Snarled Supply Chains in Spain Force Manufacturing Closer to Home

Decades of world dependence on Asian textile manufacturing, especially in China, have been disrupted by delays and rising freight costs because of the pandemic. This is forcing some companies in Spain to rethink their production setups, and that means bringing jobs home for the first time in decades. Alfonso Beato in Barcelona filed this report narrated by Jon Spier.


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