LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – The biggest U.S. cargo delivery complex resumed full operations about Wednesday following harbor clerks plus administration settled an eight-day strike which left 2 Southern California ports largely idle, sapping the region's economy of a estimated $ 8 billion. The strike at the ports of Los Angeles plus Long Beach ended whenever clerks inside the International Longshore plus Warehouse Workers Local 63 reached a tentative contract deal with a group of shippers plus terminal providers late Tuesday. …
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