July 29, 2021

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Implications of the siege of the Suez Canal by shipping 200,000 tons to the world economy

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The dismantling of the container ship blocking the Suez Canal is at least until Wednesday, which is longer than expected exacerbating problems in the global chains of various commodities such as oil, grains and cars.

The large container ship Evergreen ran aground on Tuesday, blocking ships carrying nearly $ 10 billion worth of cargo into Egyptian waterways.

Prolonging transportation on one of the world’s most important waterways puts even more pressure on container carriers already operating at full capacity. This will cause price delays for European companies that depend on the steady flow of imports from Asia and for consumers who are accustomed to buying fast online during epidemics.

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