Coronavirus tests stability of global supply chains

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As China struggles to contain the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak that has infected more than 73,000 people worldwide and killed nearly 2,000, marine equipment manufacturers and parts and accessory distributors are bracing for what could well amount to a significant and lasting impact on global supply chains.

As China struggles to contain the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak that has infected more than 73,000 people worldwide and killed nearly 2,000, marine equipment manufacturers and parts and accessory distributors are…

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