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Update May 5: Charleston will have to wait a bit for the verdict. Read more.
Update May 4: Well we can expect some news today, as The Post and Courier says the port will have an "emergency board meeting" today.
The Charleston Regional Business Journal has also added a story that further expands on when we can expect a "final" decision and what the players are expecting. Read that one here.
Rounds of negotiations to keep the Port of Charleston's biggest customer -- Maersk --may culminate on Monday, May 4, according to this little bit of gossip over at FITSNews .
Read more stories on this subject in our port topic page.If the world's biggest shipper does decide to stay put (in any fashion), expect our state to breath a huge sigh of relief.
For those of you not following along, Maersk represents some 20% of all container traffic at Charleston's port, the key component in an industry that's responsible for some $45 billion in economic activity in South Carolina.