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    :: Wednesday, February 22, 2006 ::

    Security Programs, Unions Would Stay at Ports - by Washington Post Staff Writers
    And Michael Seymour, head of North American operations for Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Co., the British firm being bought by the UAE firm, said the workers handling security in U.S. ports are supplied by longshoremen's unions -- an arrangement he said would remain in effect. "So it doesn't make any difference whether we are their employers, or other terminal operators are their employers," he said.
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