Global Supply Chains Face Months of Disruption from Texas Storm

Global Supply Chains Face Months of Disruption from Texas Storm

One month after the worst Texas winter storm in years, petrochemical plants have still not yet resumed to full capacity. The storm could not have come at a worse time as chemical supplies were already low due to the high demand during the pandemic. Experts warn there could be months of disruptions to the global supply chain for chemical raw materials that are critical to items like cars and medical equipment. 

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