How recent China lockdowns are disrupting global trade supply chains

Recent lockdowns in major production cities of Shanghai and Shenzhen in China could disrupt global supply chains according to The International Monetary Fund’s latest report.

Ninety percent of all manufactured goods and commodities are transported by sea and, with the recent lockdowns, seaborne trade has been hugely disrupted. Will countries and companies across the world rethink how China interacts as being a major supplier?

Our Senior Digital Trade Adviser, Mike Mudd, discusses the supply chain crisis with CNBC Africa. Please find the interview on this link 


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