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Much to consider as containers community gathers in Long Beach

It remains to be seen just what the negotiations between Washington and Beijing will yield in terms of an agreement and what that arrangement, in turn, will mean for the maritime industry

Questions will be raised about the future supply-and-demand equation that has underpinned the strategy behind US President Donald Trump’s trade war with China

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