west coast ports have seen increases in volumes but the effect may be short-lived. Some distortions are already visible in sectors where higher tariffs have been implemented or announced, the OECD says

International shipping and trade have generally been adversely affected by the series of tariffs that have come into effect this year, with risk of a further downward trend in the coming year

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