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Port Clutter: By-Product Of Trade Slowdown

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Port Clutter: By-Product Of Trade Slowdown

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Port Clutter: By-Product Of Trade Slowdown

Port Clutter: By-Product Of Trade Slowdown

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As international trade has slowed, merchandise is piling up at the large twin ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles. Recycled paper, luxury cars and even huge container ships have no where to go.

Rob Schmitz reports for member station KQED.

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