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China container port expects delays after coronavirus outbreak, shipping costs set to rise further

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]One of the world’s busiest ports could see shipments delayed as a coronavirus outbreak that earlier closed part of the facility spurs stricter virus-control measures.All cargoes leaving Yantian Port in China will require reservations, according to a port employee, who declined to be identified as they are not authorised to speak to the media.The port has strengthened its Covid-19 testing programme for imports and cargoes into China could also be delayed, the employee said when asked whether…

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One of the world’s busiest ports could see shipments delayed as a coronavirus outbreak that earlier closed part of the facility spurs stricter virus-control measures.All cargoes leaving Yantian Port in China will require reservations, according to a port employee, who declined to be identified as they are not authorised to speak to the media.The port has strengthened its Covid-19 testing programme for imports and cargoes into China could also be delayed, the employee said when asked whether…

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