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Companies are remaking their supply chains to rely less on China and the massive container ships steaming across the oceans. AP Photo/Stephen B. Morton

Global economy 2023: COVID-19 turned global supply chains upside down – 3 ways the pandemic forced companies to rethink and transform how they source their products

Companies around the world are rapidly reshoring factories, investing in new technologies and building their inventories – shifts that all mean higher costs for consumers.
Worker unrest has been surging around the world. voy ager

Global economy 2023: what happens next with industrial action

With real wages in many countries having been stagnant for years, the inflation surge has brought unions back to life.
Many countries are dealing with a rapidly rising cost of living. Billion Photos/Shutterstock

Global economy 2023: how countries around the world are tackling the cost of living crisis

Price inflation has hit countries differently, but most central banks and governments are concerned about the rising cost of living in 2023.

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