Port strike shuts down most terminals at Port of Los Angeles

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LOS ANGELES, Nov 28 (Reuters) - A strike by clerical workers shut down terminals at the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach on Wednesday after other workers refused to cross picket lines at the nation's busiest combined cargo complex, officials said. Seven of eight terminals at the Port of Los Angeles were shut down by the action, along with three of six terminals at the neighboring Port of Long Beach, officials at the facilities said. The strike is the largest ...

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