Port congestion in South Vietnam is deteriorating, amid the country’s latest Covid battle.
The lockdown in Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) was extended for two weeks on Sunday, alongside the 19 other cities and provinces making up the entire southern region.
Saigon Newport (SNP), which operates inner-city river terminal Tan Cang Cat Lai in HCMC, told customers this morning the outbreak had “heavily disrupted” manufacturing operations.
“[This] has created a negative impact on …
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