Hong Kong: Food Consumers Feel the Pinch of Supply Chain Disruptions

  |   Attaché Report (GAIN)   |   HK2021-0064

Hong Kong traders complain about ongoing issues with global shipping logistics and resulting disruptions on supply chains. Given the open nature of the Hong Kong market and reliance on food imports, traders point to these disruptions as the culprit fueling food prices in Hong Kong.

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