Port Labor Talks Collide with Supply Chain Crunch

The following appears on calmatters.org

BY EMILY HOEVENPlan to buy something online in the next few months? Then you have a stake in high-intensity negotiations set to begin Tuesday between 22,000 dockworkers and the shipping companies that do business at 29 West Coast ports accounting for nearly 9% of the United States’ gross domestic product.


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SOURCE Cal Matters

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