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Our view: Tariff threats risk Port of Hueneme’s future

By and   /   Friday, June 28th, 2019  /   1 Comment

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A recent update from the Port of Hueneme underscores the perils and promise of global trade in an era of tariff wars. The port is undertaking a major deepening of its harbor to accommodate larger ships, it is going to do so with a vastly reduced carbon footprint and it is forging ties with Oxnard-based…

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  1. jonathan sharkey says:

    I’m sure everyone knows that Port Hueneme and the Port of Hueneme (Oxnard Harbor District) are two different things.

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