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Los Angeles Port Strike Ends, Effects Lingeri
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Mike O'Sullivan
December 06, 2012 2:24 AM
An eight-day strike that crippled the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach has ended, restoring the flow of goods through the major trade gateway between the United States and Asia. Mike O'Sullivan reports that the strike had a limited impact, but it disrupted the trade flow and its effects will linger.

Los Angeles Port Strike Ends, Effects Linger

Mike O'Sullivan

Published December 05, 2012

An eight-day strike that crippled the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach has ended, restoring the flow of goods through the major trade gateway between the United States and Asia. Mike O'Sullivan reports that the strike had a limited impact, but it disrupted the trade flow and its effects will linger.


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