Port operator says strike costs mounting

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The strike at the world's third largest container port is entering its 13th day, and there are few signs of a resolution.

Hundreds of dock workers and crane operators are asking for close to a 20% wage increase to keep up with inflation.

Port operator, Hong Kong International Terminals, says the strike is costing the company more than half a million dollars a day. The BBC's Jennifer Pak reports.

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