Airports Council International Wednesday cautioned governments against overreacting to last week’s printer bomb threats and advised against enacting new and costly regulations for 100% screening of the 80 million metric tons of cargo shipped annually. ACI Chairman Max Moore-Wilton said 100% cargo screening would be “massive overkill” that would cripple the flow of trade goods. Convening in Bermuda on its 20th general assembly, ACI pressed governments and stakeholders to adopt ...

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