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Shippers accuse lines of failing exporters and consider legal redress

Shippers in Europe are going out of business as erratic deliveries of cargo containers leaves production lines stranded and European exporters, like their US counterparts, say that lines, in their rush to get empty boxes back to Asia, are not picking up export cargo.

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