How China's lockdowns have hit businesses in Singapore

Chinese restaurant chain Putien has had to delay the launch of two seasonal dishes owing to logistical snags. PHOTO: PUTIEN
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SINGAPORE - Lockdowns to contain a fresh Covid-19 outbreak in several cities in China have resulted in closures of important factories and a shipping and logistics gridlock at the port of Shanghai.

This has delayed the delivery of a string of goods to Singapore, disrupting businesses and inconveniencing consumers at a time when it is opening up after two years of pandemic restrictions.

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