West Coast dockworkers and employers reach tentative deal

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Union dockworkers at West Coast ports have reached a tentative six-year contract agreement with their employers, potentially easing concerns about shipping delays and higher prices for customers and businesses after tensions between the two sides disrupted shipyard operations throughout this year.

In a brief statement late Wednesday, the International Longshore and Warehouse Union and the Pacific Maritime Association, which represents the port terminals where longshoremen load and unload massive amounts of cargo from ships…

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