Production in South Vietnam is struggling under the weight of a prolonged lockdown, with manufactures and logistics firms warning of mounting financial costs, labour shortages and supply chain disruption.
Yesterday, Ho Chi Minh City introduced the strictest Covid restrictions to date: residents must not leave their homes for at least the next two weeks, even for food.
Troops have been deployed to enforce the “stay home” order and to deliver food to …
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