Get ready for clogged supply chains when China’s COVID lockdowns end

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China’s strict zero-COVID-19 policy has left workers stuck at home and goods stuck at docks or warehouses. When those measures are lifted, a tidal wave of consumer goods could flood back into American ports, and the burdened supply chain could become congested yet again. We’ll talk about it. Plus: Oil drilling on federal lands provides political drama but little relief, and regulators voice anxiety about stablecoins.

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