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Januar y 20 2020 | The Journal of Commerce 3 Contents January 20 2020 • Vol 21 • Issue 2 Delivering Global Trade and Logistics Intelligence. Since 1827. The Journal of Commerce Departments 16 International Maritime Glass half fuel Container carriers exacting some IMO surcharges, but the scale is unclear Cartel concerns? The new European Commission is gathering feedback on the liner block exemption Leading the charge The LA–LB ports aim to balance a new clean truck fee against the threat of cargo diversion In or out? Europe's Green Deal planners want shipping included in its emissions trading scheme 32 Government Lucky seven The new US EXIM Bank reauthorization closes the agency's quorum loophole 34 Surface Transportation Emerging effects ELDs have increased adherence to HOS rules, but their impact on safety is less clear Overloaded Truckers in Mexico say new regulations will push up transport costs Into the valley Mexican truck carriers are facing a depressed rate market in 2020 10 Cover Story Classification calculations California reveals how other drayage markets could adapt to AB5-like pressures Columns 4 Classify this By Mark Szakonyi 23 Limited success By Lars Jensen 33 Getting back to 'normal' By Lawrence Gross 46 Twenty years in limbo By Peter Tirschwell Every Issue 6 Spotlight 42 By the Numbers 44 Colin Barrett's Q&A 45 Classified Ads Special Reports 24 2020 Asia Trade Outlook Rising sun The initial US–China trade deal improves the outlook for Asian trade... somewhat Rallying call Hong Kong transport groups are stepping up their unionization efforts No easy remedy Fixing its transshipment woes is critical to India's logistics cost-tightening efforts Golden opportunity End of Russia sanctions will allow European food exports via rail to China

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