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The Global Supply Chain Is Still A Mess. When Will It Get Better?

The Global Supply Chain Is Still A Mess. When Will It Get Better?

Update: 2021-09-283
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Retail experts are already warning of delays, shortages, and price hikes this holiday shopping season as the pandemic continues to disrupt global supply chains.

NPR's Scott Horsley reports on the interconnected nature of those chains — and what happens when a single part delays manufacturing by months at a time.

University of Michigan economist Betsey Stevenson explains why labor-related delays and shortages are not going away any time soon.

In participating regions, you'll also hear a local news segment that will help you make sense of what's going on in your community.

Email us at considerthis@npr.org.
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The Global Supply Chain Is Still A Mess. When Will It Get Better?

The Global Supply Chain Is Still A Mess. When Will It Get Better?

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