Port closures in China hamper global supply chains | DW Business


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Port closures in China hamper global supply chains | DW Business



All container services at Meishan terminal in Ningbo-Zhoushan port near Shanghai were halted after an employee tested positive for coronavirus. The port complex is the third-busiest container port in the world.

Tighter restrictions to fight China’s latest coronavirus outbreak are starting to hit more parts of the economy. The highly transmissable Delta variant has been detected in more than a dozen cities since late July.

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  1. And if we automate everything and have robots work in the factories and drive the container ships, there will be no wages to pay, no sick days, robots could work 24-7 and everything would cost almost zero dollars. The government could take control of manufacturing with those robots, all goods prices would cost next to nothing, we could all have the nicest things and live in big houses and it would cost next to nothing.

  2. We are being sold a narrative to covid. More like let's cripple global supply, make everyone dependable on the state. Job done, now you have to do what your told.

  3. Stop being pathetic. Taliban Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar enjoys the "freedom of speech" on Twitter. But not President Trump. What a great country now!

  4. Every country needs to do more to be self sufficient and not rely on China for manufacturing products.
    Bring manufacturing jobs back home and provide jobs and income for your people.

  5. It is time to surrender to the virus because the efficacy of the vaccines is too short lived. Open up economies and coccoon the vulnerable. Unnecessary human activity should stop or change, for example instead of flying to holiday destinations, people should be encouraged to volunteer for tree planting in their locality.

  6. Bahahaha So the US tries to blame China for covid & China has already told their ppl the US unleashed a biological weapon (covid) on them. Now they're playing the "covid game" on the US, acting like covid is So bad they had to shutdown their ports, good play on them. The US government needs to pay for this pandemic & learn NOT to dabble in gain-of-function research