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DOCK STRIKE SETTLED

West Coast ports are resuming full operation after settlement of a labor dispute that snarled Asia-bound traffic for weeks, hitting meat and produce exports especially hard. Mike Steenhoek of the Soy Transportation Coalition says he’s seen estimates that the disruption on the West Coast has cost U.S. exporters of agricultural products $1.75 billion each month.

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