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5 ways the COVID-19 pandemic has changed the supply chain

Car manufacturers are among those stocking up on parts due to supply chain issues. Image: Reuters/Babu

Tarek Sultan

Chief Executive Officer and Vice-Chairman of the Board, Agility

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