SAN FRANCISCO, Aug 30 (Reuters) - Contract talks between West Coast port employers and union workers look set to continue through the weekend as both sides seek to hammer out a deal to keep goods flowing through ports which handle some $300 billion in U.S. trade annually. "People are at the table and talking," Steve Stallone, a spokesman for the International Longshore & Warehouse Union, said Friday. "They are scheduled to keep talking on Saturday and Sunday, but will take Labor Day ...
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