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Page 2 of 79 THE JOURNAL OF COMMERCE 3 F E A T U R E S COVER STORY 10 China's Export Gambit The devaluation of the yuan sent shivers through global markets. Was it a pure exports play or is something else at work? SPECIAL REPORT: ROLL-ON, ROLL-OFF SHIPPING: NORTH AMERICAN OUTLOOK 20 Making Waves With new multipurpose ships coming, trans-Atlantic ro-ro carriers hope to provide a lift for the slumping container market. 6 Spotlight 72 By the Numbers 73 Index 76 Colin Barrett's Q&A 77 Classifi ed Ads E V E R Y I S S U E C O L U M N S 4 CHINA TAKES ITS MEDICINE By Chris Brooks 34 HOUSE OF CARDS By Gary Ferrulli 46 EMITTING LESS, SAVING MORE By Fran Flynn 54 TRACKING EFFICIENCY By Lawrence Gross 78 PUT ON YOUR SEATBELTS By Peter Tirschwell A D V E R T O R I A L S 56 SOUTH CAROLINA LOGISTICS 2015 60 FOREIGN-TRADE ZONES D E P A R T M E N T S 17 GOVERNMENT WATCH Putting the Cart Before the Horse Hong Kong says its new competition law will take effect before considering any exemption for container shipping. ACE's Losing Hand With another deadline of its own in view, U.S. Customs keeps to its "single window" deadline. 35 INTERNATIONAL MARITIME Paving the Way for Automation? Armed with a new ILWU arbitration process, West Coast marine terminals are ready to invest, the Pacifi c Maritime Association says. 47 DOMESTIC SURFACE Southeast's Inland Push Ports in South Carolina, Georgia, Florida and Virginia look to build on the success of their hinterland facilities. 10 20 2015 V.16 N.18 CONTENTSSept.7

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