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Supply chains may return to China amid Covid resurgence in India, Vietnam


A worker works on a production line to produce electrical products for domestic and Southeast Asian markets in Hai ‘an city, east China’s Jiangsu province, March 29, 2021.

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The Covid-19 resurgence in some parts of Asia could lead to a change in fortunes for China, according to an economist.

Previously, the U.S.-China trade war caused companies to move their supply chains out of China, shifting their production and distribution networks for products and services. As a result, countries like Vietnam and India benefited as companies moved to set up shop in their countries.

But the situation appears to be changing, and supply chains could pivot back to…


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