Terrorist Cargo Threat May Force Changes at Ports 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.

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.