Mixed year ahead for transportation sector


The market continues to hold a neutral view on the outlook of the transportation and logistics sector. — Bloomberg

THE transportation and logistics sector was one of the worst affected during the Covid-19 pandemic, and it was partially a reason for the supply chain disruptions that shook the global economy.

But, over the past months, the sector has been gradually recovering, thanks to the lifting of international trade restrictions and the export boom.

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