LONDON/BEIJING – A new worldwide wave of COVID-19. Natural disasters in China and Germany. A cyberattack targeting key South African ports.
Events have conspired to drive global supply chains toward a breaking point, threatening the fragile flow of raw materials, parts and consumer goods, according to companies, economists and shipping specialists.
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