India’s second coronavirus wave is threatening to put many small exporters out of business and slow the country’s economic recovery. Illustration: Brian Wang India’s second coronavirus wave is threatening to put many small exporters out of business and slow the country’s economic recovery. Illustration: Brian Wang
India’s second coronavirus wave is threatening to put many small exporters out of business and slow the country’s economic recovery. Illustration: Brian Wang

India’s coronavirus crisis threatens plans for post-pandemic supply chain shift from China

  • India’s second coronavirus wave has forced many small manufacturers to reduce operations or temporarily close factories
  • The outbreak is also putting pressure on India’s attempts to entice businesses away from China as part of a global supply chain shift

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
India’s second coronavirus wave is threatening to put many small exporters out of business and slow the country’s economic recovery. Illustration: Brian Wang India’s second coronavirus wave is threatening to put many small exporters out of business and slow the country’s economic recovery. Illustration: Brian Wang
India’s second coronavirus wave is threatening to put many small exporters out of business and slow the country’s economic recovery. Illustration: Brian Wang
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