An employee restocks rolls of toilet paper at a market in Hong Kong, where fears over the supply chain from China has sparked panic buying. Photo: Reuters An employee restocks rolls of toilet paper at a market in Hong Kong, where fears over the supply chain from China has sparked panic buying. Photo: Reuters
An employee restocks rolls of toilet paper at a market in Hong Kong, where fears over the supply chain from China has sparked panic buying. Photo: Reuters

Coronavirus: Southeast Asian supply chains feel the squeeze from Covid-19

  • Construction in Singapore, garlic in Indonesia and lobsters in Australia: all have been hit by the supply chain havoc caused by the coronavirus
  • Singapore learned the need to diversify years ago, but do others really have any other option than relying on China?

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
An employee restocks rolls of toilet paper at a market in Hong Kong, where fears over the supply chain from China has sparked panic buying. Photo: Reuters An employee restocks rolls of toilet paper at a market in Hong Kong, where fears over the supply chain from China has sparked panic buying. Photo: Reuters
An employee restocks rolls of toilet paper at a market in Hong Kong, where fears over the supply chain from China has sparked panic buying. Photo: Reuters
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