Uncertainty in supply chain as US storms close ports

By Davide Ghilotti, Yoke Wong
Published: Monday, 02 October 2017

Rail and sea links are fractured in the US's largest international port, as supply chains of some industrial minerals could be disrupted.

Most of the world watched in horror as images filtered through the news screens of the damage wreaked by Hurricane Harvey and Irma in September. 

As well as the tragic loss of life and the insurmountable damage to civilian homes and buildings, IM also discovered that many ports and railways had...

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