Portrays the political implications in the United States of Dubai-based DP World's procurement of London-based Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company (P&O). Since P&O worked some port terminals in the United States, DP World got freedom from the Committee on Foreign Investments in the United States before P&O shareholders endorsed the arrangement in February 2006. In any case, a ruckus over port security emitted both in Congress and in the press and this ruckus drove DP World to guarantee that it would surrender the U.S. terminals of P&O. Likewise contains a brief depiction of Dubai and its relationship to the U.S., a dialog of issues identified with port security, and a brief history of U.S. security worries with outside direct speculation. Closes with a portrayal of the Bills passed collectively by the U.S. House and Senate to additionally manage outside interest in the wake of the DP World fiasco.
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