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Trade war leads to contraction in global forwarding, but new services could help support future growth

New report from Ti, Global Freight Forwarding Update 2019/2020, focuses on some of the key factors inhibiting market growth, as well as the solutions that can help forwarders gain an edge in the years ahead.

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