Although there are signs that Shanghai port congestion is easing, European business could face a "logistics nightmare". Bettina Schoen-Behanzin, vice-president of the European Union Chamber of Commerce in China and president of the Shanghai branch, said that while Shanghai has allowed some companies to restart operations, many still face challenges from labor shortages and logistical difficulties. In a statement, Bettina Schoen-Behanzin added that due to the ongoing lockdown, it expects less than 30% of employees to be eligible to be allowed to work, so there ...
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