Asia leads with the world's busiest container ports, handling nearly 6 billion containers in just 13 years

In the past 13 years, Africa's port activity has grown steadily from handling 22.8 million containers in 2010 to 35.8 million in 2022.

Asia's bustling ports outpaced the world, handling nearly 6 billion containers since 2010, and 561 million in 2022.

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