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The crisis has provided an opportunity for Iran and its proxy in Lebanon, the militant group Hezbollah, to present themselves as intervening where other powers have failed. In recent weeks, Iran has sent fuel by tanker to Syria, where Hezbollah has organized caravans to take it to Lebanon. The whole operation defies US sanctions on …

AAs the holiday shopping season begins to prepare, supply chain experts are advising customers to buy gifts as early as possible due to traffic jams that are hampering the shipping system. The COVID-19 pandemic has created unprecedented grunts in the supply chain, and these jams, characterized by rising shipping costs, clogged ports and insufficient store …

If you feel like some retailers are pushing holiday shopping before you’ve even considered a Halloween costume, that’s because they are. Amazon monday announcement what he called “Black Friday-worthy” deals and a hub to help consumers plan holiday giveaways and events. It follows Target and Walmart by encouraging consumers to buy early when gift-worthy products …

item TAMPA, Florida – Some store shelves may run out of generally common items as businesses and manufacturers struggle to catch up amid backups in supply chains – all caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Global shutdowns have disrupted the flow of goods and many industries are still catching up a year and a half later, …

By Jennifer WhitlockField editor The American Farm Bureau Federation (AFBF) recently sent a letter to U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack offering possible solutions to several supply chain issues that U.S. farmers and ranchers have encountered repeatedly since. the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. The letter was sent to Vilsack ahead of his scheduled report …

through: J. Scott Wilson, Nexstar media wire Posted: Oct 5, 2021 / 9:50 PM CDT / Update: Oct 5, 2021 / 9:50 PM CDT CHICAGO (Nation Now) – Thanks to the disarray in the global supply chain caused by the pandemic, everything from furnace filters to furbies, from light bulbs to Legos, are in danger …

CHICAGO (NewsNation Now) – Thanks to the supply chain chaos caused by the pandemic, everything from Furnace Filters to Furbies, from light bulbs to Legos, may be running out this holiday season. Money and finance expert Matt Sapaula told Adrienne Bankert, host of “Morning in America,” that store owners (even online) all face the same …

Plans are progressing for the new Tractor Supply store on the West Rim. A company spokesperson has confirmed that the Summerdale Plaza Mall store in East Pennsboro Township is scheduled to open later this fall (fall began September 22 and ends December 21). The store is built on the site of the old Kmart store …

The global economy is entering the last quarter of 2021 with a growing number of headwinds threatening to slow the recovery from the pandemic recession and prove that policymakers’ benevolent views on inflation are wrong. The spread of the Delta variant continues to disrupt schools and workplaces. US lawmakers are fighting over the debt ceiling …

Greensburg officials face the reluctance of a former city mayor after he approved the sale of a park last year for $ 16,800 less than the city paid in 1986. Scott Brown, who served as mayor in the 1980s, addressed council members in September, asking them to use US bailout funds to buy back the …