WORLD Feature: Port of Long Beach's new terminal open to more trade with China

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Feature: Port of Long Beach's new terminal open to more trade with China

Xinhua

08:50, August 22, 2021

Photo taken on Aug. 20, 2021 shows a new container terminal at the Port of Long Beach in California, the United States. The Port of Long Beach, U.S. second busiest port, announced Friday the completion of a 1.5-billion-U.S.-dollar new container terminal designed to become one of the most technologically advanced cargo facilities in the world. The Port of Long Beach alone handles trade valued at around 170 billion dollars annually and supports 2.6 million jobs across the nation and one in every five jobs in Long Beach. (Photo by Zeng Hui/Xinhua)

A container ship of China's COSCO Shipping docks at a new container terminal of the Port of Long Beach in California, the United States, Aug. 20, 2021. The Port of Long Beach, U.S. second busiest port, announced Friday the completion of a 1.5-billion-U.S.-dollar new container terminal designed to become one of the most technologically advanced cargo facilities in the world. The Port of Long Beach alone handles trade valued at around 170 billion dollars annually and supports 2.6 million jobs across the nation and one in every five jobs in Long Beach. (Xinhua/Gao Shan)

Photo taken on Aug. 20, 2021 shows a new container terminal at the Port of Long Beach in California, the United States. The Port of Long Beach, U.S. second busiest port, announced Friday the completion of a 1.5-billion-U.S.-dollar new container terminal designed to become one of the most technologically advanced cargo facilities in the world. The Port of Long Beach alone handles trade valued at around 170 billion dollars annually and supports 2.6 million jobs across the nation and one in every five jobs in Long Beach. (Xinhua/Gao Shan)

Photo taken on Aug. 20, 2021 shows a new container terminal at the Port of Long Beach in California, the United States. The Port of Long Beach, U.S. second busiest port, announced Friday the completion of a 1.5-billion-U.S.-dollar new container terminal designed to become one of the most technologically advanced cargo facilities in the world. The Port of Long Beach alone handles trade valued at around 170 billion dollars annually and supports 2.6 million jobs across the nation and one in every five jobs in Long Beach. (Xinhua/Gao Shan)

A container ship of China's COSCO Shipping docks at a new container terminal of the Port of Long Beach in California, the United States, Aug. 20, 2021. The Port of Long Beach, U.S. second busiest port, announced Friday the completion of a 1.5-billion-U.S.-dollar new container terminal designed to become one of the most technologically advanced cargo facilities in the world. The Port of Long Beach alone handles trade valued at around 170 billion dollars annually and supports 2.6 million jobs across the nation and one in every five jobs in Long Beach. (Xinhua/Gao Shan)

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