The China Post
· Infected workers, parts shortages slow auto factory restarts →
For some automakers, full production has been delayed, or it’s been herky-herky, with production lines stopping and starting due to infected workers or parts shortages from Mexico and elsewhere.
· India to ease coronavirus lockdown despite record new cases →
Critics said there had been a shortage of food and water on the journeys, charges that Indian Railways and the government deny.
The China Post
· US food prices see historic jump and are likely to stay high →
“You can pick an ingredient and I can tell you there are shortages,” she said.
· Coronavirus will be catastrophic to Africa’s most vulnerable nations – we cannot leave these people behind →
Already, 135 million people face food shortages that have been recently exacerbated by historic swarms of locusts in Africa.
· Shortage of PPE may force reopened dentists to limit treatments →
The chief dental officer for England, Sara Hurley, last week asked the country’s 10,000 practices to start offering routine appointments from 8 June but the British Dental Association has warned that many surgeries will be unable to carry out a full range of treatments because of widespread shortages of personal protective equipment.
· Lupin Ltd ADR (LUPNY) CEO Vinita Gupta on Q4 2020 Results - Earnings Call Transcript →
Just want to check, why is this product still in the shortage when IQVIA volume shows that now that shortage - which was there is no longer there.
The Rio Times
· With Quarantine Extension, Brazilian Companies Study Next Steps →
Small-sized companies suffer from cash and credit shortages in times of crisis.
The Wall Street Journal
· Postal Package Deliveries ‘Bogged Down’ With Delays, Backlogs →
Postal Service’s parcel network as staffing shortages and backlogs in hard-hit areas slow deliveries.
The New York Times
· In Some Nations, Coronavirus Is Only One of Many Outbreaks →
As this year began, officials braced for another surge in cases of the mosquito-borne disease and wondered how they would manage with their frail public health system and shortage of trained personnel.
· India and Pakistan face the worst locust attack in decades →
Billions of dollars worth of crops have been damaged, prompting fears of food shortages.