US Retail Cargo Seen Cooling in Second Half as Inflation, Rates Bite

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[Stay on top of transportation news: Get TTNews in your inbox.] U.S. ports will see less retail cargo entering the country in the second half of the year as economic growth slows amid back-to-back interest rate increases and persistent inflation. After record-setting volumes registered in the spring, retail shipments arriving at the nation’s largest ports…

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