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TAIPEI: Factories in Taiwan faced the longest delays on record in securing raw materials and components in February as they worked overtime to keep up with surging demand from clients overseas.
BEIJING (China Daily/ANN): China's transport regulators introduced the prospects of a nearly 700,000-kilometre network on Monday (March 1) as they rolled out a comprehensive transport blueprint.
Many roads across the capital have been upgraded or repaired with the aim of improving traffic flow and making driving easier, especially in the rush hour.
Trainspotters have taken to social media to build a tighter community and creatively showcase their work while pushing the hobby forward.
BEIJING: Although passenger trips dropped in January amid effective measures to contain Covid-19, China’s transport sector has seen a good start to the year, with a huge growth in investment and freight volume compared with last year, posting double-digit growth over 2019, the Ministry of Transport said.
Fund managers and investors are reviewing their strategies to protect their portfolios and wealth
YANGON (Bloomberg): Thousands of striking truck drivers in Myanmar protesting the military coup have slowed delivery of imports, trapping cargo containers at ports and prompting at least one international shipping line to halt new orders.
The extreme premium for cash metal has drawn some metal into LME warehouses. Inflows totalled 705 tonnes last week, most of it arriving at Malaysia's Port Klang.