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Imports Tick Up Despite Decline in Chinese Shipments

Imports into the San Pedro Bay rose slightly in March compared to the previous year, even as the nation saw fewer shipments come in from its largest trading partner, China.

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Long Beach Port Cargo Volume Up, LA Port Volume Down

It was a tale of two ports in May as cargo volume at the Port of Long Beach hit a record high while at the Port of Los Angeles, volume dipped 3 percent from last year’s record high, according to announcements from both ports.

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Ports’ Cargo Numbers Mixed in April

The Port of Long Beach saw a 10.8 percent increase in cargo movement for the month of April compared to the same time last year. Port of L.A. on the other hand, recorded a decline.

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L.A. Entrepreneur Program Adds Manufacturing

Mayor’s office intends to boost industry in region; virtual advice in store

Nonprofit Make it in LA aims to help companies manufacture locally.

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