The International Air Transport Association is working the cargo security issue on several fronts, hoping to keep governments around the world from unilaterally implementing new regulations or having knee-jerk reactions to incidents, such as the failed October printer bomb scare from Yemen. There are three main ideas it will be pushing, partly through the International Civil Aviation Organization, to come up with uniform systems that can be used country-by-country or company-by-company. ...
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