As a result of sustained elevated demand, including for raw materials from China, congestion continues to worsen at major Southeast Asian ports. Photo: Reuters
As a result of sustained elevated demand, including for raw materials from China, congestion continues to worsen at major Southeast Asian ports. Photo: Reuters
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China shipping to Southeast Asia sees prices surge tenfold as reopening demand picks up

  • Already taxed by the coronavirus pandemic, intra-Asian shipping routes have entered their traditional peak season
  • Reopening and work resumption in Southeast Asia, as well as ongoing disruptions in the global logistics network, have contributed to record high prices

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As a result of sustained elevated demand, including for raw materials from China, congestion continues to worsen at major Southeast Asian ports. Photo: Reuters
As a result of sustained elevated demand, including for raw materials from China, congestion continues to worsen at major Southeast Asian ports. Photo: Reuters
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