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It seems as if the threat of strike action never leaves the US ports business. Aware of a new risk of supply chain disruption and, following last year’s east coast port-union stand-off, the National Retail Federation has warned that west coast union officials need to start negotiating now, as the current ILWU contract expires on June 30, covering workers at 29 ports, accounting for 69% of retail cargo.

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