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(AF) Surging coronavirus cases in Vietnam and Malaysia are disrupting Southeast Asia’s semiconductor manufacturing supply chains, potentially deepening a global...
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Supply chain issues and Covid’s resurgence have tripped up manufacturers across the region with activity even shrinking in Vietnam, Malaysia and India while European rivals are pacing ahead
The South-east nation’s Prime Minister promised the cash help as he warned the country that restrictions won’t be lifted until the numbers of new daily cases falls below 4,000
The South-east Asian nation’s economy was on the path to recovery before infections began to spike, with case numbers reaching over 545,000 and hospitals struggling to cope, and now the country has a strict two-week economic shutdown to get through
The United States has already banned imports from three of the south-east Asian nation’s companies and now the government in Ottawa is conducting its own probe into allegations of worker abuse