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China shipping: Yantian port delays already worse than those caused by Suez Canal debacle in March

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]The Port of Yantian, which is at the epicentre of China’s latest coronavirus-containment efforts, is creating massive headaches across the maritime shipping world and further complicating the process of reopening the global economy.Disruptions to the supply chain for some companies are said to already be worse than those caused by the six-day blockage of the Suez Canal in March, which made global headlines and spawned countless memes on social media.From June 1-15, a total of 298 container…

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The Port of Yantian, which is at the epicentre of China’s latest coronavirus-containment efforts, is creating massive headaches across the maritime shipping world and further complicating the process of reopening the global economy.Disruptions to the supply chain for some companies are said to already be worse than those caused by the six-day blockage of the Suez Canal in March, which made global headlines and spawned countless memes on social media.From June 1-15, a total of 298 container…

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