IATA continued to call for a "measured" response to the late October discovery of explosives disguised as printer cartridges in air cargo shipments that originated in Yemen, warning that "knee-jerk" unilateral actions by governments could slow global airfreight flows and by extension the world economic recovery. "This is too complex a problem to be solved" by an emergency directive by any one government, IATA Director-Security Ken Dunlap told reporters at ...

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