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Los Angeles County Regional Food Bank workers help with food distribution to some 2,000 vehicles expected to arrive in Willowbrook, California, on April 29, 2021, in an ongoing effort to help people affected by the coronavirus pandemic.
Effects of Supply Chain Crunch to Last at Least Until 2023
Several economists and financial commentators have warned that the ongoing supply chain crisis may continue into 2023, and have told businesses and households not to expect a lavish Christmas. Coresight Research Founder & CEO Deborah...
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COVID-19 Crisis Fans Inflation of Food Prices, Rent, and Fuel
Consumer prices rose 8.6 percent last year induced by skyrocketing energy tariffs that are further hampering supply chains caused by understaffing due to stiff COVID-19 regulations and soaring sick leaves. The US Bureau of Labor...