Turkish Airlines weighs in as relief efforts step up and supply chains recover
Turkey’s manufacturing sector could take at least eight months to recover from the damage wrought ...
The horrors of the disaster in the Philippines are still emerging. It appears that access to the affected areas is sill difficult, although the country’s main airports are now open. Here, Transport Intelligence looks at disaster relief and the World Food Programme’s work, and, if you ‘read more’ you’ll find TI’s take on business in the country.
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