US imports at near record levels last year amid eastward shift
A normalisation that began over the summer has turned into an import slump that kept US imports slightly below their 2021 record
East and US Gulf coast ports benefited at the expense of their west coast peers, handling growing imports volumes throughout most of the past 26 months
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