Just over half of the firms surveyed said their manufacturing ability had been “slightly” impaired by supply chain disruption, while 42 per cent described the impact as “moderate”, with 6 per cent saying they had been “severely” affected. Photo: XinhuaJust over half of the firms surveyed said their manufacturing ability had been “slightly” impaired by supply chain disruption, while 42 per cent described the impact as “moderate”, with 6 per cent saying they had been “severely” affected. Photo: Xinhua
Just over half of the firms surveyed said their manufacturing ability had been “slightly” impaired by supply chain disruption, while 42 per cent described the impact as “moderate”, with 6 per cent saying they had been “severely” affected. Photo: Xinhua

Coronavirus: China’s southern manufacturing hub facing supply shortage as global fears grow

  • American Chamber of Commerce in South China survey shows 32 per cent of firms are facing a supply shortage, with 15 per cent already out of stock
  • Supplies from within China have been most disrupted, followed by the United States, Asia-Pacific and the European Union

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Just over half of the firms surveyed said their manufacturing ability had been “slightly” impaired by supply chain disruption, while 42 per cent described the impact as “moderate”, with 6 per cent saying they had been “severely” affected. Photo: XinhuaJust over half of the firms surveyed said their manufacturing ability had been “slightly” impaired by supply chain disruption, while 42 per cent described the impact as “moderate”, with 6 per cent saying they had been “severely” affected. Photo: Xinhua
Just over half of the firms surveyed said their manufacturing ability had been “slightly” impaired by supply chain disruption, while 42 per cent described the impact as “moderate”, with 6 per cent saying they had been “severely” affected. Photo: Xinhua
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