Global supply chain disruptions set to remain but South African exports likely to rise

Global supply-chain disruptions could remain high until H2 2022, amid renewed Covid-19 outbreaks around the world, China’s sustained zero-Covid policy, and demand and logistic volatility during Chinese New Year. But South Africa’s exports are still set to rise.

According to Euler Hermes’ Global T...


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