Even things made in Britain rely on Chinese supply chains. Photo: Neil Newman Even things made in Britain rely on Chinese supply chains. Photo: Neil Newman
Even things made in Britain rely on Chinese supply chains. Photo: Neil Newman
Neil Newman
Opinion

Opinion

Abacus by Neil Newman

Post-coronavirus, expect manufacturing to make a mass exodus from China

  • Firms across the world are rethinking their supply chains as they discover that links to the world’s factory are more fragile than they bargained for
  • Drugs are a particularly sensitive area: no nation wants to depend on supplies from a potential adversary that can use delivery as a strategic weapon

Even things made in Britain rely on Chinese supply chains. Photo: Neil Newman Even things made in Britain rely on Chinese supply chains. Photo: Neil Newman
Even things made in Britain rely on Chinese supply chains. Photo: Neil Newman
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