Since the US presidential election, one question that’s been on, well, almost nobody’s minds, is what a Joe Biden presidency might mean for the supply chain.

There are many moving parts to the question but the US domestic outlook and America’s international trade must be the biggest concerns.

Donald Trump can’t be blamed for Covid-19, but his handling of the crisis has been disastrous and certain distressing pictures from a Texas foodbank illustrate just how deeply parts of the US have been ...

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