Ronald White

Staff Writer, Los Angele Times

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Oil companies are losing money because of the economic downtown and consumers' changing habits.

Oil Refiners Look to Make Permanent Cutbacks

Oil companies are losing money because of the economic downtown and consumers' changing habits.

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After 20 years of uninterrupted expansion, the  Ports of Los Angeles  and  Long Beach  saw declines in cargo shipments last year.

Decreased Port Traffic Signals Increased Economic Weakness

After 20 years of uninterrupted expansion, the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach saw declines in cargo shipments last year.

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