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Coronavirus has complicated the supply of non-food products from China

Coronavirus has complicated the supply of non-food products from China
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The spread of coronavirus may complicate the logistics of deliveries of non-food products from China. These include perfumes, clothing, electronics and children's products. Problems will arise with those goods that are re-exported from an Asian country. 

According to "Merchant", suppliers are already experiencing difficulties. Some of the employees at the control points from the Chinese side did not go to work because they were afraid of getting sick. However, market experts expect a real negative effect only after two or three months, when retailers run out of supplies.

The Chinese city of Wuhan, from where the coronavirus began to spread, is the most important transportation hub that connects Beijing, Shanghai and Hong Kong. Therefore, experts do not exclude that problems may affect the supply of goods whose logistics are connected with ground transportation.

Earlier in the regions of the Far Eastern Federal District, they reported scarcity Chinese vegetables. To cope with this situation in the Primorsky Territory have opened border with China for freight transport. 
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