Shipping lines have begun suspending cargo bookings into Myanmar.
A nationwide general strike took place yesterday, with hundreds of thousands on the streets protesting against the military power-grab on 1 February.
“The situation is becoming more and more tense,” according to Hapag-Lloyd.
“Operationally, the terminals in Myanmar are close to full capacity, and feeder services, road transport is limited and a number of factories and depots are working with a skeleton labour force.
“With that, …
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