Shanghai lockdown costs $28bn in global trade as it sends ‘shockwaves’ through supply chains

Shanghai’s Covid-19 lockdown has cost $28bn in global trade since it started back in March, according to estimates from data and analytics firm Russell Group.

Severe delays at Shanghai’s ports and logistical problems moving imported goods around China have sent “shockwaves” through the global sup...


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