Lazaro Cardenas is one of the busiest ports in Latin America. But has business slowed since troops pushed out the drug trade?
Nov. 14, 2013 Dock workers unload a cargo ship at Lazaro Cardenas, Mexico. Over the past decade, cargo business to Lazaro Cardenas, the deepest port in Mexico, has more than doubled to an estimated 36 million tons this year, putting it in the top 10 of Latin American ports. Dominic Bracco II/Prime for The Washington Post Buy Photo