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Officials outline progress in Cairo river port development

Alexander County hopes to land large share of U.S. intermodal shipping traffic

Posted on October 7, 2021

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SPRINGFIELD – A proposed river port development in the southern Illinois town of Cairo is drawing much attention and interest from companies that believe it could open up greater access to international markets, officials behind the project said Tuesday.

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