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US-Mexico border infrastructure upgrades on the way

“Two of the projects that will directly affect infrastructure along the United States-Mexico border include the $130 million expansion of the Otay Mesa port of entry in Tijuana, Mexico, and upgrading the Mexican side of the Colombia Solidarity International Bridge in South Texas.”

[FreightWaves]

CBP extends cargo system disaster recovery contract

“CBP said the firm-fixed price contract, covering one base year and four option years, would provide the agency's Automated Commercial Environment (ACE) with protection against network outages like those the system suffered in 2017.”

[FCW]

WTO launches new import licensing platform

“The new database is a comprehensive information centre containing all members' legislation, procedures and product information relating to import licensing. Offering a user-friendly interface, the platform will allow members and the business community to find import licensing information more efficiently and to make better use of the information contained in members' notifications.”

[WTO]

China, Cambodia clinch free trade pact

“The agreement, for which talks started late last year, covers sectors that include trade, tourism and agriculture, under which both countries will cut duties for their products.”

[Reuters]

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