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China’s busiest container-shipping ports in Shanghai, Ningbo begin to reopen after Typhoon Chanthu

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Terminals at two of the world’s busiest container ports began resuming operations on Tuesday after briefly shutting down due to Typhoon Chanthu, but analysts warn that delays and disruptions remain a broader concern in the global supply chain.Flights and rail services in Shanghai also gradually started returning to normal on Tuesday, local authorities said.Both Shanghai Port and Ningbo-Zhoushan Port are now handling laden containers at several terminals, according to official statements.Chanthu…

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Terminals at two of the world’s busiest container ports began resuming operations on Tuesday after briefly shutting down due to Typhoon Chanthu, but analysts warn that delays and disruptions remain a broader concern in the global supply chain.Flights and rail services in Shanghai also gradually started returning to normal on Tuesday, local authorities said.Both Shanghai Port and Ningbo-Zhoushan Port are now handling laden containers at several terminals, according to official statements.Chanthu…
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