WASHINGTON — The top Bush administration official in charge of cargo security told a Senate panel Thursday that many foreign ports are lacking anti-terrorism measures, which could lead to increased inspections and arrival delays of their U.S.-bound goods.

How U.S. Customs sizes up the terrorist threat at foreign ports is increasingly becoming an issue of retailers and other importers of textiles and apparel.

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