Global supply chains remain vulnerable to disruption from the coronavirus outbreak, but firms in southern China say things are improving. Photo: EPA-EFE Global supply chains remain vulnerable to disruption from the coronavirus outbreak, but firms in southern China say things are improving. Photo: EPA-EFE
Global supply chains remain vulnerable to disruption from the coronavirus outbreak, but firms in southern China say things are improving. Photo: EPA-EFE

Coronavirus supply chain disruptions easing for companies in south China

  • More than 78 per cent of the 172 companies that took part in the American Chamber of Commerce in South China survey say they no longer face supply chain disruptions
  • In March, when China was still grappling with the Covid-19 outbreak, 100 per cent of companies said that they had experienced problems in their supply chains

Topic |   China economy
Global supply chains remain vulnerable to disruption from the coronavirus outbreak, but firms in southern China say things are improving. Photo: EPA-EFE Global supply chains remain vulnerable to disruption from the coronavirus outbreak, but firms in southern China say things are improving. Photo: EPA-EFE
Global supply chains remain vulnerable to disruption from the coronavirus outbreak, but firms in southern China say things are improving. Photo: EPA-EFE
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