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Terrorist Cargo Threat May Force Changes at Ports

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Terrorist Cargo Threat May Force Changes at Ports

Terrorist Cargo Threat May Force Changes at Ports

Terrorist Cargo Threat May Force Changes at Ports

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Customs officials, guarding against terrorism, seek ways to identify suspicious cargo shipments at U.S. ports. Businesses fear a new system will add to the cost of goods while doing little to reduce the threat. NPR's Jack Speer reports.

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