There have been many different counts as to how many port facilities Dubai World Ports is acquiring in the United States. Do you count Baton Rouge and Lake Charles separately from New Orleans? The P&O website puts them together. The facilities in partnership with Delaware River Stevedores are located in three cities - Philadelphia, Camden, and Wilmington. Is that one site or three? I'm not bothering with an official count, but here is everything they've got. These will be the first port facilities Dubai World Ports controls within the United States.
Major Port Management
New Jersey - the Newark Container Terminal
New York - the New York City Passenger Terminal (900,000 passengers per year)
New Orleans - various facilities including complete ownership of the Baton Rouge and Lake Charles ports
Baltimore - the Seagrit and Dundalk terminals
Miami - Port of Miami Terminal Operating System
Philadelphia - various facilities in Philadelphia, Camden, and Wilmington in partnership with Delaware River Stevedores
Lesser Port Facilities
Newport News, VA
Port Arthur, TX
Corpus Christi, TX
Dubai World Ports web site. P & O Ports web site.
The Business Telegraph reports that the Miami partner, Eller & Company, is suing because it was not consulted about the deal and will become an involuntary partner with the Dubai Ports World.
According to the Jerusalem Post, Dubai World Ports enforces the boycott against Israel.
The best source of information I have found was written by Kathy Gil on About.com. I have shamelessly used her as a source for this.