When a $205 million dredging project is completed this summer at the Port of Miami, allowing large ships that will soon transit the expanded Panama Canal to call at the Southeast port, Florida Gov. Rick Scott will likely be there — perhaps with giant ribbon-cutting scissors in hand — to trumpet Florida ports as gateways for international containerized cargo.
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