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Suspension of shipments following mad cow cases threatens $4bn a year trade
Yodel CEO says shoppers are heeding the warnings from retailers and logistics companies to buy in advance
Deaths and hospital admissions remain stubbornly high in Britain as the continent reports record lows
More up-to-date figures show UK recovery has been stronger than feared, giving chancellor room for future tax cuts
Freight costs now at 10 times pre-pandemic levels
Seasonal shortages are a spur to manufacturers to invest in capacity
Failed government attempts to cajole people into having children ignore the bigger picture
An estimated 43,000 people given incorrect negative PCR results, says government health agency
Firm date for return of international visitors will be welcomed by airline and travel industries
Demonstrators take to streets on day mandatory measure for workers is introduced
From Shenzhen to Los Angeles, storms, Covid and labour shortages are causing disruption
Company’s pandemic share price gains are dwarfed by those of its rivals despite its jab’s stunning success
Congressional probe alleges missteps and misconduct in deaths of 600,000 Brazilians during pandemic
Thought the metropolitan property markets were over post-pandemic? Think again
Travel industry welcomes switch to cheaper and faster alternative to PCR checks in time for half term
Panel recommends third jabs for vulnerable people in step towards expanding US rollout of extra doses
Farmers fear 120,000 animals might have to be killed because of a shortage of workers in slaughterhouses
Chair of one of the biggest container port operators cites soaring production and labour costs
Pressure mounts on chancellor to deliver funding for dilapidated facilities following the pandemic
Biden administration announced measures to ease bottlenecks and shortages but problems are deep-seated
Demanding the logistics industry works round the clock won’t ease logjams, buying less stuff would.
Deaths from TB increase for first time in over a decade despite confirmed cases falling
Contrary to popular belief, making life difficult for businesses does not generally improve their performance
But research institutes raise outlook for next year to 4.8% from 3.9%
Government coalition talks take place amid record Covid infections and deaths