LOS ANGELES (AP) — A contract between shipping companies and 22,000 West Coast dockworkers expired over the weekend. But the two sides kept talking and said they wanted to avoid a strike that could wreak havoc on an economy already stressed by soaring inflation and supply chain issues.
The contract that expired last Friday covered port workers from California to Washington state who handle nearly 40% of US imports.
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