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Hanjin Shipping to Lay Off U.S. Staff

South Korean liner carrier Hanjin Shipping has announced job cuts in the U.S., but says the move is not connected to its failure and filing for bankruptcy protection, says a report in Bloomberg. Hanjin will lay off about 180 members of its 500 person workforce in the United States, say sources.
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