More Chinese ports restrict hazardous cargo after Tianjin explosions

More Chinese ports restrict hazardous cargo after Tianjin explosions

More Chinese ports have followed in the footsteps of the port of Tianjin to restrict the movement of hazardous chemical cargoes at their facilities, disrupting global supply chains and the manufacturers that depend on the inputs.

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