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Olympics Worsen China Supply Chain Crisis

Everstream Team | January 31, 2022

Regulations leading up to the 2022 Winter Olympic Games helped China reach energy use and pollution goals, but at the cost of severe reductions in energy-intensive materials production.  Chinese metal producers face difficulties in maintaining production.

As a result, global companies in automotive, electronics, solar, and construction will face skyrocketing prices and severe shortages. Get the report to learn how your operations could be affected:

  • Get data on the materials most affected in China
  • See the factors affecting magnesium, silicon, steel, and other materials production
  • Understand how the Olympics will further affect production

See our analysis and best-practice recommendations for protecting your supply chain during China’s Olympic Games and beyond.

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