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Supply Chains Still Rattled by Suez Backup

Supply Chains Still Rattled by Suez Backup "Minaret of a prayer room overlooking the Northern entry point of Suez Canal at Port said."

According to DC Velocity, supply chains will feel the effects of the Suez canal incident for weeks. 

Global supply chains will feel the effects of the Suez Canal backups for weeks, and the situation is likely to exacerbate choke points at West Coast ports in the United States as the economic recovery from the pandemic continues. 

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