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June 13, 2023
Emily Peck

“The economic costs of a dispute that results in a port closure would be devastating to consumers and businesses, which are already enduring historically high levels of inflation,” the Chamber of Commerce wrote in a letter to the White House last Friday.

“Even small shutdowns tend to have big ripple effects. “The U.S. supply chain — it’s like a guitar string; so much tension.” Paul Brashier, vice president at ITS Logistics, tells Axios.

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