China’s e-commerce giants disrupt global air cargo industry

Online shoppers around the world can’t seem to get enough cheap consumer goods from the China-based platforms Temu and Shein. In fact, the two companies are taking up so much air-cargo space, they’re causing shipping costs to rise and derailing supply chains, as Reuters correspondent Arriana McLymore explains to The World’s host Marco Werman.

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