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UN Report: Supply Chain Crisis May Drive Import Cost Of Computers, Apparel, Furniture Up More Than 10%

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By Ben Zeisloft

The United Nations warns that global supply chain bottlenecks may drastically hike import and consumer costs.

In a recent report, the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development said that high consumer demand and a variety of supply-side constraints — including “container ship carrying capacity, container shortages, labour shortages, continued on and off COVID-19 restrictions across port regions and congestion at ports” — could lead to price hikes through 2023.

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