Japanese imported autos line up at a Los Angeles Port terminal Wednesday, Jan. 16, 2013. Import and export shipments at the Port of Los Angeles dropped slightly last year compared to 2011. Longshoremen last year handled about 6.14 million 20-foot container equivalents, a measurement used worldwide and known as TEU's, compared to 6.18 million containers in 2011. A Port of Los Angeles news release says imports were up about 25,000 containers, while exports fell about 66,000 containers. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes)
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