Global supply chains stabilizing after Covid-19 and Ukraine war

Global supply chains stabilizing after Covid-19 and Ukraine war
The world’s supply chain infrastructure is now stabilising, having recovered from the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic and the Russia-Ukraine conflict. Global construction consultancy firm Linesight's latest UK report has found that global supply chains are normalizing and the hyperinflation seen last year is moderating. However, shortages of specialist skills within the construction sector are causing ongoing disruption and construction commodities prices overall are set to remain at their current elevated levels. Key factors keeping prices elevated are the increased cost of energy and a lack of the required skills in the global supply ...

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