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Los Angeles, California, March 1, 2010 - Workers move packs of pressed cotton destined for China into shipping containers in at the Los Angeles Harbor Grain Terminal. A decline in U.S. consumption has left exports short of a good exit strategy. In 2009, imports fell 28%. This has created a bottleneck for exports, which need the shipping containers to move product overseas. Dwight Robinson, Vice President of Los Angeles Harbor Grain Terminal, says, "We are doing everything we can to make sure the containers are packed as efficiently as possible."...