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Page 2 of 47 THE JOURNAL OF COMMERCE 3 6 Spotlight 40 By the Numbers 41 Index 44 Colin Barrett's Q&A 45 Classifi ed Ads E V E R Y I S S U E C O L U M N S 4 GOING NOWHERE FAST By Bill Mongelluzzo 24 RIGHTING A CROSS-BORDER TRUCKING WRONG By Nelson Balido 32 EBOLA AND SUPPLY CHAIN SECURITY By Jerry Peck 39 HOW TRUCKING CAN EASE THE US CAPACITY CRUNCH By John Runyan 46 INTERMODAL AT A CROSSROADS By Lawrence Gross D E P A R T M E N T S 14 GOVERNMENT WATCH No Ally of Carrier Alliances With the Big 4 soon to control 95 percent of container trade, the FMC's Richard Lidinsky calls for global regulation of VSAs. Clouds Lift on Highway Bill Republicans are about to control both houses of Congress, opening a small window for legislative action. 26 INTERNATIONAL MARITIME Maersk Puts Trans-Pacifi c on Notice The world's largest container carrier reviews its Asia-North America services in a bid to make "unsustainable" rates sustainable. What's on the Horizon for Puerto Rico? The three remaining Jones Act carriers stand to benefi t from Horizon's exit from the dormant U.S.-Puerto Rico trade. 34 DOMESTIC SURFACE Third-Quarter Bounce Publicly owned trucking companies gain traction as cargo volumes increase in an improving U.S. economy. F E A T U R E S COVER STORY 10 Fixing a Broken Model With West Coast labor talks dragging and patience running thin, some stakeholders say it's time for the ILWU and PMA to go back to the drawing board. SPECIAL REPORT: FREIGHT PAYMENT 17 A Single Standard for E-Invoicing A group of global ocean shipping interests looks to bring effi ciency and simplicity to electronic invoicing. 10 17 2014 V.15 N.24 CONTENTSNov.24 10

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