Upbeat Chinese analysts argue the missing target is actually “hidden” in the other announced government efforts to stabilise the country’s economy, but others are less optimistic
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While the impact of the coronavirus pandemic will be felt across the industry, some will be better able than others to ride out the storm
Numerous ships are taking an extended seven-day voyage as carriers respond to the health crisis that has sent consumer demand plummeting and left lines facing reduced demand
Inconsistent coronavirus-related port and border closures or entry restrictions have led to goods being rerouted via ports different from those initially scheduled, creating extra costs — for example in demurrage, storage, handling and transport
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