Finnish port strike enters 2nd week as talks end.
A strike by dock workers in Finland looks set to continue for a second week as unions and employers have failed to solve a labor dispute that has crippled the country's foreign trade.
Stevedores stopped handling cargo at Finnish ports last week after labor contract talks broke down following weeks of negotiations.
The government says the strike is costing the export-dependent country more than euro100 million (US$137 million) a day.
National Conciliator Esa Lonka reopened talks on Friday, but they ended after a few hours. No new talks were scheduled.