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December 2021 Archive

A Ship Stuck in Port for 54 Days Hurts Small Business

This is the not-so-festive tale of how one small container ship being stuck in a port for 54 days has had a lasting impact on small businesses that were relying on the ship to deliver Christmas goods from Hong Kong to Los Angeles.

December 14th, 2021 Read More >

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