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Possible U.S. Rail Union Strike – Update: September 15, 2022

A tentative deal has been reached today between the rail unions and the railroads averting a rail shutdown on Friday, September 16th that would have

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Strikes at the Ports of Felixstowe and Liverpool, UK

Workers at the ports of Felixstowe and Liverpool in the UK are set to strike.

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Possible U.S. Rail Union Strike: September 12, 2022

The Railroad Companies and the Unions have until midnight on Friday to reach a tentative agreement before the “cooling off" period ends. Failing to do so

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Possible U.S. Rail Union Strike: July 14, 2022

As the negotiations between the U.S. railroads and the unions remain at an impasse, and with the 30-day cooling-off period coming to an end, the

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Trucker Protest of AB5 State Law in Southern California: July 14, 2022

A number of truckers in Southern California stopped working on Wednesday to protest AB5, a state law that seeks to limit the use of independent

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48-Hour Strike at Major German Ports: July 14, 2022

A sixth round of talks between German union ver.di, which represents 12,000 port workers, and the Central Association of German Seaport Companies (ZDS)

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Shanghai Covid-19 Update: June 13, 2022

As of 10:00am June 13th, Shanghai reported 58,073 positive cases (11 new cases) and 591,466 asymptomatic cases (26 new cases) since March 1st, 2022.  

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Bangladesh Container Depot Fire: June 6, 2022

A fire broke out on Saturday night at a container depot (BM Container Depot Ltd) near Chittagong port triggering a major blast and multiple explosions in

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Shanghai Covid-19 Update: June 1, 2022

As of 10:00am June 1st, Shanghai reported 58,000 positive cases (5 new cases) and 591,339 asymptomatic cases (10 new cases) since March 1st, 2022.  

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Shanghai Covid-19 Update: May 31, 2022

As of 10:00am May 31th, Shanghai reported 57,995 positive cases (9 new cases) and 591,329 asymptomatic cases (22 new cases) since March 1st, 2022.  

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