China’s Covid crunch should spur supply chain resilience review
The same international buyers of Chinese products, who were impressed by the country’s performance in the early days of the pandemic, are now having second thoughts and diversifying their supply chains
Russia’s isolation has redrawn maritime trade lanes, but China’s coronavirus-fuelled supply chain crunch offers a glimpse of what any potential decoupling may bring in the future. If there is a single lesson of the past few years it is that reliance on a single source of supplies is never a good idea
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