Terrorist plot likely to slow pace of cargo shipments
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Terrorist plot likely to slow pace of cargo shipments

Larry DePace, president of Secor Group's Federal Forwarding Company in Dulles, Va., explains how his team's operations have been impacted by the explosive devices that were recently found in packages coming from Yemen. (Whitney Shefte/The Washington Post)

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