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Decrease in growth at Port is expected (Long Beach Press-Telegram)
by NewsReader 03-28-2007

Smooth year predicted, but ID cards may lead to difficulties in '08. LONG BEACH - International trade and retail experts forecast smooth sailing for cargo moving through the Long Beach-Los Angeles port complex this year, but potentially disruptive congestion problems may be looming.

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