Category: supply chain issues

Semiconductor Crunch Becomes a Glut Amid Slowdown in Demand, Hoarding

The semiconductor crunch, which has haunted the electronics and car industry since the start of the pandemic, has now become a glut, as demand for chips slows and companies start to horde chips. The two-year pandemic had caused a severe supply chain shortage of computer chips for manufacturers of computers, smartphones, and cars. In three…


Semiconductor Crunch Becomes a Glut In Some Sectors Amid Slowdown in Demand, Hoarding

The semiconductor crunch, which has haunted the electronics and car industry since the start of the pandemic, has now become a glut in some sectors, as demand for chips slows and companies start to hoard chips. The two-year pandemic had caused a severe supply chain shortage of computer chips for manufacturers of computers, smartphones, and…


Most Firms Expect Inflation to Stay Above 3% Over the Next Two Years: Bank of Canada Survey

More than two-thirds of Canadian firms are expecting inflation to stay above 3 percent over the next two years, says a new survey from the Bank of Canada. Released on April 4, the online survey conducted between March 4 and March 10 asked 152 firms about their expectations for the country’s inflation rate in the coming years….


Large Retailers Cite Increasing Demand For Baby Formula Amid Supply Chain Issues

It’s getting harder to find certain infant formulas at larger retail stores as they struggle to overcome supply chain issues amid an increase in demand. “Product supply challenges are currently impacting most of the retail industry,” CVS Health said in a statement to The Epoch Times. “We’re continuing to work with our national brand baby…


Large Retailers Struggle With Shortages on Some Baby Formulas

It’s getting harder to find certain infant formulas at larger retail stores as they struggle to overcome supply chain issues amid an increase in demand. “Product supply challenges are currently impacting most of the retail industry,” CVS Health said in a statement to The Epoch Times. “We’re continuing to work with our national brand baby…