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Number of the Day

The Global Supply Chain’s Stranded Workers, by the Numbers

The pandemic has left merchant sailors stuck at sea for months longer than they anticipated

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250,000: That’s the number of seafaring shipping workers stuck at sea for extended periods because of Covid-19 restrictions, potentially causing further…




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