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However, the year-over-year growth for the month was significantly smaller than the rise seen in recent months, and yields fell, year-over-year, by 4.0 percent – the largest dip since a 5.0 percent decrease in February 2014. The bottleneck at U.S. ports could be inferred most dramatically in WorldACD's month-to-month figures for the trans-Pacific market. While air cargo revenues for North American exports to the Asia Pacific region fell 9 percent from October to November 2014, shipments from Asia Pacific to North America skyrocketed by 17 percent over the same period, with yields improving by 9 percent.
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