Supply Chain Issues to Last at Least a Year, Says DP World CEO

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Bloomberg Markets and Finance published this video item, entitled “Supply Chain Issues to Last at Least a Year, Says DP World CEO” – below is their description.

Oct.01 — Supply chain issues are plaguing the world, and the chief executive officer of one of the world’s biggest ports operators says we’re likely to see problems carry on all through next year. DP World CEO Sultan Ahmed Bin Sulayem told Bloomberg’s Manus Cranny there might be an easing only in 2023. The pair also discussed the future of China and where DP World see the strongest growth in trade flows.

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