Last year, Port Everglades’ trade with the world fell to $25.22 billion, a 7.14 percent drop from the 2014 record. (Gateway City/Trend is a weekly column in Business Monday that looks at U.S. Census Bureau data about trade in South Florida.)
Last year, Port Everglades’ trade with the world fell to $25.22 billion, a 7.14 percent drop from the 2014 record. (Gateway City/Trend is a weekly column in Business Monday that looks at U.S. Census Bureau data about trade in South Florida.) www.porteverglades.net/cargo/
Last year, Port Everglades’ trade with the world fell to $25.22 billion, a 7.14 percent drop from the 2014 record. (Gateway City/Trend is a weekly column in Business Monday that looks at U.S. Census Bureau data about trade in South Florida.) www.porteverglades.net/cargo/

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