Suez crisis: Stranded super-oil tanker disrupts global supply chains

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Suez crisis: Stranded super-oil tanker disrupts global supply chains


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                Les rangées de vaccins mettent l'accent sur les chaînes d'approvisionnement mondiales.  Il en va de même pour un superpétrolier échoué dans le canal de Suez, qui retient actuellement plus de 150 navires.  De plus, les vacanciers prévoient-ils toujours une escapade de Pâques à Majorque?  Alors que de nouvelles souches virulentes de coronavirus déchirent l'Europe, le débat entre la vie et les moyens de subsistance va à la plage.
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                                    <p>Plus de 150 navires, dont un pétrolier, ont été laissés en attente à l'embouchure d'un lieu d'accueil pour plus de 10% du trafic maritime mondial.  Ceci, en tant que supertanker est échoué dans le canal de Suez.  La dernière tentative de re-flotter a échoué.

Meanwhile, the German government had to back down by slapping the nation with an Easter weekend lockdown. But in Mallorca, the sun is shining and despite the spread of new contagious variants of Covid, additional flights are underway and the Mediterranean island is a top destination for Germans at Easter.

On vaccines, Britain and the European Union have called for a truce ahead of a virtual EU summit. Leaders of the 27 post-Brexit forums have been toned down and graduated in the safer sport of disparaging AstraZeneca.

The week also began with state sanctions for China’s crackdown on the Uyghur minority in Xinjiang province, which escalated further. Burberry is the latest clothing retailer to be canceled on Chinese social media because of a not-so-new stance against the use of forced labor in the extraction and processing of cotton in Xinjiang.

Produced by Alessandro XENOS, Tatiana REITER and Florence VIALA

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