WASHINGTON — The East Coast ports may be a safer haven for labor-management relations, but they’re not the panacea for avoiding another West Coast cargo gridlock.

Importers feel the odds are against an East Coast port shutdown similar to the one that brought trade to a grinding halt for 10 days earlier this month on the West Coast.

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