The supply chain challenge lies in whether it is ready to cope with the likely upswing.
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Flight cancellations due to Covid-19 outbreaks across various Chinese airports will further impact operations in 2022.
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The rail network will place Laos as a land-linked hub, connecting China to more regions with viable alternatives from ocean and air options.
Global recovery is starting, despite China’s power cuts and zero Covid strategy having an impact.
A deeper cultural understanding of the Chinese market is necessary to help Cambodia leverage the trade agreement to stimulate its Covid-hit economy.
Demand and rates are expected to remain elevated as capacity tightens for air freight, partly driven by difficulties in ocean freight.
The rise of e-commerce and digitalization during Covid-19 has been a boon for global trade, shares Kelvin Leung, CEO, DHL Global Forwarding Asia Pacific.