Shanghai port to normalize by July, but some countries still blacklisted

Shipping containers waiting to leave the port in Shanghai.

Shanghai’s port is set to return to normal in July following the recent COVID-19 related lockdown of the city, according to Landy Chow, the head of Siam Canadian’s China office.

Shanghai’s port has been disrupted since April, when the Chinese government decided to implement lockdowns in it and 22 other Chinese cities. The port, while operational, was facing severe interruptions due to limited manpower and increased inspections ...

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