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China’s rising infections put global supply chain at risk

Factories and ports are striving to shut out the spreading coronavirus to prevent closures that risk bringing global trade to a standstill. Logjams created by escalated preventive measures are already adding to the logistics woe

Vessels arriving in China in many cases are facing stricter restrictions, including being subject to 14-28 days of quarantine before being allowed to enter the port areas

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