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Port Snarls Ease in Parts of Asia and U.S., Worsen in Others

  • China’s major hubs see drop in vessels despite Covid outbreak
  • Los Angeles/Long Beach vessels now waiting off Mexico

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Port congestion on Friday showed both improvement and some worsening around Asia and the U.S.’s major gateways for trade, suggesting an uneven recovery ahead in global supply-chain disruptions as economies battle to control the spread of the coronavirus.