'Never seen anything like it': Global supply chain faces unprecedented disruption
The world is facing unprecedented disruptions to global supply chains. A backlog in shipping and lack of raw materials is affecting the economic recovery and creating problems for businesses and consumers. Willy Shih, Professor at Harvard Business School, tells us that many industries will find they can't get merchandise in time for the holiday season, and that the problems could last until 2023.
Also in the show:
- Cole Stangler looks at how EU rules on production and origin impact the sales and status of food and drink.
- And a young French winemaker breaks stereotypes by sharing a peek into his industry on TikTok.
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