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Late last year, I predicted that 2022 would see an unprecedented level of government intervention in logistics and transportation. My hypothesis was based on the fact that several governments were approaching elections and with everyday voters not receiving their favourite products in a timely or cost-effective manner, government’s hand would be forced.

As we pass 2022’s halfway mark, how much direct government intervention has there been in our industry and what might be in store for the rest of the year?

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