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    By Vangie Beal :  May 12, 2003

    (Dow Jones Business News) Samsung Electronics said Monday it stands to lose roughly 100 billion won ($ 83.2 million) in revenue a day if operations at South Korea's largest port continue to be disrupted by a strike. Business in the southern city of Busan has been disrupted by a strike that began Friday as unionized truck drivers demanded higher payments, according to port officials. As of Sunday, the number of containers handled has dropped by two-thirds at Busan, the Maritime and Fisheries Office said. Busan handles 80% of South Korea's shipping.

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